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Gorringe's Summer Fine Sale 27th June 2023

Viewing: Friday 23rd June : 9am-5pm Saturday 24th June: 9am-1pm Monday 26th June: 8.30-5pm Day of Sale: 8am-9.30am North Street Lewes BN7 2PE https://www.gorringes.co.uk/ The very first lot in our Summer sale seems somewhat appropriate; an ‘authentic, entertaining and full’ Account of Captain Cook’s Voyages around the World, 1784-1786 (£800-1,200). I hope that this catalogue takes you upon a similar tour of discovery. Let’s kick off in Scotland with lot 2 The Clans of the Scottish Highlands, 1845 (£4,000-6,000), travel past lots 6-10, a remarkable Archive relating to the Millennium Dome and pause in France for a glass of lot 15, Chateau Latour 1990 (£1,000-1,500). Travel in style with lot 25, a Goyard vanity case and suitcase (£2,000-3,000), and stand out from the LV crowd. Pause in Paris for lot 67, haute Art Deco, a Bouraine figural lamp (£1,000-1,500) then back to Blighty for a whopping great Burmantofts jardiniere, lot 85 (£1,000-1,500). Visit China in the Cotswolds with lots 137-164, a collection of porcelain that resided for many years in Chipping Camden, including lot 137 the ’18 luohan’ censer (£4,000-6,000) and whilst enroute check your time with lot 215, a rare Royal Mail Guard’s timepiece from circa 1810 (£600-800). Alternatively head off to the Orient via Portugal with lot 242, a red tortoiseshell table cabinet (£1,500-2,000) and perhaps act the well-read Nabob with lot 254, an unusual campaign bookcase (£700-1,000 – but it’s going to make more..). Otherwise consider heading west with lot 297, Sidney Richard Percy’s ‘Bit of the Atlantic’ (£2,000-3,000) via Ireland with no less than six watercolours by William Percy French, lots 330-335 (£1,000-£3,000) and stop for lunch with lot 457, a French silver travelling cutlery set (£450-550). Finally don’t forget your loved ones. Lots 559, 576 and 594 all fine jewels, made for a sweetheart to ‘forget me not’…

Viewing:

Friday 23rd June : 9am-5pm
Saturday 24th June: 9am-1pm
Monday 26th June: 8.30-5pm
Day of Sale: 8am-9.30am

North Street Lewes BN7 2PE

https://www.gorringes.co.uk/
The very first lot in our Summer sale seems somewhat appropriate; an ‘authentic, entertaining and full’ Account of Captain Cook’s Voyages around the World, 1784-1786 (£800-1,200). I hope that this catalogue takes you upon a similar tour of discovery.

Let’s kick off in Scotland with lot 2 The Clans of the Scottish Highlands, 1845 (£4,000-6,000), travel past lots 6-10, a remarkable Archive relating to the Millennium Dome and pause in France for a glass of lot 15, Chateau Latour 1990 (£1,000-1,500).

Travel in style with lot 25, a Goyard vanity case and suitcase (£2,000-3,000), and stand out from the LV crowd. Pause in Paris for lot 67, haute Art Deco, a Bouraine figural lamp (£1,000-1,500) then back to Blighty for a whopping great Burmantofts jardiniere, lot 85 (£1,000-1,500).

Visit China in the Cotswolds with lots 137-164, a collection of porcelain that resided for many years in Chipping Camden, including lot 137 the ’18 luohan’ censer (£4,000-6,000) and whilst enroute check your time with lot 215, a rare Royal Mail Guard’s timepiece from circa 1810 (£600-800).

Alternatively head off to the Orient via Portugal with lot 242, a red tortoiseshell table cabinet (£1,500-2,000) and perhaps act the well-read Nabob with lot 254, an unusual campaign bookcase (£700-1,000 – but it’s going to make more..).

Otherwise consider heading west with lot 297, Sidney Richard Percy’s ‘Bit of the Atlantic’ (£2,000-3,000) via Ireland with no less than six watercolours by William Percy French, lots 330-335 (£1,000-£3,000) and stop for lunch with lot 457, a French silver travelling cutlery set (£450-550).

Finally don’t forget your loved ones. Lots 559, 576 and 594 all fine jewels, made for a sweetheart to ‘forget me not’…

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Gorringe’s<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> <strong>Fine</strong> <strong>Sale</strong><br />

<strong>27th</strong> <strong>June</strong> <strong>2023</strong>


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SUMMER SALE<br />

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

Saturday 24th <strong>June</strong> 9.00-1.00<br />

Monday 26th <strong>June</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 213<br />

Back cover: Lot 388 (detail)<br />

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

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

Gorringes is a trading name of Gorringes LLP


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SALE NOTICES<br />

SALE SYMBOLS<br />

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

† VAT on the hammer price<br />

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

BIDDING<br />

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

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

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

TELEPHONE BIDDING<br />

Telephone bids must be received no later than close of business on the 26th of <strong>June</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 5th of July 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>27th</strong> <strong>June</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 - 68<br />

69 - 92<br />

93 - 213<br />

214 - 222<br />

223 - 261<br />

Tuesday <strong>27th</strong> <strong>June</strong> at 1.00pm<br />

Paintings and Prints<br />

Silver - 2.30pm approx<br />

262 - 434<br />

435 - 515<br />

Medals, Watches &<br />

Jewellery - 3.15pm<br />

516 - 667<br />

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Miscellanea, Bronzes & Indian<br />

Works of Art<br />

Lots 1 - 68<br />

46<br />

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1<br />

2<br />

4<br />

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Lot 1<br />

° Cook, James - Anderson, George William.<br />

A New, Authentic, and Complete Collection<br />

of Voyages Round the World, undertaken and<br />

performed by Royal Authority. Containing an<br />

authentic, entertaining, full and complete history of<br />

Captain Cook’s first, second, third and last voyages.<br />

London 1784-86, 112 plates and 39 maps, one<br />

folding<br />

Lot 2<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

° Logan, James (1794-1872) - The Clans of the<br />

Scottish Highlands, illustrated by appropriate<br />

figures displaying their Dress, Tartans, Arms,<br />

Armorial Insignia, and Social Occupations, 2<br />

vols, folio, gilt morocco, with 72 chromolithographic<br />

plates from original sketches by Robert Ronald<br />

McIan (1803-1856), dedication leaf printed in gilt, list<br />

of subscribers, 1st edition in book form, (originally<br />

published in 24 parts), Ackermann & Co., London,<br />

1845-47, together with the booksellers catalogue<br />

of William Brown of Edinburgh, number 290, dated<br />

1936, wherein this work? (14a) is priced at £35, and<br />

two typescript letters, from R.F. MacArthur, to his<br />

cousin, discussing Scottish clans<br />

Lot 3<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

A Victorian silver, parcel gilt and ebony mounted<br />

velvet illuminated album, presented to the Right<br />

Honourable Lord Northwick in 1855, the silver<br />

mounted cover by Smith, Wilkinson & Co., London<br />

1855, set with four silver gilt portrait busts of the<br />

artists Cimabue, Raphael, Michelangelo and B.<br />

Cellini and various motifs emblematic of the arts,<br />

containing two illuminated pages referencing the<br />

gift of the album to the Right Honourable Lord<br />

Northwick from the inhabitants of Cheltenham 1856<br />

and the last inscribed page with a list of those on<br />

the committee, the pages between signed in ink by<br />

the great and the good of Cheltenham of the time in<br />

thanks for opening his art collection at Thirlestaine<br />

House to the public.<br />

Lord Northwick bought and extended Thirlestaine<br />

House in 1838 with the addition of an extra wing<br />

to house his renowned art collection. His whole<br />

collection, including pictures still at Northwick, was<br />

sold on his death, intestate and childless, in 1859.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 4<br />

An ornate Victorian boxed presentation<br />

photograph album, presented to Mr & Mrs Thomas<br />

Murray, on their departure from ‘The Oxford’ Kentish<br />

Town Road when moving to The Uplands, East<br />

Dulwich, with 1895 presentation inscription and<br />

including a photograph of The Oxford Tavern, the<br />

brown morocco bound album with ormolu mounts<br />

decorated with enamelled plaques and cut and<br />

steel flowerheads, housed in a marquetry and<br />

ivorine inlaid mahogany casket, in addition with a<br />

membership certification for Thomas Murray dated<br />

1901 on admittance to The Society of Licensed<br />

Victuallers, casket 44cm wide, 37cm deep, 15cm<br />

high<br />

Lot 5<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A mid 19th album of lithographs and prints,<br />

mainly Alpine views, including eleven plates<br />

from ‘’La Suisse et La Savoie’’ after photographs<br />

by Frederick Martens, lithographed by Eugene<br />

Ciceri, 42 x 33cms; 4 etchings by Bartolomeo<br />

Pinelli, dated 1820/21, 41.5 x 33cms; a coloured<br />

lithograph ‘’Panorama de la Chute de Rhin,<br />

13.5 x 41cms; a French passport granted to Mr.<br />

Henry Newman, dated 17th July, 1845; numerous<br />

engraved and photographic views in Italy and<br />

France, some leaves loose, together with a special<br />

issue of The Morning Sun, 4pp, the centre spread a<br />

‘’Railway Map of Great Britain’’<br />

5<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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Lots 6-11<br />

Provenance - the archive of the former Design & Development Director for the New Millennium<br />

Experience Company, c.1999-2000. He was responsible for commissioning artists, medallists and<br />

product designers for Dome merchandise.<br />

Lot 6<br />

Wendy Ramshaw OBE (1939-2018) for NMEC,<br />

a rare prototype Millennium Dome VVIP medal,<br />

a prototype VIP Dome medal, a prototype<br />

crew Dome medal and packaging, the first a<br />

prototype VVIP Dome medal presented in a grey<br />

resin case, made of layers of stainless steel,<br />

nanocrystalline diamond-coated steel bisected<br />

by a gold ‘meridian line’ rod, made by Ramshaw,<br />

72mm, there are believed to be less than ten VVIP<br />

medals in existence, a prototype steel and gilded<br />

metal medal, 72mm, a NMEC crew steel prototype<br />

with inscriptions, 72mm, spare various prototype<br />

packaging, together with printed correspondence<br />

from Wendy Ramshaw and one finished NMEC<br />

crew medal in cardboard packaging.<br />

6<br />

An example of the medal with nanocrystalline<br />

diamond-coated steel bisected by a gold ‘meridian<br />

line’ rod is in the Science Museum.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 7<br />

Jacqueline Stieger (b.1936) for the Royal Mint,<br />

a unique Millennium Dome medal oversize<br />

wax relief and a group of Dome medal and<br />

Timekeeper opening sequence concept<br />

sketches, the blue wax relief used in medal<br />

production by the Royal Mint for reduction on a dieengraving<br />

pantograph, 19cm diameter<br />

£500 - 800<br />

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Lot 8<br />

Wendy Ramshaw OBE (1939-<br />

2018) for NMEC, a rare prototype<br />

Millennium Dome VVIP medal and<br />

two prototype crew medals and<br />

packaging, the first a prototype VVIP<br />

medal presented in a cream resin<br />

case, made of layers of stainless<br />

steel, nanocrystalline diamond-coated<br />

steel bisected by a gold ‘meridian<br />

line’ rod, made by Ramshaw, 72mm,<br />

there are believed to be less than ten<br />

VVIP medals in existence, two NMEC<br />

crew steel prototypes with and without<br />

inscriptions, 72mm, various cardboard<br />

prototype packaging, together with<br />

printed correspondence from Wendy<br />

Ramshaw and one finished NMEC crew<br />

medal in cardboard packaging.<br />

8<br />

Lot 9<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Two prototype diecast Millennium<br />

Dome models, other prototype<br />

Millennium Dome resin models and<br />

two unique Millennium Experience<br />

figures for pin development,<br />

designed by Mark Reddy, one plaster<br />

cast from clay, the oversize ‘pin’<br />

figures used to pantograph from for pin<br />

tooling, together with a group of pin<br />

prototype packaging<br />

Lot 10<br />

£250 - 350<br />

Jacqueline Stieger (b.1936) for<br />

Royal Mint, two prototype silver-gilt<br />

(Millennium) Dome medals, and a<br />

similar first strike silver medal, the<br />

62mm silver-gilt medals never went into<br />

full production and one of the few extant<br />

examples was gifted to the British<br />

Museum Coins and Medals department,<br />

Registration number 2003,1208.3.<br />

The 62mm silver medal and one<br />

of the silver-gilt medals stamped<br />

‘SPECIMEN’, The silver version of this<br />

medal was made in a limited edition<br />

of 200, together with smaller medals<br />

of the same design, various prototype<br />

packaging<br />

£600 - 800<br />

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Lot 11<br />

A 17th century triptych case, oil on wood, Icon<br />

depicting the life of Christ, with a Saint receiving<br />

stigmata on one of the two doors, 11.5cm wide,<br />

18.75cm high, when opened out 33.5cm wide<br />

Lot 12<br />

13<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A 17th century stumpwork panel depicting a<br />

mother and children in a garden, embroidered<br />

with stumpwork and metal thread with the central<br />

figures surrounded by fruiting trees, flowers, a<br />

palace, a parrot, a kingfisher, insects, a lion, a<br />

leopard and a pool containing a fish, 29cm x<br />

39.5cm, label verso stating that the panel was<br />

worked by a Miss Solis, a relative of the late<br />

Rebecca Grove.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 13<br />

A fine and rare Frederick Edmund Winkler<br />

bisque doll, in original box, German, circa 1894-<br />

1899, the Bähr and Pröschild head impressed<br />

320-14 dep, with open mouth and moulded upper<br />

teeth, weighted blue glass eyes, pierced ears,<br />

blonde mohair wig, with unusual jointed wood and<br />

composition body, probably by Adolf Wislizenus, in<br />

all original cream pleated dress with rose pink velvet<br />

lace edged collar and matching bonnet trimmed with<br />

lace, the original box labelled 1/12dz 1501-4 VC<br />

Bébé articulé et incassable D.R.G.M. 27589 Made in<br />

Germany, 24in.<br />

Lot 14<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A rare J. D. Kestner bisque character doll, with<br />

three interchangeable character heads, German,<br />

circa 1910, two heads of girls and two of boys, the<br />

boys with brown / blue eyes and blonde hair, the<br />

girls, one with sleepy eyes and long blondish hair,<br />

the other with painted brown eyes and brown hair<br />

in plaited buns, overall 28cm high, retaining original<br />

instructions of how to change heads and the original<br />

box<br />

14<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

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Lot 15<br />

Two bottles of 75cl Grand Vin de Chateau Latour<br />

Premier Grand Cru Classé Pauillac, 1990<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 16<br />

A bottle of 75cl Grand Vin de Chateau Latour<br />

1983 and another for 1995<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 17<br />

An early Jaques Staunton pattern lead weighted boxwood and ebony chess set, c.1850, white king<br />

stamped ‘Jacques, London’, with original Carton Pierre box, yellow label to base, numbered 2563, Kings<br />

10cm (4in.)<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

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Lot 18<br />

Attributed to Jacques Laudin II (1663-1729).<br />

A Limoges enamel circular plaque, late 17th/<br />

early 18th century, painted with the figure of Saint<br />

Gregory at Mass, the reverse inscribed in gilt script<br />

‘Laudin au fauxbourgs / De Manigne / a Limoges’,<br />

8.2cm diameter, Georgian wood frame<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 19<br />

A James I enamelled brass garter stall plate,<br />

dated 1603 with the arms of Esmé Stewart, 3rd<br />

Duke of Lennox (1579-1624), enamelled and<br />

gilded with the Arms of Esmé Stewart, 3rd Duke of<br />

Lennox: Quarterly of 4, 1&4: Arms awarded in 1427<br />

by King Charles VII of France to Sir John Stewart<br />

of Darnley, 1st Seigneur d’Aubigny, 1st Seigneur de<br />

Concressault and 1st Comte d’Évreux, Constable of<br />

the Scottish Army in France: Royal arms of France<br />

within a bordure of Bonkyll, for the arms of the de<br />

Bonkyll family of Bonkyll Castle in Scotland (whose<br />

canting arms were three buckles), ancestors of<br />

Stewart of Darnley; 2&3: Stewart of Darnley: Arms<br />

of Stewart, Hereditary High Steward of Scotland,<br />

a bordure engrailed gules for difference; overall<br />

an inescutcheon of Lennox, Earl of Lennox, the<br />

heiress of whom was the wife of Sir John Stewart of<br />

Darnley, inscribed in Old French, 19 x 12.7cm<br />

Lot 20<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Three framed sets of simulated plaster classical<br />

gems, all depicting named Roman Emperors,<br />

largest overall 30 x 30cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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22<br />

23<br />

Lot 21<br />

An early 20th century Royal Presentation<br />

midshipman’s dirk, with blade inscribed ‘Presented<br />

by HM King Edward VIII to Chief Cadet Captain Leo<br />

John Tillie <strong>27th</strong> July 1936’, the blade with Edward<br />

VIII cypher and signed by Gieves, hilt with sharkskin<br />

grip and silver coat of arms applied to the<br />

scabbard, scabbard 60cm long, without scabbard<br />

59.5cm long<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 22<br />

A Polynesian tribal Povai pole war club, Tonga,<br />

19th century, of tapering cylindrical form, incised<br />

with bands of geometric motifs, 100cm long, 5cm<br />

largest diameter<br />

Lot 23<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A 19th century Persian Kulah Khud, with spike<br />

finial and silvered decoration including an inscription<br />

running around the rim, adjustable nose guard and<br />

chain mail hangings, overall 60cm high, on ebonised<br />

stand including a section of human skull<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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Lot 24<br />

An early typewriter, The<br />

Caligraph No.1 manufactured by<br />

The American Writing Machine<br />

Co. of New York, with original<br />

decal to the palm rest, wood base<br />

with japanned steel cover, 33.5cm<br />

wide, 43cm deep, 32cm high<br />

Lot 25<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A 1940’s Goyard vanity case<br />

with matching suitcase, each<br />

with tan leather mounts, the vanity<br />

case with internal tray and golden<br />

fabric pockets, the suitcase with<br />

matching original golden fabric<br />

lining, vanity case 37cm wide,<br />

23cm deep, 23cm high; suitcase<br />

59cm wide, 21cm deep, 50cm high<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

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27<br />

28<br />

Lot 26<br />

An 18th century violin, labelled ‘New Back by<br />

James Carroll, Maker, Manchester 1899’, with<br />

slight curl to the back sides and neck, golden to red<br />

varnish, incised purfling to the one piece back and<br />

penwork purfling to the front, length of back 36.5cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 28<br />

An Italian violin, 2nd half 19th century, with<br />

medium colour to the two-piece back sides and<br />

neck, remnants of paper label to interior but illegible,<br />

golden varnish, grubby to the front length of back,<br />

35.5cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 27<br />

A 19th century French single back violin, the<br />

single piece back, sides and back with medium<br />

curl and golden varnish, interior stamp in black<br />

‘BRETON BREVETE DE S.A.R.M, together with a<br />

bow and case length of back 36.2cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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Lot 29<br />

A Fender Stratocaster Custom by Peter Benjamin,<br />

Tunbridge Ware Workshop, GB. 2003, original custom<br />

body with later shell inlaid embellishments, shellac gloss<br />

finish<br />

Lot 30<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A Fender Percussion base guitar, serial no. S876632,<br />

made in USA, with pierced fret cut embellishments to pick<br />

guard on a red stained colourway, c.1977<br />

£1,800 - 2,000<br />

30<br />

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Lot 31<br />

An 18th century French carved white marble relief plaque,<br />

depicting a classical maiden holding a floral wreath above a<br />

burning heart, attended by cherubs, bearing incised signature<br />

Falconet and dated, 43cm wide, 57cm high<br />

Lot 32<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A carved white marble bust of a gentleman, second quarter<br />

19th century, on a turned socle, 30cm wide, 54cm high<br />

Lot 33<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Manner of Luigi Bienaimé (Italian, 1795-1878). An Italian<br />

carved white marble figure of a youth wearing a toga, with<br />

head turned to one side, 59cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

33<br />

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Lot 34<br />

A 19th century Louis XIV style red boulle<br />

inkstand, with loop handle, two brass wells<br />

and base drawer with original key, 25cm wide,<br />

18cm deep, 13cm high<br />

Lot 35<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Hispano Moresque carved marble panel,<br />

of arched form with roundel and stylised foliate<br />

motifs, housed in a pine frame, 127 x 84.5cm<br />

without frame<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

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Lot 36<br />

A set of five Persian fritware tiles,<br />

Qajar dynasty, 19th century, each<br />

decorated in turquoise, blue and<br />

black glazes with flowers in shaped<br />

cartouches with flowers to the corner<br />

spandrels, each 21cm square<br />

Lot 37<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Two large Persian fritware<br />

polychrome ’portrait’ tiles, Qajar<br />

dynasty, 19th century, moulded in<br />

relief and painted in colours with a<br />

seated ruler and a kneeling subject,<br />

within star-shaped cartouches on a<br />

blue ground moulded with scrolling<br />

foliage, each approximately 51.5cm x<br />

35cm, some faults<br />

£500 - 700<br />

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Lot 38<br />

A Damascus pottery tile, Syria,<br />

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

decorated in cobalt blue, light blue<br />

and green with black outlines on a<br />

white ground with a design consisting<br />

of entwining palmettes, arabesques<br />

within lobed medallions and stylised<br />

lotus blossoms, approximately 26cm<br />

square, later wood frame, glaze<br />

chips<br />

cf. A. Millner, Damascus Tiles:<br />

Mamluk and Ottoman architectural<br />

ceramics from Syria, London, 2015.<br />

£500 - 700<br />

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Lot 39<br />

An unusual Elkington & Co. champlevé enamel<br />

chinoiserie dish and cover, c.1875, model no. 344, the<br />

domed cover decorated with lotus flowers and scrolling<br />

tendrils, on a turquoise ground, surmounted by a silver<br />

plated finial modelled as a seated Chinese boy, the base<br />

with enamelled borders, stamped ‘PUBD. BY ELKINGTON<br />

344’, 18cm diameter<br />

Lot 40<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A pair of Empire Revival ormolu table lamps, modelled<br />

as urns raised upon eagle monopodia, overall 91cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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Lot 41<br />

Antoine-Louis Barye (1795-<br />

1875). An animalier bronze model<br />

‘Elephant du Senegal’, signed in the<br />

bronze with Barbedienne stamp verso,<br />

20cm wide, 12.5cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

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Lot 46<br />

After Alfred Boucher (French, 1850-<br />

1934). A large bronze group of three<br />

runners at the finishing line, ‘Au But’,<br />

on integral oval base and perspex plinth,<br />

signed in the bronze, 128cm long, 78cm<br />

deep, 111cm high<br />

£500 - 800<br />

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Lot 42<br />

Marius-Jean-Antonin Mercié (French, 1845-1916). A<br />

bronze figure of Napoleon déchu, standing wearing a<br />

greatcoat, a fallen eagle at his feet, signed in the bronze,<br />

with stamp for Siot of Paris along with number 1888, 50cm<br />

high<br />

Lot 43<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Mathurin Moreau (French, 1822-1912). A pair of bronze<br />

busts of Queen Elizabeth I and Marie de Medici, raised<br />

on ormolu mounted red marble plinths, 50cm and 48cm<br />

high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 44<br />

Paul Dubois (French, 1829-1905). A pair of<br />

bronze figures of a Medieval maiden and a<br />

troubadour, signed in the bronze, on black marble<br />

plinths, 34cm high<br />

Lot 45<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

After Auguste Moreau (French, 1834-1917). A<br />

pair of 19th century bronze figures representing<br />

Pallas Athena/ Minerva and Ares/ Mars, each<br />

standing in armour and holding shields, she in<br />

addition a staff, on stepped scrolled bases, 11cm<br />

wide, 11cm deep, 29cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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Lot 47<br />

Lissa Borkowski (b.1949). A bronze model of a<br />

recumbent foal, signed to underside and numbered<br />

1/.7, 54cm long, 28cm deep, 22cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 48<br />

