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S0UTH LONDON’S FINE ART & ANTIQUES AUCTION HOUSE

QUARTERLY FINE ART AUCTION Wednesday 11 December 2013

PART TWO


Lot 1688


QUARTERLY FINE ART AUCTION PART TWO To include Islamic, Indian & Asian Arts, Works of Art, Furniture & Rugs Wednesday 11 December 2013 Starting at 10am

DAY 1 Separate catalogue available

Sunday 8 December 2013 2pm

Wine & Whisky (Lots 1W-90W)

DAY 2 Separate catalogue available

Tuesday 10 December 2013 10am 11am 12.30pm 2.15pm

Ceramics & Glass (Lots 1-81) Silver & Silver Plate (Lots 119-252) Jewellery (Lots 267-430) Frames followed by Pictures & Sculpture (Lots 431-811)

DAY 3 Wednesday 11 December 2013 10am 4pm

Islamic, Indian & Asian Arts (Lots 1033-1608) Works of Art, Furniture & Rugs (Lots 1651-1879)

VIEWING Friday 6 December: 1pm-5pm Sunday 8 December: 10am-2pm Monday 9 December: 9.30am-5.30pm Tuesday 10 December: 9am-9.45am Wednesday 11 December: 9am-9.45am

Please note the conditions of sale at the back of this catalogue. Buyers Premium 20% + VAT. Droit de suite: where any lot is affected by this legislation a surcharge of 4% will apply to the hammer price. In effect, the premium will be 24% + VAT. Condition of items: A catalogue description does not state the condition of an item.

The Old Chocolate Factory 74-76 Knights Hill, West Norwood, London SE27 0JD Tel: 020 8761 2522 Fax: 020 8761 2524 auctions@roseberys.co.uk

Catalogue Price £10.00 (£12 by post) Illustrated catalogue online at www.roseberys.co.uk

Front Cover Lot 1249

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TUESDAY CERAMICS & GLASS

CO N TACT S Directors Ian A. Cadzow Marcus Grey Peter Greenway Vicki Wonfor

Chairman and Managing Director Director Director Associate Director

Manager Vicki Wonfor

Specialists Ian A. Cadzow Marcus Grey Vicki Wonfor Peter Greenway Mark Longley Richard Gibbon

Furniture and Rugs Pictures and Frames Pictures and Prints Asian Arts, Collectors’ Items and Works of Art Ceramics, Glass and Works of Art Jewellery, Silver and Textiles

Cataloguers & Porters Mark Longley Antonia Woodley Jones

Furniture and Rugs Upstairs Saleroom Porter

Organisation Melissa Hutchings Jan Godwyn Fiona Slaven Lisa Haadem Charlotte Leach Antonia Coonan

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W ED N E SDAY 11 D ECEM BER 2013

ISLAMIC, INDIAN AND ASIAN ARTS CO M M ENCI N G AT 10.0 0 am

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1033 1033 A Indian school painting of a Maharaja riding a horse, c.1800, dressed in a pink striped robe, with attendants in a field, 27.4 x 44.5cm. £500 ‑ 700 1034 Two Indian illuminated gouache paintings of spreads, Jaipur, c.1800, each of floral design, mounted, unframed, 31 x 23.7cm £300‑500

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1035 A Mughal pale jade dagger hilt, 17th/18th century, overall decorated with flowers and scrolling foliage, 13.5cm wide £5000 ‑ 7000

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1036 A Mughal jade dagger hilt, 17th/18th century, the jade hilt carved with floral motifs terminating with trilobed pommel each in the form of pine cones, 14cm wide £3000 ‑ 5000

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1037 A large Indian leather shadow puppet, 19th century, figure firing arrows, framed and glazed, 112cm high £500 ‑ 700 1038 An Indian brass and wood square stand, 19th century, the top with a geometric moulded panel, framed by borders of trailing foliage and flowerheads, with rope twist edge and floral sides, on lions paw cabriole feet, 52cm square £400 ‑ 600 1039 A Turkish terracotta gourd ornament, with inlaid gilded ornament, 20cm high £200 ‑ 300 1040 An Ottoman ivory and wood seal, carved with geometric patterns, 18 x 22cm £1500 ‑ 2000

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1041 A Spanish circular wooden plaque, carved to the edge with a concentric band of calligraphy, the centre with a peacock, 18.8cm diam £200 ‑ 300 1042 An Ottoman Balkan miquelet lock musket, 19th century, the barrel with elaborate scrolling hammered steel inlay and held by metal bands to the three quarter stock and with steel ram rod, with steel lock and ball trigger, the flaring stock with mother of pearl and bone inlay terminating with a scroll chased silver butt plate, 115cm £2500 ‑ 3000 1043 A Turkish white metal buckle, 19th century, decorated with Repoussé flowers and branches, 23.5cm wide £80 ‑ 120

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1044 An Uygur Turkish stringed instrument, the circular domed body inlaid with mother of pearl butterflies and leaves, the neck with similar butterfly frets, with seven tuning keys, 92cm long £200 ‑ 300 1045 A Turkish steel three pronged fork, 19th century, enriched with engraving, 55cm long £200 ‑ 300 1046 A Turkish Otttoman damascened sword, the curved blade inlaid with calligraphy, terminating with a horn gripped handle, 89.5cm long £800 ‑ 1200 1047 A pair of rock‑crystal child’s bangles, Indian, 18th/19th century, 8cm wide.

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Provenance; Heeramaneck Collection, New York, 1970’s Private collection France £200 ‑ 300 1048 An Indian octagonal box, 19th century, the inside with four bottles with covers, 11cm wide, together with an Islamic steel dish and cover and an ovoid jar. (3) £300 ‑ 500

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1049 A Rare Mamluk style gilt and enamelled glass Mosque lamp, Europe, 19th century, of typical form with sloping round body and a flared mouth on a short base, six applied hanging loops, overall decorated with scrolling foliage, 37.5cm high £6000 ‑ 8000

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1050 1050 An Islamic eighteen tile panel, 17th/18th century, with central floral cartouche on blue ground within panels of scolling foliage, 116cm high £1000 ‑ 1500 1051 A Burmese figure of a standing monk, 19th century, carved wearing a flowing robe enriched with polychromed and mirror studded decoration, his face with a peaceful expression, on a circular base, with a modern tapering stand, 104cm high £400 ‑ 600

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1054 1052 Two Islamic white metal inlaid copper trays, of circular form, overall decorated with scrolling foliage, 60cm wide. (2) £150 ‑ 250 1053 An Islamic ivory inlaid mirror, 19th century, of rectangular form decorated with stylised flower heads, 55cm high £120 ‑ 180 1054 An Islamic bronze ewer, 19th century, central figural panel within flowers and foliage, 24cm high, another similar. (2) £250 ‑ 300

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1056 1055 An Islamic white metal ewer, overall decorated with scrolling foliage and script, 30cm high, together with an Islamic brass ewer, decorated with scrolling foliage, 31cm high. (2) £200 ‑ 300 1056 An Islamic Kooran stand, late 19th/early 20th century, overall decorated with scrolling foliage and exotic birds, 44cm high £200 ‑ 300

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1057 An Islamic plaster plaque, depicting an architectural door, overall decorated with stylised geometric pattern, signed R Torres Granada, in modern silver frame, 51cm high £150 ‑ 200 1058 A parcel gilt white metal caparison ornament, the square sections with embossed domed centres, together with another example. (2) £300 ‑ 500 1059 A Sufi hat, of domed form, rigid wool with Islamic text £100 ‑ 150 1060 A collection of six Islamic textile panels, c.1870, Turkish, embroidered in gilt metal threads on silk ground, various sizes, approx 238 x 67cm. (6) £150 ‑ 250 1061 An Indian bronze temple light, 18th/19th century, moulded as a bull standing on a circular beaded edge base, 20.5cm high £300 ‑ 500

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1064 1062 A Gandhara gray schist head of Buddha, 2nd/3rd century, 9.5cm high £300 ‑ 500 1063 An Indian temple light, 17th/18th century, modelled as a female figure, wearing an elaborate headress and earrings, her body adorned with jewellery and wearing a dhoti, standing on a square base holding a lipped circular dish, 16cm high £300 ‑ 500

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1064 A group of three Indian bronze vessels, 18/19th century, comprising a vessel with a long spout, a vase of bellied form and a circular vessel with a beaded rim. (3) £300 ‑ 500 1065 A Turkish steel hanging light, of square tapering form pierced with formal trailing foliage, with hinged doors, one missing, 35cm high £200 ‑ 300

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1066 A large Islamic ivory and mother of pearl inlaid Khatam ware box, overall decorated with panels of stylised flower heads, 60cm wide £500 ‑ 600 1067 A large Islamic bronze bowl, Siran, 19th century, overall decorated with panels of script, 54cm wide £500 ‑ 600 1068 Six Islamic Bamiyan sgraffito pottery dishes, Afghanistan, 12th/13th century, each with foliate designs. (6) £200 ‑ 300 1069 A Qajar engraved and inlaid steel candlestick, Iran, 19th century, overall decorated with scrolling flowers and foliage, 28cm high £300 ‑ 500 1069 14

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1070 An Islamic bowl, possibly Egyptian 10th/11th century, yellow glaze, decorated with snake motif, 18cm wide £250 ‑ 300

1072 An Iran pottery lustre style bowl, 12th century, decorated with yellow and black stylised motifs, 18cm wide £300 ‑ 400

1071 A Bamiyan sgraffito pottery dish, Afghanistan, 12th/13th century, of circular form, decorated with foliage and figure on horse back, 20cm wide £150 ‑ 200

1073 A Kashan pottery bowl, Iran 11th century, of circular form, fish decoration, 15cm wide £200 ‑ 250

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1074 A Islamic pottery bowl, Siran 12th century, green, yellow and brown bands, central circular design, 21cm wide £300 ‑ 400

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1078 1075 A Kashan pottery bowl, Iran 11th century, of circular form, hatched decoration, 15cm wide £250 ‑ 300 1076 A Kashan pottery vase, 10th/11th century, the body decorated with yellow, green and brown glaze, 18cm high £100 ‑ 150

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1077 An Islamic bronze ewer, 18th/19th century, modelled with a lions mask handle and a long facetted straight spout, the bellied body moulded with lappets and punch work, 27cm high £200 ‑ 300

1078 A South East Asian bronze candlestick, 19th century, overall decorated with foliage, together with matching bowl and four further bowls. (6) £200 ‑ 300

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1079 A Lobmeyr twin handled amber glass vase, Vienna, late 19th/early 20th century, for Islamic market, enamelled with stylised flowers and scrolling branches in the Islamic taste, 21cm high £3000 ‑ 5000 I M P E R F E C T I O N S N OT S TAT E D

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1083 1080 A Tibetan bronze model of Yama, modelled with his consort, standing on a bull lying on a lobed petal base with a flaming mandorla behind, wearing a crown formed of skulls, his face with a ferocious grimace and body adorned with more jewellery and severed heads, his consort wearing a crown of skulls offering him a precious object, 24cm high £800 ‑ 1200

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1081 A Persian painting of horsemen in a rural landscape, 20th century, reputed to have been painted by Iman Iman, gouache on paper, 16 x 21.5cm £80 ‑ 120 1082 An Indian miniature, 19th century, two seated figures in a landscape under a canapy playing chess, gouache on paper, 11 x 8cm £200 ‑ 300

1083 A pair of Indian miniature portraits, 19th century, the portrait of a lady and a man, the lady wearing a green sari and jewellery, the man wearing turban and yellow jacket, 6.3 x 5cm together with another Indian minature with an embracing couple. (3) £200 ‑ 300

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1084 A Indian miniature painting of Geyiklu Baba, painted of the saint removing an arrow from the deer, gouache on paper, framed, 15.3 x 10cm £200 ‑ 300 1085 An Indian painting of Krishna, 19th century, painted to the left with Krishna with a devotee, to the right with a travelling man, with a lady and two monkey gods, gouache on paper, 12 x 31cm, together with another work of turbanned nobleman in a landscape. (2) £200 ‑ 300 1086 An Indian painting of two lovers seated on a carpet, within a roof terrace, late 19th/20th century, gouache on ivory, framed and glazed, 13 x 7.8cm £200 ‑ 300 1087 An Indian School picture of a group of sages, Pehari, late 18th/early 19th century, watercolour on paper, framed, 19.5 x 15cm £200 ‑ 300

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Lots 1088‑1090 and 1092‑1097: The items in these lots were owned by repute by the Right Reverend Hassan Barnaba Dehqani‑Tafti (1920‑2008), the first ethnic Christian Bishop of Iran since the 7th century. After the Revolution he was forced into exile and survived an assassination attempt 1088 Yervand Nahapetian (1916‑2006) Figures and camels in a town landscape, with mountain beyond, signed and dated and inscribed Isfahan, watercolour on paper, 30.5 x 43cm £200 ‑ 300

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1089 Yervand Nahapetian (1916‑2006) Painting of a Mosque, signed and dated and inscribed Isfahan, watercolour on paper, 42.5 x 27cm £200 ‑ 300

1093 An Persian enamel and silver circular box, early 20th century, and a circular silver plate, together with three filigree cups. (5) £120 ‑ 180

1090 Right Reverend Hassan Barnaba Dehqani‑Tafti, Views of the desert, signed and dated, watercolour on paper, framed, 21 x 34cm and 23.5 x 29cm. (2) £100 ‑ 200

1094 A collection of brassware late 19th/early 20th century, to comprise various trays, a tray and wooden table support, a pair of onion form vases, a pair of candlesticks with butterfly shades, various brassware pots and a silver plated tray. (a lot) £100 ‑ 200

1091 A Persian babies’ cradle, late 19th century, with two turned wooden poles, coloured with polychromed lacquer, the sling of leather applied with stitched work lappets and machine woven paisley, 135cm wide £150 ‑ 200 1092 A Persian octagonal enamel dish, late 19th/ealy 20th century, together with a vase and a small oblong tray. (3)£80 ‑ 120 20

1095 A Cairoware bowl, early 20th century, 23.5cm £80 ‑ 120 1096 A Cantonese ivory puzzle ball, late 19th/early 20th century, together with two shakers, two seals and two penholders. (7) £500 ‑ 600

1097 A Persian album folder, late 19th/early 20th century, decorated with an applied enamel boss of a mosque and silver plated metal mounts, on a lacquered leather cover, the reverse with similar overall lacquer decoration, together with a photographic album containing photographs of Northern Iran and possible photographs of the Right Reverend Hassan Barnaba Dehqani‑Tafti (1920‑2008). (2) £300 ‑ 400 1098 An Indian hanging lantern, 18th/19th century, made with a swivelling loupe, with an internal sconce, the drum shaped body pierced and decorated with trailing tendrils of branches interspersed with flower heads, 29.5cm diam £500 ‑ 800

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1099 1099 An Islamic bronze octagonal incense burner, 18th/19th century, standing on eight stile legs with baluster and knop finials, between panels with vignettes of people and birds, 35cm wide £1000 ‑ 1500 1100 A Persian copper and plated planter, 19th century, decorated with pierced and neillo work, 49cm high £150 ‑ 200 1101 A collection of Islamic pottery fragments, 13 to 16th centuries. (8) £100 ‑ 200 1102 A Tunisian water jar, 19th century, modelled with a long neck and twin handles, above a bulbous body, painted with stylised flowerheads in enamels, together with a Moroccan charger and another ovoid vase with handles, 23.5cm high. (3) £150 ‑ 200 1103 An Iznik pottery ewer, 17th century, modelled with a tall funneled neck and loop handle, painted with black lines on a green ground, 24cm high £1000 ‑ 1500

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1107 1104 A set of Burmese red lacquer and gilded sutra leaves, mounted on silk, written with prayer scripts. (9) £600 ‑ 800 1105 A set of Burmese lacquer and gilt ivory sutra leaves, many decorated with roundels containing mythical birds in geometrical borders, flanking prayer scripts. (10) £400 ‑ 600 22

1106 An Indo‑Malaysian white metal and gold genital cover for a baby, 18th/19th century, with a loop handle, the plaque of heart decorated to the centre with stylised flowers and foliage, 7cm high £150 ‑ 250

1107 An Indian rectangular ivory casket, Mughal, 18th century, with silver hinges and clasp, carved to the top with circular roundels containing stylised flowers and leaf branches, the borders of stiff leaves, the main case carved with conforming flower panels, on bracket feet, 10.5cm wide £500 ‑ 700

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1109 1108 Four Indian polychrome ivory figures of street vendors and other people, 18th century, the two vendors modelled seated on shaped bases, one with a basket, and two standing, possibly being chess pieces, the highest 9.5cm high. (4) £600 ‑ 800 1109 A pair of Indian ivory and lacquered rosewater sprinklers, Rajastan, 19th century, the domed tops with piercings above collared stems, with bulbous bases on spreading feet, enriched with drilled floral patterns filled with red and black lacquer, 18cm high £400 ‑ 600

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1111 1110 An Indo‑Nepalese silver travelling shrine, 18th/19th century, the square base moulded with lotus petals and floral lappets, supported on winged beasts, the back plate of arched architectural form enriched with dancing ladies and birds, on columns with a pierced floral and lattice work screen between, the whole surmounted by a circular umbrella hung with tassels, 23.5cm high £600 ‑ 800 1111 A Bokhara brass ewer, 19th century, the domed hinged lid with a faceted finial above a pear shaped body, with a faceted handle and elongated spout, on a spreading foot, overall engraved with lines of chainwork and applied with neillo work panels, 33cm high £300 ‑ 400

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1114 1112 A Persian engraved bronze competition bell, Qajar, late 18th century, hung with an earlier steel 17th century suspension loop, decorated with two bands of calligraphy panels, separated by a continuous scene of equestrian figures hunting animals, together with a Safavid close plated copper tray, 17th century. (2) £400 ‑ 600

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1113 A Greek/Macedonian patinated pilgrims flask, 18th century, made with a tall spout and loop handles above a bulbous body, resting on pierced spreading feet, the body moulded with figures riding horses, framed by simulated nail work, some losses to feet, 26.5cm high £600 ‑ 800

1114 An Indonesian silver and gold lozenge shaped tobacco or spice box, late 18th/early 19th century, the top with bossed decoration, the sides with panels of leaves and flower heads, between bands of flower heads, the base panel engraved with a vase surrounded by leaves, flanked by calligraphy, 11.9cm wide £600 ‑ 800

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1115 1115 An Islamic bronze and steel gibbet hook, 16th century and later, the steel hook attached to a shaft of baluster and knopped form studded with bosses, above a flat pierced silver inlaid plaque, decorated with tendrils, 24cm high £1500 ‑ 2000 1116 A European silver incense burner, made for the Ottoman Market, 19th century, designed in the gothic taste, the hinged lid with a faceted top and circular band base, pierced with swags of flowers and stylised braziers, the globular body moulded with foliate flower heads and stylised leaves, on a turned base with a domed foliate stepped foot, stamped marks, 35.3cm high £400 ‑ 600 1117 Two Indonesian silver bowls, 19th century, one of circular form decorated with bands of repousse work of trailing tendrils with leaves, framing panels of kris’s, the other of oval form with bands of repousse work of trailing leaves and lozenges, the base with a large kris, the bowl 33cm diam £150 ‑ 200

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1118 A Gujarati mother of pearl powder flask, made for the Portuguese Market, 17th century and later, in the form of a scrolling shell, the lid with a lacquered coral colour knob, some later parts of shell, 13cm high £1500 ‑ 2000

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1119 An Islamic brass and silver inlaid bowl, furs, 14th century and later, engraved with panels of calligraphy between quatrefoil motifs, above rows of lappets, signed Sahibehihaji Aub Al Hussan, 22cm wide £400 ‑ 600 1120 An Indian wooden calligraphic panel, pierced in the form of a bird, Deccan, 20th century, 78.5 x 63cm £2000 ‑ 3000 1121 An Ottoman silver tray, late 19th/early 20th century, the edges of lobed form, engraved with circular vignettes of figures between bands of calligraphy and continuous rows of animals, the centre with stylised flower heads and branches on a floral ground, marks to front, 29.7cm diam, together with an Ottoman mirror, 19th century, 32.5cm diam. (2) £400 ‑ 600 1122 A Thai bronze Buddha, in the manner of Buddha Shakyamuni, modelled seated on a dais moulded with grotesque heads, sitting in meditation with his hands in bhumisparsa mudra, his serene face in peaceful contemplation, his hair with tight curls surmounted by a flame cintamani, 45cm high £150 ‑ 250

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1123 A pair of Indian brass trays, 20th century, the rims with lobed and stamped decoration, the central reserve with floral and leaf incised banding, together with five other trays, variously 19th century and later. (7) £450 ‑ 500

1125 A large Mamluk revival gold and silver inlaid brass tray, first quarter 20th century, of circular form decorated in the Egyptian taste with central Biblical figures within symbolic landscape, enclosed by continuous band of Egyptian figures, the edge with panels of sphinx and birds separated by fish, the edge folded, 77cm wide £600 ‑ 800

1124 Two Indian silvered copper trays, with lobed borders, centrally engraved, together with another silver copper tray of dished form, and a brass tray, of circular form, engraved with flowers and foliage, the copper trays 66cm diam, the largest 77cm diam. (4) £200 ‑ 300 28

1126 Two large Indian brass trays, 20th century, the larger engraved with a central foliate motif, the smaller with geometric enamel inlay, 101.5cm and 91.5cm diam. (2) £300 ‑ 500 www.roseberys.co.uk


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1130 1127 Two Islamic bronze mortars, the larger of waisted form moulded with bands of lozenges and domed faceted bosses, the surfaces with bands of tendrils, 15cm diam, and a smaller mortar moulded with circular incised patterns. (2) £300 ‑ 500 1128 A Persian steel plaque, Qajar, 18th/19th century, moulded with a figure of a bathing woman in an architectural landscape, the reverse with an equestrian figure riding through a forest, with birds in the trees, 20.7 x 14.5cm £400 ‑ 600 I M P E R F E C T I O N S N OT S TAT E D

1129 A Sino‑Tibetan gilt bronze model of a crouching lion, 18th/19th century, modelled crouching on its haunches, licking its tail, 3.7cm wide £400 ‑ 600 1130 A pair of Indian bronze models of elephants, each modelled with rugs on their backs and wearing decorated headpieces, their faces serene, supporting howdahs with umbrella finials, the niches filled with female deities and each riden by attendants holding staffs, 37cm high. (2) £800 ‑ 1200 29


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1133 1131 An Indian bronze lamp figure, 18th/19th century, cast in the form of a horse, with a nozzle moulded to its back, 11cm wide £500 ‑ 800

1135 1132 A Indian incense burner, 19th century, modelled in the form of a bird, with incised and pierced decoration to the body, standing on a pierced and stiff leaf cast pedestal, 24cm high £400 ‑ 600 1133 An Indian brass model of a horse, 21cm wide £800 ‑ 1200

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1134 An Indian dagger with damascened steel handle and case, 30cm overall £150 ‑ 250 1135 An Indo Persian steel khula khud with chiselled figural decoration, spike finial and chain mail £200 ‑ 300

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1136 A pair of Turkish flintlock pistols with steel barrels and locks, with decorative brass full stocks and rat tail handles with ovoid pommels, 51cm long £800 ‑ 1200 1137 An Indian steel matchlock with mother of pearl parquetry mounted full stock and steel ramrod, 153cm £400 ‑ 600 1138 A flintlock jezzail with slightly flaring steel barrel and a quarter stock with horn decorated fish tail butt, 167cm £250 ‑ 350 1139 Two decorative Indian matchlock long guns with silver mounted full stocks, 164cm another with wooden stock, 188cm and a percussion jezzail with brass bound stock, 132cm. (4) £200 ‑ 400

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1140 A fine Indian mail and lamellar shirt, 17th/18th century, the breastplates formed as four convex plates, each with three ringed bars, for strapwork lacing, the back with five rows of overlapping small rectangular lames, 84cm long Note: a similar example sold by Thomas Del Mar Ltd, lot 47, 30th June 2010 £800 ‑ 1200

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1141 1141 A Gandharan grey schist figure of seated Buddha, 2nd/3rd century, seated in meditation, hands against his chest, wearing well modelled flowing robes, his legs crossed position, on a draped dais, his face carved with a serene expression, 56cm high £2500 ‑ 3000

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1142 An Indian powder horn, 19th century, the flask painted and gilded with floral decoration with a hard stone finial, the twisting horn terminating with a turned ivory spout, 55cm wide £200 ‑ 300 1143 A Persian embossed leather book cover, of rectangular form, decorated with cavalry scene, 42cm wide, together with three Islamic pages from a manuscript, depictiung equestrian subjects and a palace scene. (4) £200 ‑ 300 1144 An Indian Zoomorphic miniature painting, depicting a stylised camel with an angle on its back, enclosed within script, 27cm high £200 ‑ 300 * 1145 A Persian 15 tile pictorial panel, 19th century, decorated in polychrome, with central panel depicting a male figure on horseback wrestling a lion, within blue scrolling cartouche, surrounded by a border of rose flowers and birds within a blue scrolling cartouche, within a further border of yellow ground and rose flowers. Total size approx 59cm high x 99cm wide. (losses and repairs). VAT charged on hammer price £300 ‑ 500 1146 An Indian white metal and enamel beaker with gilded interior, the top of scrolling foliate decoration, overall with animals amongst further foliage, 9cm high £200 ‑ 300 1146 I M P E R F E C T I O N S N OT S TAT E D

