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20th Century Decorative Art and Design Tuesday 5 June 2018 at 10am


20TH CENTURY DECORATIVE ART AND DESIGN at the Stansted Mountfitchet Auction Rooms Tuesday 5 June 2018 at 10am ORDER OF SALE Lots 1 - 109

Arts & Crafts and Art Nouveau Furniture and Objects

Lots 110 - 221

Art Deco Furniture, Objects and Lighting

Lots 230 - 668

Post-War and Modern Objects, Furniture and Lighting

incorporating a 10-minute break prior to Lot 350

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Lot 1 A pair of oak hall chairs, each with a central panel carved with an ‘S’, a solid seat and a pierced stretcher (2) £150 - 200 Lot 2 A pair of walnut side chairs, with upholstered backs and seats, on ‘X’ framed supports, with brass caps and castors, and another oak side chair (3) £100 - 150

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Lot 3 An Aesthetic ebonised and upholstered duet stool, 93cm wide 44cm deep 49cm high, and a mahogany inlaid piano stool, 46.5cm high (2) £100 - 150 Lot 4 An Aesthetic walnut bracket clock, with a single fusee movement, the dial inscribed ‘Barraud & Lunds, 49 Cornhill, London’ and numbered ‘4836’, 46cm high £200 - 300

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Lot 5 An oak washstand, by Gillows of Lancaster, with a chamfered marble top and three-quarter gallery, over a single drawer, stamped ‘GILLOWS LANCASTER’, raised on octagonal turned supports united with a central stretcher, 91.5cm wide 51cm deep 89.5cm high, and a walnut toilet mirror, with spiral and Tudor flower head carving, 65cm wide 78.5cm high (2) £200 - 400

Lot 7 An Aesthetic ebonised corner chair, with a rush seat £100 - 150

Lot 6 A satinwood two-leaf screen, in the manner of Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo (1851-1942), possibly manufactured by The Century Guild (1883-1892), each panel with a shaped top and a carved panel over two plain panels, the square uprights with carved finials and feet, each panel 95cm high 44.5cm wide £200 - 300

Lot 9 Two stained glass panels, attributed to A W N Pugin and possibly manufactured by Hardman & Co., 41 and 42cm diameter 51.5 and 52cm framed (2) £300 - 500

Purchased from Liberty of London.

Lot 10 A stained glass panel, c.1890-1900, attributed to Thomas William Camm (1839-1912), with a motto ‘Sanctus Petrus Baptista’, 40cm wide 50cm high £250 - 350

Lot 8 A Holophane moulded glass hanging light, with brass and copper mounts, the glass moulded with ‘patent no. 202221909’, 25cm diameter 32cm high £100 - 150

Provenance: Hales Place, Canterbury, a Jesuit mansion demolished in 1927.

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Lot 11 A Continental oak and silver-plated mantel clock, the embossed dial with Arabic numerals, over a glass panel, 22.5cm wide 16.5cm deep 36cm high £200 - 300

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Lot 12 A cast iron garden bench, after a design by Dr Christopher Dresser, with scrolling ends, cast with registration mark, ‘5F’ and ‘No. 248?889’, 148cm wide 70cm deep seat 42cm high £300 - 500 Lot 13 An oak rocking chair, designed by Gustav Stickley, manufactured by the Craftsman Workshops, c.1905-1909, the tall back with vertical slats over a leather upholstered drop-in seat, 105cm high £300 - 500 Provenance: Tom Gleason, New York: private collection since the 1980s. Literature:  For a similar armchair and side chair designed by Stickley, with narrow vertical slats, see Leslie Bowman, ‘American Arts & Crafts: Virtue in Design’, 1991, figs 43 and 44.

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Lot 14 A Continental Arts & Crafts oak bookcase, with an hinged and panelled folding upper section with adjustable shelves, over a drawer with mask handles, over inlaid panelled doors, probably part of a larger bookcase, 100.5cm wide 50.5cm deep 226cm high £200 - 300

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Lot 15 An Arts and Crafts oak table, of pentagonal shape with pressed copper mounts and turquoise cabochons, 68.5cm high £100 - 150

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16 Lot 16 A set of six Arts and Crafts oak dining chairs, each with tapering backs with vertical splats and leather seats (2 + 4) £400 - 600

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Lot 17 A pair of Art Nouveau mahogany inlaid hall chairs, each with pieced lyre backs and an overstuffed seat with Zoffany fabric (2) £600 - 800 Lot 18 A brass and glass-mounted plafonnier, 47cm diameter £200 - 300

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Lot 19 A Secessionist salon suite, designed by Gustav Siegel for J & J Kohn, comprising four chairs and a settee, each with a pierced arrow pattern back and upholstered with Manuel Canovas sable fabric, labelled, settee 124cm wide (5) £1,200 - 1,500

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Lot 20 An Aesthetic walnut armchair, with a ladder back and an embroidered drop-in seat £100 - 150 Lot 21 A Morris & Co. tile fragment depicting Thisbe, designed by Edward Burne-Jones in 1861-62, from Chaucer’s ‘Legend of Good Wimmen’, 12.5cm square, in an oak frame 19.5cm square overall £150 - 250 For a similar example, see Richard and Hilary Myers ‘William Morris Tiles’, p.22, pl.35 and p.40, pl.8c.

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22 Lot 22 A pair of Doulton Lambeth vases, dated 1885, by Hannah Barlow, each incised with six goats, signed with monogram, restored, 25.5cm high (2) £300 - 500

23 Lot 23 A pair of Royal Doulton stoneware vases, by Hannah Barlow, each incised with a band of deer, between blue and green bands, on a mottled blue/grey ground, incised and impressed marks, 36cm high (2) £500 - 700

24 Lot 24 A William De Morgan ‘Persian’ vase, by Joe Juster, of baluster shape, painted all-over with exotic birds amongst foliage, painted ‘J.J.’ to base, crack and chips, 23cm high £200 - 400

Lot 25 A William De Morgan ‘Galleon’ tile, impressed ‘Sands End Pottery’ mark, 15.2cm square (6in) £800 - 1,200

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Lot 26 A William De Morgan ‘Galleon’ tile, impressed Sands End Pottery mark, 15.2 x 15cm, and another ‘Galleon’ tile, incomplete, 15.2 x 15.2cm (6in square) (2) £700 - 900

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Lot 27 Two William De Morgan ‘Peacock’ tiles, each painted with a head amongst flowering branches, possibly Sands End Pottery marks part covered by cement, 20cm square (8in) (2) £400 - 600 A tiled panel in the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge (C.1-1976) shows the design which incorporates these tiles.

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Lot 28 A William De Morgan arched tiled wall panel, attributed to Halsey Ricardo (1854-1928), incomplete, showing a terrace with brick arches, a balustrade and distant views of the Italian(?) countryside with buildings, thirty tiles remain (originally fifty-three), each with an impressed circular ‘Sands End Pottery’ mark, 76cm high (30in) 183cm wide (72in) £1,500 - 2,000 Each tile is numbered in pencil 1-53.

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31 Lot 29 A Linthorpe Pottery teapot, with an incised band, impressed ‘Linthorpe 798’, 13.5cm high £80 - 120 Lot 30 A Sèvres stoneware lamp base, by Paul Millet, mounted by Gustave Keller, with a high shoulder in a mottled cream and trailing purple glaze, mounted with gilt bronze mounts, stamped ‘G Keller’, stamped marks, on an ebonised plinth, inscribed ‘1-8-94’ and ‘3-2-95’, impressed ‘SÈVRES’ and monogram, 50cm high overall £600 - 800

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Lot 32 A Moorcroft Florian ware vase, with a green neck, green and pink with raised white motifs, with a printed mark and green ‘W.Moorcroft des’, 17cm high £400 - 600 Lot 33 A Moorcroft Florian ware vase, with a brown neck, a green and pink ground, with raised white motifs, with a printed mark and green ‘W.Moorcroft des’, 17cm high £400 - 600 Lot 34 A Royal Doulton ‘Titanian’ glazed vase, of ovoid form decorated with a bird of paradise, printed marks, 17.5cm high £120 - 180

Lot 31 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware vase, by Mark V Marshall, with a pinched rim, three handles with a pierced and scrolled frieze, impressed and inscribed marks ‘955’ and artist’s monogram, 18.5cm high £200 - 400

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1-109 ARTS & CRAFTS AND ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE AND OBJECTS Lot 35 A Cantagalli maiolica pottery twin-handled vase, in the Urbino style, painted with figures presenting gifts to a king in an extensive landscape, the handles entwined with snakes above mask bosses, a cockerel and ‘C’ mark, 47cm high £600 - 800 Lot 36 A Cantagalli blue and white pottery urn, painted with figures in a landscape, with eagle head handles above grotesque masks, cockerel mark, 45cm high £300 - 500 Lot 37 Two Cantagalli maiolica pottery candlesticks, each modelled as a faun wearing a helmet, holding a pair of candle sconces, standing in front of a shield on a raised plinth, with cockerel marks and numbered ‘21’, 35cm high (2) £200 - 300 Lot 38 Two Cantagalli maiolica pottery dolphin ewers, the first in the Gubbio lustre style, restored plinth, inscribed ‘11’ and with cockerel mark, the other raised on a circular foot, with cockerel mark, 23 and 31cm high (2) £150 - 200 Lot 39 A Cantagalli maiolica twin-handled vase, the handles modelled as entwined snakes, 31cm high, another twin-handled vase, with stylised handles, inscribed cockerel mark and ‘FIRENZE ITALY’, 22.5cm high, and a charger, cockerel mark and numbered ‘4’, 37cm diameter (3) £100 - 150

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Lot 40 Two Cantagalli maiolica blue and white bottle vases, each of shaped form, one spiral moulded with female handles, the other with faun handles, each holding a laurel wreath centred with a shield, painted with cupid and a landscape, both with cockerel marks, various chips, 39 and 40cm high (2) £150 - 250

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41 Lot 41 A Cantagalli maiolica ewer and cover, in the Gubbio lustre style, chips, restored, cockerel mark, 22cm high, a pair of bottle vases, one marked, 29cm high, an Isnik-style ewer and cover, with a French inscription, cockerel mark, 21.5cm high, and a Deruta dish, 13cm diameter (7) £150 - 250

42 Lot 42 A ‘Pisa’ pottery vase, with sgraffito decoration of a man drawing his sword whilst staring into the gaping jaws of a giant sea monster, inscribed ‘336 PISA ITALY’ with the leaning tower mark, chips to rim, 40cm high £100 - 150

Lot 43 Two ‘Hotspur Antiques’ stained glass window panels, each depicting a gentleman admiring a helmet and titled ‘Hotspur Antiques’, both inscribed ‘William Morris & Co., Westminster’, 35.5cm wide 65.5cm high (2) £300 - 500 Hotspur Antiques was set up in 1924 and traded from Lowndes Street, Belgravia. They were founder members of The Grosvenor House Antique Dealers’ Fair in 1934 and continued to trade until 2008. These have been entered for sale by family members.

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Lot 44 An Art Nouveau aluminium mantel clock, with a shaped top over a tapering embossed and riveted case, mounted with a copper dial, 23cm wide 13.5cm deep 34cm high £120 - 150 Lot 45 An Arts and Crafts oak standard lamp, on an octagonal spreading base and short feet, 153cm high £100 - 200 See image on www.sworder.co.uk

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Lot 46 A WMF silver-plated wine cooler, with high pierced handles, stamped marks, 30cm high £80 - 120 Lot 47 A Loetz iridescent glass and silver-mounted glass vase, of tapering form with a flared neck, with rim mounts, the body inlaid with a flower, 9cm high £250 - 350 Lot 48 An opaline shade, of bell form, with stylised designs, 17cm high, and another similar shade, 11cm high (2) £100 - 200

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47 Lot 49 A W A S Benson copper and brass warming tray, 59cm wide 36cm deep, a Benson silver-plated kettle, with a wicker handle, 19cm high, and a copper and brass teapot, 16cm high (3) £150 - 200

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50 Lot 50 Two Arts and Crafts copper hall lanterns, one with an opaline shade with a crinkled rim, 19.5cm high (2) £100 - 200

51 Lot 51 A pair of opaline shades, each of tapering form, mounted with brass with leaf details, one chipped, shades 15.5cm high (2) £200 - 300

Lot 52 An Hukin & Heath silver-plated teapot, 11cm high, a condiment stand, designed by Dr Christopher Dresser, 13cm high, a sugar bowl, by James Dixon & Sons, 12.5cm high, a cruet, 13cm high, and a toast rack, 13.5cm high (5) £250 - 350 Lot 53 A Barnard, Bishop & Barnard cast iron cinder tray, designed by Thomas Jeckyll, 47cm wide, a cast iron stand, with registration mark, 25.5cm high, a Kenrick & Sons boot scraper, marked ‘N658 A KENRICK & SONS’, 27.5cm wide, and a further pair of stands, 24cm wide (5) £250 - 300

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Lot 54 A carved walnut wall bracket, with two rats amongst fruiting vines, 29.5cm wide 20cm deep 27cm high £100 - 150

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Lot 55 Two copper and brass tureens, each with pierced handles, dome lids, one stamped ‘W A S Benson’, 32cm wide, an oval tureen, 32cm wide, an oval tray, with scrolled handles, stamped ‘BENSON’, 53.5cm wide, and an oval petal tray, 74.5cm wide 38.5cm deep (5) £200 - 400 Lot 56 A pair of W A S Benson silver-plated candlesticks, with petal drip pans, on tripod stands, each stamped, worn, 17cm high, and a similar oil lamp, now converted to electricity, 29.5cm high (3) £100 - 150 Lot 57 A W A S Benson copper and brass oil lamp, raised on a scrolled stand, 28cm high, and a kettle, by Benham and Froud, stamped marks, 25cm high (2) £100 - 200

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Lot 59 A pair of Art Nouveau pewter photograph frames, each with easel backs, 15cm wide 19.5cm high, and a copper-mounted casket, 17cm wide 11cm deep 6.5cm high (3) £100 - 150

Lot 58 A pair of copper hall lanterns, with pierced details, mounted with mottled glass panels, one stamped ‘Rd. 582763’, 22.5cm square 29cm high (2) £100 - 150

Lot 60 A copper coal scuttle, with riveted panels and embossed with a stylised pomegranate, with a swing handle and a liner, 53cm high overall £100 - 150

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ARTS & CRAFTS AND ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE AND OBJECTS 1-109 Lot 61 A Celtic ‘hunting’ wool carpet, designed by George Bain (1881-1968) for Quayle and Tranter Ltd., Kidderminster, the ivory field decorated with huntsmen, sighthounds, deer and wild boar, a central octagonal Celtic knot with an entwined border with grotesques, 365 x 271cm £800 - 1,200 George Bain was born in Scrabster in Northern Scotland and single-handedly revived interest in Celtic and Insular art. His book, ‘Celtic Art: The Methods of Construction’, was published in 1951.

