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Gorringe's Winter Fine Sale - 12th December 2023 starting at 10am

This Winter sale includes a number of consignments from the Channel Islands. Philip has made a number of visits to clients based in Jersey and Guernsey and returned with a wide selection of lots. The sale starts with a remarkable private collection of mid to late century Murano glassware including many works by Vittorio Ferro (1902-2012). Further on are several bronzes and ormolu works followed by a number of notable pieces of Louis furniture including an important pair of 18th century Venetian chairs and a side cabinet in the manner of Adam Weisweiler. Elsewhere you will see a group of Japanese hardwood netsuke, much more desirable now that ivory has been outlawed. Some significant 18th century portraits are followed by a selection of silver and a group of works by one of Australia’s foremost artists Sir Sidney Nolan. All of these attract import duty so do take that into account when calculating your bids. Everything else in the sale is sourced from home territory and as ever covers a wide range of collecting fields. Highlights include a fine Lalique car mascot, a good John Pearson copper planter, a complicated skeleton clock, a huge oil painting of lions at the watering hole and two works by David Shepherd. Last but by no means least do view the silver which includes a private collection of novelty silver collected from many of the Sussex salerooms by the late Caroline Rawlings-Lloyd and some fine jewels to make someone’s Christmas very happy… https://www.gorringes.co.uk/

This Winter sale includes a number of consignments from the Channel Islands. Philip has made a number of visits to clients based in Jersey and Guernsey and returned with a wide selection of lots.
The sale starts with a remarkable private collection of mid to late century Murano glassware including many works by Vittorio Ferro (1902-2012). Further on are several bronzes and ormolu works followed by a number of notable pieces of Louis furniture including an important pair of 18th century Venetian chairs and a side cabinet in the manner of Adam Weisweiler.
Elsewhere you will see a group of Japanese hardwood netsuke, much more desirable now that ivory has been outlawed. Some significant 18th century portraits are followed by a selection of silver and a group of works by one of Australia’s foremost artists Sir Sidney Nolan.
All of these attract import duty so do take that into account when calculating your bids.
Everything else in the sale is sourced from home territory and as ever covers a wide range of collecting fields. Highlights include a fine Lalique car mascot, a good John Pearson copper planter, a complicated skeleton clock, a huge oil painting of lions at the watering hole and two works by David Shepherd.

Last but by no means least do view the silver which includes a private collection of novelty silver collected from many of the Sussex salerooms by the late Caroline Rawlings-Lloyd and some fine jewels to make someone’s Christmas very happy…

https://www.gorringes.co.uk/

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Gorringe’s Tuesday <strong>12th</strong> <strong>December</strong> <strong>2023</strong><br />

Gorringe’s<br />

<strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Fine</strong> <strong>Fine</strong> <strong>Sale</strong> <strong>Sale</strong><br />

<strong>12th</strong> <strong>12th</strong> <strong>December</strong> <strong>2023</strong> <strong>2023</strong>


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WINTER SALE<br />

Tuesday <strong>12th</strong> <strong>December</strong><br />

10.00 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 8th <strong>December</strong> 9.00-5.00<br />

S<strong>at</strong>urday 9th <strong>December</strong> 9.00-1.00<br />

Monday 11th <strong>December</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 th<strong>at</strong> , owing to the recent introduction<br />

of Money Laundering Regul<strong>at</strong>ions, clients wishing to<br />

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

provide two forms of identific<strong>at</strong>ion. This applies to<br />

both new and existing clients.<br />

Clifford Lansberry - Partner<br />

+44 (0)1273 472503<br />

clifford@gorringes.co.uk<br />

Dan Bray - Associ<strong>at</strong>e Partner<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 />

General Enquiries:<br />

Tel: 01273 472503<br />

clientservices@gorringes.co.uk<br />

Front cover: Lot 616<br />

Back cover: Lot 304<br />

C<strong>at</strong>alogues: £10 (£12.00 by post)<br />

Registered in England & Wales as a Limited Liability Partnership. Registr<strong>at</strong>ion No. OC318535<br />

Gorringes is a trading name of Gorringes LLP


This sale includes several consignments from<br />

the Channel Islands.<br />

Under UK Import Laws duty is payable on the<br />

hammer price as follows;<br />

5% on items over 100 years old<br />

20% on items under 100 years old.<br />

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

** Import tax of 20% on the hammer price<br />

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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 />

** Import tax of 20% 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 l<strong>at</strong>er than 9 a.m. on the saleday.<br />

TELEPHONE BIDDING<br />

Telephone bids must be received no l<strong>at</strong>er than close of business on the 11th <strong>December</strong>.<br />

ONLINE BIDDING<br />

There are three online bidding pl<strong>at</strong>forms 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 <strong>at</strong> auction in perfect condition so do s<strong>at</strong>isfy yourself as to the condition of each lot. Condition reports<br />

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

require further inform<strong>at</strong>ion about a lot.<br />

VAT<br />

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

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

and valid export<strong>at</strong>ion document<strong>at</strong>ion must be provided.<br />

PAYMENT TERMS<br />

Payment is required by Wednesday 19th of <strong>December</strong> by debit card, BACS, Worldpay and cash (subject to money<br />

laundering regul<strong>at</strong>ions). 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 delic<strong>at</strong>e items may well require a specialist. Overseas shipping is best provided by a<br />

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

Intern<strong>at</strong>ional 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 d<strong>at</strong>e<br />

will be held in storage and charged <strong>at</strong> the r<strong>at</strong>e 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>12th</strong> <strong>December</strong> <strong>at</strong> 10.00am<br />

A Priv<strong>at</strong>e Collection of<br />

Murano Glass<br />

Miscellanea<br />

Bronzes and Metalware<br />

Ceramics and Glass<br />

Asian Works of Art<br />

Clocks, Carpets &<br />

Furniture<br />

1-53<br />

54 - 107<br />

108 - 146<br />

147 - 261<br />

262 - 318<br />

Tuesday <strong>12th</strong> Decembber <strong>at</strong> 1.30pm<br />

Paintings and Prints<br />

Silver - 2.45pm approx<br />

W<strong>at</strong>ches &<br />

Jewellery<br />

319 - 461<br />

463 - 536<br />

537 - 624<br />

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A Priv<strong>at</strong>e Collection of Murano<br />

Glass<br />

Lots 1 - 53<br />

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Lot 1<br />

** Pierpaolo Seguso, a set of three<br />

Murano disc shaped art glass<br />

sculptures, each signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed 1994,<br />

35.5-38cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 2<br />

** Walter Furlan (1931-), a Murano<br />

glass sculpture depicting two abstract<br />

Picasso style heads, signed and inscribed<br />

‘’Omaggio a Picasso’’, 36.5cm high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

1<br />

Lot 3<br />

** Vittoria Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, in red and grey, unsigned, 23cm high<br />

Lot 4<br />

£300 - 600<br />

** A Murano Vetreria amethyst glass arm, holding a white, black spotted, dice in hand, signed, 33cm<br />

high<br />

£300 - 600<br />

Lot 5<br />

** A tall Murano turquoise ‘’eye of a needle’’ glass sculpture, 75cm high<br />

Lot 6<br />

** Gianluca Vidal (1976-), a Murano glass multi-coloured Murrine vase, 50cm high<br />

Lot 7<br />

** Gianluca Vidal (1976-), a tall Murano glass teardrop shaped vase, signed, 63cm high<br />

Lot 8<br />

** A Murano Vetreria green tinted glass head of a man, signed, 33cm high<br />

£250 - 450<br />

£600 - 1,000<br />

£500 - 900<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 9<br />

** Alfredo Barbini (1912-2007), a Murano tall blue glass vase, of oval section, the surface in ‘’scavo’’<br />

technique, needle etched sign<strong>at</strong>ure, Barbini Murano, 43cm high<br />

£300 - 600<br />

Lot 10<br />

** A Murano amber glass ovoid shaped vase, entwined with leaves, signed, 37cm high<br />

£200 - 400


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Lot 11<br />

** A Murano glass abstract profile head, in clear,<br />

red and green glass, signed, 25cm high<br />

Lot 12<br />

£200 - 400<br />

** After Alessandro Barbaro, a Murano glass<br />

head of a woman - a tribute to Picasso, 55cm<br />

Lot 13<br />

£300 - 500<br />

** A Murano glass dome, with clear glass<br />

encasing an abstract figure, in gold, yellow and<br />

turquoise, signed, 26cm high<br />

Lot 14<br />

£250 - 450<br />

** Alessandro Barbaro, a Murano head and<br />

neck of a woman in coloured glass - a Tribute to<br />

Amedeo Modigliani, signed, 57cm high<br />

Lot 15<br />

£500 - 900<br />

** Oscar Zanetti (1961-), a Murano green ground glass head of a man - a Tribute to Pablo Picasso, signed,<br />

36cm high<br />

Lot 16<br />

£500 - 900<br />

** Dino Rosin (1948-), a Murano chalcedony iridescent glass model of a young nude woman, with long<br />

hair, posed kneeling, signed, 44cm high<br />

Lot 17<br />

** Oscar Zanetti (1961-), a Murano yellow ground glass head of a man - a Tribute to Pablo Picasso,<br />

signed, 37cm high<br />

Lot 18<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, ovoid shaped, with a multicoloured design,<br />

unsigned, 29cm high<br />

Lot 19<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

£500 - 900<br />

£400 - 700<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, the tapered body with leaves in red, green and<br />

brown, unsigned, 27cm high<br />

Lot 20<br />

£300 - 600<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, decor<strong>at</strong>ed with red and green stylised flower<br />

heads, unsigned, 27cm high<br />

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£400 - 700


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Lot 21<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, ovoid shaped, with yellow butterflies on a<br />

black ground, unsigned, 27cm high<br />

Lot 22<br />

** Seguso, a Murano glass abstract profile silhouette head, in blue and yellow, signed, 37cm high<br />

£400 - 700<br />

£200 - 400<br />

Lot 23<br />

** A Murano glass abstract model of a leaping fish, signed, 39cm high<br />

£200 - 400<br />

Lot 24<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, in black and bronze, unsigned, 32.5cm high<br />

Lot 25<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, with a light blue peacock fe<strong>at</strong>her ‘’eye’’<br />

design on a purple ground, unsigned, 27cm high<br />

Lot 26<br />

£300 - 600<br />

£400 - 700<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, in bronze and black, unsigned, 36cm high<br />

Lot 27<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, cylindrical shaped, with multi-coloured<br />

‘’windows’’, unsigned, 27cm high<br />

Lot 28<br />

£300 - 600<br />

£300 - 500<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, ovoid shaped, with bronze flower heads on<br />

a black ground, unsigned, 28cm high<br />

Lot 29<br />

£300 - 600<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, cylindrical, with multicoloured decor<strong>at</strong>ion,<br />

unsigned, 25cm high<br />

£300 - 600


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22<br />

23<br />

24<br />

25<br />

26<br />

27<br />

28<br />

29


Lot 30<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, with an all over flower head design, in<br />

purple, yellow and light blue, unsigned, 23cm high<br />

Lot 31<br />

£300 - 600<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, ovoid shaped, with a multicoloured design,<br />

unsigned, 23cm high<br />

Lot 32<br />

£250 - 450<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, ovoid shaped, with blue and red murrines,<br />

unsigned, 24cm high<br />

Lot 33<br />

£300 - 500<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, with a black and white leaf p<strong>at</strong>tern, signed,<br />

26cm high<br />

Lot 34<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a tall Murano glass Murrine vase, multicoloured. under clear glass,<br />

unsigned, 28.5cm high<br />

Lot 35<br />

£300 - 600<br />

£300 - 600<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, in blue with red roses, signed, 29.5cm high<br />

Lot 36<br />

£300 - 600<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, in blue, grey and white, signed, 28cm high<br />

Lot 37<br />

£300 - 600<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012) for Fr<strong>at</strong>elli Pagnin, a Murano glass Murrine vase, with a blue ground with<br />

bronze spots, signed, 29cm high<br />

Lot 38<br />

£400 - 700<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, cylindrical shaped, in blue, black and green,<br />

unsigned, 26cm high<br />

£300 - 600


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31<br />

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35<br />

36<br />

37<br />

38


Lot 39<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, in orange and red, signed, 23cm high<br />

Lot 40<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass vase, speckled purple, with pinched side handles,<br />

unsigned, 36cm high<br />

Lot 41<br />

£300 - 600<br />

£350 - 550<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, in blue, silver and yellow, signed, 31cm high<br />

Lot 42<br />

£350 - 550<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1925-2012), a Murano glass Murrine ovoid vase, with butterflies in red and orange on a<br />

blue ground, unsigned, 22cm high<br />

Lot 43<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Merano glass Murrine vase, high cup shaped, in green and orange,<br />

signed, 29cm high<br />

Lot 44<br />

£250 - 450<br />

£300 - 600<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine ovoid vase, with mosaic squares in red, yellow,<br />

white and orange, unsigned, 20cm high<br />

Lot 45<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a tall Murano glass Murrine vase, in yellow on black, signed, 30cm<br />

Lot 46<br />

£250 - 450<br />

£400 - 700<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass vase, with grey cage work over a red field, unsigned, 26cm<br />

high<br />

Lot 47<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass Murrine vase, with black whorls on an orange field,<br />

unsigned, 30cm<br />

£300 - 600<br />

£400 - 700


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Lot 48<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass<br />

Murrine vase, in orange and black, signed, 28cm<br />

high<br />

Lot 49<br />

£300 - 600<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass<br />

Murrine vase, in yellow and red, signed, 26cm high<br />

Lot 50<br />

£300 - 600<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass<br />

Murrine vase, in violet on black, unsigned, 29cm<br />

high<br />

£300 - 600<br />

Lot 51<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass<br />

Murrine vase, ovoid shaped, with rows of black and<br />

white windows, unsigned, 26cm high<br />

Lot 52<br />

£300 - 600<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012) , a Murano glass<br />

Murrine vase, the cylindrical body with green leaves<br />

and red flower buds, unsigned, 28cm high<br />

Lot 53<br />

£250 - 450<br />

** Vittorio Ferro (1932-2012), a Murano glass<br />

Murrine vase, the jade ground with a red peacock<br />

fe<strong>at</strong>her ‘’eye’’ p<strong>at</strong>tern, unsigned, 29cm high<br />

£300 - 600


Miscellanea, Bronzes & Metalware<br />

Lots 54 - 107<br />

104


54<br />

55<br />

56<br />

Lot 54<br />

Three stained glass fragment panels, 17th century<br />

and l<strong>at</strong>er, one depicting a female bust, another of a Pan<br />

like figure emerging from scrolls and the last, a portrait<br />

of a 16th century gentleman, largest overall 17cm<br />

Lot 55<br />

£500 - 800<br />

An early 19th century stained glass armorial,<br />

depicting three unicorns and ermine motifs 29 x 23cm<br />

Lot 56<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Two 17th century stained glass fragment panels,<br />

each depicting a unicorn, 13 x 12cm and 14 x 10cm<br />

£400 - 600 57


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Lot 57<br />

A Victorian stained glass roundel, depicting a<br />

Pre-Raphaelite youth with flowers in his hair, within<br />

a brown border, overall 21.5cm<br />

Lot 58<br />

£300 - 500<br />

An 18th century Flemish stained glass panel,<br />

depicting a shepherd piper with Cupid behind, within<br />

a blue foli<strong>at</strong>e panel border interspaced with masks,<br />

32cm diameter<br />

Lot 59<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An early 18th century stained glass panel,<br />

depicting a warship off the coast, within a l<strong>at</strong>er red<br />

glass border, overall 30 x 24cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

60<br />

Lot 60<br />

A 18th century Dutch stained glass panel made<br />

from four sections depicting a shipwreck and<br />

the sails of a fighting galleon, overall 28 x 23cm<br />

£500 - 800


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62<br />

Lot 61<br />

A 19th century sailor’s shellwork Valentine, with folding case enclosing two panels, one with a love<br />

heart, the other inscribed ‘Ever Thine’, each panel overall 23 x 23cm, and another similar single glazed<br />

panel with central heart motif, 23 x 23cm<br />

Lot 62<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A 19th century sailor’s shellwork Valentine, formed as two octagonal panels but formerly hinged, each<br />

with orn<strong>at</strong>e shellwork p<strong>at</strong>tern, overall 35 x 35cm<br />

£300 - 500


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Lot 63<br />

Ten bottles of Ch<strong>at</strong>eau Mouton Rothschild,<br />

1965<br />

Lot 64<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A magnum of champagne Pol Roger Cuvée Sir<br />

Winston Churchill 1975, in original box<br />

Lot 65<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A magnum of champagne Pol Roger Cuvée Sir<br />

Winston Churchill 1975, in original box<br />

Lot 66<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Six bottles of Ch<strong>at</strong>eau Cos D’Estournel, Saint<br />

Estephe, 1982<br />

Lot 67<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Two bottles of Ch<strong>at</strong>eau Mouton Rothschild,<br />

2004<br />

£600 - 800<br />

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Lot 68<br />

A bottle of The Macallan 1970 single Highland<br />

Malt Scotch Whisky, bottled in 1988, 75cl<br />

£800 - 1,200


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Lot 69<br />

A Continental gilt metal mounted<br />

lapis lazuli snuff box, c.1900, with<br />

cabochon inset mount, 9cm wide, 6cm<br />

deep, 2.5cm high<br />

Lot 70<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A 19th century French Limoges<br />

enamel casket, of octagonal form<br />

with jewelled floral decor<strong>at</strong>ion and<br />

foli<strong>at</strong>e pad feet, 18cm wide, 18cm<br />

deep, 10cm high<br />

Lot 71<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Peter Rouw (1771-1852), a wax<br />

profile of Charles James Fox, case<br />

diameter 13.5cm<br />

Lot 72<br />

£400 - 600<br />

William Edward Kilburn (1818-1891),<br />

a hand coloured daguerreotype of<br />

Sir William Napier, 17 x 13cm, case<br />

overall 23 x 21cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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Lot 73<br />

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

carved wax pictures, depicting<br />

sportsman and dogs in a wetland<br />

landscape and stag and deer amongst<br />

woodland, 26 x 36cm, original gilt<br />

gesso frames<br />

£500 - 700<br />

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Lot 74<br />

A set of three Italian silver gilt figures of musical<br />

putti, each se<strong>at</strong>ed upon a stepped malachite base<br />

with foli<strong>at</strong>e scroll foot, Milan, mid 20th century,<br />

stamped 800, 5.5cm wide, 5.5cm deep, 9cm high<br />

Lot 75<br />

£600 - 700<br />

* A Russian lacquer Easter egg, <strong>at</strong>tributed to<br />

Lukutin, mid 19th century, finely painted with the<br />

resurrection of Christ, the reverse with a saint holding<br />

a scroll of paper, gilt and polychrome borders on a<br />

red ground, the interior gilded, 15.5cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 76<br />

* A Russian lacquer C<strong>at</strong>herine II portrait snuff<br />

box, by Lukutin, c.1840, painted with a mini<strong>at</strong>ure<br />

portrait of C<strong>at</strong>herine II, gilt foli<strong>at</strong>e borders on a blue<br />

ground, the faux tortoiseshell interior with Imperial<br />

warrant and sign<strong>at</strong>ure, 8cm wide<br />

Provenance: bought from the <strong>Winter</strong> Palace,<br />

Kensington Church Street, 8th September 1987.<br />

Lot 77<br />

£400 – 600<br />

* A fine Russian lacquer ‘Girl with admirers’<br />

snuff box, by Lukutin, c.1840, painted with a<br />

young woman in traditional costume se<strong>at</strong>ed on a<br />

riverbank with two male admirers beside her and<br />

a dog in a landscape, the faux tortoiseshell interior<br />

with Royal warrant and sign<strong>at</strong>ure and inscribed<br />

No.340., 9.8cm wide<br />

Provenance: bought from the <strong>Winter</strong> Palace,<br />

Kensington Church Street, 8th September 1987.<br />

£400 – 600


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Lot 78<br />

* A Russian lacquer ‘Old Believers’<br />

Easter egg, c.1860-80, finely painted<br />

with the resurrection of Christ, the<br />

reverse with saint Vladimir, inscribed<br />

to the interior, 16cm<br />

Provenance: bought from the <strong>Winter</strong><br />

Palace, Kensington Church Street, 26<br />

July 1988.<br />

Lot 79<br />

£400 - 600<br />

* Four Russian lacquer boxes, by<br />

Lukutin, c.1840-60, the first a snuff<br />

box finely painted with men drinking<br />

in an interior, 8.5cm wide, a drum<br />

shaped box and cover painted with a<br />

scene of the Kremlin, 6.5cm, a drum<br />

shaped box and cover painted with<br />

two drunk men making their way in a<br />

snowy landscape, 6.3cm and a cigar<br />

case with four people riding a troika,<br />

10.7cm, each with warrant mark and<br />

initials<br />

Provenance: bought from The <strong>Winter</strong><br />

Palace, Kensington Church Street, 4th<br />

July 1989.<br />

Lot 80<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A Newton’s ‘New & Improved<br />

terrestrial pocket globe’, with brass<br />

gimbal mount and original fishskin<br />

case, 7,5cm, case 10cm<br />

Lot 81<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

G. Cigoli, a 19th century Italian<br />

carved white marble figure of a<br />

Neapolitan tambourine dancer, with<br />

vines in his hair and standing upon a<br />

n<strong>at</strong>uralistic base with integral socle,<br />

signed to the reverse and d<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

Roma 1873, 95cm high<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

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Lot 82<br />

Ronald Cameron (1930-2013), a<br />

composition figure of Rosa, signed and<br />

numbered 17/25, 61cm high<br />

Lot 83<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Ronald Cameron (1930-2013), a black<br />

p<strong>at</strong>in<strong>at</strong>ed cast pewter figure of an African<br />

woman, signed and numbered 4/8, 55cm<br />

high<br />

Lot 84<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A pair of Italian ormolu mounted calacaita<br />

marble urns, with fruiting finials and ram’s<br />

head and swag mounts, 19cm wide, 44cm<br />

high<br />

£500 - 700<br />

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Lot 85<br />

* After the Ferdinando Vichi Gallery,<br />

an Italian white Carrara marble group<br />

‘Musica’, formed with five musical putti,<br />

each playing a different instrument or<br />

singing, 82cm wide, 63cm high<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

£7,000 - 10,000<br />

Lot 86<br />

* A pair of Italian neo-classical Carrara<br />

marble vases, with scroll handles and<br />

Greek key banding, on square feet, 24cm<br />

diameter, 50cm high<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

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Lot 87<br />

* Studio of Orazio Andreioni (c.1840-1895), a 19th century<br />

Italian white marble bust of a Roman Emperor, possibly<br />

Tiberius, signed to the reverse Studio O. ANDRIONI Roma, on<br />

varieg<strong>at</strong>ed marble socle, 41cm wide, 30cm deep, overall 75cm<br />

high<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 98<br />

* A Louis XVI style ormolu and porcelain three light<br />

chandelier with scrollwork frame, three reeded branches<br />

and floral encrusted decor<strong>at</strong>ion, 38cm wide, drop 52cm<br />

Provenance: The Est<strong>at</strong>e of Christian, Lady Hesketh,<br />

Sotheby’s 7th March 2007, Lot 786; thence Priv<strong>at</strong>e<br />

collection Guernsey<br />

Lot 89<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Jacob Abplanalp of Grindelwald, a carved group of<br />

