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Decades of Design and Clarice Cliff Saturday 20th October 2018 9.30am


Nicholas Davies

Will Farmer

Director Silver, Jewellery and Collectables

Director Ceramics, Glass and Decorative Arts

nick@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

will@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Mark Hannam

Andrew Mayall

Alison Snowdon

Senior Valuer and Auctioneer Collectables and Furniture

Valuer and Auctioneer Collectables and Furniture

Valuer and Auctioneer Ceramics and Textiles

mark@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

andrew@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

alison@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

William Lacey

Judith Woolgar

Ellie Bertram

Picture Consultant

Accounts Manager

Administrative Assistant

bill@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

judith@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

ellie@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

June Emery

Lee Coldrick

Jay Tristram

Receptionist

Head Porter and Saleroom Assistant

Photographer and Porter

june@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk


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Thursday 18th October Friday 19th October Morning of the sale from

Viewing 10.00am to 4.00pm 10.00am to 7.00pm 8.00am to 9.30am

Venue Mill Race Lane, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 1JN Tel: 01384 444140 Email: info@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk Website: www.fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Buyers Premium 20% (24% VAT inclusive) on the hammer price

Sale number 0223D

Catalogue £15/£18 by post

Back cover: Lot 463 Order of sale: Lot 644

Lots marked 3 artIsts re-saLe rIGHt (arr) Living artists and the descendants of artists deceased within the last 70 years are entitled to receive a re-sale royalty each time their work is bought. Please note ARR is calculated in euros. Auctioneers will apply current exchange rates. Applies to lots with hammer value over €1,000 as follows: 0 to €50,000 - 4%, €50,000.01 to €200,000 - 3% €200,000.01 to €350,000 - 1%, €350,000.01 to €500,000 - 0.5% Exceeding €500,000 - 0.25% ARR is capped at €12,500

Please note that all emails requesting condition reports and images must be received by close of business on Thursday 18th October. All commission bids submitted by email must be received before close of business on Friday 19th October. Notice regarding the sale of material from endangered species. Prospective purchasers are advised that several countries prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but limited to coral, ivory and tortoiseshell. Accordingly, prospective purchasers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulation prior to bidding if they intend to import this lot into another country.

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The Auction – A Buying Guide We have outlined below all the information you will need to understand how to buy at auction. If you have any questions we are here to help. Email addresses and telephone numbers are provided in this catalogue, or if you are at the sale please ask a member of staff.

The Basics Viewing Our viewing times are shown at the front of the catalogue. Cataloguers are on hand to help with enquiries about the sale and specific lots. Most items are openly displayed in the saleroom; others are stored in secure cabinets. We ask that you take care when viewing the sale. If you need assistance to view large or heavy objects please ask a porter to help. Please note when handling any item at the view or at the sale you do so at your own risk.

The Catalogue All lots carry a description and pre-sale estimate of price. Estimates suggest the price that the lot may reach. Vendors’ reserves may be set, they are confidential, but they will not exceed the bottom estimate figure. Estimates do not include the buyers’ premium. Lots may carry abbreviations, e.g. S/D (some damage) or A/F (as found, considerable damage). We make every effort to note damage and restoration; the absence of any such note does not imply the lot is without defect. All customers should satisfy themselves of both conditions and descriptions. Any weights and measurements given are approximate. Any amendments to the catalogue are shown in Saleroom notices which are posted around the viewing/auction rooms. For further information on cataloguing terms used in the paintings and prints section please see our terms and conditions of business.

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Auctioning the lots The speed of the auction will vary between auctioneers. Typically we will cover approximately 120-130 lots per hour. Bidding stops after the fall of the hammer and the auctioneer’s decision is final.

Bidding at the sale Bidders should use the paddles they have been assigned for the day and will need to show them clearly to the auctioneer when bidding. Invoices will only be raised to the name assigned to the paddle. We cannot transfer lots to other names or numbers after the fall of the hammer.

Absentee or commission bidding If you are unable to attend the sale but wish to bid on a lot, we can do this on your behalf. You will need to fill in a commission bid form; one is included in this catalogue. You should complete the contact details, list the lot and the maximum price you wish to pay, excluding the buyer’s premium. The form should then be submitted to our offices or a member of staff. The bid will be carried out by us and is entirely confidential. All bids are executed at as low a price as is permitted by other bids left and/or reserves set. Bids may be submitted by telephone or email, info@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk, and must be received before 9am on the day of the sale. Successful buyers will receive an invoice after the sale; payment and collection details will be enclosed. Please note, this service is offered as a convenience. We take every care in carrying out bids left with us, however we cannot be held responsible for errors made or failure to execute bids, therefore commission bids are left at the bidder’s risk. Neither requests to “buy” nor rolling bids can be accepted. (Before leaving bids please see “conditions of absentee bidding” on the enclosed bid form).

Telephone bidding We can offer a limited number of telephone bidding lines on sale day enabling absentee bidders to bid “live”. This facility is only available on lots which carry a bottom estimate of £400 or more. Requests for telephone bids must be made by close of business the day before the sale and are allocated on a first come first served basis.

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Payment Payment can be made during or immediately after the sale. The successful buyer should take the bidding number to the cash office for processing. Payment can be made by cash, debit card, credit card or bank transfer (please ask for details). Payments over £500 are not taken over the phone and invoices must be paid in person or by bank transfer (please quote the buyer reference given on your invoice). In accordance with financial regulations we do not accept single cash payments over £8,800 (€10,000). Once payment has cleared, goods may be collected. Small items may be collected during the sale at the discretion of the porters, furniture may be removed at the end of the sale. Accounts staff are available to answer any enquiries regarding payment prior to and at the sale. All sold items not collected or paid for within fourteen days of the sale will incur storage charges of £5 per lot per day.

Package and shipping We offer a limited packing service within the U.K. only and at the auctioneer’s discretion. For information please contact us. All liabilities are with the buyer. We do not pack or ship any fragile items including pottery, porcelain, glassware, paintings, arms or weaponry. We confidently suggest the following agent as an alternative: Mailboxes – 01905 732830 info@mbeworcester.co.uk That’s your lot – 01902 475212 thatsyourlot@outlook.com

Neither storage nor handling fees are charged for the first 14 days. After this time charges are made (please refer to our terms and conditions of business). When collecting furniture, owners will need to arrange collection times with our office and provide 48 hours advance notice. If an agent is collecting furniture we would require the third party to supply proof of identity and authorisation from the buyer.