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Lot 62 A Scottish Arts and Crafts inlaid wardrobe, the wide cornice over a single mirror door with stylised ebonised and pewter inlaid decoration, over a single base drawer, labelled ‘Hewetsons, Tottenham Court Road, London’, 132.5cm wide 64.5cm deep 197cm high £1,000 - 1,500

63 Lot 63 A pair of brass and copper pricket candlesticks, each stamped ‘W A S Benson’, 24cm high, a brass table lamp, 32cm high, and a wall light, 29cm high (4) £100 - 150 Lot 64 Two W A S Benson table lamps, both with stamped marks, rewired, lacking shades, 31cm high (2) £200 - 300

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Lot 65 An Arts and Crafts copper wall mirror, with a fleur-de-lys to the top, 34cm wide 49.5cm high £180 - 220 Lot 66 An Arts and Crafts octagonal bookcase, with pierced divisions, on a revolving stand, 50.5cm diameter 68cm high £300 - 500 Lot 67 An Arts and Crafts oak ‘mission’ armchair, with a woven string seat, 70.5cm wide back 92.5cm high seat 30cm high £300 - 500

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Lot 69 An Arts and Crafts silver-plated chalice, of trumpet form, with ropework borders, the central knop with circular bosses, on a raised foot, 17.2cm high, and a paton or comport, with arcaded friezes with abalone panels, 20.8cm diameter 16cm high (2) £100 - 150

Lot 68 Two Arts and Crafts copper and brass oil lamp stands, the taller fitted with a Hinks’ patent, over leaf mounts, unmarked, 57cm high, the smaller, converted to electricity, on a stand, stamped ‘W A S Benson’, 40cm high (2) £150 - 200

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Lot 70 An Arts and Crafts hammered silver flower bowl, by Henry & Herbert Barraclough, London 1912, the bowl raised on a tapering support stem with two open scrolling knops and on a circular spreading foot, fitted with a white metal mesh insert, 30cm high approximately, 27oz approximately £400 - 600 Lot 71 A silver-mounted claret jug, by Roberts and Belk, Sheffield 1887, with an ebonised handle, inscription removed from the lid, inscribed to the collar ‘LADY MARJORY ERSKINE’, 21cm high £200 - 400

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Lot 72 A silver wine ewer, by John James Keith, London 1842, with an hinged cover over a strap handle, an ‘S’ shaped spout, on a raised foot, 27cm high £250 - 350

Lot 74 A Continental metalware bowl, of lobed form, raised on a conforming foot, unmarked, tests as silver, 23cm diameter 21cm high £250 - 300

Lot 73 A silver wine ewer, by John Keith, London 1862, engraved with bands of decoration, inscribed ‘GLORY BE TO GOD ON HIGH’, with an ‘S’ shaped handle and fleur-de-lys terminals, the hinged lid with a cross finial, raised on an octagonal lobed foot, 34.5cm high £300 - 500

Lot 75 An Arts and Crafts copper desk stand, by Rathbone, with an hinged inkwell, lacking a glass liner, and a pen tray to the front, stamped ‘RATHBONE’, 30cm wide, a copper candlestick, raised on a pyramid-shaped plinth, pierced with doves either side of a red cabochon tree, 25cm high, and a copper chamberstick, 14.5cm high (3) £100 - 150

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Lot 79 An Arts and Crafts oak wardrobe, the central bevel-edged mirror door flanked with concave panels of daffodils, a replaced shelf and rail, with a wide cornice, 104cm wide 45cm deep 198cm high £250 - 350 Lot 80 An Arts and Crafts oak plant stand, with raised button finials over a pierced centre, over a further shelf, 34.5cm square 92.5cm high, and a mahogany plant stand, of tapering form, 40.5cm square 121cm high (2) £150 - 200

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81 Lot 81 An Arts and Crafts pierced copper fender, embossed with flowers, 163cm wide 32cm deep 19cm high £200 - 300 Lot 82 An Arts and Crafts brass mirror, embossed with a floral panel over a plain mirror and a butterfly panel, 42cm wide 74cm high £100 - 150

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Lot 83 An Art Nouveau mahogany inlaid screen, with the original yellow embroidered fabric panel with stylised designs, opposite a ribbon and swag needlework panel, 78cm wide 141cm high £400 - 600

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1-109 ARTS & CRAFTS AND ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE AND OBJECTS Lot 84 A pair of Doulton stoneware Carrara figures, modelled as seahorses, each on a rectangular plinth, 15.5cm high (2) £150 - 250 Lot 85 A brass three-light ceiling electrolier, each light with an opaline and raspberry shade, 48cm high £400 - 600

Lot 86 A W A S Benson brass three-branch ceiling light, each light with an opaline shade, 49cm high shades 13cm high £600 - 800 Lot 87 A set of four Art Nouveau ceiling lights, each with a cast frame with a pierced ring and milk glass shade, 56cm diameter overall 38cm high (4) £1,500 - 2,000

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Lot 91 An Arts and Crafts copper wall mirror, embossed with a sun flanked with tall trees, flowers on cliffs, and centred with two galleons in full sail, 113cm wide 97.5cm high £800 - 1,200 Lot 92 A leather bulldog footstool, possibly by Omersa for Liberty, worn, 76cm wide 47cm high £300 - 500

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93 Lot 93 A pair of Cotswold armchairs, with rush seats (2) £400 - 600

Lot 94 Two Charles Rennie Macintosh high-backed chairs, modern, in black and white, back 158cm high seat 50cm high (2) £150 - 250

Lot 95 A Shapland & Petter mahogany bookcase, with a shelf over a spindle gallery centred with a leaded glass cupboard, flanked with shelves and a further shelf below, locks stamped ‘S & P B’, 124cm wide 37cm deep 155cm high £1,400 - 1,600

Lot 96 A Shapland & Petter walnut wardrobe, the mirror door flanked by a lower cabinet, with pierced copper peacock panels and amber glass, over shelves and a drawer base, the backs stamped ‘S & P B’, 104cm wide 45cm deep 210cm high £500 - 700

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ARTS & CRAFTS AND ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE AND OBJECTS 1-109 Lot 97 An Arts and Crafts oak hall settle, with a box base and pierced splats, 130cm wide 60cm deep 97cm high £100 - 150

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Lot 99 A Cotswold oak dressing table, with an arched central mirror, flanked with two drawers, 130cm wide 49cm deep 152cm high £150 - 250

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Lot 100 An Arts and Crafts oak centre table, with a frieze drawer, on tapering supports, united with plain stretchers, 76.5cm wide 74.5cm deep 77cm high £200 - 300

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Lot 101 In the manner of Morris & Co., a pair of stained wood reclining chairs with loose cushions (2) £300 - 500

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103 Lot 102 An Heal’s Letchworth oak child’s elbow chair, with a rush seat, 69cm high £100 - 150

Lot 103 Two woven tapestries, early 20th century, depicting figures in medieval dress with inscribed pennants, a queen with maidens and attendants, in coloured cotton, various monograms and initials, 228cm wide 120cm high (2) £400 - 600

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Lot 104 A Cotswold oak side table, in the manner of John Stark, the chamfered edge over two frieze drawers with turned knob handles, 91.5cm wide 68.5cm deep 76cm high £200 - 300

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Lot 105 An Arts and Crafts oak dining table, by George Walton, the square top on hexagonal supports and stretcher, 114cm wide 111cm deep 74cm high £400 - 600

Lot 106 A Thomas ‘Gnomeman’ Whittaker of Littlebeck oak dining suite, comprising: a dining table, with a rectangular plank top on stretchered end supports, 168cm wide 75cm deep 73cm high, a pair of side benches, each with carved panel backs above solid seats on stretchered end supports, 152cm wide 38cm deep 76cm high, and a pair of end benches, 61cm wide 38cm deep 76cm high (5) £600 - 800

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ARTS & CRAFTS AND ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE AND OBJECTS 1-109 Lot 107 A Cotswold walnut display cabinet, with two shelves and silvered scrolled handles, 88cm wide 21cm deep 113cm high £300 - 500

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Lot 108 An Edward Barnsley Workshop olive ash dining table, 1998, by Stephen Rock and apprentice, Colin Norgate, the circular top on four interlinked and swept square section supports, 138cm diameter 71cm high £500 - 800

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Lot 109 A Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson oak dresser, c.1977, with an arcaded cornice over shelves, two drawers and a cupboard, 122cm wide 45cm deep 183cm high £2,000 - 2,500

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Lot 110 A Goebel figure of a girl, seated on two books, inscribed marks ‘XS 104A’, 15cm high £200 - 300

Lot 112 An Art Deco pottery vase, of tapering form with painted decoration, signed with monogram, 33.5cm high £100 - 150

Lot 114 A Susie Cooper pottery jug, incised with a ram, inscribed ‘Susie Cooper, England’, 21cm high £80 - 120

Lot 111 An Art Deco oval ivory stand, the centre inset with butterfly wings, the tray with initials, inlaid with monogram, 26.5cm wide 20cm deep £100 - 150

Lot 113 Six Art Deco Stuart Glass wine glasses, 17.5cm high, together with two decanters, 26 and 23cm high (8) £80 - 120

Lot 115 Two Continental flower bricks, each modelled as a fairy seated on a rock 14 and 17.5cm high (2) £150 - 200

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ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING 110-221 Lot 116 A German chrome ‘aeroplane’ lamp, modelled with a perforated fuselage, 55cm wide wingspan 47cm long £250 - 350

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Lot 117 A silver four-piece tea set, by Viners Ltd., Sheffield 1939, of angular Art Deco form with ivory handles, teapot 11.5cm high (4) £500 - 700

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Lot 118 A George V matching silver tea set, Wakely & Wheeler and Reid & Sons Ltd., London, 1934-5, with George V Jubilee hallmark, comprising: a coffee pot and teapot, with hinged covers surmounted with faceted ivory finials, and ebony handles, a milk jug and sugar bowl with angular handles, each with a stylised running frieze on matting, coffee pot 17.5cm high, 59oz gross (4) £500 - 700 Each lot is subject to Buyer’s Premium at 27.6% inclusive of VAT @ 20% Lots marked * will be subject to an additional fee - please see ARR details on page 137


110-221 ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING Lot 119 A Clarice Cliff ‘Orange Chintz’ vase, shape 362, with printed marks, 20.5cm high £250 - 350 Lot 120 A Clarice Cliff ‘Inspiration’ meiping vase, inscribed ‘Inspiration Bizarre’ by Clarice Cliff, Newport, 30.5cm high £600 - 800 Lot 121 A Clarice Cliff ‘Fantasque Alpine’ vase, shape 186/3, printed marks, 14.5cm high £200 - 300

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Lot 122 A collection of Clarice Cliff ceramics, comprising: an ‘Orange Roof’ fern pot, 8.8cm high, an octagonal dinner plate, 22cm diameter, two ‘Acorn’ plates, 22.5cm diameter, and a geometric coffee can and saucer, various printed marks (6) £150 - 250

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Lot 123 A Clarice Cliff ‘Citrus’ jug, shape 1513, printed marks, 29.3cm high £300 - 400

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Lot 124 A Clarice Cliff ‘Secrets’ bowl, printed marks, 21.5cm diameter £180 - 220

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ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING 110-221 Lot 126 A Clarice Cliff ‘Blue Chintz’ biscuit barrel and cover, shape 478, printed Bizarre and Newport Pottery label, with a silver-plated cover and swing handle, 16cm high (2) £150 - 250

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Lot 127 A Clarice Cliff ‘Red Roof’ biscuit barrel and cover, shape 335, with orange bands, original wicker handle, 15cm high (2) £100 - 150

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Lot 128 A Clarice Cliff ‘Geometric’ sandwich set, with six octagonal side plates, and an oblong dish, shape 334, printed marks, 29.5cm wide 14.5cm diameter (7) £150 - 250

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Lot 131 A Clarice Cliff ‘Clovre’ charger, printed marks and inscribed ‘Clovre’, 30.5cm diameter £250 - 350

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110-221 ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING Lot 132 A Clarice Cliff pierced and moulded wall charger, printed marks, 33cm diameter £80 - 120 Lot 133 A Clarice Cliff Fantasque ‘Alpine’ plate printed marks, 22.5cm diameter £100 - 150

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Lot 134 A Clarice Cliff ‘Orange’ preserve pot and cover, shape 516, printed marks, 9.5cm high (2) £80 - 120 Lot 135 Clarice Cliff ceramics, comprising: two honeypots and covers, 7.5cm high, a cauldron, 6.7cm, a preserve pot, lacking a lid, 7.5cm high, all damaged, a pair of Royal Minton ‘Delhi’ plates, 13cm, and four Clarice Cliff collectors’ books (12) £100 - 150

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Lot 136 A Clarice Cliff ‘Gibraltar’ coffee cup and saucer, a plate, 15cm diameter, a jug, 9.5cm high an ashtray, and a bowl, 8cm diameter (6) £100 - 150

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Lot 137 A Clarice Cliff ‘Crocus’ Isis vase, with a ribbed body, printed and painted marks, 24.5cm high £150 - 250 Lot 138 A Clarice Cliff ‘Crocus’ vase, shape 358, printed and painted ‘Crocus’ in green, 20cm high £150 - 250

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ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING 110-221 Lot 139 A Clarice Cliff ‘Crocus’ Jug, printed marks, 25cm high, and a chamber pot, printed marks and ‘Honeyglaze’, 12cm high (2) £100 - 150

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Lot 140 A Clarice Cliff ‘Crocus’ jardinière, with three lug feet, printed marks, 17cm high £100 - 150 Lot 141 A pair of Clarice Cliff ‘Crocus’ vases, shape 119, one restored, 24cm high, two further vases, 18 and 15cm high, and a bowl, 19.5cm diameter (5) £150 - 200 Lot 142 Two Clarice Cliff ‘Crocus’ biscuit barrels, each with wicker swing handles, 16 and 15cm high, and three octagonal bowls, 23 to 13cm diameter (5) £150 - 250

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Lot 143 A Clarice Cliff ‘Crocus’ inkwell, with two inkwells and a pen tray, chipped, 10cm wide a toast rack, 12.5cm wide, and two jardinières, 7 and 8.5cm high (4) £100 - 150 Lot 144 Two pairs of Clarice Cliff ‘Crocus’ candlesticks, 4.5 and 7cm high, a butter dish and cover, 16cm diameter, and a preserve pot and cover, 9cm (8) £140 - 160

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Lot 145 A Clarice Cliff ‘Crocus’ vase, shape 341, 13.5cm high, a duckling dish egg cup stand, 13cm high, a sardine dish and cover, 13cm wide, two flower holders, 6 and 9.5cm high, and a clog, 10.5cm long (6) £150 - 250