William Tell and his son, standing upon a n<strong>at</strong>uralistic<br />

base, d<strong>at</strong>ed 1307, signed in the wood, 30cm high, 26cm<br />

deep, 71cm high<br />

£300 - 500


Lot 90<br />

An early 20th century French<br />

carved white marble figure of a<br />

semi-clad woman se<strong>at</strong>ed upon<br />

a daybed, raised on a veined<br />

marble plinth, 50cm wide, 29cm<br />

deep, 52cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 91<br />

* After Pierre-Philippe Thomire (1751-1843),<br />

a French Empire ormolu and rouge marble<br />

centrepiece, converted from a mantel clock,<br />

the ormolu column modelled as ‘’The Three<br />

Graces’’, bene<strong>at</strong>h a cut glass dish, raised on a<br />

marble triform plinth with ormolu strapwork marks<br />

and central foli<strong>at</strong>e p<strong>at</strong>erae where the dial was<br />

originally placed, 37cm diameter, 97cm high<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

£3,000 - 5,000


Lot 92<br />

Ernest Dagonet (French, 1856-1926), a<br />

bronze figure of ‘La Nuit’ standing with<br />

the crescent moon, upon a n<strong>at</strong>uralistic<br />

base and sl<strong>at</strong>e socle, 22cm diameter,<br />

58cm high<br />

Lot 93<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Pierre Marie François Ogé (1849-1912),<br />

a bronze figure of a tambourine girl<br />

standing with the instrument in her<br />

right hand, signed, 52cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 94<br />

A pair of Chinese or Japanese<br />

turquoise-glazed bottle vases with<br />

Louis XVI style ormolu lamp mounts,<br />

l<strong>at</strong>e 19th century, 40cm high excluding<br />

bulb fitting<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 95<br />

An Edwardian novelty oak smoker’s<br />

compendium modelled as a railway<br />

tender, with simul<strong>at</strong>ed coal lockable<br />

lid enclosing a fitted interior, on an iron<br />

underframe, 34cm wide, 17cm deep,<br />

17cm high<br />

£300 - 400


Lot 96<br />

* Franz Xavier Bergmann (1861-1936). An<br />

Austrian cold painted and p<strong>at</strong>in<strong>at</strong>ed cast<br />

bronze figure of a Turkish dancing girl se<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

in an armchair, wearing a beaded top, signed<br />

Nam Greb and Bergmann foundry mark to the<br />

back, 20cm wide, 29cm high<br />

Provenance: Christie’s 17th September, 2013, Lot<br />

203; thence Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey.<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Lot 97<br />

* A pair of l<strong>at</strong>e 19th century French<br />

Empire style bronze and ormolu three<br />

light candelabra, with bird finials, foli<strong>at</strong>e<br />

scroll branches, classical figure stems with<br />

sphynx and Medusa mask socles, 20cm<br />

wide, 63cm high<br />

Provenance: Sotheby’s - Mallet <strong>at</strong> Bourdon<br />

House, 9th March, 2007, lot 663, thence<br />

Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

£4,000 - 6,000


Lot 98<br />

Antonin Mercié (French,<br />

1845-1916), a bronze group<br />

L’Alsacienne des Tuileries -<br />

‘Quand même’, 31cm wide,<br />

62cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 99<br />

A bronze figure of<br />

Bacchus with a go<strong>at</strong>, 65cm<br />

high<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 100<br />

Edouard Drouot, French (1859-1945),<br />

a bronze warrior, ‘La Lutte pour la<br />

Vie’, standing upon a n<strong>at</strong>uralistic base,<br />

signed in the bronze, 65cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800


Lot 101<br />

A pair of l<strong>at</strong>e 19th century French<br />

Louis XVI style ormolu seven light<br />

candelabra, each with foli<strong>at</strong>e scroll and<br />

flower stems, with musical putto scroll<br />

bases, 74cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 102<br />

Paul Philippe (French, 1870-1930), a gilt<br />

bronze figure of a standing nude woman,<br />

‘The Challenge’, signed in the bronze, on<br />

hardwood plinth, 21.5cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 103<br />

* A pair of 19th century ormolu<br />

mounted Chipollino green varieg<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

marble vases, of neo-classical form,<br />

with plumed classical helmet handles<br />

and acanthus and lappet banding, 43cm<br />

wide, 60cm high<br />

Provenance: Christie’s 9th June, 2004,<br />

Lot 364; thence Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection<br />

Guernsey.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000


Lot 104<br />

Robert Wyland (American,<br />

b.1956), a p<strong>at</strong>in<strong>at</strong>ed bronze group<br />

‘Dolphin Reef’, signed in the bronze<br />

and d<strong>at</strong>ed 1995, numbered 79/450,<br />

81cm long, 53cm deep, 45.5cm<br />

high, comes with a pl<strong>at</strong>e glass oval<br />

top, 130 x 81cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 105<br />

G. Gori, a French Art Deco bronze,<br />

simul<strong>at</strong>ed ivory and marble Art Deco group<br />

of a medieval lady with a hound, on signed<br />

pink quartz and marble plinth, 56cm wide,<br />

20cm deep, 52cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 106<br />

Masson, a French Art Deco bronze and composition<br />

stone group of two hounds w<strong>at</strong>ering, signed in the<br />

base, 32cm long, 12cm deep, 28cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 107<br />

Henri Fugère, a pair of silvered bronze and<br />

marble bookends modelled as a kneeling<br />

faun and girl holding a posy of flowers,<br />

11cm wide, 9cm deep, 13cm high<br />

£400 - 600


European Ceramics & Glass<br />

Lots 108 - 146


Lot 108<br />

A pair of large Linthorpe painted<br />

earthernware vases, c.1880,<br />

designed by Christopher Dresser<br />

(1834-1904), each painted by Fred<br />

Brown with blossom on a pale yellow<br />

to brown gradu<strong>at</strong>ed egg shell ground,<br />

impressed marks ‘Linthorpe’, ‘HT’ for<br />

Henry Tooth, and shape number 889,<br />

one with partial Christopher Dresser<br />

impressed script mark, black painted FB<br />

monogram, 45cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 108A<br />

William de Morgan (1839-1917), a double tile ‘bird’ panel,<br />

Merton Abbey period (1882-1888), painted with blackbirds<br />

amid yellow flowers and green foliage, on a cream ground,<br />

impressed Merton Abbey DM marks to both tiles, total size<br />

41cm x 20.5cm, in an oak frame<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 109<br />

A Foley Intarsio ware timepiece, designed by<br />

Frederick Rhead, c.1895, the case of architectural<br />

design decor<strong>at</strong>ed with figural canted angles and<br />

leafing flower sprays enclosing a m<strong>at</strong>ching centre<br />

with sailing bo<strong>at</strong>s above birds, titled CARP DIEM<br />

above DIES NOX, with a pedimented sunburst<br />

cresting enclosing a Swiss made eight day<br />

movement, black printed mark and rd. no. 342574,<br />

29cm high<br />

£600 - 800


Lot 110<br />

A Plichta ‘thistle’ p<strong>at</strong>tern model of a pig,<br />

post 1930, painted by Joe Nekola, painted<br />

artist’s mark “NEKOLA/ PINXT”, impressed<br />

retailer’s mark PLICHTA/ LONDON/<br />

ENGLAND, 28.5cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 111<br />

An unusual Wemyss ‘thistle’ p<strong>at</strong>tern<br />

pedestal bowl, early 20th century,<br />

probably painted by James Sharp,<br />

impressed mark WEMYSS WARE, 21cm<br />

diameter<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 112<br />

A large Wemyss ‘thistle’ p<strong>at</strong>tern Elgin vase,<br />

early 20th century, probably painted by James<br />

Sharp, impressed and painted ‘Wemyss’ marks,<br />

44.5cm high, fine rim crack<br />

Lot 113<br />

£400 - 600<br />

John Pearson of Newlyn, an Arts & Crafts<br />

planished copper vase, decor<strong>at</strong>ed with four stylised<br />

swimming fish, initialled and numbered 2473 to the<br />

base, diameter 21cm, 20cm high<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 114<br />

Rene Lalique, a Lys p<strong>at</strong>tern opalescent glass bowl<br />

(no 382), c.1924, engraved mark R. LALIQUE FRANCE,<br />

24cm diameter<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 115<br />

Almeric Walter (1870-<br />

1959), a p<strong>at</strong>e-de-verre<br />

glass ‘Tanagra’ figure,<br />

c.1900, moulded in<br />

gradu<strong>at</strong>ed green glass,<br />

signed ‘A. Walter Nancy’<br />

to the base, 20cm high,<br />

chip to rear corner of base<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 116<br />

A Rene Lalique<br />

opalescent glass Vitesse<br />

car mascot, model 1160,<br />

c.1929, moulded R. Lalique<br />

sign<strong>at</strong>ure, 6.5cm diameter,<br />

18cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 117<br />

Quentin Bell (1910-1996), an early underglaze blue<br />

tinglaze pottery bowl, possibly to a Vanessa Bell design,<br />

d<strong>at</strong>ed 1936, painted to the interior with a flowerhead design,<br />

the underside with lappets and a keywork border, inscribed<br />

Mark Quentin Bell 1936 with a circular symbol, 27cm<br />

diameter<br />

Provenance: gifted by the Bell family to a Charleston<br />

Farmhouse housekeeper, thence by family descent.<br />

£500 - 800


Lot 118<br />

Bernard Winskill (d.1980), a Royal Worcester<br />

porcelain group, ‘At The Start No.4’, limited edition<br />

100, on a wooden stand, total height 42cm<br />

Provenance: Bernard Winskill’s own copy, thence by<br />

family descent<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 119<br />

Bernard Winskill (d.1980), a Royal<br />

Worcester group, ‘At the Start No.6’,<br />

limited edition 100, on a wooden stand,<br />

42cm high<br />

Provenance: Bernard Winskill’s own copy,<br />

thence by family descent<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 120<br />

Bernard Winskill (d.1980), a Royal<br />

Worcester foundry bronze model of<br />

Dunfermline, artist’s copy, 1978, 38cm<br />

long, 27cm high<br />

Provenance: Bernard Winskill’s own copy,<br />

thence by family descent<br />

£600 - 800


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Lot 121<br />

Bernard Winskill (d.1980), a Royal Worcester porcelain equestrian group of Richard Coeur de Lion,<br />

limited edition, wood stand, 37cm long, 51.5cm high<br />

Provenance: Bernard Winskill’s own copy, thence by family descent<br />

Lot 122<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Bernard Winskill (d.1980), a Royal Worcester foundry bronze equestrian group Richard Coeur de<br />

Lion, on a black and grey marble plinth, 55.5cm high, 43cm long<br />

Provenance: Bernard Winskill’s own copy, thence by family descent<br />

Lot 123<br />

Bernard Winskill (d.1980), a Royal Worcester porcelain model of William the Conqueror on<br />

horseback, raising aloft a b<strong>at</strong>tle pennant, artist’s copy, on black marble plinth, 65cm high, 43cm long<br />

Provenance: Bernard Winskill’s own copy, thence by family descent<br />

Lot 124<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Bernard Winskill (d.1980), a large Royal Worcester foundry bronze equestrian group ‘William the<br />

Conqueror’, on a rectangular black and white marble plinth, 80cm high, 42cm long<br />

Provenance: Bernard Winskill’s own copy, thence by family descent<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 125<br />

A Sevres bleu-celeste ground tobacco jar<br />

and cover (Pot à tabac), d<strong>at</strong>e code for 1759,<br />

finely painted with a young shepherd and his dog<br />

se<strong>at</strong>ed by sleeping sheep in a landscape, within<br />

a tooled gilt cartouche on a bleu-celeste ground,<br />

the domed cover painted with a w<strong>at</strong>ering can and<br />

spade and a beehive, strapwork loops <strong>at</strong> the back,<br />

blue interlaced Ls and G d<strong>at</strong>e letter to base, no<br />

decor<strong>at</strong>or’s marks present, 15.5cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 126<br />

A Meissen group ‘The<br />

Broken Eggs’, l<strong>at</strong>e 19th<br />

century, after Acier,<br />

underglaze blue crossed<br />

swords mark and incised<br />

model number F65, 24cm<br />

high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 127<br />

A Meissen group The<br />

Good Mother, 19th<br />

century, with good detail to<br />

the clothing, playing cards<br />

and base, blue crossed<br />

swords mark and model<br />

no. E69, 21.5cm high, arm<br />

detached but present<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 128<br />

A cased set of twenty four Sevres style<br />

cabinet pl<strong>at</strong>es, 19th century, each painted<br />

with a boy or girl in a garden setting, within<br />

flower garland borders, pseudo interlaced Ls<br />

mark, 24cm diameter<br />

Lot 129<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

After Gustav Adolf Kuntz (German 1843-1879). A<br />

KPM Berlin porcelain plaque, ‘Ein Gruss aus der<br />

Welt’, impressed mark KPM with sceptre, Dresden<br />

retailer’s rubber stamp, plaque 23.5 x 16cm<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 130<br />

A pair of Meissen topographical<br />

flower encrusted vases and covers,<br />

19th century, each painted with<br />

topographical views of Dresden and<br />

Pillnitz Castle with figures on the river<br />

in the foreground, the reverse with a<br />

bouquet of flowers, the ogee shaped<br />

body applied with flower and fruit<br />

festoons and modelled with a pair of<br />

cherubs, blue cross swords marks and<br />

incised model number 2707, 41.5cm,<br />

losses<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 131<br />

A Vienna style ‘Juno und Aeolus’ circular<br />

tray, c.1900, painted to a rectangular reserve<br />

with the figure of Juno and Aeolus and<br />

<strong>at</strong>tendant figures, signed P. Tschierse, within<br />

gilded borders decor<strong>at</strong>ed with cherubs and<br />

grisaille figures, shield mark and title to base,<br />

42.3cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 132<br />

A Meissen porcelain lozenge shaped<br />

tray, 19th century, painted with figures<br />

in seascapes, ozier moulded ground,<br />

underglaze blue crossed swords mark<br />

and incised model number 712, 37.7cm<br />

wide, broken and restored<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 133<br />

An impressive French Sevres style porcelain<br />

and ormolu mounted pedestal vase, 19th<br />

century, finely painted with a courting couple<br />

and a begging dog in a garden setting, the<br />

reverse with a bouquet of flowers, within gilt<br />

floral cartouches, on a bleu-celeste ground, with<br />

Bacchus mask mounts, festoons of flowers, the<br />

square base with term figures to each corner<br />

above bacchanalian friezes, on four toupie feet,<br />

46cm high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 134<br />

C<strong>at</strong>harina Zernichow for Royal Copenhagen, a large limited edition<br />

vase, d<strong>at</strong>ed 1920, commemor<strong>at</strong>ing the start of production <strong>at</strong> Hjørring<br />

Amts Andels-kartoffelmelsfabrik factory in 1920, inscribed around the<br />

inside of the neck, the slender bottle shaped vase decor<strong>at</strong>ed with tiger<br />

lilies, the base boldly inscribed in underglaze blue with the artist’s name,<br />

crown and waves mark, d<strong>at</strong>e 1920 and the edition 8/8, 73.5cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 135<br />

A large Royal Copenhagen jardiniere,<br />

1920s, painted with a continuous seascape,<br />

green printed mark and underglaze blue<br />

waves for 1889-1929, inscribed model<br />

number T6/8615 and indistinct artist’s<br />

sign<strong>at</strong>ure, 33cm diameter<br />

£300 - 500


Lot 136<br />

Six Staffordshire pearlware models of<br />

c<strong>at</strong>s, early 19th century, comprising a pair<br />

of c<strong>at</strong>s and a large se<strong>at</strong>ed c<strong>at</strong> in Pr<strong>at</strong>t type<br />

colours, 12.3 and 19.5cm, c.1810-20, two<br />

recumbent c<strong>at</strong>s on cushions, c.1835 and a<br />

c<strong>at</strong> with bocage, c.1825<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 137<br />

Two Staffordshire creamware models of a se<strong>at</strong>ed c<strong>at</strong> and a recumbent dog,<br />

c.1780, 6.5 and 4.8cm high, together with a Staffordshire porcelain model of a<br />

recumbent black c<strong>at</strong>, c.1830-50 and a Copeland Parian ware model of a c<strong>at</strong>, 7.3cm (4)<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Lot 138<br />

An extensive Royal Crown<br />

Derby Gold Aves dinner and<br />

tea service, the majority for<br />

twelve place settings including<br />

two vegetable tureens and<br />

covers, two octagonal bread<br />

or fruit bowls, two oval serving<br />

dishes, a hotw<strong>at</strong>er pot, sugar<br />

bowl, salad side dishes, etc.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000


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Lot 139<br />

A large Bloor Derby campana landscape vase, c.1830, painted with a large titled landscape ‘View in Sicily’,<br />

within gilt decor<strong>at</strong>ed cobalt blue borders, red printed Bloor Derby mark and iron red inscribed title, 32cm high<br />

Lot 140<br />

£300 - 500<br />

An unusual English porcelain campana vase, possibly Coalport, c.1825, applied with a pair of ram’s mask<br />

gilt handles, painted to each side with a seascape and a river scene with th<strong>at</strong>ched cottage, on an oeil de perdrix<br />

style cobalt blue ground, with gilt borders, 32.5cm high<br />

Lot 141<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Two Royal Worcester fruit painted tea pl<strong>at</strong>es, mid 20th century, by B. Cox and L. Maybury, black printed<br />

mark and d<strong>at</strong>e codes for 1949 and 1953, 15.5cm<br />

Lot 142<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Two Royal Worcester fruit painted dishes, by T. Freeman, mid 20th century, with gadrooned gilt edges,<br />

black printed marks and d<strong>at</strong>e code for 1949 and 1956, 17.5cm<br />

Lot 143<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A Royal Worcester fruit painted lozenge shaped dish, by R. Lewis, with gilt gadrooned scrolling borders,<br />

black printed mark and d<strong>at</strong>e code for 1960s, 25.5cm<br />

£350 - 450


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142<br />

143


Lot 144<br />

A fine and rare Royal Worcester<br />

reticul<strong>at</strong>ed teapot and cover,<br />

designed by George Owen, c.1881,<br />

puce printed mark and d<strong>at</strong>e code<br />

S for 1881, raised embossed mark,<br />

impressed S1 and incised 748,<br />

decor<strong>at</strong>or’s mark RS, 18.5cm high<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

Lot 145<br />

A pair of Royal Worcester fruit<br />

painted tea cups and saucers,<br />

1960s, the cups signed J. Smith<br />

and E. Townsend and the saucers<br />

J. Cook and Freeman, black printed<br />

marks, saucers 14cm (4)<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 146<br />

A Royal Worcester fruit painted comport,<br />

by H. Ayrton, 1960s, the dish top and stem<br />

both painted with fruit, black printed mark,<br />

22.3cm wide, 12.7cm high<br />

£600 - 800


Asian Works of<br />

Art<br />

Lots 147-261<br />

256<br />

53


147<br />

148<br />

149<br />

151<br />

150<br />

152<br />

153<br />

154<br />

155<br />

Lot 147<br />

* A Japanese carved wood r<strong>at</strong> netsuke, early 19th century, formed as a r<strong>at</strong>, with inlaid eyes, resting on<br />

Daikoku’s mallet, 4cm<br />

Provenance: Ex. Marcel Lorber collection; J. Hubbard, Reithden, W.Germany, 15th October, 1988<br />

£600 - 800


Lot 148<br />

* A Japanese carved wood netsuke of a recumbent Shi-Shi, signed Toyomasa?, l<strong>at</strong>e 18th century,<br />

with horn inset eyes, 4cm<br />

Provenance: J. Hubbard, 28th January, 1987<br />

Lot 149<br />

£200 - 300<br />

* A Japanese carved wood netsuke of a turtle shell, mid 19th century, the upper part of the him<strong>at</strong>oshi<br />

hidden bene<strong>at</strong>h the central pl<strong>at</strong>e of the shell, signed, 4cm<br />

Provenance: J. Hubbard, 20th February, 1988<br />

Lot 150<br />

£200 - 300<br />

* A Tokyo School carved wood netsuke of two boys fighting, 19th century, signed Kakiman, one boy<br />

with horn inlay to his robes, 3.7cm wide<br />

Provenance: J. Hubbard Ltd. 20th February, 1987<br />

Lot 151<br />

* A Japanese carved wood netsuke of a pumpkin with a stalk and leaves, 19th century, signed<br />

Tomonoru, 4.1cm<br />

Provenance: J. Hubbard Ltd. 19th <strong>December</strong>, 1986<br />

£400 - 600<br />

£150 - 200<br />

Lot 152<br />

* A Japanese carved wood netsuke of a tiger and cub, 19th century, unsigned, 2.2cm<br />

Provenance: J. Hubbard Ltd, 24th July, 1987<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 153<br />

* A Japanese carved wood netsuke of an ape, Tamba School, 19th century, with inlaid eyes, 3.4cm<br />

Provenance: J. Hubbard Ltd. <strong>12th</strong> August, 1986<br />

Lot 154<br />

£200 - 300<br />

* A Japanese wood netsuke of Son Goku (Sun Wukong) flying on his cloud somersault, early 19th<br />

century, signed Sentsu, 4.4cm<br />

Provenance: J. Hubbard Antiques, 12 <strong>December</strong> 1986.<br />

Lot 155<br />

£300 - 500<br />

* A Japanese mother of pearl netsuke of a leaf and berries, ridden by a b<strong>at</strong> and a spider, Meiji period,<br />

unsigned, 6cm<br />

£150 - 200


Lot 156<br />

A Japanese S<strong>at</strong>suma hexagonal koro and<br />

cover, by Kinkozan, Meiji period, decor<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

with altern<strong>at</strong>ing panels of landscapes, flowers<br />

and blossom, on six shaped feet, three character<br />

mark to base, 16cm high<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Lot 157<br />

A S<strong>at</strong>suma rectangular koro and cover,<br />

Meiji period, painted with figures and<br />

birds in landscapes, gilt two character<br />

mark to base, 14.5cm high<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 158<br />

A Japanese bronze, silver and gold overlaid<br />

vase, Kyoto Kuroda zo workshop, Meiji<br />

period, decor<strong>at</strong>ed with a spider on a web<br />

suspended from bamboo, on a dark brown<br />

p<strong>at</strong>in<strong>at</strong>ed ground, signed by the artist to the<br />

body and to the base ‘ Kyoto Kurosawa zo’,<br />

27.5cm high<br />

£600 - 800


Lot 159<br />

A Chinese blue and white landscape<br />

dish, Yongzheng/Qianlong period,<br />

finely drawn and painted with figures in<br />

bo<strong>at</strong>s in a mountainous river landscape<br />

with pavilions, the border with vines and<br />

flowers, 38.7cm diameter short hairline<br />

crack<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 160<br />

A pair of Chinese famille<br />

verte dishes, Kangxi/<br />

Yongzheng period, each<br />

painted with a basket of<br />

flowers, the border with floral<br />

panels, 22.2cm diameter,<br />

wood stands, hairline cracks<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 161<br />