Special Notice Notice Regarding the Sale of Material from Endangered Species. Prospective purchasers are advised that several countries prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but not limited to coral, ivory and tortoiseshell. Accordingly, prospective purchasers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import this lot into another country

Additional sales services Condition reports For prospective buyers who are unable to attend the viewing, we offer a condition report service. Requests for information and/or email images are accepted by telephone or email during the week before the sale. Demand is often very high for this service and, whilst we aim to reply at the latest 24 hours before sale day, we cannot guarantee this. Such reports are a statement of our opinion and are for guidance purposes only.

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Professional services We provide a full range of professional valuation services for insurance, probate or family division purposes. These can be arranged by appointment at either your home or our offices and in each instance are tailored to suit the individual client’s requirements. Valuations for insurance may vary from a single item to an entire collection of goods. Full inventories can be prepared with illustrations if required. Valuations for probate purposes can be provided for executors and trustees. We may, in addition, be able to assist in clearing any property as required.

Valuation days Every Tuesday between 10am and 4pm at our Mill Race Lane premises, no appointment necessary.

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Order of sale Lot Numbers

Page Numbers

Art Nouveau and Secessionist

1 - 38

5-8

Arts and Crafts

39 - 92

9 - 15

Ruskin Pottery

93 - 156

16 - 22

Doulton Lambeth and Royal Doulton Pottery

157 - 211

23 - 28

Moorcroft Pottery

212 - 251

29 - 34

Clarice Cliff – Landscapes

252 - 303

35 - 43

Clarice Cliff – Geometrics

304 - 339

44 - 50

Clarice Cliff – Fruit and Florals

340 - 394

51 - 58

Clarice Cliff – ‘Having a bit of fun’

395 - 414

59 - 62

Art Deco

415 - 560

63 - 78

Post War

561 - 784

79 - 105

Contemporary

785 - 930

106 - 125

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1-38 Art Nouveau and Secessionist

1 1 Emile Galle - A late 19th to early 20th Century cameo glass vase of waisted sleeve form, cased in amethyst over clear over mottled opal and cut with flower and foliage, cameo signature to body, height 12cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 2 Orivit - An early 20th Century Jugendstil footed pewter vase decorated in low relief with clovers with sinuous stems, impressed mark, height 13cm together with a WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) model 252A dish with a relief moulded maiden to the right side with her arm outstretched over a harp, length 23cm S/D (2). £50 - £80

8 3 Loetz - A small early 20th Century glass vase decorated in Crete Papillon with three dimples to the shoulder, height 11cm S/D. £50 - £80 4 Attributed to Carl Goldberg Haida - An early 20th Century Bohemian glass vase of compressed sleeve form, decorated with copper overlay in the form of branching mistletoe over a feint opalescent body, engraved numbering to the base, height 32cm. £80 - £120 5 Moser - An early 20th Century glass vase of tumbler form with three applied handles, with intaglio cut decoration of stylised flowers over a fluted ground, height 13.5cm. £80 - £120

9 6 Mettlach - A late 19th Century Aesthetic vase of footed shouldered ovoid form with a collar neck, decorated with incised and enamelled flowering blossom boughs over a black glazed ground between stiff leaf borders, impressed marks, height 30cm. £60 - £80 7 Loetz - A pair of late 19th Century vases of baluster form with wave rims, decorated with fine random whiplash lines over green iridescent glass ground, unmarked, height 25cm. (2). £120 - £150 8 Emille Galle - A late 19th Century miniature cameo glass vase of low shouldered form with a tapered collar neck and flat rim, cased in tonal green over pink to clear and cut with a flowering African Violet, cameo signature to the body, height 8.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

10 9 Daum - An early 20th Century miniature cameo glass vase of footed, low shouldered form with a slender collar neck, cased in clear over pale golden amber and acid cut with a flowering thistle picked out in tonal red enamels over the stippled ground, cameo signature to the body, height 11.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200 10 Muller Freres - An early 20th Century cameo glass vase of swollen sleeve form cased in deep amethyst over mottled red, cut with pine tree branches and beetles in relief, cameo signature to body, height 23cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

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11 11 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - An early 20th Century circular pewter charger in the Art Nouveau style with a cast maiden to the centre with long flowing hair framed with a border of poppies and foliage, marked to the reverse 237A, diameter 51cm This design appears in the 1906 catalogue described as an ‘Old Silver’ finish and costing 65/- each. ILLUSTRATED. £1200 - £1500 12 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - A pair of early 20th Century Art Nouveau pewter flower open bottomed vases each decorated in relief with cast maidens to either side with their arms outstretched and amidst stylised flowers, the handles formed as a sinuous lines, one with glass liner, both with impressed marks, height 36.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1200 - £1500 13 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - An early 20th Century Art Nouveau pewter visiting card tray of oval form with a nude maiden beside a lily pad leaning over to a curled snake amidst flowers to the opposing side, impressed marks, numbered 249, length 24.5cm. £200 - £300

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12 14 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - An early 20th Century pewter ‘The First Cuckoo’ or ‘The Echo’ dressing table mirror modelled in relief with a cast maiden to the right side holding her hand to her ear stood on a tree branch with whiplash foliage to the corner and left side, impressed marks to the strut foot, height 36.5cm. £1000 - £1500

16 17 Unknown - An early 20th Century ruby lustre vase of barrel form with indented oval panels to the side, the whole glazed in an iridescent and mottled lustre glaze, indistinct signature to the base, height 11cm. £100 - £150

15 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - An early 20th Century Art Nouveau pewter visiting card tray of oval form with a nude maiden beside a lily pad leaning over to a curled snake amidst flowers to the opposing side, impressed marks, numbered 249, length 24.5cm. £200 - £300 16 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - An early 20th Century Art Nouveau silver plated oval sweetmeat dish of oval form with stylised flowers to the side, the centre with a cast figure of a young girl stood with her head titled downwards, impressed marks, marked 198, length 32.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150

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18 18 Clement Massier - Golf Juan - An early 20th Century vase of irregular form decorated in a green glaze with a lustre snakeskin effect with red streaking, impressed mark, height 14cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300