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

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

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

£500 - 700<br />

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Lot 49<br />

Sidney Beck (SA, b.1936). A limited edition bronze figure<br />

of a ballerina tying her shoe, signed in the bronze and<br />

numbered 1/3, 17cm wide, 36cm high<br />

£500 - 700<br />

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Lot 50<br />

An Ivor Novello award presented to Laurel Music Co<br />

in recognition of ‘March of the Mods’, 1965, the bronze<br />

statuette engraved Ivor Novello Award BASCA, on base<br />

with plaque reading Laurel Music Co Ltd/”March of the<br />

Mods”/1965, 28.5cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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Lot 51<br />

Ugo Cipriani (1887-1960). An Art Deco<br />

bronzed spelter figure of a fisherman hauling<br />

a net from the sea, on integral plinth, signed in<br />

the metal, 69cm wide, 18cm deep, 39cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 52<br />

Alexandre Kelety (French/Hungarian, 1874-<br />

1940). A bronze ‘Buste de Jean Mermoz à<br />

l’écharpe’, with foundry stamp, numbered 180, on<br />

black marble plinth, signed in the bronze, 53cm<br />

wide, 36cm high<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

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Lot 53<br />

Robert Delandre (French 1879-1961). An Art Deco<br />

bronze commemorative plaque ‘Le Salut du<br />

Vainqueur’, on variegated green marble plinth, signed in<br />

the bronze, 43.5cm wide, 10cm deep, 41cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 54<br />

Lucien Charles Edouard Alliot, (French, 1877-<br />

1967). An Art Deco bronze figure of a kneeling<br />

maiden, on ebonised oak plinth, signed in the<br />

bronze, 33cm wide, 14cm deep, 39cm high<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 55<br />

Alexandre Kelety (French/Hungarian, 1874-<br />

1940). A French Art Deco bronze group of<br />

two tillermen, on black marble plinth, signed<br />

in the bronze, 47cm long, 17cm deep, 23cm<br />

high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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Lot 56<br />

Salvatore Melani (Italian, 1902-1934).<br />

An Art Deco bronze figure of a female<br />

archer, kneeling upon a marble plinth,<br />

signed in the bronze, 57cm wide, 17cm<br />

deep, 38cm high<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 57<br />

Jules Edmund Masson (French, 1871-1932). A<br />

French Art Deco bronze group of two hounds,<br />

on naturalistic plinth, with inset plaque to the<br />

reverse, 58cm wide, 21cm deep, 53cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

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Lot 58<br />

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

figure of a bathing beauty, kneeling with a<br />

seashell held to her ear, on stepped marble plinth,<br />

58cm wide, 15cm deep, 53cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 59<br />

Robert Bousquet (French 1894-1817). An<br />

Art Deco bronze and marble group of a tiger<br />

fighting a serpent, on naturalistic oval base,<br />

signed, 44cm wide, 20cm deep, 33cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 60<br />

Georgij Dmitrievic Lavroff (Russian, 1895-<br />

1991). An Art Deco bronze group of two<br />

antelope, on black marble plinth, signed in<br />

the bronze with Marcel Guillemard stamp and<br />

numbered 131, 73cm wide, 14cm deep, 42cm<br />

high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

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Lot 61<br />

Armand Godard (1824-1887). A French Art Deco<br />

bronze group of a seated maiden with a borzoi<br />

upon a leash, on stepped black marble plinth, 78cm<br />

long, 12.5cm deep, 36cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 63<br />

Lorino. An Art Deco bronze model of a golden<br />

pheasant, standing upon a black marble plinth, signed in<br />

the bronze, 77cm long, 17cm deep, 33cm high<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Lot 66<br />

Emile Carlier (1849-1927). A<br />

French Art Deco bronze and<br />

marble group of a toga dancer<br />

with a kid, on signed plinth,<br />

71cm wide, 46cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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Lot 64<br />

A Liberty & Co Tudric pewter and abalone inlaid mantel<br />

timepiece, the dial with inscription instead of numerals ‘Take your<br />

time’, no.0252, with British United Co Clock movement, 11.25cm<br />

wide, 8cm deep,16cm high<br />

Lot 65<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Alfredo Biagini (Italian, 1886-1952). A bronze model of a<br />

reclining panther, on integral signed plinth, 63cm long, 24cm<br />

deep, 24cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 62<br />

Georges Gori (French, 1894-1944). An Art Deco<br />

silvered bronze, spelter and composition group<br />

of an elegant lady and two borzoi, standing upon<br />

a stepped marble plinth, signed on the base, 80cm<br />

wide, 20cm deep, 51cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

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Lot 67<br />

After Marcel Andre Bouraine (French, 1886<br />

-1948). A French Art Deco bronze and ivory<br />

figural lamp, the female dancer standing holding<br />

two lanterns upon an arched variegated marble<br />

plinth, signed on the plinth, 16cm wide, 15cm deep,<br />

59cm high. Ivory submission reference: BSYWG376<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 68<br />

Johan Jussi Rickhard Mäntynen (Finnish, 1888-<br />

1978). A bronze model of a lynx, signed and dated<br />

1930 in the bronze, 29cm long, 22cm high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

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Decorative Arts,<br />

Ceramics & Glass<br />

Lots 69 - 92<br />

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Lot 69<br />

A Wedgwood ‘The<br />

Boat Race’ bowl,<br />

designed by Eric<br />

Ravilious, limited<br />

edition issued in 1975<br />

from the original 1938<br />

design, numbered<br />

142 of 200, 31cm<br />

diameter, complete<br />

with certificate and<br />

original box<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 70<br />

Henri Désiré Grisard (1872 - active until<br />

1940). A signed bisque model of a seated<br />

nude by flowers, 1920s, impressed mark<br />

Paris, 24.8cm long<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 71<br />

Rene Lalique, a Perruches<br />

pattern opalescent glass<br />

bowl, with blue staining to<br />

the upper band, etched mark<br />

R. LALIQUE FRANCE, 25cm<br />

diameter<br />

£1,800 - 2,200<br />

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Lot 73<br />

Stefan Dakon for Goldscheider, an Art Deco<br />

pottery figure ‘Tambourine Dancer’, c.1935, with<br />

maroon, black and silver-grey costume, with printed<br />

maker’s marks and ‘Dakon’ signature, impressed<br />

model no. ‘6753 / 102 / 4’, 36.5cm high<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 74<br />

Stefan Dakon for Goldscheider, an Art Deco<br />

pottery figure ‘Blonde Dream’ (Lillian Harvey),<br />

c.1933, wearing a maroon, black and silver-grey<br />

dress, printed maker’s mark and ‘Dakon’ signature,<br />

impressed model no. ‘6551 / 427 / 10’, 39cm high,<br />

minor damage<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 72<br />

A set of eight R. Lalique Dampierre pattern bowls, model no. 3136, designed 1932, each moulded with<br />

a blue stained band of birds around the base, etched mark, 12.1cm diameter, one bowl with tiny rim chip<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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Lot 75<br />

Marcel Renard (1892-1974) for<br />

Andre Fau, Boulogne pottery,<br />

a large Art Deco earthenware<br />

group of mother and daughter,<br />

impressed marks, 45cm long, 50cm<br />

high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 76<br />

A Pilkingtons Royal Lancastrian<br />

copper lustre bottle vase, by Gordon<br />

M. Forsyth, decorated with copper<br />

lustre vines and leaves on a blue<br />

ground, 16.5cm high<br />

Lot 77<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A Meissen figure of Erato playing a hurdy-gurdy, Marcolini period, late 18th/early 19th century,<br />

reclining on rocks whilst playing the hurdy-gurdy, inscribed to one side ‘Erato H’, underglaze blue crossed<br />

swords and asterisk mark, the figure designed to slot together with other sections to form a centrepiece,<br />

18.5cm long, 17.5cm high, some restoration<br />

Lot 78<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A Meissen group of grape pickers with barrels of wine, 19th century, modelled on a rockwork and tree<br />

stump circular base, incised model number C65, blue crossed swords mark, 21cm high, chips to hats<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 79<br />

A Meissen group of a boy and a girl with a piccolo, 19th century, the oval base modelled with two tree<br />

stumps, incised model number A.25, blue crossed swords mark, 14.5cm high, small losses<br />

Lot 80<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Two Meissen figures of a girl holding a doll and another with a toy sheep, 19th century, each wearing<br />

elaborate dresses and hats, on rococo scroll work bases, incised model numbers C79 and C90, blue<br />

crossed swords marks, 13.8 and 14.7cm high, tiny losses<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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Lot 81<br />

A pair of Meissen figures of a recumbent lion and<br />

lioness, 19th century, after the models by J.J. Kandler,<br />

incised model numbers 197 and 2876, blue crossed<br />

swords marks, 21cm long, 14 and 13.5cm high, restoration<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 82<br />

A pair of large Meissen models of swans, 19th century, each<br />

outside decorated, incised model numbers 1039 and 1046, the<br />

former with incised cancellation line to the blue crossed swords<br />

mark, 32cm high, 23cm long, one neck restored<br />

Lot 83<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A large scarce Meissen figure of the muse Terpsichore, 19th<br />

century, incised model number M156, underglaze blue crossed<br />

swords mark, 51cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

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Lot 84<br />

A KPM Berlin porcelain<br />

plaque of the Penitent<br />

Magdalene, after Pietro<br />

Rotari, late 19th century, in<br />

an elaborate neo-classical<br />

gilt and composition<br />

frame, retailer’s label for<br />

Wandenberg, Rue Nve. St.<br />

Augustine 42. Paris, plaque<br />

13.5 x 10cm, frame 34cm x<br />

27cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 85<br />

An impressive Burmantofts turquoise<br />

glazed faience ‘giant shell’ jardiniere and<br />

stand, c.1900, the jardiniere modelled as a<br />

giant shell above rocks, seaweed and shells,<br />

the pedestal modelled as a mooring post with<br />

rings and rope encrusted with seaweed and<br />

shells, impressed mark ‘Burmantofts Faience<br />

England 1127’ total height 154cm, jardiniere<br />

85cm across, small glaze losses and some<br />

weathering<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

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Lot 86<br />

A Worcester ‘Honeysuckle’ pattern part tea and coffee set, c.1755-60, painted in colours with<br />

honeysuckle and other flowers, the saucers also with ribbon tied scrolls, comprising two coffee cups, two<br />

tea bowls, four saucers and a sparrow beak cream jug, 8cm high slight faults<br />

Lot 87<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

A Worcester scale blue<br />

small tureen, cover and<br />

stand c.1775, typically<br />

painted with floral reserves<br />

in gilt cartouches on a<br />

scale blue ground, applied<br />

with naturalistic flowering<br />

branches, the bases with blue<br />

square fretted seal marks,<br />

20.5cm across, minor losses<br />

Lot 88<br />

A pair of large Derby<br />

porcelain and ormolu<br />

mounted ‘Juno and Jupiter’<br />

figural candelabra, the<br />

figures c.1760, each figure<br />

modelled riding a chariot, on<br />

a cloud shaped base, both<br />

with late 19th century ormolu<br />

rococo revival candelabra<br />

mounts, total height 39 and<br />

41cm, losses and restoration<br />

Provenance: Viscountess<br />

Astor of Cliveden<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Provenance - purchased<br />

from Winifred Williams,<br />

Eastbourne/London before<br />

1970.<br />

£500 - 800<br />

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Lot 89<br />

A pair of large Derby porcelain<br />

figures of Minerva and Mars,<br />

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

yellow and sage or lime green<br />

enamels, patch marks, on rococo<br />

scrollwork bases, 33cm and 34.5cm<br />

high, restorations<br />

Provenance - purchased from<br />

Winifred Williams, Eastbourne/<br />

London before 1970.<br />

£250 - 350<br />

Lot 90<br />

A Dutch engraved glass goblet, 18th<br />

century, wheel engraved with the figure<br />

of a man looking out towards a ship<br />

at sea, inscribed ‘o wonder wonder en<br />

nogh ee ns wonder t schip is vol gaeten<br />

en sinkt niet onder’ (o miracle miracle<br />

and another miracle the ship is full of<br />

holes and does not sink), on a multi<br />

knop faceted stem and domed foot,<br />

22cm high, with corresponding 1990<br />

Sotheby’s, Sussex catalogue<br />

£600 - 800<br />

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Lot 91<br />

A Royal Worcester reticulated miniature cabinet<br />

cup and saucer, late 19th century, each piece<br />

decorated with a crane and a butterfly, honeycomb<br />

pierced bands and jewelled pink ground borders, the<br />

cup with green printed mark and date code for 1878,<br />

the saucer with puce printed mark and date code for<br />

1889, saucer 10.4cm diameter<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 92<br />

An extensive Chamberlains Worcester Imari pattern dinner service, c.1815-20, comprising thirty two<br />

dinner plates, 25cm, seven soup plates, 25cm, six side plates, 18.5 cm, a pair of sauce tureens and covers,<br />

17cm wide, three vegetable tureens and covers, 27.5cm wide, a square salad bowl, 25cm wide seven<br />

graduated oblong meat dishes, ranging from 25.5cm - 53cm, the majority of items with ‘Chamberlain’s<br />

Regent China, Worcester’ mark, together with nine English bone china side plates in a matching design,<br />

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

£800 - 1,200<br />

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Asian Works of<br />

Art<br />

Lots 93-213<br />

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Lot 93<br />

A good Japanese tsuishu (carved red lacquer) four case inro, by Yosei,<br />

and a similar manju netsuke, 19th century, carved in high relief with<br />

immortals in a garden, the reverse with ladies playing Go beneath a pine<br />

tree, on a brocaded ground, with tsuishu and tsuio (red and yellow lacquer)<br />

scrollwork borders and a seal script signature ‘Yosei saku’ to one end, black<br />

lacquer interior, 8.8cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 94<br />

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

Meiji period, painted with bijin in landscapes and<br />

peacocks amid flowers brocade pattern borders,<br />

three character mark to base ‘Kutani zo’, 61.5cm<br />

high, one neck restored<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 95<br />

A Japanese Satsuma pottery teaset, signed Tashiro, early 20th century, each piece decorated with<br />

birds or insects amid flowers and foliage, comprising a teapot and cover, a two handle sugar bowl and<br />

cover, a milk jug, six tea cups and six saucers, six 19cm diameter side plates and four 22.5cm diameter<br />

side dishes<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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Lot 96<br />

A large Japanese gilt and red lacquered bronze<br />

‘shi-shi’ koro and cover, Edo period, boldly<br />

modelled with two shi-shi playing, the figure to the<br />

back’s head removes to reveal the cavity of the<br />

vessel, unmarked, 24cm high, 25cm long<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 97<br />

A Japanese lacquer ‘eagle and waterfall’ casket, Meiji<br />

period, the cover decorated with an eagle hovering above a<br />

waterfall, the reverse with five minogame, the sides with rocks<br />

and waves, the interior with nashiji ground and fitted tray,<br />

40.5cm x 34cm, with inscribed fitted outer box<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 98<br />

A Japanese boxwood okimono of Gama Sennin<br />

and two toads, 19th century, the crisply carved<br />

figure holding a book, with a gourd suspended from<br />

a cord over his right shoulder, incised three character<br />

signature to base, 16.5cm high, age crack to base<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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Lot 99<br />

A Chinese famille rose petal lobed teapot,<br />

Yongzheng period, painted with panels of pinkish<br />

red and yellow flowers, 15cm across, 11cm high,<br />

minor faults<br />

£350 - 450<br />

Lot 100<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘mythical beasts’<br />

jardiniere, Kangxi period, the moulded rim above<br />

an ovoid body, finely painted in vivid shades of<br />

underglaze blue with two scaly mythical beasts, each<br />

standing upon a rock amid crashing waves, one side<br />

with an auspicious ribbon-tied ruyi sceptre emblem,<br />

unglazed ring and circular indentation to base, 22cm<br />

diameter, 18cm high, chip and glaze losses to rim<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 101<br />

A Chinese export famille rose fencai chocolate pot<br />

and cover, Yongzheng period, delicately painted in pale<br />

enamels with two pheasants perched on a tree peony<br />

branch, 21.2cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 102<br />

A Chinese famille rose European erotic subject snuff<br />

box and cover, Qianlong period, the flat circular cover<br />

painted with an erotic portrait of a lady in a landscape, the<br />

base painted with landscape vignettes, 6.6cm diameter, metal<br />

mounts lacking, crazed glaze to base<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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Lot 103<br />

A Chinese famille verte tea caddy, Kangxi<br />

period, of canted rectangular form, painted<br />

with four immortals riding on sea creatures<br />

above waves, interspersed with ribbon tied<br />

auspicious objects, unglazed base, 10.2cm<br />

high<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 104<br />

A Chinese famille verte compartmented spice box and<br />

a hinged mustard pot and cover, both Kangxi period,<br />

the canted rectangular spice box with human mask handles<br />

to each end, painted with insects amid foliage and flowers,<br />

12.7cm across, the cylindrical mustard pot and cover with<br />

European silver hinge with thumb rest, painted with lingzhi<br />

fungus and foliage, 8.5cm high, some damage (2)<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 105<br />

A Chinese famille rose ‘Mandarin’ water bottle<br />

(guglet), Qianlong period, each side painted with<br />

mandarin figures in pavilion gardens and with bird and<br />

foliate reserves on a coral cellular ground, 26cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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Lot 106<br />

A massive Chinese blue and white jar<br />

and cover, Kangxi period, painted with<br />

alternating landscape and floral panels,<br />

with matching domed cover, the neck<br />

with a band of lotus flowers and scrolling<br />

leaves, unglazed base, 59.5cm high, slight<br />

faults<br />

£10,000 - 15,000<br />

Lot 107<br />

A Chinese famille verte small ovoid jar,<br />

Kangxi period, painted with rocks, flowers,<br />

foliage and two butterflies, underglaze blue<br />

double circle to base, 12cm high, some wear<br />

to the iron red enamel<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 108<br />

A Chinese blue and white jug and cover, Qianlong<br />

period, finely painted with a boy riding an ox in a<br />

landscape with pavilion, 24cm high, later metal finial<br />

£500 - 700<br />

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Lot 109<br />

A Chinese famille rose ovoid vase, Yongzheng<br />

period, painted with chrysanthemums, peonies, a<br />

butterfly and lingzhi fungus, 18.5cm high, matching<br />

pierced wood cover wood stand<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 110<br />

A Chinese famille verte ‘Hundred Antiques’ ovoid jar,<br />

Kangxi period, painted with alternating panels of the<br />

Hundred Antiques design and butterflies amid flowers and<br />

rockwork, between floral banded borders,18.5cm high,<br />

star crack<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 111<br />

A pair of Chinese famille verte vases, fanghu,<br />

Kangxi period, the archaistic rectangular<br />

baluster shaped bodies painted with insects<br />

amid lotus, peonies and other flowers, the neck<br />

and base section painted with panels of flowers<br />

divided by raised fins, 35cm high, losses and<br />

restorations<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

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Lot 112<br />

A Chinese Jun imitation flambé-glazed vase,<br />

Yongzheng four character mark and probably<br />

of the period, modelled with a pair of mask ring<br />

handles to the shoulder, the oviform body with four<br />

moulded bands, 15cm high, neck reduced, cracks<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 113<br />

A large Chinese iron red enamelled ‘lotus pond’<br />

dish, Wanli mark and possibly of the period, the<br />

centre and reverse border painted with ducks in a<br />

lotus pond, 30.5cm diameter, two short cracks<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 114<br />

A near pair of Chinese flambé glazed<br />

meiping, 18th century, each mushroom<br />

coloured neck above a purple and violet<br />

streaked copper red crackle glaze,<br />

unglazed base, 15.8cm and 15.5cm high<br />

Provenance - the owner’s mother<br />

collected the two vases before 1970.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

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Lot 116<br />

A Chinese blue and white<br />

‘Zhong Kui’ inscribed<br />

bottle vase, early Kangxi<br />

period, painted with Zhong<br />

Kui holding a sword while<br />

riding a mythical beast,<br />

leading a demon holding<br />

a plum blossom branch,<br />

between rockwork and the<br />

inscription ‘Fú cóng tian jäng<br />

xi yöu qí lái’ (Fortune comes<br />

from heaven, happiness<br />

has no age limit), with four<br />

character mark ‘shi jin tang<br />

zhi’ (Hall of the Splendid<br />

Tapestry of Generations),<br />

22.8cm high, hairline cracks<br />

to neck and inside edge of<br />

foot<br />

Lot 115<br />

An unusual Chinese gilded flambé<br />

baluster vase, 19th century, the streaked<br />

ox blood glaze gilt decorated with lotus<br />

flowers scrolling leaves and tendrils and<br />

shou characters, 41cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

cf. similar depictions of<br />

Zhong Kui found on a<br />

scroll painting dated 1650,<br />

by Lu Xue, accession<br />

No.1910,0212,0.520 and<br />

on a Suzhou woodblock<br />

colour print dated to the<br />

Kangxi period, accession<br />

No.1964,0411,0.10, both in<br />

the British Museum.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 117<br />

A pair of Chinese blue and white armorial dishes in Japanese Kakiemon style, Qianlong period,<br />

c.1752, the underside with the arms of Walpole quarterly impaling Cavendish, 27.8cm diameter, one dish<br />

repaired<br />

cf. Howard, D. S., ‘Chinese Armorial Porcelain’, Vol. I, p. 585, Pl. R3, which states that this service was<br />

commissioned for Horatio Walpole who married Lady Rachel Cavendish in 1748.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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Lot 118<br />

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

century, the cylindrical neck modelled in relief with a four<br />

claw sea dragon, above a bulbous body, the whole painted<br />

with lotus flowers, scrolling tendrils and leaves, with keywork<br />

and lappeted borders, 34.5cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 119<br />

A large Chinese blue and<br />

white celadon ground vase,<br />

19th century, painted with the<br />

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

and a crane in a landscape in<br />

underglaze blue on white slip<br />

and a celadon ground, 60.5cm<br />

high, rim chip and hairline<br />

crack<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 120<br />

A Chinese doucai ‘dragon’ deep bowl, 19th century,<br />

the interior painted with a confronting five claw dragon<br />

chasing a flaming pearl, the exterior painted with two five<br />

claw dragons chasing a flaming pearl amid flames and<br />

above waves, apocryphal underglaze blue Wanli mark,<br />

28.2cm diameter, small chip and glaze losses to rim<br />

Lot 121<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A pair of large Chinese blue and white ‘Buddhist lion’<br />

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

Buddhist lions amid clouds and flames, one with a large<br />

brocaded ball, with floral borders and domed covers with<br />

lion-dog finials, 64.5cm high, glaze imperfections<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

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Lot 122<br />

A large Chinese Canton<br />

(Guangzhou) decorated<br />

famille rose bowl, c.1830-<br />

50, typically painted to<br />

panels with figures amid<br />

pavilions, birds, butterflies,<br />

flowers and fruit to the<br />

interior and exterior, 39.2cm<br />

diameter<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 123<br />

A Chinese famille rose ‘butterfly and flowers’ dish,<br />

Daoguang period and an iron red enamelled ‘sanduo’ dish,<br />

late 19th century, the butterfly dish unmarked, 28.5cm and the<br />

iron red dish painted with the three abundances and five bats<br />

around the character shou, printed mark, 28.2cm (2)<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 124<br />

A Chinese famille rose ‘butterfly’ vase, Guangxu<br />

mark, finely painted with scattered butterflies, iron red<br />

six character mark to base, 39.5cm high<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 125<br />

A Chinese famille verte enamelled biscuit group of the Hehe Erxian,<br />

possibly 19th century, one figure holding a box, the other a sprig of<br />

lotus, 16.5cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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Lot 126<br />