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1150 1147 A pair of hide moccasins, the fronts pleated with leather laced, 30cm wide. (2) £600 ‑ 800 1148 A pair of South East Asian carved ivory figures, possibly Burmese, 19th century, each standing full length and modelled in the round, one figure male the other female in traditional costume, on rectangular wooden stands, tallest 13.5cm high. (2) £200 ‑ 300 34

1149 An Egyptian carved wooden and polychrome coat of arms of King Farouk, 20th century, of shield shape, the top with carved shell and rope surmounts, crest to centre and red and green colour, 148cm high x 93cm wide £300 ‑ 400 1150 An Ottoman leather and gilt decorated scribe’s box, of rounded rectangular form, the sides having gilt lobed panels of script, 27.5cm wide £200 ‑ 300 www.roseberys.co.uk


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1152 1151 Two framed Moorish tiles, 16th/17th century, in two sections and of round stylised design and polychrome decoration, tiles: 26.5cm wide. (2) £700 ‑ 1000

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1153 1152 An Ottoman silver dish from the Balkans, 17th century, the bowl engraved with a continuous scene of birds in foliage, 12.9cm diam, the bowl with areas of splitting £700 ‑ 900

1153 A Persian Qajar enamelled and gilt metal hookah base, 19th century, of ovoid form, decorated with figural and foliate plaques to the top which overlap larger oval foliate panels, the centre foliate band and further alternating trellis covered blue enamel and foliate enamel panels, the tapering base with conforming decoration, in pierced gilt metal frame, 30cm high. (a/f) £400 ‑ 500 35


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1155 1154 An Indo‑Portuguese white metal inlaid centre table cabinet, 19th century, of rectangular form and having twin carry handles, the top having lock and with rectangular white metal inlaid scrolling foliate design, the sides, back and nine drawer fronts of conforming decoration, raised upon four square feet, 32cm high x 36.5cm wide x 23cm deep £800 ‑ 1200 36

1156 1155 An Anglo Indian white metal mounted ebony stationery box, 19th century, overall relief carved with continuous panels of scrolling foliage, the slopped lid opens to reveal a fitted interior, 31cm wide £200 ‑ 300

1156 A miniature Turkish/Ottoman Qu’ran, 16th/17th century, the loose leaves in ‘Thulth’ script, the leaves c.5‑6cm diam. (a lot) £300 ‑ 400

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1157 A Mughal carved celadon jade calligraphic plaque, of leaf form, decorated with central flower surrounded by lines of script, to verso highly polished, with later applied cabochons, 7.5cm high x 6.75cm wide £300 ‑ 500

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1158 Two similar Islamic relief tiles depicting figures on horseback with dragons, of rectangular form having foliate border over figure riding horse within foliate landscape over dragon, in wooden frames, 42cm high x 33cm wide. (2) £600 ‑ 800

1160 An Ottoman towel, 19th century, embroidered to the borders with rows of flowers and stylised foliage, enhanced with gilt thread, 80cm square Provenance: ex. Ionides Collection £400 ‑ 600

1159 A blue and white pottery dish, Iran, 18th century, 24.5cm diam £500 ‑ 700

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1161 An Anglo Portuguese reticulated silver candle holder, overall of foliate form, the flared spherical top with tassels and tapering to stepped circular base and three hoof feet, 14cm high x 13cm wide at base £1000 ‑ 1500

1165 A Qajar Kirmanshah white metal tray, 19th century, of rounded rectangular form, decorated with Omar Khayyám scene, enclosed by foliate border and edge relief decorated with foliage and figures, 35cm high x 46cm wide £300 ‑ 500

1162 A Khorasan style copper alloy bird, modelled in the round with feathers, raised upon square clear resin base, 10cm high. (a/f) £150 ‑ 200

1166 A bronze candlestick in the 14th/15th century Islamic style, flared and splayed top over faceted baluster stem, upturned drip pan over flared socle base, 38cm high £600 ‑ 1000

1163 An Ottoman brass candlestick, the nozzle, Turkey, 17th/18th century,shaft and flaring foot moulded with rounded banding, the flaring base with an inscribed cartouche, the inscription reading ‘It is the waqf of the young lady Fakhri the one of charitable deeds, the year 1245 [AD 1829‑30]’, 37cm high £4000 ‑ 6000

1167 A Collection of three Ceylonese boxes, 19th century, comprising two porcupine quill with bone inlaid ebony carcasses, one in the form of a lidded basket, the other rectangular with compartmented interior with covers, the third carved overall with foliate relief, the interior inlaid with an elephant to the lid, various widths, 36cm 29cm and 23.6cms. (3) £200 ‑ 400

1164 An Isfahan white metal tray, 19th century, of oval form, central cartouche with seated figures enclosed by further panels of animals and birds surrounded by continuous foliate ground having further border and edge with conforming panels, 29.5cm high x 41cm wide £250 ‑ 350

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1171 1168 An Indian carved horn palanquin, 19th century, carved in the round, the sliding doors decorated with vents and having velvet lined interior, 35cm wide; together with a Chinese carved horn gondola, 19th century, of curved form, having two shades with carved decoration to include circular seals, the gondola also decorated, 47cm wide. (2) £200 ‑ 300

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1169 A pair of Islamic enamelled floor lamps, early 20th century, the flared top with pierced panels leading into cylindrical stand, enamelled with birds, animals, foliage and script, stepped circular base, 180cm high £200 ‑ 300 1170 A large extensive Indian photo album, late 19th century, images to include railway bridges, topographical views, garden scenes, interiors, landscapes, all inscribed, approx. 100 images, bound in leather album £800 ‑ 1200

* 1171 An Islamic turned wood and metal mounted Shisha pipe, 19th century, 72cm long, VAT charged on hammer price £200 ‑ 300 1172 A Syrian engraved bronze bowl, Mamluk style, of circular form, the top with flared rim and sides decorated with panels of stylised foliage and script enclosed by continuous interlaced geometric borders, 20.5cm diam £150 ‑ 200

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1173 An Indian bronze sculpture of a hand, 19th century, modelled emerging from a lotus flower, delicately holding as lotus pod, 20cm high £400 ‑ 600 1174 An Indo Ottoman iron chain mail suit, 19th century or earlier, having arm, some leg protection and collar, remnants of leather straps, 84cm high £300 ‑ 400 1175 A South East Asian white metal mounted tortoiseshell box with cover, early 20th century, of rectangular form, the hinged cover with white metal plaque having monogram, the corners of the cover and edges of box also mounted, with skirt moulding and raised upon four white metal ball feet, 6.5cm high x 19cm wide; together with a rectangular tortoiseshell tray, 18cm high x 28cm wide. (2) £200 ‑ 300

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1176 An Indian Mughal lacquered brass mounted wooden box, late 17th/early 18th century, of rectangular form, the hinged cover with central brass floral relief surrounded by further foliate bosses and spandrels, opening to reveal fitted interior, with iron hasp and catch, the front and sides with panels of foliage having bead borders, having drawer to the side and raised upon two sledge feet, 33cm wide £300 ‑ 500

1176 1177 A large Chinese bronze pot with cover, of early form, the cover decorated with five horned cattle, over waisted body having twin tiger handles and flaring to base with three paw feet, 42cm high £6000 ‑ 10000

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1178 A very large and impressive pair of carved alabaster vases, probably Egyptian VI Dynastic, the long bodies tapering to pointed bases, having short necks and collared rims, in iron stands with ring support and three splayed legs, 98cm high in stands. (2) £10000 ‑ 15000

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1179 Two Sufavid copper bowls, 18th century, each chased with panels of trailing foliage, 20.5cm and 19cm diam. (2) £250 ‑ 350 1180 An Anglo Portuguese reticulated silver candle holder, oval glass enclosed by fine reticulated border, the support of pierced leaf form, raised upon baluster stand and reticulated lobed circular foot of flared form, 31cm high £1200 ‑ 1800

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1181 A Persian enamelled vase and cover, 20th century, of shaped bottle form, overall decorated with scrolling foliage, bears marks to base, 40cm high, together with six enamelled plates, decorated with flowers and foliage, 30cm wide. (7) £300 ‑ 400 1182 An Islamic white metal and bronze jardinière, of octagonal form, the straight sides decorated with script, raised on four gilt inlaid shaped feet, 28cm wide, an Islamic white metal bowl and cover, overall decorated with figures, 18cm high, together with an Islamic pot. (3) £200 ‑ 300 1183 A French enamelled twin handled glass vase in the Persian/Ottoman taste, 20th century, of ovoid form, having geometric roundel to both sides in turquoise, white, green and purple enamels, overall heightened with gilding, raised upon circular foot, bears signature to foot, 18cm high £200 ‑ 300 1184 An Islamic Qajar polychrome circular plaque, 19th century, decorated with mounted horse man, within ebonised frame, 30cm wide £100 ‑ 150 1185 A pair of French glass and gilt lined vases made for the Turkish market, 19th century, of elongated form with long necks, on spreading feet, painted with sprays of flowers. (2) £200 ‑ 300

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1188 1186 Two Continental glass and gilded decanters, made for the Turkish Market, 19th century, one decanter of cylindrical form with a knopped stopper, the body cut with cross hatching, the other with a flat stopper, gilded with designs of urns issuing flowers, 18 and 19cm high respectively. (2) £600 ‑ 800 1187 A pair of Continental glass vases made for the Turkish Market, 19th century, of tall elongated form, with flaring necks, enamelled with reserves of birds amidst foliage and sprays of flowers, framed by beaded and scrolling borders, on pale coffee coloured grounds, 28.5cm high. (2) £300 ‑ 400

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1189 1188 A Deccan Betel Nut brass box with cover decorated with the name Shah Hussein, 17th century, of circular form, the later associated cover with panels of foliage the sides with panels reading Shah Hussein over stylised foliage 10cm high x 14cm diam; together with a further Deccan lobed circular Betel nut brass box with later associated cover, of circular form, 11.5cm high x 15cm diam. (2) £200 ‑ 300 1189 An Indian leather bound Mehr wa Mah, A Romance, Mughal, Persian manuscript on paper, 76 leaves of eleven lines of black and red script, gilt leather floral decorated cover, a seal impression of Mir Najaf ‘Ali, dated 1793/94, 21cm high £300 ‑ 500

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1190 An Islamic white metal and bronze casket, of domed rectangular form, overall decorated with scrolling foliage, raised on bun feet, 12cm wide £200 ‑ 300 1191 A pair of South East Asian engraved steel snake buckles, 18th century, each side of rounded form, having two snake heads and tails intertwined, raised upon clear resin stand, 6.5cm high. (3) £150 ‑ 200

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1192 A German glass decanter set, possibly made for the Turkish Market, late 19th century, comprising a decanter of squat form, with a gilt metal handle and spout, moulded with amber coloured panels and enriched with scrolling gilding, together with five shot glasses, the decanter 13.5cm high. (6) £400 ‑ 600 1193 A European glass pot and cover made for the Turkish Market, 19th century, moulded overall with a beaded design, with a purple glass handle, 13cm wide £200 ‑ 300

1194 An Indian brass ewer, 18th century, of ovoid and reeded form, the handle with vessel and cover, the long faceted spout upturned, raised upon moulded circular foot, 25cm wide; with a Mughal bronze chain. (2) £200 ‑ 300 1195 An Islamic glazed earthenware inkwell, late 19th/early 20th century, in the form of a temple, decorated with scrolling foliage, 15cm high, together with six further ceramic vessels and sculpture. (7) £100 ‑ 150

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1196 An Ottoman gilt glass ewer and cover with bowl, the ewer with pointed stopper, overall decorated with panels of stylised foliage the waist with band of scrolling foliage, raised upon circular foot, 47cm high, the bowl of conforming decoration, 29.5cm diam. (2) £5000 ‑ 8000

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1197 A large Islamic style Continental majolica charger, of circular form, the border having interlaced fleur‑de‑lis around script and central crest of an eagle, overall of polycrome decoration, 52cm diam £200 ‑ 300 1198 An Indian red stone architectural fragment of mythical animals, 11th/12th century, possibly from Rajasthan, carved and pierced with two lions flanking a shrine with a goddess inside, with partial figure of Ganesh to the left, 41cm wide £1000 ‑ 1500

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1199 An Indo Portuguese polychrome altar relief, of pierced and leaf form, overall representing stylised scrolling flowering foliage, raised upon turned socle base, 75cm high £200 ‑ 300 1200 A Kashan moulded monochrome calligraphic pottery three tile relief, Persia, c.13th/14th century, of ‘C’ shape and moulded with a line of inscription ‘God is the great’, beneath a turquoise glaze, in wooden frame, 28cm high x 53cm wide £300 ‑ 400

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1202 1201 An Impressive Anglo Indian ivory inlaid dressing table mirrored box, 19th century, the geometric top with four mirrored panels, between inlaid ivory stringing, the sides with conforming mirrored panels, interior with fitted boxes and ivory outlined compartments, above a swing etched mirror with central ruby glass arch, 43cm wide £2500 ‑ 3000

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1202 An Islamic Cairo ware bowl, the ovoid body decorated with panels of script and scrolling foliage inlaid with white metal, 33cm wide £400 ‑ 600 1203 A large pair of Persian damascened iron models of a deer, Qajar, 19th century, the horned animal modelled looking straight ahead, decorated in gilt with foliate garlands, 43cm high £3000 ‑ 5000 www.roseberys.co.uk


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1204 1204 A Turkish powder flask, early 19th century, with a brass nozzle, the horn body engraved with a portrait roundel of a turbaned gentleman, on a flowering branch ground, the reverse side engraved with geometric patterns, 36cm wide £200 ‑ 300 1205 A Lobmeyr style twin handled clear glass vase, made for the Turkish Market, 19th century, of waisted bulbous form on a spreading glass foot, gilded and enamelled with flowers and leaves, 20.5cm high £300 ‑ 500 I M P E R F E C T I O N S N OT S TAT E D

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1208 1207 An Indian terracotta head of a Sikh gentleman, modelled in the round and having turban and full beard, 28cm high £300 ‑ 500 1208 A Mughal/Deccan style jadite horse head dagger handle, carved in the round, the neck and shaped base decorated with foliate forms, 14.5cm high £200 ‑ 300

1210 1206 An Indian white metal articulated fish attar‑dan, Bengal, probably Monghyr, late 19th century, the head opening to reveal compartment, having stylised face, the articulated body with scales and flared tail fin, 28cm wide; with an Indian white metal spoon by Orr, Madras, the twisted snake handle having Buddha surmount, the bowl interior engraved with further figure and the back of conforming decoration, 21.5cm high; with a Lucknow white metal rose water bottle and cover, Uttar Pradesh, overall chased with foliate patterns, 15cm high. (3) Note: A similar Indian fish is shown in the Catalogue of the Delhi Exhibition of 1903 in which it states: “At Kharakpur in Monghyr (as also at one or two other localities in Bengal), silver fish attar‑dans are manufactured with great skill; the largest one on view is priced at Rs. 218 and measures 18 inches in length.” £150 ‑ 200

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1209 An Indian ivory and porcupine quill box, 19th century, the top with a rectangular plaque, the edges and base banded with ivory, engraved with ogee arch designs, 12.2cm wide £150 ‑ 250 1210 A South East Asian carved ivory pot with cover, 18th century, of octagonal form, the cover centrally decorated with carved rosette enclosed by further decoration, the body and circular base also decorated, 3cm high x 5.5cm wide; with a further circular carved ivory pot for gaming counters, 4cm high x 6cm wide. (2) £200 ‑ 300

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1214 1211 A large North Indian white metal and horse hair fly whisk, late 19th century, of faceted and flared form, the cup shaped top decorated with leaf, foliage and red glass cabochons, the handle of conforming decoration, 87cm high with hair extended £250 ‑ 300 1212 An Islamic silver inlaid brass ewer, Seljuk, 13th century, flared faceted top with continuous scrolling silver inlay over body with conforming panels and surrounding designs, raised upon flared foot decorated with stylised inlaid flowers, 32cm high £3000 ‑ 5000 1213 A Persian papier mache box and cover, 19th century, painted to the lid with a scene of a woman reclining on a day bed, being visited by attendants, the edges with a border of calligraphy, the sides with vignettes of people in buildings within a hunting scene, 33cm wide £300 ‑ 500 1214 An Indian bronze plaque of a meditating man, flanked by dogs and lions, 18th/19th century, 24.4cm wide £600 ‑ 800

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1216

1217 1215 An Indian red stone sculpture of a Durga, modelled wrestling a bull, holding a trident and discus, her face with a gentle smile and stylised curly hair, her ears hung with disc earrings and her body adorned with jewellery, wearing a closely wrapped dhoti, resting on a plinth base, 35cm high £1000 ‑ 1500 1216 A pair of Indian repousse metal door plates, 18th/19th century, modelled with winged female figures, holding garlands, amidst stylised cloud forms, each 42cm wide £600 ‑ 800 1217 A Indian bronze fountain spout, 18th/19th century, moulded with the head of a mythical beast, his head decorated with horns and mouth open growling furiously, 46cm long £500 ‑ 800 1218 An Indian bronze peacock form incense burner, 19th century, the bird with hinged lid and pierced body, mounted on a stand together with an Indian bronze peacock form ewer, the incense burner 22cm high. (2) £600 ‑ 800 1218

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1222

1219

1219 An Indian architectural stele of Ganesh, 19th century, Ganesh wearing a jewelled headpiece on his stylised curly hair, his trunk curled around a lidded vessel, with his other hands holding precious objects, a tight dhoti wrapped around his body, surrounded by devotees and standing on a lotus petal carved dais, enriched with more devotees and an ox, 54cm high £2500 ‑ 3000 1220 A Safavid tinned copper bucket, 17th century, of baluster form and with handle, the top with continuous foliate border, overall decorated with panels of foliage, animals and figures, bearing signature to verso, 13.5cm high x 18cm wide £200 ‑ 300 1221 An Iznik plate, Turkey, early 17th century, painted in cobalt blue, green and umber having black outline, with saz leaf enclosed by various flowers and foliage, all within a border of alternating flowers and leaves, decorated to verso with single green leaves and blue, unglazed foot, 31cm diam. (a/f) £500 ‑ 700

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1220 1222 An Iznik bowl, Turkey, early/mid 17th century, painted in cobalt blue, green and umber having black outline, with saz leaf enclosed by various flowers and foliage, all within a black border of alternating spiral and ‘s’ scroll panels, decorated to verso with alternating single green leaf and blue scroll, unglazed foot, 25cm diam. (a/f) £400 ‑ 600 55


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1224 1223 An Indian Damascened steel and ivory mounted elephant hook‑goad or ankus, 18th/19th century, the blade Damascened with elephants and foliage,the flaring handle with further Damascened with geometric patterns and mounted with ivory, terminating with bulbous knop, 34cm wide £200 ‑ 300 1224 A Persian dagger with ivory handle, 18th/19th century, the curved and double fullered blade decorated with fighting animals, the shaped handle of carved ivory, 31cm wide £400 ‑ 500 1225 An Indo‑Persian Dhal, late 19th century, with four domed bosses, engraved and pierced with trailing foliage, with a snake form carrying handle, 43.5cm diam £200 ‑ 400

1225

1226 An Indian lacquer and yellow metal inlaid dahl, 17th/18th century, of domed form, the top with four domed iron bosses of foliate yellow metal inlay with pierced fleur‑de‑lis borders, the lip uptuned, the inside with cushion and loops, 44cm diam £400 ‑ 600 1227 An Islamic Damascened dagger, the blade engraved with animals fighting, the sheath and handle with various shaped panels amongst scrolling foliage, 48.5cm high £250 ‑ 300 1228 An Ottoman steel, bone and brass mounted suma gun ramrod, 18th century, having pierced pointed finial and ball surmount of bone and brass form, the handle of conforming decoration, the splayed steel blade housed within circular sheath, 50cm wide £150 ‑ 200 1229 A near eastern Luristan bronze dagger, sword and spear group including one dagger with tapering blade, 37cm a sword with flared pommel, 54cm and three spearheads with oval tips, 23 ‑ 28cm £400 ‑ 600

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1230 An Indian Pesh‑Kabz dagger with curving steel blade, the handle with polished agate grips, 45cm long £300 ‑ 500 1231 An Indian bidriware hookah base, of ovoid form, the top with bladed knop, having shoulder decorated with guilloche flowers enclosed by continuous border, the body decorated with stylised flowering foliage, 15cm high; with another similar. (2) £200 ‑ 300 1232 An Islamic carved hard stone white metal mounted pendant, carved with a deer amongst foliage, verso with foliage, 4cm wide, two further similar pendants, further Islamic jewellery. (7) £200 ‑ 300

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1233 A carved mother of pearl Baptismal shell, 19th century, carved in deep relief with religious figures near building enclosed by further apostles, 16cm wide; with another similar. (2) £150 ‑ 250 1234 A large impressive Theodore Deck bottle vase, of Islamic taste, 19th century, the cylindrical neck decorated with blue and yellow bands, the ovoid body decorated with exotic birds and animals between panels of scrolling foliage, impressed TD to base, 47cm high £2500 ‑ 3500

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1236 1235 An Islamic carved ivory male figure, standing full length in long robes, on stepped wooden plinth, 23cm high £600 ‑ 800

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1236 An Islamic carved bone panel, Fatimid 9th/10th century, of rectangular form depicting stylised animals and birds between foliage, 14.5cm high £400 ‑ 600

1237 An Ottoman gilt glass decanter, of baluster form with long tapering neck, decorated in gilt with a central inscription‑filled medallion surrounded hatched design with bands of floral motifs, with lamp fitting, 33.5cm high £800 ‑ 1200 www.roseberys.co.uk


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1238 An Islamic bronze hookah base, 17th/18th century, the ovoid body decorated with stylised flower heads and foliage, 16cm high £800 ‑ 1200 1239 A Turkish gilt bronze alem, the shaped top pierced with calligraphy, on a baluster shaped support, 36cm high £200 ‑ 300 1240 An Islamic blue and white Hookah base, 17th century, the body decorated with long stylised leaf decoration, 25cm high £250 ‑ 300

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1243

1241 An Islamic blue and white bowl, 15th century, internal central floral panel, verso with bands of foliage, 23cm wide £800 ‑ 1200 1242 An Islamic blue and white bottle vase, 16th century, the body overall decorated with panels of stylised flowers, 18cm high £250 ‑ 300

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1243 An Islamic white metal overlaid brass bowl, Safavid 17th century, the circular bowl overall decorated with scrolling foliage and panels of script, 35cm wide £600 ‑ 800 1244 An Islamic copper inlaid bronze bowl, 12th century, of circular form, the flared top and body overall decorated with flowers and script, 18cm wide £800 ‑ 1200

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1245 An Islamic bowl, 14th/15th century, the ovoid sides decorated with figures and script, 35cm wide £400 ‑ 600

1247 An Islamic velvet Ikat, of rectangular form, 70cm high x 102cm wide £600 ‑ 1000

1246 An Islamic white metal inlaid bronze vase, of bottle form overall inlaid with script amognst scrolling foliage, 26cm high £150 ‑ 200

1248 Two calligraphic silk remnants in the Islamic taste, early 19th century, of square form, decorated with continuous gilt bordered decoration enclosing stylised foliate forms and script, each panel c.100cm high x 100cm wide £300 ‑ 500

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1249 1249 An Islamic silk fragment, possibly Spanish, two hunting hawk figures within script roundels, the birds without stretched wings with further script, wearing head plumes, within glass and gilt frame, 79cm wide. Provenance; Private London home for last 50 years £6000 ‑ 10000 1250 An Islamic carved wooden calligraphic Qur’an stand, 19th/20th century, having carved decoration to include central stylised flower head enclosed by foliate spandrels, overall with borders of script, 60cm high £200 ‑ 300

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Lots 1251‑ 1286: The following lots are from a Private Japanese Collection 1251 A Gandhara grey schist relief panel depicting standing Buddha, 2nd/3rd century, the domed arch with central Buddha receiving offerings, between sawtooth edge, enclosing central figural panel, upon modern plinth, 40cm high. £800 ‑ 1200 1252 A Gandhara gray Schist relief panel depicting worshippers, 2nd/3rd century, of rectangular form, depicting central Buddha surrounded by attendants, upon modern plinth, 31cm high. £800 ‑ 1200 1253 A Gandhara gray Schist standing figure of Skanda, 2nd/3rd century, carved in the round standing full length, hands together in draped robes, upon modern plinth, 54cm high £800 ‑ 1200 1254 A Gandhara gray schist standing Kushan doner, 2nd/3rd century, carved in the round standing full length, upon modern plinth, 38cm high £800 ‑ 1200