A pair of Chinese famille<br />

rose semi-eggshell porcelain<br />

saucer dishes, Yongzheng<br />

period, each finely painted<br />

with a butterfly above peonies,<br />

finger citron and other fruit and<br />

flowers, within pink and yellow<br />

lotus flower and tendril borders,<br />

the underside enamelled with<br />

magnolia, 10.7cm diameter, one<br />

with tiny chip and hairline crack<br />

Ex. W.J. Holt Collection label<br />

£600 - 800


Lot 162<br />

A near pair of Chinese mirror-black glazed<br />

vases, Kangxi period, each with a trumpet<br />

shaped neck above baluster shaped body,<br />

white glazed base, 23.5 and 24cm high, both<br />

broken and glued<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 163<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘Sanxing’ tripod censer,<br />

Kangxi period, painted with the figures of the Three<br />

Star Gods Fu, Lu and Shou and their respective titles in<br />

script, on three tab shaped feet, 22cm diameter<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 164<br />

A Chinese blue glazed vase, zun, Wanli six character<br />

mark and possibly of the period, the bulbous body and<br />

spreading foot modelled with fins, 25cm high<br />

cf. a similar vase sold by Sotheby’s, Monochrome sale,<br />

London, 2 November 2022, lot 221.<br />

£700 - 900<br />

Lot 165<br />

A Chinese Ge type w<strong>at</strong>erpot, 18th/19th century,<br />

of qu<strong>at</strong>relobed form, with two colour crackle to the<br />

glaze, 7.8cm wide, with white metal spoon<br />

£600 - 800


Lot 166<br />

A Chinese l<strong>at</strong>e Ming blue and white<br />

jar, Wanli period, typically painted with<br />

flower and rockwork in shaped reserves<br />

on a brocade ground, 22.5cm high, neck<br />

reduced<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 167<br />

A Chinese copper red small bottle<br />

vase, 18th/19th century, of pear shape,<br />

underglaze blue double circle to base,<br />

14.5cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 168<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘phoenix’ saucer dish,<br />

Jiajing mark and probably of the period, the centre<br />

painted with two phoenixes below the character Shou<br />

within a border of rocks and waves, crimped edge,<br />

six character marked to base, 14.4cm diameter<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 169<br />

A Chinese Ming blue and white jar, l<strong>at</strong>e 15th<br />

century, painted to each side with a scholar se<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

in a garden below clouds, with floral sprigs between<br />

lappeted bands, unglazed base, 11.4cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200


Lot 170<br />

* A Chinese famille rose saucer dish, Yongzheng<br />

period, painted in enamels with a young woman playing a<br />

Qin, 25cm diameter, hardwood stand, repainting to enamel<br />

colours<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 171<br />

* A Chinese pale green glazed pottery<br />

figure of an <strong>at</strong>tendant, Tang dynasty<br />

(618-906 AD), standing holding a quiver<br />

of arrows, 21.5cm<br />

Provenance: Spink & Son Ltd, London,<br />

4th September, 1987<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 172<br />

* A Chinese straw glazed<br />

pottery model of a horse<br />

and female rider, Tang<br />

dynasty (618-906 AD),<br />

31cm high<br />

Provenance: Spink & Son<br />

Ltd, 23rd September, 1986<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 173<br />

* A Chinese cream glazed pottery model of an archer on<br />

horseback, Tang Dynasty (618-906 AD), 31cm<br />

Provenance: Spink & Son Ltd, London, June 1987, with copy of<br />

Spinks Octagon c<strong>at</strong>alogue fe<strong>at</strong>uring a photograph of this lot st<strong>at</strong>ing<br />

th<strong>at</strong> it was to be shown <strong>at</strong> the Grosvenor House Antiques fair.<br />

£600 - 800


Lot 174<br />

A pair of Chinese famille rose ‘Wu<br />

Shuang Pu’ porridge pots, liners and<br />

covers, Daoguang seal marks and of the<br />

period (1821-50), each of drum form, finely<br />

painted around the exterior with famous<br />

historical and mythical figures from the Wu<br />

Shuang Pu narr<strong>at</strong>ive (Table of Peerless<br />

Heroes) and inscribed with their respective<br />

names and titles, suspended with copper<br />

handles, 18.5cm, 16cm high, wood stands<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 175<br />

A large Chinese powder blue jar<br />

and cover, Kangxi period, painted<br />

to shaped reserves in underglaze<br />

blue with ladies in a garden,<br />

landscape scenes and antiques, on<br />

a powder blue ground, double circle<br />

to base, 35cm high, cracked and a<br />

section glued<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 176<br />

A pair of Chinese sang<br />

de boeuf glazed vases,<br />

tianqiuping, 19th/20th<br />

century, 19cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 177<br />

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

and cover, 18th/19th century, the shoulder with<br />

repe<strong>at</strong>ing ruyi heads above lotus flowers, scrolling<br />

tendrils and leaves and lappets to the base, the<br />

domed cover with onion-shaped finial, 62cm high,<br />

broken and glued<br />

£400 - 600


179<br />

180<br />

178<br />

Lot 178<br />

A large Chinese sang de boeuf glazed vase, early 20th century,<br />

flambé glaze to the mouth, unglazed base marked CHINA, 57.5cm<br />

high, wood stand, small chip losses around the edge of the foot<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 179<br />

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

zun, l<strong>at</strong>e 19th century, decor<strong>at</strong>ed with lotus flowers, scrolling foliage<br />

and Chi-dragons to the bulbous body between raised leaf lappets, on<br />

a café au lait ground, apocryphal Zhengde four character seal mark to<br />

base, 43cm high<br />

Lot 180<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A Chinese sang de boeuf glazed vase, 19th century, the crackle<br />

glaze gradu<strong>at</strong>ing from mushroom grey to copper red, l<strong>at</strong>er drilled and<br />

mounted as a lamp, height including wood stand 40.5cm, restored rim<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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Lot 181<br />

A Chinese enamelled porcelain figure of a court official, Jiaqing<br />

period (1796-1820), standing and holding a receptor in his left hand,<br />

wearing colourful robes, on a rockwork base, 17cm high, loss to right<br />

index finger<br />

£300 - 500


Lot 182<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘deer and<br />

cranes’ planter, 19th century, painted with<br />

deer, cranes, pine trees and lingzhi fungus in<br />

landscapes, the rim with plants and rockwork<br />

and a brocade border, 33cm diameter, 20.5cm<br />

high, restor<strong>at</strong>ion to rim and a crack to the base<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 183<br />

A Chinese powder blue small<br />

jardiniere, 19th century, painted in<br />

famille verte palette with two ladies<br />

se<strong>at</strong>ed in a garden, birds and insects<br />

amid flowers in shaped reserves,<br />

apocryphal Kangxi four character<br />

mark, 24cm diameter, 20cm high,<br />

star crack to base<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 184<br />

A Chinese green and yellow glazed<br />

‘dragon’ bowl, Daoguang mark and of the<br />

period (1821-50), the exterior incised with two<br />

dragons chasing flaming pearls, the interior<br />

incised with the character Shou, 10.3cm<br />

diameter, section of rim broken and restored,<br />

hairline cracks<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 185<br />

A Chinese famille verte ‘gourd vine’<br />

jardiniere, l<strong>at</strong>e 19th century, painted with<br />

vine gourds and butterflies, underglaze<br />

blue double circle to base, 22cm high,<br />

26.5cm diameter<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 186<br />

A Chinese famille rose porcelain mounted hongmu<br />

framed table screen, 19th century, the porcelain plaque<br />

painted with scholars in a garden with rockwork and<br />

bamboo in the background, porcelain 22.5 x 17cm, the<br />

Hongmu stand with scrollwork and supports, 38cm high<br />

overall, 25.5cm wide, some damage<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 187<br />

* A Chinese carved clair du lune glazed incense<br />

box and cover, by Li Yucheng, Jingdezhen, 1820-<br />

1870, of elong<strong>at</strong>ed octagonal form, the cover with a<br />

cockerel and foliage, the sides with blind fret centred<br />

by ‘wan’ motifs, the interior with turquoise glaze,<br />

carved seal script mark ‘ Li Yucheng zuo’ to base,<br />

9.5cm wide<br />

Provenance: Spink & Son Ltd, London, 5th October,<br />

1987.<br />

Li Yucheng is known as a master of porcelain carving,<br />

active during the reigns of Daoguang to Tongzhi.<br />

Cf. a yellow glazed brushpot by Li Yucheng sold by<br />

Christie’s, Hong Kong, The Pavilion <strong>Sale</strong> - Chinese<br />

Ceramics and Works of Art Including the Quek Kiok<br />

Lee Collection, 9 October 2019, lot 53, bearing a<br />

similar seal mark.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 188<br />

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

‘dragon’ vases, early 20th century, each<br />

painted with dragons amid peonies, the neck applied<br />

with prunus branch shaped handles, the bases<br />

incised with apocryphal Chenghua marks, 44.3cm<br />

high<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 189<br />

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

mark and of the period (1875-1908), finely painted to the<br />

interior with a five-claw dragon chasing a flaming pearl,<br />

the underside border with two further dragons, the base<br />

inscribed ‘Da Qing Guangxu Nianzhi’, 16.4cm diameter, tiny<br />

glaze chip to rim<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 190<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘deer and pine’ vase,<br />

Qianlong seal mark but Republic period, of<br />

ovoid form applied with a pair of zoomorphic mask<br />

ring handles, painted with two deer bene<strong>at</strong>h a<br />

pine tree in a rockwork landscape with bamboo<br />

and lingzhi fungus, 26cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 191<br />

A pair of Chinese enamelled porcelain<br />

‘dragon and Buddhist lion’ vases, 19th<br />

century, each painted with two dragons<br />

chasing a flaming pearl, and two Buddhist lions<br />

playing with a brocaded ball, amid flames and<br />

clouds, the neck modelled with chi-dragons and<br />

Buddhist lion dog handles, frilled rim, 33cm high,<br />

body crack to one vase<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 192<br />

An unusual Chinese blue and white globeshaped<br />

vase, l<strong>at</strong>e 19th century, painted with<br />

figures and sentry guards standing outside a city<br />

g<strong>at</strong>e, double circle to base, 24.3cm high<br />

£500 - 800


Lot 193<br />

A Chinese famille rose ‘peony’ pl<strong>at</strong>e, Guangxu<br />

mark and of the period (1875-1908), finely painted<br />

with butterflies amid peonies and prunus blossom, the<br />

underside painted with lotus flowers and ribbon like<br />

tendrils above waves, six character red mark, 22.2cm<br />

diameter<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 194<br />

A Chinese famille verte ‘farming’ tall vase,<br />

Kangxi mark but l<strong>at</strong>e 19th century, finely<br />

painted with figures tilling and sewing crop in<br />

a landscape and farm buildings, apocryphal<br />

six character Kangxi mark to base, 36cm<br />

high<br />

The scenes are taken from the “Pictures<br />

of Tilling and Weaving” ordered by the<br />

Kangxi emperor, see Philadelphia Museum<br />

of Art: https://philamuseum.org/collection/<br />

object/55098 crack to neck<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 195<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘peonies and<br />

bamboo’ vase, Jiaqing period, of ovoid<br />

form, painted with peonies bamboo and<br />

rockwork, the reverse with butterflies, 22cm<br />

high, wood stand<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 196<br />

A Chinese enamelled porcelain ‘leaping carp’<br />

cup, Daoguang mark and possibly of the period,<br />

painted with carp leaping amid waves, the reverse<br />

with ducks in-flight, iron red six character mark to<br />

base, 7.1cm diameter, wood stand<br />

£800 - 1,200


Lot 197<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘ox and plough’<br />

bottle vase, l<strong>at</strong>e 19th century, painted with a<br />

continuous landscape scene of a man standing<br />

on a plough drawn by oxen within a landscape<br />

with trees and rockwork, the shoulder with<br />

diaper bands, double circle to base, 20.5cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 198<br />

A Chinese blue and white<br />

moonflask, Daoguang six<br />

character mark and of the<br />

period, with honeycomb<br />

pierced peach shaped reserves<br />

to each side within a border<br />

of flowers and foliage, the<br />

neck applied with a pair of<br />

loop handles with ruyi head<br />

terminals, 25.5cm high, neck<br />

reduced<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 199<br />

A Chinese blue and<br />

white porcelain stool,<br />

19th century, painted<br />

with lotus flowers and<br />

scrolling foliage, pierced<br />

with coin motifs, between<br />

bands of raised bosses<br />

and foli<strong>at</strong>e lappets, 48cm<br />

high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 200<br />

A Chinese underglaze copper red ovoid vase, Yongzheng<br />

seal mark, but 19th century, finely painted with a boy<br />

riding a buffalo in a landscape with rocks and a gnarled tree,<br />

the shoulder applied with a pair of lion mask ring handles,<br />

underglaze blue seal mark to base, 28cm high, rim chips and<br />

short hairline cracks<br />

£800 - 1,200


Lot 201<br />

A Chinese famille<br />

rose pen box and<br />

cover, Daoguang<br />

period, finely painted<br />

with court figures, the<br />

interior with central<br />

divider, 20cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 202<br />

* A Chinese cinnabar lacquer<br />

circular box, Qianlong period, the<br />

lid carved with a scholar and boy in a<br />

landscape, the sides ‘Hundred wan’,<br />

6cm diameter<br />

Provenance: Roger Keverne Ltd, 19th<br />

November, 1997<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 203<br />

A pair of Chinese<br />

inscribed ‘Damo’ bamboo<br />

brushpots, 19th century,<br />

each carved in relief with<br />

the figure of Damo, the<br />

reverse inscribed with a four<br />

column inscription, 14.3cm<br />

high, age cracks<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 205<br />

Lot 204<br />

A Chinese bamboo-root ‘scholars’<br />

brushpot, bitong, 19th century,<br />

carved in high relief and openwork<br />

with scholars amid pavilions and trees<br />

and below rocky outcrops, 17.5cm<br />

high, age cracks<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese gilt-decor<strong>at</strong>ed black lacquer games<br />

box, mid 19th century, decor<strong>at</strong>ed with figures amid<br />

pavilions and trees, the interior with similar lidded<br />

boxes and various card trays, total width 36cm,<br />

contains approx. 200 mother-of-pearl counters<br />

£500 - 700


Lot 206<br />

A Chinese hardwood and<br />

mother-of-pearl inlaid<br />

longcase clock, mid 20th<br />

century, decor<strong>at</strong>ed with<br />

figures of immortals in<br />

garden settings, rockwork,<br />

bamboo, fruiting vines and<br />

other foliage, 212cm high<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

Lot 207<br />

An impressive Chinese<br />

hongmu and mother of<br />

pearl inlaid dressing<br />

table, mid 20th century,<br />

inlaid with female<br />

immortals, a phoenix and<br />

a dragon amid clouds,<br />

106cm wide, 69cm deep,<br />

185cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 208<br />

An Anglo-Chinese padouk wood bureau,<br />

the fall enclosing pigeon holes and short<br />

drawers over a frieze drawer, two short and<br />

two long drawers, on bracket feet, 83cm<br />

wide, 49cm deep, 96cm high<br />

£5,000 - 7,000


Lot 209<br />

A good Chinese reticul<strong>at</strong>ed bamboo<br />

‘sages’ brushpot, l<strong>at</strong>e Ming/early Qing<br />

dynasty, 17th century, finely carved in<br />

high relief and open work with six sages<br />

bene<strong>at</strong>h a gnarled pine tree and rocky<br />

outcrop, the reverse with further pine<br />

branches and ornamental rocks, on three<br />

shaped bracket feet, the p<strong>at</strong>ina a deep<br />

reddish caramel tone, 14.5cm high, age<br />

cracks<br />

cf. a similar bamboo brushpot sold by<br />

Christie’s, Hong Kong, Important Chinese<br />

Ceramics and Works of Art (Including The<br />

Su Zhu An Collection of Inkstones) sale,<br />

27 November 2013, lot 3362.<br />

Three similar reticul<strong>at</strong>ed bamboo<br />

brushpots d<strong>at</strong>ed to the l<strong>at</strong>e Ming appear<br />

in Spink & Son Ltd, London, Bamboo &<br />

Wood Carvings of China and the East<br />

c<strong>at</strong>alogue (numbers 2, 3 and 4) edited by<br />

Roger Keverne, November 1979.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 210<br />

A Chinese bamboo ‘river landscape’ inscribed<br />

brushpot, bitong, 19th century, carved in relief with<br />

figures on bo<strong>at</strong>s in a mountainous river landscape,<br />

with figures in pavilions looking outward, three column<br />

inscription verso, on three shaped feet, reddish brown<br />

p<strong>at</strong>ina, 12cm high, a few small wormholes<br />

A very similar ‘landscape’ bamboo brushpot d<strong>at</strong>ed to the<br />

Qing dynasty appears in Spink & Son Ltd, London, Bamboo<br />

& Wood Carvings of China and the East c<strong>at</strong>alogue (number<br />

40) edited by Roger Keverne, November 1979.<br />

£200 - 300


Lot 211<br />

A Chinese celadon jade mounted hand<br />

mirror, the jade 18th/19th century, the<br />

back of the mirror cast in relief with the<br />

eight Buddhist emblems inset with semiprecious<br />

hardstone cabochons and an<br />

oval jade plaque carved in relief with a<br />

bird amid rocks and millet, the handle<br />

mounted with a dragon headed belt hook,<br />

the jade of good even tone with some<br />

occasional white inclusions, 24.5cm long<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 212<br />

* A Chinese small white<br />

jade carving of a stylised<br />

duck, l<strong>at</strong>e Qing dynasty,<br />

clasping a sprig of lotus in its<br />

beak, 2.8cm high<br />

Lot 214<br />

£200 - 300<br />

* A Chinese white jade group of two<br />

c<strong>at</strong>fish, 18th century, each fish biting<br />

a sprig of lingzhi fungus, the stone of<br />

good even tone with some occasional<br />

paler inclusions, 6.5cm, on a square<br />

hardwood plinth<br />

Lot 213<br />

* A Chinese white jade carving of a cluster of<br />

melons, 18th century, with stalks and leaves,<br />

two squirrels sitting on the branches, 9cm wide,<br />

on a carved hardwood stand<br />

Provenance: Spink & Son Ltd, London, <strong>12th</strong><br />

September 1988<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Provenance: Roger Keverne Ltd; 20th<br />

June, 2005.<br />

The depiction of c<strong>at</strong>fish with lingzhi<br />

fungus forms the rebus niannian ruyi or<br />

‘May your wishes come true year after<br />

year.’<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


216<br />

215<br />

217<br />

218<br />

219<br />

221<br />

220<br />

223<br />

222


Lot 215<br />

* A Chinese white jade figure of a boy wearing a h<strong>at</strong> and long co<strong>at</strong>, Ming dynasty, the stone with<br />

brown and black inclusions, 5.2cm high<br />

Provenance: Ex. Dr. Newton collection; Roger Keverne, 17th November, 2000<br />

Lot 216<br />

£300 - 500<br />

* A Chinese pale celadon jade hair pin, Qing dynasty, carved in relief with a bird on a pine branch, the<br />

terminal with lingzhi fungus, 8.5cm, probably shortened<br />

Lot 217<br />

£300 - 500<br />

* A Chinese mini<strong>at</strong>ure white jade seal of archaic bronze bell form, l<strong>at</strong>e Qing dynasty, carved in low<br />

relief with scrolling clouds, 1.7cm high. Provenance: G. Hawthorn Antiques, 24th October, 2003<br />

Lot 218<br />

£200 - 300<br />

* A Chinese pale celadon jade carving of a stylised c<strong>at</strong>fish, probably 17th century, the reverse carved<br />

with a sprig of lingzhi fungus, 5cm<br />

Lot 219<br />

£300 - 500<br />

* A Chinese pale celadon jade carving of the He He Erxian twins, 18th/19th century, one boy holding<br />

a sprig of lotus, the other lingzhi fungus, the stone with some paler inclusions and a small russet inclusion<br />

bene<strong>at</strong>h one of the figures, 5cm<br />

Lot 220<br />

£300 - 500<br />

* A Chinese white and russet carved jade figure of Liu Hai, 17th century, modelled kneeling, with<br />

outstretched arms, offering a sycee (silver ingot), 3.5cm. Provenance: Spink & Son Ltd, 27th April, 1990<br />

Lot 221<br />

£400 - 600<br />

* A Chinese white jade pendant, carved as a gourd, Qianlong period, with overlapping leaves and<br />

tendrils and a branch in open work, the stone of good even tone with a slight russet inclusion to the base,<br />

8cm. Provenance: The Baron George de Menasce collection; Roger Keverne Ltd, 22nd July, 1998<br />

Lot 222<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

* A good Chinese pale celadon-grey small jade screen or plaque, Ming dynasty, c.1600, possibly<br />

earlier, pierced and carved with a writhing two-horned dragon, with bulging eyes, amongst flowers and<br />

foliage, 7.5 x 5.8cm, raised in a carved hardwood stand<br />

Provenance: S. Marchant & Son, London, 17th May, 2005<br />

Lot 223<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

* A Chinese small white jade flower head, Song/Yuan dynasty, <strong>12th</strong>/13th century, in the form of a<br />

hibiscus bloom, the centre carved with vase, width 4.2cm, raised in a slender stand<br />

Provenance: G. Hawthorn Antiques, 13th May, 2004<br />

£300 - 500


Lot 224<br />

* A Chinese pale celadon and russet jade brush pot,<br />

bitong, 18th century, worked in deep relief with The<br />

Three Friends of <strong>Winter</strong>’ (prunus, pine and bamboo) and<br />

lingzhi fungus, 7cm high, on a carved hardwood stand<br />

Provenance: Roger Keverne Ltd; 17th June, 2003<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 226<br />

A Chinese soapstone se<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

figure of a luohan, 18th<br />

century, se<strong>at</strong>ed holding a<br />

begging bowl in his left hand, on<br />

a rockwork base, 11cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 225<br />

* A Chinese pale celadon jade carving of<br />

a fruit, 18th century, with stalks and leaves,<br />

a flower to one side, an insect to the reverse,<br />

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

stalk and the insect with a russet skin, 9.5cm<br />

wide, on a carved hardwood stand<br />

Provenance: Spink & Son Ltd, 7th January,<br />

1987<br />

£600 - 800<br />

0<br />

Lot 227<br />

A Chinese soapstone se<strong>at</strong>ed figure of Guanyin,<br />

17th/18th century, holding a scroll in the left hand and<br />

a rosary of beads in her right hand, on a shaped base,<br />

15.5cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 228<br />

* A Chinese pale celadon jade<br />

w<strong>at</strong>erpot, 17th/18th century, formed<br />

as overlapping petals and worked with<br />

a prunus spray, the stone of good even<br />

tone with one small russet vein, 5.75cm<br />

Provenance: Roger Keverne Ltd, 18th<br />

September, 2001<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 229<br />

* A Chinese small mellow green jade<br />

model of a standing elephant, 17th<br />

century, 4.25cm<br />

Provenance: Roger Keverne Ltd, 6th<br />

April, 2001<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 230<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade grasshopper<br />

pendant, 18th/19th century, 6.8cm long<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 231<br />

A Chinese reticul<strong>at</strong>ed mottled green jade box<br />

and cover, Qing dynasty, the cover carved and<br />

pierced with bamboo, b<strong>at</strong>s and endless knots, 13cm<br />

across<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 232<br />

A Chinese pale celadon and russet jade carving of<br />

peaches and two b<strong>at</strong>s, 17th century, the stone with<br />

pale russet and brown inclusions, 5.9cm<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 233<br />