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21 Loetz - A late 19th Century vase of slender shouldered ovoid form with applied pulled angular handles to the Rubin Matte Iris ground with faint traces of gilded decoration showing water lilies, unmarked, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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19 St Lukas of Utrecht - A pair of early 20th Century Dutch vases each decorated with an all over streaked and mottled iridescent tonal purple glaze with ruby highlights and green streaks, painted mark, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

20 Rindskopf - A pair of early 20th Century Hyacinth vases of tall tapered sleeve form with spherical tops and frill rims with a graduated ruby to citron iridescent finish, height 34cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

22 Kralik - An early 20th Century veined pattern vase of tapered sleeve form with quatrelobed rim decorated with random whiplash lines over a deep purple iridescent ground, height 23cm. £60 - £80 23 Loetz - A small early 20th Century bowl of circular form with wave rim, decorated to the exterior with random wave lines over a gold iridescent spotted ground, width 16cm. £80 - £120

24 Theresienthal - A set of three late 19th to early 20th Century wine glasses with ovoid bowls and everted rims hand enamelled with flower studies of Daffodils, Cyclamen and Dandelions above a slender baluster form stem and circular spread foot, height 19cm. (3). £150 - £200

25 25 Theresienthal - A pair of early 20th Century hock glasses, the conical foot rising to the swollen stem all in deep green below the fluted clear crystal bowl enamelled with stylised flower head, height 21.5cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 26 Theresienthal - A pair of early 20th Century hock glasses, the conical foot rising to the swollen stem all in deep green below the fluted clear crystal bowl enamelled with stylised flower head, height 21.5cm. (2). £200 - £300

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27 Theresienthal - An early 20th Century hock glasses, the conical foot rising to the swollen stem all in deep green below the fluted clear crystal bowl enamelled with stylised flower head, height 21.5cm. £100 - £150 28 Loetz - A late 19th Century Olympia range vase of low shouldered form rising to a waisted neck decorated with three applied rope handles with prunt terminals all in a pale green iridescence, height 16cm. £100 - £150 29 Koloman Moser - Bakalowits Meyr’s Neffe - A wine glass single stem wine glass with ovoid bowl decorated with applied ruby spots with spiral cut lines above a hexagonal stem and circular spread foot, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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30 Unknown - An Art Nouveau hallmarked silver pierced panel brooch of square outline with an engraved motif of a ribbon tied bow with swags below. £30 - £50 31 Marius Hammer - An Art Nouveau Norwegian silver gilt and enamel filigree fringe necklet, central scrolling wirework frames decorated with applied pale amethyst enamel droplets, further pendant droplets below leading to a trace link chain, terminating in barrel clasp, stamped with makers mark and 930S. £80 - £120 32 Marius Hammer - An early 20th Century Norwegian silver gilt and guilloche enamelled bar brooch of elongated lozenge outline with pale turquoise enamel, length 8cm, stamped with makers mark and 930S. £30 - £50

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33 In the manner of Ernest-Baptiste Léveillé - A late 19th Century vase of footed bell form in pale cinnamon internally decorated with mottled orange to green glass, unmarked, height 16cm. £80 - £120

36 Loetz - An early 20th Century vase of shouldered barrel form in a Rubin Papillon with a blue iridescent spotted finish over ruby ground, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400

34 Loetz - A large early 20th Century Goldiris glass vase, of footed lobed form below a sleeve form neck with flared rim decorated with a heavy iridescent finish, unmarked, height 26.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

37 Loetz - An early 20th Century candlestick with wide circular base and domed knop below cylindrical sconce with Cobalt Papillon finish with purple mottled finish over a deep blue ground, height 8cm. £80 - £120

35 Loetz - A pair of large early 20th Century Vesuvian glass vases, of footed waisted sleeve form with applied trails to a Crete green iridescent ground, unmarked, height 30.5cm. (2). £100 - £150

38 Kralik - An early 20th Century vase of low shouldered ovoid form with shallow collar neck with silver mounted collar over a purple iridescent ground with purple splatter effect decoration, height 7cm. £70 - £80


39-92 Arts and Crafts

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46 C.H Brannam - A large early 20th Century vase decorated in tones of green and blue with foliate scrolls and stylised flowers, the squat flared neck with two curled handles, unmarked, height 41cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

39 Albert Marionnet - A gilded bronze pin dish of circular form, detailed in relief with a fruiting bough, signed A. Marionnet and further stamped to the foot rim, diameter 8cm. £50 - £80 40 Archibald Knox - English Pewter - An early 20th Century pewter tri-handled butter dish decorated in low relief with a sinuous seed pod design, retains original green glass liner, stamped English Pewter 0162 Golkete, diameter 12cm (excluding handles). £80 - £120 41 Herbert Dyer - A late 19th to early 20th Century Arts and Crafts rectangular copper tray decorated with embossed apples and vines to a planished ground, stamped H. Dyer, 48cm x 27cm. £70 - £90 42 Henri Meunier (Belgian, 1873-1922) - ‘Rajah’, lithograph, published by J. E. Goossens, Brussels, Lille, Paris, circa 1897, framed,. £80 - £120 43 Lizzie Wilkins - Della Robbia - An early 20th Century vase of footed form decorated with incised bands of pattern, all in tones of green, yellow and brown, incised and painted marks, height 23.5cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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47 Unknown - An early 20th Century Arts and Crafts Glasgow School type wall sconce, the panel back with a repousse parrot perched on a branch with a rectangular tray beneath with two inset candle sconces, unmarked, length 47cm, width 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 44 44 Unknown - An Arts and Crafts pewter necklace with nine triangular shaped panels collar set with asymmetric Ruskin style roundels with deep turquoise glazed inserts, all to a white metal chain with bolt ring clasp. ILLUSTRATED. £70 - £110 45 In the manner of Bromsgrove Guild - A copper firescreen of arched form, with copper panels within brass borders, detailed with a central stylised flower head within foliate borders, height 64cm and width 55cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

48 In the manner of Liberty & Co - An early 20th Century Arts and Crafts oak book trough, length 62cm. £40 - £60 49 Unknown - A large early 20th Century Arts and Crafts hand beaten brass chamberstick, the dish bowl with a single candle sconce and flying rope twist handle, unmarked, diameter 18.5cm. £40 - £60