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1255 A Gandhara gray schist relief panel depicting Buddha’s first sermon at the deer park, 2nd/3rd century, of rectangular form, depicting central Buddha surrounded by attendants, upon modern plinth, 24cm high £600 ‑ 800

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1256 A Gandhara gray schist relief panel depicting the birth of Buddha, 2nd/3rd century, of rectangular form, central panel depicting figures and attendants, upon modern plinth, 19cm high £600 ‑ 800

1258 A Gandhara gray schist relief seated Buddha panel, 2nd/3rd century, of rectangular form, central panel depicting Buddha flanked by attendants, 19cm high £600 ‑ 800

1257 A Gandhara gray schist relief of a standing buddha panel, 2nd/3rd century, of shaped rectangular form, central figure and attendants, upon modern plinth, 35cm high. £600 ‑ 800

1259 A Gandhara gray schist seated Buddha, 2nd/3rd century, carved in the round, seated with legs crossed, upon modern plinth, 28cm high £600 ‑ 800

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1262 1260 A Gandhara gray schist relief panel of a seated Buddha, 2nd/3rd century, of rectangular form, central panel depicting figures and attendants next to a seated Buddha, upon modern plinth, 24cm high £600 ‑ 800 1261 A Gandhara gray schist Queen Maya relief panel, 2nd/3rd century, relief carved of shaped rectangular form, depicting draped central figure, enclosed within attendants, upon modern plinth, 26cm high £600 ‑ 800 66

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1263 1262 A Gandhara gray schist Adorant relief panel, 2nd/3rd century, relief carved, of shaped rectangular form, depicting central figure and foliage, upon modern plinth, 24cm high £600 ‑ 800 1263 A Gandhara gray schist relief panel of Hariti, 2nd/3rd century, relief carved, of shaped rectangular form, depicting central figure flanked by attendants, upon modern plinth, 25cm high £600 ‑ 800 www.roseberys.co.uk


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1264 A Gandhara gray schist Parinirvana Buddha relief panel, 2nd/3rd century, relief carved, of shaped rectangular form, depicting central figure under arch, flanked by columns, upon modern plinth, 21cm high £600 ‑ 800 1265 A Gandhara gray schist relief panel Skanda, 2nd/3rd century, relief carved, of shaped rectangular form, depicting central seated figure, upon modern plinth, 19cm high £600 ‑ 800 I M P E R F E C T I O N S N OT S TAT E D

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1266 A Gandhara gray schist Male Diety head, 2nd/3rd century, carved in the round, 14cm high, together with two further similar. (3) £600 ‑ 800 1267 Two Gandhara gray schist lions, 2nd/3rd century, each carved in the round seated with heads raised, tallest 34cm high. (2) £500 ‑ 700

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1268 A Hindu Shahi marble bust of Vaikunta Vishnu, 5th/6th century, his face with serene expression, almond‑shaped eyes, urna, aquiline nose, smiling lips, elongated earlobes with earrings, his curled hair dress kept together by a three leaf tiara, upon modern plinth, 28cm high £1500 ‑ 2000 68

1269 Five Gandhara Stucco heads of Buddha, 2nd/4th century, carved with delineated eyebrows, almond‑shaped eyes and smiling lips, tallest 12cm high, together with four similar heads. (5) £800 ‑ 1200

1270 A Gandhara white Stucco head of a female Diety, 2nd/4th century, carved with delineated eyebrows, almond‑shaped eyes and smiling lips, 20cm high £600 ‑ 800

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1272 1271 A Gandhara Stucco head of Buddha, 2nd/4th century, carved with delineated eyebrows, almond‑shaped eyes and smiling lips, 15cm high £600 ‑ 800

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1273 1272 A Gandhara Stucco head of Buddha, 2nd/4th century, carved with delineated eyebrows, almond‑shaped eyes and smiling lips, 20cm high £600 ‑ 800

1273 A Gandhara Stucco head of Doner, 2nd/4th century, carved with delineated eyebrows, almond‑shaped eyes and smiling lips, 14cm high £600 ‑ 800

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1277 1274 A Gandhara Stucco head of Bodhisattva, 2nd/4th century, carved with delineated eyebrows, almond‑shaped eyes and smiling lips, 14cm high £600 ‑ 800

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1275 A Gandhara Stucco head of Buddha, pigments remaining, 2nd/4th century, carved with delineated eyebrows, almond‑shaped eyes and smiling lips, 14cm high £600 ‑ 800

1276 A Gandhara Stucco figure of a female attendant, 4th century, relief carved standing full length, nude top half, draped lower robe £1000 ‑ 1500 1277 A large Gandhara gray schist relief panel of Hariti with an Ascetic, 2nd/3rd century, of shaped rectangular form, depicting three figures, 56cm high £2500 ‑ 3500 71


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1278

1278 A bronze partial Buddha mask, 16th/17th century, raised hair, carved with delineated eyebrows, almond‑shaped eyes and smiling lips, long ear lobes, upon modern plinth, 17cm high £1000 ‑ 1500

1279

1279 An Indian terracotta figure standing full length, possibly Vishnu, 5th century, modelled in the round, raised head dress, semi nude body, face with delineated eyebrows, almond‑shaped eyes and smiling lips, long ear lobes, upon modern plinth, 63cm high £2500 ‑ 3500 1280 A large Indian pottery bowl, the ovoid body decorated with a continuous hatched pattern, 33cm high £600 ‑ 800

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1281 1281 A Khmer Cambodian bronze figure of Siva, Bayon style, 12th century, standing full length, topless, adorned with a necklace and bracelets, right hand holding a rosary, the left removable trident, the serene face characterized by thick lips, thin nose, almond eyes and the third eye on the forehead, an elaborate turban partly masking the top jatamukuta on which is inscribed the Aum sign, upon modern plinth, 20.5cm high £1000 ‑ 1500

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1282 A bronze full length figure of Prajnaparamita, Nepal, standing full length with a lotus blossoming at his left shoulder, dressed in a dhoti incised with a stippled pattern and secured with a beaded belt with pendant ribbon, the face with downcast eyes and gently arching brows flanked by large hoop earrings, the hair piled into a high chignon and secured with a foliate tiara, raised on circular lotus plinth, 38cm high £1000 ‑ 1500

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1283 A large Indian Chola bronze figure of Bhudevi, standing full length, dressed in a striped dhoti secured at the waist with a festooned girdle and pendant patterned sash, adorned with multiple necklaces and the breast band, the face with elongated features flanked by large hoop earrings, the hair escaping in locks over the shoulders and piled within a conical headdress, upon circular base, 44cm high £3000 ‑ 4000 1284 An Indian folk bronze of a horse with rider, standing on all fours upon rectangular base, 20cm high £600 ‑ 800

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1285 A Khmer sandstone figure of a guardian, 10th century, head raised with mouth open, bulging eyes, strong features, 90cm high £2500 ‑ 3500


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1286 A Gandhara life size standing standing figure of Buddha, 2nd/3rd century, wearing a full length sanghati, right hand raised in abhayamudra, the left holding hem of robe, 130cm high. £5000 ‑ 8000

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1287 An Indian buff sandstone stele of Parvati, 16th century, standing in elegant tribhanga wearing a long dhoti secured with a beaded festooned belt, the sacred thread about his torso, adorned with multiple necklaces, armlets and earrings, the face with almond‑shaped eyes and the hair pulled into a high chignon secured by a jeweled tiara, backed by a flaming halo, with multiple deities on either side, upon modern plinth, 92cm high £2500 ‑ 3500 I M P E R F E C T I O N S N OT S TAT E D

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1288 A large Cairoware table mosque incense burner, the white metal and copper inlaid central domes raised on octagonal stand, the sides with pierced decoration, upon shaped bun feet, 50cm wide. £2000 ‑ 3000 1289 A pair of Islamic Cairoware white metal inlaid candlesticks, the cylindrical stem with raised flat knops, the flared body decorated with panels of script, 31cm high. (2). £600 ‑ 800 1290 An Islamic Cairoware white metal inlaid bronze ewer, the flared body decorated with inlaid script panel, 42cm high £600 ‑ 800 1291 An Islamic Cairoware white inlaid bronze bowl, the flared body decorated with a continuous script pattern, 18cm high £600 ‑ 800 1292 A Safavid white metal overlaid copper hookah base, of bottle form, over incised with bands of script and foliage, 30cm high £400 ‑ 600

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1293 1293 An Islamic bronze bowl, floral border above a flared body decorated continuous panels of animals and figures, 31cm wide £400 ‑ 600

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1294 1294 An Islamic bronze white metal inlaid bucket, the shaped ovoid body decorated with flowers and foliage, 24cm high £400 ‑ 600

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1295 An Islamic Cairoware white metal mounted bronze ewer and bowl, overall decorated with scrolling foliage and script, 50cm high. (2) £400 ‑ 600

1297 An Islamic copper bowl, decorated with a band of stylised rope work to the rim, above panels of mythical animals, between panels of branches and foliage, 18.3cm diam £400 ‑ 600

1296 A Kashmiri copper samovar kettle, the double hinged lid sits on fitted burner, the kettle sits on a flared pierced floral stand, overall engraved with scrolling foliage, 45cm high. £300 ‑ 500

1298 A Islamic copper bowl, moulded with calligraphy, 19cm diam £800 ‑ 1200

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1299 A Safavid metal bowl, moulded with bands of calligraphy and lappets, 21.5cm diam £500 ‑ 800 1300 An Indian bronze model of a boy, 18th/19th century, modelled in the round, kneeling and balancing on one hand, his ears hung with earrings, his body wrapped in a dhoti, 9.5cm high £600 ‑ 800 1301 A Gandhara grey schist frieze, 3rd/4th century A.D., carved with a line of putti carrying flowering garlands, between corbelled architectural mouldings, 47 x 10.5cm. Provenance; Crosier Collection, Geneva £700 ‑ 900

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* 1302 A Gandharan style sculpture of a Buddha, seated in robes, eyes closed in meditation with his hair in a chignon, 45cm high. VAT charged on hammer price £200 ‑ 300 * 1303 A Gandharan schist figural bracket depicting a winged donor, 2nd/3rd century, carved as a robed figure his hands closed in prayer, emerging from a carved foliate form, mounted on a metal base. VAT charged on hammer price £400 ‑ 600 1304 A Gandharan schist figure of a Buddha, 2nd/3rd century, his face carved with a serene expression with long ears and stylised flowing hair, seated in flowing robes on a dais, mounted on a later stand, 25cm high £300 ‑ 500 1302

1305 A Gandhara head of a Bodhisattva, 3rd/4th century AD, carved with an elaborate head dress, mounted as a fragment on a wooden base, the head 15cm high £500 ‑ 700 1306 An Indian wooden carving of a winged woman holding a garland, 19th century, possibly an architectural fragment, carved wearing a turban with long flowing hair, her gaze to the right, wearing long flowing robes, mounted on a later stand, 42.5cm high £200 ‑ 400 1307 A Indian fragmentary sculpture of a man, possibly Vishnu, modelled standing in tribhanga, holding a staff, wearing beads and a dhoti, 61cm high £800 ‑ 1200

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1308 A bronze figure of Ganesha, South India, standing in tribhanga on a a stepped rectangular base, holding the axe and jar of sweets in his four hands, dressed in a short striated dhoti and adorned with swaying sashes, necklaces, and the sacred thread, the face flanked by his wide ears, surmounted by a conical headdress and backed by a shirashchakra, 38cm high £5000 ‑ 7000

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1309 1309 A Nepalese wood carving of a nude man, 18th/19th century, modelled standing, 46.5cm high £400 ‑ 600 1310 An Iznik style bird tile, of rectangular form with central blue bird amongst foliage, 15cm high £200 ‑ 300 1311 A Persian figural tile, of square form depicting seated flute player and dog, 20cm wide £200 ‑ 300 1311

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1312 An Islamic leather bound pray book, 19th century, the tooled leather cover with central panel, internal script, 21cm high £300 ‑ 500 1313 A Persian leather bound Koran, 18th century, the tooled leather cover with central motif, pages with script, some enclosed within scrolling foliage, 18cm high £1000 ‑ 1500 1314 A Persian leather bound Koran, 17th/18th century, the tooled leather top with floral motifs, 25cm high £800 ‑ 1200

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1315 A pair of Nepalese carved architectural wood sculptures, 18th/19th century, the central multi‑armed figures with elaborate head dresses, their bodies hung with jewellery and wrapped tightly in transparent dhoti, dancing on stepped amidst flowering trees, with meditating figures below, on later metal stands, 94 x 23cm. (2) £2500 ‑ 3000 1316 An Indian silvered bronze mirror, of shaped circular form, circular top leading to shaped handle, decorated with raised figure, 21cm high £500 ‑ 700

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1317 A Safavid bronze bowl, 17th/18th century, of circular form, raised central dome enclosed with circles of script, exterior decorated with panels of script, together with counters, 16cm wide £800 ‑ 1200

1317 1318 A marble relief panel of an Islamic leonine figure, carved with a band of smaller dogs above, mounted on a metal stand, 43 x 41cm £500 ‑ 600

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1319 An Islamic red stone plaque, of arched form inset with a blue tile glazed with Arabic script, 51cm high £600 ‑ 800

1319 1320 Three Indian bronze religious items, 18th/19th century, to include a bell, a candle stick and an offering figure. (3) £600 ‑ 800

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1321 An Indian nobleman wearing a green turban, Mewar, c. 1800, his eyes gazing upwards, wearing a long red robe and pearl necklaces, walking in a landscape, gouache on paper, framed 25.5 x 18.5cm £500 ‑ 600 90

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1322 An Islamic illuminated calligraphic triptych, each section within green scrolling border enclosing central panel of script having over flowering foliage, flanked by two further panels of similar decoration, 43cm wide x 21.5cm wide £800 ‑ 1200

* 1324 An Indian miniature painting of a female with deer, shown within a stylised landscape, the back bearing stamped script, mounted within card surround, opaque watercolour, 19cm high x 14.5cm. VAT charged on hammer price £100 ‑ 200

1323 An Indian nobleman, riding on a leaping grey horse, c. 1820‑1830, a lance in his hand, dressed in flowing white robes with his followers behind bearing an umbrella, gouache on paper, framed, 39.5 x 23.5cm £500 ‑ 800

1325 An Indian Nobleman riding a rearing horse, his attendant by his side holding a drawn sword, Mewer, gouache on paper, framed, 25 x 19.7cm £400 ‑ 600

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1326 * 1326 An Indian miniature painting of seated nobleman, one foot on the ground, the other suspended, a dark sky behind, the back bearing script, mounted within card surround, opaque watercolour, 18cm high x 12cm. VAT charged on hammer price £1000 ‑ 1500

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1327 An Indian nobleman riding on rearing white horse, c. 1820‑1830, wearing an orange and gilt turban and white robes with an orange and gilt sash, his groom by his side, riding in a landscape with a cloudy blue sky, gouache on paper, framed, 30 x 22cm £500 ‑ 700 1328 An Indian miniature script painting, 18th/19th century, black ink on green and gilt ground, 15cm high. (framed) £400 ‑ 600 1329 After Muhammad Azam and Robert Home‑ Portrait of the King of Oudh Ghazi Al‑Din Hayday (r. 1814‑1827), depicted seated with regalia; gouache, 16.2 x 11.8cm (unframed) Note: the British Library contains several sketches by Robert Home that are very similar to this work which it is based on. An example by Muhammad Azam was published in an exhibition catalogue for LACMA and Guimet, ‘India’s Fabled City: The Art of Courtly Lucknow’ £1000 ‑ 1500 1330 An Indian miniature painting, Deccan, late 18th/early 19th century, male figure with baby, with female attendant, 23cm high, framed £200 ‑ 300

1331

1331 An Indian painting of a marble screen from the Taj Mahal, Agra School, early 19th century, gouache on paper, framed, 7.3 x 11.4cm £200 ‑ 300 1332 An Indian miniature painting, Deccan, late 18th/early 19th century, depicting figure with attendants, 26cm high, framed £200 ‑ 300 1333 An Indian miniature painted panel of the Maharaja Pasa of Bundi, 20th century, shown in jewelled turban, having full bears and jewelled outfit with sash, to verso the panel decorated with gilt foliate design, in carved wooden frame with traces of gilding, 29cm high x 20cm wide £200 ‑ 300 I M P E R F E C T I O N S N OT S TAT E D

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1334 * 1334 An Indian miniature painting of entertainers, central female climbs pole, surrounded by male figures within landscape, bearing pencil inscription to reverse and mounted in card surround, opaque watercolour, 24cm high x 16cm wide. VAT charged on hammer price £500 ‑ 800

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* 1335 An Indian miniature painting of figures near a temple, stylised landscape and birds behind, bearing script and pencil inscription ‘GHANDHAR ‑ BHIRAVA RAGIIW?’ and ‘Gandhara (or Devagandhara) Ragini or Raga Bhairaval Madura? Ca.1680’, mounted within card, opaque watercolour, 22.5cm high x 14.5cm wide. VAT charged on hammer price £1000 ‑ 1500

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1336 A Indian Rose water bottle, 19th century, the lobed body, mounted with two birds with faceted and knobbed spout, on spreading leaf base, 23cm high £200 ‑ 300

1337

1337 A Portrait of the Maharaja of Kapurthala, 20th century, seated wearing a turban with a hookah pipe on an blue upholstered throne, his feet on a stool, against a green background, framed and glazed, 19 x 13.3cm £400 ‑ 600

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1342 1338 An Indian School gouache painting of a Maharaja, 18th century, he seated in a building engaged with a concubine while killing a rat, within a larger palace complex, 23.6 x 33.4cm. (a/f) £200 ‑ 300 1339 A pair of Indian portraits of Shah Jehan and his wife Mumtaz Mahal, late 19th century, he depicted seated on a throne with a landscape behind, holding a flower, she in a similar pose, gouache on ivory, framed, 11 x 8cm. (2) £400 ‑ 600 1340 A large Ottoman calligraphic panel, opaque and gilt pigments on a black ground, framed and glazed, 48 x 68cm £700 ‑ 1000 1341 A portrait of a Nobleman, Mewer School, late 17th century, depicted wearing a red turban and white robes, with a yellow belt sash and pink trousers, holding a sword, 13.4 x 9.9cm £200 ‑ 300

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1342 A Indian painting of Krishna and his consort, Delhi School, 19th century, he depicted in a palace terrace listening to music, a landscape beyond, framed and glazed, 21.8 x 16.7cm £400 ‑ 600 1343 An Indian gouache painting of a Nobleman with his consort, 18th/19th century, the couple depicted on a terrace garden with landscapes beyond, 25.5 x 18.7cm £200 ‑ 300 1344 A portrait of Maharaja, possibly Rajastan, 18th century, depicted wearing a turban with a plume, facing to the left holding a pink flower, ink and colour on paper, framed and glazed, 24.7 x 20cm £1000 ‑ 2000 1345 An Indian gouache painting of a seated maharaja, 19th century, the maharaja seated in a green chair, dressed in a yellow coat and orange trousers, together with two attendants, on a roof garden with views beyond, 16.5 x 11.5cm £200 ‑ 300 1346 A Indian nobleman, dressed in a red robe holding a sword, standing within an arched alcove, Mewar, c.1800, gouache on paper, framed, 32.5 x 23.5cm £400 ‑ 600

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1348 * 1347 An Indian miniature painting of females within a landscape, some on a terrace and further figures within a building, mounted in card surround, opaque watercolour, 22cm high x 28cm (a/f). VAT charged on hammer price £250 ‑ 350 1348 An Indian School gouache painting of a Maharaja, 18th century, he seated in a building talking to advisors while being fanned by an attendant, within a larger palace complex, 22.8 x 32.7cm £200 ‑ 300 1349 An Islamic gilt calligraphic leaf panel, the leaf showing internal veins and structure and overall decorated with gilt script, mounted and frames within oval frame, 53cm wide £300 ‑ 500

1349

1350 Four South East Asian painted wall panels, 20th century, overall decorated with animals, birds and script within scrolling and spiralling foliage, 115cm high x 31cm wide. (4) £300 ‑ 400 1351 A Chinese carved and reticulated ‘dragon’ ivory brush pot, early 20th century, the borders of Greek key decoration enclosing continuous pierced design of dragons with inlaid eyes chasing flaming pearl amongst stylised clouds, 21cm high £2000 ‑ 3000 1352 A pair of Japanese ivory models of gentlemen, late 19th/early 20th century, dressed in kimonos portrayed as a flute maker and a thread seller, together with another smaller pair of figures portrayed as artists, the tallest 15cm high. (4) £200 ‑ 300 1353 A Chinese ivory carving of an immortal, late Ming Dynasty, standing full length wearing flowing robes, raised upon circular stepped base, 26cm high. (a/f) £600 ‑ 700

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1354 A Chinese carved ivory figure of an immortal with child, early 20th century, carved in the round, the bearded immortal behind flowering tree attended by child riding deer and bird, also decorated to verso, raised upon wooden base, 25cm high £1000 ‑ 2000

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1355 A Chinese ivory figure of a lady, late 19th century, modelled standing in a robe, holding a lotus flower, on a wooden stand, 18.5cm high. £200 ‑ 300

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1357 1356 An African carved ivory elephant tusk, pierced and carved with a row of elephants walking towards a foliate carved end, supported on a wooden stand, 98cm long. £400 ‑ 600 1357 A Chinese carved and reticulated twin handled censer, the cover having two mythical beasts with inlaid eyes and with reticulated panels in between mask and ring handles, the top with Greek key over further masks and reticulated body with panels of dragons amongst stylised clouds and curved handles of conforming decoration, raised upon three legs with mask surmounts and paw feet holding ball, 27cm high £3000 ‑ 5000

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1358 A Cantonese ivory cylindrical box, carved to the lid and sides with panels of flowers and leaves, late 19th century, 8.7cm diam and a Cantonese wooden card case, carved with figures in buildings amidst trees, late 19th century, 9.5cm £150 ‑ 200 1359 A Japanese boxwood carving of a rat catcher, late 19th century/early 20th century, carved seated with his hands on a box, a club in his right hand, ivory plaque to base, 10cm high. £250 ‑ 300

1360 1360 A Chinese carved ivory figure of an immortal with two birds, carved in the round, the bearded figure holding stick, his back decorated in colours with green trees, raised upon integral oval base bearing seal mark to verso, 24cm high £600 ‑ 1200 1361 A Chinese ivory pleasure ball or neiyougqiu, with a suspension loop, the ball pierced with hole emitting spikes, 2.6cm diam £100 ‑ 150 www.roseberys.co.uk


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1366 1362 A Chinese carved ivory female figure, carved in the round, of stylised form raised upon scrolling stylised clouds and wooden base, 19cm high. (a/f) £500 ‑ 800 1363 A Japanese ivory netsuke, Meiji Period, carved as two rats on a leaf, 5cm wide £150 ‑ 200 1364 A Chinese carved ivory panel, 18th/19th century, relief carved central seated figure, 14cm high £600 ‑ 800 1365 A Japanese ivory bird group, Meiji period, carved in the round with large exotic bird upon hard wood stand, further standing bird, 32cm high. (a/f) £200 ‑ 300

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1366 A large Chinese carved ivory dagger in sheath, first half 20th century, the handle carved with stylised beast head and panels of flowering foliage over masks, the guard of geometric design and sheath carved with panels on both sides having dragons chasing flaming pearls amongst stylised clouds, the sheath point of stylised beast head form, raised upon wooden stand, 71cm wide £1000 ‑ 2000

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1367 A Japanese ivory inlaid hardwood panel, early 20th century, decorated depicting birds in flight amongst flowers and foliage, 49cm high £2000 ‑ 3000 1368 A Chinese octagonal lacquered wooden box, 18th/19th century, made for the European export market, with two metal looped handles, decorated with landscapes of pagodas and figures, 36cm wide £150 ‑ 250 1369 A Chinese celadon glazed wine ewer, with an elongated neck and lobed body, the handle of reeded scrolling form, with foliate terminal and the spout of refined sinuous curved form, 29.5cm high £400 ‑ 600 1370 A Chinese blue polychrome bowl, bears Qianlong mark, plain blue glaze, white edges, blue seal mark to base, 20cm wide, together with a Chinese Gu vase, 19th century, overall decorated with figures in an interior, 26cm high. (a/f). (2) £200 ‑ 300 1371 A framed carved gilt wood Burmese gilt Buddhas, each seated cross legged, tallest 12cm £200 ‑ 300 1372 A group of seven framed bronze Thai Buddha heads, of various forms, tallest 8cm high £200 ‑ 300 1373 A Chinese iron helmet, of domed shape applied with strapwork and rivetted sections, with a knopped finial, 22cm high £600 ‑ 800