A Chinese creamy white jade ‘plum<br />

blossom’ cup, 18th/19th century,<br />

carved in high relief and open work with<br />

prunus branches and blossom, the stone<br />

of creamy white tone with some pale<br />

russet inclusions, 7.4cm across<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 234<br />

A Chinese Ming green soapstone figure of<br />

a recumbent lion-dog, 16th/17th century,<br />

7.5cm long<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 235<br />

A Chinese soapstone mountain seal, Qing<br />

dynasty, carved in relief with prunus, rocks and<br />

a b<strong>at</strong>, signed, 6.5cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 236<br />

A Chinese celadon jade two handled cup, 17th<br />

century, decor<strong>at</strong>ed with a band of archaistic studs, with a<br />

pair of loop handles, on a channel moulded foot, the stone<br />

with brown veining and some paler mottling, 11.7cm wide,<br />

wood stand<br />

£600 - 800


Lot 237<br />

A Chinese snakeskin soapstone bowl,<br />

Tang dynasty or l<strong>at</strong>er, of plain form<br />

with ring turning to the midline, 24.5cm<br />

diameter<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 238<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade group of two<br />

badgers, 18th/19th century, each biting a<br />

sprig of lingzhi fungus, the stone of good even<br />

tone 5.3cm, wood stand<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 239<br />

A Chinese embossed copper hand warmer,<br />

17th/18th century, embossed and chased with<br />

a continuous scene of boys in a garden, the pair<br />

of looped swing handles with cicada terminals,<br />

engraved four character mark in a square to the<br />

base, 16.5cm across<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 240<br />

A Chinese cloisonné enamel jardiniere housing a<br />

glass mounted model tree, 19th century, 29.5cm high<br />

£300 - 500


Lot 241<br />

A Chinese bronze vase, Song-Yuan<br />

dynasty, the neck and foot decor<strong>at</strong>ed with<br />

a band of scrolls, 23cm high, dents<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 242<br />

A Burmese cast silver model of a<br />

dancer, l<strong>at</strong>e 19th century, on an ebonised<br />

wood plinth, total height 17cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 244<br />

Lot 243<br />

* A Tibetan gilt bronze figure of a deity,<br />

17th century, holding a purba in his right<br />

hand, se<strong>at</strong>ed on a corpse, rockwork base,<br />

Sanskrit inscription to the back of the base,<br />

10cm<br />

Provenance: Spink & Son Ltd, London, 29th<br />

June 1989<br />

* A Tibetan gilt bronze figure of a bodhis<strong>at</strong>tva, 17th<br />

century, with four faces, se<strong>at</strong>ed on a goose and rockwork<br />

base, Sanskrit inscription to the rear of the base, 10cm high<br />

Provenance: Spink & Son Ltd, London, 17th July 1989.<br />

Previously exhibited <strong>at</strong> Grosvenor House<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 245<br />

* A Tibetan mini<strong>at</strong>ure gilt bronze figure of<br />

Green Tara, 18th/19th century, 3cm high<br />

Provenance: G. Hawthorn Antiques, 22nd<br />

October 2007<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 246<br />

* A bronze head of Buddha,<br />

Northern Thailand, 14th<br />

century, on a stand, 13cm,<br />

(20cm overall)<br />

Provenance: Spink & Son Ltd,<br />

London, 29th June 1989<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 247<br />

* A bronze se<strong>at</strong>ed figure<br />

of Tara, Central Java, 9th<br />

century, 13cm<br />

Provenance: Spink & Son<br />

Ltd, London, 15th June 1989<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 248<br />

* A pair of bronze se<strong>at</strong>ed figures of<br />

Bodhis<strong>at</strong>tva, Java, 18th/19th century, each<br />

10cm<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 249<br />

A Chinese mini<strong>at</strong>ure cast<br />

bronze figure of Teacher<br />

(Lama) Changkya Rolpai<br />

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

with engraved robes, 4cm<br />

high<br />

Provenance: probably<br />

Spink, London mid 1990s<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 250<br />

A Tibetan gilt bronze<br />

figure of Avalokeshvara,<br />

18th century, se<strong>at</strong>ed in<br />

padmansana, on a double<br />

lotus throne, 16cm high<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 251<br />

A Tibetan bronze ghanta bell,<br />

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

cast with a bodhis<strong>at</strong>tva head, the<br />

bell with Sanskrit inscription to the<br />

interior, 15.5cm high<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Lot 252<br />

* A Chinese bronze weight,<br />

in the form of a recumbent<br />

deer, l<strong>at</strong>e Ming/early Qing<br />

dynasty, 5.2cm long, wood<br />

stand<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 253<br />

* A Chinese mini<strong>at</strong>ure silver figure of a<br />

Bodhis<strong>at</strong>tva, 18th/19th century, se<strong>at</strong>ed in prayer,<br />

engraved six character mark ‘Da Qing Qianlong<br />

nianzhi’ to the reverse, 4.5cm high<br />

Provenance: Spink & Sons, 11th October, 1990<br />

£300 - 500


Lot 254<br />

A Burmese gilt bronze se<strong>at</strong>ed figure of Jambup<strong>at</strong>i Buddha on a<br />

throne, Shan, 17th-18th century, in bhumisparsa mudra, wearing the<br />

robes and crown of a monarch, orn<strong>at</strong>e scrollwork headdress, 26cm high,<br />

with l<strong>at</strong>er paste and mirror insert giilt wood stand, total height 35.5 cm<br />

cf. a similar figure in the Victoria & Albert Museum, accession No. IS.41-<br />

1994<br />

Provenance: acquired on travels to India and South Asia in 1975, thence<br />

by family descent. losses to headdress<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 255<br />

A group of three brass alloy Shiva<br />

Mukhalingam, Southern India, 16th-18th<br />

century, each depicting a Shiva head,<br />

wearing his characteristic moustache,<br />

earrings and m<strong>at</strong>ted hair, one example<br />

surmounted by a removable Naga (cobra)<br />

figure, 13.5-19.5cm<br />

Provenance: bought form a specialist<br />

dealer in New Dehli, India in 1975, thence<br />

by family descent.<br />

Mukha-linga signifies a visage or face<br />

on a metallic, cylindrical casting used to<br />

cover a stone lingam. The cover is thought<br />

to protect the viewer from the harm th<strong>at</strong><br />

could occur on visualiz<strong>at</strong>ion of the linga,<br />

especially one with eyes painted on its<br />

surface, which is believed to energise the<br />

figure.<br />

Lot 256<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A group of eighteen bronze or brass<br />

Shiva masks, Southern India, 16th-19th<br />

century, 6.2 - 19.5cm high<br />

Provenance: bought form a specialist<br />

dealer in New Delhi, India in 1975, thence<br />

by family descent.<br />

£500 - 800


Lot 257<br />

A Chinese lacquered bronze figure of<br />

Budai, l<strong>at</strong>e Ming dynasty, the figure se<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

on a lotus throne, 23cm high, cracks and old<br />

repairs<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 258<br />

A Chinese cloisonné enamel and<br />

gilt bronze mounted censer and<br />

cover, 19th century, finely decor<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

in colours with taotie masks, stylised<br />

Shou characters within lappeted borders,<br />

the shoulder applied with a pair of bixi<br />

handles, on three elephant head feet, the<br />

domed cover worked in repousse and<br />

pierced with flowers and scrolling tendrils,<br />

surmounted by a Buddhist lion finial,<br />

16cm wide, 17cm high, minor damage<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 259<br />

A Chinese cloisonné enamel tripod<br />

censer, Li, Xuande six character mark,<br />

Ming dynasty, 16th century, the rim<br />

with a pair of rope twist looped handles,<br />

decor<strong>at</strong>ed in yellow, red, blue, white and<br />

green enamels with Indian lotus flowers and<br />

scrolling foliage on a turquoise blue ground,<br />

the base with cast six character mark,<br />

19cm across, height to handle 14.5cm, with<br />

l<strong>at</strong>er hongmu cover and stand, the cover<br />

inset with a pale celadon jade figure of an<br />

immortal, possibly Song dynasty, 3.7cm.<br />

cf. two rel<strong>at</strong>ed censers each with a pair<br />

of ‘rope-twist’ handles, <strong>at</strong>tributed to the<br />

mid-Ming dynasty, in the Palace Museum,<br />

Beijing, illustr<strong>at</strong>ed in Zhongguo jin yin boli<br />

falangqi quanji [Complete works of Chinese<br />

gold, silver, glass and enamelware], vol. 5:<br />

Falangqi I [Enamelware I], Shijiazhuang,<br />

2002, pls 77 and 78; and another, <strong>at</strong>tributed<br />

to Ming dynasty, 16th century, sold <strong>at</strong><br />

Sotheby’s, London, Monochrome | Important<br />

Chinese Art sale, 2nd November 2022, lot<br />

287.<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Lot 260<br />

A rare Chinese<br />

champlevé enamel and<br />

copper repousse work<br />

‘dragon’ censer, Xuande<br />

six character mark,<br />

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

bulbous body decor<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

in coloured enamels with<br />

dragons chasing flaming<br />

pearls amid clouds, on<br />

three mythical beast head<br />

feet, seal mark to base,<br />

15.5cm wide, 8.8cm high<br />

some damage<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 261<br />

A Chinese embroidered silk military third class rank badge, 19th century, finely worked with a leopard<br />

surrounded by auspicious symbols, above lishui stripes, 24 x 26cm, framed<br />

£300 - 500


CLOCKS, CARPETS<br />

& FURNITURE<br />

262-318<br />

271<br />

85


Lot 262<br />

* A l<strong>at</strong>e 19th<br />

century French<br />

brass oval<br />

cased eight day<br />

hour repe<strong>at</strong>ing<br />

carriage clock, by<br />

Henri Marc, with<br />

movement striking<br />

on a blued steel<br />

gong, number 7901,<br />

13.5cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 263<br />

Drocourt & Co., a l<strong>at</strong>e 19th<br />

century French hour repe<strong>at</strong>ing<br />

ormolu oval cased carriage<br />

clock, with movement striking<br />

on a blued steel gong, numbered<br />

17271, 13.5cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 265<br />

Paul Barraud of London, a<br />

George III mahogany cased<br />

hour repe<strong>at</strong>ing eight day bracket<br />

clock, with twin fusee movement<br />

with verge escapement and<br />

bob pendulum, named Barraud,<br />

Cornhill, London to the backpl<strong>at</strong>e,<br />

28cm wide, 19cm deep, 37cm high<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

Lot 264<br />

* Whiteman of Leadenhall<br />

Street, London, a George III<br />

ebonised hour repe<strong>at</strong>ing and<br />

chiming bracket clock, with three<br />

train movement striking on a bell<br />

and chiming on eight bells with<br />

anchor escapement and engraved<br />

backpl<strong>at</strong>e, 36cm wide, 23cm deep,<br />

42cm high<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

Lot 266<br />

Charles Bayles of<br />

Hampstead, a George III<br />

ebonised eight day repe<strong>at</strong>ing<br />

bracket clock, the arched<br />

silvered dial with strike silent<br />

and d<strong>at</strong>e aperture, twin<br />

fusee movement with anchor<br />

escapement and engraved<br />

backpl<strong>at</strong>e, 32cm wide, 20cm<br />

deep, 43cm high<br />

£600 - 900


Lot 267<br />

A 19th century French Louis XVI style ormolu<br />

mantel clock, with torch, bow and quiver<br />

finial over a foli<strong>at</strong>e scroll and flower decor<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

architectural case, eight day movement signed<br />

Rollei, Paris, on separ<strong>at</strong>e plinth, 36cm wide,<br />

19cm deep, 48cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 268<br />

An early 20th century<br />

French ormolu mounted<br />

red boulle work mantel<br />

clock, with putto finial and<br />

Roman tablet numeral dial,<br />

eight day movement signed<br />

Rollin à Paris, 43cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 269<br />

A Louis XVI style ormolu mantel clock,<br />

with Cupid and dolphin finial over an<br />

enamelled Roman dial, the rococo floral<br />

scroll case with dolphin feet, eight day<br />

movement signed Le Conte Paris, 23cm<br />

wide, 14cm deep, 45cm high<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 270<br />

Bautte et Moynier, an early 19th century<br />

Swiss ormolu mounted mahogany<br />

lyre shaped mantel timepiece on l<strong>at</strong>er<br />

hardwood plinth with glass dome, timepiece<br />

18cm wide, 8cm deep, 40cm high,<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 271<br />

A Charles Frodsham Congreve design rolling ball<br />

clock with left hand hour dial, central minutes and right<br />

hand seconds, lacquered brass frame and bronzed<br />

metal glazed case with green marble plinth, raised<br />

on gilt feet, circa 1977, a replica of the rolling-ball<br />

clock designed by William Congreve circa 1810 and<br />

housed in the Museum of the Worshipful Company<br />

of Clockmakers <strong>at</strong> the Guildhall, London. 49cm wide,<br />

37cm deep, 45cm high, with original paperwork from<br />

Dent of London<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 272<br />

A Mysterious Circul<strong>at</strong>or Mystery Clock by E.<br />

Dent & Co. Ltd., London otherwise known<br />

as the Chronological Equilibrium, c.1975, on<br />

a signed oval base, numbered 105/500, 22cm<br />

wide, 15cm deep, 23cm high<br />

£600 - 900<br />

Lot 273<br />

Alexander Bain P<strong>at</strong>entee, a Victorian table top<br />

regul<strong>at</strong>or, with mahogany four glass case and silvered<br />

Roman dial with subsidiary thirty second dial, single<br />

fusee movement with anchor escapement and heavy<br />

brass pendulum, 37cm wide, 24cm deep, 40cm high<br />

£700 - 900


Lot 274<br />

An early 20th century French mini<strong>at</strong>ure<br />

timepiece modelled on a 17th century domed bell<br />

clock, the silvered Roman dial with sunphase and<br />

the sides engraved with Elizabethan ladies, finials<br />

set with pearls, eight day movement signed Made in<br />

France 5505, 4.75cm wide, 9.5cm high, with original<br />

le<strong>at</strong>her travelling case<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 275<br />

John Pace, Bury St.<br />

Edmunds, c.1850, a rare<br />

mid 19th century eight<br />

day skeleton clock, the<br />

skeletonised chapter ring with<br />

outer dotted minute markers<br />

enclosing the pierced Arabic<br />

numerals, the numbers 4-8<br />

‘tumbling’ over to be read<br />

upright, fusee movement<br />

signed to the plinth and raised<br />

on a brass inset ebony plinth<br />

with ball feet, 28cm wide,<br />

17cm deep, 33cm high incl.<br />

dome<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 276<br />

William Payne of 163 New<br />

Bond Street, London, a<br />

mid 19th century ormolu<br />

rococo revival mantel<br />

clock striking on a bell,<br />

with unusually high winding<br />

holes, signed to the<br />

backpl<strong>at</strong>e Payne 163 New<br />

Bond Street, 23cm wide,<br />

15cm deep, 35cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 277<br />

An early 20th century<br />

French ormolu mounted red<br />

tortoiseshell eight day mantel<br />

clock, of Louis XVI style,<br />

with enamelled dial and Japy<br />

movement, 22cm wide, 12cm<br />

deep, 40cm high<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 278<br />

A 19th century French<br />

ormolu mantel clock,<br />

of asymmetrical scroll<br />

form, with enamelled<br />

tablet numerals and eight<br />

day Raingo Fréres silk<br />

suspension movement,<br />

32cm wide, 16cm deep,<br />

44cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 280<br />

Lot 279<br />

* A Louis XV style ormolu<br />

mounted red chinoiserie<br />

lacquer longcase clock, fitted<br />

with an eight day striking and<br />

chiming movement, 46cm wide,<br />

33cm deep, 238cm high<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection<br />

Guernsey<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

A Louis XV style brass<br />

mounted red boulle mantel<br />

clock on m<strong>at</strong>ching stand, with<br />

Britannia finial, hippocampi feet<br />

and enamelled Roman tablet dial,<br />

on serpentine stand with swept<br />

scrolling legs, 79cm wide, overall<br />

205cm high, clock without stand<br />

105cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 281<br />

Samuel Woodham of Richmond, a George III eight<br />

day longcase clock, with black Japanned case, the<br />

30cm dial with subsidiary seconds and d<strong>at</strong>e aperture,<br />

twin fusee movement with anchor escapement and<br />

unsigned backpl<strong>at</strong>e, 52cm wide, 27cm deep, 223cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 282<br />

A pair of Kashan blue ground rugs, with<br />

central medallion foli<strong>at</strong>e fields and multiborders,<br />

216 x 139cm<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Lot 283<br />

A Khorasan red<br />

ground carpet, woven<br />

with rows of boteh,<br />

approxim<strong>at</strong>ely 12ft.<br />

X 9ft. (damage to<br />

one small area ne<strong>at</strong>ly<br />

repaired)<br />

£600 - 900


Lot 284<br />

* A Kashan ivory ground carpet, with central field of foli<strong>at</strong>e<br />

motifs, multi bordered, 400 x 308cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 285<br />

A William and Mary cushion framed lacquer pier mirror,<br />

the shaped crest decor<strong>at</strong>ed with a Chinoiserie river landscape<br />

scene, the arched cushion moulded surround with phoenixes<br />

flowers and figures, period two part bevelled mirror pl<strong>at</strong>e,<br />

51cm wide, 151cm high<br />

£4,000-6,000<br />

Lot 286<br />

A George II mahogany<br />

serpentine folding top tea<br />

table, with folding top, scallop<br />

shell frieze and knees on slender<br />

cabriole legs with lion’s paw feet,<br />

80cm wide, 40cm deep, 75cm<br />

high<br />

£600 - 800


Lot 287<br />

An early 18th century walnut kneehole<br />

secretaire desk, with quarter veneered top<br />

and fall front drawer opening to reveal pigeon<br />

holes and drawers, over eight further drawers<br />

surrounding a central recessed cupboard, on<br />

pad feet, 76cm wide, 48cm deep, 83cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 288<br />

A George II mahogany extending dining table,<br />

with two single drop leaf D ends and serpentine<br />

aprons, on tapered legs with pad feet, extends to<br />

230cm x 137cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 289<br />

A Regency style mahogany gaming table,<br />

the moulded circular top inset with a worn<br />

green le<strong>at</strong>her skiver and six counter wells,<br />

tilting on a cannon barrel stem and moulded<br />

downswept legs, fitted brass caps and<br />

castors, 146cm diameter, 75cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 290<br />

* A 19th century Florentine pietra dura<br />

circular topped wine table, inlaid with birds<br />

and choice hardstones in a lappet border,<br />

on acanthus carved fluted stem, triangular<br />

pl<strong>at</strong>form and pad feet, 56cm diameter, 75cm<br />

high<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

£600 - 900<br />

Lot 291<br />

A Victorian Grecian Revival marquetry inlaid pollard<br />

oak dressing table, with large oval backpl<strong>at</strong>e, dished<br />

marble top and frieze drawer, on twin end standards and<br />

trestle feet, 11cm wide, 53cm deep, 181cm high<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 292<br />

A French Vernis Martin style walnut<br />

vitrine, of bombé form with ormolu mounts,<br />

three quarter glazed door, lower panels,<br />

painted with scenes after Boucher and<br />

signed ‘Albertine’, on cabriole legs, 78cm<br />

wide, 42cm deep, 172cm high<br />

£700 - 900


Lot 293<br />

* George Jacob (circa 1770-1775), a Louis XVI carved giltwood canapé, the se<strong>at</strong> rail stamped ‘G.IACOB’,<br />

width 101.5cm, together with a pair of Louis XVI carved giltwood fauteuils, the back rails stamped ‘G JACOD,<br />

with floral carved and moulded frames and recent foli<strong>at</strong>e p<strong>at</strong>tern fabric upholstery, 61cm wide, 62cm deep,<br />

height 90cm<br />

£8,000 - 12,000<br />

Provenance: The canapé - Christie’s Scone Palace, 24th May 2007, where st<strong>at</strong>ed - ‘’The canapé was almost<br />

certainly acquired by David Murray, 2nd Earl of Mansfield and 7th Viscount Stormont (d. 1796), in the mid<br />

1770’s during his service as George III’s ambassador to the court of Louis XVI’; The fauteuils - Drewe<strong>at</strong>ts,<br />

Donnington Priory 25th February 2015; thence Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

Lot 294<br />

* A 19th century French floral<br />

marquetry and tulipwood banded<br />

games table, the top decor<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

with amorini and birds in flight, with<br />

a backgammon lined interior and<br />

reversible sliding panel, one side<br />

inlaid with a chequer board, CITES<br />

Submission reference: 14S2FBAR<br />

89cm wide, 58cm deep, 72cm high<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection<br />

Guernsey<br />

£700 - 1,000


Lot 295<br />

* A Louis XVI style amboyna, tulipwood and harewood marquetry<br />

side cabinet, in the manner of Adam Weisweiler (1744-1820), the grey<br />

and white marble top over three doors, mounted with finely cast ormolu<br />

plaques depicting a central medallion of a muse and dancing putto, flanked<br />

by flowering classical urns, 210cm wide, 48cm deep, 115cm high<br />

Provenance: Phillips 27th February 2001, Lot 52; thence Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection<br />

Guernsey.<br />

£15,000-20,000<br />

Lot 296<br />

* A Louis XV marquetry inlaid kingwood<br />

poudreuse, on cabriole legs, 76cm wide,<br />

46.5cm deep, 71cm high<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


Lot 297<br />

* A l<strong>at</strong>e 19th century Louis XVI style<br />

ormolu mounted mahogany, bois<br />

s<strong>at</strong>ine and sycamore centre table, with<br />

Sarrancolin marble top, fitted with a spring<br />

loaded drawer, on tapered legs, 113cm wide,<br />

62cm deep, 82cm high<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

£5,000 - 8,000<br />

Lot 298<br />

* A Louis XV style ormolu-mounted and s<strong>at</strong>inwood<br />

parquetry inlaid mahogany gueridon, with a rouge<br />

breccia marble top, 43cm wide, 33cm deep, 73cm high<br />

Provenance: Sotheby’s Lord Charles Forte sale, lot 182<br />

, thence Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 299<br />

* A Louis XV style carved giltwood<br />

framed fire screen, the silk panel<br />

printed with roundels of playful<br />

amorini, within n<strong>at</strong>uralistic beadwork<br />

decor<strong>at</strong>ed foliage, 60cm wide, 93cm<br />

high<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection<br />

Guernsey<br />

£300 - 400


Lot 300<br />

* A l<strong>at</strong>e 18th century Dutch floral marquetry<br />

inlaid walnut wine cooler, with brass loop side<br />

handles, fitted drawer under a l<strong>at</strong>er marble top,<br />

on cabriole legs, 32cm diameter, 55cm high<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 301<br />

* A Louis XV style marquetry side table, the<br />

serpentine sided top centred by a s<strong>at</strong>inwood panel,<br />

inlaid with a birds nest and birds in tree branches,<br />

66cm wide, 37cm deep, 68cm high<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 302<br />

* A Louis XV style ormolu mounted marquetry side<br />

table, fitted with a drawer, an undertier bene<strong>at</strong>h, 56cm<br />

wide, 38cm deep, 75cm high<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 303<br />