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50 Robert Wallace Martin - Martin Brothers - A late 19th Century stoneware bird jar and cover modelled as a standing bird with its wings behind it back, the broad flat beak raising a slight smile, the whole glazed in tones of brown and green with blue tinting to the plumage, affixed to a wooden base, incised R.W Martin & Bros, Southall to the inner at the neck and faintly incised R.W Martin Southall to the base rim edge, height 23cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £4000 - £6000

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51 Robert Wallace Martin - Martin Brothers - A pair of late 19th Century footed vases each of tapering form with a cylindrical neck, both decorated with elliptical cartouche panels of incised birds in flight in tones of blue against a trellis pattern ground with blue painted flower heads, the necks with a repeat pattern, incised marks, dated 8.5.79, height 38.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1200 - £1800 51

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52 Martin Brothers - A late 19th Century jug of rounded square form with a squat collar neck and loop handle, the body decorated to each face with incised grotesque fish swimming amidst sea grasses, incised mark, dated 8.1888, height 23cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £1500 - £2000

53 Robert Wallace Martin - Martin Brothers - A pair of late 19th Century vases of slender form with a flared neck, both decorated with a band of incised stylised flowers within brown glazed bands, incised marks, dated 5.4.79, height 22.5cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 53

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54 Harry Nixon - Royal Doulton - A 1920s Flambe vase of tapered cylindrical form with a roll rim neck, the whole decorated in a streaked and mottled tonal red, ochre and brown glaze, printed mark, monogrammed HN, height 17cm. £60 - £80 55 Carter, Stabler and Adams (Poole Pottery) - An early 20th Century shape 616 vase, the Chinese form decorated in a streaked and mottled blue with raised curled scrolls to the lobed neck, impressed mark, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180 56 Ault Pottery - An early 20th Century vase of tapered form decorated in an all over pink glaze, impressed mark, height 22cm together with a Royal Doulton Flambe pillow vase in a green lustre glaze, height 5.5cm and a 1930s Candy Ware vase of low angular bellied form decorated in a streaked lavender to pale mauve glaze, printed mark, height 24cm (3). £40 - £60

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57 Walter Crane - Craven Dunnill - An early 20th Century jug decorated with hand painted pale lustre ladies swimming amidst ruby lustre sea creatures, all to a pale green lustre ground, the handle formed as a scaly fish, faint printed mark, height 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

60 Richard Joyce - Pilkingtons Royal Lancastrian - A 1920s shape 2890 mallet vase decorated in ruby lustre with four armorial crests against a foliate pattern ground with yellow lustre panels, impressed marks, monogrammed RJ, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £300

58 Ashby Guild - An early 20th Century footed bowl decorated in a yellow lustre with a stencilled border trim of grapes and vines, impressed oval mark, diameter 15.2cm. £50 - £80

61 C.J.C Bailey - Fulham Pottery - A late 19th Century stoneware jug decorated with a relief moulded and impressed band of pattern in tones of blue and brown against a stone ground with impressed motif to the shoulders and handle, the collar with a hallmarked silver rim for William Hutton and Sons, Sheffield 1875, incised marks to the base, also dated 1875, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

59 Salopian (Benthall Pottery) - An early 20th Century vase of tapering form, the whole glazed in a tonal blue with curtain sweeping, impressed mark, height 31cm. £40 - £60

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62 Owen Jones - The Grammar of Ornament - A 19th Century volume containing approximately 100 chromolithograph plates, boards detached, bears William Hepworth Engraver, Lithograph & Letterpress Printer, folio A/F. £80 - £120

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63 63 Bernard Moore - An early 20th Century flambe vase of high shouldered form with a flared foot decorated with an upper band of painted flowers and foliage with patterned banding below, the neck interior with a blood red glaze, signed, height 27cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600


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64 Robert Wallace Martin - Martin Brothers - A late 19th to early 20th Century stoneware footed jug decorated to the egg shaped body with incised daisy / sunflower type flowers with brown glazing to the neck and foot, incised mark, height 26cm, restored. £800 - £1200 65 Martin Brothers - An early 20th Century miniature vase of barrel form, the whole glazed in a tonal brown with wrythen incised lines, incised mark, dated 4-1906, height 6.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 66 Martin Brothers - A small early 20th Century vase of compressed sleeve form, the whole decorated in a black oxide glaze, incised mark, dated 5-1906, height 11.5cm. £100 - £150 67 Robert Wallace Martin - Martin Brothers - A late 19th to early 20th Century single handled cup carved with geometric bands in tones of blue and black, incised R W Martin A31, height 6cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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68 Martin Brothers - A late 19th Century miniature barrel form vase decorated in a brown glaze with blue spotting, incised Martin, height 7cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 69 Robert Wallace Martin - Martin Brothers - An early 20th Century vase of square form decorated with raised oval spots and glazed in an all over blue, incised R W Martin & Bros, Southall 13-37-XL, height 24cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 70 Robert Wallace Martin - Martin Brothers - A late 19th Century twin handled vase decorated with two incised cartouche panels, the front with butterflies and flowers, the reverse with a spray of flowers, all to an incised patterned ground, the angular handles with carved palmette motif, incised mark, dated 1-85, height 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

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71, 73 and 75 71 Martin Brothers - A late 19th Century vase of ovoid form with a squat flared neck, the bulbous body decorated with incised Egyptian fan type motif above large palmette motif glazed in tones of blue against the sand coloured ground, incised marks, dated 12.5.82, height 12cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 72 Martin Brothers - A large early 20th Century stoneware vase of double gourd form, the whole glazed in a streaked and mottled brown, incised marks and dated 8-1904, height 21cm. £200 - £300 73 Martin Brothers - A small early 20th Century vase of waisted gourd form decorated with raised ribbing from the neck to the foot in tones of brown against a stone grey ground, incised marks, dated 1-1902, height 13cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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74 Charles R. Beard - A catalogue of the collection of Martinware formed by Mr Frederick John Nettleford together with a short history of the firm of R.W Martin and Brothers of Southall, privately printed for the owner by Waterlow & Sons Limited, London 1936. £100 - £150 75 Martin Brothers - A late 19th Century small footed vase decorated with an incised patterned band in brown against the mottled lighter brown ground, incised marks, dated 1892, height 12cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 76 Robert Wallace Martin - Martin Brothers - A late 19th Century footed vase decorated with a diamond and palmette pattern against the mottled salt glaze ground, incised marks, dated 1892, height 12cm. £100 - £150