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1374 A Chinese Celadon stem cup, moulded to the interior with scrolling forms, 11cm high £150 ‑ 200 1375 A Chinese bronze mirror, of circular form, 10.7cm diam £150 ‑ 200 1376 A Cantonese enamelled box and cover, 19th century, decorated overall with flowers and foliage, 14.5cm diam £200 ‑ 300 1377 A Chinese embroidered rank badge, late 19th/early 20th century, central phoenix above raging seas, enclosed with stylised borders, framed 34cm wide £200 ‑ 300

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1378 A Chinese model of a standing Buddha, standing in long flowing robes, his face with a serene expression, with long pendulous ears and stylised curled hair, 26cm high £300 ‑ 500

1381 A large Chinese blue and white tea canister, c.1800, the dome rectangular formed body decorated with landscape scene, 35cm high £600 ‑ 1000

1379 A group of three Indian bronze statues, possibly Vishnu, Bhairava and Khrisha, each modelled on lotus petal bases, 23.5cm high £600 ‑ 800

1382 A Chinese blue and white bowl, central elephant within cloud borders, 33cm wide. £600 ‑ 800

1380 A Sino‑Tibetan butter candle light, the base formed of three praying monks moulded with lotus form banding and sutras, with a back arch formed of foliate branches supporting five sconces, 23.5cm high £1000 ‑ 1500

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1383 A Chinese enamelled baluster vase, 20th century, the body overall decorated with exotic flowers and foliage, painted base enclosing blue seal mark, 24cm high. £200 ‑ 300

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1386 1384 A Chinese blue and white jar, 19th century, the ovoid body decorated with flowering bamboo on blue ground, concentric circles to base, carved hardwood lid, 41cm high £150 ‑ 250 1385 A Chinese blue and white vase mounted hardwood table screen, the rectangular panel with floral decorated vase, with central script decoration, screen with pierced legs and border, 58cm high £300 ‑ 500 1386 A Chinese blue and white bowl, 19th century, interior decorated with single flower head between geometric border, exterior decorated with panels between scrolling foliage, bears blue marks to base, 20cm wide, a Chinese famille rose bowl, decorated with peony and landscape scene, 26cm wide. (2). (a/f) £200 ‑ 300

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1387 A Chinese porcelain bowl, 18th century, painted with a continuous landscape of buildings within a landscape, together with a similar bowl and another Chinese bowl, painted in the Imari palate, the largest bowl 28cm diam (a/f) £200 ‑ 300 1388 A Chinese blue and white Gu vase, 19th century, overall decorated with figures in a landscape, bears blue script mark to base, 36cm high £150 ‑ 250 1389 A Chinese blue and white jardinière, of square form with flat top, the flared sides with continuous landscape pattern, 24cm high £120 ‑ 180

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1390 A Chinese blue and white jar and cover, the body decorated with flowering foliage, 23cm high, a Chinese blue and white comport, overall decorated with blue Immortals between clouds, 10cm high, a Chinese blue and white plate. 18cm wide. (3) £200 ‑ 300 1391 A pair of Chinese baluster vases and lids, late 19th/early 20th century, painted and decorated with scenes of birds in willow branches and panels of calligraphy, 48.5cm high. (2) £400 ‑ 600

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1392 A pair of Chinese famille rose ginger jars, 19th century, incised foliate design on red ground, enclosing raised flowers and foliage, blue concentric circles to base, 18cm high. (2) £200 ‑ 300 1393 A pair of Japanese Kutani vases, Meiji period, of egg form, loop handles, decorated with one hundred figure pattern, bears marks to base, 15cm high. (2) £150 ‑ 250

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1398 1394 A Chinese Kangxi style famille vert bottle vase, late 19th/20th century, painted with vignettes of birds within branches, on a ground of green trailing branches and red flowers, interspersed with reserves of precious objects, converted to electricity. (It is the buyer’s responsibility to ensure that electrical items are professionally rewired for use). £200 ‑ 300 1395 A Chinese overlaid glass snuff bottle, the red raised dragons on a white ground, 6.5cm high, another similar; together with five further Chinese snuff bottles. (7) £300 ‑ 500

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1400 1396 A Chinese embossed brass charger and stand, central large panel depicting seated figure, enclosed between figural panels, upon carved wood stand, 77cm wide. (2) £100 ‑ 150

1399 A Chinese glass snuff bottle, the shoulders with lion mask handles, stopper inset, 7cm high, together with two further Chinese snuff bottles and two bowls and covers. (5) £150 ‑ 250

1397 A pair of Chinese famille rose cylindrical vases, overall decorated with flowers and foliage upon a river bank, bears red seal mark to base, 29cm high. (2) £250 ‑ 350

1400 A large Chinese famille verte wall charger, 19th century, the central field divided into four sections of green ground of ranging sea, over flies three dragons and butterflies, floral decoration to verso, 63cm wide £300 ‑ 500

1398 A Chinese carved agate Buddha fingers style snuff bottle, the carved body mounted with inset stopper, 8cm high, a Chinese double carved agate snuff bottle, 10cm high, a Chinese painted glass snuff bottle. (3) £200 ‑ 300

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1401 A Chinese bronze censer, in the Ming style, together with a Chinese brown glazed bowl. (2) £200 ‑ 300

1403 A Chinese patinated bronze censer, on four animal feet, mark to base, 9.5cm high £100 ‑ 150

1402 A Chinese Archaic design metal censer, the body incised with panels of figures, on tubular legs, with a wooden lid and base on scrolling legs, 28cm high £500 ‑ 800

1404 A Chinese iron censer, the lid with a spiked finial, the body applied with bosses on square legs, 20.5cm high £400 ‑ 600

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1405 A Chinese boxwood compass, 20th century, inscribed with characters, 17.2cm diam £200 ‑ 300

1406 A Chinese silver folding articulated snuff bottle, late 19th century/early 20th century, made of four containers each with spoon, the panels moulded with Chinese characters and precious objects, marks to base, 7.3cm open £150 ‑ 200 1407 A pair of Chinese bronze Gu vases, moulded with archaic symbols, 20.5cm together with two Chinese pewter mugs etched with dragons. (4) £200 ‑ 300 www.roseberys.co.uk


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1408 An Indian brass bowl, raised on a spreading foot, 18.5cm diam,together with a brass pot moulded with bands of peacocks £100 ‑ 150 1409 A Chinese bronze waisted vase, the handles in the form of elephant heads, engraved with panels of winged horses and kylins, 25cm high £200 ‑ 250 1410 A Chinese polished censer, raised on three legs, 6.5cm £80 ‑ 120 1411 Two Chinese circular cloisonné boxes with lids, 20th century, the lids decorated with phoenix, 20.5cm diam £300 ‑ 400

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1412 A Chinese cloisonné vase, late 19th century/ early 20th century, modelled with a tall flaring neck, decorated with a bird in a flowering garden, 46.5cm, together with a Chinese cloisonné plate decorated with a phoenix, early 20th century £200 ‑ 300

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1413 A Japanese bronze model of a tiger, Meiji Period, 48cm long £300 ‑ 400 1414 A Chinese black patinated bronze ewer, the handle of bestial form, the ovoid body having quatrefoil panels with animals in relief enclosed by continuous leaf shaped foliage, raised upon circular foot with beaded border, 25cm high £1200 ‑ 1800 1415 A Tibetan gilt metal and rock crystal ewer, 19th century, with a fish form handle and elephant form spout, the main body applied with wire and hardstone decoration, on a spreading foot, 21cm high £600 ‑ 800 1416 A Chinese gilt metal ewer, 19th century, of bellied form applied overall with wire work tendrils and mythical animals, the spout of bird head design, with a dragon handle £600 ‑ 800 1417 A Sino‑Tibetan gilt metal and enamel applied flask, 19th century moulded with a mythical beast and monkey spout, the body decorated with panels of hunters in landscapes, framed by enamel cabouchons, 25cm high £600 ‑ 800 1418 A Chinese gilt bronze model of a seated lohan, seated in meditation, his eyes closed in contemplation holding a censer, 18.5cm high £600 ‑ 800

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1419 A Sino‑Tibetan gilt bronze model of a seated lohan, seated in lalitasana on a moulded base, holding a vajra, 21cm high £1000 ‑ 1500

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1420 A Sino‑Tibetan gilt bronze figure of Vajrapani, modelled standing on a lotus base, snakes under his feet, his robes flowing, 14.5cm high £1500 ‑ 2000 1421 A Sino‑Tibetan gilt copper finial, in the form of a lion’s head, modelled with bulging eyes and snarling expression, 22.5cm deep £2000 ‑ 3000 1422 A pair of Japanese enamel vases, Meiji Period, decorated with flowering lilies, one vase (a/f), 31cm high £150 ‑ 250 1423 A pair of Japanese enamel vases, Meiji period, decorated with crane perching on rocks amidst waves, 30.5cm high £200 ‑ 300 1424 Two single Japanese enamel vases, Meiji Period, one decorated with hydrangeas and butterflies, the other with flowers and butterflies, 25cm and 30.5cm high. (2) £150 ‑ 200 1425 A group of single Japanese enamel vases, Meiji Period, various decorated with dragons, koi carp and wisteria, flowers and hydrangea, some with damages, the tallest 36cm high £150 ‑ 200

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1426 1426 A Tibetan white metal and gilt flask, of spreading form with various suspension loups, applied with bands of stylised foliage and precious objects, 27cm high £1000 ‑ 1500 1427 A Sino‑Tibetan gilt copper figure of a man, possibly Vajjrahara, seated in vajrasana on a lotus base, 11cm high £500 ‑ 700 I M P E R F E C T I O N S N OT S TAT E D

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1428 1428 A gilt bronze figure of Tara, possibly Nepalese, modelled standing in tribhanga, her hands held in varada and vitarka mudras, wearing a transparent dhoti, on a lotus base, 42cm high £800 ‑ 1200

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1430 1429 A Sino‑Tibetan gilt bronze model of Buddha, seated in dhyanasana wearing a robe, his hands crossed in dhyana mudra, together with a gilt copper Buddha, seated in a similar pose, the Buddha 13.5cm high. (2) £400 ‑ 600 1430 A pair of Nepalese gilt bronze mythical beasts, modelled on their haunches,5cm wide. (2) £500 ‑ 700

1431

1431 Chinese School, 18th century, eight leaves depicting various scenes with figures, painted in colours of silk, with lines of calligraphy, each framed and glazed, 18.5 x 16cm. (8) £500 ‑ 800 1432 After Fu Ru A Chinese scroll painting, depicting a landscape with mountains and a river, a sage admiring the view, calligraphy and seals to top left, ink and colour on xuan paper, mounted with silk bands, 127.3 x 32.5cm £500 ‑ 800 1433 A Chinese scrolling painting of a landscape with mountains and trees by a river, calligraphy and seals to base, ink on xuan paper, mounted, 67 x 45cm with labels of presentation from Professor Fan Jing Zhong to Professor E. H. Gombrich, as a birthday gift £150 ‑ 250 1434 A Chinese scroll painting of magpies in a rock and bamboo garden, calligraphy and seals to top right, ink and colour on xuan paper, mounted in silk, 69.5 x 46cm £150 ‑ 250

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1432 1435 A Chinese scroll painting, depicting prunus blossom, flowering branches and orchids amongst rock work, calligraphy and seals to right, ink and colour on xuan paper, mounted in silk bands, 122 x 55cm £800 ‑ 1200 I M P E R F E C T I O N S N OT S TAT E D

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1435 1436 A pair of Chinese Ancestor portraits of a man and woman, seated on chairs, with a carpet behind, watercolour on silk, mounted, 121 x 64cm. £400 ‑ 600

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1437 After Yufei An, A Chinese scroll painting of Mandarin Ducks swimming amidst lotus flowers and leaves, calligraphy and seals to top right, colour on xuan paper, mounted with silk bands 86.3 x 50.4cm £500 ‑ 700 1438 A Chinese scroll painting of pine trees, calligraphy and seals to right hand side, ink on xuan paper, mounted in silk, 108 x 43cm £150 ‑ 250 1439 After Huang Zhou, A Chinese painting of a lady herding pigs, in a bamboo forest, calligraphy and seal to left, ink and colour on xuan paper, mounted with silk bands, 101 x 45.6cm £500 ‑ 700 1440 A Tibetan thangka, painted to the centre with a Buddha in meditation, flanked by two attendants and elephants, surrounded by scenes from his life, with an orange silk cover, 67 x 49cm £100 ‑ 150

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1441 After Huang Shan Shai, A Chinese scroll painting of a Daoist immortal with his acolyte carrying a peach, both standing on a rocky peninsula, calligraphy and seal to top left, ink and colour on xuan paper, mounted, 99.5 x 45.7cm £500 ‑ 700

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1453

1442 A Chinese scroll painting of a scholar walking on bridge, within a landscape of a temple with mountains behind, calligraphy and seals to top left hand side, ink on silk, mounted in silk, 115 x 35.5cm. £150 ‑ 250 1443 After Hong Yi, A pair of Chinese calligraphy scroll paintings, with inscriptions and seals to left and right, ink on xuan paper, mounted on silk bands, 117.5 x 28.5cm. (2) £1000 ‑ 1500 1444 A Chinese scroll painting of birds amidst kumquats in leafy branches, calligraphy and seals to bottom left hand sign, ink and colours on xuan paper, mounted in silk, 112 x 35.5cm £150 ‑ 250

1454

1445 After Qiu Ying, A Chinese scroll painting of ladies in a classical rock garden set amidst clouds, lines of calligraphy and seal to top right, ink and colour on xuan paper, mounted, 70.5 x 47cm £300 ‑ 500

1449 After Qi Gong, A Chinese scroll painting depicting two lines of calligraphy, signed and sealed, ink on xuan paper, mounted with silk bands, 93 x 43.5cm £100 ‑ 150

1446 A Chinese scroll painting of a god holding a sword, seated on a rocky outcrop, seals to bottom right, ink on xuan paper, mounted, 96.5 x 36.5cm. £150 ‑ 250

1450 A Chinese blue and white bottle vase, 19th century, figural landscape scene with raised fruit and vine decoration, blue four mark seal to base, 26cm high £500 ‑ 700

1447 A Korean embroidered scroll, depicting an eagle in a branch, with calligraphy and seal to the top left, thread on silk, mounted, 85 x 27.5cm £100 ‑ 150

1451 A Chinese porcelain dish, painted with a green dragon chasing a pearl, with conforming decoration to the rim, bearing six character mark within concentric circles, 18.3cm diam £300 ‑ 400

1448 A Chinese painting of scholars and travellers in a mountainous landscape, with calligraphy and seals to top right, ink and colours on paper, mounted, 124 x 59cm £150 ‑ 200 I M P E R F E C T I O N S N OT S TAT E D

1453 A Japanese Satsuma Vase Meiji Period (1868‑1912) decorated in various enamels and gilt with two large panels of samurai and courtiers within palace grounds, two smaller panels of birds amongst peony and kiku sprays, all surrounded by geometric and floral pattern grounds, 45.2cm high £300 ‑ 500 1454 A pair of Japanese Kutani vases, Meiji period (1868‑1912), each with ruffle rim and moulded ribbon to the neck, painted and gilt with fan shaped panels of birds amongst blossoms in a pond bank, all surrounded by cranes in flight on a blue ground, 44cm high. (2) £500 ‑ 700

1452 A Chinese ginger jar and cover, painted with sages within a garden landscape, red four character marks to base, the lid (a/f), 20cm high £100 ‑ 200 117


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1455 A pair of Japanese Satsuma Vases, Early 20th century, of tall slender baluster form painted with geese in flight before a full moon and blue sky, between gilt embellishments to the rim and base, 52cm high. (2) £200 ‑ 300 1456 A copper sculpture of Durga, modelled seated on a lotus base, her arms holding precious objects, against a flame edged mandala, resting upon a stepped base, 33cm high £600 ‑ 800 1457 A Chinese blue and white vase, 15cm high, a Chinese dish, with peaches, six character mark to base and a further Chinese porcelain plate. (3) £150 ‑ 200 1458 A gilt bronze model of Ganesh, possibly Nepalese, modelled seating on a lotus base, holding a plate of fruit with a rat at his feet, 22cm £1000 ‑ 1500 1459 A Sino‑Tibetan gilt copper stelle, cast with a central figure of Buddha seated on a lotus dias, surrounded by other buddhist figures in various seated and standing poses, 47cm high £1000 ‑ 1500

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1460 A Khmer bronze figure of a Buddha, modelled standing with his hands in front of him, his hair piled in a chignon secure by a head dress, the face with a serene expression, wearing a figure hugging dhoti, 75cm high, mounted on a square base £2000 ‑ 3000 1461 Seven Japanese lacquer dishes, 20th century, decorated with vignettes of trees in landscapes and cranes in trees, 18.5cm diaameter. (7) £200 ‑ 300

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1462 A bronze figure of Buddha Shakyamuni, possibly Thai, modelled seated in virasana, with a serene expression on his face, 33cm high £2500 ‑ 3000 1463 A Chinese carved amber snuff bottle with cover, 19th century, of wide tapering form, overall relief carved with birds amongst foliage, the sides with integral stylised mask and ring handles, 8.5cm high £150 ‑ 250 1464 A Chinese porcelain vase, 20th century, painted and decorated with birds amidst grass and chrysanthemums, with rows of calligraphy to the reverse, bearing mark to base, 37.5cm high £500 ‑ 700 1465 A bronze figure of Padmapani, Nepal, standing full length with a lotus blossoming at his left shoulder, dressed in a dhoti incised with a stippled pattern and secured with a beaded belt with pendant ribbon, the face with downcast eyes and gently arching brows flanked by large earrings, the hair piled into a high chignon and secured with a foliate tiara, raised on circular lotus plinth, 18cm high £600 ‑ 800 1466 A Thai buddha head, Sukhothai, modelled with closed eyes and a peaceful smile, with long lobed ears, his hair arranged in tight curls, mounted on a stand, the head 7.5cm high £300 ‑ 500

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1467 A Chinese bronze head of a Buddha, modelled with closed eyes and a serene expression, 12cm high £300 ‑ 500 1468 A Japanese bronze scribes pen case, Meiji period, the handle modelled as a basket form pierced with holes with emerging rats, the reservoir of circular form with a hinged lid, 18cm long £80 ‑ 120 1469 A pair of Chinese cloisonné vase lamp bases, early 20th century, the ovoid body with loop mask handles, between bands of enamelled foliage, upon carved wood bases, 22cm high. (2). £150 ‑ 250 1474

* 1470 An Islamic copper and wrought iron candle holder, 19th century, the rectangular tray with ogee‑shaped ends, supporting two faceted form sconces with bulbous stems, the handle of simple beaten form. VAT charged on hammer price £100 ‑ 200

1472 A Chinese carved grey jade mythical camel, carved in the round, seated with head raised, 15cm wide £600 ‑ 800

1471 A Chinese carved mottled jade bowl, the shallow bowl with mythical beast handles, 17cm wide £400 ‑ 600

1473 A Chinese mottled green jade ram, carved in the round, seated on all fours, head raised, 8cm wide £250 ‑ 300

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1474 Five Chinese porcelain chargers, decorated for the Persian Market, 18th century, painted with bands of foliage and flowers, 35cm diam. (5) £300 ‑ 500

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1480 1475 A Chinese mottled grey jade mythical pig, carved in the round seated on all fours, 8cm wide £250 ‑ 300 1476 A Chinese mottled grey agate lily pad bowl, carved in the round of leaf form, 15cm wide £250 ‑ 300

1481

1477 A Chinese circular box and cover, the lid painted with sprays of flowers and bamboo in a rocky garden, the base with conforming decoration, seal mark to base, 16cm high £200 ‑ 300

1480 A pair of Chinese porcelain bowls, painted and decorated with figures in a garden setting, with bats and butterflies. red six character mark, 11.7cm diam. (2) £400 ‑ 600

1478 A Chinese agate horse cup, carved in the round, 8cm high £250 ‑ 300

1481 A Chinese red glazed vase, of ovoid shape, blue seal mark to base, 22.5cm high, VAT charged on hammer price £300 ‑ 500

1479 A Chinese famille rose bowl, exterior decorated with figures in raised enamels, red seal mark to base, 15cm wide £500 ‑ 600

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* 1482 Two Chinese agate brush washers, one modelled as a lotus pod with a bat to the rim, 11cm wide, on a wooden stand, the other modelled a lotus flower with pierced foliage, 9cm wide, on a stand, together with a rock crystal vase carved with a Chi dragon. (3). VAT charged on hammer price £600 ‑ 800 1483 A Chinese mottled green jade bangle, overall decorated with mythical animals, 8.5cm wide, together with two further green jade bangles decorated with script and geometric designs, another similar bronze bangle. (4) £400 ‑ 600 1484 A Chinese silver mounted jade plaque bowl, the central panel reticulated carved with figures amongst scrolling foliage, raised silver border with relief scroll decoration, signed “Edward I Farmer, New York, Sterling”, raised on four bead feet, 10cm wide £500 ‑ 800

1482

1485 A Chinese Republic Period porcelain vase, painted with a sage and attendant leading an ox, in a continuous landscape of rocks and flowers, red seal mark, 19cm high £400 ‑ 600

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1491 1486 A French pale green jade mounted silver box, early 20th century, of oval form with reticulated carved floral and bird top, relief decorated with birds and foliage, signed “Maquet Paris”, bears marks, 9cm wide £400 ‑ 600 124

1492 1487 A French pale green jade mounted silver box, early 20th century, of shaped oval form with reticulated carved floral and dragon top, relief decorated with birds and foliage to sides, signed “Maquet Paris”, bears marks, 9cm wide £400 ‑ 600

1488 A Chinese circular hardstone pendant, with a gold suspension loop, carved with a coiled dragon chasing a pearl amidst clouds, 4.5cm diam £150 ‑ 250

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1489 A Chinese silver box, late 19th/ early 20th century, of rectangular form, the lid decorated with dogs of faux, sides decorated with birds and foliage, bears seal mark to base, 11cm wide £100 ‑ 150 1490 A Chinese libation cup, of oval form decorated in relief with dragons on a geometric border, 15cm wide. £300 ‑ 500 1491 A Chinese porcelain plaque of a lady, depicted in a garden landscape, lines of calligraphy and seals to top right, 40 x 27cm £400 ‑ 600 1492 A Chinese bronze Buddha, 20th century, seated full length on mythical bird, 34cm high £200 ‑ 300

1493

* 1493 A pair of Chinese silk and silver thread embroidered panels, each depicting an Immortal, worked in silks and couched silver thread on a red silk ground with mirror disc roundels, both glazed in oak frames, approx 61 x 51.5cm. (2). VAT charged on hammer price £300 ‑ 500 * 1494 A Chinese silk embroidered hanging, worked in silk and metal threads on a red silk ground, depicting various Immortals and children, dragon, crane and mythical beasts with calligraphy to the centre, approx 360 x 285cm. VAT charged on hammer price £400 ‑ 600 1495 A large Chinese famille rose jar and cover, the domed lid surmounted with temple lion, the ovoid body overall decorated with birds amongst flowers and foliage, raised on carved wood stand, 108cm high £250 ‑ 350

1494

1496 A pair of Japanese lacquer decorated Kutana vases, Meiji Period (1868‑1912) of tall flaring form, decorated with panels of birds in foliage and armed warriors, with borders of iron‑red and gilt key‑fret motifs on a black lacquered grounds, 66.7cm high. (2) £500 ‑ 700 1497 A Chinese ovoid dragon vase, the flared body decorated with a dragon chasing flaming pearl, upon an orange ground, bears blue script marks to base, 12cm high £150 ‑ 250

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1498 A Chinese blue enamelled bowl, 20th century, the inside with yellow glaze, exterior decorated with blue phoenix and foliage upon blue ground, bears marks to base, 21cm wide £200 ‑ 300 1499 A pair of Chinese porcelain bowls, painted with a continuous scene of a trees with peaches and flights of bats, iron red six character mark, 9cm diam. (2) £200 ‑ 400

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1500 An Ottoman Turkish mother of pearl mounted horn sherbet spoon, 19th century, the handle with mother of pearl bird in foliage over vase and trellis design, 22cm high; with two Egyptian carved bone bud vases raised upon turned wooden bases, one carved with a figure the other with stylised patterns, tallest 21.5cm high. (3) £150 ‑ 200

1501 A Chinese hardwood and mother of pearl inlaid stand, the circular top with inset marble and foliate and floral inlay, above a foliate pierced and shaped apron, raised on stiff leaf carved cabriole legs and claw and ball feet, 92cm high £300 ‑ 500