A Chinese blue and white panelled sevenfold<br />

low screen, late 19th/early 20th<br />

century, the panels painted with court scenes,<br />

immortals and auspicious objects, some of the<br />

porcelain panels inscribed, softwood frame,<br />

total height 83cm, total width 115cm, some<br />

cracked panels<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 127<br />

A near pair of Samson famille<br />

verte powder blue dishes in<br />

Chinese export style, each<br />

painted with a pheasant flying<br />

above blossoming branches<br />

and rocks, the border set<br />

with eight floral cartouches,<br />

underglaze blue ribbon tied<br />

object marks to base, 39.3 and<br />

41cm diameter<br />

£500 - 700<br />

128<br />

129<br />

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Lot 130<br />

A Chinese enamelled porcelain ‘cong’<br />

vase, mid 20th century, Jingdezhen<br />

mark, finely painted with mountainous<br />

river landscapes, mark ‘Jingdezhen<br />

China made’, 24.2cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 128<br />

A pair of large Chinese blue and white crackle<br />

glaze vases and covers, late 19th century, each<br />

painted with blackbirds amid flowering branches,<br />

carved brown glazed borders and apocryphal reign<br />

mark to base, 64.5cm high<br />

Lot 129<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Chinese blue and white wall plaque, late 19th<br />

century, painted with two birds perched in a peony<br />

tree, the porcelain plaque approximately 29.5cm<br />

x 24.5cm, in a pierced ‘vineous’ hongmu frame,<br />

44.5cm x 39.5cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 131<br />

A large Chinese famille verte ovoid jar<br />

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

dignitaries meeting an emperor in a garden<br />

landscape, underglaze blue double circle to<br />

base, 30cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 132<br />

A Chinese enamelled porcelain ingotshaped<br />

cup stand, Daoguang seal mark<br />

and of the period (1821-50), painted with<br />

butterflies amid flowers on a fawn ground,<br />

iron-red six character seal mark to base,<br />

13.1cm long, 4.5cm high, wood stand<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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Lot 133<br />

A large Chinese famille rose<br />

table service, late Qing/early<br />

Republic period, each piece<br />

painted with grasshoppers<br />

and other insects amid floral<br />

sprays, comprising twelve 13-<br />

13.5cm saucer dishes and<br />

eleven 17.7cm saucer dishes, all<br />

bearing Jiaqing marks, together<br />

with seven rice bowls and covers<br />

and thirteen stands, 16cm,<br />

twelve saucers, 14cm, two oval<br />

platters, 42 and 36cm, all with<br />

ground off Qianlong marks and<br />

six unmarked rice spoons (70)<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Lot 134<br />

A Chinese sang-de-boeuf<br />

glazed and ‘He Xiangu’<br />

enamelled vase, 19th century,<br />

enamelled in fencai colours with<br />

the figure of He Xiangu and a<br />

crane, 29.5cm high<br />

Provenance: The owner’s<br />

parents lived in Hong Kong<br />

before 1940 when they<br />

purchased this vase, thence by<br />

family descent.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 135<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘lotus’<br />

vase, hu, Qianlong seal mark but<br />

Republic period, moulded with a<br />

pair of animal mask ring handles,<br />

finely painted with lappets to the<br />

neck above two registers of lotus<br />

flowers scrolling tendrils and leaves,<br />

above a further band of waves,<br />

26cm high<br />

Provenance: as per lot 134<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 136<br />

A Chinese yellow glazed bottle<br />

vase, Kangxi mark possibly<br />

Republic period, 24.2cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

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Lots 137-161 and 163-164<br />

Provenance - UK private collection, 1920s or earlier, thence by family descent.<br />

This collection of late Ming and Qing dynasty porcelain and bronze vessels has been<br />

owned by a single Cotswold family for a number of generations dating back to the<br />

1920s or earlier.<br />

The collection was formerly on display at the family home in Chipping Campden,<br />

Gloucestershire, UK before the house was sold in the 1980s. Some interior photos<br />

taken c.1982 show a number of the pieces on display in the family house and an<br />

inventory undertaken in 1948 by the local Campden auctioneer and valuer Alfred<br />

Bower lists many of the items. Extracts of the 1948 inventory are included where<br />

they correspond to the relevant lots in the sale are on our website.<br />

Lot 137<br />

A rare Chinese blue and white ‘eighteen luohan’ censer, Kangxi period, inscribed dedication and<br />

cyclical date for 1709, of bombé form, surrounded by expressive figures of the eighteen luohan, flanking<br />

an arched reserve inscribed ‘Kangxi 47th year, given to san xianggong by Hebao QingJi who belongs to Xia<br />

religion’, 23cm diameter, 14.4cm high, carved hongmu stand, cracks to base<br />

cf. Christie’s, New York, An era of inspiration: 17th century Chinese porcelains from the collection of Julia<br />

and John Curtis, 16 March 2015, lot number 3574, for a Kangxi blue and white cylindrical censer featuring a<br />

rare ‘eighteen luohan’ design featuring smaller scale figures in a landscape.<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

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Lot 138<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘birds and rockwork’<br />

ovoid jar, Kangxi period, painted with three birds in<br />

flight and another perched on rockwork amid flowers<br />

and insects, double circle to base, 18cm high, hongmu<br />

‘lotus’ cover and ‘Shou medallion’ stand<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 139<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘eight immortals’ censer,<br />

Kangxi period, of bombe form, painted with a continuous<br />

scene of the eight immortals in a rock work garden setting,<br />

the border above decorated with ribbon tied auspicious<br />

objects, double circle to base, 22cm diameter, 14cm high,<br />

hongmu stand, rim chip<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 140<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘Antiques’ ovoid jar, Kangxi<br />

period, painted with four shaped reserves of antique<br />

vessels or objects on a plum blossom and cracked ice<br />

ground, 21.5cm high, wood stand and pierced cover<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

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Lot 141<br />

A Chinese Longquan celadon dish, Yuan-<br />

Ming dynasty, 13th/14th century, covered<br />

in a pale sea green crackle glaze, carved<br />

with foliage to the centre within a carved<br />

band of keywork scrolls, the broad rim with<br />

barbs, burnt orange ring to the base, 38.7cm<br />

diameter, some faults<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 142<br />

A large Chinese ‘nine peach’ enamelled porcelain<br />

dish, Qianlong seal mark but 19th century, painted<br />

to the front with six peaches on blossoming branches,<br />

with two bats in flight to the centre, the reverse with<br />

three peaches on blossoming branches and two further<br />

bats to the border, apocryphal Qianlong iron red seal<br />

mark to base, 40.2cm diameter, wood stand, broken in<br />

half and restored<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 143<br />

A Chinese Ming Longquan celadon bowl,<br />

15th century, the interior moulded to the<br />

centre with a flower in a circle, the exterior<br />

plain, the base with burnt orange ring, 24.2cm<br />

diameter, 10.4cm high, hongmu stand, glaze<br />

scratched<br />

£600 - 800<br />

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Lot 144<br />

A pair of Chinese famille noire square bowls,<br />

late 19th century, painted to each side with<br />

panels of flowers and rockwork, underglaze blue<br />

double circle to base, 23.5cm wide, original carved<br />

hongmu scrollwork stands, 19.5cm wide, one bowl<br />

broken and glued, both stands glued<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 145<br />

A large Chinese flambé-glazed bottle vase,<br />

tianqiuping, 18th/19th century, covered in<br />

a thick purple, violet, copper red and black<br />

streaked crackle glaze, 39.5cm high, wood<br />

stand, star crack to base<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 146<br />

Two large Chinese flambé glazed bottle vases, 18th century, each covered in a<br />

purple streaked crimson red crackle-glaze, with mushroom coloured glaze to the rim<br />

and interior of the neck, black ink inscription to the unglazed base, 35.8 and 34cm<br />

high, occasional tiny glaze flakes<br />

cf. a similarly shaped flambé vase in the Victoria & Albert Museum, London,<br />

accession no. C.405-1910, dated to the Qianlong period.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

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Lot 147<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘Daoist immortals’<br />

yen-yen vase, Kangxi period, the trumpet<br />

shaped neck painted with the Sanxing (three<br />

star gods); Fu, Lu and Shou and attendants, the<br />

baluster shaped body with four versions of Liu<br />

Hai dancing by the three legged toad, 46cm high,<br />

glaze losses to rim and edge of foot<br />

Lot 148<br />

A tall Chinese blue and white ‘pheasants and<br />

rocks’ beaker vase, gu, Kangxi period, painted<br />

with pheasants and other birds amid rocks, plum<br />

blossom and other flowers, between zig-zag banded<br />

borders, 43.5cm high, minor faults<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

cf. a similar Kangxi blue and white yen-yen vase<br />

from the Franks collection in the British Museum<br />

painted with Daoist immortals, accession No.<br />

Franks.277.+.<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

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Lot 149<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘plum blossom’ jardiniere, 19th century,<br />

painted with plum blossom on gnarled branches, between line borders,<br />

unglazed base, 36.8cm diameter, 31.5cm high, wood stand,<br />

Lot 150<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A large Chinese cinnabar lacquer ‘pheasant and peony’ jardiniere,<br />

19th century, elaborately carved in relief with pheasants amid peonies<br />

on a bronze or brass body, 34cm diameter, 27cm high<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 151<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘court scene’ dish, Kangxi period,<br />

painted with a court official and attendant in a garden setting, the<br />

underside painted with river landscape scenes surrounding an<br />

apocryphal six character Chenghua mark, 32cm diameter<br />

Lot 152<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘deer and crane’ ovoid jar, Kangxi<br />

period, the exterior painted with a continuous scene of deer and<br />

cranes in a river landscape, 21cm high, wood cover and stand<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

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Lot 153<br />

A good Chinese Transitional blue and white ‘qilin and phoenix’ jar and cover, lianzi guan,<br />

Chongzhen period (1627-1644), finely painted with a phoenix in flight and a seated qilin with flaming<br />

pearl, in a garden landscape with banana plantains, a fence with blurry dot panels, rockwork and flowers,<br />

between incised bands of flowers and scrolls and waves, the neck painted with leaf lappets, the domed<br />

cover painted with a rabbit gazing at the moon amid rockwork and flowers within an incised floral band<br />

matching the jar, on a circular foot, 28.3cm high, the neck 14cm diameter, hongmu stand, chip to inner<br />

flange of cover<br />

cf. Teresa Canepa and Katharine Butler, Leaping the Dragon Gate,<br />

The Sir Michael Butler Collection of Seventeenth-Century Chinese Porcelain for examples of decoration<br />

typical of the Chongzhen period which they describe as ‘High Transitional’. These include banana<br />

plantains, V-shaped patches of grass, rice-clusters by layered rocks incorporating dotted lines or washes<br />

in shades of blue and Chunye dian (chun tree) leaves which can all be seen on this jar and cover.<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

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Lot 154<br />

A large Samson famille verte ‘lotus’<br />

fishbowl, Samson, 19th century, the robustly<br />

potted U-shaped vessel painted in vibrant<br />

enamel colours with egrets amid giant lotus<br />

leaves and flowers, below a repeating ruyihead<br />

border, unglazed base and rim, 31.5cm<br />

high, 38cm diameter, hongmu stand,<br />

cf. a similar Chinese fishbowl of the same<br />

design sold by Sotheby’s, New York, Kangxi:<br />

The Jie Rui Tang Collection, Part II, 19 Mar<br />

2019, Lot 316.<br />

£1,500-2,000<br />

Lot 155<br />

A pair of Chinese green glazed models of<br />

parrots, Kangxi period, each perched on a tree<br />

bough with plum blossom, remnants of cold painted<br />

painting to the beaks and feet, 20.5cm high, hairline<br />

cracks to one tail feather<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 156<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘birds and blossom’<br />

baluster vase, Kangxi period, painted with a<br />

continuous scene of birds amid flowers, blossoming<br />

trees and rockwork, double circle to base, 33cm<br />

high, hongmu wood stand and remnants of a wood<br />

cover<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

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Lot 157<br />

A Chinese parcel-gilt and silver<br />

inlaid bronze tripod censer, Yunjian<br />

Hu Wenming mark, 16th/17th<br />

century, the cylindrical body cast and<br />

chased in relief with lotus, peonies,<br />

chrysanthemums, narcissus and<br />

lingzhi fungus highlighted in gilt, on a<br />

diaper ground, between a pair of silver<br />

inlaid keywork bands, on three cast<br />

and shaped feet, with fold over rim,<br />

incised six character mark ‘Yunjian<br />

Hu Wenming zhi’ to the base, 10.7cm<br />

wide, 8.9cm high, small dents and<br />

three rim splits<br />

cf. two parcel-gilt tripod censers<br />

similarly decorated with flower sprays<br />

reserved on a diaper ground: one of<br />

similar size with the same maker’s<br />

mark, but in raised rather than<br />

engraved characters, illustrated in<br />

Documentary Chinese Works of Art: In<br />

Scholars’ Taste, Sydney L. Moss Ltd.,<br />

London, 1983, pp. 224-5, no. 157;<br />

and the second of broader diameter<br />

(4 5/8 in.), with the same engraved<br />

maker’s mark illustrated in The Literati<br />

Mode, Sydney L. Moss Ltd., London,<br />

1986, p. 290, no. 144, where the<br />

censer is dated Wanli period, circa<br />

1600. Another example also in the<br />

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New<br />

York, Accession Number: 2006.310.<br />

Lot 158<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A large Chinese gold-splashed<br />

bronze tripod censer, ding, Kangxi<br />

period, the gold-splashed decoration<br />

and olive-brown patina well preserved,<br />

the rim surmounted by a pair of high<br />

looped handles, above a shape body<br />

on three stump feet, the base with<br />

apocryphal four character Xuande<br />

mark in elongated seal script, 19cm<br />

diameter, 14.8cm high.<br />

cf. a gold-splashed bronze tripod<br />

censer sold by Sotheby’s, London,<br />

Chinese Art sale, 15 <strong>June</strong> 2020, lot<br />

42, dated to the Kangxi period with<br />

the same style of elongated seal script<br />

mark.<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

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Lot 159<br />

A Chinese bronze censer, gui, 18th<br />

century, with olive-brown patina, cast with<br />

a pair of lion-mask handles, the balustershaped<br />

body above a circular foot, 14.5cm<br />

diameter, 8.3cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 160<br />

A Chinese bronze censer, gui, small<br />

seal script private mark, 17th/18th<br />

century, the heavy baluster-shaped<br />

body cast in relief with a pair of lion mask<br />

handles, on a tapering circular foot, olivebrown<br />

patina, six character small seal<br />

script ‘Great Ming…’ private mark to base,<br />

17.5cm wide handle to handle, rim 14cm<br />

diameter, 9.2cm high, casting faults to<br />

interior<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 161<br />

A Chinese Transitional blue and white ‘hare<br />

gazing at the moon’ cover, Chongzhen period<br />

(1627-1644), 13.2cm diameter, inner flange 12cm<br />

diameter, rivet repair<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 162<br />

A Chinese carved wood ‘lotus’ stand and a<br />

Chinese huanghuali ‘dragon’ stand, Qing dynasty,<br />

the huanghuali stand carved and pierced with a dragon<br />

chasing a flaming pearl to the central roundel (lacking<br />

base), 16.5cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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Lot 163<br />

A large Chinese Ming carved Longquan celadon<br />

deep bowl, first half 15th century, heavily potted,<br />

the interior indistinctly carved to the centre with<br />

a peony, within a wide border of incised peony<br />

scrolls to the cavetto, the exterior carved with peony<br />

scrolls, between a band of running leaves and a<br />

lower register of leaf lappets, burnt orange ring to<br />

base, 33cm diameter, 15.5cm high, hongmu stand,<br />

scratches to glaze<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 164<br />

A Chinese celadon glazed vase, hu,<br />

Qianlong seal mark and probably of<br />

the period (1736-1795), the neck carved<br />

with a band of ‘leiwen’ and applied with<br />

a pair of mythical beast mask handles,<br />

the base carved with chrysanthemum<br />

petals, brown glaze dressing to foot in<br />

imitation of Song dynasty celadon wares,<br />

underglaze blue six character seal mark<br />

‘Da Qing Qianlong nian zhi’, 27cm high,<br />

23.5cm diameter, hongmu stand<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

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Lot 165<br />

A Chinese brass mounted huanghuali and<br />

hardwood seal cabinet, Qing dynasty, applied<br />

with later pierced brass cartouches to the top and<br />

pair of doors, enclosing an arrangement of two long<br />

and four short drawers, 36cm wide, 35cm high,<br />

27cm deep<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 166<br />

A Chinese hardwood brushpot, bitong, 19th<br />

century, possibly zitan, carved in relief with the seven<br />

sages of the bamboo grove and with three further<br />

sages in a pavilion, in a rockwork landscape with pine<br />

trees, on three carved feet, with a circular removable<br />

plug to the base, 16.7cm high, 16.1cm diameter<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 167<br />

A near pair of Chinese<br />

hongmu and rouge marble<br />

inset stools, late 19th<br />

century, each carved and<br />

pierced with birds amid<br />

plum blossom branches,<br />

with shaped bamboo cross<br />

bracing, on four shaped feet,<br />

51 and 52cm high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 168<br />

A Chinese gilt decorated black lacquer<br />

games box, mid 19th century, the cover<br />

decorated with figures amid pavilions and<br />

trees or in boats, the interior with seven lidded<br />

compartments and various card or counter<br />

trays, 38cm wide, slight faults<br />

£600 - 800<br />

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Lot 169<br />

A Chinese wood and bamboo bird cage, late 19th<br />

century, of rectangular form, with three removable<br />

shutters enclosing bamboo cage work with sliding<br />

doors, the locking pins with jadeite bead finials, 33cm x<br />

16.5cm x 19cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 170<br />

Two Chinese bamboo figures of Shou and Fu,<br />

18th/19th century, the figure of Shou holding a sprig<br />

of lingzhi fungus, a child standing beside him, the<br />

figure of Fu holding a child and a fan, 35.2cm and<br />

32.8cm high, losses to Shou’s hat<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 172<br />

A pair of Chinese huali<br />

corner-leg low tables, Qing<br />

dynasty, the square three<br />

board panelled top with<br />

mitred mortice and tenon<br />

frame, above a recessed<br />

‘waist’, the apron and legs<br />

carved in relief with archaistic<br />

taotie masks, scrolls and<br />

zoomorphic forms to the<br />

pierced corner spandrels, on<br />

four square legs and shaped<br />

feet, 64cm wide, 51cm high,<br />

re-polished and restored<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 171<br />

A pair of large Chinese carved hardwood<br />

buffalo groups, early 20th century, each well<br />

carved with the figure of a boy riding on the back<br />

of a recumbent buffalo, with glass inset eyes and<br />

bone inset teeth, on separate wood bases carved<br />

with pine branches, 49cm long, maximum height<br />

27cm, broken and detached sections<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

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173<br />

174<br />

175<br />

177<br />

178<br />

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Lot 173<br />

A Chinese soapstone figure of Shouxing, 18th century, the standing figure holding a branch, his clothing<br />

with remnants of polychrome decoration and engraved with the character shou, ruyi clouds and waves,<br />

26.5cm high, small losses<br />

Lot 174<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A Chinese soapstone figure of an attendant, 18th century, the sectional creamy soapstone figure<br />

holding a vase, wearing floral robes, remnants of polychrome decoration, on a rockwork base, 20.5cm high,<br />

minor repairs<br />

Lot 175<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese white and brown jade lion-dog carving, carved in the round with openwork head and limbs,<br />

5.4cm long<br />

Lot 176<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese carved white jade pendant plaque, 18th/19th century, carved in relief with the figure of He<br />

Xiangu and a deer, the reverse with a four character seal mark, the stone of good even tone, 6.1cm x 5cm,<br />

wood stand<br />

Provenance: The owner’s parents lived in Hong Kong before 1940 when they purchased this jade, thence<br />

by family descent.<br />

Lot 177<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade ‘lock’ pendant, 19th century, carved and pierced with a pair of mythical<br />

beasts around a central ‘Shou’ motif, and a flower to the reverse, 6.5cm wide, wood stand<br />

Provenance: The owner’s parents lived in Hong Kong before 1940 when they purchased this pendant,<br />

thence by family descent.<br />

Lot 178<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade and zitan ‘sanduo’ ruyi sceptre, 18th/19th century, the jade plaques<br />

carved in high relief with the Three Abundances (sanduo), the head with peaches and a bat, the middle a<br />

Buddha’s hand citron and the opposing end with a pomegranate, the stone of good even tone, the scrolled<br />

zitan frame, suspended with an endless knot silk tassel, 55cm long, some minor losses and glue repairs to<br />

the zitan<br />

The combination of peach, Buddha’s hand citron and pomegranate, symbolise longevity, good fortune, and<br />

the wish for many sons.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

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181<br />

182<br />

183<br />

Lot 179<br />

A Chinese white jade ‘conch shell’ yellow metal mounted pendant,<br />

carved with a large conch shell, smaller shells and lingzhi fungus,<br />

the stone of good even tone, the yellow metal ‘seaweed’ suspension<br />

stamped ‘585’, 6.2cm including mount<br />

Lot 180<br />

184<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese jade mounted lacquer panel, 20th century, the applied<br />

jade figures Qing dynasty, the gilt decorated black lacquer panel inset<br />

with a green jade Shou character, pale celadon and celadon jade figures<br />

of birds and figures in landscapes, apocryphal Qianlong seal mark,<br />

159cm x 42.5cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

180<br />

Lot 181<br />

A pair of Chinese soapstone lion-dog seals, Qing dynasty, with<br />

vacant matrices, the dark grey stone with white and ‘chicken blood’<br />

inclusions, 10.8cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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Lot 185<br />

A good Chinese archaistic white jade snuff<br />

bottle, 1780-1850, of flattened flask form, well<br />

hollowed and finely carved in relief with archaistic<br />

C-shaped scrolls, the neck with a keywork band, on<br />

a recessed oval foot, the white stone of good tone<br />

with occasional pale russet inclusions, 5.3cm high,<br />

gilt copper and malachite stopper<br />

Provenance: The owner’s parents lived in Hong<br />

Kong before 1940 when they purchased this snuff<br />

bottle, thence by family descent.<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

185<br />

Lot 186<br />

A small Chinese pale celadon jade brushpot,<br />

19th century, carved in relief with a blossoming<br />

plum tree, lingzhi fungus and bamboo, on three ruyishaped<br />

feet, the stone of good even tone with some<br />

white inclusions to the base only, 8cm high, 4.8cm<br />

diameter<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 182<br />

Two Chinese soapstone seals, both of creamy<br />

green stone, the first surmounted by the figure of<br />

a lion-dog, vacant matrix, 7cm high, the second<br />

with four column inscription to one side and four<br />

character seal to the matrix, 5.2cm<br />

Lot 183<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese yellow and russet jade vase and<br />

cover, 19th/20th century, of flattened baluster<br />

shape, carved in relief and open work with the<br />

figure of a crane grasping a peach branch, the vase<br />

carved in low relief with a pine tree, on a rockwork<br />

base, the domed cover with lion-dog finial, the stone<br />

with russet inclusions, 13cm high<br />

Lot 184<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade chicken group, 19th<br />

century, the hen and the cockerel both grasping a<br />

sprig of millet in their beaks, the stone with slight<br />

russet and grey inclusions including a russet skin<br />

to the recumbent hen’s left wing, 6.9cm high, wood<br />

stand, small faults<br />

£400 - 600<br />

186<br />

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Lot 187<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade cup, Qing dynasty,<br />

of plain circular form, on a raised circular foot,<br />

the stone with white and russet inclusions, 7.4cm<br />

diameter, wood stand<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 188<br />

A Tibetan silver, jade, coral and hardstone mounted<br />

ewer, late 19th century, the Chinese pale celadon<br />

jades, 18th/19th century, the pear shaped vessel inset<br />

to each side with a pale celadon jade oval plaque, one<br />

depicting Liu Hai and his three legged toad, the opposing<br />

side a boy carrying a sprig of lingzhi fungus in a rockwork<br />

landscape, the scroll work handle mounted with a pale<br />

celadon jade ‘dragon’ belt hook, the spout modelled as a<br />

mythical beast head, with filigree work, coral, turquoise<br />

and lapis lazuli mounted borders, 24.5cm high, finial<br />

lacking stones<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 189<br />

A large Chinese patinated bronze censer<br />

stand, 17th/18th century, the disc shaped<br />

top supported on three scroll work feet,<br />

21.8cm diameter<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 190<br />

A Chinese bronze figure<br />

of a standing luohan,<br />

late Ming dynasty,<br />

depicted wearing long<br />

flowing robes, standing<br />

on a double lotus base,<br />

20.3cm high, some dents<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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Lot 191<br />