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Lot 146 A Clarice Cliff Bizarre preserve pot and cover, with a tartan type decoration, printed marks, 9.5cm high £150 - 180 Lot 147 A Wedgwood Clarice Cliff ‘Pink Roof Cottage’ tea set, numbered 76/250, comprising teapot, sugar bowl and cream jug, in original box, with certificate (3) £80 - 120

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Lot 148 Six Wedgwood Clarice Cliff conical sugar casters, various patterns and numbers from editions of 500, the original box and each with certificates, 13.5cm high (6) £120 - 150 Lot 149 A Wedgwood Clarice Cliff ‘Blue Windmill’ jar and cover, number 71/250, with certificate and in original box, 23cm high (2) £100 - 150

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152 Lot 151 An Art Deco patinated bronze figure, a Pierrot holding a mandolin, on an onyx plinth, signed ‘C Mimo’, cracked, with loss, 17.5cm high £400 - 600 Lot 152 A bronze figure of a boy, holding a fish, mounted on a marble heart-shaped dish, 20.5cm wide £150 - 250 Lot 153 A Danish upholstered ‘Banana’ settee, 194cm wide £200 - 300

Lot 154 A French Art Deco roulette wheel, a highly unusual brass and ivory inlaid rosewood tabletop roulette wheel, with stringing to the edges and inlaid mother-of-pearl to the centre, with ornate brass ‘trailing vine’ detailing to the four rounded corners, and to the centre of the wheel an ivory urn on a fluted pedestal, complete with two silver-plated balls, 68cm square £600 - 900 Lot 155 An Art Deco walnut console table, attributed to Epstein, the demi-lune top over a fluted column on a plain plinth, 92cm wide 48.5cm deep 76.5cm high £400 - 600

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110-221 ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING Lot 156 A Rowley Gallery inlaid mirror, with a parquetry panel over a rectangular plate, with a gallery label verso, 27cm wide 55cm high £70 - 90 Lot 157 An Art Deco walnut display cabinet, of rocket form with two central hinged doors and three glass shelves, 102cm wide 35cm deep 134cm high £200 - 300 Lot 158 A pair of Art Deco mahogany tub chairs, each piece with a moulded frame and reeded legs, each 67cm wide, with a matching footstool, 50cm diameter (3) £300 - 500

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Lot 159 A limed oak dining suite, 1950s, comprising: a refectory table, 183cm long, a small dresser, the arched plate rack back over two drawers and carved panelled doors, 95cm wide 48cm deep 182cm high a small settle, a nest of tables, and a three-tiered trolley (7) £300 - 500

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ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING 110-221 Lot 160 An Art Deco walnut stool, with a cream leather pad seat, 33cm wide 33cm deep 43cm high £80 - 120

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Lot 161 An Art Deco style calamander dressing room chair, with cream leather upholstery, 55cm wide 54.5cm deep 72.5cm high £700 - 900

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Lot 162 An Art Deco marriage chest, dated 1934, possibly Italian, inlaid mahogany, walnut and satin birch, the plain hinged top enclosing two shelves, the front inlaid with a dancer and a musician between panels, 136cm wide 49cm deep 57cm high £1,000 - 1,500

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Lot 163 An ebonised table football game, with a concave surface, the articulated players painted in stripes versus white, each end with ashtrays and score beads with a coin-operated mechanism, 140cm wide overall 165cm long 89cm high £1,500 - 2,000

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110-221 ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING Lot 164 *Frank Henry Mason (1876-1965) HARWICH FOR THE CONTINENT Lithograph in colours, 1934, printed by McCorquodale & Co. Ltd., London, linen backed 101 x 125cm £1,000 - 1,500

Lot 165 A pair of walnut side chairs, in the style of Dagobert Peche, with carved central splats (2) £150 - 200

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Lot 166 Three Art Deco spelter and marble photography stands, largest 48.5cm wide (3) £150 - 250

166 Lot 167 A bentwood table, designed by Alvar Aalto, the top painted red, with an undertier, 63cm diameter 56cm high £200 - 300

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Lot 168 An Art Deco bicolour mantel clock, mounted with two mountain ibex, one lacking horns, the dial inscribed ‘A. Ploquet Valognes,’ 55cm wide 29.5cm high £150 - 200

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ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING 110-221 Lot 169 An Art Deco standard lamp, fitted with a moulded globe shade, on a chrome hexagonal column with a stepped plinth, 169cm high £100 - 150 Lot 170 An Austrian Art Deco walnut dining room suite, comprising: a draw-leaf table, with a folding extra leaf, with six chairs, each with drop-in green embroidered seats, 130cm wide 185cm extended 110cm deep, and a vitrine or cabinet, with sliding glass doors, enclosing two glass shelves, over a cupboard, 128cm wide 46cm deep 168cm high (8) £600 - 800

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Lot 171 A pair of Art Deco standard lamps, each with two lights and turned tapering pedestals, now fitted with modern shades, 174cm (2) £1,000 - 1,500

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Lot 172 An Art Deco walnut display cabinet, of circular form centred with glass rods, centrally hinged doors, the glass with silvered details, enclosing two glass shelves, with an embroidered back, 133cm wide 34.5cm deep 125.5cm high £350 - 450

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Lot 173 An Art Deco burr ash veneered cabinet, with two cupboards flanking shelves and three drawers, with brass handles and details, 159cm wide 50cm deep 173cm high £700 - 900

Lot 174 A Swedish Biedermeier maple settee, with cream suede upholstery with black piping and three cushions, 190cm wide 82cm deep 81cm high £1,500 - 1,800

175 Lot 175 A modern figural panel, after a design by Maurice Picauld for the Folies Bergère, 49.5 x 48.5cm in an oak frame 62 x 63cm £300 - 500

176 Lot 176 An Art Deco-style square mirrored occasional table, 51cm square 55cm high £200 - 300

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ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING 110-221 Lot 177 An Art Deco walnut crossbanded dressing cabinet, the hinged top over a cupboard enclosing a shelf and three drawers, raised on a stepped plinth, 75cm wide 50cm deep 112cm high £150 - 200

Lot 178 An Art Deco walnut and chrome table, raised on chrome supports, on an ‘H’ shaped plinth, 60.5cm diameter 49cm high £100 - 150

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Lot 179 Phyllis Mould (20th century) STEAMBOAT Ten lithographed wallpaper sheets, printed by the Curwen Press each 61.5 x 58cm (10) £100 - 150

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Lot 180 A French Art Deco palisander veneer coffee table, with a marble top, 100cm diameter 50.5cm high £250 - 350

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Lot 182 An Art Deco purple tinted glass plafonnier, with silvered mounts and chains, 37.5cm diameter £100 - 150

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110-221 ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING Lot 183 A pair of blue leather armchairs, with chrome tubular frames, labelled ‘FABRIANU BRUXELLES’, 56.5cm wide (2) £250 - 350 Lot 184 A clear and tinted overmantel mirror, of ziggurat form, 77cm wide 92cm high £150 - 200 Lot 185 A clear and tinted overmantel mirror, the sides etched with flowers, 81cm wide 84cm high £120 - 150

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Lot 186 An Art Deco walnut display cabinet, the raised top over a glazed cupboard with two glass shelves, 76cm wide 31cm deep 129cm high £100 - 150 Lot 187 An Art Deco walnut display cabinet, centred with glass rods, with two central hinged doors, the glass with gilt details, the interior with two shelves, 135cm wide 35cm deep 126cm high £200 - 300

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188 Lot 188 An Heal’s Art Deco walnut desk, of demi-lune form with a plain top, raised on pedestals, slides and drawers each side, with a central locking mechanism, ivorine label, 144.5cm wide 78cm deep 76cm high £1,000 - 1,500 Lot 189 An Erté exhibition poster, Circle Gallery, USA, 61.5 x 79.5cm, in an inlaid frame £100 - 150

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Lot 190 An Heal’s mahogany and ebonised display cabinet, with three shelves, labelled ‘Heal & Son Ltd. London’, 91cm wide 25.5cm deep 130cm high £350 - 450 Lot 191 An Art Deco walnut cabinet, with a cupboard opening to reveal a shelf and two drawers, 96.5cm wide 53cm deep 123cm high £450 - 550

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193 Lot 192 An Art Deco chrome standard lamp, now with a modern shade, 174cm high £180 - 220 Lot 193 An Art Deco ‘bat wing’ rouge marble clock garniture, with an enamelled and garlanded dial, 44cm wide 25cm high garnitures 19cm high (3) £150 - 200

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Lot 194 An Art Deco oak smoker’s compendium table, 73cm high, a triform table stand, with a moulded circular top, 39cm high, and a chrome table light, 28cm high (3) £100 - 150 Lot 195 Two Hagenauer mirrors, each modelled as a circle, the handles modelled as ladies, stamped marks, 16 and 34cm high (2) £200 - 300

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198 Lot 196 A pair of German Art Deco uplighters, each with tulip-shaped mounts, 183cm high approximately (2) £200 - 400 Reportedly removed from the Adler Hotel in Berlin. Lot 197 …Vindes (20th century) VIEW OF A HOOPOE Signed l.r., oil on canvas 35 x 27cm, in a Chinese-style gilt frame £250 - 350 Lot 198 An Art Deco walnut display cabinet, with a velvet-lined back and base with a side door, lacking shelf, labelled ‘F.Sage & Co. Ltd., London’, 104.5cm wide 50cm deep 158.5cm high £400 - 600

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Lot 199 An Art Deco tamo ash and santos rosewood bedroom suite, attributed to Jean Favre, comprising: a dressing table, of bow front form, with a three-quarter gallery over two drawers, 121cm wide 56cm deep 77.5cm high, a bedroom chair, 43cm wide 84cm high an armchair, 71cm wide 90cm deep 90cm high, a pair of bedside chests, with an onyx shelf over a cupboard and shelves to the side, 61cm wide 31cm deep 66cm high, a bed with a low end, and an armoire (7) ÂŁ4,000 - 6,000 www.sworder.co.uk45


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Lot 200 A wrought iron four-light chandelier, attributed to Agostini, 50cm diameter 59cm high, with three twin-branch wall lights, 27.5cm wide 33.5cm high (4) £200 - 300 Lot 201 An Art Deco walnut two-tier occasional table, 89cm wide 45cm deep 55cm high £100 - 150

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Lot 203 An Art Deco design table lamp, modelled as a kneeling lady, holding a glass shade, on a stepped plinth, 38cm high £100 - 150 Lot 204 A French Art Deco wall mirror, with a tinted and chamfered frame, mounted with stars, 44cm wide 53cm high £100 - 150

Lot 202 A pair of French twin-branch wall lights, red tinted, 38cm wide 36cm high (2) £200 - 300 Each lot is subject to Buyer’s Premium at 27.6% inclusive of VAT @ 20% Lots marked * will be subject to an additional fee - please see ARR details on page 137


110-221 ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING Lot 205 A ‘Penguin Donkey’ bookcase, designed by Egon Riss (1901-64) for Isokon, plywood, now painted, 59cm wide 42cm deep 43cm high £1,000 - 1,500 Lot 206 An hardwood toy trunk, 1950-55, carved with a frieze to the front depicting boys holding a beach ball, digging with spades, fighting, playing football and riding a bike, flanked with angels to the corners, and centred with a cartouche carved with an ‘R’, the top edge carved with locomotives, the base inscribed, ‘To my beloved son Richard, who is depicted in all the groups (aged 6) and on the plaque (aged 4 months and 18 months) J S Cooke 1950-55’, 106.5cm wide 50.5cm deep 57.5cm high £1,000 - 1,500

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Lot 207 A set of Art Deco dining chairs, with grey upholstery and ebonised supports, reupholstered (6) £600 - 1,000

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Lot 208 A French Art Deco daybed, now re-covered with French linen, 233cm wide 92cm deep 87cm high £600 - 800

Lot 209 A pair of Art Deco-style grey leather club armchairs, with yellow piping, labelled ‘COR’, 80cm wide (2) £100 - 150

Lot 210 An oak dressing cabinet, by Heal’s, with an octagonal panelled cupboard enclosing a hanging space with a rail and shoe rails, with shelves and drawers to the side, ivorine label ‘Heal & Son Ltd., London W’, on bun feet, 91.5cm wide 54cm deep 149cm high £300 - 500 Lot 211 An oak chest on chest, by Heal’s, with an arrangement of seven graduated drawers, with an ivorine label ‘Heal and Son Ltd., London W’, on a low stand, 75.5cm wide 47.5cm deep 142.5cm high £400 - 600

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Lot 214 A French pine dressing screen, with a shaped top edge, labelled ‘Baumann, Paravent Melun, Paris’, 230cm wide 180cm high £250 - 350 Lot 215 An Art Deco standard lamp table, with chromed columns with circular oak tiers, 160cm high £70 - 100 Lot 216 An Heal’s oak pedestal desk, with a tooled leather top, over nine drawers, with Heal’s ivorine label, 122cm wide 68cm deep 76cm high £650 - 750

216 Lot 217 An Art Deco uplighter, with a pink tinted shade, the column and frieze with glass rods, on a mirrored plinth, 173cm high £400 - 600

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ART DECO FURNITURE, OBJECTS AND LIGHTING 110-221 Lot 218 A four-blade propeller, the tips metal mounted, labelled ‘Darracq London, Made for HM Government by Darracq Motor Engineering,’ stamped J Spry 2642, 245cm diameter £2,000 - 3,000

Lot 219 Arthur George Watts (1883-1935) MERMAID AND SHIP’S FIGUREHEAD WITH FLYING FISH Signed t.r. and dated ‘19, watercolour, heightened in white 24 x 49cm £150 - 250 Presented to the vendor’s ancestor in payment of a bill!