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82 77 Martin Brothers - A late 19th Century small bowl or open salt decorated with an incised running foliate scroll band in green against a grey ground, incised marks, dated 1895, diameter 8.5cm. £100 - £150 78 Unknown - Four early 20th Century Scottish School trios, each piece decorated with hand painted flowers against a pale yellow ground, unmarked other than initialled HMcK, side plate diameter 16cm. £40 - £60 79 Unknown - A set of four early 20th Century Art Nouveau 6in dust pressed tiles, each decorated with a green stylised flower head against a brown ground, stamped JB mark (4). £60 - £80 80 John Moyr Smith - Mintons - Four early 20th Century 6in dust pressed tiles comprising ‘Sodom and Gomorrah destroyed by fire’ in blue, ‘Hagar and Ishmael in the dessert’ in blue, ‘Elaine’ in brown and ‘The Tempest Act II Scene II’ in brown, all with impressed marks (4). £60 - £80

81 Cambray Ware - An early 20th Century Arts and Crafts silver plated copper box of square section with riveted strut feet and hinged lid decorated with a peacock enamel roundel beneath a pierced panel, stamped marks, width 12cm, together with a similar period pewter example with applied Ruskin roundel. (2). £80 - £120 82 Liberty & Co - An Art Nouveau hallmarked silver Cymric dressing table set, each piece collar set with turquoise matrix cabochons, comprising hand mirror, two hairbrushes, a clothes brush, and comb, Birmingham Liberty and Co, various dates (6). ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 83 Charles Horner - An Arts and Crafts silver and enamel pendant necklace, the stylised circular pendant enamelled in tones of blue and green, pierced decoration above pear shaped pendant dropper, trace link chain with matching enamelled spacer Chester 1908, Charles Horner. £200 - £300


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86 In the manner of William Mawson - A copper firescreen of rectangular cartouche form, the repousse work panel detailed with a flowering daisy within acanthus leaf borders, raised to flattened wrought iron feet, height 67cm and width 42cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 84 84 Unknown - A set of four early 20th Century Sterling silver backed guilloche enamelled hat pins, each pin with circular mount decorated with pink roses against a white enamel ground, stamped, in original retailers fitted case, Edwards and Sons, Regent Street London. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 85 Martin Brothers - An early 20th Century vase of shouldered form with a flared collar neck decorated in an all over black tenmoku type glaze with a slight textured finish, incised London & Southall and dated 6-1906, height 27cm. £200 - £300

87 W.H Mawson - Keswick Home Industries - A small early 20th Century hand beaten copper dish, impressed marks, diameter 9cm together with a pair of Samuel Heath & Sons brass candlesticks, a beaten copper dish and a Christofle copper and brass footed vase in the Aesthetic style with impressed foliate design, impressed marks and numbered 1121*52, height 15cm (5). £60 - £80 88 Florence Harrison (Illustrator) - Tennyson’s Guinevere and other poems, Blackie & Son Ltd, London, Glasgow & Bombay, 1912 - a velum bound book with printed illustrations in the PreRaphaelite / Arts and Crafts style. £50 - £80

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89 Minton - An early 20th Century Secessionist vase decorated with tubelined stylised flowers conjoined by deep V’s with stylised foliage beneath, printed mark alongside No. 7, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 90 Della Robbia - A small early 20th Century vase decorated with incised stylised wrythen tulips, the whole glazed in a mottled green, incised mark, initialled EJ and dated 1901, height 9.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180 91 Pilkingtons Royal Lancastrian - A shape 2335 vase of lobed form with a garlic top neck, the whole decorated in a streak and mottled tonal blue glaze, impressed marks, height 26cm, restored. £80 - £120 92 Bernard Moore - A small early 20th Century vase of globe and shaft form decorated with ruby lustre blossom heads joined by spiders webs, all to the dark green grey ground, painted mark, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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93 Ruskin Pottery - A small collection of assorted teawares comprising two footed plates decorated in yellow with a hand painted garland to the border, an apple green footed plate and two dark green souffle glaze coffee cups (5). £40 - £60

100 Ruskin Pottery - Two shallow footed dishes each decorated in a mottled blue and yellow lustre glaze, both with impressed marks, largest diameter 17.5cm. £40 - £60

94 Ruskin Pottery - Three souffle glaze footed side plates each decorated in a shade of green and all with a faint painted garland to the border, two with painted scissor mark, all diameter 15.5cm. £40 - £60

107 Ruskin Pottery - A small souffle glaze vase of sqaut bulbous form with a small flared neck, the whole glazed in a mottled tonal purple, impressed West Smethwick mark and dated 1906, height 11cm. £80 - £120

96 Ruskin Pottery - Four similarly shaped pepper pots comprising two glazed in a lavender lustre and two in apple green, all with impressed marks, tallest 6cm. £40 - £60

98 Ruskin Pottery - A crystalline glaze egg cup set comprising a footed circular stand and four matching egg cups, all decorated in a streaked blue and white glaze, impressed marks, stand diameter 13.5cm. £40 - £60 99 Ruskin Pottery - Two footed plates each decorated with a dark green souffle glaze, one with a hand painted garland to the border, largest diameter 19cm. £40 - £60

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105 Ruskin Pottery - A miniature footed bowl decorated in an all over yellow lustre, marks obscured by original paper label, diameter 6cm. £40 - £60 106 Ruskin Pottery - A miniature footed bowl decorated in an all over mottled blue and sand coloured lustre, impressed mark, dated 1922, diameter 6cm. £40 - £60

95 Ruskin Pottery - Two souffle glazed footed saucers each decorated in a mottle blue with a hand painted garland to the border, both with painted scissor marks, both diameter 15cm. £40 - £60

97 Ruskin Pottery - Five pieces of assorted lustre glaze comprising three coffee cans and two footed saucers, various marks (5). £40 - £60

104 Ruskin Pottery - A miniature footed bowl decorated in an all over lavender purple lustre, impressed mark, dated 1922, diameter 6cm. £40 - £60