A large Chinese polished<br />

bronze censer and stand,<br />

gui, Xuande mark, 18th<br />

century, the censer of<br />

bombe form applied with a<br />

pair of looped handles, cast<br />

six character mark to base,<br />

the stand with disc shaped<br />

top, on three scrollwork<br />

feet, 30.5cm wide<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 192<br />

A large Chinese gilt copper alloy figure of Cundi<br />

(Zhunti Pusa), modelled with eighteen arms (sixteen<br />

of which hold implements) symbolising the eighteen<br />

paths of attaining Buddhahood as described in her<br />

incantation, seated on a separate gilt bronze double<br />

lotus throne, 32cm high, 25cm wide.<br />

Cundi Avalokiteshvara (Zhunti Guanyin) is known as<br />

the Goddess of the Seventy Million Buddhas, and<br />

personifies a potent incantation called the Cundi<br />

Dharani.<br />

Provenance- acquired by the owner’s late father in<br />

the early 1980s.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 193<br />

A Chinese polished bronze censer,<br />

gui, Xuande mark, 18th/19th century,<br />

of bombe form, cast with a pair of lion<br />

mask handles, six character mark ‘Da<br />

Ming Xuande nian zhi’, 19cm wide,<br />

8.2cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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Lot 194<br />

A Sino-Tibetan gilt bronze figure of Shadakshari<br />

Lokeshvara, possibly 18th century, seated in<br />

vajraparyankasana on a double lotus throne, the<br />

principal pair of hands in anjali mudra, the third hand<br />

formerly holding a rosary (aksasutra) and the fourth<br />

hand holding a sprig of lotus (padma), 22.3cm high<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 195<br />

A pair of Chinese cloisonné enamel beaker vases,<br />

each decorated with leaf scrolls, ruyi heads, lotus<br />

flowers and lappets, each engraved to the edge of the<br />

foot with a single line four character mark ‘Qianlong<br />

nian zhi’, 17cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 196<br />

A Chinese bronze ‘dragon’ circular incense<br />

box and cover, Xuande seal mark, 18th/19th<br />

century, the cover cast and chased in relief with<br />

a sea dragon surrounding a Buddhist conch<br />

shell, the base with key scroll border and a four<br />

character elongated ‘Xuande nian zhi’ seal mark,<br />

7.3cm diameter, 11.7cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 197<br />

A Chinese archaistic bronze vessel, gui,<br />

17th/18th century, crisply cast in imitation of<br />

a Western Zhou dynasty gui ritual vessel, with<br />

‘taotie’ masks on a ‘leiwen’ ground, applied with<br />

a pair of zoomorphic handles, archaic seal script<br />

mark to interior, 16.5cm wide, 11cm high<br />

Provenance: In the owner’s possession for more<br />

than 60 years.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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Lot 198<br />

A Chinese bronze and copper alloy tripod censer<br />

and cover and a Chinese archaistic bronze<br />

tripod vessel, yi, both 17th century, the censer<br />

with six cartouches cast in relief with flowers and<br />

foliage, formerly gilded, with fruiting vine pierced<br />

cover, 12cm high, the yi vessel cast in low relief with<br />

a band of ‘leiwen’, 13.5cm high, faults (2)<br />

Provenance: In the owner’s possession for more<br />

than 60 years.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 199<br />

A Chinese archaistic bronze vessel,<br />

fangding, 17th/18th century, cast and chased<br />

with a band of zoomorphic scrolls, leiwen and<br />

raised fins, 15cm wide, 18cm high, old repair to<br />

one leg<br />

Provenance: In the owner’s possession for more<br />

than 60 years.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 200<br />

An album of six Chinese paintings on<br />

silk of lovers, late Ming dynasty, with six<br />

adjacent pages of calligraphy on paper,<br />

depicting a man courting a lady in a garden,<br />

a lady bathing by a lotus pond, a maid and<br />

her mistress in a pavilion room, two lovers<br />

separated by a mother threading a needle, a<br />

couple walking in a garden and a young man<br />

presenting flowers to a girl, album 32cm x<br />

26cm<br />

Provenance- together with transcripts of the<br />

inscriptions translated by Ting Pei Yuan,<br />

Shanghai 1933 pages separated, some losses<br />

to images and calligraphy<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

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Lot 201<br />

A Chinese erotic hand scroll on silk, early<br />

20th century, depicting twelve couples in various<br />

positions, image 18cm x 113cm, inscriptions on<br />

paper<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 202<br />

A set of thirty six Tibetan painted thangka pages,<br />

19th century, each depicting deities and inscribed<br />

in Sanskrit to the reverse, 13cm x 11.2cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

202<br />

Lot 203<br />

° The Selected Painting of Lang Shih-Ning<br />

(Josephus Castiglione), two volumes,<br />

published by the Arts and Literature Press, 20<br />

Kimberley Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong, first<br />

edition, October 1971, in an edition of 300.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 204<br />

203<br />

° The Paintings of Chang Dai-Chien [Zhang<br />

Daqian], three volumes, printed in Taipei c.1980<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 205<br />

A Chinese album of twelve paintings on pith<br />

paper, erotic subjects, late 19th century, album<br />

23.5 x 33.5cm, tears and losses to pith paper<br />

£500 - 800<br />

205<br />

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Lot 206<br />

206<br />

A rare book on Chinese Ceramics - Messrs<br />

Ng. Sheong’s Catalogue of Chinaware and<br />

Earthenware 1919, Canton, China, one volume,<br />

numerous collotype illustrations, 32.5cm x 25.7cm,<br />

faults to binding<br />

£600 - 800<br />

208<br />

Lot 207<br />

A Chinese album of twelve pith paintings of<br />

flowers and insects, 19th century, each page with<br />

a blue ribbon border, 7.5cm x 24cm<br />

Lot 208<br />

207<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A Chinese painting on silk of ladies in a pavilion<br />

garden, c.1800, in a late 19th century hongmu and<br />

mother of pearl frame, painting 53 x 35cm, frame 60<br />

x 47cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 209<br />

A pair of Chinese scroll paintings on paper, late<br />

19th/early 20th century, depicting farming scenes<br />

and prayers at a Buddhist temple, with inscriptions<br />

for each scene, images 111.5cm x 29.5cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

209<br />

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Lot 210<br />

Two Chinese rank badges,<br />

19th century, now mounted as<br />

clutch bags, the first a silk and<br />

metal thread kesi embroidered<br />

‘peacock’ rank badge covered<br />

clutch bag, with pale celadon<br />

jade button clasp, 24.5cm and a<br />

similar Beijing knot embroidered<br />

‘silver pheasant’ rank badge<br />

covered clutch bag, 21.5cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 211<br />

A Chinese embroidered silk ‘dragon’ table frontal, 19th century, woven in coloured silks and<br />

metal thread with twelve dragon roundels, above four confronting dragons chasing a flaming pearl<br />

amid peaches bats and lingzhi fungus, above waves and lishiu strips, on a black ground, damage<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 212<br />

A Chinese ‘foreign ambassadors’<br />

embroidered silk panel, 18th<br />

century, depicting an ambassador<br />

holding a sprig of coral and another<br />

with a European table clock, in a<br />

landscape with bamboo, rocks,<br />

prunus and chrysanthemums, 44cm x<br />

58.5cm, framed and glazed<br />

£600 - 800<br />

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Lot 213<br />

A historically important Chinese Imperial embroidered silk purse, hebao, Qianlong period, c.1793,<br />

the kidney-shaped coral coloured satin purse finely embroidered in coloured silks to each side with three<br />

bats and two wan symbols amid ruyi-shaped clouds, above waves and lishiu strips, the draw string and<br />

cords set with three cut and moulded yellow glass flowerhead shaped beads, 12.5cm wide, with inscribed<br />

note of provenance inside dated 1822.<br />

Literature - this purse is illustrated in G. Dickinson and Linda Wrigglesworth, Imperial Wardrobe, Bamboo<br />

Publishing, 1990, Pl.4, p16.<br />

Provenance - by repute presented by the Qianlong Emperor to George Thomas Staunton, the page to Lord<br />

Maccartney, Britain’s Ambassador to China from 1792-1794.<br />

The event took place on 14 September 1793 at Chengde when Staunton, though only a boy, was the only<br />

person able to converse in Chinese other than the interpreter. The Emperor of China gave Sir George<br />

Thomas Staunton a silk purse on the occasion, which in turn was given by Staunton to the Royal Asiatic<br />

Society in 1856 and appears to have left the collection subsequently.<br />

Sir George Thomas Staunton (1781-1859) was one of the founders of the Royal Asiatic Society, and<br />

served as its Vice-President, but he is chiefly known as Great Britain’s foremost student of Chinese<br />

language and culture during the first half of the nineteenth century. Having accompanied his father on the<br />

Macartney Embassy to China while still a boy, Staunton had an early start in the study of Chinese, and by<br />

the time he returned to China as a young man to work for the East India Company, he was already more<br />

knowledgeable about Chinese than any other of his countrymen.<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

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CLOCKS, CARPETS<br />

& FURNITURE<br />

214-261<br />

251


Lot 215<br />

A rare early 19th century Royal Mail<br />

Coach Guard’s timepiece, ‘No. 1’,<br />

by Wregg London, c.1810, contained<br />

within a brass-bound mahogany outer<br />

case with rebated handle to the top,<br />

the locking brass back plate engraved<br />

‘52 hours WREGG Maker London<br />

No.1’, the circular 52 hour chain fusée<br />

movement with lever escapement<br />

signed ‘WREGG London and<br />

numbered 2028, fitted into a circular<br />

brass case; the white enamel dial<br />

signed WREGG LONDON with blued<br />

steel hands, outer case 9.2cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 214<br />

Viger à Paris. A Louis XVI ormolu mantel clock, surmounted with<br />

the figures of a King holding a spear and a Roman soldier holding<br />

aloft a lamb, standing above military trophies, on a stepped base<br />

with white marble plinth and turned feet, signed silk suspension<br />

countwheel movement numbered 1175, 28.5cm wide, 14cm deep,<br />

36cm high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 216<br />

Le Roy & Fils, Palais Royale, Paris.<br />

A late 19th century French hour<br />

repeating miniature carriage alarum<br />

clock, with corinthian column case,<br />

circular silvered dials, 5cm wide, 4.5cm<br />

deep, 9.25cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

216<br />

217<br />

Lot 217<br />

Scherer à Paris. A French hour<br />

repeating carriage clock, c.1840’s,<br />

the silvered dial with subsidiary date<br />

and month dials, signed on the back,<br />

10.25cm wide, 8cm deep, 15cm high<br />

£700 - 900<br />

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Lot 218<br />

A Victorian brass cathedral skeleton clock, with<br />

silvered Roman dial and twin fusee movement<br />

striking upon a bell, 46cm high, with ebonised stand<br />

and glass dome, overall 52cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 219<br />

A late 19th century French ormolu mounted<br />

mahogany and shibayama style mantel clock,<br />

in the Japanese taste, modelled as a pagoda,<br />

with enamelled arabic dial, the sides decorated<br />

with trailing flowers and butterflies and prunus, A.D.<br />

Mougin eight day movement striking upon a gong,<br />

26cm wide, 23cm deep, 45cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

88


Lot 220<br />

An unusual William IV rosewood wall clock,<br />

shaped to look like a bracket clock upon a wall<br />

bracket but constructed as a single piece, maker<br />

Alexander Mitchell of Glasgow, the unusual anchor<br />

escapement movement with each main cog<br />

connected to pulleys which are further connected<br />

to wedge shaped lead weights housed at the back<br />

of the case behind the movement, the case with<br />

scallop shell and foliate scroll motifs, 39cm high,<br />

22cm deep, overall 120cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 222<br />

Gerrit Bramer of Amsterdam. An 18th century<br />

Dutch marquetry inlaid walnut eight day<br />

longcase clock, with moulded pediment and arched<br />

brass dial with silvered Roman chapter ring, date<br />

aperture, moonphase, subsidiary seconds and<br />

alarum ring, set with silvered spandrels depicting the<br />

seasons, the trunk with cartouche shaped lenticle<br />

and box base, 55cm wide, 226cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 221<br />

James Edwards of London. An early Victorian<br />

flame mahogany cased regulator, with<br />

silvered dial, single fusee movement with anchor<br />

escapement and mercury pendulum, 49cm wide,<br />

208cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

89


Lot 223<br />

A large Indian ivory ground carpet, 445 x 372cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 224<br />

A large Indian Arts & Crafts style carpet, with<br />

stylised pomegranate and flower motifs on a<br />

charcoal ground within a foliate border, 541 x 358cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 225<br />

An Indian Persian style sage green ground<br />

carpet, 465 x 363cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 226<br />

A large Persian blue ground carpet, with central<br />

floral medallions radiating outwards to a palmette<br />

and flower border, signed at one end, 395 x 305cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

90


Lot 227<br />

A large Indian carpet, with foliate trellis ribbon and<br />

paterae motifs across a pale brown ground, with<br />

floral ovolu border, 575 x 358cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 229<br />

A late 17th century Spanish walnut dining table,<br />

the rectangular top with four demi-lune flaps on<br />

turned underframe, with turned ‘H’ stretcher and bun<br />

feet, 100 x 83cm with flaps down<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

Lot 228<br />

A pair of Kashan blue ground rugs, with central<br />

medallions within stylised floral field, multi-bordered,<br />

213 x 139cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 230<br />

A mid 17th century Spanish walnut dining<br />

table, with four demi-lune flaps on scrolled<br />

trestle supports, with a scrollwork ‘X’ shaped<br />

stretcher, 115 x 74cm with flaps down, height<br />

78cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

91


Lot 232<br />

Lot 231<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<br />

77cm, height 79cm<br />

A pair of late 17th century Spanish walnut and elm<br />

armchairs, with arched leather covered backs, moulded<br />

scroll arms, stuffed leather covered seats and turned legs<br />

joined by convoluted front stretchers, width 69cm, depth<br />

61cm, height 141cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 233<br />

A 17th century style oak tester bedstead, with<br />

gadrooned panelled canopy on cup and cover<br />

front columns, the backboards with Wainscot<br />

style panelling, width 144cm, length 202cm,<br />

height 206cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

92


Lot 234<br />

A William III and later walnut and<br />

marquetry chest on stand, with<br />

quartered top centred with an oval<br />

panel, two short and three graduated<br />

long drawers over a further long drawer,<br />

on bun feet, width 108cm, depth 65cm,<br />

height 113cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 235<br />

A Louis XIV walnut armchair, with arched<br />

needlework covered upholstered back and<br />

seat, scroll arms, cabriole front legs and<br />

waved stretchers, raised on hoof feet, width<br />

71cm, depth 80cm, height 124cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 236<br />

A 19th century circular ash cricket<br />

table, with single block circular top on<br />

splayed octagonal legs, diameter 65cm,<br />

height 63cm<br />

£600 - 900<br />

93


Lot 237<br />

A William and Mary yew and<br />

fruitwood chest, c.1690, with five<br />

long drawers, on later bun feet, width<br />

94cm, depth 56cm, height 83cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 238<br />

A 19th century Chippendale style carved<br />

giltwood wall mirror, with foliate scroll frame and<br />

rectangular bevelled plate, width 78cm, height<br />

154cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 239<br />

A George II oak side table, c.1750, the<br />

rectangular moulded top above a drawer and<br />

shaped apron, on cabriole legs and chamfered<br />

pad feet, width 71cm, depth 48cm, height<br />

72cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

94


Lot 240<br />

A late 17th/early 18th century<br />

Florentine carved giltwood frame,<br />

with boldly carved scrolling leaves and<br />

inner moulded frame, width 116cm,<br />

height 134cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 241<br />

A William and Mary walnut chest of drawers, c.1690,<br />

inlaid with feather banding, the segmented quarter<br />

veneered top above two short and three long graduated<br />

drawers, on bun feet, width 94cm, depth 59cm, height<br />

85cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 242<br />

An early 18th century Indo Portuguese<br />

ebony, satinwood and red tortoiseshell<br />

travelling case, the hinged lid opening<br />

to reveal four compartments, the fall front<br />

dropping down to reveal an arrangement of<br />

seven drawers centred by a nonsuch type<br />

mirrored and ivory inset central compartment<br />

which pulls out to reveal three ‘secret’<br />

drawers, on ebonised bun feet, 42cm wide,<br />

30cm deep, 29cm high. Ivory submission<br />

reference: YHDD1FSF<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

95


Lot 243<br />

A George IV ormolu mounted rosewood<br />

breakfront dwarf bookcase, with rectangular<br />

foliate paterae to the frieze, two central glazed doors<br />

flanked by further glazed doors, all divided by fluted<br />

acanthus base pilasters, on a gadrooned ormolu<br />

mounted plinth base, width 306cm, depth 60cm,<br />

height 102cm<br />

Lot 244<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A William IV brass mounted rosewood buffet<br />

cabinet, with brass three quarter gallery and beaded<br />

shelves, raised on corinthian columns with brass trellis<br />

sides and a two door cupboard to the base, on lion’s<br />

paw feet, width 140cm, depth 55cm, height 118cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 245<br />

A Victorian and later marquetry inlaid<br />

walnut and rosewood breakfast table,<br />

with circular tilt top, on fluted stem and<br />

scrolling tripod base, fitted brass castors,<br />

diameter 132cm, height 74cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

96


Lot 246<br />

A Victorian marquetry inlaid walnut<br />

bonheur du jour, the raised mirrored back<br />

with single drawer and two glazed doors over<br />

a fall enclosing a rosewood lined interior,<br />

on cabriole legs, width 88cm, depth 53cm,<br />

height 140cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 247<br />

A Victorian walnut Wellington<br />

chest, retailed by Toplis & Son,<br />

Berners Street, London, fitted<br />

seven graduated long drawers with<br />

side locking bar, on plinth foot, width<br />

62cm, depth 43cm, height 102cm<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

Lot 248<br />

A 19th century French rosewood<br />

and marquetry poudreuse,<br />

the ormolu mounted serpentine<br />

rectangular top inlaid with birds,<br />

flowers and garden trophies, opening<br />

to reveal an interior fitted with mirror,<br />

sliding drawer and sliding trays,<br />

raised on cabriole legs, width 63cm,<br />

depth 43cm, height 73cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

97


Lot 249<br />

A 19th century style giltwood wall mirror, with<br />

triple urn pediment joined by acorn and oak leaf<br />

swags over a cushion frame divided by sunflower<br />

paterae, width 146cm, height 118cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 250<br />

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

ormolu mounted onyx pedestals, with<br />

revolving square tops, width 25cm, height<br />

99cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 251<br />

A Chinese coromandel lacquer twelve panel<br />

screen, 19th century, decorated with fan shaped<br />

panels over a continuous landscape panel depicting<br />

figures and pagodas in a river landscape, the borders<br />

with assorted flowers and vessels and the reverse<br />

with bamboo and other plants, each leaf panel width<br />

49cm, height 264cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

98


Lot 252<br />

A late 19th century French Louis<br />

XVI style inlaid mahogany and<br />

ormolu mounted credenza, of<br />

breakfront ‘D’ shaped form, with<br />

foliate motif frieze, centred with<br />

a panel of cherubs over a pair of<br />

marquetry inset panelled doors<br />

decorated with flowers and trophies,<br />

flanked by bowed glazed doors and<br />

divided by squared tapered columns,<br />

on toupie feet, width 170cm, depth<br />

51cm, height 126cm.<br />

This credenza was probably retailed<br />

by Holland & Sons, as it was<br />

purchased by the owner’s ancestor<br />

at the same time as the Anglo-<br />

Japanese corner cabinet in this sale.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 253<br />

An early 19th century Dutch walnut and marquetry<br />

bombé front commode, with serpentine top and four<br />

long drawers, on lions paw feet, width 110cm, depth<br />

60cm, height 87cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 254<br />

An unusual mid 19th century satinwood<br />

campaign bookcase, of stepped three<br />

tiered form, each tier with twin panelled doors<br />

enclosing a single fixed shelf, width 110cm,<br />

depth 34cm, height 177cm<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

99


Lot 255<br />

Lewis Foreman Day (1845-<br />

1910). A Victorian Aesthetic<br />

movement golden oak and<br />

marble washstand, inset with four<br />

ceramic tiles depicting flowers and<br />

pine cones, with castellated raised<br />

back and two frieze drawers, on<br />

ring tuned legs with understage<br />

and ceramic castors, width 90cm,<br />

depth 51.5cm, height 104cm<br />

£1,800 - 2,200<br />

Lot 256<br />

A late Victorian Howard<br />

& Sons armchair,<br />

upholstered in the original<br />

Howard & Sons floral scroll<br />

pattern fabric, on squared<br />

tapered legs, fitted brass<br />

castors, width 80cm, depth<br />

80cm, height 115cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

100


Lot 257<br />

An unusual Anglo-Japanese inlaid<br />

mahogany standing corner cabinet, by<br />

Holland & Sons, c.1880, of stepped form<br />

with open galleried shelves and velvet<br />

lined recess over two Japanese cloisonné<br />

enamel panel inset doors, flanked by<br />

mirrors and a further recess bordered by<br />

lacquered panels over a central glazed<br />

door flanked by open shelves, raised on<br />

turned tapered feet and ormolu mounted<br />

throughout, Holland & Sons stamp, width<br />

98cm, height 258cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 258<br />

A pair of ornate variegated green marble columns,<br />

the fluted stems inset with gilt harebell motifs and<br />

flowerheads around the centres, on octagonal feet,<br />

diameter 41cm, height 102cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

101


Lot 260<br />

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

wall mirrors in the Rococo style, of<br />

asymmetrical form with flower and scroll<br />

frames and bevelled glass plates, width<br />

57cm, height 96cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 259<br />

An ornate early 20th century carved<br />

giltwood wall mirror, with elaborate foliate<br />

scroll work top incorporating a child’s head,<br />

scrolling over a central floral swag and<br />

leading down to the moulded frame, matching<br />

ornate scroll brackets to the base, width<br />

146cm, height 250cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

Lot 261<br />

A 19th century carved giltwood wall mirror, with<br />

elaborate ornate eagle and flowering swag scrolled<br />

crest over a rectangular plate flanked by trailing<br />

roses, width 126cm, height 118cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

102


PAINTINGS & PRINTS<br />

262-434<br />

at 1.00pm<br />

270<br />

103


Lot 262<br />

262<br />

Henry Pierce Bone, R.A. (British, 1779-1855)<br />

Miniature portrait of Deputy Commissary<br />

General Thomson, formerly secretary to Francis<br />

Hastings<br />

enamel on copper, signed and inscribed verso,, 7.5<br />

x 6cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 263<br />

263<br />

Henry Pierce Bone, R.A. (British, 1779-1855)<br />

Miniature portrait of the Arch Bishop of<br />

Canterbury after the original by John Hoppner<br />

enamel on copper<br />

signed HB and inscribed verso<br />

7 x 5.75cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

266<br />

104


Lot 264<br />

264<br />

18th century English School<br />

Miniature portrait of Robert Harley, 1st Earl<br />

of Oxford and Earl Mortimer<br />

watercolour on ivory<br />

Miers label verso<br />

9 x 7cm. Ivory submission reference:<br />

ZMKRQS46<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 265<br />

John Thomas Barber Beaumont, FSA, FGS<br />

(British, 1774-1841)<br />

Miniature of Edward Augustus, Duke of Kent<br />

(1767-1820)<br />

watercolour on ivory, initialled<br />

7.75 x 6.5cm. Ivory submission reference:<br />

KPJ4ANK8<br />

265<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 266<br />

Sir William John Newton (British, 1785-1869)<br />

Miniatures of Mrs Cardwell & Mrs Rainy<br />

pair of watercolours on ivory<br />

one signed, both inscribed verso and dated<br />

1838/1840<br />

16.5 x 12cm. Ivory submission reference:<br />

B44HLLJJ and 7MNPC5LD<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 267<br />