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Lot 221 An Art Deco walnut convex wall clock, by Zenith, with brass Arabic numerals, with an eighteen-day movement, 34cm diameter £250 - 350

Lot 220 An Art Deco walnut bedroom suite, comprising: a dressing cupboard, 107cm wide 60cm deep 152.5cm high, a pot cupboard, 40cm wide, a bedside table, 51cm wide (3) £200 - 300

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Lot 230 A Baccarat blue glass vase, of tapering form, with horizontal and vertical bands, labelled, 24cm high £100 - 150 Lot 231 An amber glass lemonade set, moulded with a king’s head, comprising a jug and four beakers, one cracked, jug 20cm high beaker 12cm high (5) £60 - 80

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Lot 232 A collection of coloured glassware, tallest 25cm high (8) £80 - 120 Lot 233 A Murano moulded glass bowl, of organic form, 32cm diameter, and two clear and green tinted stands, largest 9cm high (3) £100 - 150

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Lot 234 A Wedgwood moonstone vase, designed by Keith Murray, of globular form, with impressed and painted marks, 22.5cm high, a pair of cream tankards, painted marks, 12cm high, and a vase, of flared form with horizontal bands, 13cm high (4) £250 - 300

Lot 235 Wedgwood ‘Garden’ items, designed by Eric Ravilious, each with yellow highlights, comprising: a dinner plate, 25.5cm diameter, a dessert plate, 23.5cm diameter, and a twin-handled bowl and saucer, each with printed marks ‘WEDGWOOD OF ETRURIA AND BARLASTON’ (4) £120 - 150

Lot 236 A Wedgwood pottery ‘Garden’ pattern part tea-for-two set, in yellow, comprising: a teapot and cover, two tea cups and a saucer, a milk jug, a sugar bowl, and a tea plate, printed marks, teapot 9cm high (8) £250 - 350

Lot 237 A pair of Rörstrand ‘Olympia’ vases, printed marks, 26.5cm high, and another vase, 25.5cm high (3) £100 - 150

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Lot 238 An ebonised and beech coffee table, after a design by Paolo Buffa, the shaped rectangular top with a glass insert, raised on leaf carved supports, on a rectangular plinth, 76cm wide 49cm deep 51.5cm high £250 - 350

Lot 241 A teak side table, designed for Peter Hvidt and Orla Mølgaard Nielsen for France & Daverkosen, with a shaped rectangular top, over a woven undertier, branded with F D Poulton label, 71cm wide 52cm deep 58cm high £350 - 450

Lot 239 Six Danish teak ‘Mosquito’ chairs designed by Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen, each stamped ‘made by F H Denmark’ (6) £500 - 800

Lot 242 A ‘Tonneau’ chair, designed by Pierre Guariche for Steiner in 1954 £150 - 250

Lot 240 A tubular chrome and glass dining table, with a circular top, 107cm diameter 74cm high, and four matching armchairs (5) £150 - 250

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 244 A French polished steel postal table, fitted with a twenty-compartment rack, with perforated panels £400 - 600 Lot 245 A pair of large polished aluminium lights, 78cm diameter 76cm high (2) £400 - 600 Lot 246 A pair of polished aluminium lights, with glass covers, cast ‘WISKA’, 49cm diameter 52cm high (2) £200 - 400

Lot 247 A Remploy beech and oak drinks trolley, with two tiers and drop flaps, 73cm wide 43cm deep 74cm high £150 - 250 Lot 248 A tubular framed armchair, with brown seat, back and arms £100 - 150

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230-668 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 249 A Murano de Majo cased glass light pendant, with an amber horizontal band, 56cm diameter £300 - 400

252 Lot 250 A pair of contemporary ‘La Palma’ bar stools, each with a rise/fall seat, on a revolving stand, 75 to 85cm high (2) £300 - 400

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Lot 251 Two coat stands, 1970s, 172 and 184cm high (2) £100 - 150

Lot 252 A Durlston Design chrome mirror, 45cm high, a table lamp, 47cm high, and a wall clock, 33cm diameter (3) £80 - 120

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Lot 253 A chrome and Plexiglas floor lamp, 1970s, raised on a marble plinth, 134cm high £400 - 600

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Lot 254 A smoke glass mirror ‘Model 2103’, 1968, for FontanaArte, with chrome details, 61cm wide 82cm high £200 - 300

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 255 § A Gordon Russell ‘Burford’ rosewood dining suite, designed by W H Russell and Trevor Chinn, comprising: a set of eight chairs, 6+2, a dining table, with an extra leaf, 230cm extended 106cm wide 74.5cm high, and a sideboard, 206cm wide 49cm deep 81cm high (10) £1,000 - 1,500 With Heal’s receipt for £507.10 dated 01/06/68.

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Lot 258 An Italian dining table, 1950s, the shaped teak top raised on a metal base, 223cm wide 90cm deep 76cm high £400 - 600

Lot 259 A set of three brass tables, 1970s, 56cm wide 40.5cm deep 42cm high (3) £200 - 300

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Lot 260 A Remploy oak and beech trolley, with a removable tray, labelled, 72cm wide 42cm deep 74cm high £80 - 120

Lot 264 A desk chair, designed by Charles Eames, a Vitra edition with a brown leather seat, and another, with a black and green seat (2) £300 - 500

Lot 261 A contemporary maple and walnut table lamp, on a tapering base, with shade, 92.5cm high overall £250 - 350

Lot 265 A two-blade propeller, 157cm long £300 - 500

Lot 262 A pair of side Model T9 tables, attributed to Luigi Caccia Dominioni for Azucena (2) £100 - 150 Lot 263 An egg-shaped black rattan hanging chair, designed by Nanna Ditzel in 1957, produced by Bonacina Pierantonio, fitted with a chain and stand £500 - 700

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Lot 266 A set of four bar stools, 80cm high (4) £800 - 1,200 Lot 267 A Levi’s Jeans advertising light box, 125cm wide 18cm deep 60cm high £300 - 500

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Lot 268 An Italian oval wall mirror, with three layers of coloured glass, 79cm wide 63cm high £200 - 300 Lot 269 A pair of tubular brass console tables, 1970s, each with six smoked glass panels to the tops, joining to become a single centre table, 120cm wide 55.5cm deep 75.5cm high (2) £800 - 1,200

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Lot 270 A pair of aluminium and brass table lamps, each with a glass top etched with concentric rings, 55cm high 34cm diameter (2) £250 - 350 Lot 271 An Italian stained wood and brass standard lamp, 182cm high with shade £150 - 200

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Lot 272 A pair of bentwood armchairs, possibly Italian, with purple backs and seats (2) £250 - 350 Lot 273 A teak coffee table, by Mogens Kold, the shaped top on a stand, labelled, 153.5cm wide 52.5cm deep 42.5cm high £100 - 150

Lot 274 A pair of Italian glass wall lights, by VECA, with clear and blue glass panels (2) £100 - 150

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278 Lot 277 A Danish black leather bucket armchair, on a revolving stand, 78cm wide £100 - 150 Lot 278 An Ercol room divider, with four shelves, over a cupboard, 86cm wide 40.5cm deep 191.5cm high £300 - 500 Each lot is subject to Buyer’s Premium at 27.6% inclusive of VAT @ 20% Lots marked * will be subject to an additional fee - please see ARR details on page 137


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Lot 279 An Ercol sideboard, with a glazed top, over three cupboards, 136cm wide 45cm deep 162cm high £250 - 350 Lot 280 An Ercol ‘Pandora’ coffee table, with two drawers and a shelf, 80cm square 40cm high £150 - 250

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Lot 281 An Ercol sideboard, with two cupboards, over two frieze drawers, on castors, 129.5cm wide 44.5cm deep 76cm high £150 - 250

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Lot 282 A pair of Danish leather armchairs, 70cm wide (2) £200 - 300

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Lot 284 A set of three side tables, with smoked glass tops, two, 52cm diameter x 35cm high one, 42cm diameter x 29.5cm high (3) £250 - 350

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Lot 283 A Martin-Baker Mk1 Ejector seat, 1969, with an adjustable electric seat, now with a black leather seat, 153.5cm high £10,000 - 15,000 62

Lot 285 Six Arper Catifa bar chairs, in orange and grey, 99cm high (6) £150 - 250

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Lot 286 A Venetian multiplate etched mirror, with a shaped top, with aventurine applied leaves and flowers, 112cm wide 94.5cm high £300 - 500

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Lot 287 Ezra Orion (Israeli, 1934-2015) RECLINING FIGURE bronze, on a tapered stone plinth, signed ‘E Orion’, 28.5cm wide 16.5cm deep 22cm high £300 - 500

Lot 288 A Memphis four-tier plant stand, 86.5cm high £400 - 600

Lot 289 Two ‘Jill’ floor lamps, designed by Perry King, Santiago Miranda and Gianluigi Arnaldi for Arteluce in 1978, 195cm high (2) £400 - 600

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290 Lot 290 *Edwin Smith (1912-1971) ’HIDCOTE’; ’STOURHEAD’; ’SISSINGHURST’ Three photographs each 38 x 28.6cm, framed (3) £150 - 200

Lot 291 *Angus McBean (1904-1990), SHIRLEY BASSEY Signed and inscribed ‘London, 1952’, annotated verso ‘Shirley Bassey - singer taken in studio 1952 at one of several visits made to photograph for record covers. I took this straight black and white shot which has been never been published, for my own amusement’, silver gelatin print, image 36 x 44cm, framed £400 - 600 Angus McBean collection, Lacy Scott and Knight, 12 April 2013.

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Lot 292 *Angus McBean (1904-1990), VIVIEN LEIGH AS LADY MACBETH Signed and inscribed ‘London 1955’, annotated verso ‘in Macbeth at Stratford-upon-Avon June 7 1955’, 34 x 44cm, framed £400 - 600

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230-668 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 293 A bronze bust of a polar explorer, stamped ‘AM 2/9 85’, 7cm high £100 - 150

Lot 294 A chrome sailing boat, 49cm wide 38cm high £150 - 200

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Lot 295 A glass beadwork pendant light, with two lights, 70cm wide 10cm deep 27cm high £100 - 150

295 Lot 296 A pair of floor lamps, 1950s, by Maison Lunel, each with four upright lights, with red collars and brass tulip crowns, with modern shades, 162cm high (2) £300 - 500

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Lot 297 A pair of floor lamps, 1950s, by Maison Lunel, each with four upright lights, with green collars and brass tulip crowns, with modern shades, 162cm high (2) £300 - 500

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Lot 298 A contemporary three-branch standard lamp, 164cm high £300 - 500

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300 304 Lot 299 A pair of chrome bistro tables, each with a circular glass top, 69cm diameter 69cm high (2) £800 - 1,200 Lot 300 A pair of four-globe ceiling lights, 58cm high (2) £400 - 600

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Lot 301 A pair of large clear lucite table lamps, 1970s, with clear panels, supported with chrome mounts (2) £600 - 800 Lot 302 Two Whitefriars’ coloured glass goblets, for 1937 double coronations, Edward VIII/George VI and Queen Elizabeth, one with a blue knop, the other with a red knop, inscribed ‘Whitefriars’, 19cm high approximately (2) £200 - 300

305 Lot 303 A Memphis-style table lamp, with a glass disc shade, raised on a yellow dome base, 26.5cm high £150 - 250 Lot 304 A champagne chair, with a clear Perspex moulded seat and leather cushion, on a sprung revolving stand, crest ‘CHAMPAGNE CHAIR LAVERENE FORMES, NOVELLES’, 81cm high £100 - 150 Lot 305 An aluminium searchlight, 100cm high £400 - 600

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307 Lot 306 A Royal Copenhagen snowy owl, printed and painted marks ‘1829’, 39cm high £300 - 500 Lot 307 A Royal Copenhagen group of long-eared squirrels, printed and painted marks ‘416’, 19cm high £200 - 300

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Lot 308 A Royal Copenhagen snowy owl, printed and painted marks, 22cm high £200 - 300

Lot 310 A Royal Copenhagen clouded leopard, modelled preening herself, printed and painted marks ‘2555’, 21cm high £200 - 300

Lot 309 A Royal Copenhagen Icelandic falcon, printed and painted marks ‘1661’, 40cm high £300 - 500

Lot 311 A Royal Copenhagen Icelandic falcon, printed and painted marks ‘263’, 22cm high £200 - 300

312 Lot 312 A Bing & Grondahl sparrowhawk, printed and painted marks ‘1892’, 29.5cm high £300 - 500

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 313 *Walter Hoyle (1922-2000), ‘JESUS COLLEGE’ Linocut, signed and inscribed with title, ‘artist’s proof’ and numbered 11/75 41 x 55cm £150 - 250

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Lot 314 *Robert Tavener (1920-2004) ‘KINGS COLLEGE CHAPEL’ from the ‘Cambridge Series’ Lithograph, signed in pencil and titled, artist’s proof 41 x 55cm £150 - 250 Lot 315 *Robert Tavener (1920-2004) ‘COUNTRY GARDEN AND COTTAGES’ Lithograph, artist’s proof 45.5 x 57.5cm £150 - 250

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Lot 316 *After David Gentleman ‘DOGGETT’S COAT AND BRIDGE’ Colour lithograph, a Guinness print 51 x 38cm £100 - 150 Lot 317 *After David Hockney, ‘THE DIVER’ Colour lithograph, a poster for Australian National Gallery, Canberra, 1982 133 x 78cm £200 - 300

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318 Lot 318 A pair of French gilt metal twin-branch wall lights, 50cm high (2) £200 - 300 Lot 319 A French painted mirror, 20th century, with an oval plate, a cream and gold border painted with flowers, 86cm wide 117cm high £250 - 350

Lot 320 Domus: 1928-1999, twelve volumes, Koln, Taschen, 2006, hardback, all with dust jackets and the original publisher’s transit boxes (12) £150 - 250

319 Lot 321 A contemporary sculpture, signed ‘Farkas’, modelled as a tree, 76cm high £200 - 300

For over seventy-five years, Domus has been hailed as the world’s most influential architecture and design journal. Founded in 1928 by the great Milanese architect, Gio Ponti, the magazine’s central agenda has always remained that of creating a privileged insight toward identifying the style of a particular age, from Art Deco, Modern Movement, Functionalism and Post-war to Pop. The twelve volumes feature a reprint of selected highlights from the years 1928 to 1999, reproducing the pages as they originally appeared.