101 and 102 101 Ruskin Pottery - A door or finger plate of shaped rectangular form decorated in a blue souffle glaze with a central run of leaves in a lighter blue, impressed Taylor mark, length 30cm. £100 - £150 102 Ruskin Pottery - A door or finger plate of shaped rectangular form decorated in an apple green with two running garlands of foliage in dark green to the edges, impressed Taylor mark, length 30cm. £100 - £150 103 Ruskin Pottery - Three footed saucer dishes each decorated in a mottled souffle glaze comprising two in blue and one in lavender, all diameter 17.5cm. £40 - £60

108 Ruskin Pottery - A bottle vase decorated in an all over matt yellow with moulded prunus blossom to the low shoulder, impressed marks, dated 1927, height 16.5cm. £40 - £60 109 Ruskin Pottery - A crystalline glaze tri-footed bowl decorated in a streaked green to orange to blue with patches of crystalline flecks, impressed marks, dated 1930, diameter 23cm. £60 - £80 110 Ruskin Pottery - Two pieces of crystalline glaze comprising a squat hexagonal candlestick glazed in a dribble yellow and green, dated 1931, height 11cm and a high sided bowl in a blue to yellow tonal glaze, dated 1932, diameter 13cm (2). £60 - £80


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111 Ruskin Pottery - Two lustre pottery pedestal bowls, the first in a mottled lavender, dated 1925, height 4cm, diameter 10.5cm, the second in a mottled blue and ochre, height 8.5cm, diameter 10.5cm, dated 1923 (2). £50 - £80 112 Ruskin Pottery - A small pot pourri of shouldered ovoid form with a domed cover, the whole glazed in an orange lustre with pierced flower motif, impressed marks, height 9cm S/D. £50 - £80 113 Ruskin Pottery - A small high fired pot pourri of shouldered ovoid form with a domed cover, the whole glazed in a mottled snakeskin style glaze with small patches of sang de beouf to the base rim with pierced flower motifs, impressed marks, height 9cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

114 Ruskin Pottery - A small pot pourri of shouldered ovoid form with a domed cover, the whole glazed in a lavender lustre with pierced flower motifs, impressed marks, dated 1927, height 9cm. £70 - £90 115 Ruskin Pottery - A small crystalline glaze footed ‘puff pot’ trinket dish and cover, the whole glazed in a streaked dark mustard yellow, impressed marks, height 10cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 116 Ruskin Pottery - A pair of souffle glaze ‘rolling pin’ vases each decorated in a mottled blue with darker speckling creating a snakeskin type effect, impressed marks, dated 1910, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 117 Ruskin Pottery - A pair of yellow lustre candlesticks, impressed marks, dated 1924, height 17.5cm S/D. £60 - £80

113 118 Ruskin Pottery - A souffle glaze shallow saucer dish decorated to the border edge with a hand painted garland, painted scissor mark and impressed WHT mark, dated 05, diameter 13cm together with a lavender lustre pedestal bowl dated 1925, height 12cm S/D (2). £40 - £60 119 Ruskin Pottery - A crystalline glaze vase decorated in a dribbled blue glaze over orange, impressed mark, dated 1930, height 23.5cm. £50 - £80

115 120 Ruskin Pottery - A large ginger jar and cover, the whole glazed in a Kingfisher Blue lustre, impressed mark, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 121 Ruskin Pottery - A souffle glaze mallet vase decorated in an all over mottled purple, impressed mark, height 18.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180 122 Ruskin Pottery - A large souffle glaze vase of shouldered form with a cylinder neck decorated in a mottled blue with darker speckling creating a snakeskin type effect, impressed marks, dated 1912, height 24cm. £150 - £200 123 Ruskin Pottery - A vase of tapering form with a squat roll rim neck, the whole glazed in a speckled orange peel type glaze, the interior with blue crystalline flecks, impressed mark with painted glaze code B979 to the base, height 15.5cm. £40 - £60

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124 Ruskin Pottery - A souffle glaze vase and cover of high shouldered form with a flat cover, the whole glazed in a mottled green and purple with a painted garland to the shoulder, impressed oval mark and incised scissor mark to the base, dated 05, height 13cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 125 Ruskin Pottery - A barrel vase glazed in an orange lustre, impressed marks, dated 1922, height 22cm S/D. £40 - £60 126 Ruskin Pottery - A crystalline glaze vase of globe and shaft form, the neck glazed in a streaked oatmeal leading to a blue body with crystalline flecks, impressed mark, dated 1930, height 21.5cm. £50 - £80

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127 Ruskin Pottery - A large crystalline glaze lamp base affixed to a pedestal stand, the body glazed in a mottled pale green to orange to blue, on a matching blue stand, impressed marks, retails original paper label, height 34cm (excluding fittings). £100 - £150 128 Ruskin Pottery - A barrel vase decorated in an all over green and blue souffle glaze with a painted garland to the neck, impressed marks, dated 1917, height 18.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 129 Ruskin Pottery - A vase of compressed form with a tall flared collar neck, the whole glazed in a yellow lustre, impressed oval West Smethwick mark, dated 1905 and impressed No. 244, height 22cm. £70 - £90

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130 Ruskin Pottery - A souffle glaze vase of high shouldered form decorated in an all over mottled blue with a painted garland to the shoulders, impressed mark alongside painted scissor mark, dated 1911, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 131 Ruskin Pottery - A pair of crystalline glaze vases each of compressed ovoid form with an open roll neck, both glazed in orange with an applied garland of flowers, impressed marks, height 13cm. £60 - £80 132 Ruskin Pottery - A large souffle glaze vase of ovoid form with a cylinder neck, the whole glazed in a dark blue with darker sweeping, the interior with a streaked green to the neck, impressed WHT mark, height 26.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

133 133 Ruskin Pottery - A high fired vase of high shouldered form with collar neck glazed with a sweeping sang de beouf with copper green spotting and mottled grey patches, impressed mark, height 26.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600


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136 137 Ruskin Pottery - A high fired vase of tapering form with a squat collar neck decorated with a dark and lighter green with black sweeping and patches, impressed oval mark, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

134 Ruskin Pottery - A high fired lily vase lily vase of flared form decorated with a deep red with lavender and sang de beouf patches and veining, impressed marks, dated 1910, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

138 Ruskin Pottery - A collection of assorted roundels and buttons decorated in a variety of colours and glazes to include a set of five green rectangular buttons together with a pair of clip earrings (16). ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

