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20th Century Decorative Art and Design Tuesday 10 October 2017 at 10am


MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY PRINTS WEDNESDAY 1 NOVEMBER AT 10AM

David Hockney (British, b.1937) GREGORY Etching with soft-ground etching printed in colours, 1974, signed, dated and inscribed ‘A.P XIII’ in pencil, an artist’s proof plate 68.5 x 54.5cm, framed £4,000-6,000

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20TH CENTURY DECORATIVE ART AND DESIGN at the Stansted Mountfitchet Auction Rooms Tuesday 10 October 2017 at 10am ORDER OF SALE Lots 1 - 76

Arts & Crafts and Art Nouveau Furniture and Objects

Lots 80 - 288

Art Deco Furniture, Objects and Lighting

10 minute break

Lots 295 - 694

Post-War and Modern Objects, Furniture and Lighting

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9am - 5pm

Sunday 8 October

10am - 1pm

Monday 9 October

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Tuesday 10 October

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ARTS & CRAFTS AND ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE AND OBJECTS 1-76

1 Lot 1 A Gothic oak hanging wall cabinet, with a central shelf over a cupboard, with fleur-de-lys brass hinges, flanked with three shelves, 105cm wide 24cm deep 91cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

2 Lot 2 An Aesthetic ebonised writing desk, the painted cupboards centred with lilies in a vase, opening to reveal a pierced interior with letter racks and drawers, over a fitted drawer with a writing surface, 74.5cm wide 47.5cm deep 115cm high, together with two cane-seated chairs (3) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 3 A pair of Aesthetic ebonised folding chairs, with cane seats (2) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 4 An ebonised ‘Greek’ music chair, by E W Godwin, c.1875, with a moulded fretwork back, raised on a revolving stand, with gilt details, 85cm high back 53cm high £800 - 1,200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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1-76 ARTS & CRAFTS AND ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE AND OBJECTS Lot 5 A walnut centre table, in the manner of E W Godwin, with a chamfered and moulded top and frame, 52cm wide 51.5cm deep 72cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 6 A walnut drop-leaf table, with an elliptical top over a single drawer, stamped ‘7711’, 60cm wide 90.5cm open 66.5cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 7 An unusual pair of wrought iron wall brackets, 20th century, each in the form of a stylised phoenix, 75cm high (2) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 8 An Heal’s oak chest, designed by Ambrose Heal, the plain top with exposed side dovetails, over three drawers with ring handles, with an embossed oval label ‘Heal & Son, 196 Tottenham Court Rd, London’ and stamped to the top drawer ‘Heal & Son, London’, 91.5cm wide 53cm deep 83.5cm high £1,000 - 1,500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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9 Lot 9 A Linthorpe Glass jardinière, the design attributed to Christopher Dresser, with a streaky brown, cream and green glaze, with lug handles, impressed ‘Linthorpe 533’, 19cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 10 A Moorcroft Macintyre twin-handled centrepiece, with panels of flowers, printed marks, impressed ‘747’, numbered ‘M428/7’, 23cm wide, and a pair of vases, impressed ‘1297’ and numbered ‘M428/129’ in green, 17.5cm high (3) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 11 A pair of Minton Secessionist vases, each tubelined with panels of flowers, in red and green, printed marks and ‘No.3’, 32cm high, together with another pair of Minton vases, each tubelined with swags and panels, printed marks and ‘No.1’, one cracked, 32cm high (4) £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 12 A fine green-tinted glass carafe, in the style of Whitefriars, etched to base ‘Bovot’, 25.5cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 13 A Burmantofts faience pottery vase, the bulbous tubelined body with an elongated flared neck, in the Persian style, with stylised floral decoration in green, blue, yellow and brown, moulded ‘Burmantofts Faience’, numbered ‘2064’ and inscribed ‘COC 133’, 47cm high, and another vase, painted in the Persian style, impressed and inscribed, 23.5cm high (2) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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1-76 ARTS & CRAFTS AND ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE AND OBJECTS Lot 14 A Rookwood Pottery ewer, dated 1893, by Artus Van Briggle, decorated with jonquil flowers, silver-mounted to form the spout, handle and base, stamped ‘GORHAM MFC CO’, inscribed ‘R250’, impressed ‘Rookwood 678D/W’ and ‘AVB’, 26.5cm £1,500 - 1,800 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 15 A Martin Brothers’ stoneware jug, 1880, with a band of stylised foliage below a brown-glazed neck, impressed ‘Martin, Southall’, incised ‘25.6.80’, 14cm high, and a bowl, with a band of moulded decoration, on a pale ground, incised ‘4 R W Martin, Southall’, 8.5cm high (2) £100 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 16 A Martin Brothers’ stoneware jug, 1881, incised with two stylised flowering shrubs, inscribed ‘Martin, London & Southall 1.9.81’, 22.5cm high £100 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 17 An R W Martin stoneware sucrier and cover, 1881, the flat cover over a squat ovoid base, the knob incised ‘Via et Vita’, the cover with the Medici coat of arms, the base with an incised band of stiff blue foliage, incised ‘R W Martin, London & Southall 23.3.81’, 12cm high (2) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 18 A small Martin Brothers’ stoneware vase, incised with a band of stiff leaves within blue borders, incised ‘Martin Bros London & Southall’, 14cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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ARTS & CRAFTS AND ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE AND OBJECTS 1-76 Lot 20 A Martin Brothers’ stoneware vase, 1884, of slender shape, incised with finches and a butterfly amongst fruiting foliage on a pale ground, incised ‘R W Martin & Bros., London & Southall 14.5.84’, 27cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 21 A Martin Brothers’ stoneware vase, 1885, of bulbous shape, incised with sunflowers, inscribed ‘Martin Bros., London & Southall, 5.1.85’, 25cm high £700 - 1,000 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 22 A Martin Brothers’ stoneware vase, dated 1879, incised with palmettes within panels, with a blue and green glaze, incised ‘415’ and ‘12:12.79 RW Martin London & Southall’, 14cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 19 A Martin Brothers’ stoneware vase, 1895, of ovoid shape, incised with three grotesque lizards amongst flowering foliage, incised Martin Bros London & Southall 11-1895’, cracked, 19.7cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 23 A Pilkington’s Lancastrian tile, designed by C F A Voysey, decorated with a galleon in full sail, in colours on a light blue ground, impressed ‘P’ twice in the mould, 15cm square, framed £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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24 Lot 24 Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (1857-1941) ‘HERALDIC’ a wallpaper design, signed, inscribed and dated ‘CFA Voysey Archt 23 York Place W Sept 20 1904 / Copyright for paper belongs to Essex and Co.’ watercolour and pencil 69 x 56cm £3,000 - 5,000 (plus 26.4% BP) For an identical wallpaper design in a different colourway, see the V&A Museum No. E.264-1913. The wallpaper design was apparently given to Edmund Hunter (1866-1937), by CFA Voysey. Hunter founded the St Edmundsbury Silk Weaving Works, in Haslemere in the late 1890s and moved to Letchworth Garden City in 1908. The firm’s textiles were widely viewed nationally and internationally, and in 1904, at the St Louis International Exhibition, the company won a silver medal for decorative textiles. Commissions came from the royal chapels,

Westminster Abbey and St Paul’s, as well as the lavish productions of Herbert Beerbohm Tree. It is possible that Hunter and Voysey met whilst living in Bedford Park or at Letchworth. Voysey worked with Essex and Co. from 1893 and was known to have executed several hundred designs. In the ‘Decorators and Painters Magazine’ 1902-3, Vol. 1, there is reference to Voysey’s ‘Heraldic’ design. ‘Perhaps the most distinguishing new characteristics of Messrs Essex & Co.’s goods this year is the number of designs in which the motive is connected with the forthcoming coronation. The Heraldic design is a sample of the important development - It is produced in several colourings, one of them quite startling in its effects. The ground is in vermillion, the background of the shield is black, the ground of the paper is in green, and the stripes are in vivid blue’.

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ARTS & CRAFTS AND ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE AND OBJECTS 1-76 Lot 25 An inlaid satinwood and gesso panel, the central shaped panel depicting five nude ladies holding a trailing sheet that partially covers another lady standing in the centre, 142.5cm wide 71.5cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 26 A Secessionist brass mantel clock, with a silvered dial mounted in an arched case with glass panels, 25.5cm high £120 - 180 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 27 A copper dish, by John Pearson, embossed with a grotesque wyvern, initialled to the reverse, 35.5cm diameter £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 28 An Arts and Crafts oak sideboard, with an arched top with a shelf over columns above a well, flanked with herringbone inlaid cupboards, over a further drawer, 165cm wide 57cm deep 155cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

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29 Lot 29 After Aubrey Beardsley WILDE’S SALOME, 1894; AVENUE THEATRE, 1894; ISOLDE, 1895 Three prints largest 22.5 x 14cm, in modern frames (3) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 30 Aubrey Beardsley (1872-1898) SALOME AT HER TOILETTE; THE PEACOCK SKIRT; JOHN AND SALOME; THE EYES OF HEROD Four line cuts, 1894 designed for Oscar Wilde’s ‘Salome’ image 17.5 x 12.5cm, framed 36 x 29.5cm £450 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

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ARTS & CRAFTS AND ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE AND OBJECTS 1-76 Lot 31 Jules Chéret L’HIPPODROME DE PORTE-MAILLOT ‘PARIS COURSES’, 1890; TAVERNE OLYMPIA, 1899 A pair of original lithographs, both signed in the plate and bearing the embossed stamp ‘Les Maîtres de L’Affiche Imprimerie Chaix’ 33 x 23.5cm, framed 53 x 43cm (2) £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 32 Forain SALON DU CYCLE, 1894 An original lithograph, signed in the plate, bearing the embossed stamp ‘Les Maîtres de L’Affiche Imprimerie Chaix’ 18.5 x 37.5cm, framed 44 x 62cm £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 33 Les Maîtres de L’Affiche LEFEVRE, CACAO LACTE, DE CH. GRAVIER, 1893; MEUNIER, FROSSARD’S CAVOUR CIGARS, 1895 Two lithographs both signed in the plate and bearing the embossed stamp ‘Les Maîtres de L’Affiche Imprimerie Chaix’ 31.5 x 23cm, framed 57 x 47cm, and 38 x 15cm, framed 59 x 35cm (2) £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 34 Les Maîtres de L’Affiche RIQUER, MAISON NAPOLOÉN, C.1894; GUILLET, MESSALINE AU CASINO DE MONTE CARLO, 1898 A pair of lithographs both signed in the plate and bearing the embossed stamp ‘Les Maîtres de L’Affiche Imprimerie Chaix’ 36.5 x 15cm, framed 58 x 36cm (2) £350 - 450 (plus 26.4% BP)

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1-76 ARTS & CRAFTS AND ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE AND OBJECTS Lot 35 A Secessionist silver-plated centrepiece, of a lady holding a cast ring, mounted with an engraved glass bowl, raised on a stepped plinth, unmounted, 40cm high 32cm diameter £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 36 A WMF silver-plated centre dish, with an entwined handle, stamped marks, 45.5cm wide £120 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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36 Lot 37 A WMF silver-plated centrepiece, modelled as a lady holding a flower, seated on an eagle, with cut and etched glass wheat sheaves to the spill vase and dish, with a pair of loose sunflower-shaped dishes to the stand, various marks, 78.5cm high £1,500 - 1,600 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 38 A Venetian octagonal glass clock, with etched and cut panels and with glass studs, 30cm diameter £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 39 A matched three-piece set of silver-backed dressing table brushes, one hard brush embossed with kingfishers in riverside plants, 24.5cm, and a pair of brushes with similar decoration, 15.5cm long (3) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 40 After Henri Cassiers DUTCH MILKMAIDS A pair of lithographic prints by Dietrich & Cie, Bruxelles 100 x 38cm, later frames (2) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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42 Lot 41 A pair of Arts and Crafts oak armchairs, with feather banding, with recently re-upholstered seats (2) £250 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 42 An unusual wrought iron ceiling light, 20th century, worked with stylised dragons, scrolls and flower heads, 70cm high 110cm long £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 43 An oak two-tier book rack, with a moulded top and slatted ends with heart-shaped details, 58.5cm wide 21.5cm deep 89cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 44 An Arts & Crafts brass jardinière, by John Pearson (fl.1885-1910), with two bands of embossed and hammered panels of fish, signed ‘J Pearson 1891’ and numbered ‘415’, 24cm high 45cm diameter £700 - 900 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 45 An Arts and Crafts copper stove cover, with pierced panels, a lift-off top and an arched front, 43cm wide 41cm deep 88cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 46 Two wrought iron standard oil lamps, converted, both adjustable, with copper details, 145cm high (2) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 47 Two Arts and Crafts wrought iron and brass standard lamps, one converted from an oil lamp, both adjustable, 155cm high (2) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 48 A copper plaque of a lady, titled ‘Celia’, by Francis H Aloysius Jahn (1871-1967), signed l.r., in a modern oak frame, 31.5cm 51.5cm overall £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 49 An Arts and Crafts circular copper wall mirror, with green-glazed Ruskin type roundels, labelled ‘Liberty & Co. Ltd. London’, 56cm diameter £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 50 An oak armchair, with a hoop back, a central splat and with a drop-in seat £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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51 Lot 51 A collection of fourteen Arts and Crafts painted doors, with similar latches and handles, and a stable door, 201cm high 87cm wide (15) £600 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 52 Three Arts and Crafts planked oak doors, in the manner of C F A Voysey, with strap hinges, handles and latches, 200cm high 111.5cm wide (3) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 53 Two similar Arts & Crafts oak open bookshelves, 61cm wide 17cm deep 124cm high (2) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 54 An Arts and Crafts oak bureau bookcase, with a leaded glass cupboard flanked with shelves, over a tambour front with a pull-out writing surface, a drawer and shelves below, 84cm wide 39cm deep 195cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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1-76 ARTS & CRAFTS AND ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE AND OBJECTS Lot 55 A Glasgow School walnut tub chair, designed by E A Taylor and probably made by Wylie and Lochhead, with a drop-in rush seat £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 56 A black ash side chair, after a design by Charles Rennie Mackintosh by Alivar, 150.5cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 58 An Arts and Crafts oak three-tier book rack, with arched supports with circular cut details, 62.5cm wide 24cm deep 91cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 59 A pair of Arts and Crafts oak side chairs, in the manner of William Birch (2) £100 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 60 A Sarreguemines stoneware jardinière, decorated with tulips on a buff ground, impressed marks, cracked, 28cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 57 An Arts and Crafts oak armchair, with a ‘keyhole’ pierced top rail £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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61 Lot 61 A roll of Morris & Co ‘Norwich’ wallpaper, block printed, written on an old label ‘22 yds’ 55cm wide £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

62 Lot 62 Three rolls of Morris & Co. ‘Fruit and Pomegranate’ wallpaper, designed in 1866, these later, block printed, stamped ‘SPI 1895A’, 56cm wide £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

63 Lot 63 Three rolls of Morris & Co. ‘Pimpernel’ wallpaper, designed in 1876, block printed, 55cm wide £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 64 Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879) LA MADONNA VIGILANTE (WATCHING ALWAYS) Signed and titled albumen print image 24.5 x 20cm £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Julia Margaret Cameron was one of the most innovative photographers of the 19th century. Her portraits were rule-breaking, purposely out of focus, often with scratches and smudges. This photograph was posed for by Alice Keown and Kate Dore, who were both used in many of her allegorical, biblical and historical photographs. The Victorian and Albert Museum holds an identical image, but titled ‘La Madonna Vigilante’ (Watch Without Ceasing), museum no. 44748.