18th century Flemish School<br />

Portrait of a gentleman<br />

oil on canvas<br />

70 x 59cm<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

267<br />

105


268<br />

Lot 268<br />

Attributed to David Morier (Anglo-Swiss, 1705-<br />

1770)<br />

Portrait of the Duke of Cumberland on<br />

horseback on a Thames towpath<br />

oil on canvas<br />

100 x 122cm<br />

From the Estate of the Right Honourable Lord<br />

Lawson of Blaby<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 269<br />

Circle of Sir Thomas Lawrence (British, 1769-<br />

1830)<br />

Portrait of two children<br />

oil on canvas<br />

75 x 62cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

269<br />

106


270<br />

Lot 270<br />

Arthur William Devis (English, 1763-1822)<br />

Portrait of Lieutenant Colonel Cockburn<br />

watercolour<br />

signed and dated 1797<br />

42 x 31cm<br />

Lot 271<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

After Francesco Guardi (Italian, 1712-1793)<br />

Merchant vessels and other shipping along<br />

the shore, including an English warship and<br />

merchants barge<br />

pair of oils on canvas<br />

46 x 60cm<br />

271<br />

£1,200 - 1,600<br />

Lot 272<br />

Dutch School c.1750<br />

Still life of flowers in a vase upon a ledge<br />

oil on canvas, 60 x 49cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

272<br />

107


Lot 273<br />

Manner of Claude Lorrain (1600-<br />

1682)<br />

A river landscape near Rome<br />

oil on canvas<br />

60 x 97cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

273<br />

Lot 274<br />

Manner of Hendrick Cornelisz<br />

Vroom (Dutch, 1566-1640)<br />

Warships at sea<br />

oil on canvas<br />

56 x 69cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

274<br />

Lot 275<br />

Attributed to Thomas Girtin<br />

(1775-1802)<br />

View Of The Pantheon taken<br />

from The Arsenal (1802)<br />

monochrome watercolour<br />

14 x 43cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

275<br />

108


Lot 276<br />

After David Teniers the Younger<br />

(Flemish, 1610-1694)<br />

‘Kermesse, or Village fête with<br />

peasants dancing’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

54.5 x 65.5cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

276<br />

Lot 277<br />

Attributed to Marco Ricci<br />

(Italian, 1676-1729)<br />

Outskirts of a town with women<br />

washing linen<br />

tempera on panel<br />

30 x 45cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

277<br />

Lot 278<br />

Circle of Marco Ricci (Italian,<br />

1676-1729)<br />

Architectural Capriccio with<br />

Figures amongst Ruins<br />

watercolour on paper<br />

19.5 x 29.5cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

278<br />

109


279<br />

Lot 279<br />

Circle of Claude Lorrain (French, 1600-1682)<br />

Sketch for Landscape with Cephalus and Procris<br />

Reunited by Diana<br />

oil on canvas<br />

13 x 20cm<br />

Lot 280<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Attributed to Jan Pauwel Gillemans (Dutch,<br />

1618-c.1680)<br />

Still life of sweetcorn, gooseberries, peaches,<br />

lemons, cherries, grapes and a pomegranate<br />

oil on canvas<br />

52 x 42cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

280<br />

110


Lot 281<br />

Circle of John Ferneley Snr (1762-1860)<br />

A huntsman and hounds in a landscape<br />

oil on canvas<br />

69 x 81cm<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

281<br />

Lot 282<br />

Circle of John Ferneley Snr (1762–1860)<br />

A bay horse and a dog in a stable<br />

oil on board<br />

70 x 90cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

282<br />

Lot 283<br />

John E. Ferneley Jnr (British, 1815-<br />

1862)<br />

Portrait of a bay horse in a landscape, a<br />

church and country house beyond<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and inscribed ‘York 1841’<br />

70 x 90cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

283<br />

111


284<br />

Lot 284<br />

Attributed to Hendrik Willem<br />

Schweickhardt (German, 1746-1797)<br />

Winter landscape with skaters on the<br />

ice<br />

oil on wooden panel<br />

23 x 31cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 285<br />

Johannes Huibert Prins (Dutch, 1757-<br />

1806)<br />

‘The Young Mother’<br />

ink and watercolour<br />

signed and dated 1798 verso, <strong>Fine</strong> Art<br />

Society label verso<br />

24 x 23cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

285<br />

Lot 286<br />

Clifford Montague (British, 1845-1901)<br />

Hay barges off the coast<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1894<br />

28.5 x 41cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

286<br />

Lot 287<br />

After Sir Joshua Reynolds P.R.A.<br />

(British, 1723-1792)<br />

Girl with a bird<br />

oil on mahogany panel<br />

30.5 x 25cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

112


287<br />

288<br />

Lot 288<br />

Thomas Luny (British, 1759-1837)<br />

Shipping in distress along the shoreline<br />

oil on wooden panel<br />

signed and dated 1820<br />

29 x 39cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 289<br />

Alexandre Moitte (French, 1750-1828)<br />

A lady seated in parkland, further<br />

figures beyond<br />

pencil on paper<br />

dated 1786<br />

15 x 19.75cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

289<br />

Lot 290<br />

Attributed to Paul Sandby (British,<br />

1730-1809)<br />

‘A fortified bridge in a river landscape’<br />

ink and watercolour<br />

drawn at the Royal Military Academy,<br />

Woolwich, approximately 1780, to teach<br />

officers landscape drawing<br />

25 x 31cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

290<br />

113


291<br />

Lot 291<br />

Frederick Nash (British, 1782-1856)<br />

‘Kingston Pier, Sussex’ and<br />

‘Between Kingston and Shoreham,<br />

Sussex’<br />

pair of watercolours<br />

signed<br />

21.5 x 31cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

292<br />

Lot 292<br />

James Webb (English, 1825-1895)<br />

‘Off Dunkerque’<br />

watercolour<br />

35 x 47cm, housed in a later frame<br />

but with the original frame and label<br />

retained<br />

£700 - 900<br />

Lot 293<br />

Circle of Clarkson Stanfield (British,<br />

1793-1869)<br />

Fishing boats off the coast<br />

oil on canvas<br />

59 x 88cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

293<br />

114


294<br />

Lot 294<br />

19th century Italian School<br />

Portrait of a young woman standing in a<br />

landscape<br />

oil on canvas<br />

66 x 52cm<br />

Lot 295<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Edward Henry Corbould, R.I. (English, 1815-1905)<br />

Knights in armour standing beneath roundels<br />

representing Music and History & Architecture<br />

and Poetry<br />

pair of watercolours<br />

signed and inscribed ‘After Figures by Francis<br />

Corbould MD’<br />

118 x 17.5cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

295<br />

115


Lot 296<br />

James Baker Pyne (British,<br />

1800-1870)<br />

Beach scene with fisherfolk<br />

around a jetty<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

86 x 133cm<br />

Lot 298<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Attributed to Henry Howard RA<br />

(1769-1847)<br />

Aeneas and his family fleeing<br />

Troy<br />

oil on canvas<br />

110 x 137cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

116


Lot 297<br />

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

‘No 2. A Bit of The Atlantic’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1882<br />

40 x 65cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 299<br />

John Leech (British, 1817-1864)<br />

‘Hyde Park As It Will Be’<br />

pencil with watercolour<br />

illustrated; Punch’s Pocket Book 1846 frontispiece, literature; Simon<br />

Houfe, John Leech and The Victorian Scene p.56, 10.5 x 22.5cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

117


300<br />

301<br />

Lot 300<br />

John Pettie R.A., H.R.S.A. (Scottish,<br />

1839-1893)<br />

Study of a figure wearing armour<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 34 x 24cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

302<br />

Lot 301<br />

John Skinner Prout, R.I. (British,<br />

1806-1876)<br />

‘Sydney Illustrated’, Part I and Part II<br />

Illustration Lithographic Establishment,<br />

O’Connell Street, Sydney, 1842<br />

overall folio 43 x 28.5cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 302<br />

John Thomas Peele (1822-1897)<br />

Feeding the chickens<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1883<br />

55 x 85cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

303<br />

Lot 303<br />

Robert Morley (English, 1857-1941)<br />

‘A Ducking’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1892<br />

75 x 125cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

118


Lot 304<br />

Guido Schmitt (German, 1846-1884)<br />

‘The Recital’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 55 x 47cm<br />

Lot 305<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Karl Hermann Schellbach (German,<br />

1850-1921)<br />

‘The Recital’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 50 x 37cm<br />

Lot 306<br />

James Webb (British, 1825-1895)<br />

‘Putting to sea’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1888, 50 x 85cm<br />

Lot 307<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Charles Augustus Henry Lutyens (1829-<br />

1915)<br />

Venus and cherubs amongst clouds<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 76 x 113cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

304<br />

305<br />

306<br />

307<br />

119


Lot 308<br />

Richard Henry Nibbs<br />

(English, 1816–1893)<br />

‘Old Shoreham Harbour’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed, 38 x 60cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

308<br />

Lot 309<br />

Richard Henry Nibbs (English, 1816–<br />

1893)<br />

‘Colliers at Kingston Quay on the<br />

Adur’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 24 x 34cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

309<br />

Lot 310<br />

Charles Archer (British, 1855-1931)<br />

Still lifes of plums, apples, rosehips,<br />

white currants and a raspberry, and of<br />

apple, grapes and gooseberries<br />

pair of oils on canvas board<br />

signed<br />

19.5 x 24.5cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

310<br />

120


311<br />

313<br />

Lot 311<br />

Arthur John Elsley (British, 1861-1952)<br />

View of a garden and barn<br />

oil on canvas, 59 x 43.5cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 312<br />

Pierre Gustave Eugene Staal (French, 1817-1882)<br />

‘The Birth of Venus’<br />

oil on canvas, signed, 79 x 63cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

312<br />

Lot 313<br />

Guido Grimani (Italian, 1871-1933)<br />

Fishing boats off Venice<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 78 x 37cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

121


314<br />

315<br />

Lot 314<br />

Herbert William Weekes (English,<br />

1841-1914)<br />

‘Eheu Fugaces’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed, 29 x 20cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

316<br />

Lot 315<br />

Herbert William Weekes (English,<br />

1841-1914)<br />

‘Stable Friends’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed, 28 x 19cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 316<br />

André Benoît Perrachon (French, 1828-1908)<br />

Still life of flowers and fruit on a table top<br />

oil on wooden panel<br />

bears signature and date 1903<br />

37 x 54cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

122


317<br />

Lot 317<br />

19th century Continental School<br />

Portrait of a youth wearing a yellow<br />

jacket<br />

oil on wooden panel<br />

39 x 30cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

318<br />

Lot 318<br />

§ Pietro Pederzoli (Italian, 1889-1975)<br />

‘The Sketch Book’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated ‘90<br />

75 x 60cm<br />

Lot 319<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

§ Pietro Pederzoli (Italian, 1889-1975)<br />

‘The Music Lesson’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

75 x 60cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

319<br />

123


Lot 320<br />

Charles Edward Dixon, R.I.<br />

(English, 1872-1934)<br />

‘Blown Boats at Ouldon’,<br />

‘Oulton Broad’ & ‘Breydon<br />

Water’<br />

three watercolours<br />

signed and dated ‘32<br />

14 x 38cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 321<br />

Charles Edward Dixon, R.I.<br />

(English, 1872-1934)<br />

‘Woods End’ and ‘Beccles’<br />

pair of watercolours<br />

signed and dated ‘32<br />

13.5 x 38cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

124


Lot 322<br />

Charles Dixon, R.I. (English,<br />

1872-1934)<br />

HMS Elizabeth in Valetta<br />

harbour<br />

watercolour<br />

signed and dated 1928<br />

36.5 x 52.5cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 323<br />

Émile Beaussier (French,<br />

1874-1944)<br />

‘La Chartreuse Villeneuve Les<br />

Avignons’<br />

oil on board<br />

inscribed verso<br />

33 x 45cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 324<br />

Harry Floyd (American/British,<br />

1871-1917)<br />

Horses watering before a town<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated ‘87<br />

54 x 69cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

125


Lot 325<br />

Elizabeth Keith (British, 1856-1957)<br />

‘Manchu Lady of the Last Dynasty - Peking’<br />

woodblock print<br />

signed in pencil<br />

45 x 31cm, unframed<br />

Lot 326<br />

£300 - 500<br />

English School c.1900<br />

Three quarter length portrait of a young woman in<br />

riding attire<br />

oil on canvas<br />

98 x 72cm<br />

Lot 327<br />

£400 - 600<br />

David Farquarson A.R.A., A.R.S.A., R.S.W. (Scottish,<br />

1839-1907)<br />

‘A Field Road’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1877 and inscribed with the title verso<br />

76 x 51cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

126


Lot 328<br />

Walter Crane R.W.S. (English, 1845-<br />

1915)<br />

‘Yew Tree Farm, Brundish Farm,<br />

Suffolk (England, 1905)’<br />

watercolour heightened with white on<br />

board<br />

signed with monogram and dated Jan 1<br />

1905, inscribed on the reverse with the<br />

title<br />

26 x 37.5cm<br />

Lot 329<br />

§ Sir William Russell Flint R.A.,<br />

P.R.W.S. (British, 1880-1969)<br />

Reclining female nude<br />

drypoint etching<br />

signed in ink<br />

12 x 17cm<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

£600 - 800<br />

127


Lot 330<br />

William Percy French (Irish, 1854-<br />

1920)<br />

Coastal landscape at sunset<br />

watercolour<br />

initialled<br />

17 x 25cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 331<br />

William Percy French (Irish, 1854-<br />

1920)<br />

Beach scene with headland beyond<br />

watercolour<br />

initialled in ink<br />

15 x 22cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 332<br />

William Percy French (Irish, 1854-<br />

1920)<br />

Cottages in a landscape at sunset<br />

watercolour<br />

signed in ink<br />

17 x 25cm<br />

£2,500 - 3,500<br />

128


Lot 333<br />

William Percy French (Irish, 1854-<br />

1920)<br />

Sailing boat at sunset<br />

watercolour<br />

initialled in ink<br />

16 x 21cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 334<br />

William Percy French (Irish, 1854-<br />

1920)<br />

Moored boat at sunset<br />

watercolour<br />

signed in ink and dated 1908<br />

12 x 16.5cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 335<br />

William Percy French (Irish, 1854-<br />

1920)<br />

Moorland path<br />

watercolour<br />

initialled in ink<br />

16.5 x 26.5cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

129


Lot 336<br />

Edwin Byatt (English, 1888-1948)<br />

‘Saddlescombe Farm, Sussex’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

60 x 85cm<br />

Lot 337<br />

§ Ruskin Spear (English, 1911-1990)<br />

‘Rooftops’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

49.5 x 34cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

130


338<br />

339<br />

Lot 338<br />

Charles Knight (British, 1901-1990)<br />

‘Linton Falls, North Yorkshire’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed<br />

34.5 x 51cm<br />

Lot 339<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Charles Knight (British, 1901-1990)<br />

‘Pont Cyfyng’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed in ink<br />

32 x 36cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 340<br />

Charles Knight (British, 1901-1990)<br />

‘Plas-y-Eglwyseg, North Wales’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed and dated 1926, see Charles<br />

Knight by Michael Brockwayt 1952,<br />

p.55 plate no.5<br />

30.5 x 41.5cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

340<br />

Lot 341<br />

Charles Knight (British, 1901-1990)<br />

‘Rhaidar Ogwen, North Wales’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed in ink, exhibited RWS 1930<br />

36 x 47cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

341<br />

131


342<br />

Lot 342<br />

§ Duncan Grant (British, 1885-<br />

1978)<br />

Omega design for a fan<br />

oil on silk fan leaf<br />

Omega Workshop monogram<br />

46 x 85cm overall<br />

Lot 343<br />

£300 - 500<br />

§ Duncan Grant (British, 1885-<br />

1978)<br />

‘Firle Village 1965’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

44 x 39.5cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

343<br />

132


344<br />

345<br />

Lot 344<br />

Charles Johnston Payne (Snaffles) (English<br />

1884–1967)<br />

‘Come along my dear, here’s old Dead-eye on<br />

the warpath again’<br />

ink and conté crayon<br />

signed<br />

29 x 21.5cm<br />

Lot 345<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Tirzah Garwood Ravilious (English, 1908-<br />

1951)<br />

‘The Crocodile’, 1929<br />

engraving on boxwood<br />

numbered in pencil 136/500<br />

16.5 x 12.5cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 346<br />

§ Eric Slater (British,1896-1963)<br />

‘Morning Calm’<br />

woodcut<br />

signed in pencil<br />

27 x 36cm<br />

346<br />

£700 - 900<br />

133


347<br />

Lot 347<br />

§ John Anthony Park (English, 1880-1962)<br />

West Country harbour scene<br />

oil on canvas board<br />

signed<br />

31 x 39cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

348<br />

Lot 348<br />

William Howard Jarvis (English, 1903-1954)<br />

‘Castle Point, Cowes, Isle of Wight, Royal<br />

Yacht Squadron in the middle distance’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 1953 <strong>Fine</strong> Art Society label verso<br />

39 x 50cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 349<br />

Emily Beatrice Bland (English, 1864-1951)<br />

‘Littlehampton Harbour’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 44 x 60cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

349<br />

134


Lot 350<br />

§ John Anthony Park (English, 1880-<br />

1962)<br />

Sailing boats in harbour<br />

oil on board<br />

signed, 37.5 x 37.5cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

350<br />

Lot 351<br />

§ Bernard Ninnes (English, 1899-1971)<br />

Fishing boats in a Cornish harbour<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

50 x 60cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

351<br />

Lot 352<br />

§ Henry Wilkinson (English, 1921-<br />

2011)<br />

‘Springer retrieving’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

50 x 64cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

352<br />

135


353<br />

355<br />

356<br />

357<br />

354<br />

Lot 353<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John (English, 1906-<br />

1993)<br />

‘Rapallo, near Portofino, Italian Riviera’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

24 x 34cm<br />

Lot 354<br />

£600 - 800<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John (English, 1906-<br />

1993)<br />

Mediterranean landscape<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

50 x 75cm<br />

Lot 355<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John (English, 1906-<br />

1993)<br />

‘Fishing boats on a Mediterranean coast’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

34 x 70cm<br />

Lot 356<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John (English, 1906-<br />

1993)<br />

‘Dawn fishermen off French coast near St.<br />

Tropez, South of France’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

34 x 70cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

136


Lot 357<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John (English,<br />

1906-1993)<br />

‘Mediterranean flower market’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

29 x 39cm<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

Lot 358<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John (English,<br />

1906-1993)<br />

‘Temple of Augustus, La Turbie behind<br />

Monte Carlo’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

44 x 64cm<br />

Lot 359<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John (English,<br />

1906-1993)<br />

‘Shoreham Harbour, Sussex’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

35 x 71cm<br />

Lot 360<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John (English,<br />

1906-1993)<br />

‘Along the Spanish Coast, off the<br />

Costa del Sol, Spain’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

34 x 69cm<br />

Lot 361<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John (English,<br />

1906-1993)<br />

‘Along the Spanish Riviera, near<br />

Benidorm’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

inscribed verso<br />

35 x 70cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

358<br />

359<br />

360<br />

361<br />

137


362<br />

363<br />

364<br />

Lot 362<br />

§ Frederick Rowland Emett<br />

(English, 1906-1990)<br />

‘The Pen-Y-Bun & Llanfernuffin<br />

Train’<br />

pen and ink with bodycolour<br />

signed and inscribed ‘Punch Oct<br />

8th 41 To Squadron Leader L.H.F.<br />

Irving from Rowland Emmett’,<br />

Chris Beetles Exhibition label<br />

verso<br />

20 x 31.5cm<br />

Lot 363<br />

£500 - 800<br />

§ Norman Thelwell (English,<br />

1923-2004)<br />

‘Here comes Charlie! let’s have a<br />

rubber of bridge’<br />

pen and ink with zipatone and<br />

crayon<br />

signed and inscribed with the title<br />

on the mount, illustrated News<br />

Chronicle Thelwell Country 1959,<br />

p.57, Chris Beetles Exhibition label<br />

verso<br />

15.5 x 31cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

138


Lot 364<br />

§ Norman Thelwell (English, 1923-2004)<br />

‘The New Forest Pony: Due an<br />

abundance of traffic in the area - this<br />

rather narrow breed is said to be immune<br />

to the terror of modern roads’<br />

pen and ink<br />

signed, illustrated Angels on horseback -<br />

and elsewhere, 1957, p.13, Chris Beetles<br />

Exhibition label verso<br />

13 x 20cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 365<br />

§ Norman Thelwell (English, 1923-2004)<br />

‘Isn’t that your mother visiting us again?’<br />

pen, ink and monochrome watercolour<br />

signed and inscribed with the title, Chris<br />

Beetles label verso<br />

18.5 x 24.5cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

365<br />

Lot 366<br />

§ Norman Thelwell (English, 1923-2004)<br />

‘P.S. Please excuse the scribble’<br />

pen and ink<br />

signed with title inscribed on the mount,<br />

illustrated Punch July 6 1953, p.13, Chris<br />

Beetles label verso<br />

22 x 28cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 367<br />

Donald Fraser Gould McGill (British,<br />

1875-1962)<br />

‘Do you believe in love at first sight?’ ‘Do<br />

I! I’ve got to - I’m only down here for the<br />

week-end!!’<br />

watercolour with bodycolour<br />

signed, exhibited Chris Beetles, The British<br />

Art of Illustration 1800-1997 no.377<br />

19.5 x 15cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

366<br />

367<br />

139


368<br />

369<br />

370<br />

371<br />

372<br />

140


Lot 368<br />

§ Clifford Hall RBA ROI, (British, 1904-<br />

1973)<br />

Nude sleeping amongst cacti<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and dated 1972, 56 x 97cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

Lot 369<br />

Yuri Matushevski (Russian, 1930-<br />

1999)<br />

Still life of apples<br />

oil on card<br />

monogrammed, 56 x 68cm<br />

Lot 370<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Modern British<br />

Half length portrait of a young man<br />

oil on canvas, 60 x 50cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

373<br />

Lot 371<br />

§ Robert Chailloux (French, 1913-<br />

2006)<br />

‘Echinops in an alcove’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 45 x 37cm<br />

Lot 372<br />

§ Robert Chailloux (French, 1913-<br />

2006)<br />

‘The Open Door’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed, 26 x 34cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 373<br />

Norman Hepple, R.A. (1908-1994)<br />

‘Interior’ 1959<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1959, by repute<br />

commissioned for the offices of the<br />

National Coal Board<br />

50 x 75cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 374<br />

Karl Hagedorn, R.B.A., R.S.M.A. (English, 1889-1969)<br />

Interior<br />

oil on canvas, signed, Exhibited Walker, Art Gallery, Liverpool,<br />

number 322 and New English Arts Club, 75 x 62cm<br />

374<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

141


375<br />

376<br />

377<br />

378<br />

Lot 375<br />

Amy Katherine Browning ROI SWA (English,<br />

1882-1970)<br />

Portrait of Hester Wood (Harvey Cleminson)<br />

oil on canvas<br />

inscribed verso, (head cut from a larger portrait)<br />

36 x 28cm<br />

Lot 376<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Romain de Tirtoff Erté (Russian-French, 1892-<br />