135 Ruskin Pottery - A high fired vase and cover decorated with a deep sang de beouf glaze with lavender patches and copper green spotting, impressed mark, dated 1909, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1000 - £1500 136 Ruskin Pottery - A high fired single handled vase decorated in an all over red and purple flambe glaze with lavender sweeping and copper green patches, impressed mark, dated 1933, height 23cm. £400 - £600

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141 Ruskin Pottery - A crystalline glaze vase of ovoid form with a banded neck, the whole glazed in a blue to green to white repeating pattern with tonal crystalline flecks, impressed mark, dated 1932, height 16cm. £100 - £150 142 Ruskin Pottery - A souffle glaze lampbase of hexagonal form glazed in an all over mottled blue and green, impressed mark, height 20.5cm. £70 - £90 143 Ruskin Pottery - A large crystalline glaze lamp base of triangular form, the central column glazed in a streaked yellow to orange to green, raised to a green crystalline glaze stepped base, impressed mark, height 32cm (excluding fittings) S/D. £80 - £120

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139 Ruskin Pottery - Eight assorted roundels decorated in a variety of colours and glazes to include two large teardrop examples, several with impressed marks (8). £40 - £60

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140 Ruskin Pottery - A collection of assorted smaller roundels and buttons decorated in a variety of colours and glazes to include a set of five blue souffle glaze buttons and three small heart shaped examples (12). £40 - £60

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144 Ruskin Pottery - A large high fired lamp base on stand, the lamp body glazed in a streaked sang de beouf with copper green spotting and tonal sweeping, the Oriental type stand mainly in dove grey with flambe patches and lavender pooling, impressed marks, total height 41cm (excluding fittings). ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200 145 Ruskin Pottery - A large crystalline glaze lily vase lily vase of flared form decorated in a dark blue over a mottled yellow ground with tonal crystalline flecks, impressed mark, height 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

146 146 Ruskin Pottery - A large crystalline glaze lily vase of flared form decorated in a mottled blue green glaze dribbling over an orange and dark blue ground, impressed mark, dated 1931, height 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150


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147 Ruskin Pottery - A large high fired high shouldered vase decorated with a sang de boeuf glaze with a mottled sweeping lavender glaze with copper green spotting to the neck, impressed mark and dated 1913, height 32cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200 148 Ruskin Pottery - A large heart shaped roundel glazed in a mottled blue mounted in a white metal frame, length 6.5cm together with a Norman and Ernest Spittle brooch set with a small Ruskin roundel and two similar (4). £50 - £80 149 Ruskin Pottery - Two sets of ‘Genuine Ruskin Staffordshire Porcelain’ carded buttons, the first with four 2.3cm diameter buttons, the second with two 3.6cm long oval buttons, both decorated in a mottled blue green souffle glaze with metal fittings to the back (2). £50 - £80

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147 150 Ruskin Pottery - A high fired vase of low bellied form with a flared neck, the whole decorated with a sang de beouf glaze with lavender sweeping, impressed mark, dated 1909, height 26cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

147 (verso) 151 Ruskin Pottery - A small crystalline glaze tri-footed bowl decorated with a mottled blue over white glaze with orange pooling to the centre, impressed mark, diameter 15.5cm. £60 - £80

153 Ruskin Pottery - A large eggshell footed bowl decorated in an all over lavender lustre glaze, impressed mark and dated 1925, diameter 20cm, height 13cm. £80 - £120

152 Ruskin Pottery - Four assorted roundels of varying form, each decorated with a high fired glaze, all with impressed marks together with a high fired roundel mounted to a sterling silver brooch pin and a small green roundel, all contained within a silver plated box and cover, believed to be A.E Jones, stamped 2208/C to the base (7). £60 - £80

154 Ruskin Pottery - A high fired vase of shouldered form decorated with a Strawberry Crush type glaze with a tonal lavender curtain, impressed marks, dated 1916, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

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155 155 Ruskin Pottery - A large vase of ovoid form with a flared collar neck, the whole decorated in a deep Kingfisher blue glaze, impressed marks and dated 1918, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

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156 156 Ruskin Pottery - A vase of high shouldered form decorated in an all over mottled purple souffle glaze with an applied bronze laurel leaf collar to the neck, impressed mark and dated 1914, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500


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157 157 Arthur Barlow - Doulton Lambeth - A flower jug decorated with tubelined wrythen lines glazed in alternate blue, green and brown terminating in white seed heads to the neck, incised and impressed marks, height 19cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 158 Eliza Simmance - Royal Doulton - A pair of large footed vases each decorated with tubelined cornflower type flowers with stylised foliage within whiplash frames, all in tones of blue, green, mauve and brown, incised and impressed marks, height 39cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 159 Maud Bowden - Royal Doulton - A large pair of stoneware vases of shouldered ovoid form with flat collar necks, relief decorated with repeat stylised flower stems joined with beaded garlands over a tonal blue and brown glazed ground, impressed and incised marks, height 36.5cm, restored. £200 - £300

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160 Frank Butler - Doulton Lambeth - A large stoneware vase of footed, shouldered ovoid form with a collar neck, incised with a deep foliate scroll motif with large flower heads between beaded and stiff leaf borders picked out in tonal brown glazes, impressed and incised marks, dated 1878, height 41cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

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163 Emma Martin - Doulton Lambeth - A stoneware ewer of footed ovoid form with a collar neck and applied loop handle all below a silver plated mount, the body with incised decoration with foliate scrolls and flowers picked out in tonal green glaze over an ochre ground, impressed and incised marks with a date for 1878, height 26cm. £200 - £300

161 Edith Lupton - Doulton Lambeth - A large stoneware vase of footed globe and shaft form with collared neck, incised decorated with a repeat foliate scroll motif between stiff leaf borders picked out in tonal blue and brown salt glazes, impressed and incised marks, dated 1880, height 36cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350 162 Emily Stomer - Doulton Lambeth - A stoneware vase of footed, waisted cylindrical form with a flared collar neck, incised decorated with foliate scrolls around a marquise lozenge panel with grotesque mask handles and repeat borders picked out in tonal green and ochre glazes, impressed and incised marks, dated 1883, height 25.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