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66 Lot 65 An Arts & Crafts embossed oval brass mirror, with Celtic designs and a bevelled plate, 85.35cm wide 41.5cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 66 An oval patinated plaque, after E Villanis, cast depicting three bathers, signed, 50cm wide 34cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 67 An Art Nouveau table mirror, in the manner of WMF, cast with foliage and flowers, easel-backed, 34cm wide 51cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 68 An alabaster ‘Dante and Beatrice’ double bust, on an oval marble plinth, 26cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

68 Lot 69 An Arts and Crafts inlaid oak settle, possibly by Shapland and Petter of Barnstaple, the slat back with three inlaid stylised foliate panels surrounded with chequer banding, over a cushioned seat on inverted tapering square section supports, 188cm wide 67cm deep 101cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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70 Lot 70 An Arts and Crafts copper embossed overmantel mirror, decorated with pomegranates and scrollwork, the centre inset with a ruby enamel shield, 196cm wide 78cm high £1,000 - 1,500 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 71 An oak low cupboard, with two central hinged cupboards, branded ‘ER VII’ and stamped ‘Geo M Hammer & Co. Ltd.’, 72cm wide 35cm deep 76cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 72 Six oak dining chairs, the design attributed to Edward Barnsley, each with drop-in seats, various stamped marks, ‘R Foster and Son, Makers, Wigan’, and the War Department monogram (6) £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP) Similar to an armchair exhibited in ‘The Cotswold Style’ at the Millinery Works Gallery, 20 October14 November 2010. Lot 73 A pair of Arts and Crafts gilt brass twin-branch wall sconces, each with leaf and berry border (2) £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 74 An Arts and Crafts oak dining table, with a five-plank top over a plain frieze with arched ends, raised on sledge feet, inscribed ‘Made by Roy Pattison, 1937, from Glencaird oak for E McKerrow, Glencaird Estate, Wigtownshire’, 183cm wide 106cm deep 76cm high £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 76 An Arts and Crafts oak corner desk, with carved designs, with a secret drawer above the central frieze drawer, the supports with two further drawers, 96cm wide 64cm deep 104.5cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP) Lots 77-79 Spare lots

Lot 75 An oak stool, by Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson, the adzed top over octagonal supports, united with a stretcher, with the carved mouse signature, 41cm wide 27.5cm deep 38cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 80 A Royal Doulton stoneware tobacco jar and cover, modelled as a figure wearing a bow tie with a pipe in his mouth, silver label, 14.5cm high (2) £120 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 81 A Royal Doulton figure ‘The Bather’, by John Broad, modelled as a nude seated on a ball watching a lizard, raised on four toads, impressed marks, 31cm high £1,200 - 1,400 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 82 A Doulton ‘Sung’ flambé ‘Bird of Paradise’ vase, by Charles Noke, painted with a multicoloured bird on a red and purple ground, printed and inscribed marks ‘Sung’ signed Noke, 21cm high £500 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 83 *A figure of a donkey eating carrots, by Stella Crofts (1898-1964), modelled in polychrome colours, signed to plinth and dated 1930?, 18cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 84 *A pottery model of a mare and a foal, by Stella Crofts (1898-1964), in a mottled green and brown glaze, signed and dated 1929, 13.5cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 85 *A study of a border terrier, Jack Russell and a Siamese cat, by Stella Crofts (1898-1964), titled ‘Podge, Chris and Sington’ to the plinth, signed and dated July 1929, restored, 13cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 86 A Clarice Cliff Bizarre ‘Inspiration’ vase, of squat form, on a turquoise and blue ground, inscribed ‘Inspiration Bizarre by Clarice Cliff, Newport Pottery, Burslem, England’, 17.5cm high £1,000 - 1,500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 87 A Gray’s Pottery lamp base, of globular form with coloured bands, printed mark, 21.5cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 88 A Clarice Cliff Bizarre conical sugar sifter, the pierced orange tip over flower heads, in shades of green and yellow, with a ‘Delecia’ glaze below, printed marks and with stopper, 13cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 89 A Clarice Cliff Bizarre ‘Patina’ centrepiece, shape no. 515, printed marks and ‘Lanleys China, Regent St., London’ retail label, 22cm wide 12cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 90 A Clarice Cliff ‘Bonjour’ coffee pot, sugar and cream, and a cup and saucer, printed marks (6) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 91 A Clarice Cliff part coffee set, each piece painted with concentric rings, comprising six cups and saucers, a milk jug and sugar bowl, together with a further sucrier and cover on a saucer, and a pepper pot, printed marks, some damage (20) £180 - 220 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 92 A pair of Clarice Cliff Bizarre ‘Rhodanthe’ candle holders, printed and moulded marks, 6cm high (2) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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80-288 ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING Lot 93 A Royal Doulton flambé vase, with a mottled red, brown and yellow glazed, printed marks, 19.5cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 94 A Goldscheider Art Deco wall mask, designed by Rudolf Knörleinthe, with a glazed terracotta body modelled as a female holding a mask, impressed marks obscured by glaze, 28cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 95 A Goldscheider terracotta pottery wall mask, designed by Kurt Goebel, of a lady with a veil with red lips and a red ring, printed ‘Goldscheider West Germany’, 32cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 96 A Moorcroft two-handled vase, c.1935, decorated with a bunch of irises and exotic flowers, on a blue/green ground, impressed signature and ‘Potter to the Queen’, 19cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 97 A Walter Moorcroft ovoid vase, decorated with flowers against a graduated deep red ground, impressed mark, signature and paper label, and another, cracked, 18cm high (2) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 98 A Moorcroft ‘Moonlit Blue’ vase, of ovoid form, with a green signature, impressed marks and numbered ‘189’, 10cm high £500 - 700 (plus 26.4% BP)

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100 Lot 99 An Art Deco oak desk, with a single drawer over canted corners, 81.5cm wide 43cm deep 71.5cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 100 A tubular cantilever armchair, designed by Hynek Gottwald £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 101 Three tubular chrome cantilever chairs and an armchair, one missing a back (4) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 102 An Art Deco walnut and chrome drinks trolley, the wheels mounted with a set of eight spinning drinks holders, centred with a bottle compartment, labelled ‘SHAKER’ and ‘ICE PAIL’, the handle with a brake, 90cm wide 40cm deep 69cm high £600 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 103 Four Thonet bentwood and plywood chairs, branded, worn (4) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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80-288 ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING Lot 104 A tubular chrome ‘HT2’ table, designed by Oliver Bernard for PEL with a black Rexine top, worn, 114.5cm wide 61cm deep 73cm high, and a pair of chrome ‘RP5’ chairs, by PEL (3) £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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107 Lot 107 An Art Deco walnut canteen, fitted with a Mappin & Webb silver-plated six-place setting, 45cm wide £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

109 Lot 108 An Art Deco walnut cocktail cabinet, the concave raised and hinged central section, opening to reveal a compartment, with matched glasses, over a cupboard fitted with two drawers, flanked with cupboards, 148cm wide 41cm deep 123cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 109 A Petitot glass and brass ceiling light, the octagonal shade with clear glass rods and frosted plates, fitted with five lights, the column mount also fitted with three further lights, 70cm high 58cm diameter £2,500 - 3,000 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 110 A French rosewood and brass inlaid table, 202cm wide 100cm deep 74.5cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 111 An Art Deco walnut worktable, with an hinged top, revealing a well with two trays, with three further drawers to the side, 40cm wide 38cm deep 80cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 112 An Art Deco clear and tinted glass triptych mirror, with shaped and arched plates, the central mirror hinged, 69cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 113 An Art Deco figure, of Columbine, the lady holding a fan, signed ‘DAX’, 32cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 115 A ceramic group of three jolly sailors, signed ‘Le Jan’, 29.5cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 114 An Art Deco figure, of Pierrot, modelled whistling, with his hands in his pockets, signed ‘DAX’, 33cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 116 An Art Deco porcelain table lamp, by Robj, Paris, modelled as a lady smelling a bunch of flowers wearing an ermine-trimmed robe, cracked and restored, 29cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 117 An Art Deco pottery figure of a dancer, inscribed ‘G De Blaize’ and ‘C H France’ to the base, 29.5cm wide £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 118 A white-glazed ewer, designed by Édouard-Marcel Sandoz (1881-1971), modelled as a seated cat, faint marks, 26cm high £120 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 119 A Limoges porcelain table lamp, modelled as a lady kneeling and holding a bunch of flowers, 18cm wide £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 120 A French Art Deco porcelain figure group, ‘La Maitrise’, modelled as a couple dancing, inscribed in green ‘La Maitrise Ayme’ and printed marks, 26.5cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 121 A Limoges porcelain table lamp base, modelled as an harlequin, printed marks, 26.5cm high £120 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 122 A French Art Deco porcelain atomiser, 1930s, modelled as a clown holding a saxophone, missing brass mounts, incised in the mould, inscribed ‘Aladin, Made In France’, 21.5cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 123 A pair of pottery bison bookends, signed ‘Fontinelle’, plaster filled, 18cm high, and another pair of bookends, each modelled as Pierrot, signed ‘Fontinelle’ 14cm high (4) £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 124 A Limoges porcelain table lamp, by Camille Tharaud, modelled as a dancer wearing a cloak, inscribed ‘Tharaud’ and with Limoges printed mark, repaired, 24cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 125 An Art Deco porcelain table lamp, in the form of a kneeling nude with a swan, 17cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 127 An Art Deco pottery vase, designed by Marcel Guillard for Editions Etling, Paris, of ovoid form with a crackled glaze, with a ‘X’ support, impressed marks, 29.5cm high £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 126 An Art Deco stoneware vase, designed by Marcel Guillard, the brown and buff glaze with craquelure details, 35cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 128 A pottery figure of a lady standing on a plinth, after Pierre Le Faguays, inscribed to the plinth ‘ Le Faguays’ and ‘Evolution R Gonse Ceramiste’, with a label ‘Property of the Savoy Group PLC 01371’, restored and damaged, 72cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 129 Two Boch Frères items, a ‘Mermaid and Seahorse’ box and cover, printed and enamelled on a pink ground, printed marks, 13cm wide, and a vase, attributed to Charles Catteau, painted with vertical bands of black and yellow, with printed marks, 16cm high (2) £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 130 An Art Deco bird’s-eye maple coffer, 121.5cm wide 51cm deep 54.5cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 131 An Art Deco walnut compactum wardrobe, the inverted front centred with eight drawers with hexagonal painted pencil handles, flanked with doors enclosing hanging space, both doors with internal mirrors, 184cm wide 60.5cm deep 185.5cm high £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 132 An Art Deco walnut chess table, with two drawers, on an octagonal column with four legs, 56cm square 68cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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134 Lot 133 Carlos Bady TWO POCHOIR ILLUSTRATIONS SIGNED IN THE PLATE From ‘La Journée de Mado’ published by Galerie Lutetia, Paris, 1932 21 x 15cm, framed 39 x 33cm £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 134 Georges Braque (1882-1963) ÉDITIONS PIERRE TISNÉ Original lithographic poster printed by Mourlot, Paris, the original artwork done in 1926, but this poster printed by Mourlot, Paris in 1953 53 x 36cm, framed 55 x 38cm £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 135 Sonia Delaunay (1885-1979) FASHION PRINTS Six pochoir prints framed in threes, from the seminal haute couture designer’s Art Deco-inspired early designs, originally from the 1920s, reassembled and issued by Delaunay as a hand-coloured pochoir suite in 1969, one of only 650 numbered copies on fine Velin Aussedat paper and executed by pochoir master, Daniel Jacomet 28.5 x 19.5cm, framed 45 x 79cm (2) £1,800 - 2,200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 136 A French Art Deco palisander sideboard, with a serpentine front centred with a fluted cupboard opening to reveal a maple interior, flanked with cupboards, raised on an ebonised and chrome plinth, 218cm wide 54cm deep 97.5cm high £500 - 700 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 137 An Art Deco walnut drinks cabinet, the hinged upper section revealing mirrors and bottle racks, over a further cupboard, 76cm wide 37cm deep 117cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 138 An Art Deco oak coffee table, of hexagonal form, the central panel lifts off to reveal a compartment each side, with bottom hinged arched cupboards, 61cm diameter 47cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 140 An Art Deco marble mantel clock, the lozenge-shaped dial mounted to the side, with a spelter figure of lady holding a fan, 58cm wide £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 141 An Art Deco terracotta group of a young woman and a doe, signed ‘L.Riche’, with retailer’s label ‘Corthy, Nantes’, raised on naturalistic base, 84cm wide 18cm deep 31.5cm high £120 - 180 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 142 ‘Brooke Bond Tea’, a tin advertisement panel, 75 x 49cm £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 143 A pair of Le Verre cameo plafonniers, the orange ground cut with scarab and honeycomb designs, with cast chains, 41cm diameter (2) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 144 A pair of wall lights, model ‘1045’ by Jean Perzel, 32cm high, and a hanging ceiling light, 50cm high (3) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 145 A pair of Art Deco burr walnut bedside chests, each with three drawers, walnut banding, and on an ebonised plinth with cast shell handles, 35.5cm wide 56cm deep 64.5cm high (2) £300 - 400 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 146 An Art Deco walnut smoker’s table, fitted with a chrome match sleeve, a pair of holders and a glass ashtray over a circular flip-down table, labelled, 85cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 147 Phyllis Mould (20th century) STEAMBOAT Ten lithographed wallpaper sheets, printed by the Curwen Press each 61.5 x 58cm (10) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 148 An Art Deco spelter and marble centrepiece, modelled as two men moving a boulder, 71cm wide 33cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 149 An Art Deco patinated spelter group of two dancers, by TH Cartier, depicting a Pierrot and a Pierrette, mounted on a marble plinth base, signed ‘TH Cartier’ to the end of the plinth, 32cm wide £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

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150 Lot 150 A cold painted bronze figure, of an Austrian skier, cast from a model by Bruno Zach, stamped ‘Argentor Foundry’ and signed ‘Zach’, 12cm high £350 - 450 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 151 An Art Deco centrepiece of an African hunter with bow, on marble base, modelled standing knee deep in water, signed ‘R. De Wandelein’, 30cm wide 12cm deep 37cm high £500 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP)

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151 Lot 152 A metal nude dancer, after Lorenzl, on a domed stand, 39.5cm £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 153 An Art Deco marble and onyx mantel clock, mounted with a lady and a dog either side of the rectangular dial, inscribed ‘Desoleil-Seneghal Berch…’, 53.5cm wide £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 154 An Heal’s teak side table, with a single drawer over a slatted undertier, with Heal’s ivorine label, 53cm wide 31.5cm deep 73.5cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 155 An Art Deco rug, with a beige and blue latticed design, 185 x 210cm £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 156 A pair of Heal’s oak bedside cabinets, each with a shelf over a parquetry cupboard, with a ‘Heal and Son London’ ivorine label, 43.5cm wide 31cm deep 72.5cm high (2) £600 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 157 An oak dining room suite, by Heal’s, comprising: a draw-leaf table, 84cm wide 76cm deep 76cm high, a set of four chairs, and a sideboard, 114.5cm wide 50cm deep 93.5cm high (6) £200 - 400 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 158 An Art Deco walnut bedroom suite, by Heal’s, comprising: a dressing table, with five drawers, 109cm wide 49cm deep 163cm high, a cabinet, with four drawers, flanked to one side with a cupboard, 75cm wide 45cm deep 91.5cm high, and a pot cupboard, 33cm wide 33.5cm deep 67cm high, all with Heal’s ivorine labels (3) £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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162 Lot 161 A Lalique ‘Bacchus’ glass vase, deeply moulded with a band of figures amongst foliage, stencilled ‘R LALIQUE, FRANCE’, 18cm high £1,500 - 1,800 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 162 A Lalique ‘Prunes’ glass vase, with a brown mottled finish, stencilled ‘R LALIQUE, FRANCE’, 17.5cm high £1,500 - 1,800 (plus 26.4% BP)

160 Lot 159 A Lalique opalescent ‘Laurier’ glass vase, moulded with leaves and berries, signed ‘Lalique’, 17.5cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 160 A matched set of twelve Lalique champagne or sorbet glasses, each of trumpet shape, with moulded band, on circular feet, ten inscribed, two with stencilled marks, one cracked, 8cm high (12) £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 163 A pair of French Art Deco opalescent twin-handled glass vases, by Cesari, each with rusticated panels, on centred square section bases, each with moulded marks, 16.5cm high (2) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 164 A Lalique clear and blue opalescent ‘Coqs et Plumes’ vase, designed in 1928, No. 1033, etched ‘R Lalique, France’, 15.5cm high £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 167 A pair of Lalique glass plaques ‘Masque de Femme’, each mounted in a chrome frame, 32.5cm square (2) £3,000 - 5,000 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 168 A pair of Lalique ‘Hirondelle’ glass bookends, modelled as swallows, stencilled marks, 15.7cm (2) £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 169 A Lalique cockerel, 20.5cm high, and a dove bowl, with removable plate, inscribed ‘Lalique France’, 21.5cm high (2) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 170 A pair of Lalique ‘Hirondelle’ glass bookends, modelled as swallows, inscribed ‘Lalique France’, 15.7cm (2) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 171 An Art Deco walnut standard lamp table, with an integral two-tier table, 50cm wide 152cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 172 A pair of circular Art Deco design ceiling lights, each with coloured leaded glass panels, with light fittings including fluorescent tubes, 146cm diameter 40cm high (2) £3,000 - 5,000 (plus 26.4% BP) Reputedly removed from an old cinema in London.