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1502 A pair of Chinese hardwood lanterns, of square flared form, with carved stiff leaf finials above a pierced frieze and four removable paper panels, with a shaped apron, raised on stile supports, 64cm high x 25cm wide x 25cm deep. (2) £300 ‑ 500 1503 A Chinese elm alter table, the top with applied scrolled ends, above a shaped apron raised on turned legs, 92cm high x 212cm wide x 26cm deep £800 ‑ 1200 1504 A Chinese hardwood folding chair, with a curved splat with a carved Chinese symbol in low relief, above a twisted rope seat and x‑frame support £600 ‑ 800 1505 A Chinese elm child’s chair, with a carved crest rail and scrolled arm supports with turned and shaped splats, with a carved Chinese symbol to central splat £400 ‑ 600 1506 A Chinese elm table, the rectangular top above a moulded frieze, raised on square legs braced by curved supports, terminating with shaped feet. 82cm high x 96cm wide x 48cm deep £400 ‑ 600

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1507 A Chinese hardwood dressing stand, with a triple articulated hooks, above a carved and parcel gilt mirror, raised on curved support united to form two apertures, 169cm high x 30cm wide x 37cm deep £600 ‑ 1000

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1508 A pair of Chinese hardwood and and mother of pearl inlaid armchairs, the shaped crest rail above circular inset painted marble panel of a horse rider, flanked by carved and pierced floral back, with a conforming foliate carved apron, raised on square legs united by stretchers. (2) £1000 ‑ 2000

1509 A Chinese stained hardwood armchair, with a scrolled and curved splat, with shaped arms, above a ratan seat, raised on shaped feet £800 ‑ 1200

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1515 A Chinese elm small cabinet, with pierced lattice work cupboard doors, enclosing a single shelf, with conforming lattice work sides, 61cm high x 51cm wide x 40cm deep £200 ‑ 300

1511 A Chinese hardwood and marble jardinière stand, the rectangular top with an inset marble top, above a pierced carved frieze, raised on turned legs and feet, 100cm high x 39cm wide x 39cm deep £400 ‑ 600

1516 A Chinese elm side cabinet, with pierced cupboard doors, enclosing three shelves, with conforming sides, above a single drawer, raised on stile supports, 111cm high x 56cm wide x 49cm deep £400 ‑ 600

1512 A Chinese hardwood stand, the shaped top above a moulded frieze, raised on cabriole legs with scrolled and foliate carved feet, united by a circular base, 57cm high x 45cm wide x 45cm deep £600 ‑ 1000 1513 A Chinese hardwood and mother of pearl inlaid ocassional table, the square top, with a floral inlaid boarder, above a foliate inlaid and carved and pierced apron, raised on claw and ball feet, 80cm high x 45cm wide x 45cm deep £300 ‑ 500

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1514 A Burmese carved hardwood drop leaf table, the oval top with a profusely carved boarder with foliate and animalia motifs, raised on stylised dragon end supports, 73cm high x 85cm wide x 68cm deep £600 ‑ 800

1510 A Chinese hardwood and parcel gilt side cabinet, with a circular and square re‑entrant corner apertures, above a shaped and pierced open shelf and cupboard, enclosing a single shelf, with two further tiers, raised on stile supports, 192cm high x 48cm wide x 46cm deep £400 ‑ 600

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1517 A Chinese hardwood alter table, the panelled and scrolled top above a pierced and carved apron, raised on inlaid and shaped legs, 83cm high x 118cm wide x 40cm deep £300 ‑ 400

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1518 1518 A large Chinese elm and rattan day bed, with a three quarter gallery to the back and side, above an inset rattan panel, raised shaped legs, 81cm high x 209cm wide x 108cm deep £1000 ‑ 1500 1519 A pair of Chinese hardwood stands, each with circular marble inset top above a bead moulded top edge, above a carved a pierced apron, supported on four carved cabriole legs with claw and ball feet. 34cm high x 39cm wide. (2) £300 ‑ 400

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1520 A large Satsuma vase, Meiji Period (1868‑1912) with folded flaring neck, with applied fixed ring and ribbon handles to the sides, painted and gilt with a dragon amongst Arhats and attendants, the reverse with figures in a fenced garden, 107.3cm high £300 ‑ 500 1521 A Chinese hardwood low table, the rectangular top, above an open apron, raised on square legs and shaped feet, 50cm high x 75cm wide x 43cm deep £200 ‑ 300 1522 A pair of Chinese double gourd vases, painted with branches of flowering prunus blossom with perching birds, on a custard yellow ground, blue seal mark to base, 29.5cm wide £200 ‑ 300

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1523 A large Chinese famille rose baluster vase, painted with precious objects and censers, between bands of lappets, 35.5cm high £400 ‑ 600

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1524 A Chinese baluster vase, 19th century, painted in the Imari palette with chrysanthemums and peonies, amidst rockwork, 23cm high £120 ‑ 180 1525 A pair of Cantonese vases, 19th century, applied with twin pierced handles, decorated with sprays of chrysanthemums, birds and butterflies, one (a/f), 58.5cm high £300 ‑ 500 1526 A Chinese blue and white bowl, Kraak, 17th century, painted and decorated with a central reserve of a sage and his acolyte in a landscape, surrounded by reserves of fruit and flowers interspersed with precious objects, the rim with flowers and leaves, mounted with a metal hanging rack, 26.5cm diam £300 ‑ 500 1527 A Japanese charger, 19th century, painted in the Imari palette, mounted with a metal plate hanger, together with a bowl and cover of later date, the plate 35.5cm diam. (2) £200 ‑ 300 1528 A Japanese porcelain charger, 18th century, painted and decorated with a central panel of a formal garden with buildings and a bridge, the rim with panels of flowers and foliage between lions, 54cm diam £300 ‑ 500

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1529 A Chinese carved ivory puzzle ball on stand, early 20th century, the outer ball carved with dragons clouds, the stem reticulated with further dragons, 24cm high £200 ‑ 300 1530 A Chinese carved ivory temple dog, early 20th century, carved in the round seated on hind legs, front leg raised on dog, upon hard wood stand, 15cm high £300 ‑ 500 1531 A pair of Chinese famille rose bottle vases, 20th century, the necks decorated with overlapping hearts and drops, the bodies with foliage and birds, bearing orange seal marks to verso, 20cm high. (2) £200 ‑ 300 1532 A Chinese hexagonal famille rose vase, decorated with peony flowers within foliage, enclosed with geometric border, bears marks to base, 27cm high, together with a Chinese blue and white jar and cover, decorated in the round with an interior scene, 22cm high. (2) £150 ‑ 250 1533 A Chinese stained hardwood bed, the solid canopy, raised on turned supports, united by open and turned sides, raised on turned legs, 220cm high x 209cm wide x 134cm deep £800 ‑ 1200 1534 A Chinese blue and white jar fitted as a lamp, 19th century, ovoid body decorated with figures and landscape, 23cm high £150 ‑ 250

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1535 1535 A Chinese Sang de boeuf pear shaped vase, 19th century, having flaring circular top, covered with a streaked glaze of red cherry tone that thins to white at the top, raised on circular foot, the interior and base with a crackled pale celadon glaze, 42.5cm high, on wood stand. (a/f) £400 ‑ 600

1537 1537 A Chinese famille verte gilt metal mounted vase converted into a table lamp, of shouldered form, decorated with figural landscape, 56.5cm high; with a Chinese blue and white sleeve vase, decorated with elders in mythical landscape, 36cm high. (2). (a/f) £200 ‑ 300

1536 A Chinese brown lacquer eight fold Coromandel screen, with a scrolling foliate boarder, enclosing Chinese figural scenes, raised on shaped feet, each fold 175cm high x 35cm wide £800 ‑ 1200

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1538 A Chinese hardwood side cabinet, with carved cupboard doors, enclosing a single drawer, above two foliate carved drawers and a cupboard base, with a pierced apron raised on stile supports, 152cm high x 92cm wide x 63cm deep £500 ‑ 1000 1539 A Chinese famille verte charger, large flower heads between scrolling foliage, verso with blue mark and concentric circles, 36cm wide £250 ‑ 350 1540 A Chinese blue and white jar with cover, 19th century, ovoid form decorated with flowering prunus within two shaped cartouches, pierced hard wood cover and stand, bears blue leaf motif to base, 27cm high £150 ‑ 250

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1541 Four Chinese famille verte plates, 19th century, central flower within foliage, enclosed within incised decoration, continuous hatched border, verso with brown glaze, 28cm wide. (4). £600 ‑ 800 1542 A Japanese lobed dish, 20th century, decorated with hydrangeas, within a blue leaf border, edge with stylised cartouche pattern, bears blue script mark to base, 30cm diam £100 ‑ 150 1543 A pair of Chinese famille rose plates, 18th/19th century, central peony flower flanked by exotic birds, surrounded by scrolling foliage, 28cm wide. (2) £200 ‑ 300

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1547 1544 Four Chinese famille rose bowls, 19th century, central pair of exotic birds within peony and scrolling foliage, 22cm wide. (4) £250 ‑ 350 1545 A Chinese famille rose bowl, 19th century, central landscape scene within pink border, 22cm wide, together with a reticulated plate, 25cm wide. (2). £200 ‑ 300

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1549 1546 A pair of Chinese famille rose plates, 19th century, central cockerel flanked by peony and scrolling foliage, with cartouche border, 23cm wide, together with another similar. (3) £200 ‑ 300 1547 Five famille rose bowls, 19th century, central exotic bird within peony flowers, 16cm wide, together with sixteen further bowls. (21) £200 ‑ 300

1548 A Cantonese famille rose bottle vase, 19th century, bronze mounted base and oil lamp fitment, the vase body decorated with figures in panels, enclosed with scrolling foliage and raised temple dogs, total 60cm high £200 ‑ 300 1549 A large pair of Japanese bottle vases, the flared wavy rim leading to ovoid body decorated with two figural panels enclosed within flowers and foliage, 76cm high, upon hardwood stands. (2) £500 ‑ 800 www.roseberys.co.uk


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1550 1550 Five carved gilt wood seated Buddhas, each carved in the round upon plinths, upon perspex stand, 55cm high in total £200 ‑ 300 1551 A Chinese carved ivory reticulated fan, early 20th century, each panel with scrolling foliage and repeating circular motif, 38cm wide £200 ‑ 300

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1554 1552 A large Thai painted carved wood full length figure, carved in the round standing on one leg with hand raised, painted eyes, upon wooden plinth, 117cm high £150 ‑ 250

1553 Three Japanese Imari pattern vases, Meiji period, a pair of lidded vases, the ovoid body decorated with scrolling foliage, 26cm high, together with a further Imari vase, 26cm high. (3) £200 ‑ 300 1554 A Chinese wooden carving of a bearded Immortal, modelled wearing a robe, with a long beard, on a later stand, 122cm high £1000 ‑ 1500

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1555 A Chinese gilt bronze model of Guanyin, modelled with a serene expression, her hair swept back in a chignon, dressed in flowing robes and adorned with jewellery, 120cm high £5000 ‑ 8000

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1556 A Chinese carved gilt wood dragon, head raised with claws facing forward, gilt wings open, raised on wooden plinth, 46cm high. £250 ‑ 300

1557 A Chinese Cizhou style jar, 19th century, the ovoid body decorated with single central vase of flowers, 20cm high. (a/f) £150 ‑ 250

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1558 A large Chinese famille rose jar and cover, 19th century, the domed lid with gilt finial, the ovoid body decorated with figural scenes, 62cm high. (a/f) £400 ‑ 600

1561 A pair of Chinese export paintings of birds within landscapes, 19th century, colours on pith, framed and glazed, 17.8 x 27cm £200 ‑ 300

1559 A Chinese silvered bronze circular mirror, Tang Dynasty, cast in relief with mythical animals, set against trailing vines and grapes, restorations, 21cm diam £600 ‑ 800

1562 A Japanese scroll painting of a samurai, resting by a tree, signed and sealed to bottom right, painted in inks and colours on silk, mounted with silk bands, 101.5cm.x 42cm £200 ‑ 300

1560 A gilt bronze of Avolokitesvara, 16th/17th century, modelled standing on a circular petalled base on a dias, wearing flowing robes, with a fierce expression on his face, an elaborate cross on his head, 18cm high £600 ‑ 1000

1563 A Chinese painting of geese landing and feeding in reeds, 20th century, calligraphy and seals to the top left, ink and colours on paper, mounted with bands of silk, framed, 66 x 67cm £200 ‑ 300

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1564 Yasuma Sodo (1882‑1960) Carp swimming, ink on silk,framed and glazed,signed and sealed 110.3 x 50.8cm £200 ‑ 300

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1565 A Chinese painting of ladies in a courtyard, 20th century, the ladies being spied upon by a man in a tree, within a courtyard garden, painted in colours on silk, mounted with silk bands, framed 40 x 63.4cm £600 ‑ 800

1566 A Tibetan thanka, painted to the centre with a Buddha seated on a dias holding a pot, within a fantastical landscape, with rows of buddhas above and below exhibiting various mudras, 41 x 35cm £200 ‑ 300

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* 1567 Sugakudo Nakayama, A print of birds in orchids, 33.5 x 22cm, together with three other prints,. (4). VAT charged on hammer price £200 ‑ 300 1568 Kuniyoshi Utagawa (1797‑1861) A print of a warrior with a ninja behind, together with nine other prints. (10) £400 ‑ 600

1569 Kuniyoshi Utagawa (1797‑1861) A series of warriors, possibly from the series “47 Ronin”. (10) £400 ‑ 600 1570 Kuniyoshi Utagawa (1797‑1861) Soga no goro Tokimasa find the enemy’s bed empty, together with nine other prints. (10) £400 ‑ 600

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1571 Taiso Yoshitoshi (1839 ‑ 1892) Twenty‑Four Hours at Shinbashi and Yanagibashi (Shinryu nijushi toki) 8 prints from the series of the life of a concubine, featuring the hours for 8am, 10am, 11am, 12 noon, 7pm, 8pm, 9pm, 11pm; together with a triptych by Taiso Yoshitoshi (1839‑1892), Empress and ladies; Utigawa Kunisada (1786‑1864), 7 portraits of ladies; Utagawa Kunisada (1786‑1885), a diptych of a lady and gentleman and two other prints. (some prints with clipping to margins). (a lot) Please note: this lot contains ”A courtesan’s day: hour by hour”, published by Hotei publishing £700 ‑ 1000

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1572 Ando Hiroshige (1797‑1858) Two prints from the series The Fifty three Stations of Tokaido Road, with subjects: Akaska and Palanquin carriages passing Kusatsu Station, together with a print from Thirty Six views of Mount Fuji, Sukiyagashi in the Eastern Capital, and another Shinto Rocks of Futami ga Ura with the view of Mount Fuji, (various losses to margins); together with one triptych by Utagawa Kunimasha (1773‑1810),Courtiers and ladies (various losses to margins and backing) and two other leaves by Kunimasha, a single leaf by Yoshitora A lady, Toyahara Chikano Two women in town, and Kobayashi Kiyochika, A mounted horseman, various losses to margins in all prints (some prints with clipping to margins) (a lot) £800 ‑ 1200

1573 Utagawa Yoshitori (d. 1899) Pictures of people from Foreign Lands, An English sailor and his wife, and a triptych of a Great Exhibition, together with a collection of Japanese triptychs featuring historical battles and occasions, comprising Mosai, attacking Pyongyang in Korea, Kunimasa V No. 3 True account from a Korean telegram, Ikkei Shosai (flor. 1870‑1880), A steam engine at Shiba Shiodome Station, Kobayashi Ikuhide (flor. 1880‑1898) A view of an Imperial Palace, together with another triptych from Views of famous places in Tokyo, and a satirical print by Kobayashi Kiyochika (1847‑1915) of a Russian General during the Russo‑Japanese War (various losses to margins and staining) (a lot) £700 ‑ 1000

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1574 Uniteru II Utagawa (1830‑1874) A portrait of a Sumo wrestler, together with a number of works by Chikanobu Hashimoto (1838‑1912), comprising Imperial viewing of the Garden of the Temporary Palace, Women and children celebrating Setsuban and Horseman and Kendo demonstration to celebrate friendship between Japanese Emperor and the American Ambassador at Ueno Park. Tokyo, two triptychs by Utagawa Kunimasa (1773‑1810) of figural groups, two single prints by Kunimasha, Toyonobu Utagawa (1859‑1886), a diptych of a samurai and his master, Ogatta Gekko (1859‑1920), a sleeping man, Yamazaki Toshinobu, Warriors at night, and two other prints (some prints with clipping to margins) (a lot) £700 ‑ 1000 1575 Kuniyoshi Utagawa (1847‑1852) Spring amusements at the Honourable Lower Palace from a series entitled the Four Seasons, together with Utagawa Kunisada (1786‑1864), Portrait of an actor, two works by Chikanobu Hashimoto (1838‑1912)Children catching bats from a series, Eastern Customs: Enumerated Blessings and Chiyoda Palace (Album of Women) cherry Blossom party, a triptych by Watanabe Nobukazu (c.1872‑1944), Shigemori and Yahihira in battle, two works of ladies by Utagawa Kuniyasu (1794‑1832) and Eisen, Yoshiku A woman and child, with a kitsune, two triptychs by Utagawa Toyosai (1848‑1920) and Kunichika, and two other triptych’s and a single print (some prints with clipping to margins) (a lot) £700 ‑ 1000

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1577 A Japanese satsuma vase, Meiji Period, moulded with dragon handles, painted with reserves of ladies and immortals in landscapes, on gilded pattern grounds, 24.5cm high, together with a Japanese export tea service comprising teapot, sugar basin and milk jug. (4) £150 ‑ 200 1578 Ando Hiroshige View of Odawara and the Sakawa River from the series “The Fifty three stations of the Tokaido Road” and another japanese print. (2) £150 ‑ 200 1579 After Qi Baishi, Chinese 1864‑1957‑ Study of vegetation in leaf; woodcuts printed in colours, a pair, both signed and sealed within the plate, 30 x 20cm, ea. (2) £150 ‑ 200 1576 1576 Toyonobu Utagawa (c.1859‑1886), Three diptych’s, one from Newly selected records of the Taiko Hideyoshi, the other A fight between Samurais Kato Toranosuke and Yami Masatada, and another of a warrior in a woodland scene, Chikanobu Hashimoto (1838‑1912) a triptych Chiyoda Castle from the series an album of Men, a number of works by Chikanobu Hashimoto (1838‑1912), a man fighting a tiger, a bijin, a tea ceremony scene, a domestic scene with two ladies, one holding a shamisen, a flower garden at night and battle between two warriors, with two further triptychs by Toyohara Kunichika (1855‑1900), from the Nine patterns into the history of Ichikawa Foundation Juro, the other of actors by an unidentified artist (some prints with clipping to margins). (a lot) £700 ‑ 1000

* 1580 A Chinese silk embroidered robe, 20th century, the black ground profusely embroidered in silk and gilt metal couched threads depicting a five claw dragon above waves and rocks. VAT charged on hammer price £300 ‑ 500

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1581 A Nepalese bronze model of Padmapani, cast standing in gentle tribhanga, his body hung with bangles and earrings and his body wrapped tightly with a dhoti, his face with a serene expression, on a later metal base, 29cm high £4000 ‑ 6000

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1582

1582 An Indian bronze model of Vishnu,16th/17th century, cast standing in tribhanga on a lobed lotus circular dias, precious objects in his hands, wearing jewellery and bangles his body wrapped in a dhoti, on a rectangluar pierced lion base, 27.5cm high £1200 ‑ 1800

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1586 1583 An Indian gilt bronze head of a Buddha, cast with stylised curls and a concentrated expression on his face, his ears with round floral earrings, 11cm high £1000 ‑ 1500 1584 An Indian bronze model of Deity, with his attendants, 18th/19th century, modelled as a shrine, with a flaming mandarla, an inscription to the back, “yuanjia 21st year”, 33.5cm high £3000 ‑ 5000 1585 A Chinese bronze bird and mythical beast group, 19th century, standing full length upon a mythical turtle, 40cm high. (a/f) £150 ‑ 250 1586 A bronze model of a woman holding a baby, 18th/19th century, a small child by her side, her body wrapped in a tight dhoti adorned with jewels, on a circular base, 21cm high £250 ‑ 350 1587 A Tibetan gilt bronze plaque of a Deity, possibly Kila, the three headed god standing bestride two cowering bodies, with multiple arms holding in Buddhist precious objects, on a lobed petal base, 20.5cm high £2500 ‑ 3000

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1590 1588 A bronze model of a Tibetan Deity, 19th century, moulded on a shaped lobed petal form base, dressed in a tight dhoti, his body adorned with earrings, bangles and bracelets, a vajra in his right hand, together with a bronze model of a seated deity, holding a flowering branch leaning on a mandarla and another bronze group of a woman standing on an alter. (3) £300 ‑ 500 1589 A Sino‑Tibetan gilt bronze model of a Deity with his consort, cast standing on a lobed lotus petal base dancing on a figure, his hands holding precious objects, his body hung with cords of human heads, 14cm high £1500 ‑ 3000 1590 A Thai or Burmese gilt bronze model of a dancing woman, 18th/19th century, cast standing on one leg, wearing a tightly wrapped skirt, her body adorned with jewellery and bangles, her head gently sloping to the right wearing an ornate head dress, on a later base, 35cm high £500 ‑ 800

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1591 A Nepalese bronze of Tara, the figure cast standing in gentle tribhanga on a lotus petal base, her arms adorned with bracelets, wearing a transparent dhoti and flowing cloak, with necklaces and earrings, her face with a serene expression and surmounted with an elaborate crowd, holding a flowering branch, 27cm high £1500 ‑ 2000

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1592 A Chinese bronze model of a seated lohan, 19th century, 22cm high, together with an Indian stone model of a seated bearded man, 19th century, and a Chinese cylindrical brass box. (3) £300 ‑ 500

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1593 A Tibetan steel box, 18th/19th century, the lid pierced and wrought with lions, on stylised cloud form ground, the rims with incised sgraffito work, 13cm wide £800 ‑ 1200

1594 A Chinese bronze Gu vase, 19th century, 16cm high, together with a steel and brass leaf form dish, heightened with gilded stars, 23cm diam. (2) £100 ‑ 200

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1599 1597 A Tibetan bronze ewer, 19th century, the body of rounded form with a curling spout, moulded to the top with a line of precious objects, on a spreading lappet form foot, 19cm high £100 ‑ 200

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1595 A pair of Tibetan door plaques, worked as a pair of striding lions, with arms outstretched, their bodies adorned with necklaces, 31.5 x 31.5cm square. (2) £3000 ‑ 4000 1596 A Chinese celadon jade plaque pendant, of rectangular form, two central pierced figures amongst foliage, 7cm high £200 ‑ 300

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1598 A Chinese porcelain barber’s bowl, Qianlong, of octagonal form, painted and gilt in the Imari palate, with trailing flowers and leaves, 35cm wide £1000 ‑ 1500 1599 A Japanese circular ivory seal paste jar, carved with a dragon, 6.5cm high £200 ‑ 300 1600 A Sino‑Tibetan bronze model of a seated Buddha, moulded wearing a robe, seated in meditation, his face with a serene expression, 18cm high £400 ‑ 600

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1602 1601 A Chinese carved agate pendant, modelled in the round, mythical beast on pierced ball, 7cm high £200 ‑ 300

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1602 A Chinese carved celadon jade bowl and cover, overall decorated with stylised band of foliage, 9cm wide together with another pot and cover decorated with flowers, 6cm wide. (2) £250 ‑ 350

1603 A Chinese Northern Qi style carved green marble full length Buddha, carved in the round with knotted hair, elongated ears, serene face, carved flowing drapes, raised on modern plinth, 56cm high £1000 ‑ 1500

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1604 A Japanese Imari bowl, Meji Period, 19th century, of circular form, overall decorated with blue and gilt flowers and foliage, 31cm wide £120 ‑ 180 1605 A Chinese green spinach jade censer, lion mask handles, raised on three paw feet, carved wooden stand, 20cm high £150 ‑ 250 1606 A Chinese peach blossom glaze brush pot, of cylindrical form, 15cm high £200 ‑ 300 1607 A Chinese iron red Gu vase, overall decorated with scrolling foliage, 40cm high £600 ‑ 800 1608 A Chinese tea dust glaze twin handle vase, two loop handles, seal mark to base, 20cm high £500 ‑ 700

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1652 1651 A Dutch walnut chest of drawers, first half 18th century, the shaped and quarter veneered top above four arc‑en‑arbalète drawers, with a shaped apron, raised on bracket feet, 72cm high x 80cm wide x 50cm deep £2000 ‑ 3000

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1653 1652 A pair of George III mahogany and tulipwood banded knife boxes, of shaped serpentine front applied with classical columns, with silver loop handle and neoclassical urn and shield escutcheon plates, raised on later stands, the knife boxes 38.5cm high. (2) £600 ‑ 1000 www.roseberys.co.uk


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1653 A George I walnut bureau, the cross banded and book matched veneered fall enclosing a fitted interior above four graduated cross banded drawers, raised on bracket feet, 100cm high x 96cm wide x 52cm deep £500 ‑ 700 1654 A WMF electroplated coffee companion set, comprising jug, sugar bowl and tray, the set moulded and pierced with holly leaves and berries, impressed marks to the base, the tray 31.5cm wide. (3) £200 ‑ 400 1655 A Regency rosewood and brass inlaid work table, with a foliate brass inlaid top, above a scrolled foliate brass inlaid frieze, with a single fitted drawer, above a pleated silk work bag, raised on turned, mounted and inlaid base with out‑swept legs, caps and castors, 74cm high x 44cm wide x 37cm deep £800 ‑ 1200

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1656 A painted and chrome‑plated lampbase, by Georges Halais, the domed shade, with switch below a circular plateau, on a conforming stepped weighted base, the base stamped Georges Halais, 79cm high. (It is the buyer’s responsibility to ensure that electrical items are professionally rewired for use.) £100 ‑ 150 1657 A North European walnut and marquetry commode, 18th century, possibly Swedish, the canted cornered top with foliate and trophy marquetry, above three graduated drawers with central relief decorated with a central motif surrounded by swags, tied ribbons and floral marquetry, with conforming sides, raised on square tapering legs, 82cm high x 113cm wide x 52cm deep.