1990)<br />

Erte Exhibition Grosvenor Gallery 1982<br />

lithograph<br />

signed by the artist, with presentation inscription<br />

‘To Lydia and Peter with many thanks for your<br />

beautiful things’<br />

82 x 61cm<br />

Lot 377<br />

§ George Hooper (British, 1910-1994)<br />

House and barn<br />

oil on canvas<br />

initialled and dated ‘73<br />

50 x 60cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

£400 - 600<br />

142


379<br />

Lot 378<br />

§ George Hooper (British, 1910-1994)<br />

Study of a watermelon and blue jug<br />

oil on canvas<br />

initialled<br />

30 x 46cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

380<br />

Lot 379<br />

§ George Hooper (British, 1910-1994)<br />

Abstract landscape<br />

oil on canvas<br />

monogrammed<br />

51 x 61cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 380<br />

George Hooper (British, 1910-1994)<br />

Garden viewed through French doors<br />

watercolour and gouache<br />

initialled<br />

78 x 53cm<br />

£200 - 300<br />

381<br />

Lot 381<br />

§ Earl Haig O.B.E., A.R.S.A (Scottish, 1918-<br />

2009)<br />

House and trees in a landscape<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

70 x 90cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

143


382<br />

383<br />

385<br />

384<br />

386<br />

387<br />

144


Lot 382<br />

§ Edward Seago R.B.A., A.R.W.S., R.W.S.<br />

(British, 1910-1974)<br />

‘The Yacht Basin, Dordrecht’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed in pencil, Colnaghi & Co label verso<br />

26 x 37.5cm<br />

Lot 383<br />

Konstantin Razumov (Russian, b.1974)<br />

‘The Painter’s Model’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

33 x 23cm<br />

Lot 384<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

§ Robert Chailloux (French, 1913-2006)<br />

Still life of cherries in a jar and bowl beside a<br />

glass jug<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

26 x 34cm<br />

Lot 385<br />

§ Robert Chailloux (French, 1913-2006)<br />

‘Cottage doorway’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

26 x 34cm<br />

388<br />

£500 - 700<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 386<br />

§ Robert Louis Banks (1911-2001)<br />

‘Via Cartolari, Perugia’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed and numbered 405<br />

99 x 66cm<br />

Lot 387<br />

§ Gabriel Deschamps (French, 1919-2011)<br />

‘Printemps’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

70 x 90cm<br />

Lot 388<br />

§ Jules René Hervé (French, 1887-1981)<br />

French street scene with picture sellers<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

37 x 45cm<br />

Lot 389<br />

£400 - 600<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

§ George Charles Robin (French, 1903-2003)<br />

‘Entrevaux Balmes Alpes Aout 1954’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

32 x 40cm<br />

389<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

145


Lot 390<br />

§ Laurence Stephen Lowry R.A.<br />

(English, 1887-1976)<br />

‘Market scene in a Northern town’<br />

offset lithograph<br />

signed in pencil and blindstamped, ed.<br />

750, published by Patrick Seale Prints<br />

Ltd., London, in collaboration with<br />

Salford Museum and Art Gallery, 1973<br />

46 x 61cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

390<br />

394<br />

391<br />

393<br />

392<br />

146


Lot 391<br />

§ Laurence Stephen Lowry R.A. (English, 1887-<br />

1976)<br />

‘Group of children’<br />

offset lithograph<br />

signed in pencil, from the edition of 850, printed by<br />

Chorley Pickersgill Ltd., Leeds, published by the<br />

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

blindstamp<br />

17.5 x 19cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 392<br />

§ Laurence Stephen Lowry R.A. (English, 1887-<br />

1976)<br />

‘Street scene’<br />

offset lithograph<br />

signed in pencil and blindstamped for the <strong>Fine</strong> Art<br />

Trade Guild, 25 x 20cm<br />

Lot 393<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

§ Laurence Stephen Lowry R.A. (English, 1887-<br />

1976)<br />

‘The Lonely House’<br />

offset lithograph<br />

signed in pencil and blindstamped by The <strong>Fine</strong> Art<br />

Trade Guild, published in 1974 by Venture Prints<br />

26.5 x 50cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

395<br />

Lot 394<br />

§ Laurence Stephen Lowry R.A. (English, 1887-<br />

1976)<br />

‘Landscape with farm buildings’<br />

offset lithograph<br />

signed in pencil with the <strong>Fine</strong> Art Trade Guild<br />

blindstamp, published in 1974 by Venture Prints<br />

40 x 50cm<br />

Lot 395<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Mikhail Alexandrovich Shaposhnikov (Ukrainian,<br />

1909-1989)<br />

Still life of apples in a bowl upon a table top<br />

oil on card<br />

signed and dated ‘67<br />

67 x 58cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 396<br />

§ John Miller (British, 1931-2002)<br />

‘Sunrise’<br />

gouache<br />

signed on the mount<br />

30 x 25cm<br />

396<br />

£500 - 700<br />

147


397<br />

Lot 397<br />

§ Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe<br />

(English, 1901-1979)<br />

Geese on the shoreline<br />

watercolour heightened with white<br />

signed<br />

32 x 66cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

398<br />

Lot 398<br />

§ Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe<br />

(English, 1901-1979)<br />

‘Caught in the Headlights’<br />

pen, ink and black ink washes<br />

22 x 30cm<br />

£3,000 - 4,000<br />

Lot 399<br />

§ Frank Wootton (English, 1914-<br />

1998)<br />

‘The stricken tree’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

50 x 75cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

399<br />

Lot 400<br />

§ Mary Adshead (English, 1904-1997)<br />

‘Out of the Thicket’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

180 x 76cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

148


402<br />

Lot 401<br />

§ Harold Mockford (English, 1932-<strong>2023</strong>)<br />

‘Firle Beacon’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 2001 verso<br />

39 x 50cm<br />

Lot 402<br />

§ Anthony Whishaw RA (English, 1930-)<br />

‘Blue still life’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed, 122 x 239cm<br />

401<br />

£600 - 800<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

400<br />

149


403<br />

404<br />

Lot 403<br />

Ronald Brooks Kitaj (American, 1932-2007)<br />

‘Sleeping Fires 1975’<br />

lithograph on handmade Wookey Hole paper<br />

signed in pencil and numbered AP XV/XIX<br />

52 x 39cm<br />

Lot 404<br />

£600 - 800<br />

§ Henry Moore O.M., C.H. (English, 1898-1986)<br />

Seated figures, 1957<br />

colour lithograph<br />

signed in pencil, 132/200, Printed by Mourlot,<br />

Paris. Published by Berggruen & Cie., Paris.<br />

53.5 x 36cm<br />

Lot 405<br />

§ Fred Cuming R.A. (British, 1930-2022)<br />

‘Small nude’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed with Brandler Galleries label verso<br />

19 x 14cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

405<br />

150


Lot 406<br />

406<br />

Henry Mee (English, b.1955)<br />

Seated female nude<br />

oil on canvas<br />

36 x 28.5cm, in the original frame made and supplied by the artist<br />

with artist’s plaque to the back<br />

£400 - 600<br />

407<br />

Lot 407<br />

Henry Mee (English, b.1955)<br />

Seated female nude<br />

oil on canvas<br />

36 x 28.5cm, in the original frame supplied by the artist with artist’s<br />

plaque verso<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 408<br />

§ Clive Barker (English, b. 1940)<br />

The Critic Writes<br />

chrome-plated bronze<br />

signed, inscribed, dated and numbered ‘THE/CRITIC WRITES/<br />

CLIVE BARKER/1970 3/5’ (on the underside)<br />

29.5cm high. Conceived in 1970 and cast in an edition of 5.<br />

Literature: A.J. Fermon, M. Livingstone, Clive Barker, Catalogue<br />

Raisonné 1958-2000, London, 2002, p. 106, no. 123.<br />

See Christie’s, Lot 173 March 22, 2012 for the sale of another cast<br />

from this edition.<br />

£500 - 800<br />

408<br />

151


409<br />

Lot 409<br />

410<br />

Tim Jones (b.1962)<br />

Design for a mural for a swimming baths<br />

watercolour and gouache<br />

signed in pencil and dated 1982<br />

57 x 90cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 410<br />

§ Hazel Soan (British, 1954-)<br />

‘Mind and body, heart and soul, Cape Town 96’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

76 x 56cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 411<br />

§ Raymond Campbell (English, 1956-)<br />

‘Chateau Leoville 1995 ‘<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

39 x 29.5cm<br />

£700 - 900<br />

411<br />

152


414<br />

412<br />

Lot 412<br />

§ Sir Roger de Grey, P.R.A. (English, 1918-1995)<br />

‘The Canal, Marennes, 1989’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

121 x 101cm<br />

Lot 413<br />

£2,500 - 3,000<br />

§ Dennis Henry Osborne HRUA (1919-2016)<br />

‘Ships in dry dock’<br />

tempera on board<br />

signed<br />

56.5 x 36cm<br />

Lot 414<br />

§ John Bratby R.A. (English, 1928-1992)<br />

‘The Cliffs at Birling Gap’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

Modern British Art label verso<br />

46 x 36cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

413<br />

153


415<br />

418<br />

Lot 415<br />

§ Edward Hersey (English, b.1948)<br />

Friesians and windmill beside a<br />

cornfield<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated ‘85, 50 x 60cm<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

416<br />

Lot 416<br />

§ Edward Hersey (English, b.1948)<br />

Barn in a landscape<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 45 x 55cm<br />

Lot 417<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

§ Ken Howard OBE, RA, RWS, RWA,<br />

ROI, PPNEAC (British, 1932-2022)<br />

Northern Irish street scene<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and dated ‘71, 43 x 62.5cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

417<br />

Lot 418<br />

§ David McClure R.S.A., R.S.W.<br />

(Scottish, 1926-1998)<br />

Table top still life<br />

oil on board<br />

signed, 38 x 28cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

154


420<br />

Lot 419<br />

419<br />

§ Craigie Ronald John Aitchison C.B.E.,<br />

R.A. (British, 1926-2009)<br />

Still-life with Bird Vase (Peck 47)<br />

screenprint in colours, 2004<br />

on Saunders Waterford wove paper, signed,<br />

dated and numbered 98/300 in pencil verso<br />

(there were also 50 artist’s proofs), printed by<br />

Advanced Graphics, London, loose as issued,<br />

within the blue linen binder and slipcase, with<br />

the accompanying book ‘Craigie Aitchison:<br />

Pictures’,<br />

sheet 280x 22cm. Volume 30.5 x 26 cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 420<br />

§ Gerald Wilde (1905-1986)<br />

‘Street Scene (2)’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated ’47, 63 x 76cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 421<br />

§ Adrian Berg R.A., (British, 1929-2011)<br />

Extensive landscape<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed verso and dated ‘83<br />

182 x 132cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

421<br />

155


422<br />

423<br />

Lot 422<br />

§ Dan Baldwin (British, b.1972)<br />

‘Cheap, dirty flowers, No.19’<br />

acrylic on board<br />

initialled and dated ‘01, inscribed verso<br />

with title, date 2000 and artist’s signature<br />

97 x 102cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 423<br />

§ Jo Brocklehurst (British, 1935-2006)<br />

‘Punk girl in red dress’<br />

mixed media on paper<br />

signed and dated 1982<br />

83 x 58cm<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

424<br />

Lot 424<br />

§ Jo Brocklehurst (British, 1935-2006)<br />

‘Reclining Buddhist punk’<br />

pastel on paper<br />

signed and dated 1981<br />

58.5 x 82.5cm<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

156


426<br />

425<br />

Lot 425<br />

Fabian Perez (Argentinian, b.1967)<br />

‘Marcus with hat and cigarette’<br />

watercolour on paper<br />

signed<br />

40 x 29.5cm<br />

Lot 426<br />

Fabian Perez (Argentinian, b.1967)<br />

‘Venice’<br />

watercolour on paper<br />

signed<br />

34 x 34cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

427<br />

Lot 427<br />

§ Liam Powys Hanley (Welsh, 1933-2019)<br />

‘Steep Bank’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated ‘85<br />

76 x 71cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

157


428<br />

Lot 428<br />

§ Rowland Hilder (English, 1905-1993)<br />

‘Dungeness, Shell Bird Sanctuaries’<br />

ink, watercolour and gouache<br />

signed<br />

50 x 69cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 429<br />

§ Martin Kane (Scottish, b.1958)<br />

‘Untitled Commission’ 1990/91<br />

oil on canvas,<br />

signed and dated verso<br />

121.5 x 90.5cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

429<br />

158


430<br />

431<br />

Lot 430<br />

Toshiko Okanoue (Japanese, b.1928)<br />

‘Fantasy 1953’<br />

Platinum Palladium print<br />

Osborne Samuel label verso<br />

32 x 28cm<br />

Lot 431<br />

Roy Lichtenstein (American, 1923-1997)<br />

‘GRRRRRRRRRRR!!’ 1965<br />

offset colour lithograph on wove paper<br />

signed in ink<br />

70 x 58cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 432<br />

§ Terry Frost (British, 1915-2003)<br />

‘Orchard Black 1997’<br />

colour etching<br />

signed in pencil, dated ‘97, 28/30<br />

58 x 59cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

432<br />

159


433<br />

434<br />

Lot 433<br />

§ Michael Richard Ladd Canney (British, 1923-<br />

1999)<br />

‘Coastal, 1965’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and dated ‘65 verso, Belgrave Gallery of St<br />

Ives Exhibition labels verso<br />

18 x 30cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,500<br />

Lot 434<br />

§ David Hockney RA (British b.1937)<br />

‘Olympische Spiele München 1972›<br />

offset lithograph on thin wove<br />

from an open edition, commissioned for the 1972<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> Olympic Games<br />

102 x 64cm, unframed<br />

£600 - 800<br />

160


SILVER & VERTU<br />

At approx. 2.30pm.<br />

435 - 515<br />

468<br />

161


435<br />

436<br />

437<br />

438 439<br />

162


440<br />

441<br />

Lot 435<br />

A Queen Anne silver mug, by Richard Bayley?,<br />

with banded girdle and engraved armorial, London,<br />

1708, height 14.5cm, 19oz.<br />

Lot 436<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A George II silver baluster mug, by Edward<br />

Aldridge I, with later engraved armorial and date,<br />

London, 1741, height 12.1cm, 11.1oz.<br />

Lot 437<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A George II Scottish silver sauce boat by Edward<br />

Lothian, with engraved armorial and motto, the<br />

border and spout with chased foliate and scroll<br />

decoration, on three hoof feet, Edinburgh, 1746,<br />

length 19cm, 6.2oz.<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 439<br />

A George II silver coffee pot, by Thomas<br />

Whipham, of tapering form, with engraved armorial,<br />

London, 1746, height 24.5cm, gross weight 29.4oz.<br />

(a.f.)<br />

Lot 440<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A George II silver salver, maker’s mark RP, of<br />

shaped circular form, with engraved armorial, on<br />

four scroll feet, London, 1735, 33.2cm, 40.2oz.<br />

Lot 441<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A late George II silver baluster tankard, by<br />

Thomas Whipham & Charles Wright, with domed<br />

cover, pierced shell thumbpiece and s-scroll handle,<br />

London, 1758, height 22.4cm, 33.2oz.<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 438<br />

A George II silver baluster small mug, by Richard<br />

Bayley, with s-scroll handle and engraved initials to<br />

the base, London 1740, height 92mm, 8.1oz.<br />

£200 - 300<br />

163


442<br />

443<br />

445<br />

444<br />

446<br />

164


447<br />

448<br />

Lot 442<br />

A George II provincial silver mug, by John<br />

Langlands, with s-scroll handle, Newcastle, 1747,<br />

height 11.8cm, 10.1oz.<br />

Lot 443<br />

£250 - 300<br />

An early George II silver salver, by Ebenezer<br />

Coker, of shaped circular form, with shell and scroll<br />

border and engraved armorial, on three scroll feet,<br />

London, 1764, diameter 33cm, 32.3oz.<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 444<br />

A George II embossed silver tea kettle on stand,<br />

with burner, by Francis Crump, with bird mask<br />

spout, rattan handle and decorated with birds<br />

and flowers amongst scrolls, the stand on tripod<br />

supports, London, 1744, height 35cm, gross weight<br />

67.2oz. (a.f.)<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 445<br />

A George III silver baluster mug, by Thomas<br />

Wallis I, with acanthus leaf capped s-scroll handle,<br />

London, 1776, height 12cm, 10.6oz.<br />

Lot 446<br />

£250 - 300<br />

A George III silver teapot, by Robert Sharp, of<br />

plain octagonal form, London, 1796, length 26cm,<br />

17.5oz.<br />

Lot 447<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A George II silver baluster tankard, with later<br />

embossed decoration, by Robert Albin Cox, with<br />

open work thumbpiece and foliate scroll decoration,<br />

London, 1756, lid maker’s mark for William<br />

Cripps??, height 19.7cm, 23.4oz.<br />

Lot 448<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A George III pierced silver oval bread basket, by<br />

Charles Aldridge & Henry Green, with engraved<br />

crest and swag and paterae decoration, on pierced<br />

oval foot, London, 1782, length 36.5cm, 41oz.<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

165


449<br />

450<br />

452<br />

451<br />

453<br />

166


455<br />

Lot 449<br />

A pair of George III silver mounted wine<br />

coasters, by William Plummer, with wavy rope<br />

twist border, engraved armorial and wire work and<br />

fruiting vine gallery, London, 1767/8, diameter<br />

10.8cm, with turned wooden bases.<br />

Lot 450<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A George III silver salver, by John Crouch I and<br />

Thomas Hannam, of shaped circular form, with<br />

beaded border and engraved armorial, on three<br />

claw and ball feet, London, 1773, diameter 30.3cm,<br />

28.2oz.<br />

Lot 451<br />

454<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A George III silver gilt pedestal sugar vase and<br />

cover, by William Bateman?, with pineapple finial,<br />

on pierced diamond shaped foot, London, 1815,<br />

height 24.8cm, 16.2oz, together with an unmarked<br />

sifter spoon.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 452<br />

A set of three late George III Paul Storr silver<br />

Coburg pattern teaspoons, 14.3cm, 3.8oz.<br />

Lot 453<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A George III mother of pearl mounted gold fruit<br />

knife, unmarked, closed 73mm.<br />

Lot 454<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A pair of George III silver candlesticks by John<br />

& Thomas Settle, with waisted stems, on circular<br />

bases, Sheffield, 1825, height 27.9cm, weighted.<br />

Lot 455<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A George III Irish silver double snuff box, by<br />

Richard Sawyer, of concave form and engraved<br />

with foliage and hinged cover with chariot scene,<br />

Dublin, 1811, 85mm, 91 grams.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

167


456<br />

458<br />

459<br />

460<br />

461<br />

457<br />

168


462<br />

Lot 456<br />

A George III Scottish chased silver oval three<br />

piece tea set and teapot stand, by William &<br />

Patrick Cunningham, with engraved initials,<br />

Edinburgh, 1802, gross weight 27.7oz. (a.f.)<br />

Lot 457<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A 19th century French part silver campaign<br />

set, comprising a folding knife, fork and spoon,<br />

marks for Hippolyte Thomas, circa 1845-1855, in<br />

brass mounted wooden case, 16cm.<br />

Lot 458<br />

£450 - 550<br />

A 19th century French silver gilt three piece<br />

folding cutlery set with mascaroon green man<br />

decoration, fork 20cm.<br />

Lot 459<br />

£450 - 550<br />

A George III silver rococo style inverted pear<br />

shaped pedestal teapot by Robert Garrard I,<br />

embossed with foliate scroll decoration and figural<br />

finial and caryatid handle, London, 1808, 33.2oz.<br />

Ivory submission reference: VYTDEQ4D<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 460<br />

A George IV silver melon shaped coffee pot and<br />

matching tea pot by The Barnards, with thistle leaf<br />

finials and leaf and flower head decoration, on four<br />

scroll feet, London, 1829/30, gross 56.5oz. Ivory<br />

submission reference: LV9XF7VN and 3LSSAAB7<br />

Lot 461<br />

£600 - 800<br />

An ornate Victorian silver oval inkstand,<br />

by Henry Wilkinson & Co, with foliate scroll<br />

border, two mounted glass wells and detachable<br />

chamberstick, lacking extinguisher, Sheffield, 1847,<br />

length 27.3cm, 15.1oz.<br />

Lot 462<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A rare set of twelve George III provincial Scottish<br />

silver Old English pattern table spoons, by David<br />

Isat, Banff, with engraved monograms, 22cm, 20oz.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

169


463<br />

465<br />

464<br />

466<br />

467<br />

170


Lot 463<br />

An early Victorian engine turned silver and inset<br />

moss agate box and cover, by Sampson Mordan<br />

I, of rectangular form, with canted corners and<br />

foliate borders, London, 1842, 15.1cm, gross weight<br />

20.7oz.<br />

Lot 464<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A pair of Victorian silver mounted candlesticks,<br />

by Frederick Elkington, with knopped waisted<br />

stems and engraved armorial and monogram,<br />

Birmingham, 1869, height 29.8cm, weighted.<br />

Lot 465<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A good Victorian silver four branch, five light<br />

candelabrum, by R & S Garrard & Co, with<br />

Corinthian column stems, on square bases with<br />

swag and paterae decoration, London, 1865, height<br />

60cm, weighted base, arms 83.6oz.<br />

Lot 466<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

A George IV silver melon shaped pedestal<br />

teapot, by Joseph Angell I, with rose finial, on<br />

lobed foot, London, 1825, length 28cm, gross weight<br />

21oz. Ivory submission reference: 291WDB4E<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Lot 467<br />

A cased Victorian silver four piece tea and coffee<br />

service by Daniel & Charles Houle, of baluster<br />

and squat circular form and engraved with birds<br />

and foliage, London, 1870, together with a later<br />

associated silver spoon, gross weight 76.7oz, in<br />

fitted two handled oak box (two items missing). Ivory<br />

submission reference: UWH2JFFV and BY7FYGG1<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

468<br />

Lot 468<br />

A good Victorian silver gilt mounted etched<br />

glass claret jug, by Goldsmiths Alliance, with<br />

grotesque beast handle and pierced fret work<br />

mount, the glass with foliate decoration, on a circular<br />

beaded foot, London, 1877, height 36.5cm.<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

171


469<br />

470<br />

471<br />

472<br />

475<br />

473 474<br />

476<br />

172


Lot 473<br />

The London Scottish Rifles. A Victorian silver<br />

hip flask, Frederick Bradford McCrea, London,<br />

1886, applied with the Regimental arms, with cup<br />

base, 12.5cm, 128 grams.<br />

£250 - 300<br />

Lot 469<br />

The Royal Scots Greys. An Edwardian silver<br />

Regimental inkstand. Hamilton & Inches,<br />

Edinburgh 1906, with six dished cartouches<br />

engraved with ‘Waterloo’, thistles and the<br />

Regimental arms ‘Nemo Me Impune Lacessit’,<br />

diameter 29.5cm, 29oz.<br />

Lot 470<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

The Royal Scots Greys. A Victorian Scottish<br />

silver hotwater pot, Hamilton & Inches,<br />

Edinburgh, 1882, engraved with the Regimental<br />

arms and inscribed ‘Presented by/Lieuts. Hamley,<br />

Crabbie & Marshall/ to Mr Shore/in remembrance<br />

of good sport/with the Duke of Buccleuch’s<br />

Hounds/1883-1885’, height 18.3cm, gross weight<br />

14.7oz. Ivory submission reference: 32JRPMXY<br />

Lot 471<br />

£300 - 500<br />

The Finsbury Rifles. An Edwardian silver and<br />

antler horn gimballed table lighter, retailed<br />

by Asprey & Co, London, 1907, inscribed ‘To<br />

The Officers of the Finsbury Rifles/from Major<br />

A.H.Chifferiel/1922’, 51cm.<br />

Lot 472<br />

477<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). A George<br />

V silver presentation bugle, H.Potter & Co.,<br />

London, 1938, with applied Regimental arms and<br />

engraved with the notes of a bugle call and inscribed<br />

‘DOUGLAS 14th MAY 1689-1939/Presented by the<br />

Members Cameronian/Memorial Club to the Ist Batt,<br />

The/Cameronians on the 250th Anniversary/of the<br />

Raising of the Regiment’, 27.9cm, 24.4oz.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 474<br />