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173 Lot 173 A French Art Deco rosewood desk, the leather inset top with a central drawer, over two cupboards enclosing a drawer and a shelf, on stepped block feet with silvered handles, faux cupboards opposite, 159cm wide 88.5cm deep £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 174 An Art Deco Macassar centre table, the rectangular top with canted corners on shaped supports and a conforming plinth, 110.5cm wide 90cm deep 73.5cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 175 A walnut drinks trolley, with a central raised compartment, a further end cupboard, raised on cabriole legs and castors, 76cm wide 40cm deep 65cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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177 Lot 176 An Art Deco walnut and calamander inlaid grandmother clock, with a square chrome dial and Arabic numerals, 132cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 177 A mahogany table lamp, with three light fittings and with a copper shade, 52cm high £150 - 180 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 178 A Glasgow School mahogany side table, with canted corners, a central drawer with an open bookshelf each side, over a ‘X’ stretcher, 71cm wide 45.5cm deep 74cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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180 179 Lot 179 A mahogany octagonal book table, the quarter veneered top over two shelves to each side, with fluted canted corners, labelled, 66cm diameter 61cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 180 An Heal’s walnut chest, of two short and four long drawers, with an ivorine label, 76.5cm wide 48cm deep 107.5cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 181 *Lucy Gwendolen Williams (1870-1955) a pair of copper figures of children, with bronzed finish, initialled ‘LGW’, highest 25cm (2) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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182 Lot 182 An Art Deco silvered bronze and ivory figure of a woman, by Raymonde Guerbe (1892-1962), wearing a billowing dress, mounted on an onyx base, with canted corners, signed to the reverse ‘R Guerbe’ and incised ‘2098’ to the base of the plinth, 29cm high £1,000 - 1,500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 183 An Art Deco patinated bronze figure of the ‘Birth of Venus’, by Georges Garreau (1852-1943), modelled as a nude standing on a shell, mounted on a black marble base, signed ‘G Garreau’, 37cm high £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 184 Josef Lorenzl (1892-1950), ‘Harem Dancer’, patinated bronze on an onyx stand, signed ‘Lor’, 45cm high £5,000 - 7,000 (plus 26.4% BP)

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ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING 80-288 Lot 185 *Gvula Geiger (French, 1897-1981) A head and shoulders bust of a man, inscribed ‘Gvula Geiger, 1930’ and ‘Guss R Barth’, 34.5cm high, on an oak plinth 41.5cm high overall £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP) Gyula Geiger was born in Hungary, but became a French citizen in 1939. A sculptor and photographer, he was accepted as a member of the Prussian Academy of Arts, Berlin on 28 March 1929, where he received a Medal for Excellence.

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Lot 187 A bronze nude, after the Antique, on an ebonised stand, 37.5cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 188 An Art Deco patinated spelter and marble centrepiece, after Chiparus, raised on a stepped plinth, the figures mounted with ivory details, 78cm wide 37cm high £700 - 900 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 189 A Dunhill ‘Aquarium’ table lighter, the Perspex panels reverse painted with tropical fish amidst waterweed, having silvered metal fittings, stamped marks with patent number ‘143752’, 7cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 190 *Loet Vanderveen (Dutch, b.1921), an Art Deco style bronze figure of a camel, signed ‘Loet 58/250’, mounted on a Perspex base, 26cm high £200 - 400 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 191 An Hagenauer patinated bronze, of the profile of an African woman’s head, stamped ‘Made in Austria, Handmade, Hagenauer, Wien’, 18.5cm high, on a brass stand £350 - 450 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 192 A pair of carved wood horse head bookends, by László Hoenig, stamped ‘Laho London’ with monogram, with ‘Rowland Ward, Piccadilly’ label’, each 21.5cm high (2) £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 193 A set of four French three-branch wall lights, each centre branch fitted with a ball, with later shades, 35cm wide 30cm high (4) £500 - 700 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 194 A pair of Christofle cocktail shakers of cylindrical form, with ribbed bodies, 27cm high (2) £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 195 An Art Deco painted plaster nude, on a fixed plinth, 37.5cm high, a terracotta girl with a ball, 28cm high, and a painted plaster figure of a boy, 45.5cm high (3) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 196 Three First World War Recruiting Posters, ‘Single Men’, ‘Cold Blooded Murder’, ‘Britain is Fighting For The Freedom’, and another poster, largest 102cm x 63.5cm (4) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 197 A Riley car mascot, stamped ‘Riley Ski Lady Rd. 759377’, 15cm high £150 - 180 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 198 An Art Deco ‘Cloud’ cream leather three-piece suite, with walnut details, comprising a settee and two armchairs, recently reupholstered and restored, settee 170cm wide armchairs 75cm wide (3) £4,000 - 6,000 (plus 26.4% BP)

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80-288 ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING Lot 199 A pair of Art Deco walnut bedside cupboards, 34.5cm wide 31cm deep 70cm high (2) £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 200 A burr walnut nest of tables, the shaped circular top over four quarter tables with undertiers, all with glass tops, 75cm diameter 50.5cm high (5) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 204 An Art Deco display cabinet, the central sliding glass doors enclosing three shelves, flanked with cupboards over three further cupboards, raised on bracket feet, 190cm wide 52cm deep 183cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 206 A Gallé cameo vase, with a blue and frosted ground over brown flowers, signed, 12cm high £350 - 450 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 207 A Jeanne Lanvin moulded glass box and cover, designed by Paul Iribe, of square form with the logo to each piece, 13cm square (2) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 208 A Degué cameo glass vase, the mottled ground cut with oranges, signed ‘Degué‘, 23cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 209 A mottled orange glass vase, by Collotte, Nancy, with a long slender neck and a squat body, remnants of ‘Colotte, Nancy’ to the side, 47.5cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 210 A Moser mauve and clear glass vase, of hexagonal form, deeply engraved with flowers, marked ‘Moser Karlsbad’, 20cm high £250 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 211 A Daum glass and iron-mounted vase, designed by Louis Majorelle, the glass in mottled white, green, orange and blue, mounted with a cagework iron sleeve, etched ‘Daum & Nancy, L Majorelle’, 22.5cm high £1,400 - 1,800 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 212 A Loetz iridescent glass bowl, with a frilly edge over a globular body, 12.5cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 213 An Art Deco mottled glass vase, etched ‘SCHNEIDER’ with original retailer label ‘L Merle & Fils Joailliers-Orfevres Saumur’, 18cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING 80-288 Lot 214 A Lalique ‘Ornis’ glass vase, modelled with two birds forming the handles, wheel cut ‘R LALIQUE, FRANCE’, 19cm high £1,200 - 1,500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 215 A Daum hexagonal blue glass bowl, raised on a low foot, etched ‘Daum’ and ‘Nancy France’, 24.5cm diameter £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 216 A Daum cut glass vase, of globular form with a floral design, engraved ‘Daum Nancy, France’, 22cm high £100 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 217 An Art Deco polished steel and ebonised counter, the glass top with silvered mounts over an internal parquetry base, with two sliding doors, 152.5cm wide 46cm deep 90.5cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 218 An Art Deco walnut nest of tables, the circular quarter veneer table, with four quarter tables, each with glass shelves, each table with chrome ashtrays, all with glass tops, 69cm diameter 55cm high (5) £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 220 A French Art Deco stained beechwood stool, 50cm diameter 40cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 221 A gilt bronze table lamp, by Faraday & Son, modelled as a Mannerist figure, raised on a simulated tortoiseshell wood plinth, stamped ‘Faraday & Son’, 73cm high overall £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 222 A Danish Art Deco lounge suite, comprising a settee and armchair, with raised design to the upholstery, settee 175cm wide armchair 75cm wide (2) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 223 An Art Deco oak umbrella stand, with a removable central tray, 61cm wide 60cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 224 An Art Deco shagreen cigarette box, with an ivory thumbpiece on a deep plinth, 18.5cm wide 23.5cm deep 8cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 227 A chrome double-light desk lamp, after a design by Jacques Adnet, 37.5cm wide, and three chrome wall lights, 24cm high (4) £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 225 An Art Deco silver-cased purse watch, in an engine turned case, with monogram ‘JAC’, the dial inscribed ‘ROTARY’, 4.2cm £160 - 180 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 228 A modern cocktail shaker, in the form of an aeroplane fuselage, the stand forming the wings, 29cm long £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 226 A suite of Art Deco lights, comprising: a set of four cast and frosted wall lights and one painted white, 27cm high, and a centre ceiling light, 36cm high, one panel broken (6) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 229 An Art Deco table lamp, the patinated kneeling figure holding a crackled glass globe shade, signed ‘FAVRILE’ to the side, with a marble plinth, 40cm high £850 - 950 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 230 An Art Deco astrological table lamp, 22cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 231 An Art Deco marble and alabaster table lamp, with a moulded shade, 49cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 232 An amethyst glass table lamp, with applied prunts, 37cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 233 A set of twelve enamel knife rests, designed by Marylou Fauvet, and a pair of hexagonal salts, each signed ‘Marylou Limoges’, 8 and 6cm diameter, in a fitted case, with retailer’s label ‘E Brondeal Bijoutier Limoges’ (14) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 234 An Art Deco blue glass combination scent bottle/powder bowl, mounted with a silver collar, stamped ‘800 FC’, 21.5cm high £180 - 220 (plus 26.4% BP)

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237 Lot 236 Two Art Deco glass scent bottles, designed by Georges Chevalier, each painted with enamel flower posies or a vase of flowers, 16 and 21cm high (2) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 237 Two Baccarat cut glass scent bottles, 12 and 10.5cm high, and another Baccarat bottle, for Guerlain’s ‘VEGA’, with two further scent bottles, with original packaging, unopened (5) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 238 A silver-plated model of a skier, probably after Hagenauer, 12.5cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 239 An Art Deco Ikora metal dinanderie vase, with an horse chestnut design, stamped marks, 30cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 240 A set of WMF ‘Myra’ graduated iridescent glass beads, 49cm £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 241 An Art Deco embroidered panel, depicting Columbine, 50 x 74cm, and an etched glass panel, the top arched, 37 x 34cm (2) £120 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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244 Lot 243 Four Art Deco moulded glass shades, 13cm high and three further clear shades, with crimped centres, 11cm (7) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 244 An Art Deco table lamp, designed by Paul Kiss, the iron frame centred with a gilded nude within an octagonal panel, the shade with cut and frosted panels, 22cm wide, 28cm high £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 245 A pair of Art Deco silvered bronze figures, by Lorenzl, modelled as ladies holding gilt robes, signed on the plinth and edge of plinth ‘LORENZL’, on marble and onyx plinths, 33cm high (2) £1,500 - 1,800 (plus 26.4% BP)

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246 Lot 246 Four Art Deco ivory-topped and silver-collared dressing table pots, each with vertical etched stripes, London, 1935, and one scent bottle, highest 17.5cm (5) £120 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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248 Lot 247 A brass standard lamp, with a two colour shade, 155cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 248 A hanging glass light, of bullet form in purple and green, inscribed ‘Muller Frères’, with gilt mounts and chain, 23cm high £180 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 249 A brass table lamp, with a scrolling brass stand, fitted with a mottled white yellow and pink glass shade, marked ‘Muller Frères’, 44.5cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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80-288 ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING Lot 250 An Art Deco circular top coffee table, with a quarter veneered and crossbanded top, 60.5cm diameter 48cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 251 An Art Deco mahogany drinks trolley, the boat-shaped cabinet opening to reveal a rising drinks compartment, later fitted with glasses and cocktail shakers, labelled ‘Harrods, London’, 116cm wide 41.5cm deep 76cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 252 An American-diner-style vinyl/ Formica and tubular-framed extending table, 150cm wide 75cm deep 75cm high £180 - 220 (plus 26.4% BP)

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253 Lot 253 An Art Deco burr maple dining table, with a rectangular top with bowed ends, raised on a pair of pedestals, 182cm wide 92cm deep 63cm high, and a set of six chairs, with cream leather seats (7) £1,000 - 1,500 (plus 26.4% BP) www.sworder.co.uk61


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255 Lot 254 French Art Deco Fashion MANTEAUX INSPIRES DES COSTUMES TCHECO-SLOVAQUES; ADIEU PAUVRE AMOUR; EST-CE LUI? Pochoir prints from ‘Gazette du Bon Ton’, Paris 43.5 x 38cm, framed (3) £450 - 650 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 256 French Art Deco Fashion LES TROIS ROBES NEUVES; L’ENCENS, LE CINNAME ET LA MYRRHE Pochoir prints, both with centrefold as issued from ‘Gazette du Bon Ton’, Paris and signed in the plate 20 x 33.5cm, framed 46.5 x 60cm (2) £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 257 M Joyce Davies (20th century) MAGICAL PAINTING BOOK, 1950s Two original watercolour illustration designs for the front cover of the ‘Magical Painting Book’ 21 x 24, framed 39.5 x 41cm (2) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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260 Lot 258 An Art Deco walnut and burr wood tallboy, attributed to Waring & Gillow, with five drawers flanking a cupboard, with lozenge handles, 68.5cm wide 50.5cm deep 126cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 259 A French painted panel, in three parts, in the Chinese style, signed ‘B Lemaitre’, 239.5cm wide 121cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

262 Lot 260 An Art Deco bird’s-eye maple nest of tables, the shaped circular top with walnut crossbanding, each quarter table with an undertier, 76cm diameter 54cm high £350 - 450 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 261 An Art Deco mahogany cocktail cabinet, with two tiers, the mirrored and painted upper section over a slide, a further cupboard enclosing a wine rack and drawers, labelled ‘Duros Furniture’, 107cm wide 45cm deep 152cm high £500 - 700 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 262 A Venetian verre églomisé mirror, with a bevelled rectangular plate within a segmented frame, 106.5cm wide 75.5cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING 80-288 Lot 263 A Murphy ‘D30C’ console receiver, in original plywood packing case, 53.5cm wide 32.5cm deep 102.5cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 264 An Art Deco burr maple headboard, the arched top fitted with a pair of bedside tables to each side, with mirrored tops over a shelf and cupboard, 296cm wide 116.5cm high £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 265 An Art Deco burr maple drinks cabinet, of fluted demilune form, the upper section with a mirrored back and glass shelves, over a slide and a further cupboard with a shelf and bottle racks, 107cm wide 55cm deep 166cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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266 Lot 266 An ebonised and beech lamp table, raised on a tripod stand, 50cm diameter 55.5cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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267 Lot 267 A pair of Art Deco bird’s-eye maple and walnut bedside tables, with a single shelf, 32cm wide 31cm deep 72.5cm high (2) £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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80-288 ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING Lot 268 An Art Deco walnut ‘rocket’ display cabinet, the circular case with central hinged doors, a scumbled ‘maple’ interior and three shelves over two further cupboards, 136cm wide 31.5cm deep 163cm high £600 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 269 A French upholstered wingback sofa, attributed to Jean-Charles Moreux, 165cm wide £1,200 - 1,500 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 270 A pair of French upholstered wingback armchairs, attributed to Jean-Charles Moreux (2) £500 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 271 An Art Deco side table, the central raised section with cupboards to the pedestal sides, 78.5cm wide 40.5cm deep 73.5cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 272 An Art Deco walnut side table, with bowed ends over a single drawer, with chrome and ivorine handles, over an undertier, 101.5cm wide 50.5cm deep 84.5cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING 80-288 Lot 273 A brass table lamp, with a lily pad base, fitted with a mottled amber, yellow and orange shade, inscribed ‘Muller Frères’, 35.5cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 274 An Art Deco burr walnut book table, with canted corners with an undertier, 50cm diameter 51cm high £150 - 180 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 275 An Art Deco moulded glass and iron ceiling light, the central bowl moulded ‘Degue’, with three further moulded shades, 90cm high £350 - 400 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 276 An Art Deco walnut circular centre table, with a quarter veneered top, raised on a column with a lower shelf, raised on block feet, 82.5cm diameter 73cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 277 Spare lot

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279 Lot 278 A set of six burr walnut and rosewood dining chairs, designed by Gaetano Borsani, with blue drop-in seats, stamped ‘Atelier di Varedo Gaetano Borsani Varedo (Milano)’, back height 88cm seat height 48cm (6) £2,000 - 3,000 (plus 26.4% BP)

281 Lot 279 An Art Deco burr maple dressing table, the shaped mirror over seven drawers, 128cm wide 60cm deep 147.5cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 280 A pair of 400 ‘Tank’ chairs, designed by Alvar Aalto, 70cm wide 86cm deep 75cm high (2) £3,000 - 5,000 (plus 26.4% BP)

282 Lot 281 An Arts and Crafts oak three-division magazine stand, by Finnigans, 36.5cm wide 24cm deep 96cm high £120 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 282 An Art Deco walnut three-tier library table, raised on ebonised block feet, 61cm wide 45.5cm deep 59cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 283 An Art Deco-style burrwood and leather suite, comprising: a pair of armchairs, 90cm wide, and a settee, 195cm wide (3) £1,000 - 1,500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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288 Lot 286 An Art Deco walnut drinks cabinet, with shelves either end, both sides opening to reveal glasses and racks, lined with bird’s-eye maple, 59cm diameter 59cm high £350 - 450 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 287 A set of four Art Deco burr maple cloud dining chairs, with leatherette upholstery (4) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 288 An Art Deco walnut pedestal desk, with a leatherette inset top, over two slides, with black glass tops, over graduated drawers, 134cm wide 76cm deep 76cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP) Lots 289-294 Spare lots