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Stamped to the top edge of the first drawer, with three crowns EXP, which possibly indicates the above lot is of Swedish manufacture £2000 ‑ 3000 1658 A pair of convex circular mirrors, with beige shagreen style frames, 81.6cm diam. (2) £400 ‑ 600

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1661 1659 An early Victorian mahogany inverse breakfront chests of drawers, possibly Scottish, with an arrangement of four graduated long drawers, centred by four short drawers, flanked by turned columns, raised on a plinth base, 125cm high x 125cm wide x 56cm deep £200 ‑ 300 1660 A pair of Negretti and Zambra porcelain and gilt metal opera glasses, late 19th/early 20th century, with faceted mother of pearl eye pieces, the main body enamelled with floral garlands between classical columns, engraved to the barrels Negretti and Zambra Opticians London Holborn Viaduct 122 Fleet Street 153 Fleet Street 59 Cornhill £200 ‑ 300

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1662 1661 A French mahogany bijouterie table, 20th century, the serpentine glazed top, above a glazed frieze, with foliate and scrolled metal mounts, raised on cabriole legs terminating in gilt metal sabots, 78cm high x 63cm wide x 38cm deep £300 ‑ 400 1662 An early 19th century shell diorama, in a mahogany case depicting a crenellated house, with two side wings, in a formal garden with a pond and bridge, flanked by two obelisks, set in a background of geometric arrangements of shells, 57 x 70 x 21.7cm £900 ‑ 1200 1663 A late Victorian walnut three seat conversation sofa, with button back upholstery, raised on turned and tapering legs, caps and castors, 81cm high £200 ‑ 300 www.roseberys.co.uk


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1664 A Chinese blue crackleware vase, late 20th century, mounted as a lamp, the gilt metal base cast with reeded and ribbon tied ring, on stiff leaf petal feet, 55cm high. (It is the buyer’s responsibility to ensure that electrical items are professionally re‑wired for use.) £400 ‑ 600 1665 A William IV mahogany bergere, with a curved and shaped crest rail, raised on lappet carved and faceted tapering legs, terminating in caps and castors £250 ‑ 400 1666 Robert Welsh A pair of three light Chichester stainless steel candleholders, 20.5cm high. (2) £80 ‑ 120 1667 A Louis Philippe style mahogany and leather bergere, the moulded frame, with scrolled and floral carved arm supports, raised on cabriole legs terminating in paw feet £300 ‑ 500

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1668 A Continental enamel plaque, late 19th century, painted with a mythological scene to the centre, the corners with vignettes of cherubs en grisaille, with other scenes to the central borders of classical figure groups, in a gilt metal easel frame, 18.7 x 23.8cm £600 ‑ 1000 1669 A George III style satin birch and painted window seat, with upholstered and scrolled arm supports, above a bowfront floral and swag painted front rail, raised on painted tapering and turned legs, 72cm high x 130cm wide x 35cm deep £800 ‑ 1200

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1672 1670 A Ferrari 328 series tan leather luggage set by Schedoni, consisting of a narrow suitcase with external pocket to verso, approx 33 x 79.5 x 15cm, a narrow suitcase approx 33 x 79.5 x 15cm, an oblong box case approx 29xm x 30.5 x 18.5cm and a curved sided box approx 31 x 26 x 21.5cm, all with dust covers. (4) £1500 ‑ 2000 1671 An Art Deco walnut salon/dressing chair, with a veneered and shaped back, above a parquetry inlaid rail, raised on parquetry inlaid square legs £150 ‑ 200 1672 A Goyard leather bound trunk, early 20th century, the interior with lift out tray, hinges stamped Goyard Aine, approx 62 x 33 x 29cm £1000 ‑ 1500 1673 A black Japanned longcase clock, 18th century and later, the arched hood surmounted with brass finials, above engaged columns, flanking an arched brass dial inscribed William Brooks London, with a silvered chapter ring with both Roman and Arabic numerals enclosing a calendar aperture, with a eight day rack striking movement, above a panelled arched trunk door, with 20th century Chinoiserie decoration, raised on a plinth base, including a pendulum, two weights 240cm high £700 ‑ 1000 1673

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1674 A pair of ormolu candlesticks, 19th century, foliate tulip shaped sconces over similarly decorated drip pan and flaring fluted columns, the base of scrolling foliate design and of circular form, 31.5cm high. (2) £800 ‑ 1200 www.roseberys.co.uk


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1676 1675 A late Victorian walnut writing desk, with a leather inset top, above a slide and five drawers, raised on cabriole legs terminating with pad feet, 77cm high x 132cm wide x 66cm deep £250 ‑ 350 1676 A pair of Continental four branch ormolu candelabra with cherubs, 19th century, converted to electricity, central light surrounded by three further over central cherub supports raised upon shaped Rococo style bases decorated with trellis to the front, 62cm high. (It is the buyer’s responsibility to ensure that electrical items are professionally rewired for use). (2) £2000 ‑ 3000

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1677 1677 A French kingwood and marquetry poudreuse/ dressing table, 18th century and later, the shaped rectangular top with a central section opening to reveal a hinged dressing mirror flanked by silk lined compartment, above an arrangement of bookmatch veneered drawers including a writing slide and a fitted writing drawer, with shallow bombé side, raised on cabriole legs terminating with sabots, 73cm high x 90cm wide x 53cm deep £1200 ‑ 1800

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1678 Louis Ernest Barrias (1841‑1905), Winged Victory, bronze, 19th century, figure standing full length on one leg upon ball, raised on shaped square rouge marble plinth, signed E. Barrias, bears Foundry Susse Frères Ed stamp, 60cm high £1200 ‑ 1800 1679 A set of eight George III style mahogany dining chairs, the shield backs with a carved wheatsheaf and pierced splats, above serpentine seats, raised on moulded square tapering legs. (8) £600 ‑ 800

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1680 An Austrian cold painted bronze of a grey partridge and her chicks, 19th century, modelled as a pen wipe or pin cushion, 19th century 10cm wide £200 ‑ 300 1681 An Anglo‑Indian rosewood work table, late 19th century, the rectangular top above a fitted frieze drawer, above a foliate carved and pierced sliding work box, with acanthus carved end supports, raised on scrolled feet, 75cm high x 77cm wide x 45cm deep £400 ‑ 600

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1682 After J Clesinger, A bronze model of the infant Hercules wrestling with a serpent, the boy seated on a rock, the base inscribed 16 Mars 1856 Au Prince Imperial J Clesinger F Barbedienne Fondeur, 39cm high £1000 ‑ 1500 1683 A Louis XV style mahogany, kingwood and marquetry bombé nécessaires table, the serpentine hinged top centred by a floral marquetry, with rosewood banding and lattice marquetry opening to reveal a lined interior above a fitted frieze drawer and foliate, floral and scrolling mounts, raised on kingwood cabriole legs terminating in scrolled sabots, 73cm high x 56cm wide x 30cm deep £400 ‑ 600 1684 A Bergmann cold painted bronze model of a golden pheasant, 19th century, impressed marks to tail, 48cm wide £600 ‑ 800 1685 A late George III mahogany secretaire bookcase, the arched pediment above a flame mahogany medallion enclosed bookcase, with three adjustable shelves, above a fitted secretaire drawers and two further drawers, raised on bracket feet, 205cm high x 84cm wide x 48cm deep £500 ‑ 800

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1686 A French bronze group of Diana the Huntress, after the antique, 19th century, standing full length on rectangular base inscribed F. BARBEDIENNE, and with applied reduction seal, 50cm high £400 ‑ 600 1687 A matched pair of French transitional style occasional tables, one table by C. Mellier & Co., the oval floral parquetry top enclosed by a pierced gilt metal gallery, above a single drawer stamped MELLIER & Co LONDON, with laurel swags and foliate mounts, above a conforming tier branded to the underside C. MELLIER & Co, raised on cabriole legs terminating with sabots, 75cm high x 49cm wide x 37cm deep, together with a near identical occasional table, 75cm high x 49cm wide x 37cm deep. (2) £1500 ‑ 2500

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1688 A Russian ormolu mounted malachite veneered tazza, mid 19th century, the large flared dish raised on laurel leaf wrapped ormolu stem, cylindrical malachite stem cased within acanthus leaf border the square base with Cavetto corners, 36cm high £3000 ‑ 5000 1689 An early Victorian mahogany cellarette, the crossbanded hinged top opening to reveal a fitted lead lined interior, with gilt metal handles to the side, raised on turned tapering legs, caps and castors, 59cm high x 45cm wide x 37cm deep £500 ‑ 700 1690 A bronze figure of “The Dancing Faun of Pompeii”, after the antique, 19th century, standing full length on rectangular base, raised on marble plinth, 33cm high £300 ‑ 500

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1691 An early 19th century mahogany secretaire bookcase, with an inverse breakfront cornice and astragal glazed bookcase enclosing three adjustable shelves, flanked by spiral turned engaged columns, above a panel moulded and fitted secretaire drawer, with a panel moulded cupboard base, raised on bracket feet, 228cm high x 127cm wide x 53cm deep £300 ‑ 500 1692 A bronze figure of “The Dancing Faun”, after the antique, 19th century, standing full length holding cymbals on a rectangular base, raised on marble plinth, 31cm high £300 ‑ 500

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1693 An early Victorian Irish ebonised child’s chair by Robert Strahan, with turned finials and c‑scrolled crest above a barley twist supports and c‑scrolled splat, raised on tapering bobbin turned legs. Stamped to the underside of the rail 1665 STRAHAN, also original printed paper label Robert Strahan. 24 Henry Street, Dublin Robert Strahan & Co was established in 1776, at 10‑11 Chancery Lane, Dublin. In 1815 Robert Strahan open another workshop, located at 24‑25 Henry St. Dublin, with another open in 1845 at 5 Leinster St, Dublin. £150 ‑ 200 1694 After Demetre Chiparus two female figures, each full length upon marble bases, tallest 42cm high. (2) £200 ‑ 300 1695 A Regency pollard elm chiffonier, with a pierced gilt metal galleried tier with scroll carved supports, above a bead moulded single frieze drawer and a pleated silk cupboard base, flanked by columns, raised on a inverse breakfront plinth base, 120cm high x 92cm wide x 46cm deep £600 ‑ 800

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1696 After Jean de Bologna, A bronze model of Mercury, 20th century, 116cm high, on a marble column, approximately 127cm high Provenance: By repute this bronze was purchased from the sale of Gianni Versace, Villa Fontanelle Auction held by Sotheby’s 18th March 2009 £1500 ‑ 2500 1697 A leather and burr walnut club ‘Elephant armchair’, after Jacques Émile Rhulmann, with a shaped and curved back rest, raised on square tapering feet £1000 ‑ 1500 1698 A Chinese bronze model of a head, cast with wavy strands of hair, his eyes with a fixed gaze, later mounted on a metal stand, the head 24cm high £1000 ‑ 1500

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1699 1699 A concave mahogany side cabinet, the superstructure with two shelves and shaped supports, above a cupboard base, with inset pleated silk panels, enclosing a single shelf, raised on turned feet, 136cm high x 97cm wide x 41cm deep £200 ‑ 300 1700 A marble head of a barbarian, carved with long flowing hair, with a direct gaze, 32cm high £1000 ‑ 1500

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1701 A George III and later satinwood dressing table, the crossbanded and tulipwood banded hinged top, opening to reveal a fitted interior of an adjustable dressing mirror and aperture, above a dummy and one long drawer, flanked by six graduated drawers, raised on outswept legs, 89cm high x 96cm wide x 50cm deep £500 ‑ 700 1702 An Italian bronze fibula, circa. 8th century, marked with a museum collection number, 1405.A, 20cm wide £400 ‑ 600 1703 A George IV rosewood library centre table, retailed by James Winter, the rounded rectangular top above two frieze drawers, one stamped JAMES WINTER 101 WARDOUR ST. SOHO. LONDON, raised on carved end supports, caps and castors, 72cm high x 154cm wide x 76cm deep.

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1704 An Italian table cabinet in 17th century style, with ivory stringing inlaid to simulate panelling, the top with a lidded compartment, the front with a pair of doors, their inner panels inlaid with ivory scrollwork and specimen marbles and opening to reveal an architectural interior with gilt metal mounted marble columns and drawers mounted with different specimen marbles, the plinth base with a shallow drawer, 19th century, possibly incorporating earlier elements. 56cm high x 50cm wide x 36cm deep, with a Victorian ebonised stand £4000 ‑ 6000

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1706 1705 A George III oak high dresser, the pierced frieze above four shelves and three drawers, the base with three frieze drawers above two fielded panels cupboard doors, raised on stile supports, 191cm high x 144cm wide x 53cm deep £600 ‑ 800 1706 A Russian bronze and enamelled dancing figure, standing full length with arms raised, flowing dress with enamelled decoration, raised on stepped marble plinth, 43cm high £800 ‑ 1200 1707 An early Victorian plum pudding mahogany pedestal pembroke table, with a single frieze drawer, raised on a square tapering column, quadripartite base and paw feet, 72cm high x 108cm wide x 122cm deep £300 ‑ 400 1707

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1708 A large pair of Chinese carved gilt wood swans, each carved in the round with heads raised, 54cm wide. (2) £150 ‑ 250 www.roseberys.co.uk


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1709 A walnut partners desk, early 20th century, with a gilt tooled green leather inset top, with herringbone banding overall, above six frieze drawers and eight further drawers, raised on turned legs and scrolled carved feet, united by a x‑frame stretcher, 77cm high x 183cm wide x 105cm deep. With an ivorine label to the underside of the top, personal property of Sir Edward Stracey February 1911. Gill & Reigate Ltd. This almost certainly pertains to the 7th Baronet Sir Edward Paulet Stracey b.1871 ‑ d.1949 £1000 ‑ 1500

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1710 A Japanese bronze figural table lamp, standing full length in flowing robes, upon stepped wooden base, total 67cm high £400 ‑ 600 1711 A pair of modern upholstered “Austen” wing back armchairs by Andrew Martin, with shallow angular wings and a loose cushion, raised on ebonised square tapering legs. (2) £600 ‑ 800 1712 A bronze model of a fish, 20th century, modelled leaping out of the water, 21cm wide £100 ‑ 200

1713 A pair of Victorian carved oak open armchairs, with lion acanthus and scrolled carved crest rail, above barley twist supports, the arms terminating in stylised carved canine heads, raised on a barley twist legs and conforming stretchers. (2) £500 ‑ 700 1714 A bronze plaque of Christ, Man of Sorrows, indistinctly signed, 41 x 37cm £100 ‑ 200

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1715 A Victorian flame mahogany long case clock, with a swan neck arch pediment flanked by turned finials, above an arched and enamel painted twelve inch dial with Roman numerals and two subsidiary dials, inscribed Hudson Otley with an eight day rack striking escapement, with spiral turned columns flanking the glazed hood, above a shaped trunk door flanked by spiral turned columns, raised on bracket feet, including a pendulum, two weights and a key, 243cm high £600 ‑ 1200 1716 A Victorian bamboo screen, the two leaves applied with Japanese prints, 137 x 72cm £300 ‑ 500 1717 A French oak dining suite, comprising an extending dining table, with two additional leaves, the oval top with brass edge moulding, above a panelled frieze, raised on fluted tapering legs, 78cm high x 290cm wide x 140cm deep, together with a conforming sideboard with four frieze drawers and four cupboards, raised on fluted feet, together with set of twelve matched mahogany dining chairs with caned seats. (14) £2000 ‑ 3000

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1718 A Swiss marquetry inlaid music box by Nicole Frères of Genève,19th century, the hinged cover inlaid with central cartouche of woven design enclosed by scrolling foliage, having internal clear cover and side door opening to reveal wind hole, the mechanism stamped ‘Nicole Frères a Genève’ and numbered ‘37350’, 13cm high x 51cm wide x 17cm deep. (with key) £400 ‑ 600 1719 A carved oak wainscot armchair, 17th century, with stylised lion and scroll carved crest, above s‑scrolled spandrels, the foliate and a rosette centred within an arch carved back, with incised decoration to the arms, with baluster turned supports, raised on turned legs terminating in block feet, united by later spiral iron stretchers £1500 ‑ 2000

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1719 1720 A large pair of gilt metal ewer table lamps, overall decorated with figural scenes amongst scrolling foliage, raised on marble plinths, 78cm high. (2) £200 ‑ 300

1721 An oak bowfront display cabinet, early 20th century, with a bead and foliate carved frieze, above a glazed door enclosing three glass shelves, flanked by engaged fluted column, raised on cabochon and foliate carved cabriole legs terminating with claw and ball feet, stamped to the reverse 542, 180cm high x 134cm wide x 45cm deep £400 ‑ 600

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1722 Two Victorian plated brass and ostrich egg squirrels, each squirrel modelled with glass eyes, holding agate acorns, the plating rubbed 23.5cm high £300 ‑ 500 1723 A George IV mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, with a yew wood crossbanded top, above two short over three long graduated drawers, raised on bracket feet, 113cm high x 100cm wide x 50cm deep £300 ‑ 400

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1724 An Italian pietra dura panel of a couple in a kitchen, 20th century, the panel depicting an man and his wife doing bookwork in a farm kitchen, the table loaded with vegetables, a chicken walking at their feet 27.5 x 20.8cm in a gilt wood frame £600 ‑ 800

1725 A George III mahogany chest of drawers, with four graduated drawers, with gilt metal swan neck handles, raised on bracket feet, 90cm high x 91cm wide x 46cm deep £300 ‑ 500 1726 A French gilt metal reliquary case, late 19th century, modelled as a Gothic building, with rounded arches, glazed to most apertures, on a white marble base, 27.5cm wide £100 ‑ 150

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1729 1727 A George III style mahogany demi lune side cabinet, the cross banded and strung top, above a single frieze drawer and a panel veneered cupboard, flanked by two conforming cupboards, raised on square tapering legs, terminating with spade feet, 92cm high x 107cm wide x 44cm deep £250 ‑ 350 1728 A French gilt metal mounted Sevres style comport, 19th century, pierced circular band, foliate handles, central blue ground ceramic panel, decorated with flowers and foliage, acanthus leaf stem, shaped square base, 16.5cm high. £300 ‑ 500 I M P E R F E C T I O N S N OT S TAT E D

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1730 1729 A set of six Regency mahogany dining chairs, with panel moulded crest rail, above reeded supports, united by pierced and stiff leaf carved horizontal splats, raised on turned tapering legs. (6) £500 ‑ 800 1730 A bronze and marble table lamp, the domed top leading to ovoid body decorated with bronze band with garlands and masks, hoof supports, shaped marble plinth, 50cm high £200 ‑ 300

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1731 A mahogany breakfast table, first half 19th century, the circular top with a bead and real moulded edge, raised on scrolled supports and reeded out‑swept legs, 71cm high x 131cm dia £600 ‑ 800

1733 A William IV mahogany breakfast table, the circular top raised on a lappet and egg and dart carved stem, above a tripartite base with scrolled feet and castors, 72cm high x 130cm dia £400 ‑ 600

1732 A Narwhal tusk walking stick, late 18th/early 19th century, the wrythen stick showing signs of red lacquer, terminating in a metal ferule, 89cm long £500 ‑ 800

1734 A diorama modelled as a butcher’s shop, late 19th century, the scene depicting a butcher and his boy, surrounded by joints of meat, the wooden base retaining signs of paint, 72cm wide £2000 ‑ 3000

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1735 A William and Mary style gilt wood stool, raised on turned tapering supports, with moulded and scrolled feet united by x‑frame stretchers, centred by turned finials, 40cm high x 127cm wide x 52cm deep £400 ‑ 600 1736 A Victorian style brass double bed, by And So To Bed Co., surmounted with brass ball finials, with floral ceramic style mounts, raised on castors, 204cm high x 170cm wide £200 ‑ 300

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1737 An Arts and Craft limed oak wardrobe, retailed by Liberty, the moulded cornice above panelled doors, with a conforming cupboard base, raised on a plinth base, 220cm high x 142cm wide x 55cm deep Stamped to reverse of the top and base L.C.C. SEPTEMBER FARMER 1938, with purchase receipt from Liberty, London £800 ‑ 1200

1738 Calmet, Antoine Augustin. An historical, critical, geographical, chronological, and etymological Dictionary of the Holy Bible, translated by Samuel D’Oyly and John Colson. London, 1732. 3 vols hard back. Titles printed in red and black, engraved plates. (3) £250 ‑ 500

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1739 A joined oak coffer, mid 18th century, with a triple panelled front, raised on stile supports, 77cm high x 131cm wide x 51cm deep £200 ‑ 300 1740 A French enamelled and gilt metal casket, of shaped rectangular form, the top glass panel held with stepped beaded lid, the sides with floral enamelled panels, raised on shaped bun feet, 26cm wide £800 ‑ 1200 1741 A Victorian burr walnut games/work table, the hinged swivel top opening to reveal an inlaid games board, above a fitted frieze drawer and upholstered work bag, raised on pierced end supports and scrolled feet, 76cm high x 55cm wide x 40cm deep £400 ‑ 600

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1742 A steel fire basket, 20th century, foliate decorated back, C scroll legs, 63cm high £400 ‑ 600 1743 A Dutch oak and parquetry cabinet on stand, 18th century and later, the top with a central medallion and borders,inlaid with ebony, mahogany and satinwood, above three drawers with conforming parquetry, above a shaped apron, raised on a later stand with cabriole legs, 102cm high x 82cm wide x 47cm deep £200 ‑ 400 1744 A steel fire basket, 20th century, foliate decorated back, C scroll legs, 63cm high £400 ‑ 600

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1745 A George III style mahogany waste‑paper basket, in the Chippendale manner, of octagonal form with Gothic style open fret work side, raised on bracket feet, 42cm high x 35cm wide x 35cm deep. Purchased at Christie’s Godmersham Park 6th‑9th June 1983, lot 116 £400 ‑ 600 I M P E R F E C T I O N S N OT S TAT E D

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1746 An Angelus globe 8 day desk clock, retailed by Asprey, 20th century, the globe mounted on a gilt metal stand with scrolling feet, the watch with arabic numeral chapter ring and gilt hands, marked Asprey, together with dials for a hygrometer, barometer and thermometer, with a green carrying case, 18.5cm high £300 ‑ 500

1747 A yew, elm and ash Windsor armchair, 18th century, with a shaped crest rail and spindle turned splats, above a saddle moulded seat, raised on cabriole legs terminating with pad feet £400 ‑ 600

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1749 1748 A Victorian skeleton timepiece, with a silvered petal form chapter ring, with Roman numerals, the brass movement of single fusee type, with a foliate bob pendulum, enclosed in a glass dome with a rosewood base, on bun feet, 35.5cm high £180 ‑ 250 1749 A Victorian rosewood salon suite, comprising a double spoonback sofa with button upholstery, the back centred by a pierced c‑scroll frame, raised on floral carved cabriole legs and castors, together with a conforming armchair and a matched Victorian rosewood nursing chair. (3) £1000 ‑ 1500

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1750 A large black and rouge slate Alhambra three piece clock garniture, 19th century, the clock of architectural form having domed galleried surmount, the dial with Arabic numerals and central overlaid copper and brass design set 8‑Day movement striking gong, over continuous carved design, the centre flanked by Corninthian columns over a stepped rectangular base of alternating black and rouge marble slabs, the whole flanked by two twin handled vases of similar style decoration, the clock 54.5cm high. (3) £600 ‑ 1000 www.roseberys.co.uk


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1753 1751 A rosewood desk, mid 20th century, with two slides and an arrangement of eight drawers, with two drawers flanked by cupboard to the reverse, raised on square legs, 74cm high x 167cm wide x 85cm deep £400 ‑ 600 1752 A French gilt bronze and Sevres style porcelain mounted mantel clock, 19th century, the clock case mounted with a woman holding a mirror, on a beaded barrel, flanked by beaded foliate moulded frames containing porcelain vignettes of cherubs, on a shaped classical base, resting on square feet, the enamelled dial with a Roman numeral chapter ring, and gilt metal hands, with glass dome and base, includes pendulum and key £300 ‑ 500