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Lot 322 A desk workstation, designed by Bruce Burdick for Herman Miller in 1981, with a glass top, together with additional trays and stands, 230cm wide 91cm deep 73cm high £200 - 400

Lot 323 A pair of Porta Romana ‘Blob’ glass table lamp bases, with shades, 73.5cm high (2) £300 - 500

Lot 324 A pair of Italian armchairs, 1950s, with grey covers, on tapering brass supports, 74cm wide (2) £300 - 400

326 Lot 325 An Italian wing back armchair, with light turquoise upholstery, 67.5cm wide £250 - 350 Lot 326 A teak and glass trolley, in the style of Paolo Buffa, with an undertier raised on large castors, 75cm wide 41.5cm deep 67cm high £150 - 250

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Lot 327 An Italian settee, c.1950, with grey velvet upholstery, 146cm deep £300 - 500 Each lot is subject to Buyer’s Premium at 27.6% inclusive of VAT @ 20% Lots marked * will be subject to an additional fee - please see ARR details on page 137


230-668 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 328 A pair of Knoll armchairs, with moulded frames, upholstered with blue cushions, labelled ‘Knoll Antimott’ (2) £300 - 500 Lot 329 A contemporary side table, designed by Ashley Hicks for Jantar Mantar, the circular top raised on three cast supports, 69cm wide £150 - 200 Lot 330 A set of four wrought iron lounge chairs, with white upholstered seats and cushions, 60.5cm wide 71cm high (4) £250 - 350

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Lot 332 A pair of perspex and chrome chairs, designed by Boris Tabacoff for Mobilier Modulaire Moderne in 1971 (2) £400 - 600

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Lot 333 A brass and chrome wall mirror, 1970s, 70cm wide 110cm high £200 - 300

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334 Lot 334 § An Hans Wegner ‘RY-25 President’ sideboard, with a tambour front, an oak-lined interior with three central trays, flanked with two further shelves, and raised on an aluminium stand with rosewood details, 200cm wide 49cm deep 79cm high £6,000 - 8,000

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Lot 335 § A Danish rosewood dining suite, c.1970, comprising: a dining table, with an extra folding leaf, 122cm diameter, 173.5cm extended, a set of eight ‘Model 77’ dining chairs, designed by Niels Møller for J L Møller Mobelfrabrik, with leather seats, each labelled and with ‘Danish Makers’ Control’ labels, (6+2) and a sideboard, with three drawers and two cupboards, labelled ‘MK Craftmanship’, 240cm wide 45cm deep 70.5cm high (10) £1,000 - 1,500

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Lot 336 § A Danish rosewood drinks trolley, designed by Johannes Anderson for CF Christensen Silkeborg, on castors, with a button label, 73.5cm wide 46.5cm deep 70cm high £300 - 500

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Lot 337 A pair of Italian slipper chairs, 1950s, of small proportions (2) £250 - 350 Lot 338 A set of four painted metal and plastic shades, two pyramid-shaped, 43cm wide 54cm high, two lozenge-shaped, 98cm wide 47cm high (4) £400 - 600

339 Lot 341 An Italian hanging light, designed by Carlo Nason for Mazzega, with four clear and green-tinted petals incorporating the shade, 38cm high £200 - 300

Lot 342 An Italian clear wall light, modelled as a single feather, 36cm high £100 - 150

Lot 339 A pair of marble side tables, with tubular stands, 70cm square 39cm high (2) £200 - 300 Lot 340 An Italian glass table lamp, of ribbed form with aventurine inclusions, on a marble plinth, 50cm high £150 - 200

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Lot 344 A French two-tone chrome and copper console table, 1970s, 145cm wide 42cm deep 77cm high £300 - 500

Lot 345 An Italian, ebonised, gilt metal and glass coffee table, designed by Gabriela Crespi, 107cm wide 54cm deep 36.5cm high £100 - 150 Lot 346 A vellum-covered table, 1970s, Karl Springer, 130cm diameter 75cm high £400 - 600

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Lot 347 A leather sofa, by de Sede, 1970s, 154cm wide 85cm deep 78cm high £300 - 500 Lot 348 A pair of painted metal side tables, with perforated ‘ritigule’ tops, 61cm wide 32cm deep 61cm high, and another pair, 32cm wide 30cm deep 42cm high (4) £200 - 300

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230-668 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 349 *Ian Norbury (b.1948), ‘Icarus’, 2005, boxwood on a burrwood plinth and a painted stand, 50cm high overall £1,500 - 2,000 The piece was commissioned as a challenge to Ian Norbury that he could not make a wooden spring. Lot 350 A leather giraffe ottoman or footstool, 70cm wide 75cm high £300 - 500 Lot 351 A Danish light oak settee, with carved details, 178cm wide £200 - 300

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Lot 352 A bamboo coffee table, modelled as a bundle of bamboo, with a circular glass top, 116cm diameter 40cm high £400 - 600 Lot 353 A high back ‘Bird’ chair, designed by Harry Bertoia, with an opaque cover, 97cm wide 102cm high £250 - 350

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 354 A column table lamp, with two light fittings, 87.5cm high £200 - 300 Lot 355 A two-tier coffee table, blue plastic and aluminium, on a revolving stand, 114cm diameter 33cm high £700 - 900

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Lot 357 A set of wire pigeon shelves, 92cm wide 24cm deep 41.5cm high £200 - 400

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Lot 358 A pair of Danish upholstered armchairs, on raised turned legs, 88cm wide (2) £150 - 250

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362 Lot 359 *Juan Uslé (Spanish, b.1954) MISSING ALEPH, 2005 a pair of digital prints on rag paper, each from an edition of 60, both no. 52/60, each signed and numbered 46 x 33cm and 60 x 47.3cm (2) £150 - 250 Lot 360 Ellsworth Kelly (American, 1923-2015) BLUE CURVE (Black State) Axsom 284: Gemini 28.229, Los Angeles a colour lithograph (on BFK Rives wove paper), signed in pencil, numbered 39/58, published by Gemini GEL, Los Angeles sheet size 20.3 x 15.3cm £1,200 - 1,500 Provenance: W  ith Xavier Hulkans Gallery, Brussels; Private Collection, Belgium.

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363 Lot 361 *John Cecil Stephenson (1889-1965) FIVE TRIANGLES ‘39’ Signed on back paper, crayon, ink and chalk on paper 24.4cm x 17cm £800 - 1,000 Exhibited: Drian Galleries, London, 1939, No. 46 and Camden Arts Centre, London ‘Cecil Stephenson: A Retrospective’, 1975, Cat. No. 52. Lot 362 James Ferrier Pryde (1866-1941) FIGURE WITH RUIN Signed ‘Pryde’ l.l., oil on canvas 34 x 23.5cm £800 - 1,000

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364 Lot 363 Roy Turner Durrant (1925-1998) COMPOSITION: GARDEN 1954 Signed and dated 54 l.r., oil on panel 34 x 27cm £800 - 1,000 Provenance: The Belgrave Gallery, London, Private Collection, London. Lot 364 *Geoffrey Houghton-Brown (1903-1993) SURREALIST STUDY, ‘Preparing for the Chase’ Mixed media 27 x 22.5cm £200 - 300 Provenance: Quentin Stevenson, London.

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 365 A set of three globe lights, 38cm diameter (3) £100 - 150 Lot 366 A glass ceiling pendant, probably by Raak Holland, cracked, 55cm high £200 - 300

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Lot 367 A contemporary oval glass coffee table on an arching support and stepped base, 120cm wide 70.5cm deep 41cm high £150 - 250

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366 Lot 368 A neon sign, ‘Belsize Art’, in a clear perspex box frame, 219cm wide 7.5cm deep 31cm high £250 - 350 Lot 369 An Italian plastic coat stand/uplighter, designed by Achille Castiglione, 172cm high £180 - 220 Lot 370 A chrome and glass three-tier stand, 80cm high, together with a two-tier stand, 37cm high (2) £100 - 150

369 Lot 371 A Scolari chrome and lucite eight-branch ceiling light, 60cm diameter 60cm high £300 - 500

370 Lot 372 § A Merrow Associates chrome and rosewood side table, 53cm wide 56cm deep 41cm high £250 - 350

Lot 373 § A Merrow Associates rosewood and chrome coffee table, with a glass top on castors, 121cm wide 56cm deep 40cm high £400 - 600

Lot 374 A coffee table with a bevelled rectangular top, raised on a scrolled wheat sheaf stand, 142cm wide 76cm deep 40cm high £500 - 700

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Lot 375 A chrome two-tier trolley, 80.5cm wide 44.5cm deep 65.5cm high £250 - 350

Lot 376 A pair of three-globe hanging lights, 66.5cm high 70cm diameter £300 - 500

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Lot 377 An obelisk table light, 1970s, designed by Sandro Petti for Maison Jansen, 81cm high £800 - 1,200

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380 Lot 378 *After Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) ‘AFFICHES ORIGINALES’ Lithograph mini poster, printed by Mourlot in 1959 24.5 x 20cm £100 - 150

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Lot 379 *After Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) EXPOSITION VALLAURIS 1958 Lithograph mini poster, printed by Mourlot in 1959 25 x 20cm £100 - 150

Lot 380 *After Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) LA COMEDIE HUMAINE, 1954 Lithograph 24 x 32cm £100 - 150

Lot 381 *After Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) SATYR Lithograph, rear cover of lithograph III, 1956, edition of 3000 image 32 x 23.5cm approximately £100 - 150

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230-668 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 382 After Alexander Calder (American, 1898-1976) STABILES Lithograph, 1963, front cover of Derriere Le Miroir, number 141 37 x 27cm £150 - 200 Lot 383 *After Marc Chagall (French-Russian, 1887-1985) FRONT COVER OF DERRIERE LE MIROIR Original lithograph, 1964, number 147 36 x 27cm £160 - 220 Lot 384 *After Marc Chagall (French-Russian, 1887-1985) LA BAIE Lithograph, front cover from Jacques Lassaigne, 1957 22.5 x 19.5cm £100 - 150

382 Lot 385 *After Marc Chagall (French-Russian, 1887-1985) ROOSTER WITH CRESCENT Lithograph, from Jacques Lassaigne, 1957 22 x 18.5cm £100 - 150

383 Lot 386 *After Marc Chagall (French-Russian, 1887-1985) FRONT COVER FOR DERRIERE LE MIROIR Lithograph, 1972, number 198 36 x 27cm £200 - 300

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 387 *After Joan Miro (Spanish, 1893-1983) THE FIRE DANCE Lithograph, from Derriere Le Miroir, number 139-140, 1963, edition unknown, but approximately 1500 unsigned copies 37 x 51cm £200 - 300

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389 Lot 389 *After Joan Miro (Spanish, 1893-1983) FROM DERRIERE LE MIROIR Lithograph, number 139-140, 1963, edition unknown but approximately 1500 unsigned copies 36 x 26cm £100 - 150

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230-668 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 390 *John Bedding (b.1947), a raku-glazed jar and cover, with a mottled glazed body and a slab cut handle, 32cm high £80 - 120 Lot 391 *Felicity Aylieff (b.1954), an earthenware and agate inlaid vase, c.1985, with painted zigzag motifs, signed ‘F Aylieff’, 38cm high £200 - 300

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Lot 392 *Michael Casson (1925-2003), a large three landscape bowl, impressed mark and numbered ‘126’, 49cm diameter £150 - 250

Lot 393 *Michael Casson (1925-2003), a large landscape bowl, impressed mark, numbered ‘57’, 41.5cm diameter £150 - 250

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391 Lot 394 *Joanna Howells (b.1960), a celadon moulded bowl, of circular form, with a concave moulded centre, impressed seal mark, 28.5cm wide £100 - 150

Lot 395 *Joanna Howells (b.1960), a celadon leaf moulded bowl, of oval form, raised on lug feet, impressed seal mark, 28.5cm wide £100 - 200

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 396 *Jeremy Steward (b.1972), a stoneware jug, with sgraffito panels and impressed details, unmarked, 23cm high £80 - 120 Lot 397 Paul Chaleff (American, b.1947), a glazed stoneware jar, signed and dated ‘89, 39cm high £200 - 300

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Lot 398 *Barbara Tribe (British-Australian, 1913-2000), ‘Kimmy’, baked clay, on a wooden plinth, with studio label, 30cm high £100 - 150 Lot 399 *Barbara Tribe (British-Australian, 1913-2000), ‘Red Setter Puppies’, baked clay, on a wooden plinth, with studio label, 22cm high £100 - 150

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230-668 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 403 *John Leach (b.1939), a glazed Muchelney Pottery cauldron jar, 1990, with lug handles, impressed marks, 19.5cm high, and a smaller vase, dated ‘MM’ with vertical sgraffito bands and impressed details, impressed marks, 16cm high (2) £150 - 250 Lot 404 *John Leach (b.1939), two glazed Muchelney Pottery vases, each of octagonal form, one with incised details, dated ‘MM’ and ‘03’, impressed marks, 19 and 17cm high (2) £150 - 250

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Lot 407 *Jack Doherty (b.1948), a two-tone glazed jar and cover, with horizontal bands with impressed circles, impressed maker’s mark, 19cm high (2) £80 - 120

Lot 405 *Ian Gregory (b.1942), two raku-glazed models, a dog, and two grotesques, with losses, 24.5 and 30.5cm high (2) £120 - 180

Lot 408 *Nick Rees (b.1949), a Mucheleney octagonal and spiral moulded vase, impressed marks, 29.5cm high, and another vase, impressed vase mark, 23cm high (2) £100 - 150

Lot 406 *Malcolm Pepper (1937-1980), a large Toft-style ‘Galleon’ charger, inscribed signature and dated ‘78, 54cm diameter £100 - 150

Lot 409 *Carol McNicoll (b.1943), a pair of pottery candlesticks, with zigzag stands, holding modelled flowers, 26cm high (2) £200 - 400

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 410 A silver-plated cocktail shaker, 22cm high, and a clenched fist door handle, 18cm (2) £70 - 90 Lot 411 A Bentley chrome decanter, by Rudspeed, modelled as a Bentley radiator, with a green grille and winged badge, 19.5cm high £200 - 300

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413 Lot 413 A Troika pottery vase, with geometric panels, inscribed ‘Troika’ Cornwall, with artist monogram, 21.5cm high £200 - 300 Lot 414 A Fornasetti ‘Bucintoro’ tray, printed with a Venetian barge, labelled, 58.5cm long 25cm wide £250 - 350

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418 Lot 415 A Fornasetti 1959 table bell, painted with a calendar, printed inside ‘BUON 1959 DA PIERO FORNASETTI’, 12cm high £100 - 150 Lot 416 Three Fornasetti ashtrays, each printed with playbills for ‘La Sonnambula’ and ‘Parsifal’ and one other, printed marks, 16 to 21cm wide (3) £100 - 200

Lot 417 A Fornasetti ‘Sole Ricciuto’ metal tray, oval, 40cm diameter £300 - 500 Lot 418 An Ardmore Studio lizard bowl, dated 2006, the bowl brightly decorated with flowers, with lizards to the rim, inscribed ‘Made by Victor P T D by Sindy Ardmore 2006’, 32cm wide £150 - 200

419 Lot 419 An Ardmore Studio bird tureen and cover, dated 2006, the brightly decorated tureen with flowers and birds, inscribed ‘Made by Elizabeth, P T D by Zinkle Ardmore Art Studio, 06’, 24cm high £200 - 300 Lot 420 Two pairs of gilt metal twin-branch wall lights, 56.5 and 30cm high (4) £300 - 500

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Lot 421 A Danish concave settee, with green upholstery, 290cm wide £200 - 300

Lot 424 A painted metal table lamp, 1970s, modelled as a palm tree, 80cm high £100 - 150

Lot 422 An Art Deco tubular frame cantilever chair, possibly after a design by Louis Herman De Koninck £150 - 250

Lot 425 An oak drop-leaf table, with drop ends, raised with a ‘X’ platform base, 122cm diameter 72.5cm high £150 - 200

Lot 423 A pair of Italian armchairs, in the style of Paolo Buffa, 80cm wide (2) £400 - 600

Lot 426 A Formica-topped coffee table, printed with a leaf, on a painted stand, 116.5cm wide 48cm deep 37.5cm high £150 - 250