* A l<strong>at</strong>e 19th century French ormolu mounted<br />

kingwood parquetry tray topped table, by<br />

Francois Linke, of serpentine circular form with<br />

acanthus loop handles and cube parquetry veneer,<br />

over foli<strong>at</strong>e scroll mounted cabriole legs with scroll<br />

feet, 80 x 72cm, 65cm high<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

£2,500 - 3,500


Lot 304<br />

* An important pair of l<strong>at</strong>e 18th century Venetian carved baroque giltwood throne<br />

chairs, the se<strong>at</strong>s and backs upholstered in red floral silk. c.1770, each with<br />

cartouche shaped backs, flanked by cherubs, above scrolling legs with similar cherubs,<br />

united by acanthus carved ‘X’ stretchers, re-gilt, the undersides with metal plaques<br />

stamped ‘KG1663’, 64cm wide, 55cm deep, 132cm high<br />

Provenance: Paolo Renier (1710-1789), Doge of Venice, (one of the chairs from the<br />

suite is to be seen in a portrait of Renier, in his Doge’s robes, by Ludovico Gallina);<br />

Christie’s London, 18th May 1995, lot 306 and 10th June 2004, lot 21; thence Priv<strong>at</strong>e<br />

collection Guernsey.<br />

Other furniture from the suite, include four armchairs and one of the two console tables,<br />

en suite, from the original set for Paolo Renier, are now in the Ca’ Rezzonico, Venice,<br />

see Pedrocco, Filippo - Ca’ Rezzonico: Museum of 18th Century Venice, Musei Civici<br />

Veneziani, 2nd edition, 2005, (pp. 52/53); the Wallace Collection, London, (Inventory<br />

number F491), and various priv<strong>at</strong>e collections. Also illustr<strong>at</strong>ed (p. 104) and on the front<br />

cover of - Linley, David and C<strong>at</strong>or, Charles - ‘’Star Pieces: The Enduring Beauty of<br />

Spectacular Furniture’’, Thames and Hudson, London, 2009<br />

£20,000 - 30,000


Lot 305<br />

* A pair of Louis XV style carved giltwood<br />

fauteuils, with flower and foli<strong>at</strong>e scroll<br />

carved frames, the shell carved crest rails<br />

over scrolled arms, upholstered in red<br />

ground silk brocade, on shell kneed cabriole<br />

legs with scroll feet, 78cm wide, 76cm deep,<br />

125cm high<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

Lot 306<br />

* A set of six 18th century Venetian carved<br />

giltwood open armchairs, the cartouche shaped<br />

backs over scrolled arms, on cabriole legs united<br />

by a shell carved apron, upholstered in a gold floral<br />

brocade, one of a l<strong>at</strong>er d<strong>at</strong>e, 80cm wide, 68cm<br />

deep, 122cm high<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

£10,000 - 15,000


Lot 307<br />

* A Louis XV ormolu mounted<br />

rosewood and tulipwood Meuble<br />

d’Appui, with a serpentine fronted<br />

Rouge de Maine marble top, the<br />

quarter veneered doors centered by<br />

Apollo’s masks, 130cm wide, 63cm<br />

deep, 132cm high<br />

Provenance: Christie’s <strong>12th</strong><br />

September, 2006, Lot 234; thence<br />

Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 308<br />

A pair of French Transitional<br />

style s<strong>at</strong>inwood and<br />

marquetry side cabinets,<br />

each with fretwork gallery,<br />

frieze drawer and single<br />

cupboard, and inset with<br />

japonaiserie lacquer panels,<br />

on squared tapered legs with<br />

brass pad feet, 57cm wide,<br />

40cm deep, 87cm high<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 309<br />

A Continental marquetry inlaid<br />

serpentine bombé commode, fitted<br />

three long drawers, on scroll legs, 130cm<br />

wide, 54cm deep, 94cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 310<br />

A pair of Louis XVI style ormolu<br />

mounted kingwood bedside chests,<br />

each of asymmetrical scroll form<br />

with three long drawers, on squared<br />

cabriole legs, 34cm wide, 27cm deep,<br />

74cm high<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

Lot 311<br />

An 18th century Dutch colonial<br />

s<strong>at</strong>inwood bureau, the fall enclosing<br />

five small drawers over a frieze<br />

drawer, on tapered hexagonal legs<br />

with saltire stretcher and bun feet,<br />

95cm wide, 71cm deep, 95cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 312<br />

A Louis XVI style ormolu mounted<br />

marquetry centre table, decor<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

with musical, agricultural and arts<br />

rel<strong>at</strong>ed trophies within a band of<br />

flowers, the circular top over a scroll<br />

mounted frieze with classical mask<br />

headed cabriole legs, 100cm diameter,<br />

73cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200


Lot 313<br />

A pair of Louis XVI style ormolu<br />

mounted centre tables, each with<br />

rouge marble inset top and single frieze<br />

drawer, on cary<strong>at</strong>id legs with entwined<br />

stretchers centred with baskets and<br />

toupie feet, 85cm wide, 51cm deep,<br />

79cm high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 314<br />

A pair of Edwardian Sher<strong>at</strong>on revival<br />

painted s<strong>at</strong>inwood elbow chairs, decor<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

with cherubs, flowers and musical trophies,<br />

with caned se<strong>at</strong>s, fitted brass castors, 58cm<br />

wide, 57cm deep, 88cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 315<br />

A good Victorian ormolu<br />

mounted walnut and marquetry<br />

centre table, the serpentine<br />

rectangular top inlaid with flowers<br />

and scrollwork over two frieze<br />

drawers, on fluted end columns<br />

and acanthus carved downswept<br />

feet, 129cm wide, 70cm deep,<br />

73cm high<br />

£3,000 - 5,000


Lot 316<br />

A set of six large cut and etched glass door panels each engraved with heraldic beasts, two with Royal<br />

co<strong>at</strong>s of arms inscribed ‘Britanniarum Rex Fidei Defensor’ - George IV, by the grace of God, King of Britain,<br />

defender of the faith, 112cm wide, 230cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 317<br />

A Liberty Arts & Crafts embossed<br />

copper and ‘Ruskin stone’ wall<br />

mirror, designed by Archibald<br />

Knox, with celtic scroll work border,<br />

91.5cm wide, 61cm high<br />

£1,800 - 2,200<br />

Lot 318<br />

* A Queen Mary giltwood and composition low<br />

stand, early 20th century, 56cm diameter, 53cm high<br />

Provenance: Queen Mary (1867-1953) when Victoria<br />

May, Princess of Wales, l<strong>at</strong>er branded when Queen<br />

Mary, wife King George V - Christie’s, 26th January,<br />

2006, Lot 341 - Property from the Est<strong>at</strong>e of H.R.H The<br />

Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester, KG; KT; KP; thence<br />

Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


PAINTINGS & PRINTS<br />

319-461<br />

<strong>at</strong> 1.30pm<br />

400<br />

105


Lot 319<br />

* Studio of Sir Anthony Van Dyck<br />

(1599-1641)<br />

Portrait of Lady Mary Villiers<br />

(1622-1641), Lady Herbert and l<strong>at</strong>er<br />

Duchess of Lennox and Richmond<br />

(1622-1685), full-length, se<strong>at</strong>ed in<br />

a landscape as St Agnes, her right<br />

arm resting on a lamb and a palm<br />

branch in her left hand<br />

oil on canvas<br />

inscribed Mary Duchess of Richmond<br />

Daughter of George Duke of<br />

Buckingham 1640<br />

213 x 130cm<br />

£30,000 - 40,000<br />

Lady Mary Villiers was the daughter<br />

of Sir George Villiers, 1st Duke of<br />

Buckingham and Lady K<strong>at</strong>herine<br />

Manners (d.1649). She as only six<br />

when her f<strong>at</strong>her was murdered in<br />

1628 and came under protection<br />

of Charles I. Her first marriage to<br />

Charles Lord Herbert in 1634 was<br />

brief as he died of smallpox in 1635.<br />

In 1637 she married the 4th Duke<br />

of Lennox and was given away by<br />

Charles I. He was cre<strong>at</strong>ed Duke of<br />

Richmond in 1641. They had two<br />

children Esmé Stuart (1649-1660)<br />

and Lady Mary Stewart who married<br />

Richard Butler 1st Earl of Arran. After<br />

the Duke of Richmond died in 1655<br />

the Duchess went into exile in Paris<br />

with her son. He died in Paris in 1660<br />

and she returned to England probably<br />

after the restor<strong>at</strong>ion. Sometime<br />

between 1660 and 1664 she married<br />

Colonel Thomas Howard (d.1678)<br />

about whom little is known.<br />

Provenance: (Probably) Queen Elizabeth of Bohemia (1599-1662), the ‘<strong>Winter</strong> Queen’, eldest daughter<br />

of King James VI and I of Scotland and England, sister of King Charles I, possibly <strong>at</strong> the Wassenaer Hof<br />

am Kneuterdjik, The Hague, and <strong>at</strong> the Koningshuis, Rhenen, by whom beque<strong>at</strong>hed to her friend William<br />

Craven, 1st Earl of Craven (1608-1697), <strong>at</strong> Coombe Abbey, Warwickshire, and by descent; Phillips, London,<br />

11th <strong>December</strong> 1984, Lot 3; Christie’s 9th <strong>December</strong> 2011, Lot 36, thence Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey


Lot 320<br />

* Follower of Willem Wissing (1656-1687)<br />

Portrait of a gentleman, three quarter length, in a brown waistco<strong>at</strong>, lace jabot and crimson wrap,<br />

leaning on a stone pedestal<br />

oil on canvas<br />

124 x 100cm, in a George III carved giltwood frame<br />

Provenance: Christie’s 26th October, 2011, Lot 1250: thence Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey<br />

£6,000 - 8,000


Lot 321<br />

* Studio of Sir Peter Lely (1618-<br />

1680)<br />

Portrait of Henrietta Hyde (née<br />

Boyle), Countess of Rochester,<br />

(1646-1687) three quarter<br />

length, in a gold dress, wearing<br />

a gold-embroidered blue<br />

mantle, se<strong>at</strong>ed by a pilaster<br />

oil on canvas<br />

123 x 101cm<br />

£10,000 - 15,000<br />

Provenance: Christie’s sale<br />

13/10/23 Lot 106. By descent<br />

through the Dukes of Leeds,<br />

Horny Castle, Yorkshire;<br />

Christie’s, London - The Property<br />

of the 10th Duke of Leeds Will<br />

Trust, 30th October, 2014. Lot<br />

106 [When incorrectly described<br />

as portrait of Bridget Bertie,<br />

Countess of Leeds]; Thence<br />

Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey.<br />

Lot 322<br />

Attributed to<br />

Allan Ramsay<br />

(Scottish, 1713-<br />

1784)<br />

Portraits of<br />

Samuel Waring<br />

and his spouse<br />

oils on canvas,<br />

a pair<br />

61 x 51cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000


Lot 323<br />

18th century English School<br />

Portrait of a child standing wearing a blue dress<br />

oil on canvas<br />

75 x 62cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 324<br />

After Constantin Netscher (Dutch, 1668-1723)<br />

Portrait of Peter The Gre<strong>at</strong>, Tsar of Russia<br />

oil on canvas<br />

43 x 32cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 325<br />

After Luigi Pompignoli (Italian, 19th C.)<br />

Portrait of a young lady artist<br />

oil on canvas<br />

74 x 58cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


Lot 326<br />

After Francesco Guardi (Italian,<br />

1712-1793)<br />

View of Venice<br />

oil on canvas<br />

45 x 68cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 327<br />

17th century Flemish School<br />

Head study of a gentleman<br />

oil on panel<br />

23 x 20cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 328<br />

* 17th century Dutch School<br />

Shipping in a choppy sea<br />

oil on panel<br />

34 x 38.5cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 329<br />

* Manner of Jan Miense Molenaer<br />

(Dutch, 1610-1668)<br />

‘The Dentist’<br />

oil on panel<br />

24 x 31cm<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 330<br />

Studio of Guiseppe<br />

Bertini (Italian, 1825-<br />

1898)<br />

St. Joseph with Child<br />

oil on canvas<br />

89 x 59cm<br />

Lot 331<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Cristoporo Roncalli<br />

Pomarancio (Italian,<br />

1552-1626)<br />

Robed figure with<br />

<strong>at</strong>tendants<br />

sepia w<strong>at</strong>ercolour on<br />

paper<br />

signed, with collector’s<br />

mark<br />

26 x 21cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 332<br />

After Jacopo Amigoni (Italian, 1682-<br />

1752)<br />

‘Rebecca <strong>at</strong> the well’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

47 x 42cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 333<br />

After Gerrit Dou (Dutch, 1613-1675)<br />

‘The Violinist <strong>at</strong> the Window’<br />

oil on wooden panel<br />

60 x 46cm<br />

£600 - 800


Lot 334<br />

After Lucas Cranach (1472-1553)<br />

Virgin and child holding a missal<br />

oil on wooden panel<br />

39.5 x 28cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 335<br />

* Circle of Jan Wouwerman (Dutch, 1629-<br />

1666)<br />

Country lane with figures playing cards and<br />

two others, one on horseback<br />

oil on panel, 44 x 38cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 336<br />

* Attributed to Anthonie<br />

Victoryns (Flemish, 1620-<br />

1656)<br />

Tavern interior with figures<br />

carousing and drinking<br />

oil on panel<br />

22 x 31.5cm<br />

£600 - 900


Lot 337<br />

19th century French<br />

School<br />

Putti in a landscape<br />

oil on canvas<br />

80 x 112cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 338<br />

* Circle of Jan Porcellis<br />

(Dutch, 1584-1632)<br />

Shipping <strong>at</strong> sea in a gale<br />

oil on panel<br />

44 x 59cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 339<br />

Johannes Bosboom (Dutch,<br />

1817-1891)<br />

C<strong>at</strong>hedral interior<br />

oil on board<br />

34 x 26cm<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 340<br />

* Circle of Frederik Marinus Kruseman (Dutch 1816-1882)<br />

Dutch winter landscape with figures sk<strong>at</strong>ing on a frozen<br />

river<br />

oil on canvas<br />

bears indistinct sign<strong>at</strong>ure and d<strong>at</strong>ed 1880, 59 x 97cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 341<br />

Follower of J.M.W. Turner (English, 1775-<br />

1851)<br />

Landscape and figure<br />

oil on wooden panel<br />

initialled, 14 x 12cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 342<br />

Eugène François de Block<br />

(Dutch, 1812-1893)<br />

Interior with family around a<br />

dying man<br />

oil on panel<br />

signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed 1862<br />

39 x 49cm<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 343<br />

Samuel Howitt (English, 1756-1822)<br />

Hunting scenes<br />

oils on canvas, set of four<br />

35 x 44cm £2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 344<br />

Samuel Howitt (English, 1756-1822)<br />

Shooting scenes<br />

oils on canvas, a pair<br />

35 x 44cm £1,000 - 1,500


Lot 345<br />

Samuel Howitt (English, 1756-1823)<br />

Blackcock<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

39 x 50cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

Lot 346<br />

Robert Havell after John James Audubon<br />

(1785-1851)<br />

Barred Owl, Male adult , Strix Nebulosa<br />

and Grey squirrel, Scurius Cinereus<br />

coloured aqu<strong>at</strong>int<br />

d<strong>at</strong>ed 1828, pl<strong>at</strong>e 46<br />

95 x 63cm<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 347<br />

* Samuel Barling Clarke (English,<br />

fl.1852-1878)<br />

‘Hide and Seek’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and inscribed verso - The Vines<br />

Amberley, Sussex<br />

63 x 50cm<br />

£500 - 800


Lot 348<br />

Joseph Thors (British, 1835-1920)<br />

River landscape with figures and<br />

cottages<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, Richard Green label verso<br />

32 x 50cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 349<br />

William Bromley (English, 1835-<br />

1888)<br />

‘Three children fishing’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

45 x 60cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 350<br />

Henry Brittan Willis (British, 1810-<br />

1884)<br />

The Pond in the Meadow<br />

oil on canvas<br />

100 x 124cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 351<br />

Heinrich Steinike (German, 1825-1909)<br />

Extensive mountain lake landscape<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

87 x 124cm £1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 352<br />

H.J. Williams<br />

(English, 19th C.)<br />

A harvest field<br />

with farm workers,<br />

children, a dog and a<br />

figure on horseback<br />

with a windmill in the<br />

distance<br />

oil on canvas<br />

52.5 x 89cm<br />

£500 - 700


Lot 353<br />

Carl Wilhelm Bernhard<br />

Mohrhagen (German, 1813-<br />

1877)<br />

Interior with figures<br />

relaxing around a table<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed 1855<br />

77 x 113cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 354<br />

B. Spencer (19th C.)<br />

Frig<strong>at</strong>es in heavy seas oil on<br />

canvas<br />

signed<br />

50 x 60cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 355<br />

Frederick William W<strong>at</strong>ts<br />

(English, 1800-1870)<br />

River landscape with<br />

fishermen in a bo<strong>at</strong>,<br />

onlookers on the bank and<br />

c<strong>at</strong>tle beyond<br />

oil on canvas<br />

50 x 73cm<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 356<br />

* Edward Ladell (English, 1821-1886)<br />

Autumnal still life, with grapes, peaches and a<br />

birds nest<br />

oil on canvas<br />

monogrammed<br />

35 x 30cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 357<br />

* Edwin Ladell (English, 1821-1886)<br />

Still life with a Dutch roemer, grapes, a<br />

strawberry and raspberries<br />

oil on canvas, monogrammed<br />

38 x 29cm £2,500 - 3,500<br />

Lot 358<br />

Attributed to Daniel<br />

Maclise RA (Irish,<br />

1806-1870)<br />

‘The Squire’s Bounty’<br />

oil on canvas laid on<br />

board<br />

114 x 148cm<br />

£600 - 800


Lot 359<br />

19th century English School<br />

Interior with se<strong>at</strong>ed lady holding a pendant on<br />

chain, a spaniel <strong>at</strong> her feet<br />

oil on canvas<br />

60 x 50cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 360<br />

* J.F. Hoffmann (German/<br />

Austrian 19th century)<br />

‘The Rendez-vous’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

103 x 73cm<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e<br />

collection Guernsey<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 361<br />

John W<strong>at</strong>kins Chapman<br />

RA (English, 1832-1903)<br />

Charles II <strong>at</strong> the Guildhall<br />

oil on canvas<br />

86 x 121cm<br />

£500 - 800


Lot 362<br />

James Webb (English, 1825-1895)<br />

‘The Entrance to the Dardanelles’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 69 x 105cm<br />

£8,000 - 12,000<br />

Lot 363<br />

Arthur Joseph Meadows (English, 1843-1907)<br />

The Gulf of <strong>Sale</strong>rno<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed 1897, 30 x 50cm<br />

£500 - 800


Lot 364<br />

Frederick Cowie (British,<br />

fl.1845-1870)<br />

‘The Conquering Hero’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

78 x 129cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 365<br />

Constant Troyon (French,<br />

1810-1865)<br />

C<strong>at</strong>tle drover in a wooded<br />

landscape<br />

oil on canvas<br />

34 x 45cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 366<br />

Manual Obiols Delgado<br />

(Spanish, 1860-1911)<br />

‘Feria de Sevila’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

34 x 54cm<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 367<br />

Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema O.M., R.A. (1836-1912)<br />

Classical ladies se<strong>at</strong>ed on a marble bench<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, inscribed ‘copyright’, inscribed verso ‘by Lawrence Alma-<br />

Tadema R.A., Abbey Road Studios NW, No.6 this painting was sold<br />

for reproduction (Copyright Reserved)’<br />

30 x 45cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 368<br />

Henry R. Hall (British, 1859-1927)<br />

‘G<strong>at</strong>hering up the C<strong>at</strong>tle, Sunset Loch Eid’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and titled verso<br />

50 x 75cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 369<br />

Gustav Jean Jacquet (French,<br />

1846-1909)<br />

‘La Torcque Noire’<br />

oil on panel<br />

signed, 32 x 23cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


Lot 370<br />

* Antonietta Brandeis (Czech/<br />

Italian, 1849-1926)<br />

Isola and the church of San<br />

Giorgio Maggiore, Venice<br />

oil on panel<br />

signed<br />

11.5 x 20.5cm<br />

£6,000 - 9,000<br />

Provenance: MacConnal-Mason,<br />

London, thence priv<strong>at</strong>e collection<br />

Guernsey.<br />

Lot 371<br />

Alfred Augustus Glendening<br />

(c.1840-c.1910)<br />

Ducks before a w<strong>at</strong>ermill<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed ‘99<br />

30 x 50cm<br />

Lot 372<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Alfred Augustus Glendening<br />

(English, 1840-1910)<br />

River landscape with ducks on<br />

the bank<br />

oil on board<br />

initialled, 16.5 x 25.5cm<br />

£500 - 800


Lot 373<br />

William Thornley (English, 1857-1935)<br />

Shipping off the coast<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

18.5 x 39cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 374<br />

Follower of Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones<br />

(English, 1833-1898)<br />

Portrait of a lady<br />

sanguine chalk, 36 x 25cm<br />

Lot 375<br />

£1,000 - 2,000<br />

William Henry Mander (British, 1850-1922)<br />

‘Falls on the Llugy in Low Capel Curig, N.<br />

Wales, Autumn’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed ‘08, 76 x 51cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 376<br />

Eloise Harriet Stannard (English,<br />

1829-1915)<br />

Red and white currants with grapes in<br />

a glass bowl<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed 1886<br />

27 x 33cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Provenance: Mandells Gallery, Norwich<br />

and John Day <strong>Fine</strong> Art<br />

Lot 377<br />

Eloise Harriet Stannard (English,<br />

1829-1915)<br />

Still life with apples and holly beside<br />

a basket<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed 1896<br />

21 x 29cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 378<br />

Eloise Harriet Stannard (English,<br />

1829-1915)<br />

Still life of oranges and a basket<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed 1895<br />

22 x 29cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 379<br />

François Brunery (Italian, 1829-<br />

1946)<br />

‘La Mouche Agacante’<br />

oil on panel<br />

signed<br />

59 x 46cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 381<br />

Lot 380<br />

Mariquita Jenny Moberly RI (British 1855-<br />

1937)<br />

Lady with a Quetzel<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed 1896, 40 x 30cm<br />

Attributed to Luigi Ricci (Italian, 1823-<br />

1896)<br />

Figures in St Mark’s Square, Venice<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed ‘89, 45 x 37cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

£800 - 1,200


Lot 382<br />

William Stephen Coleman<br />

(English, 1829-1904)<br />

‘Goldfish’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

41 x 64cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 383<br />

* Philippe Pavey (French,<br />

b.1860)<br />

A Street in Cairo<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed 1881<br />

24 x 29cm<br />

£700 - 1,000


Lot 384<br />

Walter Dendy Sadler (British, 1854-1923)<br />

‘Fishing in the rain’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed ‘82<br />

76 x 56cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 384A<br />

* § Charles Edward Wilson (English, 1854-<br />

1941)<br />

‘Gleanings’ & ‘The Orphans’<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ercolours, a near pair<br />

signed, 25 x 37cm & 26 x 37cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 385<br />

* James Thomas W<strong>at</strong>ts (English,<br />

1853-1930)<br />

‘Autumn among Birch trees’ & ‘A little<br />

Welsh stream in autumn’<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ercolours, a pair<br />

each signed<br />

34.5 x 24.5cm<br />

£600 - 800


Lot 386<br />

William Strutt (English, 1825-<br />

1915)<br />

‘L’abreuvoir’ - The W<strong>at</strong>ering Place<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