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Lot 295 A teak dressing table, with a shaped mirror over drawers and an etched glass sliding cupboard to the centre, raised on turned legs, 95cm wide 48cm deep 148cm high £100 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 296 A set of six Italian dining chairs, 1950s, with yellow upholstered seats (6) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 297 A pair of Italian green-upholstered armchairs (2) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 298 A pair of French armchairs, with blue upholstery and yellow piping (2) £500 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP)

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 295-694 Lot 299 A desk lamp, designed by Otto Kolb, 37cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 300 A Danish teak circular coffee table, designed by Kurt Østervig, with a woven undertier, 100cm diameter 50cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 301 A Danish tartan ‘Model 280’ three-seater settee, by Slagelse Møbler, on a teak frame, 220cm wide £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 302 A printed wall hanging, ‘Les Champs Elysees’, by Corot Editeur after Bernard Buffet, numbered ‘55’, labelled, 150cm wide 105cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 303 A set of four upholstered ‘Hamilton’ chairs, designed by Robert Heritage for Archie Shine (4) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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295-694 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 304 A Murano glass standard lamp, 1950s, with spiral moulded and ball sections, with aventurine inclusions, labelled, 188cm high £500 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 305 A brass ‘Le Klint’ 306 lamp, designed by Kaare Klint in 1945, with two positions for the table or wall, lacking shade, 29.5cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 306 A Raymor pottery bull, by Antonio Bagni, in turquoise, 29cm long £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 307 A 1937 King Edward VIII coronation mug, designed by Eric Ravilious (1903-1942) with a blue band and yellow details, printed impressed and painted marks, 10.2cm high £600 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 308 A Rörstrand ‘Ritzi’ vase, designed by Gunnar Nylund, printed marks, 51cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 309 A Royal Copenhagen group ‘Fairy Tale III’, by Gerhard Henning, inscribed ‘7.4.57’ to the base, 21cm high £350 - 450 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 310 A birchwood and ebonised coffee table, 1950s, the shaped black glass top, labelled ‘WR’ and stamped ‘Western Germany’, 94cm wide 53cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 311 A French gilt metal table lamp, 38cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 312 A pair of turquoise lacquered console tables, with metal edging, 119.5cm wide 30cm deep 75cm high (2) £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 313 An Italian maple and brass-mounted stool, 1960s, with a cream-upholstered seat, 64cm wide 42cm deep 39.5cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 314 A pair of Danish armchairs, with high and low backs (2) £200 - 400 (plus 26.4% BP)

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318 Lot 315 A Danish upholstered armchair, designed by Kurt Østervig £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 316 A pair of ‘Boomerang’ rocking chairs, designed by Søren Georg Jensen for Kubus, with later upholstery (2) £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 317 A Gordon Russell walnut chest of three drawers, labelled, 91.5cm wide 48.5cm deep 84cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 318 A teak dining suite, comprising: a table, with an extra leaf, 190cm wide, and six chairs, (4+2) £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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319 Lot 319 An Indian rosewood dining table, by Meredew Furniture, with one extra leaf, raised on ebonised supports, 142cm wide 193cm extended £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 320 A walnut drop-front cocktail cabinet, in the style of Paolo Buffa, with three drawers and brass handles, 89cm wide 44.5cm deep 130.5cm high £500 - 700 (plus 26.4% BP)

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 295-694 Lot 321 An iron standard lamp, with an integral magazine rack to the stand, later modern shade, 145cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 322 A set of six painted dining chairs, c.1950, attributed to Paolo Buffa, 47cm wide 146cm deep 100cm high (6) £350 - 450 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 323 An Italian standard lamp, with a large waxed and waisted paper shade, 163cm high overall £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 324 An oak and ebonised room divider, with adjustable shelves, 122cm wide 189.5cm high £350 - 450 (plus 26.4% BP)

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325 Lot 325 A brown leather model of a rhinoceros, by Omersa, retailed by Liberty, London, 95cm long £600 - 1,000 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 326 A ‘BA’ dining table, designed by Ernest Race, with a veneered top, raised on aluminium legs 163cm wide 82cm deep 72cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 327 A Gordon Russell ‘Helix’ sideboard, designed by David Booth and Judith Ledeboer in 1951, the routed cupboard panels enclosing a cutlery drawer and a shelf, labelled ‘Russell of Broadway’ and stamped with Utility Logo and numbered 418’ 121.5cm wide 46.5cm deep 83.5cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 295-694 Lot 329 A ‘Rocker’ armchair, designed by Ernest Race in 1948, the steel frame painted blue, with a red seat and cushion back £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 330 A rare ‘Bottleship’ Mark II, designed by Ernest Race (1916-1964) and manufactured by John Alan Designs for Isokon in 1963, 55cm wide 43cm high £1,000 - 1,500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 331 An ‘Antelope’ chair, designed by Ernest Race for the Festival of Britain in 1951, worn £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 332 After Braque (1882-1963) TWO EMBOSSED ETCHINGS GILDED WITH 23 CARAT GOLD LEAF, c.1971 From the ‘Hommage aux Bijoux de Braque’ series, Edition of 75 58 x 70cm, framed (2) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Electrical Goods All electrical goods offered in this sale have either been tested and certified by an appropriately qualified electrician or have been operationally disabled. We would strongly advise that any intended re-commissioning is undertaken by an appropriately qualified electrician. Post 1950 Furniture All items of furniture included in this sale are offered for sale as works of art. The items may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason, they should not be used in a private dwelling. More images and condition reports are available on our website www.sworder.co.uk

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333 Lot 333 *Henri Matisse (1869-1954) LA PISCINE, PANEL B Lithograph after Matisse’s cut-outs, 1954, printed by Mourlot, Paris, centrefold as issued 34 x 101cm, framed £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 334 *Henri Matisse (1869-1954) FEMME ET SINGES Lithograph after Matisse’s cut-outs, 1954, printed by Mourlot, Paris, centrefold as issued 34 x 51cm, framed £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 335 A pair of stick back child’s chairs (2) £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 336 An Ercol light elm three-tier open whatnot, on ball castors, 92cm wide 32cm deep 71.5cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 337 A set of six Ercol green dot stacking chairs (6) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 338 An Ercol 442 recliner and ottoman, 1960s, designed by Lucien Ercolani, with blue upholstered seats and backs (2) £500 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 339 An Ercol ‘Chairmaker’s Chair’, labelled £180 - 220 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 340 An Ercol studio couch, 208cm wide, and a pair of stick back armchairs, with modern upholstered cushions (3) £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 341 An Ercol ‘Pebble’ nest of three tables, 65cm wide (3) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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295-694 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 342 An Ercol dining suite, comprising: a drop-leaf table, 136cm open 74.5cm wide 71.5cm high, a sideboard, with an arrangement of cupboards over two drawers, 130cm wide 50cm deep 75.5cm high, and three chairs (5) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 343 A Stag ‘C’ Range bedroom suite, designed by John and Sylvia Reid, comprising: two chests of drawers, each with four or three drawers, 75.5cm or 91.5cm wide 74.5cm high, a dressing table, with a folding mirror, top worn, 88cm wide, and a mirrored wardrobe, 91cm wide 181.5cm high (4) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 344 A teak low wall unit, with two tiers, retailed by Heal’s, 152cm wide 38.5cm deep 54cm high, and a cabinet, with lithographed glass sliding doors, 76cm wide 38cm deep 47cm high (2) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 345 A brass and wood table lamp, 1960s, by Stiffel, with four turned teak supports, with a lattice moulded uplighter and a contemporary shade, 103cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 295-694 Lot 346 An AH McIntosh Indian rosewood dining suite, comprising: six chairs (2+4), labelled ‘9513’, a dining table, with two folding leaves, ‘patent number 1012786’, 160cm, and a long sideboard, 213cm wide 45cm deep 75cm high £800 - 1,200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 347 A Staples teak Ladderax shelving system, with eight upright sections, 201cm high, thirteen shelves, eight open box shelves and two fall front cabinets (qty.) £500 - 700 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 348 A Dutch hall rack, designed for Tomado, with attached hooks, 64cm wide 85cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 349 A ‘Maclamp’ brass and black enamelled standard lamp, by G A Scott, 130cm high approximately £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 350 A length of ‘Florian’ furnishing fabric, c.1949, designed by Alastair Morton, made by The Edinburgh Weavers for The Savoy Hotel Group in jacquard woven cotton and Lumetuft, 120 x 275cm £1,500 - 2,000 (plus 26.4% BP) Literature: For the design and V&A Archive photograph, see Lesley Jackson, ‘Alastair Morton and The Edinburgh Weavers’ Visionary Textiles and Modern Art’, pp.174-175, plates 314 and 315. Lot 351 A length of ‘Crystalline’ pattern fabric, c.1962, by Alan Reynolds (1926-2014) for Edinburgh Weavers, jacquard woven rayon and linen, 120cm wide 230cm long £1,500 - 2,000 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 352 William Scott RA (1913-1989), ‘Skaill’, c.1959, for Edinburgh Weavers, wool jacquard weave, in the yellow colourway, 216 x 122cm £600 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 353 A fabric panel ‘Onda Nera’ (Black Wave), by Contessa Friedelinde di Colbertaldo Dinzl for Edinburgh Weavers, 114 x 138cm £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 354 A bolt of Heal’s ‘Tableau’ printed cotton crepe fabric, c.1966, designed by Jyoti Bhomik, 126cm wide 5.5m long approximately £100 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 355 A length of ‘Arundel’ printed fabric, designed by John Piper for Sanderson, 120cm wide 100cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 356 A small textile, ‘Herb Antony’ by Lucienne Day for Heal’s, 25 x 41cm £100 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 357 A small textile, ‘Isosceles’ by Lucienne Day for Heal’s, 28 x 64cm, framed £100 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 358 358 A small textile, ‘Fishermen’ by Keith Vaughan for Edinburgh Weavers, 33 x 48cm, framed £400 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lots 359 to 374 These lots are entered from the estate of the ceramicist Sally Dawson (1927-2017). A teacher and potter based in Hackney, Sally was born in Montreal, Canada, moving to London in 1963 where she studied at the Sir John Cass School of Art. She had a studio in the basement of her house and was a member of the Craft Potters’ Association. Over the years, Sally collected many works by her contemporaries.

Lot 359 *Dame Lucie Rie (1902-1995), a stoneware vase, with a tall trumpet-shaped neck with flaring rim, with a spiral glaze in mushroom, ochre, mauve and green, potter’s mark, 37cm high £8,000 - 12,000 (plus 26.4% BP)

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295-694 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 360 *Joanna Constantinidis (1927-2000), a two-stone stoneware vase, impressed potter’s mark, 10cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 361 *Bernard Leach (1887-1979), a glazed and multifaceted vase, impressed ‘BL’ and with Leach Pottery marks, 14cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 362 *Bernard Leach (1887-1979), a small celadon dish, incised with a gannet, impressed ‘BL’ and with Leach Pottery marks, 12cm diameter £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 363 A collection of four studio ceramics: a lidded vessel, with pinched and impressed details, with a shell knop, 18cm high, a celadon bullet-shaped pot and cover, with lug handles and beads, 13cm high, a flattened vase, 14cm high, an unglazed vase, by Penny Crump, 11.5cm high (5) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

364 Lot 364 Gwyn Hanssen Pigott (Australian, 1935-2013), four bowls, three with central designs, the largest bowl with a crackled glaze, largest 12.5cm high, 20cm diameter (4) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 295-694 Lot 365 *Ian Godfrey (1942-1992), a stoneware desk sculpture, the top centred with four pyramids, the base incised with motifs, 15cm wide, a small ornament, surmounted with a hut, three beads, impressed marks, four chess pieces, and three further pieces (12) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 368 *Ian Godfrey (1942-1992), a pierced stoneware casket, the cover mounted with ten ducks, the interior with another bird, 13cm high, and another pot and cover, mounted with a bird, with an incised band, unsigned, 12.5cm high (4) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 369 A large glazed bowl, 38.5cm diameter, a large slab dish, with a combed design, 36cm wide, and a cylindrical vase, 11.5cm high (3) £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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372 Lot 370 *Siddig el Nigoumi (1931-1996), an earthenware bowl, with an incised border and further motifs, signed ‘Nigoumi, 1981’, 16cm diameter £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 371 A large glazed shouldered vase and cover, 32.5cm, a grey-glazed vase, with a painted band, 27cm high, and a deep temoku-glazed bottle vase, 29cm (4) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

373 Lot 372 A gannet ewer, by Sally Somerville, 27cm high, a pot and cover, incised in ochre, 8cm diameter, a blue tit, by Rosemary Wren at Oxshott, 7cm high, and a small glazed pot, 5cm (5) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 373 A collection of studio ceramics, various makers including Gwyn Hanssen Pigott, Colin Pearson and Jane Hamlyn (23) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 374 Six studio ceramic bowls and vases, and a turned yew wood bowl, largest 22cm (7) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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378 Lot 377 *Keith Munro (b.1958), two graphite vases, each impressed ‘Munro’, 37.5 and 23.5cm high (2) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 378 *Rosemary Wren (1922-2013), two sheep, one glazed, impressed marks, the other inscribed, 20 and 11cm wide (2) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 379 *Neil Ions (b.1949), a teal ocarina whistle, signed and dated 5/4/90, 24.5cm long £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 380 *Rosemary Wren (1922-2013), a lapwing, incised and part glazed, impressed mark, 25cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 381 *Rosemary Wren (1922-2013), a stoneware cow, Oxshott, impressed and inscribed ‘Oxshott and R D Wren’, 16cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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295-694 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 382 *Andrew Crouch (b.1955), a large jug, with a mottled copper glaze, over a dark brown ground, impressed mark, 37cm high £120 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 383 A two-tone vase, by John Gooding, in ochre and brown, impressed, 31.5cm high, and a vase, by John Dunn, with a crackled glaze, signed in gold, 26cm high (2) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 384 John Calver, a large stoneware bowl and jug, each decorated with flowers on a mottled coloured ground, inscribed ‘Calver’, 48cm diameter 35cm high (2) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 385 *David Frith (b.1943), a stoneware vase and cover, on a mottled blue ground, with lug handles, 26cm high (2) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 386 *Jim Robison (b.1939), a stoneware slab dish, incised and painted to the centre, incised ‘Jim Robison 8 8 96’, 34cm wide £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 387 *Geoffrey Swindell (b.1945), two porcelain vessels, each with a crackled glaze, one with a cover with a ring handle, cover ring missing, one incised ‘S’, 8 and 10.5cm high (2) £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 388 *Phil Rogers (b.1951), two stoneware yunomi, one with an horizontal band, the other with leaf touches, a pot and cover, of cylindrical form with impressed details, 7.5cm high, and a bowl, by Tony White, with a part glaze, 8cm diameter (5) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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389 Lot 389 *Seth Cardew (1934-2016), a stoneware dish, painted to the centre with an eagle inscribed ‘I Wing My Way…’, impressed potter’s mark, 31.5cm diameter £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

390 Lot 390 George Cass (20th century), a bowl, with a raspberry glaze, 25cm diameter, a jar and cover of waisted form, with a raspberry glaze, 15.5cm, and a jar and cover, of ovoid form with a mauve speckled glaze, each with impressed marks, 18.5cm high (5) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) George Cass was an industrial ceramicist who taught at North Hertfordshire College, Stevenage in the 1970s.