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1755 1753 A late George III mahogany d‑end dining table, the top with a reeded edge, above a strung and panelled frieze, raised on strung square tapering legs headed with satinwood inlay, terminating with spade feet, 76cm high x 226cm wide x 130cm deep £500 ‑ 700 1754 A French gilt bronze mantel clock by Pasques, Bordeaux, late 19th century, the case modelled with a fisher boy holding a net, seated on a naturalistic base, above decorative strap work moulding, on scolling feet, the white enamel dial with Roman numeral chapter ring and pierced black hands, signed Pasques Bordeaux, the movement with count wheel striking and a pendulum, 36.5cm high £150 ‑ 250 1755 A mahogany and upholstered triple fold screen, early 20th century, with lattice astragal glazed top, above upholstered panels, each fold 178cm high x 46cm wide £250 ‑ 350

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1756 A French gilt bronze clock garniture, by Chaude, 19th century, the clock with urn finial, the case applied with foliate and strapwork moulding, with a central female mask, flanked by scrolling feet joined to a shaped plateau, resting on toupie feet, the white enamel dial with Arabic and Roman numeral chapter ring, signed Chaude Horloger de S.M. L’Empereur Palais Royale 35, the twin barrel movement signed Chaude, with pendulum and winding key, together with two three light candelabra, 41cm high, one candelabra (a/f). (3) £300 ‑ 500 1757 A mahogany dining table, 19th century and later, the top with a reeded edge, raised on a turned and reeded stem and reeded outswept legs, caps and castors, 73cm high x 209cm wide x 130cm deep £600 ‑ 800

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1758 A gilt brass carriage clock, late 19th/early 20th century, central enamelled dial with Roman Numerals, all within an engraved gilt mask of flowers and foliage, the overall decorated floral case with relief cast figural columns, double barrel movement striking on a gong, 20cm high £700 ‑ 1000 1759 A large Victorian mahogany extending dining table, with four additional leaves, the moulded top raised on turned and octagonal baluster legs, 71cm high x 327cm wide x 143cm deep £800 ‑ 1200 1760 A French red boulle mantel clock, late 19th century, with premier and contra‑partie decoration in brass and tortoiseshell, glazed aperture, sun burst pendulum, with a drum movement stamped ‘A&N Paris’, 34cm high. £500 ‑ 800

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1761 A gilt composite and simulated malachite mirror, 19th century possibly Swedish, with a laurel wreath and ribbon crest, above an arched plate flanked by Ionic capital and bell flower, bead and simulated malachite borders, 114cm high x 57cm wide £150 ‑ 250

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1762 A Belgian slate mantel clock, late 19th century, the case with triangular pediment and bronze mounts, the dial signed D.Todd,Paris, 37 x 36cm £80 ‑ 120 1763 A birch and ebonised mirror, in the Biedermeier style, late 19th century, the ebonised corners with applied gilt metal rosette, 78cm high x 64cm wide. With paper label to the reverse FRANZ HANFSTAENGL, Fine Art Publisher, 16 PALL MALL, EAST LONDON £150 ‑ 250 1764 A gilt brass repeating carriage clock, 19th century, the enamelled dial with Roman Numerals, bevelled five glass case, repeater button, overall stepped case, twin barrel movement striking on a gong, 19cm high £300 ‑ 500

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1765 A George II and later carved giltwood mirror, with broken scroll arched pediment, with a scrolled and gadroon carved cartouche, above a acanthus carved cushion moulded frieze, above a shaped plate, flanked by folded drapery and scallop carved frame, 120cm high x 65cm wide £1000 ‑ 1500 1766 A French rose marble clock garniture, late 19th century, the clock with urn surmount over a gilt dial inscribed Mainfroy, Versailles, 48cm high, and a pair of five light candelabra, 45cm high £300 ‑ 400 1767 An early Victorian mahogany whatnot, with four tiers surmounted by turned finials, above turned supports and single drawer, raised on castors, 130cm high x 60cm wide x 38cm deep £300 ‑ 400

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1768 1768 A French ormolu and Sevres style porcelain mantel clock, 19th century, the painted ceramic dial with Roman Numerals, enclosed within foliate cast case, acorn surmounted columns enclosing central figural panel, overall surmounted with urn finial, movement striking on a bell, 34cm high (pendulum and key). £600 ‑ 800

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1769 1769 A mahogany longcase clock, late 18th century, surmounted with brass finials, above fluted engaged columns, flanking a brass twelve inch dial, inscribed James Warren Canterbury, including a seconds subsidiary dial and date aperture, with an eight day rack striking anchor escapement movement, raised on a stepped plinth base, including a pendulum, two brass weights and key, 223cm high £500 ‑ 700

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1770 A marble mantel clock, with a bronze lion surmount over four columns enclosing a four glass case with gilt dial and mercury compensated pendulum £800 ‑ 1200 1771 A William IV rosewood enclosed side cabinet, in the manner of Gillow, the rectangular top above a panel and bead moulded frieze, with brass grill and pleated silk inset cupboard, flanked by four columns, raised on carved stylised ionic and lion paw feet, 93cm high x 131cm wide x 48cm deep £600 ‑ 800 1772 A Continental marquetry portico clock, with barley twist columns and circular enamel dial within gilt frame and with gridiron pendulum, on plinth base, 52cm £150 ‑ 250 1773 A fruitwood and pokerwork coffer, 18th century, the rectangular hinged top opening to reveal a till, with stylised dragons within an arcaded decoration, 48cm high x 114cm wide x 49cm deep £300 ‑ 400 1774 A French brass mantel clock, late 19th century, the openwork case applied with satyr mask side handles, the dial with enamel numeral cartouches, the eight day movement with bell strike, 38.5cm high £300 ‑ 500 1775 A Victorian and later satinbirch commode, in the form of a chest of drawers, the hinged top opening to reveal a lidded chamber pot, raised on bun feet with recessed castors, 67cm high x 66cm wide x 56cm deep £300 ‑ 400 1770

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1775

1776 1776 A Charles X ormolu and bronze clock garniture ink stand, 19th century, the clock mounted with seated figure in long drapery, enamelled dial with Roman Numerals, the case opens to reveal three ink wells, the stepped case with central foliate garland panel, raised on foliate bracket feet, the clock with flanking winged figure candlesticks, 35cm high. (3) £1000 ‑ 1500

1777 A Victorian rosewood and marquetry davenport, with a fitted stationary superstructure, above a hinged fall, with four drawers and four opposing dummy drawers, flanking a central marquetry panel, raised on turned feet, 97cm high x 56cm wide x 56cm deep £200 ‑ 300

1777

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1779

1780

1778 A Continental brass and painted mantel clock, 19th century, mounted in brass and pierced brass with an armorial cresting, the front painted with a scene of a shepherd boy and his girl, with a silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals, on bun feet, the later movement with pendulum and count wheel striking, 33.5cm high £500 ‑ 800 1779 A George III oak chest on chest, the moulded cornice above a chequered strung frieze, with engaged columns flanking two short over six long drawers, raised on bracket feet, 201cm high x 113cm wide x 55cm deep £400 ‑ 600 1780 A Dutch oak ‘Staartklok’ with arched hood enclosing the painted dial. the 30 hour rack striking movement in brass open pillar frame, with shaped oak back panel, 128cm high £600 ‑ 1000

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1781 A black lacqured étagère attributed to Djo‑Bourgeois, first half 20th century, the glazed top, above two central apertures, flanked by four tiers, 82cm high x 111cm wide x 45cm deep £1000 ‑ 1500

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1784

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1782 A Continental 30 hour wall clock in ebonised case with a circular enamel dial flanked by square porcelain pilasters, 38 x 22cm £300 ‑ 500 1783 A burr and figured walnut serpentine partners desk, early 20th century, with a gilt tooled inset leather top, above six frieze drawers and three pedestal drawers and cupboard both sides, raised on ogee bracket feet, 81cm high x 167cm wide x 105cm deep £600 ‑ 800 1784 A large Continental gilt metal mantel clock, late 19th century, the circular dial enclosed within foliate motif, surmounted by seated putti, raised on garden scene with child and doves on a wall, raised on ebonised stand, 76cm high £400 ‑ 600 1785 A Victorian mahogany wardrobe, the moulded cornice above arch panelled doors, enclosing a hanging space, with two short and two long drawers, raised on turned feet, 212cm high x 97cm wide x 57cm deep £200 ‑ 300

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1786 After Sir William Hamo Thornycroft (1850‑1925), bronze, “A Warrior carrying a Wounded youth from the field of battle 1878”, standing full length on shaped rectangular plinth, inscribed “EXECUTED IN BRONZE BY J. A. HATFIELD. FOR THE ART‑UNION OF LONDON.1878. FROM THE ORIGINAL BY HAMO. THORNYCROFT”, 70cm high £5000 ‑ 8000 1787 A Victorian burr walnut breakfast table, the oval quarter veneered top centred by an oval amboyna medallion, raised on a turned stem and cabriole legs, 72cm high x 149cm wide x 108cm deep £400 ‑ 600 1788 A Pacific Islands Bovai, (club), Fiji or Tonga, possibly 19th century, the tapering staff with carved zig zag designs and overlapping decoration and with a pierced hole 13cm from the top. Made from ‘Toa’ or Ironwood ‘casuarina equisetefolia’, 115cm long cf Steven Phelps, Art and Artefacts of the Pacific, Africa and the Americas. The James Hooper Collection, 1976, pl 170, plate 92, figs 707‑715 £800 ‑ 1200 1789 A mahogany and ebony tambour desk, late 19th century, with domed cartonnier top with cupboards and tambour revealing pigeon holes, above a tambour fall revealing a fitted interior and retractable writing surface, above two frieze drawer, raised on square tapering legs, 154cm high x 109cm wide x 56cm deep £250 ‑ 350 1790 A Dyak tapering ironwood blowpipe with steel spearhead, 200cm long: together with a bamboo dart quiver, the handle carved with a dragon head design and containing 9 darts, 33cm long £200 ‑ 300 1791 A Victorian gilt overmantel mirror, the moulded arched frame, with c‑scrolled acanthus spandrels, 133cm high x 129cm wide £150 ‑ 250 1792 A Batak wand, ‘Tunggal Panaluan’, possibly 19th century, with horse hair top above a tapering sectional column carved with figures and reptiles,Sumatra, 176cm long £400 ‑ 600

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1796

1795 1793 A Napoleon III ebonised, boulle work, tortoiseshell and gilt metal mounted breakfront credenza, with egg and bead gilt metal mounts above a boulle work frieze, above a glazed door enclosing a single felt lined shelf, raised on a shaped plinth base, 109cm high x 104cm wide x 38cm deep £600 ‑ 1000 1794 A George VI 1897 pattern officers sword with fishskin grip, pierced engraved guard, leather toggle and leather covered scabbard, blade engraved Royal Engineers £200 ‑ 300 1795 A pair of Napoleon III ebony, boulle work, tortoiseshell and gilt metal mounted pier cabinets, with an eared white variegated marble top and boulle work frieze, above an oval boulle work panelled door, flanked by gilt metal mounts, raised on shaped plinth bases, 111cm high x 84cm wide x 39cm deep. (2) £800 ‑ 1200

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1794 1796 A late Victorian oak tantalus with cut brass mounts, three cut glass decanters and lidded cigar box, shallow drawer in the base for cards and fitted with cribbage boards, 34 x 37cm £200 ‑ 300 1797 A pair of Victorian ebony, boulle work, tortoiseshell and gilt metal mounted pier cabinets by Wilkinson & Son, with protruding square cornered top and boulle work frieze, above a boulle work and glazed door enclosing a single shelf, flanked by gilt metal mounts, raised on shaped plinth bases, both cabinets stamped to the top rail of the door Wilkinson & Son 9 Old Bond Street 10407, 118cm high x 88cm wide x 41cm deep. (2) Wilkinson & Son was established in 1778 by Joshua and Joseph Wilkinson. In 1871 Wilkinson & Sons moved their workshop to 8 Old Bond Street under the leadership of Frederick Wilkinson, after the death of his father Charles Wilkinson. Frederick Wilkinson born 20th October 1828 ‑ died 26th March 1877. Consequently the present lot date of manufacture can be assigned to within this date range £800 ‑ 1200 www.roseberys.co.uk


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1798 1798 An African elephant skull, 71 x 67cm with a pair of carved wooden tusks, 87cm long £400 ‑ 600 1799 A Regency mahogany work table, the rounded rectangular top with rosewood crossbanding, above a single frieze drawer and a sliding work bag, raised turned simulated bamboo out‑swept legs, 70cm high x 53cm wide x 40cm deep £200 ‑ 300

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1800 1800 A Hippopotamus skull, approximately 45 x 63cm £250 ‑ 400 1801 A pair of wrought iron and lead lantern top gate finials, early 20th century, with pierced and domed tops, raised on a spiral twisted, scrolled and foliate moulded wrought iron bases, 165cm high x 62cm wide x 62cm deep. (2) £400 ‑ 600

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1805

1803

1802 A late Victorian small Wellington chest fitted with five drawers and upon plinth base, 48 x 35cm £200 ‑ 300 1803 A Victorian and later carved giltwood mirror, with foliate, floral and scrolled pierced boarders, carved in high relief, enclosing a rectangular bevelled plate, 175cm high x 155cm wide £400 ‑ 600 1804 A Roman style marble head of a boy, carved with flowing hair and stylised curls, the eyes and nose damaged, mounted on a metal base, 18cm high £150 ‑ 200

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1805 A George II style mahogany serpentine console table, in the Chippendale manner, the serpentine top with a carved stiff leaf edge, above a c‑scrolled and rocaille carving to the frieze, centred by a scallop shell, raised on c‑scrolled and rocaille carved cabriole legs terminating with curled toes, 86cm high x 152cm wide x 37cm deep £400 ‑ 600 1806 An early Victorian giltwood overmantel mirror, with an acanthus and scroll carved frame surmounted with a stylised floral shell crest, 145cm high x 129cm wide £400 ‑ 600

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1807 1807 A Victorian oak breakfront library bookcase, the moulded cornice, with scrolled and acanthus carved corbels, above shaped a glazed doors, raised on a base with geometric moulded cupboard doors and a plinth base, 287cm high x 252cm wide x 57cm deep £2000 ‑ 3000 1808 A Russian brass and enamel travelling icon, late 19th/early 20th century, moulded with St. George and the Dragon, 14.3 x 10.4cm £150 ‑ 200 1809 An early Victorian mahogany tea table, the canted cornered reeded edge top, above a ring turned and acanthus clasped stem with a lobed collar, raised on a bead moulded quadripartite base with reeded out‑swept legs, 73cm high x 91cm wide x 45cm deep £350 ‑ 450 1809 I M P E R F E C T I O N S N OT S TAT E D

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1810

1813 1810 A Victorian rosewood sarcophagus tea caddy, c.1850, inlaid with mother of pearl, the interior with a mixing jar and two lidded tea boxes, 20 x 33cm £200 ‑ 300 1811 A Regency mahogany card table, the canted cornered top with an Greek key inlaid banding, the swivel top opening to reveal a gilt tooled leather surface, above a panel strung frieze, raised on square tapering in‑swept legs terminating with spade feet, with a brass label to the underside J.W.T 1125, 74cm high x 97cm wide x 47cm deep £400 ‑ 600 1812 A Victorian mahogany three division cutlery box, 12 x 38cm together with a Victorian rosewood inkstand box, 14 x 23cm and a 19th century mahogany box with shallow base drawer, 11 x 25cm. (3) £150 ‑ 250

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1815 1813 A late Victorian burr and figured walnut and marquetry serpentine bonheur‑de‑jour, with a pierced gilt metal gallery with a superstructure centred by a swinging dressing mirror flanked by six marquetry small drawers, above an inset oval leather writing surface and a frieze drawer and applied scrolled and foliate gilt metal mounts, raised on cabriole legs, 120cm high x 118cm wide x 64cm deep £600 ‑ 800 1814 An early 19th century mahogany writing box with shallow base drawer and sloping interior, 16 x 41cm £150 ‑ 200 1815 Four staddle stones, the shaped top raised on tapering pedestals, 67cm high x 63cm dia. (4) £500 ‑ 800

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1816 A decorative cast iron cannon in the style of an English Civil War artillery piece, the barrel cast with an armorial, 140cm long £700 ‑ 1000

1816 1817 A George IV mahogany bowfront chests of drawers, the strung and banded frieze, with two short over three long drawers, above a shaped apron and outswept feet, 99cm high x 99cm wide x 54cm deep £200 ‑ 300

1817 1818 A decorative cast iron cannon with ringed barrel and openwork carriage, 153cm long overall £700 ‑ 1000

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1821 1819 A mahogany, kingwood, marquetry and gilt metal mounted side cabinet, first half 20th century, with moulded inset marble top, possibly Basque Jaspe marble, with scrolling acanthus and bell flower mounts, with inlaid canted corners, the radial veneered and marquetry central cupboard, enclosing two shelves, flanked by glazed cupboard, each enclosing two glass shelves, raised on mounted square tapering legs, 122cm high x 137cm wide x 49cm deep £800 ‑ 1200 1820 An stained and carved wooden figure of an Indian man, late 19th/ early 20th century, carved wearing a head dress, his body hung with jewellery, wearing a dhoti and curling slippers, standing on a rectangular base with square feet £200 ‑ 300

1820

1823

1821 A joined oak press, 18th century and later, the cleated top above two panelled cupboards enclosing a single shelf, divided by a moulded muttin rail, with large central cupboard, raised on stile supports, 152cm high x 136cm wide x 43cm deep £600 ‑ 800 1822 A group of Austrian or German carved wood polychromed dwarf musicians, late 19th/early 20th century, together with another similar figure of a lady knitting. (9) £250 ‑ 350

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1823 A gilt brass and oak open bookcase, first half 20th century, with stylised urn finials, with scrolling wire work side supporting four shaped tiers, raised on shaped feet, 95cm high x 39cm wide x 28cm deep £200 ‑ 300 1824 A Regency tea caddy, 19th century, of stepped rectangular form, lion mask handles, fitted interior, raised on paw feet, 22cm wide £120 ‑ 180

1825

1825 A Tabriz rug with ovoid floral medallion in a red field, 218 x 140cm a Tabriz rug with star shaped pole medallion in a red field, 224 x 137cm an Ispahan rug with birds amongst foliage in a blue field, 209 x 143cm. (3) £200 ‑ 400 1826 An Edwardian fiddle back mahogany jewellery casket, decorated with floral and urn veneer patera, with a lifting lid to secure six swivelling trays, concealing a storage container below, 35cm wide £200 ‑ 300 1827 An Agra design carpet with all over pattern in a deep red field, the camel coloured border decorated with trees and flowers, 416 x 303cm £300 ‑ 500

1826

1828 A George III mahogany tea caddy, late 18th/early 19th century, of rectangular form with conforming loop handle, opens to reveal fitted interior, two canisters and mixing bowl, 30cm wide £120 ‑ 180

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1829

1832

1829 A silk rug, the ivory field portraying a scene of horsemen hunting deer, the border with birds and animals and with signed panels in the guard stripes, 200 x 136cm £2500 ‑ 3500

1831 A Nain carpet with ivory medallion in a red field decorated with birds among foliate tendrils, the ivory main border enclosed by light blue guard stripes, 390 x 240cm £1500 ‑ 2000

1830 A Continental carved group of the Virgin and Child, modelled in the round, dressed in flowing robes, standing on a later wooden felt base £200 ‑ 300

1832 A group of umbrellas and walking canes, late 19th/ early 20th century, mounted with various handles, comprising a Japanese ivory ball shaped finial carved with faces, a hardstone spherical finial and a silver cockle shell finial, together with a hardwood cane, inlaid with wire work and bone,. (4) £200 ‑ 300 1833 A Qum rug with an indigo medallion in a brick red field decorated with flowering stems and with indigo main border flanked by ivory and green guard stripes, 305 x 208cm £2500 ‑ 3500

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1831

1834 1834 After Kenneth Denton Shoesmith RI, British 1890‑1939‑ “Prince Line” (Moorish Prince), printed by Carlton Printers Ltd., London c.1920; lithograph/poster printed in colours, in a glazed oak frame, 65.2 x 77.5cm Note: The Moorish Prince was built at Short Brothers in Sunderland, entering into service in May 1914. Kenneth Shoesmith elected RI in 1925, worked as an advertising artist and executed large scale decorative works for the RMS Queen Mary £300 ‑ 400 1833

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1836

1837 1835 An Anatolian kelim with rows of hexagons in a red field enclosed by pistachio coloured border, 351 x 273cm £200 ‑ 300 1836 A modern cream upholstered sofa suite, comprising a triple sofa and two armchairs, with brown piping overall and dark brown loose cushion, raised on square feet, sofa 220cm wide. (3) £400 ‑ 600 1837 A Nain silk rug, the ivory field with birds amidst flowering stems and with terracotta main border, 117 x 80cm £250 ‑ 350 1838 A four light iron and lustre‑hung chandelier, the openwork pear shaped basket with wire form corona, hung with flat shaped lustres and a ball, 63cm high £150 ‑ 200

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1839 1839 A Nain silk rug, the ivory mihrab with birds amongst flowering and foliate stems and worked with gilt wire thread, the cerise main border with trailing flowering stems, 150 x 106cm £250 ‑ 350

1841 A bronze and marble award, modelled in the form of a hand with a dove, with a presentation plaque, 29.5cm high

1840 A Garrard & Co silver plated perpetual diary, 20th century, hung with plastic date leaves for Sunday to Saturday am/pm, on a stepped moulded wooden base, pressed marks to base Garrard & Co 112 Regents Street, 36cm wide

Provenance: The Vendor of this lot purchased this lot from an auction sale at 10 Downing street £150 ‑ 250

Provenance: The Vendor of this lot purchased this lot from an auction sale at 10 Downing street £150 ‑ 250

Presented by: Javier Perez De Cuellar, Secretary General United Nations

1842 A Continental plush teddy bear, early 20th century, 60cm high £150 ‑ 250 1843 A Turkoman flatweave carpet with repeat lozenge design in a claret coloured field all enclosed by a lozenge pattern border, 377 x 244cm £200 ‑ 400

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1845

1846

1849 1844 A Victorian walnut miniature chiffonier, the superstructure with leaf and scrolling top, above two shelves, the rectangular base with moulded edge above two short drawers and cupboard drawers, on bracket feet, 42cm wide £150 ‑ 250 1845 A Mahal carpet, with five flowerhead medallions in a deep red field decorated with flowering stems and with charcoal ground main border, 550 x 340cm £400 ‑ 600 1846 A cloth and leather bound photograph album, 19th century, containing photographs of India including buildings and palaces £200 ‑ 300

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1847 1847 A Heriz carpet with pole medallion in a brick red field, the charcoal main border with stylised vine, 395 x 283cm £300 ‑ 400 1848 An Italian grey and white alabaster campana urn, 19th century, the concave turned body carved with a female mask, above a lobed base, on a spreading foot, resting on a cylindrical column, 64.5cm (a/f) £150 ‑ 200 1849 An Aubusson rug, in four sections, decorated with roses and scrollwork, 157 x 128cm £200 ‑ 300

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1853

1850 A William IV thuya wood writing box, early 19th century, of rectangular form with gilt metal handles, lid opens to reveal fitted interior, 38cm wide. (key) £200 ‑ 300 1851 A Bentley Radiator decanter manufactured by Classic Stable Ltd., edition no. BGG 2901, 21cm high £150 ‑ 200 1852 A Georgian mahogany and nailed studded snuff shoe, with a later lid, together with a circular wooden box,late 19th century, a navette shaped ivory box, with mother of pearl inlaid decoration to the lid, 18th century, and a collection of various different boxes in ivory, enamel and papier mache (a lot) £500 ‑ 800 1853 A 17th century style composite mirror, with floral, foliate and strap work decoration, enclosing a rectangular plate, 133cm high x 110cm wide £250 ‑ 350

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1854

1855

1854 A 19th century carved oak secretaire à abattant, carved in high relief with fruiting stiles and a trophy carved fall, enclosing a fitting bird’s eye maple interior, above a cupboard base, raised on a plinth base, 141cm high x 133cm wide x 53cm deep £400 ‑ 600 1855 An Empire style gilt metal and lustre hung chandelier, 20th century, the corona applied with leaf and mask mouldings above strands of lustres leading to a ring moulded with rows of entwined stiff leaf motifs, sconces emitting from the ring (a/f) 98cm high £300 ‑ 500 1856 A late Victorian walnut letter filing cabinet by Amberg, the moulded top, above panelled double hinged doors enclosing thirty six separate letter trays, labelled to the interior of trays, raised on a plinth base, 136cm high x 111cm wide x 36cm deep £500 ‑ 700 1857 A Globe Wernicke mahogany sectional bookcase, the moulded top above seven graduated glazed sections, raised on plinth base, labelled Globe Wernicke London, 213cm high x 86cm wide x 36cm deep £600 ‑ 1000