Lieutenant-General Sir Charles Craufurd<br />

Fraser VC KCB. A Victorian V.C. Winner’s silver<br />

mounted cigarette case, 11th Hussars, Edward<br />

H Stockwell, London, 1868, engraved and pierced<br />

with the 11th Hussars arms combined with his<br />

initials, a coronet and scrolling foliate motifs, 89mm.<br />

Lot 475<br />

£500 - 700<br />

The Worcestershire Regiment. A Victorian<br />

Regimental presentation silver inkstand, John<br />

Newton Mappin, London, 1892, with inscription,<br />

‘Presented to/Major H.Everard by Officers Past and<br />

Present/of the 29th (Worcestershire) Regiment/<br />

in Appreciation of his Labours/in Compiling and<br />

Publishing/The History of The Regiment’, 34.8cm,<br />

53.4oz.<br />

Lot 476<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

The Battle of Leipzig, 1813. A George I silver<br />

kettle with presentation inscription, Benjamin<br />

Godfrey, London, 1718, of globular form with rattan<br />

covered swing handle and hinged cover, the upper<br />

part of the body flat chased with strapwork, foliage<br />

and shells, inscribed ‘From Edward Solly to Charles<br />

Wood/in Commemoration of their Fellowship/at the<br />

Memorable Battle of Leipzig/of the 16th, 18th & 19th<br />

Oct. 1813’, height 23.4cm, gross weight 35.9oz.<br />

Lot 477<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

The Somerset Light Infantry. A George V<br />

Sergeants Mess oak cigar box, with the<br />

Regimental arms and plaque inscribed ‘Presented<br />

to/ The W.O.S. SERGTS & SERGTS/1/4TH<br />

SOMERSET, L.I./by LT.COL.W.C.COX/XMAS 1915’,<br />

retailed by the Army & Navy, 36.8cm.<br />

£150 - 200<br />

173


480<br />

479<br />

478<br />

482<br />

481<br />

483<br />

485<br />

484<br />

174


Lot 478<br />

A Victorian chased 15ct gold telescopic<br />

pencil made by Sampson Mordan in 1852 in<br />

commemoration of the death of the Duke of<br />

Wellington, 11.2cm.<br />

Lot 479<br />

£600 - 800<br />

An early Victorian silver ‘castle top’ card case by<br />

Nathaniel Mills, depicting Windsor and Warwick<br />

castles, in fitted case, Birmingham, 1841, 92mm,<br />

63 grams.<br />

Lot 480<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

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

silver teapot, by Luen Wo, Shanghai, length<br />

22cm, gross weight 21.1oz.Ivory submission<br />

reference: AJRF36P2<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Lot 481<br />

A 19th century Austro-Hungarian silver gilt and<br />

polychrome enamel rectangular trinket box, with<br />

guilloche enamel decoration and inset ivory panel<br />

painted with the bust of a lady, makers mark AkK?,<br />

width 93mm, gross weight 7.6oz. Ivory submission<br />

reference: CFS196E6<br />

Lot 482<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A 19th century French part engine turned silver<br />

and guilloche enamelled circular box, with<br />

painted portrait signed Ribot, (Theodule-Augustine<br />

Ribot 1823-1891), diameter 85mm, 190 grams.<br />

Lot 483<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An early Victorian silver gilt handled dagger and<br />

scabbard by Joseph Wilmore, embossed with<br />

foliate scroll decoration, Birmingham, 1843, 37cm.<br />

Lot 484<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

An early Victorian silver four piece tea and<br />

coffee service, by John & George Angell, London,<br />

1843, coffee pot height 26.3cm, gross weight<br />

72.6oz. Ivory submission reference: LYP73T4L and<br />

6T9WCLCH<br />

£1,200 - 1,500<br />

Lot 485<br />

A pair of late Victorian silver Corinthian column<br />

candlesticks, by William Hutton & Sons,<br />

on stepped square base with beaded borders,<br />

Sheffield, 1900, 29.5cm, weighted.<br />

Lot 486<br />

486<br />

£400 - 600<br />

After Theodore Dietrich. A late 19th century<br />

Russian 84 zolotnik silver bust of Nicholas I, in<br />

the uniform of a Chevalier Garde, assay master<br />

Alessandro Timofeyevich Shevyakov, master<br />

Ivan Morozov, St. Petersburg, 1896, height 32cm,<br />

40.3oz.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

175


487<br />

488<br />

489<br />

490<br />

491<br />

492<br />

493<br />

494<br />

176


Lot 487<br />

A pair of late Victorian silver seven bar toast<br />

racks by John Samuel Hunt (Hunt & Roskell late<br />

Storr & Mortimer), with engraved crests and ring<br />

handles, London, 1888, length 16.2cm, 25.3oz.<br />

Lot 488<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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

sterling silver four piece tea and coffee service<br />

and matching oval tea tray, three teaspoons<br />

and a tea strainer, by Tack Hing, Hong Kong,<br />

with engraved bamboo decoration, tray 47cm,<br />

gross weight 98.2oz. Ivory submission reference:<br />

FMPGUW5Q and FY7HQ8LB<br />

Provenance: The owner’s parents lived in Hong<br />

Kong before 1940 when they purchased this vase,<br />

thence by family descent.<br />

Lot 489<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

An Edwardian silver oval tray tea tray, by Barker<br />

Brothers, with fluted border, inset handles and<br />

engraved with vacant cartouche, Birmingham, 1903,<br />

52.3cm, 68.7oz.<br />

Lot 490<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An Edwardian demi-fluted silver tea kettle on<br />

stand with burner, with matching pedestal coffee<br />

pot and hot water pot, by Barker Brothers, with<br />

engraved inscriptions, 1908/9, tea kettle height<br />

32.2cm, gross weight 82.9oz.<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 491<br />

A late Victorian oak cased demi-fluted oval silver<br />

three piece tea set, by Martin, Hall & Co, lacking<br />

spoon, London, 1889/90, gross weight 28.8oz, (box<br />

a.f.)<br />

Lot 492<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A large Victorian silver oval two handled tea tray,<br />

by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co, with engraved foliate<br />

scroll decoration and harebell and beaded border,<br />

London, 1900, 74.8cm over handles, 126.5oz.<br />

Lot 493<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

An Edwardian silver salver, by Barker Brothers,<br />

with engraved inscription relating to the<br />

Stowbridge Golf Club, with shell and scroll border,<br />

on three scroll feet, Chester, 1909, 38cm, 38.4oz.<br />

Lot 494<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A matched set of four Victorian and later silver<br />

candlesticks, by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd,<br />

with waisted knopped stems, two pairs, Sheffield,<br />

1900 and Birmingham, 1935, approx. 20cm, all<br />

weighted.<br />

Lot 495<br />

495<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An ornate Edwardian silver rectangular inkstand,<br />

by Mappin & Webb, with two mounted glass wells<br />

and central pen wipe, the pierced foliate scroll apron<br />

with caryatid corners, London, 1903, 36cm, gross<br />

68oz.<br />

£500 - 800<br />

177


496<br />

497<br />

498<br />

499<br />

501<br />

500<br />

178


502<br />

Lot 496<br />

A pair of late Victorian engraved silver teapot<br />

stands, by Hunt & Roskell (ex Storr & Mortimer),<br />

with inswept corners and engraved crest, on four<br />

fluted tapering feet, London, 1895, length 17.4cm,<br />

12.2oz.<br />

Lot 497<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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

pierced silver bowl, by Wang Hing, Hong Kong,<br />

with ruby glass liner, decorated with dragons,<br />

diameter 11.4cm, 154 grams.<br />

Lot 498<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese three piece silver bachelor’s tea set,<br />

by TC, decorated with dragon and one other<br />

similar Chinese silver two handled sugar bowl<br />

and cover, maker Sing Fat? and an odd cover,<br />

gross 26.4 grams. Ivory submission reference:<br />

7GMMKUDX<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 499<br />

A Chinese embossed white metal mug, now<br />

converted to a jug, maker possibly LC or LO,<br />

with dragon handle and decorated with continuous<br />

battle scene, height 13cm, 11.1oz.<br />

Lot 500<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An early 20th century Chinese pierced silver<br />

circular bowl, decorated with dragons, character<br />

marks to the base and side of foot, diameter<br />

18.3cm, 10.9oz.<br />

Lot 501<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An Edwardian silver baluster chocolate pot, on<br />

stand with burner, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths<br />

Co Ltd, with later? turned wooden handle, London,<br />

1906, height 29cm, gross weight 32,8oz.<br />

Lot 502<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A large early 20th century Danish silver oval<br />

punch bowl, by Aage Valdemar Dragsted, with<br />

wavy border and embossed with swags, wreaths<br />

and vacant cartouches, on an oval foot, dated for<br />

1912, length 51.4cm, 85.6oz.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

179


503<br />

504<br />

505<br />

506<br />

507<br />

510<br />

180


509<br />

Lot 503<br />

A George V Arts & Crafts planished silver two<br />

handled oval bowl by Omar Ramsden, with<br />

embossed Celtic rose decoration, 20.1cm, 9.5oz.<br />

Lot 504<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A George V Arts & Crafts planished silver boat<br />

shaped dish, by Omar Ramsden, with fluted<br />

terminals, on four rectangular block feet, London,<br />

1934, 25.3cm, 6.8oz.<br />

Lot 505<br />

£700 - 900<br />

A cased set of three George V Arts & Crafts<br />

planished silver spoons by Omar Ramsden, with<br />

floral terminals, two with thistle and one with lily?,<br />

London, 1932, 14.6cm, 3.8oz, in an Omar Ramsden<br />

fitted box.<br />

Lot 506<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A late Victorian Art Nouveau Liberty & Co silver<br />

and enamel inkstand, of rectangular form, with<br />

raised cut handles and central enamel on copper<br />

inkwell, Birmingham, 1900, inkwell mount unmarked<br />

and possibly associated?, the well interior with<br />

indistinct monogram, width 18.5cm, stand 5.5oz.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 507<br />

An Asprey & Co. silver plated and green glass<br />

novelty cocktail shaker in the form of a lantern,<br />

with wood handle, internal strainer, stopper and<br />

beaker as cover, stamped maker’s marks, Rd. no.<br />

862460, model no. 6331, 27cm.<br />

Lot 508<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

An Asprey & Co silver plated novelty ‘Bell’<br />

cocktail shaker, circa 1930, with ‘prov patent’<br />

number ‘12739 / 37’, also incuse number ‘3447’,<br />

modelled as a hand bell, the handle unscrewing to<br />

add the ingredients, and the handle tip unscrewing<br />

for the pour, height 28cm.<br />

Lot 509<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A 1930’s four piece silver tea set, by F.C.<br />

Richards, of baluster form with banded girdle,<br />

1935/6, coffee pot, 23.3cm, gross weight 55.2oz.<br />

Lot 510<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A pair of George V Hukin & Heath silver mounted<br />

glass lockable decanters and stoppers, with<br />

padlock and key, of rectangular form, Birmingham,<br />

1911/12, height 20.9cm.<br />

508<br />

£500 - 800<br />

181


513<br />

511<br />

514<br />

515<br />

Lot 511<br />

A good pair of George V silver four branch<br />

five light candelabra, by Elkington & Co., with<br />

waisted knopped stems and acanthus leaf capped<br />

arms, with interchangeable branches, Sheffield,<br />

1910, overall height 53.4cm, weighted, arms weight<br />

101.2oz, with plated finials.<br />

Lot 512<br />

512<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A pair of George VI silver mounted glass<br />

decanters and stoppers, by Adie Bros, presented<br />

to Mr. J.M. Gordon, to celebrate fifty five<br />

years with the D’Oyly Carte Opera Company,<br />

Birmingham, 1938, height 27.5cm.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 513<br />

A pair of Elizabeth II Adam style silver<br />

candlesticks, by Barker Ellis Silver Co, on square<br />

bases, Birmingham, 1973, height 31.2cm, weighted.<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 514<br />

An Elizabeth II Guild of Handcrafts planished<br />

silver beaker, with applied rat, and engraved<br />

inscription, London, 1984, height 63mm, 142 grams.<br />

Lot 515<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An Elizabeth II Guild of Handcrafts planished<br />

silver rat tail spoon with applied rat verso, with<br />

engraved monogram, London, 1987, 14.5cm, 47<br />

grams.<br />

£300 - 400<br />

182


WATCHES, JEWELLERY,<br />

COINS & MEDALS<br />

At approx. 3.15pm<br />

516-667<br />

576 & 577


516<br />

517<br />

Lot 516<br />

A late 19th/early 20th century American 14k<br />

gold Waltham hunter pocket watch, by William<br />

Ellery, with Roman dial and subsidiary seconds, the<br />

case back and front with engraved decoration and<br />

monogram, movement numbered 2331496, case<br />

diameter 53mm, gross weight 146.1 grams.<br />

Lot 517<br />

518<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

A George V 18ct gold hunter keyless pocket<br />

watch, by L. Mumford, London, the case front<br />

and back with monogram and engraved date, with<br />

Roman dial and subsidiary seconds, case diameter<br />

47mm, gross weight 108.5 grams.<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 518<br />

A lady’s 1960’s 18ct white gold and diamond set<br />

Vertex manual wind bracelet watch, with baton<br />

numerals and diamond set bezel, 16cm, gross<br />

weight 52.2 grams.<br />

Lot 519<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A gentleman’s 1970’s stainless steel Doxa<br />

Sharkhunter Sub 300T Synchron Automatic wrist<br />

watch, on a stainless steel Doxa bracelet, with<br />

black dial and date aperture, case diameter 44mm,<br />

no box or papers.<br />

Lot 520<br />

519<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A gentleman’s stainless steel Omega<br />

Constellation Megaquartz Marine Chronometer<br />

wrist watch, with rectangular black dial, on Omega<br />

stainless steel bracelet, no box or papers.<br />

520<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

184


521<br />

522<br />

523<br />

Lot 521<br />

A gentleman’s 18ct gold Cartier Tank quartz<br />

wrist watch, on a Cartier leather strap with<br />

Cartier 18ct gold buckle, case back numbered<br />

MG215902, case diameter 24mm, box, no papers.<br />

Lot 522<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A mid 20th century 18ct white gold Cartier<br />

Tank Americane manual wind wrist watch, with<br />

rectangular Roman dial and facetted sapphire set<br />

winding crown, case diameter 20mm, case back<br />

numbered 36185, on associated leather strap, gross<br />

weight 21.3 grams, no box or papers.<br />

Lot 523<br />

524<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A gentleman’s modern 18ct gold Cartier Tank<br />

Divan quartz wrist watch, on Cartier leather strap<br />

with Cartier 18ct gold buckle, with cabochon set<br />

crown, case back numbered 992724CD 2802, case<br />

diameter 38mm, with Cartier box.<br />

£4,500 - 5,500<br />

Lot 524<br />

A gentleman’s 18ct white gold Audemars Piguet<br />

ultra slim manual wind dress wrist watch, with<br />

baton numerals, case diameter 32mm, the case<br />

back numbered 13555, on associated leather strap,<br />

gross weight 28.7 grams, with Audemars Piguet box.<br />

Lot 525<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A gentleman’s Garrard 18ct gold 150th<br />

anniversary automatic wrist watch, the case back<br />

with visible movement, case diameter 37mm, on a<br />

Hirsch leather strap, gross weight 79.7 grams, no<br />

box or papers.<br />

Lot 526<br />

525<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A gentleman’s 1950’s 9ct gold Rolex Precision<br />

manual wind wrist watch, with baton numerals<br />

and flared lugs, case diameter 33mm, case back<br />

numbered 580013, on a later associated leather<br />

strap, gross weight 33.3 grams.<br />

526<br />

£800 - 1,000<br />

185


527<br />

528<br />

529<br />

Lot 527<br />

A gentleman’s early 1950’s Rolex manual wind<br />

wrist watch, with baton and quarterly Arabic<br />

numerals, movement c.1210, case diameter<br />

37mmm, on leather strap with gold plated Rolex<br />

buckle, with original box, no papers, the case back<br />

with engraved inscription.<br />

Lot 528<br />

530<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A gentleman’s early 1980’s stainless steel Rolex<br />

Oyster Precision manual wind wrist watch, with<br />

baton numerals, model no. 6426, serial no. 6411541,<br />

on a stainless steel bracelet, no box or papers.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 529<br />

A gentleman’s rare late 1950’s stainless steel<br />

Rolex Oyster Perpetual Explorer wrist watch,<br />

with black dial, baton and quarterly Arabic numerals<br />

and ‘frog’s foot’ winding crown, model no. 6610,<br />

serial no. 360265, movement c.1030 and inside<br />

case back numbered 1/1958, case diameter 36mm,<br />

on a stainless steel Rolex bracelet no. 78360 580,<br />

no box or papers,<br />

Lot 530<br />

531<br />

532<br />

£7,000 - 10,000<br />

A gentleman’s 1980’s 18k white gold Rolex<br />

Oyster Perpetual Day Date wrist watch, with after<br />

market mother of pearl and diamond dial and<br />

diamond set bezel and lugs, on associated leather<br />

strap with steel Rolex buckle, model number 18038,<br />

serial number 7397829, case diameter 36mm., no<br />

box or papers.<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

186


Lot 531<br />

533<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<br />

numerals, model number 6917, serial number<br />

5896904, case diameter 26mm, gross weight 51.7<br />

grams. no box or papers.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

534<br />

535<br />

Lot 532<br />

A gentleman’s mid 1980’s stainless steel<br />

Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust wrist watch,<br />

on a stainless steel Rolex bracelet, with baton<br />

numerals and date aperture, serial number<br />

9367955, model number 16000, bracelet numbered<br />

78360, no box or papers.<br />

Lot 533<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A gentleman’s 1978 stainless steel Rolex Oyster<br />

Perpetual GMT-Master ‘Pepsi bezel’ wrist watch,<br />

model number 1675, serial number 5194292, on a<br />

stainless steel Rolex bracelet numbered 78360, with<br />

Rolex box and old service paperwork.<br />

Lot 534<br />

£7,000 - 10,000<br />

A gentleman’s early 1970’s stainless steel Rolex<br />

Oyster Perpetual Submariner wrist watch, model<br />

number 5513, serial number 2456988, the case<br />

back inscribed ‘V.G. Walker’, on a stainless steel<br />

Rolex bracelet numbered 9315, no box or papers.<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

Lot 535<br />

A gentleman’s mid 1980’s stainless steel Rolex<br />

Submariner Oyster Perpetual Date wrist watch,<br />

on a stainless steel Rolex bracelet, model number<br />

16800, serial number 8197659, case diameter<br />

41mm, no box or papers.<br />

Lot 536<br />

536<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

A gentleman’s 2015 18ct gold and stainless steel<br />

Rolex Oyster Perpetual Daytona Cosmograph<br />

wrist watch, on an 18ct gold and stainless steel<br />

Rolex bracelet, with black dial and diamond dot<br />

numerals, model number 116523, serial number<br />

2643Q232, case diameter 40mm, with two spare<br />

links, Rolex box, original receipt and guarantee, also<br />

with a Watchfinder receipt dated 10/8/2018.<br />

£12,000 - 15,000<br />

187


537<br />

Lot 537<br />

British commemorative medals – Victorian<br />

bronze medal marking the Visit of Nasser Ed<br />

Deen ‘Shah of Persia’ to London 1873, by A.B.<br />

Wyon, leather case<br />

Lot 538<br />

A Victoria gold half sovereign 1861, NEF<br />

Lot 539<br />

£500 - 700<br />

£220 - 240<br />

A George II silver crown, 1741, roses in angles,<br />

GVF/NEF<br />

Lot 540<br />

A Victoria gold sovereign 1842, GVF<br />

Lot 541<br />

A Victoria gold sovereign 1851, EF<br />

Lot 542<br />

A Victoria gold sovereign 1885M, EF<br />

£1,000 - 1,200<br />

£400 - 450<br />

£500 - 600<br />

£500 - 600<br />

Lot 543<br />

Two George III gold half guineas, 1794 and 1801<br />

Lot 544<br />

£600 - 650<br />

A George III gold spade guinea 1798, GVF/NEF<br />

Lot 545<br />

A George III gold spade guinea, 1794 (ex<br />

mounted)<br />

Lot 546<br />

A George III gold spade guinea, 1794, VF<br />

Lot 547<br />

A George III gold guinea 1777, F<br />

Lot 548<br />

A George III gold guinea 1772, NVF<br />

Lot 549<br />

£500 - 600<br />

£400 - 450<br />

£400 - 450<br />

£400 - 450<br />

£450 - 500<br />

Two George III gold half guineas, 1804 and 1810<br />

£400 - 450<br />

188


538<br />

544<br />

539<br />

545<br />

540<br />

546<br />

541<br />

547<br />

542<br />

548<br />

543<br />

549<br />

189


Lot 550<br />

An early to mid 20th century 18ct gold and<br />

fifteen stone diamond cluster set marquise<br />

shaped ring, with carved shoulders, size L, gross<br />

weight 6.2 grams.<br />

Lot 551<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A 1920’s 18ct white gold and platinum, emerald<br />

and millegrain set diamond rectangular cluster<br />

ring, size P/Q, gross weight 3 grams.<br />

Lot 552<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A Victorian yellow metal mounted Essex crystal<br />

oval pendant, depicting an owl upon a branch,<br />

amid foliage, overall 44mm, gross weight 12.1<br />

grams. (a.f.), in original fitted leather box.<br />

Lot 553<br />

£300 - 400<br />

An early 20th century gold overlaid and black<br />

onyx set oval fob seal, modelled as a putto with<br />

bunches of grapes, upon a bear, 34mm.<br />

Lot 554<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Victorian gold mounted micro mosaic black<br />

onyx demi-parure, comprising a pendant brooch,<br />

50mm and pair of earrings, 21mm, gross weight<br />

24.8 grams, in original fitted gilt tooled leather box.<br />

Lot 555<br />

£500 - 700<br />

An 18k gold and oval cushion cut solitaire<br />

diamond ring, the stone weighing approximately<br />

1.20ct, size L, gross weight 4.6 grams.<br />

Lot 556<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A mid 20th century gold and millegrain set<br />

diamond cluster target ring, with diamond set<br />

shoulders, size N/O, gross weight 4.6 grams.<br />

Lot 557<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Victorian gold and silver, pink gem and pearl<br />

cluster set target drop pendant brooch, overall<br />

39mm, gross weight 10.8 grams.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 558<br />

A modern 18ct gold and three stone diamond<br />

set crossover ring, the central stone approximately<br />

0.70ct size N/O, gross weight 4.8 grams.<br />

Lot 559<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

A Victorian gold and silver, ruby and diamond<br />

cluster set twin hearts and coronet brooch,<br />

28mm, gross weight 7.1 grams.<br />

Lot 560<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A 1940’s gold and single stone oval cut orange<br />

topaz set ring, with six stone old mine cut<br />

diamond set shoulders, size Q, gross 4.5 grams<br />

Lot 561<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A 19th century style gold and round cut single<br />

stone yellow sapphire set dress ring, with split<br />

pearl set border, the diameter of the sapphire<br />

approximately 11.5mm, size M/N, gross 10.1 grams.<br />

Lot 562<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Victorian gold heart shaped mourning pendant<br />

locket, with enamelled monogram, with engraved<br />

inscription, opening to reveal a photograph and lock<br />

of hair, 48mm, gross weight 19.5 grams.<br />

Lot 563<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A pair of late 19th/early 20th century gold and<br />

four stone diamond set drop earrings, the main<br />

claw set stones with an approximate diameter of<br />

4.8mm, 29mm, gross weight 2.8 grams.<br />

Lot 564<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Judaica: A 19th century gold and jasper set ring,<br />

the stone carved with Hebrew script, size N,<br />

gross weight 4.8 grams.<br />

Lot 565<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A gold, cabochon garnet, emerald, ruby and<br />

diamond cluster set oval pendant, 33mm, on a gilt<br />

chain stamped ‘10’, 36cm, gross weight 19.3 grams.<br />

£500 - 700<br />

190


551<br />

550<br />

552<br />

555<br />

553<br />

554<br />

549<br />

556<br />

558<br />

559<br />

560<br />

557<br />

561<br />

563<br />

562<br />

565<br />

564<br />

191


Lot 566<br />

An Edwardian single stone diamond and seed<br />

pearl cluster set pendant brooch, of circular<br />

foliate design, overall 39mm, gross weight 8.6<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 567<br />