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391 Lot 391 *William Marshall (1923-2007), a yunomi, with a brown ground and with a turquoise trailing glaze, 10.5cm high, and a faceted vase, with a black/brown glaze, 17.5cm high, both with impressed marks (2) £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 392 *William Marshall (1923-2007), a cream ground bowl, with brown flowers, impressed mark, 16cm diameter, and a jug, with light blue touch glaze, impressed mark, 19cm high (2) £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 393 *William Marshall (1923-2007), a large bowl, in a black-brown glaze, with incised details, incised monogram and dated 1985, 39.5cm diameter £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 394 *David Leach (1911-2005), a tall square form vase, with a black tenmoku glaze and rust ilmenite brush decoration, 25cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 395 Leach Pottery, a Festival of Britain lemonade set, comprising a set of six beakers and a jug, each with an oval plaque ‘1951’, 24.5cm jug 11.8cm beakers (7) £70 - 90 (plus 26.4% BP)

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295-694 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 396 *David Leach (1911-2005), a Lowerdown Pottery teapot, with horizontal bands, blue and orange details and a bamboo handle, raised marks, 27cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 397 *Mike Dodd (b.1943), a faceted pot and cover, with a brown ash glaze, 7.5cm high, a faceted bowl, 14cm diameter, and a vase, with an incised glaze, 19cm high (3) £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 398 *Phil Rogers (b.1951), a salt-glazed, faceted vase, with a trailing glaze, impressed mark, 24.5cm £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 399 *Phil Rogers (b.1951), a vase, with an incised shoulder, an ash glaze with finger wipes, impressed mark, 18.5cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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400 Lot 400 *Jim Malone (b.1946), a bowl, with a cream brushed slip ground, with iron details, impressed monogram, 10.5cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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401 Lot 401 *Jim Malone (b.1946), a bottle vase, with incised details and lug handles, 21.5cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

402 Lot 402 *Lisa Hammond (b.1956), a stoneware teapot, with a willow handle £70 - 90 (plus 26.4% BP)

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403 Lot 403 *Clive Bowen (b.1943), a slipware bowl, 23.5cm diameter, and a slipware pot and cover, with incised details, 17cm high (2) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

404 Lot 404 *Clive Bowen (b.1943), a slipware pot and cover, in black with cream trellis, 16.5cm high, and two slipware dishes (3) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 405 *Svend Bayer (b.1946), an heavy-glazed bottle vase, 26cm high £120 - 180 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 406 *Svend Bayer (b.1946), a large glazed vase, with impressed shell details, 38cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 407 *Lucie Rie (Austrian, 1902-1995), a white-glazed, handled pot, with a brown trailing edge glaze, impressed marks, chips, 12cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 408 Lee Kang-Hyo (Korean, b.1961), two punch’ong-glazed pots and covers, 15 and 11cm high, and a tall cylindrical vase, 21cm high (3) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 409 Ken Matsuzaki (Japanese, b.1950), a yohen square vase, incised marks, with original box, 25.5cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 410 Ken Matsuzaki (Japanese, b.1950), an Oribe bowl, with pinched edge, on three lug feet, and an Oribe vase, incised marks, 19cm high (2) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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295-694 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 411 Shinsaku Hamada (Japanese, b.1929), two yunomi, with a central band or faceted, with original box, 8cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 412 *Jean-Nicolas Gérard (French, b.1954), a large slab vase, 20cm high, a chicken dish, 37cm long (2) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 413 A pottery vase, in the style of John Perceval, of tapering form painted with a stylised nude with flowing hair, 45cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 414 *Trevor Corser (1938-2015) a tenmoku glazed vase, Leach Pottery, with ‘TC’ monogram and ‘Leach Pottery’ seal, 35cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 415 Abdo Nagi (1941-2001), a mottled green vase, with a wide lip, impressed mark, 25.5cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 416 A collection of various Studio Pottery items, mostly by Annie Hull, to include: a Winchcombe bowl, a jug, by Graham Lovett, 17.5cm high, and an egg shape, by Bob Race, 21cm high (qty.) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 417 Leach Pottery, a set of eight Lowerdown Pottery cups and saucers, together with four further jugs, each with Leach Pottery marks, 21cm highest (12) £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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422 Lot 420 Karl Pollak (1902-1986) PORTRAIT STUDIES to include Hogan Mander, Rolf Winquist, Thomas Dugdale, Sir Robert Young, The Mayor of Westminster, The Hon. Greville Howard, Prince Vladimir Galitzine, Nicholas Becker, Lord Cecil of Chalwood, Ernest Thesiger, Ten, three unsigned, black and white photographs, most pencil signed with studio stamp and exhibition labels largest 49 x 36cm (13) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 421 An Italian pottery figure, modelled by Tiziano Galli (1908-1986), of a lady kneeling holding flowers with a look of surprise as her bikini seems to have snapped, inscribed ‘T Galli, Made in Italy’, 43cm high £600 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 422 A Wedgwood pottery squat vase, designed by Keith Murray, of compressed form, in a white moonstone glaze, printed marks, 16cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 423 A Wedgwood cream ‘moonstone’ vase, designed by Keith Murray, painted mark, cracked, 28cm high, and a bowl, cracked, 24.5cm diameter (2) £100 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 425 A lamp base, painted with vertical bands, 27cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 424 An Italian stoneware lamp base, inscribed ‘Gambone, Italy’, 32cm high, together with another lamp base, with a grid pattern, inscribed ‘Capron, France B11’, 38cm high (2) £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 426 A pair of Italian vide poche, chrome and horn mounted, 19cm square, together with a pen, a letter opener, and a glass ashtray, 18cm square (5) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

425 Lot 427 A pair of glass bowls, by Seguso, each modelled as shells with a lustre finish, 21.3cm wide (2) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 428 A ‘Don’ table lamp, designed by Ettore Sottsass for Stilnovo in 1973, 42.5cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Electrical Goods All electrical goods offered in this sale have either been tested and certified by an appropriately qualified electrician or have been operationally disabled. We would strongly advise that any intended re-commissioning is undertaken by an appropriately qualified electrician.

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Lot 431 A ten-piece set of cutlery, 1960s, by Joseph Rodgers, Sheffield, with wood handles, comprising knives, forks and spoons, together with a rack £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 432 A set of eight Arper Catifa 46 chairs, in red and white (8) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 433 A contemporary glass handkerchief coffee table, 125cm wide 80cm deep 34.5cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 434 A pair of Christian Dior faux tusk and silver plated twin branch candelabra, c.1970, 25cm high (2) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 439 A pair of Italian wall lights, mounted with a frosted and curved shade, fitted on a brass bracket, one shade missing, 11cm wide 16.5cm deep 33.5cm high (2) £250 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 437 A chrome sixteen-light table lamp, 95cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 440 A pair of Barovier & Toso moulded table lamps, with printed shades, 30cm high (2) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 438 An aluminium and chrome stool, with a painted cork seat, cast hexagonal manufacturer’s label, 42cm long £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 441 An aluminium cantilever desk lamp Mk II, designed by Gerald Abramovitz for Best & Lloydin, 1963, 70cm wide 51cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

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442 Lot 443 *Charlote Cornish (b.1967) THEN AND NOW! Screenprint, 2001, signed in pencil, printed in an edition of 95 74 x 124cm, framed £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 444 *Victor Vasarely (1906-1997) BASEL, 1983 Screenprint in colours, signed and numbered 250/275 image 66 x 66cm, framed 83 x 79cm £500 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 446 Ludwig Sander (American, 1906-1975) UNTITLED - PURPLE AND BLUE, c.1970 Signed and numbered screenprint from an edition of 90 56 x 50cm, framed 69 x 63cm £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 445 *Peter Stroud (1921-2012) UNTITLED - ORANGE Screenprint in colours, 1971, signed and dated in pencil from an edition of 125 67 x 82cm, framed £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 447 Ludwig Sander (American, 1906-1975) UNTITLED - RED AND BLUE, c.1970 Signed and numbered screenprint from an edition of 90 51 x 56cm, framed 64 x 69cm £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 450 A teak single drop-leaf table, 150cm wide 80cm deep 72cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 451 A pair of ‘EA124’ lounge chairs, designed by Charles and Ray Eames (2) £600 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP)

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454 Lot 453 A lounge sofa, c.1960, designed by Bertil Fridhagen, produced by Trensum, Sweden, with original sprung cushions on a wooden frame, 200cm wide £800 - 1,000 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 454 A teak and chrome cantilever table, 1970s, with a pair of benches, 116cm long 76cm open 40cm closed (3) £200 - 400 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 455 A Danish oval teak drop-leaf dining table, designed by Kurt Østervig for Jason Møbler, stamped with ‘Danish Furniture Makers’ Control’ label, 130cm wide 72.5cm high 195cm extended £800 - 1,200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 456 A Danish cream upholstered settee with matching armchair, c.1950, attributed to Kurt Østervig, with button back detailing, teak arm tips and on teak tapered legs, 138cm wide settee 67cm wide armchair (2) £1,200 - 1,500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 457 A Danish light oak coffee table, 1970s, probably Dyrlund, retailed by Heal’s, 140cm wide 78cm deep 51cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 458 An unusual contemporary mechanical sculpture animal automaton, fitted with a 12 volt battery, with an articulated front ‘beak’, a turning head with flashing ‘eyes’, an electric grinder fitted to the rear, which produces sparks when a brake handle is pulled, 160cm high £800 - 1,200 (plus 26.4% BP) 100

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461 Lot 462 A wrought iron table lamp, attributed to René Prou, 50cm high, contemporary stand £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 460 A set of four Italian chrome folding chairs (4) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 463 A FontanaArte table lamp, the hinged branch fixed to a bevelled glass plinth, with a modern shade, 43cm high, and an ashtray, 73cm high (2) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 461 An Italian brass and chrome picture frame, with an easel back, 57.5 x 68cm £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 464 A brown leather ‘bucket’ chair, designed by H W Klein for Bramin Møbler, on a revolving stand £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 465 A Danish black leather lounger, raised on a revolving chrome stand £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 466 Three lounge chairs, with lilac seats and backs, and a matching ottoman, 65cm wide (4) £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 467 A Danish tan leather armchair, 98cm wide £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 468 A Danish black leather three-seater settee, 221.5cm wide £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 469 A Rayban poster ‘Never Hide’, 100cm wide 210cm high £50 - 80 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 470 *Allen Jones (b.1937) KNEELING WOMAN Foil screenprint originally sold as wallpaper 60 x 55cm, framed £350 - 450 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 471 *Bill Wyman (b.1936) ‘RINGO IN SOUTH OF FRANCE 1978’ Colour photograph and numbered 2/12, signed and titled by Bill Wyman 35 x 35cm £150 - 180 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 472 Milton Glaser (American, b.1929) BOB DYLAN Poster created by Push Pin Studios, 1966 83 x 56cm, framed £500 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 473 Malcolm Greensmith MOUNT FUJI, c.1970 Signed, watercolour 36.5 x 28cm, framed 52 x 43cm £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 474 After Andy Warhol (1928-1987), offset lithographic poster, 1985, for the Exhibition at the Art Museum, Princeton University, together with two other posters by the artist, overall 100 x 70cm, unframed (3) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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476 Lot 475 A steel table lamp, with a ‘D’ shaped shade, 72cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 476 A pair of bentwood lounger chairs, with brown leather seats, 65cm long (2) £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 477 A Falcon bentwood lounger, with tan leather seat, on a slung canvas support, and a glass coffee table, 90cm diameter (2) £120 - 180 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 478 A red enamel desk lamp, 41cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 479 A pair of brown leather loungers, raised on chrome revolving stands (2) £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 480 A pair of lacquered cabinets, 1970s, each with three drawers, on ball feet, 41cm wide 60cm deep 56.5cm high (2) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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295-694 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 481 Five CH24 ‘Wishbone’ chairs, designed by Hans J Wegner for Carl Hansen & Søn in red with woven seats and silver labels, worn (5) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) These chairs were bought by Don Cuthbert, who worked at the Interspace International Furniture and Design Centre, London, which had been set up by Nanna Ditzel in 1968.

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Lot 482 § A Danish rosewood side table, c.1970, designed by Aksel Kjersgaard with two drawers, branded ‘No. 384’ with ‘Danish Furniture Makers’ Control’ label, 60cm wide 36cm deep 52cm high, and a mirror en suite, stamped ‘No. 166K’, 58.5cm wide 105.5cm high (2) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 483 Four ‘Plia’ folding chairs, in white, designed by Giancarlo Piretti for Castelli, two further chairs, with cane seats and backs, and five additional seats (11) £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 484 ‘The Big Easy Chair’, designed by Ron Arad for Moroso, Italy, 1991, upholstered in original blue wool, 125cm wide £1,200 - 1,500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 485 An ‘Up’ chair and ottoman, designed by Gaetano Pesce for B&B Italia, in jersey striped red and orange fabric (2) £800 - 1,200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 486 A beech desk, designed by Rud Thygesen and Johnny Sørensen for Magnus Olesen, with a pair of black lacquered three-drawer cabinets, labelled, 202cm wide 90cm deep 71cm high (3) £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 487 A vinyl kitchen table, 1950s, printed with fruit and flowers in a basket, 75.5cm wide 77cm high, and a set of four chairs (5) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 488 A pair of contemporary baseball glove chairs, in tan leather, with chequered panels, labelled, 120cm deep 122cm high seat 48cm high (2) £600 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 489 A chrome and burr walnut dining suite, probably designed by Willy Rizzo for Maison Jansen, comprising: a table, with a pull-over leaf, 87cm wide 120cm long six chairs, and a sideboard, with three cupboards, 183cm wide 45cm deep 79cm high (8) £1,000 - 1,500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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295-694 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 490 Valentin Nectar Saladrigas NUDE A glazed picture 40 x 120cm £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 491 § A Danish rosewood ‘Flip-Flap’ oval extending dining table, c.1970, by Dyrlund, with four extra folding leaves, 162cm wide 109cm deep 73cm high 250.5cm extended 131cm wide extended together with eight dining chairs, each with blue Dralon seats and backs, labelled ‘H F Spøttrup, Made in Denmark’ (9) £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 492 § A rosewood long wall-mounted sideboard, 1960s, designed by Robert Heritage for Archie Shine, with a vinyl top over drawers and sliding cupboards, mounted on a wall plate, 213cm wide 46cm deep 46cm high wall bracket 69cm high £600 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP)

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492 Lot 494 A contemporary oval table and eight chairs, the table with a composition ‘marble’ top and base, the chairs now painted black and reupholstered 207cm wide 115cm deep (9) £500 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 493 An Italian four-light chandelier, with a rectangular glass panel, 84cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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496 Lot 495 A pair of French iron wall lights, modelled as flaming torches, on ring brackets, 110cm high (2) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 496 A five-branch hanging light, 1970s, with a turned wood drop finial and mounts, 70cm high overall 57cm diameter £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 497 A three-seater leather sofa, designed by Percival Lafer, 200cm wide 87cm deep 72cm high £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 498 A ‘606 Universal’ shelving system, designed by Dieter Rams in 1960 for Vitsoe, in two sections with three uprights and twelve shelves, 91cm wide 23.5cm deep 240cm high uprights £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 499 A contemporary leather and steel ‘Tank’ armchair, 80cm wide £200 - 400 (plus 26.4% BP)

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295-694 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 500 A set of four ‘4867 Universale’ chairs, designed by Joe Colombo for Kartell (4) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 501 A palm tree table lamp, in the style of Maison Charles, with three lights, 74cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 502 A Model No. 91 circular coffee table, designed by Alvar Aalto in 1931, labelled ‘Finmar Ltd’, worn, 126.5cm diameter 60cm high together with a No. 60 stool (2) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 503 A lounge chair, designed by Alf Svensson for Ljungs Industrier, reupholstered £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 504 A set of four teak chairs, Hovmand Olsen for Mogens Kold, with strung seats, labelled (4) £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

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505 Lot 506 Carel Weight (1908-1997) ‘CUP TIE’; Alistair Grant (1925-1997) ‘PIGEON RACING’ two screenprints from the Guinness Book of Records series, 38 x 51cm (2) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

506 Lot 507 Gerd Winner (b.1936), ‘ISLE OF DOGS II’, 1971 Screenprint, signed and numbered 56/75 in pencil 95 x 63cm paper 105.5 x 76.5cm £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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511 Lot 508 A mounted section of ‘Crystalline’ pattern fabric, c.1962, by Alan Reynolds (1926-2014) for Edinburgh Weavers, jacquard woven rayon and linen, 52 x 68cm £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 509 A small textile, ‘Full Measure’, by Kenneth Rowntree for Edinburgh Weavers, 38.5 x 63.5cm, framed £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 510 A small textile, ‘Glydyrs’, by John Piper for Sanderson, 50 x 40.5cm, framed £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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512 Lot 511 A textile panel, ‘Arundel’, by John Piper for Sanderson, 30.5 x 37.5cm, framed £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 512 A large textile, ‘Naxos’, by John Drummond for Hull Traders, 106 x 142cm £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 513 A large textile, ‘Totem’, by Trevor Coleman for Hull Traders, 58 x 120cm £100 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 514 A large textile, ‘Northern Cathedral’ (Sheffield Cathedral) by John Piper for Sandersons, 73.5 x 98.5cm £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 518 A pair of oak armchairs, designed by Hans Wegner for Getama, with turquoise seat and back, stamped (2) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 519 A Danish tan leather tub chair, 74cm wide £120 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