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Lot 427 A pair of ‘Banderol’ curtains, designed by Lucienne Day for Heal’s, each 170cm wide 145cm high (2) £200 - 300 Lot 428 Two printed panels and a curtain, ‘Tarn’, ‘Herbantony’ and ‘Helix’ designed by Lucienne Day for Heal’s, 112 x 112cm 127 x 230cm curtain 225 x 130cm approximately (3) £100 - 150

Lot 429 ‘Le Filet Aux Roseaux’, a Robert Debiève tapestry panel, dated 1976, labelled and signed, numbered 64/500, 154.5cm wide 106cm high £250 - 350 Lot 430 An appliquéwork panel, 1960s, on a buff ground, with tassels, 100cm wide 135cm high £160 - 180 Lot 431 ‘Les Grandes Esperanois’, by Raymond Hurtu, a Braun tapestry, labelled, signed printed and numbered 139, 160cm wide 116cm high £250 - 350

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Lot 432 A Linley walnut inlaid card table, with a removable top, revealing a baize surface, 83cm square 74.5cm high, a desk blotter, stamped ‘LINLEY’, 58.5cm wide 44cm deep, and a waste paper bin, stamped ‘LINLEY’, 28cm square 44.5cm high (3) £400 - 600

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Lot 433 A revolving ‘Radar’ lounger and ottoman, designed by James Irvine for B&B Italia, 81cm wide (2) £700 - 900

Lot 434 A Danish lounger, with slung arms, with black leather upholstery, 78cm wide £400 - 600 Lot 435 A teak rocking chair, 1970s, with a tan leather button back and seat, 72cm wide 96cm high seat 49cm high £350 - 450 Lot 436 A French ‘Boomerang’ wicker table, raised on painted strut supports, 98cm wide 51cm high £150 - 180

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230-668 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 437 A pair of silver candlesticks, Theo Fennell, London, 1997, plain stems with spreading circular bases, 17.5cm high, loaded (2) £400 - 600 Lot 438 A Danish glass preserve jar, with sterling silver lid by E Dragsted and a matching spoon, both with a bunch of grapes as the finials, 11cm high £80 - 120 Lot 439 Three silver gilt surprise eggs, by Stuart Devlin, London 1976, two 1977, each modelled differently with enamelled stars and a ladybird, no.160, a crown, no.43 and a fish around an anchor, no.160, 7cm high, each in original cases (3) £400 - 600

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Lot 440 Three silver gilt surprise eggs, by Stuart Devlin, 1978, 1979 and 1980, each modelled differently with a hedgehog, an arrangement of flowers, a clown and his dog, all numbered 160, 7cm high, in original cases (3) £400 - 600 Lot 441 Three silver gilt surprise eggs, by Stuart Devlin, London 1971, 1972 and 1973, each modelled differently with a chick, a frog seated on a lily pad with a fluorite crystal in the flower, no.160, and a rabbit, no.160, 7cm high, each in original cases (3) £400 - 600 Lot 442 Five silver gilt eggs, by Stuart Devlin, two 1983, two 1984 and 1985, each with different designs, two pierced and numbered ‘5’, each 6.5cm high, in original case (5) £400 - 600

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Lot 443 A silver gilt bear cub paperweight, by Stuart Devlin, 1976, 3.5cm high, in original box £100 - 150

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 444 A pair of Georg Jensen ‘Caravel’ salad servers, designed by Henning Koppel in 1957, 29cm long (2) £80 - 120 Lot 445 Georg Jensen ‘Pyramid’ pattern silver flatware, designed by Harold Nielsen in 1926 (11) £100 - 150

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Lot 446 Georg Jensen ‘Bead’ pattern silver cutlery, designed by Georg Jensen in 1916 (7) £80 - 120 Lot 447 Georg Jensen ‘Margrethe’, ‘Cypress’ and ‘Caravel’ pattern silver flatware (12) £100 - 150 Lot 448 Three Georg Jensen ‘Cactus’ pattern items, and eight further pieces of Danish silver flatware (11) £80 - 120

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Lot 449 Georg Jensen stainless steel cutlery items, designs by Arne Jacobsen, Jens Quistgaard, Henning Koppel (qty.) £80 - 120

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450 Lot 450 A marble and metal console table, 20th century, the serpentine top overpainted and with gilt supports, 140cm wide 39cm deep 79.5cm high £300 - 500

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Lot 451 An Italian hanging light, with a bevelled glass panelled shade, with three lights, 50.5cm wide 120cm high £200 - 300

Lot 452 A modern wood sculpture, signed ‘BEECS 78’, 107cm wide 66cm high £250 - 350

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 455 A daybed, attributed to a design by Robin Day for Florence Knoll, with grey upholstery and raised on chrome supports, 204cm wide £600 - 800 Lot 456 A dining suite, 1970s, comprising: four chairs, with brown plastic seats, and an oval glass dining table, with two supports, moulded marks ‘EST 4001’ and ‘Grafton Wis’, 107cm wide 166cm deep 72cm high (5) £250 - 350

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Lot 457 Polish Film posters, DZIŚ W NOCY UMRZE MIASTO; SAMSON, ŚWIADECTWO URODZENIA; KANAL,

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458 Lot 458 A beech and cedar cabinet, designed by Alfred Hendrickx for Belform, with sliding doors, enclosing drawers and shelves and a drop-down drinks surface, 186cm wide 139cm deep 42cm high £250 - 350 Lot 459 A pair of ‘DA1’ armchairs, designed by Ernest Race for Race Furniture, with original beige upholstery, labelled to the frame, on turned legs (2) £700 - 900 Lot 460 A ‘DA1’ settee, designed by Ernest Race for Race Furniture, labelled, with turned legs, 155cm wide £700 - 900

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Lot 461 A teak dining room suite, by Youngers, comprising: a table, 182cm wide 78cm deep 72.5cm high, and six dining chairs (7) £300 - 500 Lot 462 A Danish dining table, designed by Børge Mogensen for CM Madsen, branded, 200cm wide 90.5cm deep 70.5cm high £250 - 350 Lot 463 Six Danish ‘No. 75’ chairs, designed by Nils Otto Møller for JL Møller, each with cord seats, labelled, and an elbow chair (7) £250 - 350

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Lots 464 to 466 Sir Misha Black OBE (1910-1977) and Sam Black (1915-1999) The brothers, Misha and Sam Black, were both pioneers in Britain’s post-war design culture: Misha in industrial design and Sam in public relations. Misha and his associates set up the Design Research Unit (DRU) in 1943, a multi-disciplinary design consultancy, and later he was one of the instigators of the Festival of Britain. Sam was head of Public Relations at the Association of Optical Practitioners (AOP) between 1948 and 1955, and was a founder member of the Institute of Public Relations from 1948. Both were heavily involved with the Brussels Expo 1958: Sam organised the British exhibitors as head of public relations at the British Electrical & Allied Manufacturers’ Association, whilst the pavilion was designed by Misha and the DRU. Items relating to this period are included within the sale. The brothers’ contribution to the successful development of post-war ‘brand Britain’ was immense and they were both active educators in their respective fields.

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Lot 464 A collection of Design Research Unit Christmas cards, sent by Misha and Joan Black to Misha’s brother, Sam, comprising: 1971, with a print by Joe Tilson, framed, 1973, with a print by Sandra Blow, framed, another with a print by Donald Hamilton Fraser, unframed, another by Kenneth Martin, unframed, together with two further prints, one by Ben Nicholson and one by Barbara Hepworth, both framed (qty.) £300 - 500

Lot 465 Seven Design Research Unit Christmas cards, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, each signed by Milner Gray, William Frobisher and Robert …, with prints by Patrick Caulfield, Lucienne Day, Ian David Baker, Paul Hogarth, Sir Hugh Casson, Peter Kent and Peter Blake (7) £200 - 300 Provenance: Consigned by Patricia Black, Sam’s daughter.

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Lot 466 An archive of items relating to Misha and Sam Black, comprising: a Festival of Britain press pass, a Pleasure Gardens, Battersea, guide, 1951, Building Research Congress, International Optical Congress and British Electrical Congress, 1958 enamelled name badges, other ephemera including postcards and pamphlets from the Brussels Expo 1958 and photographs and books relating to the brothers (qty.) £200 - 300 Provenance: Consigned by Patricia Black, Sam’s daughter.

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467 Lot 467 *Graham Sutherland (1903-1980) FABRIC DESIGN Watercolour 20 x 21cm, and three fabric samples for Horrockes Ltd. 55 x 49cm overall (4) £500 - 700

468 Lot 468 A cream leather lounger, 1970s £200 - 300 Lot 469 A two-tone brass and chrome standard lamp, 1970s, 165cm high £250 - 350

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Lot 470 A set of six steel and leather chairs, c.1970, with buckles and straps to the frame (6) £1,000 - 1,500 Lot 471 A brass and ebonised coffee table, c.1970, with a smoked glass top, 140cm wide 80cm deep 35cm high £200 - 400

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Lot 473 A plywood laminated chair, 49cm wide 136cm high £100 - 150 Lot 474 Two rosewood ‘Model 56’ easy chairs, c.1965, designed by Grete Jalk (2) £600 - 800 Lot 475 A Danish rosewood wardrobe, with an arrangement of cupboards, 310cm wide 64cm deep 250cm high £300 - 500

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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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Lot 476 Two metal dishes, by Marcello Fantoni, with pierced torch cut friezes, stamped ‘FANTONI FIRENZE ITALY’, 20.5 and 25cm diameter (2) £200 - 400 Lot 477 Two pendant lights, 1970s, 22 and 24cm high (2) £100 - 150

Lot 478 A 1950s wrought iron and glass top coffee table, the base centred with a wire ball, 68cm diameter 49.5cm high £200 - 300

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Lot 479 A pair of scumbled occasional tables, by R & Y Augousto, each labelled, 50.5cm wide 40.5cm deep 50cm high (2) £250 - 350

Lot 480 A design for a table, by the Maison Paul Fargette and Maison Charles, 76 x 110cm, framed £250 - 350

Lot 481 A collection of Old Hall stainless steel items, designed by Robin Welch, largest 18.5cm high, and a David Mellor teapot, 15cm high (qty.) £70 - 90

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Lot 485 A pair of Swedish side tables, 62cm wide 57cm deep 35.5cm high (2) £200 - 300 Lot 486 A painted metal table lamp, in the form of a lemon tree, a later shade, 76cm high overall £150 - 200

Lot 487 A brass and chrome umbrella stand, 1970s, with a dished travertine marble base, 34cm wide 34cm deep 60.5cm high £100 - 150

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Lot 488 A contemporary travertine marble column, 35cm diameter 72cm high £200 - 300

Lot 489 Two Italian stands, 1960s, each with a glass dish, 61 and 72cm high (2) £100 - 150

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Lot 490 A pair of brass side tables, 1960s, with mirrored glass tops, 52.5cm square 42cm high (2) £150 - 200

492 Lot 491 A Morris Rushton ‘Flesh Pots’ sculpture, 1970s, comprising a three-piece stacking casseroles set in the form of a nude female torso, printed marks to the base, 45cm high £100 - 150

Lot 492 A glass vase, designed by Clyne Farquharson for John Walsh Walsh, incised with signature, a Whitefriars’ Glass vase, designed by Geoffrey Baxter, 17.5cm high, and a Whitefriars’ bowl, 26.7cm diameter (3) £150 - 200

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Lot 493 A pair of Robin Welch cast iron candlesticks, 9.2cm high, and a comport, 25cm diameter 15cm high (3) £80 - 120

Lot 494 An Aldo Tura coffee table, with a resin-coated parchment top, raised on chrome supports, labelled, 110cm wide 55cm deep 40cm high £200 - 300

Lot 497 A teak dining table, designed by Frem Rojle, 105cm diameter 155 extended 74cm high, and a set of four chairs, branded ‘Frem Rojle, Made in Denmark’ (5) £200 - 400 102

Lot 495 A French coffee table, designed by Robert Mathieu, with a wedge-shaped top, wrought iron stand, with a perforated ‘ritigule’ metal tier, 93cm wide 43.5cm deep 37.5cm high £250 - 350

Lot 496 A two-tone chrome coffee table, with a smooth glass top, over an undertier, 50cm wide 80cm deep 40cm high, and a suite of four trays, by Willy Rizzo, 18 to 28cm square (2) £300 - 500

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Lot 498 A corduroy upholstered armchair £200 - 300

Lot 501 A two-blade propeller, 252cm long £1,200 - 1,500

Lot 499 A set of four beech and walnut laminate chairs (4) £100 - 150

Lot 502 A brass occasional table, 55cm square 37cm high £100 - 150

Lot 500 *Donald Wells (1924-2014), ‘Totem Sculpture’, 1960s, carved wood, 16cm high 71cm high including the base £300 - 500

Lot 503 Eleven coloured ceiling lights, most with German labels, 17.5cm high (11) £300 - 500

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 504 A two-tone metal mirror, 1970s, 70cm wide 89cm high £300 - 500 Lot 505 An oak lounge chair, designed by Hans Wegner for GETAMA, with olive green upholstery £200 - 300

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Lot 506 A cherrywood dining table, 150cm square £100 - 150 Lot 507 A pair of light oak armchairs, designed by Borge Mogensen for Fredericia Stolefabrik, each with blue cushions (2) £200 - 300

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Lot 508 A Howard Keith settee, with pink upholstered fabric, 124cm wide £300 - 500

508 Lot 509 A teak long sideboard, with a central cupboard, each side flanked with four drawers, 244cm wide 45cm deep 75cm high £200 - 400

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230-668 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 510 A pair of oak lounge chairs, designed by Hans Wegner, with pink upholstery (2) £100 - 150 Lot 511 An oak desk, with three drawers to one side, a well, and a shelf to the opposite, 103cm wide 63cm deep 67cm high £150 - 200 Lot 512 A pair of William Yeoward blue glass and clear spiral table lamp bases, with shades, 81cm high (2) £250 - 350

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Lot 513 A large desk, designed by Osvaldo Borsani for Tecno, c.1970, with two tray drawers either side and a cabinet, with a drawer and a cupboard to the side, 220cm wide 100cm deep 71cm high £400 - 600 Lot 514 A leather-topped centre table, designed by Guy Lèfevre, 151cm wide 96cm deep 76.5cm high £200 - 400

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Lot 516 A large mahogany desk, designed by George Ciancimino, c.1970, with drawers and slides each side, 202cm wide 92cm deep 76cm high £400 - 600

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 517 A stained wood centre table, by Fabricius and Kastholm, 124cm diameter 71cm high £400 - 600

Lot 518 A patinated brass and metal side table, in the manner of Willy Daro, c.1970, with a chequerboard chevron motif to the glass top, 60cm square 40.5cm high £100 - 150