66 x 161cm<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Lot 387<br />

James Charles (British, 1851-<br />

1906)<br />

‘A French Village’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

monogrammed, Exhibition label<br />

verso<br />

49 x 66cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 388<br />

Frank Moss Bennett (English,<br />

1874–1952)<br />

‘The Meet’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed October 1920<br />

34 x 49cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


Lot 389<br />

§ John Anthony Park (English, 1880-1962)<br />

‘Off for Pilchards’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

60 x 75cm<br />

£5,000 - 8,000<br />

Lot 390<br />

Thomas Rose Miles (English, 1844-1916)<br />

‘A Surface Run of Submarines’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

41 x 61cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 391<br />

Neville Sotheby Pitcher (British, 1889-1959)<br />

Clipper ship <strong>at</strong> sea with rowing bo<strong>at</strong> alongside<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

64 x 76cm<br />

£800 - 1,200


Lot 392<br />

Ernest Gaston Marché (French, 1864-1932)<br />

French river landscape in winter<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

64 x 92cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 393<br />

Hans am Ende (German, 1864-1918)<br />

Sail barge on a canal, a windmill in the<br />

distance<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 50 x 70cm, unframed<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 394<br />

§ Alfred de Breanski Jr. (British, 1877-<br />

1957)<br />

‘A Summer Storm, Bourne End, On The<br />

Thames’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and titled verso, 55 x 75cm<br />

£500 - 800


Lot 395<br />

* Amadeo Modigliani (Italian, 1884-<br />

1920)<br />

‘Femme Accoudee’ Portrait of de<br />

Mme Anka Zberowska<br />

pencil on paper laid down on board<br />

signed<br />

41 x 25cm<br />

£8,000 - 12,000<br />

Provenance: Madame Hanka<br />

Zborowska (wife of the artist’s dealer);<br />

Galerie Zac, Paris; Ronauld Laaren,<br />

The Netherlands; Parke-Bernet, New<br />

York, 13th May 1964; Bloomsbury<br />

Auctions, London, <strong>12th</strong> July 2009;<br />

Liter<strong>at</strong>ure: Oscaldo P<strong>at</strong>ani, Amadeo<br />

Modigliani, C<strong>at</strong>alogue generale; Disegni<br />

1906-1920, Milano 1991. no. 124.<br />

Illustr<strong>at</strong>ed. A photo-certific<strong>at</strong>e issued<br />

by the Wildenstein Institute, Paris was<br />

issued for this work.<br />

Priv<strong>at</strong>e Collection Guernsey.<br />

The primitive style of this Expressionist painter is perhaps best epitomised by the many portraits he painted<br />

of Hanka (Anka). These hang in the major art galleries, such as the New York Museum of Modern Art and<br />

the London T<strong>at</strong>e. In this sketch, as with Klimpt, it has been drawn with a very light pencil, so the positioning<br />

of the frame to avoid too much reflection, is critical for easy viewing.<br />

Madame Zberwoska was the daughter of a Polish aristocr<strong>at</strong> who, with her husband, arrived in Paris on<br />

1914 with both becoming very close to the artist, her husband Leo was his main agent whilst she remained<br />

his primary model, until his early de<strong>at</strong>h aged only 35. It is likely therefore th<strong>at</strong> this drawing was executed<br />

only a few years before his de<strong>at</strong>h. Other artists who painted her include Utrillo, Derain and Fujita. Modigliani<br />

drawings are both uncommon and expensive, so given its excellent Provenance and Literary references<br />

this is a rare chance to acquire a work by an artist now eagerly sought.


Lot 396<br />

* Robert Gemmell Hutchinson RBA, ROI,<br />

RSA, RSW, (Scottish, 1860-1936)<br />

‘Waiting for f<strong>at</strong>her’<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ercolour<br />

signed<br />

26.5 x 20cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 397<br />

Gwendolen John (Welsh, 1879-1939)<br />

Study of four women se<strong>at</strong>ed in church<br />

pencil drawing<br />

16 x 15cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 398<br />

*§ Laurence Biddle<br />

(English, 1888-1968)<br />

‘’Geranium’s, pansies,<br />

nemesia and coleopsis’<br />

trompe l’oeil style, oil on<br />

panel<br />

inscribed verso and d<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

1926, together with a paste<br />

down ink drawing of a<br />

butterfly<br />

21.5 x 34cm<br />

£800 - 1,200


Lot 399<br />

§ Sir Gerald Festus Kelly RA, KCVO, PRA<br />

(British, 1879-1972)<br />

Portrait of Mademoiselle Gabby Aumont<br />

oil on canvas<br />

inscribed verso, 44 x 37cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 400<br />

Simon Bussy (French, 1869-1954)<br />

‘Bestiaire - Images de Simon Bussy<br />

example outside of the print run, printed for<br />

Monsieur Simon Bussy<br />

bears label for William Marchant & Co. The<br />

Goupil Gallery, 33.5 x 26cm<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Lot 401<br />

§ John Armstrong ARA<br />

(British, 1893-1973)<br />

‘Roses burning over the<br />

sea’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed ‘57<br />

37 x 52cm<br />

£500 - 800


Lot 403<br />

La Lithotyp Roquevaire c.1930<br />

Old Manada Rum<br />

colour lithograph<br />

published by Publicité Orcel of Marseille<br />

160 x 117cm, unframed<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 402<br />

§ Anna K<strong>at</strong>rina Zinkeisen (English, 1901-<br />

1976)<br />

Portrait of Surgeon Captain William Llewellyn<br />

Hamilton-Harrison<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 57 x 46cm £500 - 800<br />

Lot 404<br />

§ Eric Sl<strong>at</strong>er (British, 1896-1963)<br />

‘A Sussex farm-stead’<br />

colour woodcut<br />

signed and titled in pencil<br />

25.5 x 35cm<br />

£500 - 700


Lot 405<br />

§ Cecil Kennedy (British,<br />

1905-1997)<br />

‘A Summer Group’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, remnant of 1952<br />

Royal Academy Exhibition<br />

label verso<br />

75 x 62cm<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Lot 406<br />

Fernand Léger (French, 1881-<br />

1955)<br />

‘La Parade’<br />

lithograph in colours<br />

initialled and d<strong>at</strong>ed ‘53 in the<br />

pl<strong>at</strong>e, numbered 43/300 in pencil<br />

54 x 74cm<br />

£500 - 700


Lot 407<br />

Béla Kádár (Hungarian, 1877-1955)<br />

Nude woman e<strong>at</strong>ing an apple<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

60 x 44cm<br />

Lot 408<br />

Béla Kádár (Hungarian, 1877-1955)<br />

Two women in convers<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

72 x 51cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 409<br />

Dame Laura Knight ( (English, 1877-1970)<br />

Se<strong>at</strong>ed ballerina<br />

pen, ink and wash on paper<br />

signed in pencil<br />

29.5 x 24cm<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 410<br />

Lawson Wood (British, 1878-1957)<br />

‘The Handyman’<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ercolour and gouache on paper<br />

signed in ink<br />

38 x 30cm<br />

Lot 411<br />

Lawson Wood (British, 1878-1957)<br />

‘There Aint’ Goin’ to be no Core’<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ercolour and gouache on paper<br />

signed in ink<br />

37 x 29cm<br />

Lot 412<br />

Lawson Wood (British, 1878-1957)<br />

Tennis players<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ercolour and gouache on paper<br />

signed in ink<br />

42 x 32cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

£600 - 800<br />

£600 - 800


Lot 413<br />

** John Henry B<strong>at</strong>chelor MBE (1936-2019)<br />

Civil and military avi<strong>at</strong>ion including Spitfire IX,<br />

611Sqd 1942<br />

gouache and w<strong>at</strong>ercolour on paper (6)<br />

signed<br />

largest 49 x 33cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Provenance: Priv<strong>at</strong>e collection Guernsey. Note: John<br />

B<strong>at</strong>chelor was Technical Illustr<strong>at</strong>or for Bristol Aeroplane<br />

Co., Martin Baker Aero and Saunders Roe, before<br />

embarking upon a freelance career in 1961, working for<br />

various public<strong>at</strong>ions including Eagle, Ballentine military<br />

books and Pheobus books.<br />

Lot 414<br />

** John Henry B<strong>at</strong>chelor MBE (1936-2019)<br />

Military avi<strong>at</strong>ion subjects<br />

gouache, w<strong>at</strong>ercolour and pencil (7)<br />

signed<br />

largest 37 x 43cm, unframed<br />

Lot 415<br />

£400 - 600<br />

** John Henry B<strong>at</strong>chelor MBE (1936-2019)<br />

Studies of military aircraft<br />

gouache, w<strong>at</strong>ercolour and pencil (8)<br />

signed<br />

largest 25 x 53cm, unframed<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 416<br />

** John Henry B<strong>at</strong>chelor MBE (1936-2019)<br />

Military avi<strong>at</strong>ion subjects<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ercolours (7)<br />

largest 40 x 54cm, unframed<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 417<br />

§ Edward Seago (British, 1910-1974)<br />

St Mark’s Piazza, Venice<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ercolour<br />

signed in pencil<br />

37 x 26cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 418<br />

§ Edward Bawden (English,<br />

1903-1989)<br />

Smithfield Market, , from<br />

‘Six London Markets’<br />

Lithograph printed in colours,<br />

1967<br />

signed in pencil and<br />

inscribed AP, printed by<br />

Curwen Studio, Chilford,<br />

published by Curwen Prints,<br />

London, with the printer’s<br />

and publisher’s blindstamps,<br />

sheet 59 x 78cm<br />

Lot 419<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

Errol Stephen Boyley<br />

(South African, 1918-2007)<br />

‘N<strong>at</strong>al Midlands’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

45 x 60cm<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 420<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John<br />

(British, 1906-1993)<br />

‘7.15pm <strong>at</strong> St Tropez’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

45 x 65cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 421<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John<br />

(British, 1906-1993)<br />

‘Portofino Italian Riviera’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

46 x 66cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 422<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John<br />

(British, 1906-1993)<br />

‘St Tropez, South of France near<br />

St Maxime’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

30 x 50cm<br />

£800 - 1,200


Lot 423<br />

** Sidney Nolan (Australian, 1917-1992)<br />

Cloud Scene<br />

oil on canvas, 183 x 161cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

Lot 424<br />

** Sidney Nolan (Australian, 1917-1992)<br />

Cloud Scene<br />

oil on canvas, 183 x 161cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

Lot 425<br />

** Sidney Nolan (Australian, 1917-1992)<br />

Cloud Scene<br />

oil on canvas, 183 x 161cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

Lot 426<br />

** Sidney Nolan (Australian, 1917-1992)<br />

Cloud Scene<br />

oil on canvas, 183 x 161cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800


Lot 427<br />

** Sidney Nolan (Australian, 1917-1992)<br />

Cloud Scene<br />

oil on canvas<br />

183 x 161cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

Lot 428<br />

** Sidney Nolan (Australian, 1917-1992)<br />

Cloud Scene<br />

oil on canvas<br />

183 x 161cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

Lot 429<br />

** Sidney Nolan (Australian, 1917-1992)<br />

Untitled landscape<br />

oil on board<br />

inscribed<br />

153 x 122cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800


Lot 430<br />

§ Rowland Hilder OBE (English, 1905-1993)<br />

‘Ploughing <strong>at</strong> the gleaning’<br />

gouache and w<strong>at</strong>ercolour<br />

signed<br />

34 x 53cm<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

Lot 431<br />

§ Rowland Hilder OBE (English, 1905-<br />

1993)<br />

Th<strong>at</strong>ched farmhouse in a landscape<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 39 x 59cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 432<br />

§ Laurence Stephen Lowry<br />

(1887-1976)<br />

Burford Church<br />

colour photolithograph<br />

signed in pencil, 806/850<br />

60 x 46cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 433<br />

§ Braaq (Brian Shields,<br />

British, 1951-1997)<br />

‘How much is th<strong>at</strong> then?’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed ‘79 and<br />

inscribed ‘Ann’<br />

29 x 39cm<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Provenance: King St.<br />

Galleries, St James’s<br />

Lot 434<br />

§ Braaq (Brian Shields,<br />

British, 1951-1997)<br />

‘The Bandstand’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and inscribed ‘Ann’<br />

29 x 39cm<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Provenance: B.B. Gallery,<br />

Bangkok<br />

Lot 435<br />

§ Archibald Ziegler (British, 1903-<br />

1971)<br />

oil on canvas<br />

Trees on Hampstead He<strong>at</strong>h<br />

signed<br />

29 x 39cm<br />

£500 - 800


Lot 436<br />

§ Vera Spencer (English, 1926-)<br />

Se<strong>at</strong>ed women holding hands<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 76 x 50cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 437<br />

*§ Dame Laura Knight (English, 1877-1970)<br />

Study of a sleeping woman<br />

pencil on paper<br />

signed<br />

42 x 30cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 438<br />

§ Frederick Clifford<br />

Harrison (British, 1902-<br />

1984)<br />

‘The Horseman’<br />

oil on board<br />

initialled and d<strong>at</strong>ed ‘68<br />

54 x 78cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 439<br />

§ Fred Cuming RA (English,<br />

1930-2022)<br />

‘Reg<strong>at</strong>ta’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

24.5 x 24.5cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 440<br />

§ James George Le Jeune<br />

RHA (1910-1983)<br />

‘Town in Wexford’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

28 x 50cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 441<br />

Gerald Broom (English, b.1944)<br />

LMS locomotive passing a<br />

ploughman<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

28 x 37cm<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 442<br />

§ John Br<strong>at</strong>by (English, 1928-1992)<br />

‘Venice in the Floods’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

122 x 91cm<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Lot 443<br />

§ Sir Kyffin Williams (Welsh, 1918-2006)<br />

‘Blind Man’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

initialled, 68 x 50cm<br />

Lot 444<br />

£10,000 - 15,000<br />

Rasik Dugashanker Raval (Indian, 1928-1980)<br />

Six standing women<br />

acrylic on board<br />

signed, 80 x 90cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


Lot 445<br />

§ Sir Terry Frost (British, 1915-<br />

2003)<br />

‘Long Red, Yellow and Black<br />

2002’<br />

screenprint<br />

signed in pencil, 61/150<br />

30 x 78.5cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 446<br />

Walter John Beauvais (English,<br />

1942-1998)<br />

Figures w<strong>at</strong>ching the Oxford<br />

and Cambridge bo<strong>at</strong> race<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed ‘73<br />

49 x 75cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 447<br />

§ Rowland Hilder (English,<br />

1905-1993)<br />

‘Thames Misty Morning’<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ercolour<br />

signed<br />

27 x 36.5cm<br />

£500 - 700


Lot 448<br />

§ David Shepherd<br />

(British, 1931-2017)<br />

‘Elephant’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

16 x 23cm<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

Lot 449<br />

§ David Shepherd<br />

(British, 1931-2017)<br />

‘Tiger’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

16 x 24cm<br />

£5,000 - 7,000<br />

Lot 450<br />

Simon Palmer (British,<br />

b.1956)<br />

‘A Warm Morning’<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ercolour<br />

signed in pencil, sold with<br />

original Liberty’s 1980<br />

Exhibition C<strong>at</strong>alogue<br />

16.5 x 18.5cm<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 451<br />

Théo Tobiasse (French/<br />

Israeli, 1927-2012)<br />

‘Le Soleil Etait Sortie du<br />

Ventre de la Nuit’, 1986<br />

pastel<br />

signed<br />

51 x 70cm<br />

£3,000 - 4,000<br />

Lot 452<br />

Théo Tobiasse (French/Israeli,<br />

1927-2012)<br />

‘Le Chemineau, Le Mage et<br />

L’emigrant’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and inscribed<br />

60 x 73cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 453<br />

Philip Castle (English, b.1942)<br />

‘Guardsman within a fantasy city’<br />

acrylic on canvas<br />

monogrammed verso, 98 x 84cm<br />

£800 - 1,200


Lot 454<br />

§ Donald McIntyre (British, 1923-2009)<br />

Scottish coastal landscape<br />

oil on board<br />

signed, 53 x 87cm<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 455<br />

§ Philip Dunn (English, b.1945)<br />

Deckchairs on the promenade<br />

acrylic on artist board<br />

signed<br />

51 x 75cm, unframed<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 456<br />

§ Sam Toft (b.1964)<br />

Little Dog Doris<br />

acrylic on card<br />

signed and d<strong>at</strong>ed 2000<br />

83 x 59cm<br />

£800 - 1,200


Lot 457<br />

§ Craigie Aitchison C.B.E., R.A., R.S.A. (Scottish,<br />

1926-2009)<br />

Canaries on a Tree / Out of the Ordinary<br />

Screenprint in colours, 2003<br />

signed and numbered 253/300 in pencil verso, printed<br />

by Advanced Graphics, London, published by the Royal<br />

Academy of Arts, London, the full sheet printed to the<br />

edges sold with a copy of Out of the Ordinary with<br />

present<strong>at</strong>ion inscription from the artist d<strong>at</strong>ed 2003.<br />

28 x 23cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 458<br />

§ Harold Mockford (English, 1932-<strong>2023</strong>)<br />

Dungeness from the Sea<br />

oil on board<br />

signed, titled and d<strong>at</strong>ed Nov Dec 92 verso<br />

90 x 90cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 459<br />

§ Harold Mockford (English, 1932-<strong>2023</strong>)<br />

‘The Old Lady’s Room’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, titled and d<strong>at</strong>ed 1975 verso<br />

82 x 82cm<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 460<br />

§ Terry O’Neill (1938-2019)<br />

Honor Blackman as Pussy Galore<br />

in ‘Goldfinger’<br />

Gel<strong>at</strong>in silver print<br />

signed and numbered in black ink by<br />

the photographer ‘2/50’<br />

61 x 50.5cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 461<br />

§ Sir Peter Blake CBE RDI RA<br />

(British, 1932-)<br />

‘Andy Warhol’<br />

Screenprint in colours with diamond<br />

dust, 2010<br />

signed in pencil and numbered 62/75<br />

35 x 35.5cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800


SILVER & VERTU<br />

At approx. 2.45pm.<br />

463 - 536<br />

520<br />

157


472<br />

Lot 463<br />

A James I silver seal top<br />

spoon, by William Cawdell,<br />

London, 1605, 16.8cm, 47 grams.<br />

NB: William Cawdell was<br />

the maker of the celebr<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

Titchborne spoons<br />

Lot 464<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

* A pair of George II cast silver<br />

candlesticks, by Richard<br />

Gosling, with engraved crest<br />

and waisted knopped stems,<br />

on shaped circular domed foot,<br />

London, 1741, the undersides<br />

monogrammed WAE, height<br />

17.4cm, 29.7oz.<br />

Lot 465<br />

£600 - 900<br />

* A pair of George II cast silver<br />

tapersticks, by James Gould,<br />

on domed foot, London, 1734,<br />

10.7cms, 8.2oz/<br />

Lot 466<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A pair of early George II cast<br />

silver table candlesticks, by<br />

John Gould, with spool shaped<br />

nozzles, inverted knopped<br />

baluster stems, the domed<br />

shaped square bases with griffin<br />

crests, London, 1729, height<br />

17.5cm., 25.5ozs.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 467<br />

A set of four George II cast<br />

silver table candlesticks,<br />

by John Cafe, with knopped<br />

baluster stems and engraved<br />

eagle crests, over shaped<br />

hexafoil bases, the detachable<br />

drip pan nozzles unmarked,<br />

London, 1754, height 23cm.,<br />

74ozs.<br />

Lot 468<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Benacre Hall, Suffolk. A good<br />

pair of George II embossed<br />

silver gilt two handled pedestal<br />

cups and covers, by Benjamin<br />

Gignac, engraved with arms of<br />

Sherlock Melton on the Hill, for<br />

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

Bishop of London, Master of the<br />

Temple and for his wife Judith,<br />

daughter of Thomas Fontayne of<br />

the Melton on the Hill, Yorkshire<br />

and decor<strong>at</strong>ed with acanthus leaf<br />

and foli<strong>at</strong>e motifs, the covers with<br />

a fruiting pineapple finial, London,<br />

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

This pair of cups were presented<br />

to Sherlock in 1748 when he<br />

was elev<strong>at</strong>ed to the Bishopric of<br />

London.<br />

Provenance: Thomas Sherlock,<br />

Bishop of London (1678-1761)<br />

and his wife Judith Fontayne and<br />

subsequently Sotheby’s Benacre<br />

Hall, Suffolk auction, May, 2000,<br />

lot no. 909.<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 469<br />

A near pair of George I/George<br />

II silver octagonal baluster<br />

casters, Samuel Welder,<br />

London, 1721 and Thomas<br />

Bamford, London, 1734, tallest<br />

14.7cm, 11.4oz.<br />

Lot 470<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A George II silver salver, by<br />

John Robinson II, with engraved<br />

armorial, on three hoof feet,<br />

London, 1747, 28.7cm, 22.7oz.<br />

Lot 471<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A pair of George III silver<br />

chambersticks, by Walter<br />

Brind, of oval form, with reeded<br />

border and engraved armorial,<br />

London, 1796, both with l<strong>at</strong>er<br />

associ<strong>at</strong>ed extinguishers, one<br />

d<strong>at</strong>ed London, 1817, the other<br />

unmarked, base length 16.3cm,<br />

gross weight 19.4oz.<br />

Lot 472<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A set of four George III silver<br />

oval pedestal sauce tureen’s<br />

and covers, with applied panels<br />

of angels and cherubs and<br />

engraved armorials, surmounted<br />

with fruit finials, with reeded loop<br />

handles, maker H.G, London,<br />

1778, width over handles,<br />

23.4cm, 81.9oz.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000


463<br />

464<br />

465<br />

470<br />

466<br />

467<br />

471<br />

469<br />

468


478<br />

Lot 473<br />

A set of four George IV silver<br />

dinner pl<strong>at</strong>es by Rundell,<br />

Bridge & Rundell, with<br />

gadrooned, shell and foli<strong>at</strong>e<br />

border and engraved armorial,<br />

London, 1829, diameter 26.2cm,<br />

82.8oz.<br />

Lot 474<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR- A<br />

George III silver rectangular<br />

vinaigrette with canted<br />

corners, by M<strong>at</strong>thew Linwood,<br />

with engraved Greek Key<br />

decor<strong>at</strong>ion, the grille embossed<br />

with HMS Victory and inscribed<br />

‘Trafalgar, Ocr 21. 1805’,<br />

containing a lock of hair, 25mm.<br />

Lot 475<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A George IV silver three piece<br />

tea set, by William B<strong>at</strong>eman,<br />

of squ<strong>at</strong> circular form, with lobed<br />

and foli<strong>at</strong>e decor<strong>at</strong>ion, on ball<br />

feet, London, 1823, gross weight<br />

51.2oz CITES Submission<br />

reference: K3NSQWPG<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 476<br />