519 Lot 515 A ‘Soriana’ sofa, designed by Afra and Tobia Scarpa for Cassina, corduroy and chrome, 250cm wide £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 516 A plastic coffee table, designed by Robin Day for Hille, in black with a removable white top, 61cm square 41cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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520 Lot 517 A pair of armchairs, designed by Hans Wegner for Getama, with purple upholstered back and seats, stamped (2) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 520 A Danish oak open bookcase, with two banks of six shelves, each on a plinth base, 138cm wide 31cm deep 195.5cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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295-694 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 521 An Italian polished steel and lacquered sideboard, by Saporiti, 1975, with an arrangement of three cupboards, over three further cupboards in the plinth, 201cm wide 54cm deep 86cm high £600 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 522 Three French brass cabinets, each with mirrored tops, with suede panels, each 79.5cm wide 50cm deep 65, 80 and 89cm high (3) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 523 A Danish brown leather corner sofa, by Tamms, with a black plinth, 225cm wide £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 524 Four tubular chrome bar stools, with blue button seats (4) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 525 A Danish circular dining table, by Gudme Møbelfabrik, with an extra leaf, stamped with ‘Danish Furniture Makers’ Control’ label, and a set of four chairs, 105cm diameter leaf 48.5cm wide (5) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 529 An Italian ten-branch ceiling light, 1970s, 80cm high 40cm diameter £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 530 An Italian chrome and blue glass ceiling light, with an adjustable flat square shade, 70cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 531 A Danish bronzed aluminium pendant light, 35cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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537 536 Lot 532 A glass and chrome plafonnier or wall light, 1960s, by FontanaArte, 32cm square 11cm deep £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 533 A ‘Skye’ lounger, designed by Tord Björklund for Ikea in tan leather, 160cm wide £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 534 An oak circular coffee table, 109cm diameter £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 536 A suite of mahogany wall shelves, by Bramin, various sizes (qty.) £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 535 A Danish green-upholstered settee, designed by Folke Ohlsson for Dux, 190cm wide £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 537 A Danish brown leather two-seater settee, by Skipper Møbler A/S, 147cm wide £200 - 400 (plus 26.4% BP)

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540 Lot 538 A Danish brown leather three-seater settee, 200cm wide £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 539 A pair of Danish teak high-sided cabinets, each with three shelves over sliding cupboards, 100cm wide 42.5cm deep 182cm high £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP) 116

Lot 540 A Danish three-seater settee, in red burgundy leather, 215cm wide £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 542 A Danish leather two-seater settee, 142cm wide £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 541 A Danish tile-top and oak circular coffee table, the centre mounted on a chrome stand, 120cm diameter 48cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 543 A Danish two-tier corner cupboard, both tiers with a tambour-fronted cupboard and enclosing a shelf, 99cm wide 45cm deep 156cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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295-694 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 544 Eight backed stools, designed by Alvar Aalto, each with red seats, some labelled ‘Artek, N65 back, 2008’ (8) £140 - 220 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 545 A pair of oak low armchairs, with red slung seats and backs (2) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 546 Three Danish black and white pendant ceiling shades, 28cm high (3) £70 - 90 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 547 A wrought iron garden table, with a modern granite top, 200cm wide 90cm deep 76cm high £200 - 400 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 548 An Italian ebonised console table, with a two-part green marble top, raised on a scrolled stand, 193cm wide 31cm deep 86.5cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 549 A French brass and leather-mounted coffee table, 90cm square 41cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 550 A contemporary marble coffee table, with lyre-shaped supports with applied feathers, 105cm wide 62cm deep 56cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 551 An Indian rosewood coffee table, with a central mosaic band, raised on a chrome strut stand, 175cm wide 65cm deep 53cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 552 A lacquered coffee table, 1960s, on brass supports, 75.5cm square 43cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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554 Lot 553 A mahogany side table, with a latticed top, over four sliding trays, 55cm square 31.5cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 554 An Italian walnut sideboard, with three cupboards over two glass shelves, 200cm wide 40cm deep 163cm high £500 - 700 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 555 A modern coffee table, the square glass top on a Perspex and chrome ‘X’ frame stand, 80cm square 32cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 556 A chrome four-light hanging electrolier, with twenty-one flower head branches, 48cm diameter 40cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 557 A five-light table lamp, with white glass globe shades, with a further light in the alabaster bowl, 80cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 558 A brass three-branch standard lamp, designed by Tommaso Barbi, 1970s, each branch issuing with embossed leaves forming the shade, 201cm high £1,500 - 2,000 (plus 26.4% BP)

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558 Lot 559 A chrome and glass six-light ceiling light, 1970s, with clear and amber glass shades, 53cm diameter 37cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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560 Lot 560 An Arkana circular white table, 122cm diameter, and four chairs (5) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 563 A French chrome coffee table, the verre églomisé mirrored top, raised on a chrome base, 125cm wide 72cm deep 35cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 564 A pair of ‘Jason’ chairs, designed by Frank Guille for Kandya, now painted white (2) £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 565 A Modernist ‘Fenice’ silver-plated tea and coffee service, designed by Lino Sabattini, facsimile signature, stamped ‘Fenice 1989/1994 Collezione Sabattini, Italy’, coffee pot 23cm high £1,500 - 2,000 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 566 An Italian alabaster palm tree urn uplighter, 33cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 567 A Georg Jensen sterling silver chocolate pot and cover, with an ebonised handle and knop, stamped ‘Georg Jensen Silversmiths Ltd., 1A, Denmark, Sterling’, 14.5cm high £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 568 A brass wall clock, 1950s, by Kienzle, in the Bauhaus style, 22.5cm diameter £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 569 A pair of PH5 hanging pendant lights, designed by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen, in white with blue and purple prunts, 50cm diameter (2) £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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572 Lot 570 § Seven Danish rosewood and glass hanging lights, c.1970, 20cm high overall, two pairs of aluminium pendant shades, 16.5cm high, and a pendant rise/fall ‘Rolly’ ceiling light (12) £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 571 A Jefferson ‘Golden Hour’ electric clock, 22.5cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 572 A Rosenthal Studio Line ‘Pollo’ vase, designed by Tapio Wirkkala, limited Edition, 2012, printed marks, 19cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 573 Three Rosenthal Studio Line ‘Pollo’ vases, designed by Tapio Wirkkala, printed marks, 8.5cm (3) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 574 A Christofle ‘Mercury’ four-piece coffee set, designed by Lino Sabattini in 1970, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, cream jug and covered sugar bowl, each of cylindrical form, stamped marks, coffee pot 21.5cm high (7) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) This model was originally designed in 1970 for the private aeroplane of President Georges Pompidou of France.

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Lot 575 A Braun ‘Atelier II’ radiogram, deisgned by Dieter Rams, 1961, 58cm wide, with two ‘LII’ speakers (3) £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 577 A contemporary Perspex coffee table, tinted blue, 105cm diameter £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 576 A Philips table lamp, 1950s, designed by Louis Kalff, in grey, 44cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 578 A pair of French chrome and brass table lamps, 46cm high to top of lamp 79cm high overall (2) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 579 An Italian console table, by Borsani, the travertine top, broken, over a carved frame, with four vellum-fronted drawers, 172cm wide 44cm deep 92cm high £800 - 1,200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 582 A Monart glass bowl, with clear and yellow bands, 26.5cm diameter £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 583 A glass vase, by Sam Herman (b.1936), of tapering form, in mauve with blue and green-mottled bands, signed and dated 1982, 22cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 580 A circular glass dish, by Tapio Wirkkala and numbered ‘3318’, chipped 20cm diameter £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 584 A glass dish, by Lorna Fellas, of shallow form, made with short glass rods, 34.5cm, with original box £140 - 180 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 581 An hand blown glass vase, by Peter Crisp, in clear glass with red inclusions, signed and numbered F1127390, 40cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 585 A cased glass and moulded vase, by Sandy Bowden, signed and dated 1982, 9cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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589 Lot 586 A Venini ‘Coreani’ dish, designed by Tapio Wirkkala in blue and green glass, inscribed ‘Venini Italia TW’, 49.5cm £700 - 900 (plus 26.4% BP)

587 Lot 587 Two Gray-Stan glass vases, one in mottled green, 23.5cm, and one of spiral trumpet form, 21cm (2) £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 589 A glass and gold ‘Gingko’ bowl, by Stephen Schlanser, with gilt engraved leaf designs, signed ‘1999’ and ‘S Schlanser 04’, 56cm diameter £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 588 An Okra iridescent glass vase, by Richard Golding, inscribed ‘Okra 93 CP.10 No.2 RP Golding’, 26.5cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 590 A modern, limited edition, Lalique ‘Mossi’ glass vase, designed in 1933, in black glass with polished raised prunts or nodules, inscribed ‘Lalique France 289/999’, with label, 21cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 591 A mottled glass and lustre vase, by Peter Layton, signed, 14cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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592 Lot 592 Two Flygsfors ‘Coquille’ vases, designed by Paul Kedelv, both inscribed, 31.5 and 26cm high, an Aureliano Toso-style vase, 25cm high, and another, 28cm high (4) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

593 Lot 593 An iridescent glass bird, by Oiva Toikka for Nuutajarvi, signed, 21cm wide £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 594 A Venini ‘Pillar’ glass vase by Vincenzo Nason, of square form in black with gold aventurine, labelled ‘Aventurina Murano Italy’, 30.5cm £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 595 Three Venini-style vases, with aventurine inclusions, 42 x 20cm high and 14cm diameter £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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295-694 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 596 A pair of ‘AX’ armchairs, designed by Peter Hvidt and Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen for Fritz Hansen, with blue upholstery, labelled (2) £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 597 A T14 glass coffee table, designed by Peter Ghyczy, with cast bronze supports, 90cm square, 45cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 598 An oak coffee table, 100cm square 50cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 599 A Danish lounge settee and matching armchair, c.1950, by Arne Hovmand-Olsen for Alf Juul Rasmussen, with solid oak frame, settee 160cm wide 75cm high armchair 76cm wide (2) £1,800 - 2,000 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 600 An Anthos dentist’s chair, labelled ‘Imola (Italy)’ £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 601 Two standard lamps, one adjustable, 160 and 125cm approximately (2) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 604 A Danish two-tier open bookcase, raised on a wenge wood plinth, 65cm wide 32cm deep 70cm high, and two standard lamps (3) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 602 A Danish teak high-sided cabinet, with three sliding doors enclosing shelves and drawers, over three further drawers, 160cm wide 45.5cm deep 120cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 605 A light oak sideboard, with two sliding cupboards, enclosing shelves and coloured trays, labelled ‘Larson & Son’, raised on low stands with metal supports, 134.5cm wide 46cm deep 83.5cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 603 A desk chair, with a vinyl back and seat, labelled ‘Mahongg Holland’, and another, of tubular steel (2) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 606 An oak and brown leather three-seater settee, by Bruksbo, Norway, 220cm wide £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 607 § A Danish rosewood desk, the rectangular top over drawers and a cupboard, the reverse with an open bookshelf flanked with hinged cupboards, 150cm wide 82.5cm deep 73cm high £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 608 § A Danish rosewood desk, with a floating top and a chamfered edge over three drawers either side, with two shelves and a cupboard to the reverse, 150cm wide 74.5cm deep 72cm high £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 610 § A rosewood open bookcase, by Hundevad, with six adjustable shelves on turned legs, 70cm wide 30.5cm deep 199cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 609 A Danish green leather settee, by Skipper Møbler A/S, 146cm wide £350 - 450 (plus 26.4% BP)

610 FURNITURE MADE OF BRAZILIAN ROSEWOOD (DALBERGIA NEGRA) To comply with CITES Regulations on post-1947 furniture made of Brazilian Rosewood, all post-war rosewood furniture items have Article 10 certificates. If you are purchasing rosewood furniture for commercial purposes and not solely for your own use, CITES regulations require you to obtain your own certificate. You would need to contact the Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency (‘AHVLA’) and, as part of the process of obtaining your document, it is a requirement that you have seen sight of the Sworders’ certificate or are aware of its reference number. It is therefore the responsibility of commercial buyers to ensure that they obtain a copy of the appropriate certificate, or the certificate reference number, after purchase from Sworders Fine Art Auctioneers. All certificate reference numbers are listed on our website, www.sworder.co.uk, within ‘Condition Report’.

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ARTS & CRAFTS POST-WAR ANDAND MODERN ART NOUVEAU OBJECTS, FURNITURE FURNITUREAND ANDLIGHTING OBJECTS 1-76 295-694 Lot 611 A coloured glass vase, in the style of Dino Martens, 24.5cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 612 A Val St Lambert glass vase, c.1950, of spiral cylindrical form in shades of pink, 34.5cm high £80 - 100 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 613 A rare glass and aventurine vase, by André Thuret (1898-1965), signed to the pontil ‘André Thuret’, 17.5cm high £800 - 1,000 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 614 A blue glass vase, in the style of Barovier & Toso, with flecked moulded sides on a low foot, 33cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 615 A pair of Murano vases, in the style of Fratelli Toso, each with spiral bands, 24cm high (2) £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 616 An Aureliano Toso glass vase, attributed to Dino Martens, c.1952, of tapering form, with polychrome inclusions, with a label ‘MADE IN ITALY’ and numbered ‘3509’ in red, 36.5cm high £800 - 1,200 (plus 26.4% BP) Literature: See Marc Heireman’s ‘Vetreria Aureliano Toso, Murano 1938-1968: Designs by Dino Martens, Enrico Potz and Gino Poli’, 2016, for similar designs and examples by Dino Martens. The number ‘3509’ relates to the model list and, even though this is incomplete, the date of similar numbers is 1952. Also, there is a similar design illustrated - No. 055.

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295-694 1-76 POST-WAR ARTS & CRAFTS AND AND MODERN ART NOUVEAU OBJECTS, FURNITURE FURNITUREAND ANDLIGHTING OBJECTS Lot 617 Four Holmegaard green-tinted items, 1960-62, designed by Per Lütken, inscribed and dated, 30.5cm highest, another vase, numbered ‘18160’, 20.5cm, a white glass bottle vase, with remnants of label, 44cm high, and three other pieces of glass, including a Mdina scent bottle (9) £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 618 Two pairs of glass centrepieces, designed by Tapio Wirkkala, 7 and 17cm high (4) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 619 Four Scandinavian cased glass items, a triple ringed vase, etched ‘Posröm’, a bottle vase, and two vases and covers, 34cm highest (6) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 620 § A Merrow Associates rosewood and chrome coffee table, c.1970 with a glass top, over the rosewood undertier, on castors, 83.5cm wide 85cm deep 40.5cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 295-694 Lot 621 A ‘Karin’ suede easy armchair, designed by Bruno Mathsson for Dux £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 622 ‘Cramer Baletten Svenska Riksteatern’, a poster, designed by Bjorn Wimblad, 69 x 99cm framed £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 623 British School (mid 20th century), a carved stone sculpture, mounted within a painted plinth, 46.5cm high £1,000 - 1,500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 624 A Longchamps leather ice bucket, 1960s, in the form of an elephant foot with brass hinged cover, gilt stamped ‘Longchamps, Paris’, 17cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 625 A ‘Prince Matchabelli’ moulded glass scent bottle, modelled as a crown, with original contents, 21cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 626 A ‘Radio in a Bag’, designed by Daniel Weil, 21cm wide 29cm high £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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295-694 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 627 Three coloured ‘devil’ masks, after Gio Ponti, 38 and 49.5cm high (3) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 628 A pair of teak lounge armchairs, each with purple seats and backs (2) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 629 A Danish teak desk, by Dyrlund, with a tambour back opening to reveal drawers and pigeonholes when the writing surface is pulled out, with an hinged writing surface, labelled, 110cm wide 70.5cm deep 99cm high £500 - 700 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 630 A pair of Swedish side chairs, with shaped backs and moss green seats, branded ‘Swedish Design Seffle Made in Sweden’ (2) £70 - 100 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 632 A teak armchair, with a green upholstered back and seat, labelled ‘Pasloe’, 70cm wide £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 637 A Fornasetti circular ‘Flowers of the Night’ wall mirror, the lithographical frame with flowers, centred with a mirror with nine convex roundels, labelled ‘Fornasetti Milano, Made in Italy’, 27.5cm diameter £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 638 Fornasetti items: two Piatto Calendario no. 24 and 25, 1991/1992, numbered 324/750 and 259/750, 23 and 24cm diameter, an ashtray, with a concave centre with mask, 12.7cm diameter, and an oval dish, printed with a hand, 16.4cm (4) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 635 A Goldscheider pottery lamp base, modelled as a lady powdering her face, inscribed ‘XXVII, D2’ and printed ‘PH’, extensively restored, 46cm £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 636 Two Wiener Werkstätte-style pottery corner sculptures, modelled as the Madonna and Child and a man playing a horn below a tree, unsigned, 32.5 and 26cm high (2) £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP)

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295-694 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 639 A Moorcroft pottery ‘Bark Thief’ jardinière and stand, 1995, designed by Rachel Bishop, the jardinière dated 29.1.96, numbered 1/50, both signed by John Moorcroft, jardinière 26.5cm stand 60cm high (2) £700 - 900 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 640 A Moorcroft pottery ‘Profusion’ vase, 2001, designed by Philip Gibson, numbered 46/100, 42.5cm high £400 - 600 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 641 A Moorcroft pottery ‘Lamia’ vase, 1994, designed by Rachel Bishop, dated 5.5.95, signed by John Moorcroft and numbered 23/100, 52.5cm high £500 - 700 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 642 A Moorcroft pottery ‘After The Storm’ vase, 1996, signed by Walter Moorcroft and dated 25.2.99, numbered 148/200, 52.5cm high £700 - 900 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 644 Five Scandinavian glass vases, in red and orange, 28cm high (5) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 646 Five Scandinavian glass vases, in red, highest 25cm (5) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 645 Five Scandinavian glass vases, in blue and green, highest 28cm (5) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 647 Four Scandinavian glass vases, two in blue and two amber glass bottle vases, highest 31cm (4) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 648 A garniture of two pairs of Scandinavian glass vases, in red and orange, highest 27.5cm (4) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 649 Six Scandinavian glass vases, in turquoise and green, highest 25cm (6) £80 - 120 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 650 A pair of Italian walnut armchairs, with reupholstered seats (2) £200 - 400 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 651 A contemporary sofa, with lilac upholstered cushions, 142cm wide £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 652 A Danish light oak cupboard, opening to reveal a birch interior with drawers and shelves, with ‘Danish Makers’ Control’ label, 108cm wide 43.5cm deep 80cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 653 A Danish light oak four-drawer chest, raised on turned supports, stamped marks, 108cm wide 42.5cm deep 57cm high £120 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

654 Lot 654 A teak square coffee table, stamped maker’s mark, 80cm square 55cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 656 A Danish teak cabinet, the hinged front carved with African dancers, raised on shaped supports, 82cm wide 40.5cm deep 66cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 657 A light oak cabinet, with an arrangement of shelves and two coloured trays, raised on low stands with metal supports, labelled ‘Larson & Son’, 143.5cm wide 36cm deep 84cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 658 A Danish teak coffee table, raised on ‘Y’ shaped supports, 170cm wide 60cm deep 55cm high £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 659 A sheep footstool, after François-Xavier Lalanne, carved wood and wool, 93cm wide 82cm high £600 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP) Lots 660-669 Spare lots Lot 670 A sheep footstool, after François-Xavier Lalanne, carved wood and wool, 93cm wide 82cm high £600 - 800 (plus 26.4% BP)

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295-694 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Electrical Goods All electrical goods offered in this sale have either been tested and certified by an appropriately qualified electrician or have been operationally disabled. We would strongly advise that any intended recommissioning is undertaken by an appropriately qualified electrician.