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Lot 519 A model ‘555T’ articulated floor lamp, designed by Oscar Torlasco for Lumi, c.1960, 156cm high £200 - 300

Lot 520 A Danish black leather lounge chair, on a revolving stand £100 - 150

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Lot 521 A brass and patinated metal side table, in the manner of Willy Daro, 1970s, with an acid etched brass top, 60cm square 40.5cm high £150 - 200

Lot 522 A pair of aluminium and upholstered lounge chairs, designed by Knut Hesterberg, 1970s, 73.5cm wide (2) £300 - 500

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Lot 523 A Danish leather wing back armchair, 78.5cm wide £100 - 150 Lot 524 A walnut chest of drawers, designed by Paul McCobb for Calvin Furniture Co., Michigan, 168cm wide 46cm deep 87cm high £250 - 350 Lot 525 A patinated bronze dining suite, by Albert Guibara (b.1944), comprising, an octagonal glass dining table, the base mounted with rocks, undersea coral and fish, 121.5cm, and four dining chairs, the seats pierced with ‘coral’, each with a pad cushion (5) £700 - 900 Lot 526 An Italian ash cabinet, with inlaid panels, lacking shelves, 106cm wide 47cm deep 149cm high £200 - 300

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 532 A contemporary concrete and chrome coffee table, with a glass top, 139cm wide 88cm deep 34.5cm high £100 - 150

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Lot 533 A clear lucite trolley, 60cm wide 40cm deep 45.5cm high, and a magazine rack, 30cm wide 30cm deep 26cm high (2) £60 - 80

528 Lot 527 A modern silver cutlery set, by PH, London 1972, comprising: a knife, fork, spoon and a rest, in an oak box £80 - 120 Lot 528 A pair of silver spoons, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield 1931, a silver knife and a spoon, by Leslie Gordon Durbin, London 1954, and a fork, by Montague Maxwell Carr Groome, London 1959 (6) £150 - 200 Lot 529 A pair of contemporary glass pedestals, with bevelled edges, 23.5cm square 100.5cm high (2) £100 - 150

529 Lot 530 *Mark Brazier-Jones (b.1956), an ‘Anemone’ table, aluminium and glass, signed and dated 2001, 200cm wide 150cm deep 70cm high £3,000 - 5,000 Lot 531 *Mark Brazier-Jones (b.1956), four ‘Dolphin Tail’ chairs, monogramed to the inside of each leg, 81.5cm high seat 49cm high (4) £3,000 - 5,000

Lot 534 Two chrome two-tier trolleys, 72cm wide 46cm deep 75cm high, and 87cm wide 47cm deep 67cm high (2) £200 - 300 Lot 535 An aluminium searchlight, on a later stand, 108cm high £400 - 600 Lot 536 A steel and leather mounted circular coffee table, designed by Jacques Adnet, with ring handles to the edge, 106cm diameter 45cm high £1,500 - 1,800

Lot 537 A Dijkstra wall light, 117cm high £200 - 300

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Lot 538 After Georges Braque (French, 1882-1963) AN EMBOSSED ETCHING FROM THE ‘HOMMAGE AUX BIJOUR DE BRAQUE’ SERIES Gilded with 23 carat gold leaf, c.1971 edition 75 56 x 70cm £200 - 300 Lot 539 Josef Albers (American, 1888-1976) IX-3 and XVIII-8, 1963 Two screenprints from ‘Interaction of Colour’, edition 1000 33 x 51cm (2) £200 - 400

Lot 540 *Bernard Buffet (French, 1928-1999) STILL LIFE WITH BOTTLE; NATURE MORTE AUX FRUITS, 1967 Two lithographs, signed in the plate 31 x 24cm (2) £200 - 400 Lot 541 *Howard Hodgkin (1932-2017) ANDREW ALLFREE; GOING FOR A WALK WITH ANDREW Two screenprints 70.5 x 87.5cm and 70 x 81.5cm (2) £200 - 400

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544 Lot 542 *Henri Matisse (French, 1869-1954) ‘DECORATION MASQUES’, 1954 Lithograph from ‘The Last Works’, printed by Mourlot after Matisse’s cutouts 31.5 x 92.5cm £200 - 300

Lot 543 *Henri Matisse (French, 1869-1954) ‘LA PERRUCHE AT LA SIRENE’ Lithograph, 1954 from ‘The Last Works’, printed by Mourlot after Matisse’s cutouts 36 x 77.5cm £200 - 300

546 Lot 544 *Henri Matisse (French, 1869-1954) ‘LA NEGRESSE’; ‘LIERRE’ Lithographs 1954, from ‘The Last Works’, printed by Moulot after Matisse’s cutouts 33 x 43.5 and 24 x 24cm (2) £200 - 300

Lot 545 *Henri Matisse (French, 1869-1954) NU BLEU I, VII AND X Lithographs 1954 from ‘The Last Works’, printed by Mourlot after Matisse’s cutouts 33.5 x 26.5cm (3) £250 - 350

Lot 546 *Henri Matisse (French, 1869-1954) NU BLEU IV; ACROBATES Original lithograph 1954 from ‘The Last Works’, printed by Mourlot after Matisse’s cutouts 26 x 23.5cm (2) £200 - 300

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547 Lot 547 *Henry Moore (1898-1986) SCULPTURAL OBJECTS Lithograph, 1949 from the ‘School Prints’ series, signed in the plate 50 x 76cm £300 - 500

Lot 548 Louise Nevelson (American, 1899-1988) POSTER FOR ‘NEVELSON AT PACE/COLUMBUS’, 1977 Screenprint 65 x 66cm £150 - 200

548 Lot 549 *Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) Two four-colour lithographs from the suite Toros y Toreros 11.3.59 II and 12.3591 1961 Edition size 150 37 x 25.5cm (2) £300 - 500

Lot 550 *Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) BACCHANAL WITH BLACK BULL; BACHANAL WITH BULL, 1962 Two lithographs, from Picasso Linogravures published by Galerie Louise Leiris 27 x 32.5cm (2) £200 - 400

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Lot 551 *John Piper (1903-1992) NURSERY FRIEZE, 1936 Lithograph 46 x 121cm £950 - 1,250

Lot 552 *Arthur-Luiz Piza (French, 1928-2017) BLUE AND YELLOW Etching, aquatint and embossing, signed and numbered 51/99 23 x 18cm £200 - 300

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Lot 553 *Richard Smith (1931-2016) UNTITLED FROM THE ‘TWO OF A KIND’ SERIES, 1978 Lithograph signed from the edition of 70 70 x 70.5cm £300 - 500

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Lot 554 A white painted demi-lune cocktail cabinet, with a marble top, over a further cupboard, 89cm wide 44cm deep 112.5cm high £200 - 300

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Lot 555 A pair of Louis Poulsen wall lights, 22cm deep 18cm high (2) £80 - 120

Lot 556 § A chrome and rosewood two-tier trolley, 63cm wide 42cm deep 65cm high £250 - 350

Lot 557 An Italian chrome ceiling light, with nine glass globe shades, 61cm high £150 - 200

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560 Lot 558 A pair of Mouette wall sconces, designed by Jacques Charles for Maison Charles, 45cm wide 18cm high (2) £200 - 400 Lot 559 A pendant lamp, designed by Hans Wegner for Louis Poulsen £300 - 500 Lot 560 An Orrefors cocktail set, comprising: ten goblets, 6cm high, and two lidded decanters, 23cm high (12) £150 - 200 Lot 561 *Donald Wells (1924-2014), ‘Vertical Ovoid’, c.1969, a ceramic sculpture on artist’s wooden and perspex base, unique, signed on base, 15cm wide 46cm high including the base £200 - 400

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562 Lot 562 Three French travel posters BRETAGNE ‘LA POINTE’ DU RAZ; RIVIERA COTE D’AZUR, MENTON; CANNES Printed for the Ministère des Travaux Publics, des Transports et Du Tourisme 61 x 98cm (3) £100 - 150 Lot 563 Two French travel posters PARIS, VUE DE MONTMARTRE; RIVIERA - CÔTE D’AZUR Printed for the Ministère des Travaux Publics, des Transports et Du Tourisme 61 x 98cm (2) £80 - 120

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563 Lot 564 Two Metoluk posters GIVE IT A ONCE OVER WITH A METOLUK THE DEEP SWEEPER; ‘YEARS AHEAD OF ALL THE OTHERS’ 50 x 75cm (2) £50 - 80 Lot 565 A Guinness poster OFF WITH ITS HEAD! CRIED THE QUEEN - GUINNESS KEEPS ITS HEAD, with Alice and Wonderland Characters Printed by the Dangerfield Printing Company Ltd., London 53 x 78cm £150 - 200

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564 Lot 566 Six Ford Motor Company posters 1950s and later, for models: PREFECT; ZEPHYR MK1; POPULAR; ZEPHYR SIX; CONSUL, AND ANGLIA 76 x 101cm (6) £150 - 200 Lot 567 Bedford Lorry Advertising posters YOU SEE THEM EVERYWHERE Screenprints, three titled sheets, and five further sheets, each advertising three lorry variations 38 x 100cm (8) £150 - 200

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230-668 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 568 Leyland lorry and coach Posters LEYLAND PASSENGER VEHICLES; COMET 90 TRUCKS AND THREE ROYAL TIGER COACHES; SKYWAYS OF LONDON; CONTINENTAL COACH AIR SERVICE; and eight further coach travel posters LONDON TRANSPORT; LUXURY COACH TRAVEL EASY WAY HOLIDAYS; VICTORIAN COACH STATION REGULAR; DAILY SERVICES (13) £100 - 150

568 Lot 569 Eastern National Coach Service Travel Posters ENJOY THE RICHES OF BRITAIN; SEND YOUR PARCELS BY BUS; and six further booking posters (18) £150 - 200

569 Lot 570 Eastern National Omnibus Company Travel Posters HIRE A COACH TO TAKE YOU AROUND AND ABOUT; TOURS AND EXCURSIONS BY LUXURY COACH; GO AWAY FOR THE DAY BY COACH; and seven further excursion posters (qty.) £100 - 150

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 571 A collection of Motor and Travel Posters VAUXHALL; ALBION; CHIEFTAIN LORRY; TWO DUPLE COACHWORK POSTERS; RIBBLE SCOTTISH TOURS; SNOW AND ICE POSTER; and various other posters and timetable posters Screenprints and lithographs (qty.) £100 - 200

571 Lot 572 Three BOAC travel posters, FLY BOAC CANADA; SALES THROUGH THE AIR WITH THE GREATEST OF EASE; FLY BY BOAC & QUANTAS AUSTRALIA; and three BEA posters; PARIS, ROME AND AMSTERDAM, poor condition, largest 100 x 63cm (6) £250 - 350

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Lot 573 A Hille revolving chair, in grey, labelled £100 - 150

Lot 574 An Italian chrome table lamp, by Sciolari, 59.5cm high £200 - 300

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574 Lot 575 A Danish cream upholstered three-seater settee, 240cm wide £300 - 500

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230-668 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 576 A pair of ‘Housemaster’ armchairs, designed by Ib Kofod Larsen for G-Plan, with black leather cushions, 80.5cm wide 85cm deep 82cm high (2) £1,500 - 2,000

Lot 577 Fourteen Ercol stacking chairs, worn (14) £200 - 300

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Lot 578 A teak coffee table, designed by Hans Wegner for Andreas Tuck, with a pad cushion, branded ANR Tuck, ‘Danish Makers’ Control’ Label, 150cm wide 62cm deep 48cm high £200 - 300

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Lot 579 An Italian teak book stand, with two adjustable shelves and a rattan display shelf, 83cm wide 24cm deep 107.5cm high £150 - 250

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Lot 580 A pair of Tom Dixon ‘Baby Fat’ Chairs (2) £1,500 - 2,000

Lot 581 Tom Dixon ‘S’ Chair variant, 102cm high £1,000 - 1,500

Lot 582 A Tom Dixon ‘S’ chair, 98cm high £1,000 - 1,500

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Lot 586 Three aluminium desk chairs, model no. 938/138, designed by Charles Eames for Herman Miller, in lime green, labelled ‘Herman Miller’ (3) £600 - 800 Lot 587 A set of six dining chairs, 1970s, with orange corduroy backs and seats (6) £150 - 250

Lot 588 A Louis Poulsen ‘A J Royal’ pendant light, designed by Arne Jacobsen £150 - 250 Lot 589 A Danish concave settee, with blue upholstery, 250cm wide £200 - 300

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Lot 590 A pair of contemporary table lamps, with glass columns, by Nina Campbell, 58cm high overall (2) £100 - 150

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Lot 591 A white laminate and yellow leather mounted dressing table, with three drawers, 152cm wide 55.5cm deep 73.5cm high, a matching stool, 88cm wide 40cm deep 44cm high, a pair of bedside tables, 46cm wide 56cm deep 49cm high, and three matching decorative panels, to create a headboard, 54.5cm wide 68.5cm high (7) £200 - 400 Lot 592 Four contemporary walnut tables, designed by Tim Oldham, each with a shelf, 34cm square 56cm high (4) £150 - 200

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Lot 593 An hardwood stool, 47cm wide 35cm deep 51cm high £50 - 100 Lot 594 A Guy Rogers ‘Manhattan’ sofabed, designed by George Fejer and Eric Phamphilon in afromosia, reupholstered £400 - 600

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Lot 595 A painted side table, with a glass top over an undertier £70 - 90

Lot 599 A pair of contemporary mahogany ash and burr wood bedside cabinets, each with concave tops, the cabinet opening to either a single shelf or two banks of three glass shelves, stamped ‘SW1 Cribb & Son, PAT 854837’, 44.5cm wide 26cm deep 69cm high (2) £400 - 600

Lot 596 *Kobron (Iwo Rynkiewicz) (Polish, b.1970), a ceramic sculpture, titled ‘SWEDE HIDING IN THE WOODS AVOIDING PROSECUTORS’, 2015, 33cm high £150 - 200

Lot 600 A Reynolds of Ludlow walnut sideboard, the three central bars flanked with cupboards enclosing glass shelves, 136.5cm wide 45cm deep 102cm high £250 - 350

Lot 597 *Kobron (Iwo Rynkiewicz) (Polish, b.1970), a ceramic sculpture, titled ‘KID - LOVE’, 2015, 30cm high £100 - 150 Lot 598 A beech lounger, with turquoise seat covers, the seat hinged to extend to an ottoman £150 - 200

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Lot 601 Three ‘Stak’ chairs, designed by Robin Day for Hille (3) £500 - 700

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 602 A ‘Stak’ table, designed by Robin Day for Hille, with a single drop leaf, labelled ‘Hille of London’, 121cm open, 60cm flap down 82.5cm wide 72.5cm high £250 - 350

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Lot 603 A Lloyd Loom ‘Lusty’ armchair, 1950s, 60cm wide £300 - 500 Lot 604 *’iPhant’ painted by Mette Rishøj from the Elephant Parade, Copenhagen 2011, 148cm high £1,500 - 2,000 Lot 605 A Saporiti Italia dining room suite, comprising: a table, with rounded ends supported on a sloping pedestal, 280cm wide 111cm deep 74.5cm high, a set of twelve polished steel chairs, and two sideboards, 168cm wide 50cm deep 90cm high (15) £1,000 - 1,500

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230-668 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 606 A set of six chairs, designed and manufactured by D Bianco and Sons Ltd. in 1972 for the London Stock Exchange Council Chamber, stamped and variously numbered ‘D Bianco’ (6) £400 - 600 The furniture business, D Bianco, was established in 1880 by Domenico Bianco, a cabinetmaker from Piedmont in Italy. Based off Tottenham Court Road, London, the business soon expanded, and during the Second World War concentrated on making aeroplane wings, propellers and munition boxes. The company also produced furniture for architects, including Edwin and Robert Lutyens, for interior designers, decorators and department stores, including Heal and Son.