£400 - 500<br />

An early 20th century 9ct gold and graduated<br />

seven stone oval cut citrine set bracelet,<br />

approximately 16cm, gross weight 30 grams.<br />

Lot 568<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A pair of Victorian gold, seven stone diamond<br />

and two stone pearl set triple drop earrings, of<br />

aesthetic design, 56mm, gross weight 9.9 grams.<br />

Lot 569<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A pair of mid 20th century two colour 18ct<br />

gold and single stone diamond set cufflinks, of<br />

shaped rectangular form, 16mm, gross weight 12.2<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 570<br />

£500 - 700<br />

An early to mid 20th century white gold and seed<br />

pearl set three row chain link bracelet, 18.8cm,<br />

gross weight 15 grams.<br />

Lot 571<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An early 20th century gold, diamond and oval<br />

white opal cluster set clip bar brooch, 47mm,<br />

gross weight 7 grams.<br />

Lot 572<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A mid 20th century quintuple strand cultured<br />

pearl choker necklace, with diamond cluster set<br />

white gold clasp and diamond cluster set white<br />

gold scrolling central motif, together with a<br />

matching bracelet, necklace approximately 37cm,<br />

bracelet 19cm, necklace pearl diameter 6.4mm,<br />

bracelet pearl diameter 5.8mm, gross weight 160.4<br />

grams.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 573<br />

A Victorian gold, diamond and split pearl set<br />

oval locket, with tassel drop applied decoration,<br />

6cm, gross weight 25.8 grams.<br />

Lot 574<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A lady’s 1930’s/1940’s platinum, baguette and<br />

round cut diamond set manual wind cocktail<br />

watch, on a white gold diamond set bracelet, with<br />

Asprey box, 15.5cm, gross weight 24.1 grams<br />

Lot 575<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A twin strand graduated cultured pearl necklace,<br />

with gold and six stone diamond set rectangular<br />

clasp, 44cm.<br />

Lot 576<br />

£400 - 500<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 577<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

An early 20th century gold, platinum and rose<br />

cut diamond cluster set arrow brooch, 55mm,<br />

gross weight 5 grams.<br />

Lot 578<br />

£200 - 300<br />

An Art Deco pierced platinum and millegrain set<br />

diamond cluster shaped rectangular brooch, set<br />

with old mine and old round cut stones, the central<br />

stone measuring 4.4mm by 4.1mm, 41mm, gross<br />

weight 9.1 grams.<br />

Lot 579<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

An early 20th century white gold and pave set<br />

diamond heart shaped pendant, overall 28mm,<br />

gross weight 3.7 grams.<br />

Lot 580<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

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

millegrain set diamond cluster target brooch,<br />

diameter 29mm, gross weight 11.1 grams.<br />

£1,200 - 1,500<br />

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566<br />

567<br />

568<br />

569<br />

570<br />

571<br />

572<br />

573<br />

574<br />

575<br />

576<br />

577<br />

578<br />

579<br />

580<br />

193


Lot 581<br />

An early to mid 20th century gold and two<br />

stone diamond cross over ring, with five stone<br />

diamond chip setting, the two collet set stones<br />

measuring approximately 5mm in diameter, with a<br />

depth of 3mm and 2.8mm, size I/J. gross weight 3.6<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 582<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A 1920’s platinum, single stone pear shaped<br />

cultured pearl and six stone diamond chip set<br />

pendant necklace, the pearl diameter approx.<br />

9.65mm, pendant 30mm, fine link chain, 48cm,<br />

gross weight 4 grams.<br />

Lot 583<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A Victorian gold and silver, button pearl and<br />

graduated round and rose cut diamond set<br />

cluster starburst brooch, pearl diameter 11.4mm,<br />

30mm, gross weight 9.1 grams.<br />

Lot 584<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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

diamond and seed pearl cluster set drop<br />

pendant necklace, of part trellis form with pearl and<br />

diamond drop below, 54cm, gross weight 8.1 grams,<br />

in fitted gilt tooled leather box.<br />

Lot 585<br />

£600 - 800<br />

An 18ct gold and graduated five stone diamond<br />

set half hoop ring, the total diamond weight<br />

approximately estimated as 2.00ct, with a colour and<br />

clarity range of J/K/L and VS2/SI1, size O/P, gross<br />

weight 3.5 grams.<br />

Lot 586<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A mid 20th century white gold, diamond, ruby<br />

and sapphire set swivelling triple band eternity<br />

ring, size L, gross weight 4.8 grams.<br />

Lot 587<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A modern 18ct gold, sapphire and diamond set<br />

rectangular cluster ring, size O, gross weight 5.7<br />

grams.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 588<br />

A late Victorian 15ct gold and platinum, peridot,<br />

rose cut diamond and baroque pearl drop set<br />

necklace, of lattice design, overall 44cm, gross<br />

weight 8.4 grams.<br />

Lot 589<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A 1920’s platinum, emerald cut synthetic<br />

sapphire and millegrain set diamond rectangular<br />

cluster ring, with canted corners, the sapphire<br />

measuring approximately 9mm by 7.3mm, depth<br />

3.9mm, size N, gross weight 4.1 grams.<br />

Lot 590<br />

£500 - 700<br />

An Edwardian gold and platinum, diamond<br />

and four stone button pearl cluster set ‘clover’<br />

brooch, the collet set central stone measuring<br />

approx. 5.2mm in diameter, 30mm, gross weight 9.2<br />

grams, the back with central brooch attachment.<br />

Lot 591<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A platinum and single stone diamond ring, with<br />

diamond set shoulders, the central stone weighing<br />

approximately 1.33ct, with an estimated colour and<br />

clarity of J/K and I1/I2, size N, gross weight 2.3<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 592<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A Belle Epoque gold and silver, sapphire and<br />

diamond cluster set circular brooch, with a<br />

millegrain setting, the central sapphire measuring<br />

approximately 6.7mm by 6.8mm, with a depth of<br />

3.3mm, 24mm, gross weight 7 grams.<br />

Lot 593<br />

£200 - 400<br />

An antique gold and diamond set heart shaped<br />

open work cluster ring, size K, gross weight 4<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 594<br />

£300 - 400<br />

An Edwardian gold and silver, moonstone and<br />

diamond cluster set twin hearts brooch, with<br />

ribbon bow crest, width 28mm, gross weight 7.3<br />

grams.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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581<br />

584<br />

582<br />

583<br />

585<br />

586<br />

589<br />

587<br />

588<br />

592<br />

591<br />

590<br />

593<br />

594<br />

195


Lot 595<br />

An 18ct white gold and single stone oval cut<br />

aquamarine set dress ring, with brilliant cut<br />

diamond set border, the aquamarine measuring<br />

approximately 14mm by 8.8mm, size L/M, gross<br />

weight 4.8 grams.<br />

Lot 596<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An early 19th century gold and rose cut diamond<br />

cluster set pear shaped drop pendant, with<br />

ribbon bow bale, stone missing, overall 57mm,<br />

gross weight 11.4 grams.<br />

Lot 597<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A platinum and solitaire diamond set ring, the<br />

round cut stone weighing approximately 1.30ct, size<br />

L, gross weight 2.8 grams.<br />

Lot 598<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A white gold and two row twenty stone diamond<br />

set half eternity ring, size O, gross weight 5.6g.<br />

Lot 599<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A modern 18ct white gold and graduated eleven<br />

stone diamond set drop pendant necklace,<br />

51cm, gross weight 6.8 grams, the largest stone<br />

approximately 0.25ct.<br />

Lot 600<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A platinum?, ruby and diamond cluster set<br />

swivelling target ring, size P/Q, gross weight 6.6<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 601<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A modern 18ct gold, diamond and green<br />

tourmaline set three stone ring, size N, gross 4.1<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 602<br />

£500 - 700<br />

An Edwardian 15ct gold peridot and seed pearl<br />

cluster set drop pendant necklace, overall 47cm,<br />

gross weight 11.1 grams.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 603<br />

A mid 20th century 18ct gold, platinum and two<br />

stone diamond set crossover ring, each stone<br />

approximately 0.30ct, with graduated diamond chip<br />

set shoulders, size M, gross weight 3.3 grams.<br />

Lot 604<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A modern 18ct gold and three stone diamond<br />

set ring, the central stone weighing approximately<br />

0.70ct, size L, gross weight 3 grams.<br />

Lot 605<br />

£500 - 700<br />

An early 20th century gold, heart shaped white<br />

opal and six stone diamond set bar brooch,<br />

51mm, gross weight 2.6 grams.<br />

Lot 606<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Victorian style 18ct gold single stone oval cut<br />

ruby and two stone round cut diamond set ring,<br />

size O, gross weight 5.2 grams.<br />

Lot 607<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

An early 20th century 18ct gold, three stone<br />

sapphire and two stone diamond set half hoop<br />

ring, the diamonds measuring approximately 5.5mm<br />

in diameter, size M, gross weight 7.8 grams.<br />

Lot 608<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

An 18ct white gold, platinum and single stone<br />

white opal set dress ring, with six stone diamond<br />

set shoulders, size G, gross weight 5 grams.<br />

Lot 609<br />

£300 - 500<br />

An 18ct gold and single stone white opal set<br />

ring, with twelve stone diamond set shoulders,<br />

size N, gross weight 6.1 grams.<br />

Lot 610<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An early 20th century silver, white opal and<br />

cabochon gem cluster set drop pendant<br />

necklace, in the manner of Sibyl Dunlop, the opal<br />

approximately 22.4mm by 17.4mm, on a chain.<br />

£500 - 700<br />

196


597<br />

595<br />

596<br />

598<br />

599<br />

600<br />

602<br />

601<br />

603<br />

604<br />

605<br />

606<br />

610<br />

609<br />

608<br />

607<br />

197


Lot 611<br />

A Victorian, gold and silver, old and rose cut<br />

diamond and garnet cluster set pansy brooch,<br />

45mm, gross weight 15.3 grams.<br />

Lot 612<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A 1920’s white gold, amethyst, diamond and<br />

cultured pearl set drop pendant necklace, with<br />

bale of foliate design, the emerald cut amethyst<br />

measuring 24mm by 18mm, with a depth of<br />

13.9mm, overall 51cm, gross weight 12.8 grams.<br />

Lot 613<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A pair of 1920’s platinum?, single stone pear<br />

cut amethyst and millegrain round cut diamond<br />

set drop ear clips, with diamond chip set bale,<br />

amethyst length approximately 22mm, overall<br />

40mm, gross weight 11.5 grams.<br />

Lot 614<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

An 18ct white gold and diamond cluster ring,<br />

the central round brilliant cut stone bordered by<br />

brilliants, with HRD Antwerp report dated 12/6/2019<br />

stating the central stone top weight 0.84ct, with a<br />

colour and clarity of H and VVS2, size M, gross<br />

weight 2.8 grams.<br />

Lot 615<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A gold, emerald and diamond cluster ring, with<br />

diamond shaped centre stone, size L/M, gross<br />

weight 4.2 grams.<br />

Lot 616<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

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

Walter pate-de-verre cicada pendant necklace,<br />

designed by Henri Berge, with bead and cord<br />

necklace, pendant 39mm (chipped).<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 617<br />

A mid 20th century platinum and single stone<br />

diamond ring, with six stone diamond chip<br />

set shoulders, the round cut stone weighing<br />

approximately 3.20ct, size M, gross weight 3.4<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 618<br />

£12,000 - 18,000<br />

A modern pair of 750 white gold, tanzanite and<br />

diamond cluster set earrings, 11mm, gross weight<br />

5.5 grams.<br />

Lot 619<br />

£300 - 500<br />

An 18ct gold, single stone oval cut sapphire and<br />

two stone round cut diamond set ring, the two<br />

diamonds approximately 0.50ct each, size O, gross<br />

weight 3 grams.<br />

Lot 620<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

A white gold, sapphire and diamond set three<br />

stone ring, central stone approximately 1.4ct<br />

the diamond weighing approximately 1.40ct, with<br />

an estimated colour and clarity of J/K and I3, size J,<br />

gross weight 2.9 grams.<br />

Lot 621<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A late 20th century white gold, diamond cluster<br />

and single cultured pearl drop set ribbon bow<br />

brooch, width 36mm, gross weight 11.1 grams.<br />

Lot 622<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A late 19th/early 20th century gold and collet set<br />

seven stone old round cut diamond flower head<br />

cluster ring, total diamond weight approximately<br />

estimated as in excess of 2.50ct, size K, gross<br />

weight 4 grams.<br />

£1,500 - 2,500<br />

198


611<br />

612<br />

613<br />

614<br />

617<br />

615<br />

616<br />

618<br />

619<br />

621<br />

622<br />

620<br />

199


Lot 623<br />

A white metal mounted round brilliant cut<br />

diamond, with GIA report dated 27/3/<strong>2023</strong> stating<br />

the stone to weigh 2.45ct with a colour and<br />

clarity of and SI1.<br />

Lot 624<br />

£20,000 - 30,000<br />

A 1920’s platinum and gold, diamond and<br />

synthetic? sapphire set bar brooch, the central<br />

diamond with a diameter of 6.9mm, with a depth of<br />

3.4mm, 51mm, gross weight 4.8 grams.<br />

Lot 625<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

An 18ct white gold, tourmaline and diamond<br />

set octagonal dress ring, size L, gross weight 7.7<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 626<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A modern two colour gold and diamond cluster<br />

set open work circular pendant, on an 18ct white<br />

gold chain, pendant 19mm, chain, 44cm, gross<br />

weight 7.7 grams.<br />

Lot 627<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A pair of 1950’s gold ruby and diamond set triple<br />

flower head cluster earrings, 24mm, gross weight<br />

6.6 grams.<br />

Lot 628<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A modern 18ct white gold and pave set diamond<br />

hinged bangle, hallmarked for London, 2005,<br />

interior diameter 56mm, gross weight 33.2 grams.<br />

Lot 629<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A platinum and single stone oval cut sapphire<br />

set cocktail ring, with graduated four stone<br />

baguette cut diamond set shoulders, with 2014<br />

purchase receipt stating the sapphire to weigh<br />

6.47cts, size Q/R, gross weight 6 grams.<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

Lot 630<br />

A platinum and single stone emerald cut<br />

aquamarine set dress ring, with ruby and<br />

diamond set stepped shoulders, size N, gross<br />

weight 5.8 grams.<br />

Lot 631<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

A modern platinum and solitaire diamond set<br />

ring, with GIA report dated 6/5/2010, stating the<br />

round brilliant cut diamond to weigh 1.02ct with a<br />

colour and clarity of F and VS2, size J, gross weight<br />

4.3 grams.<br />

Lot 632<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A 1920’s/1930’s platinum, ruby and diamond<br />

cluster set dress ring, with round cut diamonds,<br />

shaped cut rubies and six stone diamond chip set<br />

shoulders, size K/L, gross weight 5.6 grams.<br />

Lot 633<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

An Art Deco style pierced platinum and diamond<br />

cluster set bracelet, with engraved setting,<br />

stamped 800PL, 18cm, gross weight 23.5 grams.<br />

Lot 634<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

A modern white gold, ruby and diamond set pear<br />

shaped cluster pendant, set with eleven round cut<br />

diamonds and twenty marquise cut rubies, overall<br />

32mm, gross weight 7.2 grams.<br />

Lot 635<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A 1950’s gold and graduated five row ruby and<br />

diamond set demi lune dress ring, size Q, gross<br />

weight 3.1 grams.<br />

Lot 636<br />

£300 - 500<br />

An 18ct white gold and platinum, aquamarine<br />

and diamond set oval cluster dress ring, the oval<br />

cut aquamarine measuring approximately 11.5mm<br />

by 9.2mm, with a depth of 5.3 mm, size L, gross<br />

weight 6.5 grams.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

200


623<br />

625<br />

624<br />

628<br />

626<br />

627<br />

629<br />

631<br />

630<br />

632<br />

633<br />

634<br />

635<br />

636<br />

201


Lot 637<br />

A 750 white gold and seven stone oval cut ruby<br />

set line bracelet, set with sixteen stone diamond<br />

spacers, 17.5cm, gross weight 20 grams.<br />

Lot 638<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A 1960’s 18ct gold, six stone ruby and seven<br />

stone diamond chip set leaf spray brooch,<br />

55mm, gross weight 8.2 grams.<br />

Lot 639<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An S.J. Dupont gold plated, cabochon malachite<br />

and polychrome enamel set limited edition<br />

Pharaoh cigarette lighter, engraved and decorated<br />

with Egyptian hieroglyphics, signed and numbered<br />

1166/2575, 59mm, with paperwork.<br />

Lot 640<br />

£600 - 800<br />

An S.J. Dupont gold plated and Chinese lacquer<br />

Gatsby Versailles cigarette lighter, with mask,<br />

coronet and trellis work decoration, signed and<br />

numbered 1965/2686, 63mm.<br />

Lot 641<br />

£600 - 800<br />

An S.J Dupont palladium plated and three colour<br />

enamel limited edition Medici cigarette lighter,<br />

with engraved and geometric decoration, signed and<br />

numbered 0689/3420, 65mm.<br />

Lot 642<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A late 20th century white gold cultured pearl and<br />

diamond cluster set openwork circular brooch,<br />

with flower head motifs, diameter 40mm, gross<br />

weight 14.9 grams.<br />

Lot 643<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An Edwardian 15ct gold, seed pearl and<br />

turquoise set curb link charm bracelet, the<br />

links with shamrock motifs and hung with fourteen<br />

assorted mainly 9ct gold charms, including banded<br />

agate tortoise, enamelled clover by Cropp & Farr,<br />

camel, spider and heart shaped citrine, 14k abacus,<br />

approximately 16cm, gross weight 38.6 grams.<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 644<br />

A 1940’s gold, diamond and synthetic? ruby<br />

cluster set double drop scroll clip brooch, the<br />

two drops set with graduated stones, 58mm, gross<br />

weight 15.6 grams.<br />

Lot 645<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A modern Theo Fennel style 18ct gold, single<br />

stone collet set emerald and two stone gypsy set<br />

princess cut diamond dress ring, size V, gross<br />

weight 13.3 grams.<br />

Lot 646<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A Swedish 18k gold, single stone emerald and<br />

fourteen stone diamond set three row cluster<br />

ring, the emerald measuring 5.8mm by 4.2mm, size<br />

M, gross weight 8 grams.<br />

Lot 647<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A pair of 1920’s/1930’s Cartier gold and two<br />

colour enamel rectangular Regimental cufflinks,<br />

with canted corners, enamelled with the letter<br />

G within a crest with motto, each signed Cartier,<br />

London, 15mm, gross weight 14.5 grams.<br />

Lot 648<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A 1920’s platinum or white gold, diamond cluster<br />

set openwork ‘dagger and circle’ brooch, set<br />

with claw and millegrain set stones, the two largest<br />

stones approximately 6.2mm in diameter, with a<br />

depth of 4mm, 42mm, gross weight 6.5 grams.<br />

Lot 649<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A modern 18k gold and pave set diamond Cartier<br />

open work hinged bangle, with central crossed<br />

C’s motif, interior diameter 55mm, gross weight 31.4<br />

grams, signed.<br />

£8,000 - 12,000<br />

202


637<br />

638<br />

639<br />

640<br />

641<br />

642<br />

643<br />

644<br />

645<br />

647<br />

646<br />

648<br />

649<br />

203


Lot 650<br />

A late 20th century Cartier 18ct white gold and<br />

diamond set line bracelet, set with sixty one round<br />

brilliant cut stones, signed and numbered 0G5094,<br />

17.8cm, gross weight 15.4 grams, with Cartier box.<br />

Lot 651<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

A mid 20th century 18kt white gold, single stone<br />

emerald and round and baguette cut diamond<br />

set cluster ring, size M/N, gross weight 6.3 grams,<br />

in a Harrods of London box.<br />

Lot 652<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A modern white gold and shaped rectangular<br />

fancy cut pale green beryl set dress ring, with<br />

diamond chip setting, size M, gross weight 18g.<br />

Lot 653<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A modern 18ct gold and seven stone diamond<br />

set flower head cluster ring, size M/N, gross<br />

weight 3.8 grams.<br />

Lot 654<br />

A gentleman’s 1990’s Cartier 18ct gold and<br />

gypsy set garnet ring, signed and numbered<br />

G57037, size N, gross weight 12.1 grams.<br />

Lot 655<br />

£500 - 700<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A modern 18ct gold and claw set solitaire<br />

diamond ring, the round brilliant cut stone weighing<br />

1.33ct, with an estimated colour and clarity of K and<br />

VVS, size Q/R, gross weight 8.7 grams.<br />

Lot 656<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A modern 18ct gold, ruby, sapphire, emerald<br />

and diamond set full eternity ring, size O/P, gross<br />

weight 4.3 grams.<br />

Lot 657<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A modern 9ct gold, single stone oval cut ruby<br />

and eleven stone round cut diamond cluster set<br />

pendant necklace, 39cm, gross weight 9 grams.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 658<br />

An 18ct gold and single stone fancy yellow<br />

diamond set marquise shaped cluster ring<br />

with diamond set border, the marquise cut stone<br />

measuring approximately 10.0mm by 6.2mm, with a<br />

depth of 3.35mm, size O, gross weight 6 grams.<br />

Lot 659<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

An 18ct gold, claw set single stone ruby and<br />

eight stone collet set diamond oval cluster ring,<br />

size M/N, gross weight 4.3 grams.<br />

Lot 660<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A late 20th century gold (tests as 18ct) mounted<br />

jade pendant, with round, marquise and trapeze<br />

cut diamond set border, 48mm, gross 14.7grams.<br />

Lot 661<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A platinum and seven stone diamond cluster set<br />

flower head ring, size P/Q, with shank sizing insert,<br />

gross weight 7.2 grams.<br />

Lot 662<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A modern 18ct white gold and single oval cut<br />

yellow sapphire set ring, bordered by round cut<br />

diamonds, size M, gross weight 3.7 grams.<br />

Lot 663<br />

£800 - 1,000<br />

A modern gold and cabochon oval amethyst set<br />

dress ring and a pair of similar earrings, ring size<br />

I, earring 188mm, gross weight 23.9 grams.<br />

Lot 664<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A modern 18ct gold and gypsy set solitaire<br />

diamond ring, the stone weighing 0.94ct with<br />

an approximate colour and clarity of L and VS,<br />

hallmarked London, 1992, size S, gross 13.8 grams.<br />

Lot 665<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A modern 18ct gold, emerald and diamond set<br />

oval cluster ring, size N, gross weight 7.5 grams.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

204


650<br />

654<br />

651<br />

653<br />

655<br />

652<br />

657<br />

656<br />

658<br />

661<br />

659<br />

660<br />

662<br />

664<br />

663<br />

665<br />

205


Lot 666<br />

A good Art Deco platinum and diamond cluster<br />

set double clip brooch, which can be worn as a<br />

single brooch or two lapel brooches, with a pierced<br />

openwork setting of scrolling winged form and set<br />

with round cut diamonds, the two largest stones<br />

with an estimated weight of 1.33ct each and an<br />

estimated colour and clarity of H/I and VS, verso<br />

engraved with the letter C, 5cm, gross weight 15.1<br />

grams, in original gilt tooled leather fitted box.<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

Lot 667<br />

A single strand graduated natural saltwater pearl<br />

necklace, with AnchorCert report dated 31st<br />

March, <strong>2023</strong>, with diamond set torpedo shaped<br />

clasp, comprising seventy one pearls, length 41cm,<br />

gross weight 16.4 grams.<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

206


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