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Lot 671 Two abstract bronze sculptures, one gilt, the other patinated, both inscribed ‘C.S’ and numbered ‘4/8’ and ‘2/8’, 15cm high (2) £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 672 A three-light ‘melting’ centrepiece, wrought iron and painted, stamped ‘Prof Zambelli’, 51cm high, and two further pairs of candlesticks, 27cm high (5) £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 673 A wrought iron and glass chandelier, mounted with six lights and hung with shards of glass, 83cm diameter 35cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 674 An architect’s table, designed by Friso Kramer and Wim Rietveld for Ahrend, c.1963, 107cm wide 74cm deep 75.5cm high horizontally £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 675 Five ‘Lipstick’ lights, designed by Tom Dixon (b.1959) for the Paramount Bar Centre Point, London, 2008, aluminium with purple interiors, each 47cm wide 20cm diameter (5) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 677 An American walnut cabinet, the parquetry panelled top enclosing shelves and two drawers over two further drawers, stencilled ‘305 CHEST BASE/CHEST TOP YOUNG MFG. CO 9-69’, 100cm wide 46cm deep 160cm high £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 678 A tubular brass set of shelves, each with glass shelves, the lower section with a sliding table, 120cm wide 46cm deep 182.5cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 679 A lounger and ottoman, 1970s, by Westnofa, with red leather seats, labelled (2) £150 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP)

Lot 680 A ‘Diabolo’ planter, designed by Willy Guhl, 91cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 681 Two ‘Diabolo’ planters, designed by Willy Guhl, 60cm high (2) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 682 A Danish oak open bookcase, with two banks of six shelves each, on a plinth base, 138cm wide 31cm deep 195.5cm high £250 - 350 (plus 26.4% BP)

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295-694 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 683 A Kundalini Yoga standard lamp, 198cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 684 A Danish settee, designed by Hans Olsen, in need of reupholstery, 156cm wide £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 685 A pair of Danish light oak bookcases, each with two banks of two shelves, one with wear to front edge, 122cm wide 26cm deep 159cm high (2) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 686 An Italian ebonised and walnut illuminated coffee table, fitted with coloured glass panels, 41cm high £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 687 A walnut vase, by Richard Chapman (b.1951), signed ‘RM Chapman’, 39cm high £100 - 150 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 688 A large chrome ‘Arc’ lamp, 1970s, with a mauve shade, 235cm high £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 689 A walnut and brass dining table, 1970s, the rectangular top raised on a central plinth, 200cm wide 95cm deep 73cm high £700 - 900 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 690 A pair of chromed folding ‘Sóley’ chairs, designed by Valdimar Hardarson for Kusch & Co. (2) £100 - 200 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 691 Two ‘Diabolo’ planters, designed by Willy Guhl, impressed marks ‘Fulgurit’, 59 and 60cm high (2) £200 - 300 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 692 A brass table lamp, with four columns, mounted on a marble plinth, lamp 40cm high 58cm high overall £150 - 250 (plus 26.4% BP) Lot 693 Luigi Tommasi (20th century) a pair of seated bronze nudes, impressed seal marks 60cm high (2) £300 - 500 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lot 694 A pair of LC1 Pampas armchairs, designed by Le Corbusier, a 1960s version for Cassina, with black leather seats, backs and arms, with spring supports, stamped ‘LC1 28497’ and ‘28528’ (2) £500 - 700 (plus 26.4% BP)

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Lots marked with a ‘*’ may attract the Artist’s Resale royalty charge at the rate of 4% of the hammer price. This royalty, where applicable, will be charged to the purchaser.

GLOSSARY OF PICTURE CATALOGUING TERMS A work catalogued with the forename(s) and surname of a recognised destination of an artist is or is probably a work by the artist, eg. David Cox. Nevertheless, intending buyers are reminded that while a full designation is our highest category or authenticity, no unqualified statement as to the authorship is made or intended. A full cataloguing does not necessarily imply a full warranty. Attibuted to David Cox Bears/with signature, inscription, date in our opinion a work of the period of the artist which may in our opinion the signature/inscription/date are not by the be in whole hand of the named artist. or in part the work of the artist. The addition of a question mark (?) after any of the above Circle of David Cox cataloguing terms indicates in our opinion a work from the period of the artist and an element of doubt. showing his influence. A work catalogued as ‘School’ accompanied by the name Follower of David Cox of a place or country and a date means that in our opinion in our opinion a work executed in the style of David Cox the work was executed at that time and in the location, eg. South Netherlands School, circa 1750. After David Cox in our opinion a copy of any date after a work by the artist All references to signatures, inscriptions and dates refer to the present state of the work, ie. as at the time of Signed/inscribed/dated inspection for the purpose of cataloguing. in our opinion the work has been signed/inscribed/dated by the artist Condition reports are not included in the descriptions.

ARTIST’S RESALE RIGHT (ARR) What is Artist’s Resale Right? Following a European Directive in 2006, the Artist’s Resale Right entitles creators of original works of art to a royalty each time their work is resold, with the involvement of an auction house, for 1,000 Euros or more. This right covers sales of work by living artists and also the beneficiaries and heirs of artists deceased within the last 70 years of the sale. How are resale royalties calculated? The artist’s royalty depends on the hammer price (sale price without any VAT or Buyer’s Premium). The higher the sale price of the artwork, the lower the overall royalty rate. The royalty is worked out according to a sliding scale from 4% to 0.25%.

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What is the qualifying threshold? An artwork must sell for more than €1,000 to qualify for a royalty. The law defines the price threshold in Euros and, because the exchange rate between the two currencies changes daily, the equivalent in Pounds Sterling must be worked out according to the exchange rate on the date the artwork was sold.

What nationality must an artist be to qualify? The Artist’s Resale Right applies to the sale of artworks in the European Economic Area (EEA). The following countries are in the EEA: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom. Artists who are nationals of these countries are therefore generally eligible to receive resale royalties. The nationality criteria only applies to the artist and not to the beneficiaries or heirs. Are all sales of artwork covered? The Artist’s Resale Right does not apply to all sales of artworks. A royalty is only due if the following conditions are met:    

the artwork is a copyright protected work of graphic or plastic art; it is sold for more than €1000; it is sold in the secondary market with the involvement of an art market professional (e.g. auction house); and it is sold in the UK or another country in the European Economic Area (EEA).

This royalty, where applicable, will be charged to the purchaser. It is exempt of VAT.

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MODERN BRITISH AND 20TH CENTURY ART MONDAY 13 NOVEMBER AT 10AM

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi RA (1923-2005) SELF PORTRAIT WITH A STRANGE MACHINE Bronze 85cm high £30,000-50,000

Enquiries Amy Scanlon | amyscanlon@sworder.co.uk | 01279 817778

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JEWELLERY, WATCHES AND SILVER TUESDAY 21 NOVEMBER AT 10AM

An American gold and enamel abstract ring, c.1970, by J Rossi

JEWELLERY AND WATCHES: Catriona Smith | jewellery@sworder.co.uk SILVER: Claire Grindey | clairegrindey@sworder.co.uk

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THE WINTER COUNTRY HOUSE SALE INCLUDING INDIAN WORKS OF ART AND FURNITURE

TUESDAY 5 DECEMBER AT 10AM

Ascribed to Govardhan SHAH JAHAN IN THE TIME OF YOUTH India, Mughal, c.1630-1640 £10,000-15,000

Enquiries Guy Schooling | guyschooling@sworder.co.uk | 01279 817778

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O U T O F T H E O R D I N A RY Further Entries Invited - Closing Date 8 December

SALE DATE Tuesday 13 February, 2018

Grayson Perry, 2005 embroidery on cotton £3,000 - 4,000 Dodo thigh bone (property of Errol Fuller) £2,000 - 3,000 Large 1960s stag beetle with internal parts £500 - 700 Chastity belt, probably late 19th century £800 - 1,200 ‘The Circus Tiger’ pinball machine (full working order) £4,000 - 5,000 Lots are subject to 26.4% buyers premium

Enquiries I Mark Wilkinson I markwilkinson@sworder.co.uk I 01732 757675 www.sworder.co.uk Sworders Fine Art Auctioneers I Cambridge Road I Stansted Mountfitchet I Essex CM24 8GEI 01279 817778 I E auctions@sworder.co.uk


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Please bid on my behalf for the above mentioned lots up to the limits shown, without legal obligation to Sworders, its staff or agents, or without prejudice to Sworders standard Terms and Conditions printed in this catalogue. Please Please bid bid on on my my behalf behalf for for the the above above mentioned mentioned lots lots up up to to the the limits limits shown, shown, without without legal legal obligation obligation to to Sworders, Sworders, its its staff staff or or agents, agents, or or without without prejudice prejudice to to Sworders Sworders standard standard Terms Terms and and Signed: Conditions Conditions printed printed in in this this catalogue. catalogue. Date: Signed: Signed: Date: Date:


INFORMATION FOR BUYERS Introduction The following notes are intended to assist bidders and buyers, particularly those that are inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All of our auctions are governed by our Conditions of Business incorporating the Terms of Consignment (primarily applicable to sellers), the Terms of Sale (primarily applicable to bidders and buyers) and any notices that are displayed in our salerooms or announced by the auctioneer at the auction. Our Conditions of Business are available for inspection at our salerooms and the Terms of Sale are printed in the back of our auction catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything in our Conditions of Business that you do not fully understand. Please make sure that you read our Terms of Sale set out in this catalogue or on our website carefully before bidding in the auction. If your bid is successful, you will be obliged to comply with our Terms of Sale. Methods of Payment Lots must be paid for before they are collected. For those attending the auction we ask that lots are paid for on the day of the sale. Methods by which we accept payment are detailed on our web site, including online payment upon receipt of your invoice, and these should be paid by 5pm on the Friday following the sale. We accept cash to an upper limit of 15,000 euros equivalent. Usually any cheques will need to be cleared before you can take the goods away. Payments by credit card are subject to a charge of 2% plus VAT. Collection and storage All lots should be paid for and collected by 5pm on the Friday following the sale. Commission bidders should check the success of their bids and arrange payment and collection within this time. Please note what the Terms of Sale say about collection and storage. Items not removed by 5pm on Friday may be removed at the purchaser’s expense and a storage charge of £1 per day may be charged. Dispatch We are rarely able to pack and dispatch purchases. A choice of shippers is detailed on our web site. Agency As auctioneers we usually act on behalf of the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. If you buy at auction your contract for the goods is with the seller, not with us as auctioneer. Estimates Estimates are designed to help you gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. Estimates may change and should not be thought of as the sale price. The lower estimate may represent the reserve price (the minimum price for which a lot may be sold) and will not be below the reserve price. Estimates do not include the buyer’s premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the auction and may be altered by a saleroom notice or announcement by the auctioneer before the auction of the lot. They are not definitive.

b. if there is a prohibition on importing goods of that character e.g. because the goods contain prohibited materials such as ivory. Bidding Bidders will be required to register with us before the auction starts. We reserve the right to impose a deadline prior to the auction by which you must register or by which we must receive a commission bid. If you wish to bid on high value lots this deadline may be several days before the auction in order to allow us sufficient time to carry out the necessary checks. Lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. You will need to provide us with proof of your identity in a form acceptable to us and such other information as we may require. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for telephone or online bidding. Please note that we may refuse to register you if you do not provide us with all the information and documentation that we ask for or at our discretion. Commission bidding You may leave commission bids with us indicating the maximum amount to be bid against a lot (excluding the buyers’ premium and/or any applicable VAT). We will execute commission bids as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical commission bids we may prefer the first bid received (where this can be reasonably ascertained). We recommend leaving commission bids online via our website, though please contact us about leaving bids by telephone or fax/email. All absentee bids should be received at least 30 minutes before the auction commences; we cannot guarantee to execute commission bids received after this time. Telephone Bidding If you are unable to come to the auction it may be possible to bid on the telephone for higher value lots. Please note that this service is for lots with an estimate of £500 or more. The number of lines is limited so we would urge serious telephone bidding only and ask that you be prepared to bid over the top estimate. It is advisable to leave a maximum covering bid in case we are not able to contact you by telephone. All lines must be booked and confirmed in writing before the day of the auction and preferably some time in advance. Telephone bidding involves many variables and whilst we take every care to ensure the smooth operation of this service, we cannot be held liable if your bids are missed for any reason. Online Bidding Any lots purchased via a live online bidding service will be subject to an additional commission charge on the hammer price payable by the bidder, in accordance with the rates specified by the online service. These charges are 3% plus VAT and will be payable to us on top of the Hammer Price and our buyers commission.

IMPORTANT NOTICES

Buyer’s Premium The Terms of Sale oblige you to pay a buyer’s premium at 22% on the hammer price of each lot purchased, except for our Fine Wine and Port auctions when it is 15%. In addition, VAT is charged on these premiums (see below).

Removal of lots ALL lots are to be removed from the premises by 5.00pm at the latest on the Friday following each sale. Sworders retain the right to remove lots remaining after this time into safe storage, for which a charge will be made.

VAT Items in our catalogue may be marked with a dagger † or double dagger ‡, which indicates that VAT is payable by the buyer on the hammer price and the buyer’s premium at either the standard rate (currently 20%) or a reduced rate (currently 5%), depending upon the legal requirements relating to that lot.

Electrical Goods All electrical goods offered in this sale have either been tested and certified safe or unsafe by an appropriately qualified electrician. All electrical goods certified safe mst be re-commissioned by an appropriately qualified electrician and we recommend those certified safe are similarly re-commissioned.

Lots which do not have either of the above symbols have no VAT payable on the hammer price. This is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme. The VAT included within the premium is not recoverable as input tax. Inspection of goods by the buyer As we act on behalf of the seller, we are dependent on information provided by the seller about their goods. We may inspect lots and will act reasonably in taking a general view about them. However, we are normally unable to carry out detailed examinations of lots to check their condition in the way a buyer would do. You will have ample opportunity to inspect the goods. You must inspect and investigate lots that you might wish to bid for. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots set out in the Terms of Sale at clause 12.4.

Post 1950 Upholstered Furniture All items of furniture included in this sale are offered for sale as works of art. The items may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason, they should not be used in a private dwelling. Furniture made of Brazilian Rosewood (Dalbergia Negra) To comply with CITES Regulations on Post-1947 furniture made of Brazilian Rosewood, all post-war rosewood furniture items have Article 10 certificates.

Condition Reports We may be able to assist buyers unable to view by emailing a condition report, but these are based solely on our own opinion and are for guidance only and no responsibility is accepted for their accuracy. Intending buyers are strongly encouraged to view. Condition reports cannot be prepared on the day of the sale.

If you are purchasing rosewood furniture for commercial purposes and not solely for your own use, CITES regulations require you to obtain your own certificate. You would need to contact the Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency (‘AHVLA’) and, as part of the process of obtaining your document, it is a requirement that you have seen sight of the Sworders’ certificate or are aware of its reference number.