A m<strong>at</strong>ched three piece William<br />

IV and Victorian silver tea<br />

service, the teapot inscribed<br />

to ‘Field Marshall Viscount<br />

Beresford, Beresford Hall<br />

1849’, comprising a melon<br />

shaped teapot and m<strong>at</strong>ching<br />

cream jug, John Tapley, London<br />

1848, and a similar two handled<br />

sucrier, James Charles Edington,<br />

London 1836, all with gilt interiors<br />

and acanthus scrolled handles.<br />

gross weight 50.5oz. CITES<br />

Submission reference:<br />

PQ2M39GV<br />

Lot 477<br />

£500 - 700<br />

* A canteen of Victorian silver<br />

Kings p<strong>at</strong>tern cutlery, by<br />

George Adams, with engraved<br />

initial, comprising:- twelve table<br />

spoons, twelve dessert spoons,<br />

twelve table forks, twelve desert<br />

forks, twelve teaspoons, twelve<br />

silver handled table knives,<br />

twelve silver handled dessert<br />

knives and a pair of sauce ladles,<br />

London 1865/6, weighable silver,<br />

149.4oz, together with twelve<br />

silver handled table knives,<br />

William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield,<br />

1895(10) and two others, twelve<br />

silver handled dessert knives,<br />

Aaron Hadfield, Sheffield no d<strong>at</strong>e<br />

letter and eleven m<strong>at</strong>ching pl<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

teaspoons, together with an<br />

associ<strong>at</strong>ed mahogany canteen<br />

£1,800 - 2,400<br />

Lot 478<br />

Benacre Hall, Suffolk. A good<br />

set of four Victorian silver two<br />

handled oval sauce tureens<br />

and covers, by Edward & John<br />

Barnard, engraved with the<br />

Gooch arms and the monogram<br />

ESG (for Sir Edward Sherlock<br />

Gooch) and decor<strong>at</strong>ed with floral<br />

motifs and gadrooned border,<br />

the domed covers with foli<strong>at</strong>e<br />

ring handles, numbered 1 to 4,<br />

London, 1864, 22.4cm, 112.5oz.<br />

Provenance: Sotheby’s Benacre<br />

Hall, Suffolk sale, May, 2000, Lot<br />

no. 867.<br />

Lot 479<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

A Victorian silver gilt mounted<br />

moulded glass scent bottle,<br />

the glass body modelled as<br />

the head of a swan, by Walter<br />

Thornhill, London, 1884, 23cm,<br />

in fitted case.<br />

Lot 480<br />

£600 - 800<br />

An early Victorian silver ‘castle<br />

top’ card case by N<strong>at</strong>haniel<br />

Mills, embossed with scenes<br />

of Windsor Castle and Warwick<br />

Castle, Birmingham, 1841,<br />

92mm, 63 grams, in original fitted<br />

le<strong>at</strong>her case.<br />

£800 - 1,200


473<br />

475<br />

479<br />

474<br />

476<br />

480<br />

477


Lots 481-519<br />

The Caroline Rawlings-<br />

Lloyd Collection of<br />

novelty silver.<br />

Further items from the<br />

collection are fe<strong>at</strong>ured in<br />

our 11th <strong>December</strong> <strong>Sale</strong><br />

Lot 481<br />

A Victorian brass mounted<br />

coromandel travelling toilet<br />

box, by J. Needs & Co, London,<br />

containing eleven silver pl<strong>at</strong>e<br />

mounted glass toilet jars and two<br />

associ<strong>at</strong>ed silver mounted glass<br />

toilet jars, the l<strong>at</strong>ter by Thomas<br />

Diller, London, 1844, the box<br />

lacking some fittings, the cover<br />

inlaid with name and coronet, box<br />

width 36.5cm.<br />

Lot 482<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A 20th century Swiss enamel<br />

and ormolu musical mini<strong>at</strong>ure<br />

doll’s house table with a pair<br />

of m<strong>at</strong>ching salon chairs, each<br />

decor<strong>at</strong>ed with musical figures in<br />

gardens in the style of Fragonard,<br />

table 9.5 x 7.5cm, 5cm high,<br />

chairs 7cm high<br />

Lot 483<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

An early 20th century Viennese<br />

silver gilt and enamel mini<strong>at</strong>ure<br />

model of carriage, by Ludwig<br />

Pollitzer?, the panels painted<br />

with fete gallant scene and<br />

cherubs, length 91mm.<br />

Lot 484<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A mid 20th century Indian<br />

mini<strong>at</strong>ure silver present<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

trophy, modelled as a billiards<br />

table, by Kli Pada Das, of<br />

Bhowanipur, Calcutta, with<br />

engraved inscription d<strong>at</strong>ed 1958,<br />

12.6cm in length, 193 grams, in<br />

original fitted box.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

481<br />

Lot 485<br />

A George V silver gilt and<br />

enamel circular compact,<br />

decor<strong>at</strong>ed with a se<strong>at</strong>ed dog,<br />

import marks for P.H. Vogel,<br />

London, 1926, 53mm.<br />

Lot 486<br />

£100 - 150<br />

An early 20th century German<br />

novelty 800 standard silver<br />

gilt pepperette, modelled as a<br />

rabbit, height 61mm, 64 grams.<br />

Lot 487<br />

£150 - 200<br />

An early 20th century sterling<br />

silver gilt and blue guilloche<br />

enamelled rectangular singing<br />

bird box, on four cabriole feet,<br />

stamped ‘Sterling’, 10.1cm, no<br />

key.<br />

Lot 488<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

An Edwardian novelty silver<br />

pin cushion, modelled as<br />

a bull, Cohen & Charles,<br />

Birmingham, 1906, length<br />

65mm.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 489<br />

An Edwardian novelty silver<br />

and mother of pearl pin<br />

cushion, modelled as a bear<br />

pulling a cart, Adie & Lovekin<br />

Ltd, Birmingham, 1909, length<br />

9cm.<br />

Lot 490<br />

£150 - 200<br />

An Edwardian novelty silver<br />

pin cushion, modelled as<br />

a possum, Arthur Johnson<br />

Smith, Birmingham, 1909, length<br />

5cm.<br />

Lot 491<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A pair of cast l<strong>at</strong>e Victorian<br />

novelty silver pepperettes,<br />

modelled as Punch and Judy,<br />

Edward H. Stockwell, London,<br />

1887, Mr. Punch, 59mm.<br />

Lot 492<br />

£150 - 200<br />

An early 20th century German<br />

800 standard silver mounted<br />

glass pepperette, the cover<br />

modelled as the head of a<br />

parrot, height 63mm.<br />

Lot 493<br />

£100 - 150<br />

An Elizabeth II novelty silver<br />

vesta case, modelled as an<br />

eagle’s head, David A. Bowles,<br />

London, 1993, 55mm.<br />

Lot 494<br />

£100 - 150<br />

An early 20th century Russian?<br />

84 zolotnik novelty pepperette,<br />

modelled as a rabbit, height<br />

55mm.<br />

£300 - 500


482<br />

483<br />

486<br />

494 485<br />

484<br />

492<br />

487<br />

493<br />

490<br />

491<br />

488<br />

489


Lot 495<br />

A l<strong>at</strong>e Victorian novelty silver<br />

cayenne pepper condiment,<br />

modelled as a Hobby horse, by<br />

Saunders & Shepherd, Chester,<br />

1900, length 44mm.<br />

Lot 496<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A l<strong>at</strong>e Victorian novelty silver<br />

pin cushion, modelled as a<br />

double headed swan, makers<br />

mark rubbed, Sheffield, 1897,<br />

length 70mm.<br />

Lot 497<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A 19th century French novelty<br />

etui case, modelled as a<br />

walnut, containing six silver<br />

or silver mounted implements,<br />

including scissors, thimble, scent<br />

bottle, etc, length 48mm.<br />

Lot 498<br />

£200 - 300<br />

An Edwardian novelty silver<br />

pin cushion, modelled as a<br />

swan, Adie & Lovekin Ltd,<br />

Birmingham, 1906, length 57mm.<br />

Lot 499<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A l<strong>at</strong>e 19th century silver<br />

mini<strong>at</strong>ure model of a horse<br />

driven sleigh, with putto,<br />

import marks for Berthold<br />

Muller, Chester, 1907, length<br />

96mm.<br />

£150 - 200<br />

Lot 500<br />

An early 20th century Russian<br />

84 zolotnik ‘stirrup’ cup,<br />

modelled as the head of an<br />

owl, maker H.W., 61mm, 165<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 501<br />

£150 - 200<br />

A George V novelty silver<br />

pin cushion, modelled as<br />

an elephant, Adie & Lovekin<br />

Ltd, Birmingham, 1910, length<br />

68mm, cushion replaced with<br />

sponge.<br />

Lot 502<br />

£200 - 300<br />

An Edwardian novelty silver<br />

pin cushion, modelled as<br />

a fox, Levi & Salaman,<br />

Birmingham, 1905, length<br />

59mm.<br />

Lot 503<br />

£150 - 200<br />

An Edwardian novelty silver<br />

pepperette modelled as a<br />

se<strong>at</strong>ed bear, Crisford & Norris,<br />

Birmingham, 1909, 39mm.<br />

Lot 504<br />

£100 - 150<br />

A l<strong>at</strong>e 19th century mini<strong>at</strong>ure<br />

silver model of a sleigh with<br />

putti, pulled by a go<strong>at</strong>, import<br />

marks for John George Smith,<br />

London, 1899, length 13.5cm.<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 505<br />

An Edwardian novelty silver<br />

pin cushion, modelled as a<br />

hedgehog, Levi & Salaman,<br />

Birmingham, 1905, length 42mm.<br />

Lot 506<br />

£100 - 150<br />

A George IV engine turned<br />

silver rectangular vinaigrette,<br />

Thomas & William Simpson,<br />

Birmingham, 1824, 35mm.<br />

Lot 507<br />

£150 - 200<br />

A l<strong>at</strong>e Victorian silver<br />

combin<strong>at</strong>ion horn shape<br />

vinaigrette and whistle, by<br />

Sampson Mordan & Co., no<br />

hallmarks, 49mm.<br />

Lot 508<br />

£100 - 150<br />

A 19th century Viennese?<br />

white and yellow metal<br />

mounted enamelled egg<br />

shaped vinaigrette, maker,<br />

Ludwig Politzer?, 42mm. (a.f.)<br />

£200 - 300


506<br />

495<br />

496<br />

499<br />

497<br />

500<br />

505<br />

504<br />

507<br />

508<br />

498<br />

503<br />

502<br />

501


Lot 509<br />

A l<strong>at</strong>e 19th century Russian 84<br />

zolotnik silver and cloisonné<br />

enamelled handled tot, master<br />

Gustav Klingert, Moscow, 1893,<br />

height 42mm.<br />

Lot 510<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A l<strong>at</strong>e 19th/early 20th century<br />

Russian 84 zolotnik silver gilt<br />

and polychrome enamelled<br />

kovsh, with foli<strong>at</strong>e and beaded<br />

decor<strong>at</strong>ion, length 8cm.<br />

Lot 511<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A l<strong>at</strong>e Victorian silver and<br />

polychrome enamelled scent<br />

bottle, by Sampson Mordan<br />

& Co, London, 1887, with floral<br />

decor<strong>at</strong>ion, 7cm. (a.f.)<br />

Lot 512<br />

£150 - 200<br />

A set of four George V silver<br />

Royal Navy & Merchant<br />

Services menu holders,<br />

by John William Barrett,<br />

Birmingham, 1935, length 37mm.<br />

Lot 513<br />

£150 - 200<br />

A l<strong>at</strong>e 19th century German<br />

silver mini<strong>at</strong>ure figural group,<br />

modelled as two dancers, with<br />

three musicians in a band<br />

stand, import marks for John<br />

George Smith, London, 1898,<br />

height 9cm.<br />

Lot 514<br />

£200 - 300<br />

An early Victorian silver<br />

travelling apple corer, by<br />

Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham,<br />

1843, 65mm, together with a<br />

George V silver car oil sampler,<br />

Alfred James How, London,<br />

1925.<br />

£80 - 120<br />

Lot 515<br />

A George V novelty silver<br />

pepperette, modelled as<br />

Humpty Dumpty, by Levy &<br />

Salaman, Birmingham, 1910,<br />

61mm.<br />

Lot 516<br />

£80 - 120<br />

A Victorian engraved silver<br />

Bosun’s call, Hilliard &<br />

Thomasson, Birmingham, 1877,<br />

10.9cm.<br />

Lot 517<br />

520<br />

£100 - 150<br />

A William IV engine turned<br />

silver gilt rectangular<br />

vinaigrette, by Joseph<br />

Wilmore, Birmingham, 1833,<br />

36mm.<br />

£150 - 200<br />

Lot 518<br />

A l<strong>at</strong>e 19th century Dutch silver<br />

mini<strong>at</strong>ure model of a high back<br />

chair, import marks for B.H.<br />

Joseph & Co, London, 1891,<br />

65mm (a.f.).<br />

Lot 519<br />

£80 - 120<br />

FABERGE- An early 20th<br />

century Russian 56 zolotnik<br />

gold pencil holder, workmaster,<br />

Alfred Thielemann, with applied<br />

scroll applique 1908-1917<br />

kokoshnik mark, 74mm, gross<br />

weight 7grams. (a.f.)<br />

Lot 520<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A l<strong>at</strong>e Victorian novelty silver<br />

mounted amethyst coloured<br />

glass liqueur jug, modelled<br />

as a duck, by Saunders<br />

& Shepherd, retailed by<br />

Thornhill, with two glass eyes,<br />

engraved crest and initial and<br />

rgn. no. 187826, Birmingham,<br />

1892, height 11cm.<br />

£400 - 600


518<br />

513<br />

509<br />

510<br />

511<br />

516<br />

519<br />

512<br />

514<br />

517<br />

515


Lot 521<br />

A l<strong>at</strong>e Victorian repousse silver<br />

rose bowl, by William Hutton &<br />

Sons, decor<strong>at</strong>ed with foliage and<br />

scrolls, on pedestal foot, London,<br />

1897, diameter 23.4cm, 22.5oz.<br />

Lot 522<br />

£250 - 350<br />

A m<strong>at</strong>ched pair of l<strong>at</strong>e 19th/<br />

early 20th century silver<br />

two branch, three light<br />

candelabrum, with scroll arms,<br />

on beaded square bases,<br />

Hawksworth, Eyre & Co, one<br />

Sheffield, 1881, the other<br />

Sheffield, 1901, height 49cm,<br />

weighted, arms only 61.6oz (a.f.).<br />

Lot 523<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A l<strong>at</strong>e Victorian silver<br />

present<strong>at</strong>ion Monteith by<br />

William & John Barnard,<br />

with engraved armorial and<br />

inscription rel<strong>at</strong>ed to Surgeon<br />

Lieutenant Colonel F.P.<br />

Lansdown, with scrolling border,<br />

on circular foot, London 1892,<br />

diameter 23.2cm, 28.3oz.<br />

Lot 524<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A good pair of l<strong>at</strong>e Victorian<br />

Elkington & Co. silver twin<br />

branch, three light candelabra,<br />

of orn<strong>at</strong>e scrolling design,<br />

Birmingham, 1898, overall height<br />

48.5cm, weighted, arms only<br />

55.9oz.<br />

Lot 525<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A 20th century gilt brass<br />

singing bird box, of rectangular<br />

form, with Sunley label to the<br />

base, the top with star and filigree<br />

scroll decor<strong>at</strong>ion, 10.3cm, no key.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 526<br />

A pair of Edwardian silver<br />

mounted glass decanters, with<br />

stoppers etched ‘Whisky’ &<br />

‘Brandy’, by Charles & George<br />

Asprey, of bulbous form,<br />

London, 1904, height 16.3cm.<br />

Lot 527<br />

£150 - 250<br />

A George V circular silver<br />

tazza, by Barker Brothers,<br />

large shaped rim, gadrooned<br />

border and fretwork decor<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

on circular foot, Chester, 1912,<br />

diameter 24.2cm, 19.9oz.<br />

Lot 528<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A pair of George V silver<br />

tapersticks by Sebastian<br />

Garrard for Garrards, London,<br />

1934, with engraved armorial,<br />

copies of 1747 John Cafe<br />

tapersticks,12cm, 334 grams,<br />

with 2004 William Walter receipt<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 529<br />

529<br />

A George V silver novelty<br />

lighter, with two colour<br />

enamelled panel of ‘The People’<br />

newspaper front cover d<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

May 5th, 1929, maker F.W.R.<br />

Birmingham, 1929, 55mm.<br />

Lot 530<br />

530<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A 20th century Japanese<br />

planished silver ‘flower bud’<br />

circular bowl, by Asahi Shoten,<br />

on circular foot, approxim<strong>at</strong>ely<br />

26cm, 31.5oz.<br />

£800 - 1,200


521<br />

524<br />

522<br />

527<br />

523<br />

528<br />

526<br />

525


531<br />

533<br />

535<br />

536<br />

532<br />

534<br />

Lot 531<br />

An Elizabeth II textured silver<br />

and green enamelled circular<br />

box and cover by Adrian<br />

Gerald Benney, commissioned<br />

by the Prince of Wales as a<br />

present<strong>at</strong>ion gift, engraved with<br />

the Prince of Wales fe<strong>at</strong>hers,<br />

with velvet lined interior, London,<br />

1990, diameter 76mm, gross<br />

weight 8.6oz, in original box.<br />

Lot 532<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A large Elizabeth II circular<br />

silver salver, with piecrust<br />

and gadrooned edge, on four<br />

scrolled feet, by J.B. Ch<strong>at</strong>terley<br />

& Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1966,<br />

37cm diameter, 41oz.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 533<br />

An Elizabeth II canteen of<br />

silver r<strong>at</strong> tail p<strong>at</strong>tern cutlery<br />

for twelve, by Carr’s of<br />

Sheffield, comprising twelve<br />

each of the following; pastry<br />

forks, dessert spoons, soup<br />

spoons, teaspoons, fish forks,<br />

table forks, silver handled<br />

dessert knives, silver handled<br />

table knives and silver handled<br />

fish knives, together with six<br />

table spoons and twenty four<br />

dessert forks, Sheffield, 1993/4,<br />

weighable silver 213oz, in<br />

original Carr’s of Sheffield,<br />

canteen.<br />

Lot 534<br />

£3,000 - 4,000<br />

** An Elizabeth II silver oval<br />

tea tray, by C.J. Vander Ltd,<br />

with pierced raised gallery and<br />

beaded edge, on four bun feet,<br />

Sheffield, 1990, 45.1cm, 70.6oz.<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

Lot 535<br />

An Elizabeth II set of six limited<br />

edition Peter Scott Wildfowl<br />

Trust silver and enamel circular<br />

pill boxes and covers, by The<br />

St James House Company, each<br />

cover decor<strong>at</strong>ed with a different<br />

wild bird, London, 1978, numbered<br />

323/500, height 17mm.<br />

Lot 536<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A modern set of eight novelty<br />

silver butt markers, modelled<br />

as double barrelled shotguns,<br />

numbered 1-8, maker WW,<br />

Birmingham, 2004, 10.2cm, in<br />

original le<strong>at</strong>her carrying pouch.<br />

£400 - 600


WATCHES & JEWELLERY<br />

537-624<br />

614


Lot 537<br />

A Victorian 18ct gold keyless half hunter pocket<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ch by Leroy & Son, with Roman dial and subsidiary<br />

seconds, the signed three quarter pl<strong>at</strong>e movement,<br />

numbered 44954, case diameter 50mm, gross weight<br />

128.7 grams.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 538<br />

A Victorian engine turned 18ct gold open<br />

faced key wind pocket w<strong>at</strong>ch, by Grant<br />

of London, with Roman dial and subsidiary<br />

seconds, the signed three quarter pl<strong>at</strong>e<br />

movement numbered 4986, cased diameter<br />

40mm, gross weight 60.1 grams.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 539<br />

A 1920’s 18ct white gold Cartier<br />

Tank Cintree (7 lignes model)<br />

manual wind wrist w<strong>at</strong>ch, with<br />

l<strong>at</strong>er 1970’s movement, with<br />

rectangular Roman dial and facetted<br />

sapphire set winding crown,<br />

case diameter 20mm, case back<br />

numbered 36185, on associ<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

le<strong>at</strong>her strap, gross weight 21.3<br />

grams, no box or papers.<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 540<br />

A gentleman’s 1970’s 18ct<br />

gold Omega Constell<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

autom<strong>at</strong>ic wrist w<strong>at</strong>ch, on an<br />

18ct gold Omega bracelet,<br />

with b<strong>at</strong>on numerals and d<strong>at</strong>e<br />

aperture, with box, papers and<br />

spare links, cased diameter,<br />

33mm, gross weight 141.5<br />

grams.<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Lot 541<br />

A gentleman’s stainless<br />

steel Breitling Super Ocean<br />

Professional Autom<strong>at</strong>ic wrist<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ch, on a Breitling stainless<br />

steel bracelet, the case back<br />

numbered A17345 130815, no<br />

box or papers.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


Lot 542<br />

A gentleman’s l<strong>at</strong>e 1920’s<br />

silver flip action manual wind<br />

rectangular wrist w<strong>at</strong>ch, with<br />

part engine turned curved hinged<br />

cover and Arabic dial, on l<strong>at</strong>er<br />

le<strong>at</strong>her strap.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 543<br />

A lady’s 18ct gold Cartier<br />

Ellipse manual wind wrist<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ch, with Roman dial and case<br />

back numbered 670812000,<br />

signed Cartier, Paris, on a Cartier<br />

le<strong>at</strong>her strap, with 18ct gold<br />

deployment clasp, no box or<br />

papers.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 544<br />

A gentleman’s stainless steel<br />

WWII Cyma ‘Dirty Dozen’<br />

military manual wind wrist<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ch, with black dial and<br />

subsidiary seconds, the case<br />

back with broad arrow and<br />

engraved W.W.W. P26559 31559,<br />

on a le<strong>at</strong>her strap, case diameter<br />

38mm.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 545<br />

A lady’s 18ct gold, black<br />

onyx and diamond set Cartier<br />

Vendome manual wind wrist<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ch, with Roman dial and case<br />

sides and winding crown set with<br />

diamonds, on a Cartier le<strong>at</strong>her<br />

strap with 18ct gold deployment<br />

clasp, case diameter 33mm,<br />

case back signed and numbered<br />

780902414 60049, no box or<br />

papers.<br />

£3,000 - 4,000<br />

Lot 546<br />

A gentleman’s circa 1970’s<br />

steel and gold pl<strong>at</strong>ed Bulova<br />

Accutron Spaceview wrist<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ch, the case back numbered<br />

1-240202 M4, case diameter<br />

36mm, on associ<strong>at</strong>ed le<strong>at</strong>her<br />

strap.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 547<br />

A gentleman’s 1980’s 18ct gold<br />

Baume & Mercier Baum<strong>at</strong>ic<br />

dress wrist w<strong>at</strong>ch, the textured<br />

dial with b<strong>at</strong>on numerals and d<strong>at</strong>e<br />

aperture, on a Baume & Mercier<br />

18ct gold bark effect integral<br />

bracelet, overall 18.8cm, gross<br />

weight 85.6 grams.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


Lot 548<br />

A gentleman’s l<strong>at</strong>e 1940’s stainless<br />

steel Rolex Oyster Perpetual wrist<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ch, with b<strong>at</strong>on numerals and<br />

milled bezel, model number 6565,<br />

serial number 437909, case diameter<br />

35mm, on a stainless steel Rolex<br />

bracelet, no box or papers.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 548A<br />