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Lot 607 A two-seater brown leather settee, by De Sede, 150cm wide £400 - 600

Lot 608 An Italian armchair, with grey velvet upholstery, 87cm wide £400 - 600

Lot 609 A Verner Panton (1926-1998) ‘Phantom’ chair, 1998, inflated polypropylene, with maker’s mark and date: ‘Densa Basel 98’, 70cm wide 120cm deep 35cm high £200 - 400

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Lot 610 Three contemporary Foscarini lights, two ceiling lights, and a wall light, 48 x 37cm (x2) and 33 x 25cm (3) £100 - 150

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 611 After Alexander Calder (American, 1898-1976) FLOATING CIRCLES A jute fibre panel, numbered 5/100, CAC publication, labelled 129cm wide 177cm high £3,000 - 5,000 Lot 612 After Alexander Calder (American, 1898-1976) FLOATING CIRCLES A jute fibre panel, numbered from an edition of 100, CAC publication, labelled, 129cm wide 177cm high £3,000 - 5,000

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612 Lot 613 After Alexander Calder (American, 1898-1976) FLOATING CIRCLES jute fibre panel, unlabelled 129cm wide 177cm high £3,000 - 5,000

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Lot 615 A stool, designed by Jules Wabbes, labelled ‘Jules Wabbes Bulo’, 43cm wide 36cm high £150 - 250 Lot 616 A Scandinavian leather lounge chair, on a revolving stand, £120 - 180

Lot 617 A contemporary chrome and ash table, 84.5cm wide 75cm high £150 - 200 Lot 618 Three wall mirrors, 1950s, each of similar tapering form, highest 78.5cm (3) £150 - 200

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 619 A post-modern metal and wood coat stand, 187cm high £200 - 300 Lot 620 A wrought iron plant stand, 83cm wide 63cm high, and a firedog, after Jean Royère, 60cm wide 36cm deep (2) £150 - 200

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619 Lot 621 Gense stainless steel ‘Focus de Luxe’ cutlery, designed by Folke Arstrom (1907-1997) (35) £100 - 150

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Lot 622 A ‘Ron Fil’ stainless steel and black-handled cutlery set, and three Stanley Robertson servers and a ladle (qty.) £100 - 150 Lot 623 A pair of ‘Lampira’ sconce lights, designed by Gianemilio Piero and Anna Monti for FontanaArte, 18cm diameter (2) £200 - 300

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230-668 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 624 An amber resin and brass table lamp, 1960s, 69cm high £150 - 200 Lot 625 A set of six teak dining chairs, designed by Hans Wegner for Johannes Hansen, with blue fabric seats, labelled (6) £300 - 500

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Lot 626 A pair of Korium armchairs, designed by Tito Agnoli for Matteo Grassi, in tan leather, 63cm wide (2) £500 - 700

Lot 627 A pair of Korium armchairs, designed by Tito Agnoli for Matteo Grassi, 76cm wide (2) £500 - 700

Lot 628 § A suite of Danish rosewood low bookcases, designed by Paul Hundevard, 138.5cm wide 30.5cm deep 100cm high; 138cm wide 30.5cm deep 79.5cm high, and 108cm wide 30.5cm deep 78cm high (3) £300 - 500

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 629 § A rosewood umbrella stand, 1960s, of demi-lune form with a pierced panel to the front, lacking two panels to the back, 33cm wide 71cm high £100 - 150 Lot 630 § Two Danish rosewood bookcases, 90cm wide 32cm deep 135cm high, and 135cm wide 30cm deep 58cm high (2) £200 - 300

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632 Lot 631 § A Danish rosewood cabinet and matching chest en suite, designed by Kay Christensen, 85cm wide 45cm deep 72cm high, and 85cm wide 40cm deep 72cm high (2) £300 - 500

Lot 632 § A Danish rosewood coffee table, inset with Royal Copenhagen panels, 95cm square 50cm high £200 - 300 Lot 633 § A Danish rosewood low cabinet, with four drawers, 120cm wide 43cm deep 62cm high £200 - 300

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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230-668 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 634 A Maison Charles ‘Bateau’ stainless steel and glass coffee table, 123.5cm wide 88cm deep 33cm high £200 - 400 Lot 635 A French leather and metal-mounted table lamp, 41.5cm high £100 - 150

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Lot 636 A coffee table, designed by Peter Hvidt for France & Søn, 86cm diameter 43cm high £250 - 350 Lot 637 A teak dining table, possibly by Soren Willadsen, no extra leaf, 170cm wide 96cm deep 71cm high £200 - 300

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Lot 638 A large metal plafonnier or wall light, of disc form, 90cm diameter £100 - 200 Lot 639 A Danish oak settee, stencilled ‘LN9547’ to the frame, 170cm wide £200 - 300

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Lot 644 Daniel Gbenga Orimoloye (Nigerian, b.1966) BRIDGE OF SIGHS AT ST JOHNS Signed and dated 2016, oil on board 61 x 46cm £300 - 500

Lot 643 Daniel Gbenga Orimoloye (Nigerian, b.1966) SAFFRON WALDEN TOWN HALL Signed and dated 2013, oil on canvas 45.54 x 61cm £350 - 450

Lot 645 Daniel Gbenga Orimoloye (Nigerian, b.1966) CAISTER BEACH Signed and dated, oil on canvas 60 x 80cm £400 - 600

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230-668 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 646 Daniel Gbenga Orimoloye (Nigerian, b.1966) WELLS HARBOUR Signed and dated 2015, oil on canvas 46 x 61cm £250 - 350 Lot 647 Daniel Gbenga Orimoloye (Nigerian, b.1966) WELLS Signed and dated 2014, oil on canvas 61 x 45cm £250 - 350

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Lot 648 Daniel Gbenga Orimoloye (Nigerian, b.1966) HOLKHAM BEACH Signed and dated 2015, oil on canvas 60 x 80cm £400 - 600 Lot 649 Daniel Gbenga Orimoloye (Nigerian, b.1966) BROGRAVE MILL Signed and dated 2014, oil on canvas 25.5 x 35.5cm £150 - 250 Lot 650 Daniel Gbenga Orimoloye (Nigerian, b.1966) DANCER/FIGURE Signed and dated 2013, oil on canvas 61 x 45cm £150 - 250 Lot 651 Daniel Gbenga Orimoloye (Nigerian, b.1966) FIGURE Signed and dated 2013, oil on canvas 45 x 61cm £250 - 350

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Lot 652 Daniel Gbenga Orimoloye (Nigerian, b.1966) LANDSCAPE SUNSET Signed and dated 2015, oil on board 25.5 x 35.5cm £250 - 350

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653 Lot 653 A German teak two-light standard lamp, 158cm high £150 - 180 Lot 654 A pair of Italian armchairs, with cast supports, 61cm wide (2) £300 - 500

655 Lot 655 A pair of brass concertina racks, 80cm wide 33cm high (2) £150 - 200

Lot 656 An Italian wall light, by Mario Bellini for Poliarte, 55cm wide 17cm deep 79cm high £300 - 500 Lot 657 An Italian clear and opaque table lamp, 35cm diameter £100 - 150

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230-668 POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING Lot 658 A set of nine French double-sided educational posters, 1960-1970s, colour lithographs, printed by Editions Rossignol, Montmorillon, Vienne, 75 x 90cm, framed (9) £200 - 300

Lot 659 Two Mosellane Beer posters, by Edouard Bollaert (1813-1898), 80 x 120cm overall, framed (2) £150 - 250

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Lot 660 An Italian rosewood sideboard, by Dassi, 1950s, with a black glass top and a maple edge, the central cupboards with cone designs, flanked with further cupboards, raised on shaped legs and a plinth base, labelled, 161cm wide 54.5cm deep 94.5cm high £600 - 800

Lot 661 An Italian dining table, by Dassi, 1950s, with a black glass top, a maple edge and shaped legs united with a stretcher, 180.5cm wide 90.5cm deep 79.5cm high £400 - 600 Lot 662 An Italian rosewood sideboard, by Dassi, 1950s, of serpentine form with a glass shelf and a reeded panel back, the central cupboard carved with a figure, birds, dice, chess pieces and playing cards, enclosing a mirrored interior, flanked with further cupboards over an open shelf, backed with a reeded panel on a plinth box, 199cm wide 46cm deep 125cm high £800 - 1,200

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POST-WAR AND MODERN OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND LIGHTING 230-668 Lot 663 An Italian pottery table lamp base, decorated with panels of birds, a dragon, a fish, and flowers £60 - 80

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Lot 664 An ‘Opus 22’ teak bedroom suite, comprising: a mirrored dressing table, 119.5cm wide 42.5cm deep 61cm high, two chests, each with six drawers, 119.5cm wide 42.5cm deep 61cm high, and a pair of bedside tables, 60cm wide 42cm deep 31cm high (5) £200 - 400 Lot 665 A pair of ‘Lampira’ sconce lights, c.1970, designed by Gianemilio Piero and Anna Monti for FontanaArte (2) £200 - 300

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Lot 668 A contemporary inlaid coffee table, brought from Heal’s, the top with carp and lily pads, on a green stained background, raised on a ‘X’ frame, 110cm wide 103cm deep 39cm high £200 - 300

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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. Attributed 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 or in part the work of the artist. hand of the named artist. Circle of David Cox in our opinion a work from the period of the artist and showing his influence.

The addition of a question mark (?) after any of the above cataloguing terms indicates an element of doubt.

Follower of David Cox in our opinion a work executed in the style of David Cox

A work catalogued as ‘School’ accompanied by the name of a place or country and a date means that in our opinion 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 Signed/inscribed/dated in our opinion the work has been signed/inscribed/dated by the artist

All references to signatures, inscriptions and dates refer to the present state of the work, ie. as at the time of inspection for the purpose of cataloguing. 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 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.

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From €50,000.01 to €200,000

3%

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:

From €200,000.01 to €350,000

1%

From €350,000.01 to €500,000

0.5%

Exceeding €500,000

0.25%

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.

  

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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20th Century Decorative Art and Design To include The Horlicks Collection of Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson Furniture Tuesday 9 October 2018

Further Entries of Arts and Crafts invited by 24 August johnblack@sworder.co.uk | 01279 817778


ABSENTEE BID FORM If you are unable to attend the sale we are ABSENTEE happy to execute bids BID on your FORM behalf. This ABSENTEE BID FORM

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TITLE: INITIALS: CLIENT NO. DATEOF OFAUCTION: AUCTION: 20th Century Decorative(1517-2017) Art and Design DATE 500 Years of Printmaking DATE OF Decorative DATE OF5AUCTION: AUCTION: Decorative Art and and Design Design –– 29 29 & & 30 30 July July 2014 2014 Stansted. 24 May 2017, 10am Art Tuesday June 2018, 10am ADDRESS: NAME: NAME: TITLE: TITLE:

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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: printed in this catalogue. Conditions Conditions printed in this 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 10,000 euros equivalent. We accept credit card payments to an upper limit of £5,000. Usually any cheques will need to be cleared before you can take the goods away. 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 storage charges of £10 as an administration fee and £2 per lot per day may be charged (plus vat). Please note that we will apply these charges strictly to Furniture purchased in our Homes and Interiors Sales. 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. Buyer’s Premium The Terms of Sale oblige you to pay a buyer’s premium at 23% 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). 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. 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. 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. 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. Export of goods If you intend to export goods you must find out: a. whether an export licence is needed; and 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 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. 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. 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. 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. Items are marked with this sign §.


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:

“Auctioneer”

2.4 The arrangements for collection of the Goods as set out in Clauses 8 and 9.

3.5 Bidders will be deemed to act as principals, even if the Bidder is acting as an agent for a third party.

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.

3.6 We may bid on Lots on behalf of the Seller up to one bid below the Reserve.

2.6 We and Trader Sellers have a legal duty to supply any Lots to you in accordance with these Terms of Sale.

3.7 We may refuse to accept any bid if it is reasonable for us to do so.

2.7 If you have any complaints, please send them to us directly at the address set out on our Website.

3.8 Bidding increments will be at our sole discretion (but will be in line with standard auction practice).

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.

4. The purchase price As Buyer, you will pay: a. the Hammer Price; b. a premium of 23% 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.

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.

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;

“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;

“Proceeds”

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

“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;

“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.

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. 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.

3.3 If you instruct us in writing, we may execute commission bids on your behalf. Neither we nor our employees or agents will 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). 3.4 The Bidder placing the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the Auctioneer will be the Buyer at the Hammer Price. 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.

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: 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 antimoney laundering obligations); and 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 10,000 euros equivalent for payments in cash. 7.2 If you owe us any money, we may use any payment made by you to repay these debts. 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. 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. 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. 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; 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; 9.1.6 keep that Lot or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the Total Amount Due; 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 9.1.8 if we sell any Lots for you, use the money made on these Lots to repay any amount you owe us. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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 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. 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. 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: 13.2.1 the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of experts as at the date of the auction; or 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. 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 14.4.3 any liability which cannot be excluded by law. 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: 15.2.1 by delivering it by hand; 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: 15.3.1 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: 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. 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. General 17.1 We may, acting reasonably, refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 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. 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. These terms are based upon the recommended terms of sale by the Society of Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers


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20th Century Decorative Art and Design Tuesday 5 June 2018 at 10am  

VIEWING TIMES Friday 1 June 9am - 5pm Sunday 3 June 10am - 1pm Monday 4 June 9am - 5pm Tuesday 5 June From 9am ORDER OF SALE Lots 1 - 109 A...

20th Century Decorative Art and Design Tuesday 5 June 2018 at 10am  

VIEWING TIMES Friday 1 June 9am - 5pm Sunday 3 June 10am - 1pm Monday 4 June 9am - 5pm Tuesday 5 June From 9am ORDER OF SALE Lots 1 - 109 A...