Electrical goods These are sold as “antiques” only. If you buy electrical goods for use you must ask a qualified electrician to check them for compliance with safety regulations before you use them.

It is therefore the responsibility of commercial buyers to ensure that they obtain a copy of the appropriate certificate, or the certificate reference number, after purchase from Sworders Fine Art Auctioneers. Items are marked with this sign §.

Export of goods If you intend to export goods you must find out: a. whether an export licence is needed; and


TERMS OF SALE Both the sale of goods at our auctions and your relationship with us are governed by the Terms of Consignment (primarily applicable to sellers) the Terms of Sale (primarily applicable to bidders and buyers) and any notices displayed in the saleroom or announced by us at the auction (collectively, the “Conditions of Business”). The Terms of Consignment and Terms of Sale are available at our saleroom on request. Please read these Terms of Sale carefully. Please note that if you register to bid and/or bid at auction this signifies that you agree to and will comply with these Terms of Sale. Please note that these Terms of Sale relate to auctions held at our premises only. We have separate terms for online only auctions. 1. Definitions and interpretation To make these Terms of Sale easier to read, we have given the following words a specific meaning: In these Terms of Sale the words ‘you’, ‘yours’, etc. refer to you as the Buyer. The words “we”, “us”, etc. refer to the Auctioneer. Any reference to a ‘Clause’ is to a clause of these Terms of Sale unless stated otherwise.

“Auctioneer”

2.4 The arrangements for collection of the Goods as set out in Clauses 8 and 9. 2.5 Your right to return a Lot and receive a refund if the Lot is a Deliberate Forgery as set out in Clause 13. 2.6 We and Trader Sellers have a legal duty to supply any Lots to you in accordance with these Terms of Sale. 2.7 If you have any complaints, please send them to us directly at the address set out on our Website. 3. Bidding procedures and the Buyer 3.1 You must register your details with us before bidding and provide us with any requested proof of identity and billing information, in a form acceptable to us. You must also satisfy any security arrangements we have in place before entering the auction room to view or bid. 3.2 We strongly recommend that you attend the auction in person. You are responsible for your decision to bid for a particular Lot. If you bid on a lot, including by telephone and online bidding, or by placing a commission bid, we assume that you have carefully inspected the Lot and satisfied yourself regarding its condition. 3.3 If you instruct us in writing, we may execute commission bids on your behalf. Neither we nor our employees or agents will

means GES & Sons Ltd trading as Sworders Fine Art Auctioneers, a company registered in England and Wales with registration number 6858916 and whose registered office is located at Cambridge Road, Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex CM24 8GE or its authorised auctioneer,

as appropriate; “Bidder”

means a person who places a bid for Goods at our auction;

“Buyer”

means the person who makes the highest bid for the Goods accepted by the Auctioneer;

“Commission”

means the commission that we charge you on the sale of the Goods as set out in Clause 5 below;

“Consumer”

means an individual acting for purposes which are wholly or mainly outside that individual’s trade, business, craft or profession;

“Consumer Contracts Regulations” means the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013; “Deliberate Forgery”

means: (a) an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source; (b) which is described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator without qualification; and (c) which at the date of the auction had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been as described;

Any dispute about a bid will be settled at our discretion. We may reoffer the Lot during the auction or may settle the dispute in another way. We will act reasonably when deciding how to settle the dispute. 3.5 Bidders will be deemed to act as principals, even if the Bidder is acting as an agent for a third party. 3.6 We may bid on Lots on behalf of the Seller up to one bid below the Reserve. 3.7 We may refuse to accept any bid if it is reasonable for us to do so. 3.8 Bidding increments will be at our sole discretion (but will be in line with standard auction practice). 4. The purchase price As Buyer, you will pay: a. the Hammer Price; b. a premium of 22% plus VAT of the Hammer Price or 15% plus VAT for our Fine Wine and Port Auction; c. any artist’s resale right royalty payable on the sale of the Lot; and d. any VAT due. 5 VAT 5.1 You shall be liable for the payment of any VAT applicable on the Hammer Price and premium due for a Lot. Please see the symbols used in the auction catalogue for that Lot and the “Information for Buyers” in our auction catalogue for further information. 5.2 We will charge VAT at the current rate at the date of the auction. 6. The contract between you and the Seller 6.1 The contract for the purchase of the Lot between you and the Seller will be formed when the hammer falls accepting the highest bid for the Lot at the auction. 6.2 You may directly enforce any terms in the Terms of Consignment against a Seller to the extent that you suffer damages and/or loss as a result of the Seller’s breach of the Terms of Consignment. 6.3 If you breach these Terms of Sale, you may be responsible for damages and/or losses suffered by a Seller or us. If we are contacted by a Seller who wishes to bring a claim against you, we may in our discretion provide the Seller with information or assistance in relation to that claim. 6.4 We normally act as an agent only and will not have any responsibility for default by you or the Seller (unless we are the Seller of the Lot). 7. Payment 7.1 Immediately following your successful bid on a Lot you will:

“FCA”

means the Financial Conduct Authority;

“Goods”

means the goods that you consign to us for sale at our auction;

“Hammer Price”

means the level of the highest bid for the Goods accepted by the Auctioneer by the fall of the hammer;

“Premium”

means the premium charged to the Buyer on the sale of the Goods in accordance with the Terms of Sale;

“Price”

means the total of the Hammer Price, Premium and any applicable VAT;

7.1.2 pay to us the Total Amount Due in any way that we agree to accept payment. Note there is an upper limit of 15,000 euros equivalent for payments in cash.

“Proceeds”

means the Price less the Commission, the Premium, any expenses incurred to your account and any applicable VAT;

7.2 If you owe us any money, we may use any payment made by you to repay these debts.

“Reserve”

means the minimum price at which the Goods may be sold;

“Seller”

means the owner of the Goods and any agent who consigns the Goods for sale on the owner’s behalf (if applicable);

“Terms of Consignment”

means these terms of consignment;

8. Title and collection of purchases 8.1 Once you have paid us in full the Total Amount Due for any Lot, ownership of that Lot will transfer to you. You may not claim or collect a Lot until you have paid for it.

“Terms of Sale”

means the terms of sale for bidders or buyers at our auctions;

“Trader”

means a Seller who is acting for purposes relating to that Seller’s trade, business, craft or profession, whether acting personally or through another person acting in the trader’s name or on the trader’s behalf (such as an agent and/or the Auctioneer);

“VAT”

means any value added tax or equivalent sales tax; and

“Website”

means our website available at www.sworders.co.uk.

2. Information that we are required to give to Consumers 2.1 A description of the main characteristics of each Lot as contained in the auction catalogue. 2.2 Our name, address and contact details as set out herein, in our auction catalogues and/or on our Website. 2.3 The price of the Goods and arrangements for payment as described in Clauses 4, 5, 7 and 8.

7.1.1 give to us, if not already provided to our satisfaction, proof of identity in a form acceptable to us (and any other information that we require in order to comply with our anti-money laundering obligations); and

8.2 You will (at your own expense) collect any Lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 5pm on the Friday following the auction. 8.3 If you do not collect the Lot within this time period, you will be responsible for any reasonable removal and storage charges in relation to that Lot. 8.4 Risk of loss or damage to the Lot will pass to you when you (or your agents) take physical possession of the Lot.

be responsible for any failure to execute your commission bid, unless our failure to do so is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we have the right to prefer the first bid made (where this can be reasonably ascertained).

8.5 If you do not collect the Lot that you have paid for within thirty days after the auction, we may sell the Lot. We will pay the proceeds of any such sale to you, but will deduct any storage charges or other sums that we have incurred in the storage and sale of the Lot. We reserve the right to charge you a selling commission at our standard rates on any such resale of the Lot.

3.4 The Bidder placing the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the Auctioneer will be the Buyer at the Hammer Price.

9. Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases 9.1 Please do not bid on a Lot if you do not intend to buy it..


If your bid is successful, these Terms of Sale will apply to you. This means that you will have to carry out your obligations set out in these Terms of Sale. If you do not comply with these Terms of Sale we may (acting on behalf of the Seller and ourselves) pursue one or more of the following measures: 9.1.1 take action against you for damages for breach of contract; 9.1.2 reverse the sale of the Lot to you and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; 9.1.3 resell the Lot by auction or private treaty (in which case you will have to pay any difference between the price you should have paid for the Lot and the price we sell it for as well as the charges outlined in Clause 8.5). Please note that if we sell the Lot for a higher amount than your winning bid, the extra money will belong to the Seller;

for any failure by you or your consultants to properly inspect a Lot. 12.3 Representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion will be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. 12.4 Please note that Lots (in particular second-hand Lots) are unlikely to be in perfect condition. Lots are sold “as is” (i.e. as you see them at the time of the auction). Neither we nor the Seller accept any liability for the condition of second-hand Lots or for any condition issues affecting a Lot if such issues are included in the description of a Lot in the auction catalogue (or in any saleroom notice) and/ or which the inspection of a Lot by the Buyer ought to have revealed.

a. to us, by sending the notice to the following email address: auctions@sworder.co.uk b. to you, by sending the notice to any email address that you have given to us as your contact email address in writing. 15.4 Notices will be deemed to have been received: 15.4.1 if delivered by hand, on the day of delivery; 15.4.2 if sent by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery, two business days after posting, exclusive of the day of posting; or 15.4.3 if sent by email, at the time of transmission unless sent after 17.00 in the place of receipt in which case they will be deemed to have been received on the next business day in the place of receipt (provided that receipt is acknowledged by the recipient). 15.5 Any notice or communication given under these Terms of Sale will not be validly given if sent by fax, email, any form of messaging via social media or text message.

9.1.6 keep that Lot or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the Total Amount Due;

13. Deliberate Forgeries 13.1 You may return any Lot which is found to be a Deliberate Forgery to us within 30 days of the auction provided that you return the Lot to us in the same condition as when it was released to you, accompanied by a written statement identifying the Lot from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects.

9.1.7 reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or impose conditions before we accept bids from you; and/or

13.2 If we are reasonably satisfied that the Lot is a Deliberate Forgery we will refund the money paid by you for the Lot (including any Premium and applicable VAT) provided that if:

17. General 17.1 We may, acting reasonably, refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person.

9.1.8 if we sell any Lots for you, use the money made on these Lots to repay any amount you owe us.

13.2.1 the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of experts as at the date of the auction; or

9.2 We will act reasonably when exercising our rights under Clause 9.1. We will contact you before exercising these rights and try to work with you to correct any non-compliance by you with these Terms of Sale.

13.2.2 you personally are not able to transfer good and marketable title in the Lot to us, you will have no right to a refund under this Clause 13.2.

17.2 We act as an agent for our Sellers. The rights we have to claim against you for breach of these Terms of Sale may be used by either us, our employees or agents, or the Seller, its employees or agents, as appropriate. Other than as set out in this Clause, these Terms of Sale are between you and us and no other person will have any rights to enforce any of these Terms of Sale.

9.1.4 remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense; 9.1.5 if you do not pay us within five business days of your successful bid, we may charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due;

10. Health and safety Although we take reasonable precautions regarding health and safety, you are on our premises at your own risk. Please note the lay-out of the premises and security arrangements. Neither we nor our employees or agents are responsible for the safety of you or your property when you visit our premises, unless you suffer any injury to your person or damage to your property as a result of our, our employees’ or our agents’ negligence. 11. Warranties 11.1 The Seller warrants to us and to you that: 11.1.1 the Seller is the true owner of the Lot for sale or is authorised by the true owner to offer and sell the lot at auction; 11.1.2 the Seller is able to transfer good and marketable title to the Lot to you free from any third party rights or claims; and 11.1.3 as far as the Seller is aware, the main characteristics of the Lot set out in the auction catalogue (as amended by any notice displayed in the saleroom or announced by the Auctioneer at the auction) are correct. 11.2 If, after you have placed a successful bid and paid for a Lot, any of the warranties above are found not to be true, please notify us in writing. Neither we nor the Seller will be liable to pay you any sums over and above the Total Amount Due and we will not be responsible for any inaccuracies in the information provided by the Seller except as set out below. 11.3 Please note that many of the Lots that you may bid on at our auction are second-hand.

13.3 If you have sold the Lot to another person, we will only be liable to refund the price that you paid for the Lot. We will not be responsible for repaying any additional money you may have made from selling the Lot. 13.4 Your right to return a Lot that is a Deliberate Forgery does not affect your legal rights and is in addition to any other right or remedy provided by law or by these Terms of Sale. 14. Our liability to you 14.1 We will not be liable for any loss of opportunity or disappointment suffered as a result of participating in our auction. 14.2 In addition to the above, neither we nor the Seller shall be responsible to you and you shall not be responsible to the Seller or us for any other loss or damage that any of us suffer that is not a foreseeable result of any of us not complying with the Conditions of Business. Loss or damage is foreseeable if it is obvious that it will happen or if at the time of the sale of the Lot, we, you and the Seller knew it might happen. 14.3 Subject to Clause 14.4, if we are found to be liable to you for any reason (including, amongst others, if we are found to be negligent, in breach of contract or to have made a misrepresentation), our liability will be limited to the total purchase price paid by you to us for any Lot. 14.4 Notwithstanding the above, nothing in these Terms of Sale shall limit our liability (or that of our employees or agents) for: 14.4.1 death or personal injury resulting from negligence (as defined in the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977); 14.4.2 fraudulent misrepresentation; or

11.4 If a Lot is not second-hand and you purchase the Lot as a Consumer from a Seller that is a Trader, a number of additional terms may be implied by law in addition to the Seller’s warranties set out at Clause 11.1 (in particular under the Consumer Rights Act 2015). These Terms of Sale do not seek to exclude your rights under law as they relate to the sale of these Lots.

14.4.3 any liability which cannot be excluded by law.

11.5 Save as expressly set out above, all other warranties, conditions or other terms which might have effect between the Seller and you, or us and you, or be implied or incorporated by statue, common law or otherwise are excluded.

15.2.1 by delivering it by hand;

12. Descriptions and condition 12.1 Our descriptions of the Lot will be based on: (a) information provided to us by the Seller of the Lot (for which we are not liable); and (ii) our opinion (although it is likely that we will not be able to carry out a detailed inspection of each Lot). 12.2 We will give you a number of opportunities to view and inspect the Lots before the auction. You (and any independent consultants acting on your behalf) must satisfy yourself about the accuracy of any description of a Lot. We shall not be responsible

15. Notices 15.1 All notices between you and us regarding these Terms of Sale must be in writing and signed by or on behalf of the party giving it. 15.2 Any notice referred in Clause 15.1 may be given:

15.2.2 by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery; or 15.2.3 by email, provided that receipt of the email is acknowledged by the recipient. 15.3 Notices must be sent: 41.3.1 by hand or registered post: a. to us, at our address set out in these Terms of Sale or at our registered office address appearing on our Website; and b. to you, at the last postal address that you have given to us as your contact address in writing; or 15.3.2 by email:

16. Data Protection We will hold and process any personal data in relation to you in accordance with our current privacy policy, a copy of which is available on our website.

17.3 We may use special terms in the catalogue descriptions of particular Lots. You must read these terms carefully along with any glossary provided in our auction catalogues. 17.4 Each of the clauses of these Terms of Sale operates separately. If any court or relevant authority decides that any of them are unlawful, the remaining clauses will remain in full force and effect. 17.5 We may change these Terms of Sale from time to time, without notice to you. Please read these Terms of Sale carefully, as they may be different from the last time you read them. 17.6 Except as otherwise stated in these Terms of Sale, each of our rights and remedies are: (a) are in addition to and not exclusive of any other rights or remedies under these Terms of Sale or general law; and (b) may be waived only in writing and specifically. Delay in exercising or non-exercise of any right under these Terms of Sale is not a waiver of that or any other right. Partial exercise of any right under these Terms of Sale will not preclude any further or other exercise of that right or any other right under these Terms of Sale. Waiver of a breach of any term of these Terms of Sale will not operate as a waiver of breach of any other term or any subsequent breach of that term. 17.7 These Terms of Sale and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them (including any non-contractual claims or disputes) shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and the parties irrevocably submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.


www.sworder.co.uk Sworders Fine Art Auctioneers Cambridge Road Stansted Mountfitchet Essex CM24 8GE Tel: 01279 817778 Fax: 01279 817779 Email: auctions@sworder.co.uk Hertfordshire Office 42 St Andrew Street Hertford SG14 1JA Tel: 01992 583508 Fax: 01992 586074 Email: hertfordoffice@sworder.co.uk Kent Office Mark Wilkinson Tel: 01732 757675 Email: kent@sworder.co.uk

20th Century Decorative Art and Design Tuesday 10 October 2017 at 10am  

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20th Century Decorative Art and Design Tuesday 10 October 2017 at 10am  

VIEWING TIMES Friday 6 October 9am - 5pm Sunday 8 October 10am - 1pm Monday 9 October 9am - 5pm Tuesday 10 October From 9am