A lady’s 18ct gold Jaeger<br />

LeCoultre wrist w<strong>at</strong>ch, with<br />

b<strong>at</strong>on and quarterly Arabic<br />

numerals, case diameter<br />

14mm, on integral 18ct gold<br />

bracelet, gross weight 21.4<br />

grams, with Jaeger box.<br />

£400-600<br />

Lot 549<br />

A lady’s modern silver gilt Must<br />

de Cartier Vermail quartz wrist<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ch, with dot and quarterly<br />

Roman numeral markers and<br />

cabochon set winding crown, on<br />

a Must de Cartier black le<strong>at</strong>her<br />

strap, case diameter 30mm, with<br />

Cartier box and papers.<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 550<br />

A gentleman’s 2004 stainless steel<br />

Rolex Oyster Perpetual Explorer wrist<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ch, model no. M114270, serial no.<br />

F293391, case diameter 35mm, with Rolex<br />

box, guarantee and papers and a Mappin<br />

& Webb service receipt d<strong>at</strong>e 28/10/2022.<br />

£5,000 - 7,000<br />

Lot 551<br />

A gentleman’s mid 1960’s 18ct gold<br />

Rolex Oyster Perpetual wrist w<strong>at</strong>ch,<br />

currently on an associ<strong>at</strong>ed le<strong>at</strong>her strap but<br />

with the original 18ct gold Rolex bracelet<br />

present, with b<strong>at</strong>on numerals and case back<br />

inscription(faded), model no. 1005, serial<br />

no. 901?33, case diameter 34mm, bracelet<br />

weight 61.9 grams, no box or papers.<br />

£4,000 - 6,000


Lot 552<br />

A DSO, MC medal group awarded to Major General Douglas Henry Pr<strong>at</strong>t (1892-1958) of the Royal<br />

Irish Regiment, promoted towards the end of his career to Major General, as liaison in Washington<br />

D.C. where he oversaw upgrades to the Sherman tank. The medal group comprises; a Distinguished<br />

Service Order (DSO), a Military Cross, a First World War trio (oak leaf to Victory Medal), Second World War<br />

Medals; the Defence Medal, the War Medal and the 1939-45 Star, the George VI Coron<strong>at</strong>ion Medal, the<br />

Badge of the Ordinary Military Knight Commander and Companion Medal and the United St<strong>at</strong>es of America<br />

Medal, together with its cased mini<strong>at</strong>ure group.<br />

Two further mini<strong>at</strong>ure groups; a cased First World War trio, with 5th Aug – 22nd Nov 1914 bar to Victory<br />

Medal, and a Second World War group comprising; an India General Service Medal (1936), the Defence<br />

Medal, the War Medal and a Palestine General Service Medal (1945-48) with oak leaf.<br />

An Edward VIII Abdic<strong>at</strong>ion Medallion and a calling card for the United Service Club.<br />

Footnote; after training <strong>at</strong> Sandhurst, Major General Pr<strong>at</strong>t spent the early years of his career during the<br />

First World War, receiving three mentions in Disp<strong>at</strong>ches and the awards of the MC and DSO. He joined the<br />

Royal Tank Regiment in 1916, and towards the end of the Second World War he was posted to the United<br />

St<strong>at</strong>es in the role of Deputy Director of the British Supply Mission in Washington D.C. He retired in 1946.<br />

£5,000 - 7,000


Lot 553<br />

An early 20th century 18ct gold and gradu<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

five stone old cut diamond set half hoop ring,<br />

with carved setting, size Q, gross weight 4.1 grams.<br />

Lot 554<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A Chinese silver-gilt, enamel and tiger’s-eye<br />

bracelet, early 20th century, head 68mm x 65mm,<br />

gross weight 91 grams<br />

Lot 555<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese silver, enamel and crystal ‘dragon’<br />

bracelet, first half of 20th century, interior<br />

diameter approx. 72mm, gross weight 96 grams<br />

Lot 556<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese silver, enamel and jadeite ‘fan’ brooch<br />

and a similar nail guard brooch, 87mm, gross<br />

weight 32 grams<br />

Lot 557<br />

£200 - 300<br />

An early 18th century gold posy ring, the interior<br />

shank with engraved inscription and maker’s mark<br />

RP for Richard Pargeter, c.1730, size R, 3.5 grams.<br />

Lot 558<br />

£600 - 800<br />

* A 19th century Swiss engraved gold table<br />

snuff box, decor<strong>at</strong>ed with cherubs amid foliage and<br />

scrolls, with canted corners and engine turned side<br />

panels and base, 83mm, 76.8 grams.<br />

Lot 559<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A modern 18ct white gold and solitaire diamond<br />

ring, the round brilliant cut stone weighing<br />

approxim<strong>at</strong>ely 0.80ct, size J, gross weight 2.9<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 560<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A pair of antique gold, gradu<strong>at</strong>ed seed pearl,<br />

cushion and rose cut diamond set tassel drop<br />

earrings, 30mm, gross weight 4.3 grams.<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 561<br />

A pair of Edwardian emerald, millegrain set<br />

diamond and pearl drop earrings, 24mm, gross<br />

weight 3.9 grams.<br />

Lot 562<br />

£200 - 300<br />

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

old round cut diamond set cluster drop earrings,<br />

16mm, gross weight 3.6 grams.<br />

Lot 563<br />

£200 - 300<br />

An early 19th century gold, and thirty five<br />

gradu<strong>at</strong>ed foil backed garnet set necklace, with<br />

l<strong>at</strong>er garnet and seed pearl set drop, necklace<br />

38cm, drop45mm, gross weight 22.6 grams.<br />

Lot 564<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A modern 18ct gold and solitaire diamond set<br />

ring, the stone weighing approxim<strong>at</strong>ely 2.90ct, with<br />

an estim<strong>at</strong>ed colour and clarity of L/M and SI2/I1, size<br />

O, gross weight 4.1 grams.<br />

Lot 565<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

A Victorian gold and gradu<strong>at</strong>ed cushion cut<br />

citrine necklace, set with fifty four stones, largest<br />

stone approxim<strong>at</strong>ely 20mm by 15mm, smallest 8mm<br />

by 8mm, 82cm, gross weight 82.2 grams.<br />

Lot 566<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

An early 20th century Carl Bacher Viennese<br />

Egyptian Revival gold (tests as 14k), diamond and<br />

three colour enamel set winged green hardstone<br />

scarab brooch, 31mm, gross weight 5.3 g.<br />

Lot 567<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Ilias Lalaounis 18k gold and four stone emerald<br />

set dress ring, of coiled design with twin serpent<br />

heads, signed, size N/O, gross weight 14.2 grams.<br />

£200 - 300


557<br />

559<br />

560<br />

554<br />

561<br />

555<br />

566<br />

556<br />

564<br />

565<br />

563<br />

562<br />

558<br />

553<br />

567


Lot 568<br />

A pair of pl<strong>at</strong>inum? and diamond cluster set<br />

scrolling earrings, set with gradu<strong>at</strong>ed rows of<br />

round and baguette cut stones, 23mm, gross weight<br />

13.8 grams.<br />

Lot 569<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An Edwardian single strand gradu<strong>at</strong>ed n<strong>at</strong>ural<br />

saltw<strong>at</strong>er pearl necklace, with gold, pl<strong>at</strong>inum<br />

and diamond cluster set clasp, with safety chain<br />

and AnchorCert report d<strong>at</strong>ed 1st September, <strong>2023</strong>,<br />

43.5cm, gross weight 19.6 grams.<br />

Lot 570<br />

£5,000 - 7,000<br />

A gold, sapphire and old round cut diamond<br />

set oval cluster ring, the cushion cut sapphire<br />

measuring approxim<strong>at</strong>ely 8.7m by 7.5mm, with a<br />

depth of 4.3mm, size K, gross weight 3.2 grams.<br />

Lot 571<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

An Art Deco style gold, emerald and diamond<br />

set oval cluster ring, the central emerald<br />

measuring approxim<strong>at</strong>ely 1`0.mm by 7.7mm, with a<br />

depth of 3.9mm and bordered by fourteen round cut<br />

diamonds and two baguette cut diamonds, size O/P,<br />

gross weight 5 grams.<br />

Lot 572<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

An 18k white gold and diamond chip set triple<br />

row bracelet, with demi-lune links, 20.4cm, gross<br />

weight 25.6 grams.<br />

Lot 573<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

A Victorian gold, button pearl and diamond<br />

cluster set pendant, with three stone diamond<br />

set bale, of circular form, the back with brooch<br />

fitting, 38mm, gross weight 8.5 grams.<br />

Lot 574<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A l<strong>at</strong>e Victorian gold, rose cut diamond and<br />

polychrome enamel set horse and jockey<br />

brooch, 29mm, gross weight 6.6 grams.<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 575<br />

An early 20th century continental two colour gold,<br />

aquamarine and foil backed pink stone cluster set<br />

circular brooch, decor<strong>at</strong>ed with foliage and flower<br />

heads, 43mm, gross weight 20.6 grams.<br />

Lot 576<br />

£400 - 500<br />

A l<strong>at</strong>e Victorian gold and silver, white opal, ruby<br />

and citrine? cluster set bug brooch, 27mm, gross<br />

weight 11 grams.<br />

Lot 577<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A l<strong>at</strong>e 20th century Middle Eastern two colour<br />

gold, emerald and diamond cluster heart shaped<br />

pendant necklace, set with small brilliants and<br />

marquise and round cut emeralds, overall 51cm,<br />

gross weight 41.7 grams.<br />

Lot 578<br />

£800 - 1,000<br />

A modern 18ct white gold and diamond set line<br />

bracelet, 16cm, gross weight 6.7 grams.<br />

Lot 579<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A French Cartier 18ct gold, white enamel and<br />

two stone cabochon ruby set mesh evening<br />

purse, signed Cartier Paris and numbered 622, width<br />

12.4cm, gross weight 273.3 grams.<br />

Lot 580<br />

£12,000 - 15,000<br />

A Victorian gold, silver and gradu<strong>at</strong>ed diamond<br />

cluster starburst brooch, set with old round<br />

and cushion cut stones, with detachable brooch<br />

<strong>at</strong>tachment, 38mm, gross weight 11.4 grams.<br />

Lot 581<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An antique gold, silver and rose cut diamond<br />

set novelty brooch, modelled as three owls on a<br />

branch, with ruby set eyes, 43mm, gross weight 7.3<br />

grams.<br />

£600 - 800


577<br />

581<br />

580<br />

568<br />

572<br />

576<br />

574<br />

569<br />

571<br />

578<br />

570<br />

575<br />

573<br />

579


Lot 582<br />

A lady’s mid 20th century pl<strong>at</strong>inum and round<br />

cut diamond set Vertex manual wind cocktail<br />

w<strong>at</strong>ch, with b<strong>at</strong>on numerals and diamond cluster<br />

set shoulders, on a 9ct white gold bracelet, overall<br />

16.5cm, gross weight 22.9 grams.<br />

Lot 583<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A pair of 9ct white gold, three stone sapphire<br />

and two stone diamond set half hoop ear clips,<br />

16mm, gross weight 4.1 grams.<br />

Lot 584<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A pair of pl<strong>at</strong>inum and round cut, baguette cut<br />

and pear cut diamond cluster set scrolling ear<br />

clips, 26mm, gross weight 19 grams.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 589<br />

An Edwardian gold, silver and rose cut diamond<br />

cluster set hare brooch, with sapphire set eye,<br />

39mm, gross weight 4.4 grams.<br />

Lot 590<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A 1970’s 18ct white gold and solitaire diamond<br />

set ring, the round cut stone weighing approxim<strong>at</strong>ely<br />

1.10ct, with an estim<strong>at</strong>ed colour and clarity of I/J and<br />

VS1/VS2, size O, gross weight 4 grams.<br />

Lot 591<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A Victorian 18ct gold and cabochon w<strong>at</strong>ermelon<br />

tourmaline set dress ring, with engraved setting<br />

and stone with central diamond set star motif, size K,<br />

gross weight 11.4 grams.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 585<br />

A lady’s 18ct gold, ruby and diamond cluster set<br />

Rolex manual wind cocktail w<strong>at</strong>ch, the dial with<br />

ruby and diamond set hinged cover, overall 16.5cm,<br />

gross weight 54 grams.<br />

Lot 586<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A suite of pl<strong>at</strong>inum?, diamond and ruby set<br />

cluster jewellery, comprising a spray brooch<br />

and pair of m<strong>at</strong>ching ear clips, brooch, 60mm, ear<br />

clips 29mm, gross weight 25.1 grams.<br />

Lot 587<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A 1920’s gold and black enamel cigarette case,<br />

set with six rows of millegrain set rose cut<br />

diamonds, 76mm, tests as 18ct, gross weight 110.7<br />

grams, housed in a Lacloche Freres hide pouch.<br />

Lot 588<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

A 1940’s/1950’s 18ct white gold, sapphire and<br />

diamond set cluster ring, the central diamond<br />

surrounded with millegrain set round cut diamonds<br />

and shaped cut sapphires, size M/N, gross weight<br />

3.5 grams.<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 592<br />

A pair of gold and nine stone diamond cluster set<br />

flower head ear studs, each central stone of a pale<br />

yellow colour and measuring approxim<strong>at</strong>ely 5mm in<br />

diameter, head diameter 10mm, gross weight 3.6<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 593<br />

£600 - 800<br />

An Art Deco pl<strong>at</strong>inum and single stone emerald<br />

cut deep pink tourmaline set dress ring, with<br />

gradu<strong>at</strong>ed six stone baguette cut diamond set<br />

shoulders, the tourmaline measuring approxim<strong>at</strong>ely<br />

13.4mm by 10.8mm, with a depth of 6.7mm, size K,<br />

gross weight 6 grams.<br />

Lot 594<br />

£600 - 800<br />

An 18ct white gold and oval cut amethyst set ring,<br />

with two stone diamond chip set shoulders, size<br />

H/I, gross weight 3.8 grams.<br />

£400 - 600


583<br />

582<br />

592<br />

589<br />

588<br />

585<br />

593<br />

586<br />

587<br />

591<br />

590<br />

594<br />

584


Lot 595<br />

A modern 18ct gold, emerald and diamond set<br />

cluster ring, size O, gross weight 4.7 grams.<br />

Lot 596<br />

£500 - 700<br />

An Italian Byzantine style 18k gold, sapphire and<br />

diamond cluster ring, set with gradu<strong>at</strong>ed oval cut<br />

sapphires and surrounded by small brilliants, size O,<br />

gross weight 7.7 grams.<br />

Lot 597<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A 1950’s Art Deco 18ct gold and pl<strong>at</strong>inum, ruby<br />

and millegrain set diamond octagonal cluster<br />

ring, with diamond set shoulders, size P, gross<br />

weight 3.3 grams.<br />

Lot 598<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A mid 20th century pl<strong>at</strong>inum?, amethyst and<br />

diamond set cluster ring, the central emerald cut<br />

amethyst bordered by brilliants and baguette cut<br />

diamond set shoulders, size Q, gross weight 6.7<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 599<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A mid 20th century pl<strong>at</strong>inum? and single stone<br />

fancy cushion cut yellow sapphire set dress ring<br />

with six stone diamond set pierced mount, the<br />

sapphire measuring approxim<strong>at</strong>ely 11.5mm by 9mm,<br />

with a depth of 8.2mm, size O/P, gross weight 3.4<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 600<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A l<strong>at</strong>e 20th century Cartier 18ct white gold and<br />

diamond set line bracelet, set with sixty one round<br />

brilliant cut stones, each weighing approxim<strong>at</strong>ely<br />

0.02-0.03ct, signed and numbered 0G5094, 17.8cm,<br />

gross weight 15.4 grams, with Cartier box.<br />

Lot 601<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

A 1950’s pl<strong>at</strong>inum and diamond cluster set<br />

expanding link bracelet, the largest stone diameter<br />

approxim<strong>at</strong>ely 4.35mm, 16.7cm, gross weight 13.8<br />

grams.<br />

£1,200 - 1,500<br />

Lot 602<br />

A mid 20th century pl<strong>at</strong>inum and solitaire<br />

diamond set ring, the round cut stone weighing<br />

approxim<strong>at</strong>ely 3.80ct (10mm by 9.9mm, with a depth<br />

of 6.1mm), with and estim<strong>at</strong>ed colour and clarity of<br />

J/K and I1/I2, size K, gross weight 4.9 grams.<br />

Lot 603<br />

£5,000 - 7,000<br />

A Victorian gold, sapphire and diamond set oval<br />

cluster ring, the sapphire measuring approxim<strong>at</strong>ely<br />

12.5mm by 10.5mm, with a depth of 5.75mm, size<br />

R/S, gross weight 7.9 grams.<br />

Lot 604<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

An Art Deco pl<strong>at</strong>inum, emerald and square cut<br />

diamond dress ring, with diamond chip set<br />

shoulders, the emerald measuring approxim<strong>at</strong>ely<br />

10.1mm by 8mm, with a depth of 5.85mm, the<br />

square cut diamonds approxim<strong>at</strong>ely 4.9mm, size R,<br />

gross weight 6.5 gram.<br />

Lot 605<br />

£4,000 - 5,000<br />

A pair of l<strong>at</strong>e 1980’s Tiffany & Co 18ct gold and<br />

blue striped enamel octagonal cufflinks, 14mm,<br />

gross weight 14.5 grams, with original Tiffany & Co<br />

purchase receipt and Tiffany & Co box.<br />

Lot 606<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A pair of Italian Bulgari two colour 18ct gold and<br />

cabochon ruby and sapphire set b<strong>at</strong>on cufflinks,<br />

with spiral decor<strong>at</strong>ion, signed, 21mm, gross weight<br />

11.5 grams, in Mappin & Webb fitted box.<br />

Lot 607<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An early 20th century 18ct gold and gradu<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

old round cut diamond set half hoop ring, with<br />

diamond chip spacers, size M, gross weight 5.1<br />

grams.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


595<br />

605<br />

596<br />

602<br />

604<br />

607<br />

600<br />

597<br />

603<br />

606<br />

599<br />

601<br />

598


Lot 613<br />

An 18k white gold and diamond line bracelet,<br />

set with forty eight round brilliant cut stones with an<br />

estim<strong>at</strong>ed total diamond weight of approxim<strong>at</strong>ely<br />

8.00ct. with an estim<strong>at</strong>ed colour and clarity range of<br />

I/J/K and VS2/SI1, 18cm, gross weight 15.8 grams.<br />

£5,000 - 7,000<br />

Lot 608<br />

A lady’s novelty gold Rolex pendant fob w<strong>at</strong>ch,<br />

modelled as a lantern, with b<strong>at</strong>on numerals,<br />

together with an 18ct gold chain, with cranberry<br />

glass back, w<strong>at</strong>ch 31mm, chain 48cm, gross weight<br />

34.6 grams.<br />

Lot 609<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

An Italian 18k two colour gold Bulgari B. Zero 1<br />

ring, size L, gross weight 11.1 grams, with Bulgari<br />

box.<br />

Lot 610<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A pair of 2006 Cartier 18ct white gold and three<br />

stone gypsy set diamond hoop earrings, both<br />

signed and numbered NS4102, 18mm, gross weight<br />

12 grams, with Cartier box and certific<strong>at</strong>e.<br />

Lot 611<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A modern 18k white gold and ruby set line<br />

necklace, 43cm, gross weight 15.7 grams.<br />

Lot 612<br />

618<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A modern Italian 18k white gold triple row link<br />

necklace, 45cm, 22.5 grams.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 614<br />

A mid to l<strong>at</strong>e 20th century continental quintuple<br />

strand cultured pearl bracelet, with white gold<br />

and diamond cluster set scroll clasp and diamond<br />

set line spacers, 19cm, gross weight 82.9 grams,<br />

pearl diameter 6.7mm, largest diamond diameter<br />

approx. 5.5mm.<br />

Lot 615<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A pair of 18k white gold, pink sapphire and<br />

diamond cluster set flower head ear clips/<br />

earrings, each centre set with seven round cut<br />

diamonds, 27mm, gross weight 23.7 grams.<br />

Lot 616<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A Tiffany & Co 18k gold, two colour sapphire and<br />

diamond cluster set brooch, modelled as a basket<br />

with two flower heads, signed Tiffany & Co and<br />

stamped 750, 25mm, gross weight 10.3 grams.<br />

Lot 617<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A 1960’s 9ct gold ruby and diamond cluster set<br />

bracelet, with detachable central foli<strong>at</strong>e scroll clip<br />

brooch, 18cm, gross weight 50.7 grams.<br />

Lot 618<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A pl<strong>at</strong>inum and single stone diamond set ring,<br />

with baguette cut diamond set shoulders, the<br />

round cut stone weighing approxim<strong>at</strong>ely 6.80ct, with<br />

an estim<strong>at</strong>ed colour and clarity of L/M and I1/I2, size<br />

S, gross weight 6.6 grams.<br />

Lot 619<br />

£20,000 - 30,000<br />

A modern 14ct white gold, pink sapphire and<br />

diamond cluster pendant, 2.2cm, gross weight 3<br />

grams.<br />

£400 - 600


611<br />

619<br />

615<br />

610<br />

608<br />

612<br />

616<br />

614<br />

613<br />

609<br />

617


620<br />

621<br />

622<br />

623<br />

624<br />

Lot 620<br />

An Art Deco white gold, round and baguette cut<br />

diamond set double clip brooch, the largest stones<br />

with an approxim<strong>at</strong>e diameter of 5.4mm, 63mm,<br />

gross weight 25.8 grams.<br />

Lot 621<br />

£5,000 - 7,000<br />

A pair of Art Deco white gold and round cut<br />

millegrain set diamond cluster clip brooches, of<br />

tapering form, each set with three large round cut<br />

diamonds, with an approxim<strong>at</strong>e diameter of 7.7mm,<br />

depth 4.4mm, 6.9mm, depth 3.8mm and 7.2mm, the<br />

other 7.1mm, depth 3.8mm, 7.0mm, depth 3.7mm<br />

and 7.2mm and bordered by gradu<strong>at</strong>ed brilliant cut<br />

stones, 45mm, gross weight 27.1 grams.<br />

£10,000 - 15,000<br />

Lot 622<br />

A modern Boodles 18ct gold fancy vivid yellow<br />

diamond cluster set pendant necklace on a<br />

two stone diamond set chain, with clasp and<br />

Boodles ring set with small brilliants, the central<br />

round cut diamond weighing approxim<strong>at</strong>ely 1.50ct<br />

and bordered by fancy yellow brilliants, pendant<br />

11mm, chain 46cm, gross weight 7.1 grams, with<br />

Boodles box.<br />

Lot 623<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

A pl<strong>at</strong>inum and solitaire diamond set ring, the<br />

round cut stone weighing approxim<strong>at</strong>ely 2.50ct, with<br />

an estim<strong>at</strong>ed colour and clarity of L/M and SI1.<br />

Lot 624<br />

£5,000 - 7,000<br />

A pair of early 20th century pl<strong>at</strong>inum and claw<br />

set diamond ear studs, the Old European cut<br />

stones with a total diamond weight of 5.97ct (3.03ct<br />

and 2.94ct) and a approxim<strong>at</strong>ely estim<strong>at</strong>ed colour<br />

and clarity of I/J and VS2/SI1, gross weight 3.4<br />

grams, (lacking screw on butterflies).<br />

£10,000 - 15,000


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