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1858 A George III and later mahogany serpentine sideboard, the strung and crossbanded top above five drawers, raised on square tapering legs, terminating with spade feet, 92cm high x 168cm wide x 75cm deep £400 ‑ 600 1859 A late George III mahogany linen press, the moulded cornice, above oval panelled doors enclosing four trays, above two short over two long drawers, with a shaped apron and out‑swept feet, 206cm high x 124cm wide x 62cm deep £500 ‑ 700

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1860 A late 20th century Georgian style painted dolls house by Honeychurch, designed and constructed by Robin Brookes of Honeychurch, to 1:12th scale model, with a classical facade including a pediment and portico, with three doors opening to reveal a conforming Georgian interior, above a single drawer, raised on square legs, 160cm high x 96cm wide x 69cm deep. Honeychurch are accredited with multiple awards for their dolls house, including awards from the British Toymakers Guild and at the Salon des Arts, Paris £500 ‑ 700

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1861 A large gold painted mirror, late 20th century, with a composite putti and swag moulded frieze, above a rectangular plate flanked by spiral mouldings, 141cm high x 143cm wide £300 ‑ 500 1862 A carved pine, painted and parcel gilt mirror, with a broken swan neck pediment centred by a floral basket and putti, above an acanthus, c ‑scrolled shaped fame, 174cm high x 95cm wide £300 ‑ 500

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1862

1863 Hans Bieder & Jean Bieder, Swiss, mid 20th century, A collection of original designs for François Linke Style furniture, room settings and details, produced in the late 1940s & 1950s, the majority by Hans Bieder, some by Jean Bieder, some signed, many stamped and inscribed, the majority in watercolour, some in pencil and pen and black ink, various sizes, max 40 x 63cm. (approx 130) (unframed) (may be subject to Droit de Suite) Note: Hans Bieder was the foreman or contremaitre of François Linke (1855‑1946), the Parisian cabinet maker, during the 1920s. Hans Bieder bought the ‘fonds de commerce’ before Linke died in 1946 and these were removed to Bieder’s home in Switzerland for the duration of the war. Thereafter, Hans and his son Jean Bieder began producing Linke style furniture from the late 40s through into the 1950s. £300 ‑ 500

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1864 A pair of Spanish inlaid X‑frame folding armchairs, 19th century, with parquetry inlaid overall with bone, walnut and stained wood, with leather back rest and seat. (2) £1200 ‑ 1800 1865 A 19th century hardwood, bone and ebony inlaid dressing chest, possibly Vizagapatam, profusely inlaid with foliate and floral motifs overall, with a broken arched dressing mirror supported on superstructures with hinged flaps, above two short over two long drawers (a/f), 174cm high x 122cm wide x 60cm deep £700 ‑ 1000 1866 An ebonised and mother of pearl inlaid sideboard, possibly Indian, with floral and geometric inlaid mother of pearl decoration, with two frieze drawers and two cupboards, 89cm high x 206cm wide x 59cm deep £600 ‑ 800

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1867 1867 A Chinese black lacquer and inlaid six fold screen, with stone inlay and a geometric decorated border, enclosing multiple Chinese figural scenes of feudal Warriors, raised on shaped feet, each fold 188cm high x 39cm wide £2000 ‑ 3000

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1868 A Chinese hard wood lantern, made in four sections of rectangular form, having glass within frame and shaped feet, 40cm wide £200 ‑ 300 1869 A hardwood four fold screen, possibly Indian, the shaped top, with geometric and foliate carved overall, with turned and mother of pearl inlaid decoration, each fold 189cm high x 92cm wide £100 ‑ 200 1870 Two hardwood and mother of pearl inlaid occasional tables, of hexagonal form, with geometric inlaid overall, largest 51cm high x 45cm wide x 45cm deep. (2) £120 ‑ 180

1868

1871 A large chrome plated propeller, 20th century £300 ‑ 500 1872 A Charles X style ormolu ceiling light, 19th century, of circular form with raised leaf decoration, glass drops, 65cm wide £1000 ‑ 1500 1873 Henry Cahieux, A pair of French bronze urns in the Japanese taste, cast by F Barbedienne, 19th century, with swallows and foliage, upon rouge griotte bases, fitted as lamps, 27cm high, excluding lamp fittings (It is the buyer’s responsibility to ensure that these items are re‑wired by a qualified electrician) £250 ‑ 350 1874 A large gold painted pier mirror, the moulded cornice with applied ball frieze, above scrolling acanthus spandrels, enclosing a rectangular plate, 278cm high x 184cm wide (see illustration on page 208) £600 ‑ 800 1875 A 19th century mahogany partners desk, with gilt tooled inset brown leather top, above six frieze drawers and twelve pedestal drawers, raised on plinth base, 75cm high x 167cm wide x 130cm deep £700 ‑ 1000

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1876 A pair of hardwood and inlaid Cairo tables, of octagonal form and profusely carved overall, raised pierced and shaped supports, 48cm high x 33cm wide x 32cm deep. (2) £300 ‑ 500

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1877

1879

1877 An ebonised screen with an inset Chinese silk panel, early 20th century, surmounted with turned finials, above a fret carved geometric frieze, with an embroidery silk panel decorated with Chinese scenes, raised on pierced supports, 139cm high x 87cm wide £300 ‑ 500

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1878

1878 An early 19th century mahogany longcase clock c.1820, the arched hood with rope twist column, the enamel dial with 8 day movement, the trunk with chequer inlay and quarter rope twist column, height 217cm (2 weights, pendulum) £500‑700

1879 A George II style red japanned dining table, the rounded rectangular top with floral borders, the frieze decorated in relief with Chinese scenes, raised on scallop moulded cabriole legs terminating in claw and ball feet, 79cm high x 180cm wide x 100cm deep £300‑500

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QUARTERLY FINE ART AUCTION PART ONE Separate catalogue available

Sunday 8 December 2013 2pm

Wine & Whisky (Lots 1W-90W)

Tuesday 10 December 2013 10am 11am 12.30pm 2.15pm

Ceramics & Glass (Lots 1-81) Silver & Silver Plate (Lots 119-252) Jewellery (Lots 267-430) Frames followed by Pictures & Sculpture (Lots 431-811)

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HOW TO FIND US The Old Chocolate Factory 74/76 Knights Hill West Norwood London SE27 0JD Tel: 020 8761 2522 Fax: 020 8761 2524 Email: auctions@roseberys.co.uk Roseberys salerooms are situated in West Norwood, South London which is a mile from the centre of Dulwich Village and three miles from Clapham. Opening hours are 9.30am-5pm, Monday to Friday. By train: Trains from London Victoria and London Bridge to West Norwood Station take 20 minutes. Trains from West Croydon and Norwood Junction take 14 and 10 minutes respectively. At West Norwood leave the station by the main exit and turn left. Roseberys is 100 metres on the right. By car: Roseberys is just off the A205 South Circular. Due to building works, Roseberys car park may only be used for collections and deliveries. Visitors for views and auctions may park in the adjacent roads without charge. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

West Norwood


EXPLANATION OF PICTURE CATALOGUING TERMS Any statement as to authorship, attribution, origin, date, provenance and condition is a statement of opinion and is not to be taken as a statement or representation of fact. Roseberys reserve the right, in forming their opinion, to consult and rely upon an expert or authority considered by them to be reliable.

1.

‘Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640’ * In our opinion, a work by the artist.

2.

‘Attributed to Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640’ * In our opinion, probably a work by the artist.

3.

‘Circle of Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640’ * In our opinion, a work by an unidentified artist working in the artist’s style and during the period of the artist’s life.

4.

‘Follower of Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640’ * In our opinion, a work by an unidentified artist working in the artist’s style, contemporary or near contemporary.

5.

‘School of Peter Paul Rubens, 17th century’ * In our opinion, a work executed at that time and in the style associated with that artist.

6.

‘Flemish School, 17th century’ * In our opinion, a work executed at that time and in the style associated with that location.

7.

‘Manner of Peter Paul Rubens’ * In our opinion, a work by an unidentified artist working in the artist’s style but at a later date, although not of recent execution.

8.

‘Style of Peter Paul Rubens’ * In our opinion, a work by an unidentified artist working in the artist’s style and of recent execution.

9.

‘After Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640’ * In our opinion, a copy by an unidentified artist of a named work by the artist.

10.

A picture catalogued with accompanying dates e.g. 1577-1640 relates to the identification of the particular artist and is not proof of attribution or indicative of authenticity.

11.

The term signed and/or date and/or inscribed means that in our opinion the signature and/or date and/or inscription are of the artist.

12.

The term with signature and/or date and/ or inscription means that in out opinion that artist’s name and/or date and/or inscription have been added by another hand.

13.

All references to signature, inscriptions and dates refer to the present state of the work.

14.

Dimensions are given in centimetres, height before width, and are measured from the mount or the frame, from the front.

15.

All pictures are framed, unless otherwise stated in the catalogue.

16.

Please note, catalogue and website images may not be a true representation of an item due to printing or photographing processes.

ALL SALES ARE SUBJECT TO THE CONDITIONS PRINTED IN THIS CATALOGUE


CONDITIONS OF SALE

THE SELLER 1. In these conditions the following words shall have the following meanings:“The Auctioneer” means Rosebery Fine Art Limited. “Hammer Price” the price at which the Lot is sold to the Buyer. “Buyer” the highest bidder for any Lot acceptable to the Auctioneer. “Lot” goods delivered to the Auctioneer by the Seller for sale by auction. 2. The Auctioneer sells as agent for the Seller and as such is not responsible for any default of the Seller or Buyer. 3. All goods delivered to the Auctioneer’s premises will be deemed to be delivered for sale by auction unless otherwise stated in writing, they will be catalogued and sold at the Auctioneer’s discretion and are accepted by the Auctioneer subject to these conditions. By delivering goods to the Auctioneer for inclusion in auction the Seller acknowledges accepts and agrees to all these conditions, and grants the Auctioneer full authority to photograph and illustrate any Lot and use such photographs at any time at his discretion. 4. The Seller warrants the Auctioneer and the Buyer that he is the true owner of the Lot or is properly authorised to sell the Lot by the true owner and is able to transfer good title thereto free of any third party claims. 5. The Seller shall indemnify the Auctioneer, its servants and agents and the Buyer against all claims made or proceedings brought by persons entitled to the Lot and shall reimburse the Auctioneer on demand for all payments, cost, or expenses or any other loss or damage whatsoever made, incurred or suffered as a result of any breach by the Seller of these conditions. 6

(a) The Seller may place a reserve on any Lot by agreement in writing with the Auctioneer. The Auctioneer shall have the sole right to bid on behalf of the Seller up to the amount of the reserve. The Seller shall not bid on any Lot on which a reserve has been placed. The Auctioneer holds itself responsible only for reserves or other sale instructions received in writing from the vendor. (b) Where any Lot fails to sell the Auctioneer retains the right to re-offer the Lot at a reduced estimate and reserve (if any) and sold at the Auctioneers discretion unless written instructions are received to the contrary. (c) If the Seller does not wish to re-enter the Lot, or the Auctioneer advises the Seller that it does not wish to re-enter the Lot on their behalf, the Seller shall collect the Lot within 5 working days of the last auction, failing which they shall be responsible for storage charges at £2 per Lot per day in addition to any other charges to which they are liable. (d) If the Lot remains uncollected 2 months after the date of the sale, the Auctioneer shall have the right to sell the Lot at auction without reserve and to deduct from the “hammer price” any sum owing to the Auctioneer including expenses arising from all sales in which the Lot has been included and storage and insurance charges.

7. The Auctioneer shall remit the proceeds of the Seller 28 days after the day of the auction provided that the Auctioneer has received the total sum

due from the Buyer. The Auctioneer shall not be deemed to have received the total sum until any cheque delivered by the Buyer has been received and cleared. If the Auctioneer exercises its right to rescind the sale under clauses 9 and 18 hereof it shall not have any obligation to the Seller hereunder. 8. If the Seller withdraws instructions to the Auctioneer to sell any Lot the Auctioneer may charge the Seller such amount as the Auctioneer deems necessary to compensate the Auctioneer for all expenses incurred in respect of the Lot together with a cancellation charge which shall not be less than 15% of the Auctioneers low estimate of the auction price of the Lot withdrawn together with VAT thereon. 9. If before the net proceeds of the sale have been paid to the Seller the Auctioneer receives notice from the Buyer that in its view the Lot is a forgery (and is not as described in the catalogue) and the Auctioneer agrees with that view, the Auctioneer will rescind the sale and refund the Buyer any amount paid to the Auctioneer in respect of that Lot. 10. (a) Loss & Damage Of Goods Loss and Damage Warranty - Roseberys is not regulated by the FSA for the provision of insurance to its clients. However Roseberys for its own protection, assumes liability for property consigned to it at mid pre-sale estimate. To justify accepting liability, Roseberys makes a charge of 1.75% of the hammer price plus vat. Should an item(s) be subject to a claim following its sale by auction, the settlement figure will be the price achieved less charges and should the item be subject to a claim following an auction where it has been unsold, then the highest bid, if any, shall be the settlement figure. (b) The Auctioneer it’s servants or agents shall not be responsible for loss or damage of any kind to Lots whether caused by the negligence or otherwise unless such a Lot is covered by insurance effected by the Auctioneer in accordance with 10 (a) above. (c) Any liability of the Auctioneer its servants or agents for any claim for loss or damage whatsoever and howsoever arising in respect of the Lots whether caused by negligence or otherwise shall be limited to the amount of insurance cover affected in accordance with Clause 10(a) above. 11. Vendors Commission A commission rate of 15% is payable by the vendor on the hammer price of all lots up to £1,000 and a commission of 10% is payable thereafter. Loss & Damage Warranty The rate payable by the vendor is 1.75% of the hammer price plus VAT. Insurance cover is provided at mid auction estimate. In the event of a claim settlement will be made at this level less normal charges as if the lot had actually sold for the mid estimate price. Lottage (Saturday auctions) There will be a charge of £5 per lot that is sold. VAT Lots that are subject to VAT on the hammer price are marked in the catalogues with a (*) star. Buyers from outside the European Union must pay the vat, this will then be refunded to the buyer on provision of the necessary proof of export. VAT,

which is applied to the Buyer’s Premium and or the Vendors Commission and all other charges, cannot be refunded and must be paid in full in all circumstances. Lots which appear without the (*) symbol indicate that no VAT is payable on the hammer price. This is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme and it should be noted that the VAT included within the Premium is not recoverable as input tax. 11 a. Catalogue Illustrations A charge will be made for illustration of any lots. Illustration will be at Roseberys discretion, and is normally £10 per black and white illustration and £20 per colour illustration. Internet Images There is a high level of interest and bids generated by the internet and where relevant we endeavour to post an image of the majority of the lots in our antiques auction. The charge for posting an image on our website is £10 plus VAT and is at our discretion.

THE BUYER Buyers Premium A buyer’s premium of 20% of the hammer price is payable by the buyer, together with VAT on this premium unless specified otherwise in the auction catalogue. Droit de Suite A surcharge of 4% will be made to the hammer price for any lot subject to the recently introduced legislation relating to ‘droit de suite’. In effect the premium chargeable will be 24% plus VAT. Further details are available from our offices on request. 12. The highest bidder acceptable to the Auctioneer shall be the Buyer. The Auctioneer shall have absolute discretion to settle any dispute and to refuse bids or to advance the bidding as seen fit. 13. Every bidder shall be deemed to act as principal unless in receipt of written acknowledgement by the Auctioneer that the bidder is acting as agent on behalf of a disclosed principal. 14. The Buyer must complete a registration form prior to bidding and will be given a paddle number. The Auctioneer may refuse a bid or re-offer a Lot if a Buyer has not registered and/or has no current paddle number. Following a successful bid the Buyer shall pay the Auctioneer in full the Hammer Price (plus VAT payable in accordance with clause 15 below), together with a premium of 20% of the Hammer Price and VAT at the standard rate on the premium, within two working days of the day of the sale. 15. Where a Lot is marked by a *VAT is payable on the Hammer Price at the standard rate. 16. The ownership of a Lot shall not pass to the Buyer and the Buyer shall not be entitled to remove any Lot until he has made full payment to the Auctioneer of the total amount due. Payment shall be deemed to have been made only after the Auctioneer has received cash or sterling bankers draft or the Buyers cheque has been cleared. 17. All Lots must be removed at the Buyers risk and expense. All furniture and rug Lots must be cleared by 5:00pm on the Monday following the sale. All other Lots must be cleared by 5:00pm on the Wednesday following the sale. Storage charges of £2 per lot per day + VAT will be strictly enforced thereafter.


BUYERS TERMS & CONDITIONS

18. Should a Buyer breech either of conditions 14 and 17 the Auctioneer, at is absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights he may have, may exercise any of the following rights and remedies:(a) Proceed against the Buyer for breach of contract;

1. All bids must be left at reception at least one hour prior to the start of the relevant section of the auction. 2. Please telephone after the auction to see if you have been successful. 3. Successful bidders shall pay the hammer price + 20% buyers premium plus VAT on the premium. 4. Lots marked with asterisk (*) in the catalogue are subject to VAT on the hammer price.

(b) rescind the sale of all or any Lots sold to the Buyer;

5. All furniture and rug Lots must be paid for and collected by 5:00pm on the Wednesday following the auction. All other Lots must be cleared by 5:00pm on the Friday following the auction.

(c) re-sell all or any Lots by public auction or private treaty and deficiencies in the purchase price resulting from such sale (after giving credit for any prior payment received from the Buyer) together with full costs incurred in connection with the Lot or Lots shall be paid to the Auctioneer by the Buyer. Any surplus over the proceeds of the sale shall go to the Seller;

6. Roseberys will strictly enforce a storage charge of £2 per lot per day, + VAT if Lots are not paid for and collected as outlined above in item 5.

(d) remove, store and insure (on any premises) the Lot or Lots at the expense of the Buyer; (e) charge interest on the purchase price of 5% over the base lending rate of the National Westminster Bank PLC on any amount outstanding from the Buyer more than 7 days after the date of sale; (f) retain the Lot or any other Lot sold to the Buyer at the same or any other auction and release the same only after payment of the full purchase price. (g) reject any bids made by or on behalf of the Buyer at the same or any other future auction, or obtain part payment before accepting any future bids; (h) apply any proceeds of sale then due or at any time thereafter becoming due to the Buyer towards settlement of the total amount due and exercise a lien on any property of the Buyers which is in the Auctioneers possession for any purpose. 19. (a) Many items are of an age or nature which precludes their being in perfect condition. The catalogue description is for guidance only and does not imply an item is free from defects nor does a reference to specific defects imply the absence of others. (b) Prospective Buyers are strongly advised to examine personally any goods in which they are interested before the auction takes place. The Auctioneer can provide condition reports on request but provide no guarantee to reports given other than in relation of forgeries as referred to in clause 19(d). (c) Any Lot which is claimed by the Buyer to be a forgery may be returned to the Auctioneer, in the same condition in which it was sold, within two weeks of the sale. If the Auctioneer is satisfied that the claim is justified and that the Buyer is able to transfer good marketable title to the Lot free from any third party claims Roseberys will rescind the sale and refund any amount paid by the Buyer to Roseberys for the Lot. (d) Any claim by the Buyer under this condition shall be limited to the amount paid by the Buyer to the Auctioneer for the Lot. 20. The Auctioneers will, on the Buyer’s written instructions, execute bids on their behalf, but neither the Auctioneer nor his employees nor agents shall be liable for any neglect in doing or failure to do so. 21. These conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English Law.

7. Roseberys endeavour to execute all commission bids as accurately as possible but cannot be held responsible for any mistakes or omissions. 8. Buyers should satisfy themselves before bidding as to the physical condition of an item. The description of a lot does not imply any item is free from defect. 9. Shipping of goods. Buyers must make their own arrangements for collection and delivery of purchases. (please see website for recommended shippers) 10. New Buyers: If you have not previously registered with Roseberys for buying at auction, please complete a Registration form at Reception before the auction and provide Proof of Identification. We cannot accept bids unless registration is completed prior to an auction. 11. Coloured Gems: It is common practice for gemstones to be treated in order to enhance colour and clarity. Unless stated, buyers should presume coloured stones may well have been exposed to some sort of treatment. 12. Condition Reports & Images: All lots containing a large quantity of items should be viewed in person. Roseberys are unable to give condition reports or additional images on these lots. 13. Electrical Goods. These are sold as ‘antiques’ only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician first. 14. Export Of Goods. Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether an export licence is required and (b) whether there is any specific prohibition on importing goods of that character because, e.g. they may contain prohibited materials such as ivory. 15. Droit De Suite Royalty Charges From 14th February 2006 all UK art market professionals are required to collect a royalty payment for all works of art that have been produced by living artists. This payment is only calculated on qualifying works of art, which are sold for a hammer price more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000 - the UK sterling equivalent will fluctuate in line with prevailing exchange rates. It is entirely the responsibility of the buyer to acquaint himself with the precise EURO to UK Sterling exchange rate on the day of the sale in this regard. and the auctioneer accepts no responsibility whatsoever if the qualifying rate is different to the rate indicated. All items in the catalogue that are marked with (maybe subject to droit de suite) are potentially qualifying items, and the royalty charge will be applied if the hammer price achieved is more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000. The royalty charge will be added to all relevant buyers’ invoices, and must be paid before items can be cleared. All royalty charges are passed on to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (‘DACS’), no handling costs or additional fees with respect to these charges will be retained by the auctioneers. The royalty charge that will be applied to qualifying items which achieve a hammer price of more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000, but less than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 is 4%. For qualifying items that sell for more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 a sliding scale of royalty charges will apply - for a complete list of the royalty charges and threshold levels, please see www.dacs.org.uk. There is no VAT payable on this royalty charge. 16. Condition: (a/f) in a description indicates an item is “as found” and has significant damage.


FORTHCOMING AUCTION Saturday 18 January 2014 Art and Antique Auction

to include: Ceramics & Glass Silver & Silver Plate Jewellery Paintings & Prints Collector’s Items Works of Art Furniture & Rugs

Entries for this sale are invited until 8 January


The Old Chocolate Factory 74/76 Knights Hill, West Norwood London SE27 0JD Tel: 020 8761 2522 Fax: 020 8761 2524 Email : auctions@roseberys.co.uk

ABSENTEE BID FORM Please write clearly and place your bids at least one hour prior to the start of the relevant section of the auction

FULL NAME: ADDRESS: POSTCODE: DAYTIME TELEPHONE NUMBER MOBILE: EMAIL: PLEASE CHECK YOUR BIDS AND MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ENTERED ALL DETAILS CLEARLY LOT NUMBER

£ BID PRICE EXCLUDING PREMIUM

LOT NUMBER

£ BID PRICE EXCLUDING PREMIUM

All bids are entered subject to rosebery’s standard terms and conditions of asle and to any special terms stated by the auctioneers to apply to lot(s) which the prospective purchaser hereby acknowledges and accepts. Please see over for terms and conditions for absentee bidding I authorise Rosebery’s to bid on my behalf for the following lot(s) up to the price(s) stated. I confirm I have read and agreed to the buyers terms of sale overleaf.

Signed: Date:


2014 AUCTION CALENDAR Saturday 18 January

Saturday 19 July

Art and Antique Auction

Art and Antique Auction

Saturday 8 February

Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 September

Art and Antique Auction

Tuesday 18 and Wednesday 19 March Quarterly Fine Art Auction including Decorative Arts and Modern Design, Antique Picture Frames and Modern Sculpture

Saturday 12 April Art and Antique Auction including Antique Textiles and Vintage Fashion

Quarterly Fine Art Auction including Decorative Arts and Modern Design, Antique Picture Frames and Modern Sculpture

Saturday 4 October Art and Antique Auction including Antique Textiles and Vintage Fashion

Saturday 1 November Art and Antique Auction

Art and Antique Auction

Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 December

Tuesday 24 and Wednesday 25 June

Quarterly Fine Art Auction including Asian and Islamic Art, Antique Picture Frames and Modern Sculpture

Saturday 10 May

Quarterly Fine Art Auction including Asian and Islamic Art, Antique Picture Frames and Modern Sculpture

Viewing for Saturday Auctions: Thursday: 1pm to 5pm Friday: 9.30 am to 5.30 pm Saturday: 9am to 9.45am

Viewing for Quarterly Fine Art Auctions: Friday: 1pm to 5pm Sunday: 10am to 2pm Monday: 9.30am to 5.30pm Tuesday and Wednesday: 9am to 9.45am

CO NSI GN I N G Roseberys is now accepting consignments for its forthcoming Spring 2014 auction.

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