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164 Frank Butler - Doulton Lambeth - A stoneware vase of shouldered ovoid form with a slender collar neck with applied griffin handles, the body incised decorated with repeat panels of foliate scrolls picked out in tonal blue, green and ochre glazes, impressed and incised marks with Art Union of London stamp, height 24.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350 165 Joan Honey - Royal Doulton - A stoneware flask manufactured for James Burrough Ltd of footed tapered conical form with collar neck, loop handle and button stopper, relief moulded with a stylised floral garland motif over a blue and brown glazed ground, impressed and incised marks, height 21cm. £100 - £150 166 Eliza Simmance - Royal Doulton - A stoneware vase of footed ovoid form with a collar neck, the lobed body decorated with a repeat stylised leaf motif in tonal blue, green and brown glazes, impressed and incised marks, height 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

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167 Frank Butler - Doulton Lambeth A large stoneware vase of waisted cylindrical form decorated with repeat panels picked out in blue and brown over a tonal green glazed ground, impressed and incised marks, height 33.5cm. £120 - £180 168 Elizabeth A Sayers - Doulton Lambeth - A large stoneware jug of cylindrical form with a loop handle incised decorated with a foliate scroll design in blue and tonal green over a buff ground, below a silver hallmarked collar, impressed and incised marks, height 24cm. £150 - £200 169 Francis E. Lee - Doulton Lambeth - A pair of vases of shouldered ovoid form with a collar neck, incised decorated with repeat panels of interlaced foliate scroll motifs within beaded borders, picked out in tonal blue, green and brown glazes, impressed and incised marks, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

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169 170 Doulton Lambeth - A large stoneware ewer of footed shouldered ovoid form with flared collar neck, applied loop handle and silver plated mounts, decorated with repeat panels of impressed motifs and star borders picked out in tonal green and brown glazes, impressed and incised marks and a date for 1876, height 24.5cm, restored. £80 - £120 171 Frank Butler - Royal Doulton - A stoneware vase of footed slender sleeve form with swollen shoulder, relief decorated with a stylised scroll motif picked out in blue and ochre over a buff coloured ground, impressed and incised marks, height 26.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 172 Royal Doulton Lambeth - A pair of vases of shouldered rectangular section, relief moulded with flowering wisteria boughs picked out in lilac over a green glazed ground, impressed marks, height 23.5cm. £150 - £200

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173 173 Frank Butler - Doulton Lambeth A large three handled tyg incised decorated with panels of interlaced foliate motifs picked out in tonal blue and green over an ochre ground, incised and impressed marks, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250 174 Royal Doulton - A pair of stoneware vases of low shouldered form with a tapered collar neck, decorated with a blue, white and ochre chequerboard design, impressed marks, height 22cm. £150 - £200


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175 Doulton Lambeth - A set of four stoneware spirit flasks each of shouldered square section with collar necks and cork mounted stoppers, each decorated with a repeat abstract pattern with tubelined letters to the handles B, S.W, I.W and G (Brandy, Scotch whiskey, Irish whiskey and Gin), each with impressed marks and diamond registration mark for 29th December 1880, height 21cm, all contained within original woven wicker basket with central carry handle. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 176 Frank Butler - Doulton Lambeth A stoneware jardiniere of footed cylindrical form with a matching circular stand, each incised with repeat floral diamond panels between stiff leaf borders picked out in tonal blue, green and ochre glazes, impressed and incised marks, dated 1875, jardiniere height 25cm. £200 - £300

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177 Doulton Lambeth - A Doulton Slaters Patent jardiniere of ovoid form with a wave rim, relief moulded with stylised flowers and foliage picked out in tonal green and brown glaze over a buff coloured ground, impressed marks, height 20cm. £60 - £80

180 Royal Doulton - A stoneware water filter of footed cylindrical form with a domed cover, relief decorated with bands of stylised flowers and foliage picked out in tonal blue, green and brown glaze, impressed marks, height 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180

178 Royal Doulton - A large Chine Ware jardiniere of ovoid form with a wave rim, decorated with a central band of impressed flowers and foliage picked out with gilt and enamel between dark blue borders, impressed marks, diameter 25cm, height 24cm. £40 - £60

181 Doulton Lambeth - A stoneware jardiniere pedestal stand of footed and waisted cylindrical form, relief decorated with bands of scrolling leaves picked out in tonal green and brown, impressed mark, height 50.5cm S/D. £80 - £120

179 Royal Doulton - A large pair of Chine Ware vases of footed shouldered ovoid form with flared collar neck, decorated with a central band of impressed flowers and foliage picked out with gilt and enamel between dark blue borders, impressed marks, height 34.5cm. £60 - £80

182 Emma Shute - Doulton Lambeth A pair of stoneware vases of slender footed and shouldered ovoid form with flared collar necks, decorated with applied relief moulded bands of decoration picked out in tonal blue over a tonal brown and ochre ground, impressed and incised marks, height 20cm (one S/D). £80 - £120

183 Doulton Lambeth - A pair of stoneware vases of shouldered ovoid form with flared collar necks, possibly decorated by Marion Holbrook with a band of flowers and foliate scrolls between foliate borders picked out in pale blue and green over a tonal green glazed ground, impressed and incised marks, height 19cm. £150 - £200 184 Royal Doulton - A pair of stoneware vases of shouldered ovoid form with a flared collar neck, decorated with a interlocking band of foliate motifs picked out in tonal brown over a blue glazed ground with green glazed borders, impressed and incised marks, height 15cm. £100 - £150 185 Eliza Simmance - Doulton Lambeth - A pair of stoneware vases of slender shouldered ovoid form with collar necks, impasto decorated with ornate repeat foliate scroll panels below a floral decorated neck in white slip over a deep green glazed ground, impressed and incised marks, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

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186 Royal Doulton - A large pair of stoneware vases of low shouldered sleeve form, relief moulded with a simple repeat trellis design picked out in blue and ochre over a green and blue glazed ground, impressed and incised marks, height 26.5cm. £80 - £120

189 Royal Doulton - A pair of stoneware vases of swollen ovoid form with dimple moulded collar necks, decorated with repeat stems of stylised flowers picked out in pale ochre over a tonal blue, green glazed ground, incised and impressed marks, height 18.5cm. £120 - £180

187 Florrie Jones - Royal Doulton - A pair of stoneware vases of footed globe and shaft form with a flared collar neck, decorated with alternating chine and relief moulded floral panels picked out in white and tonal brown and green, impressed and incised marks, height 26cm. £60 - £80

190 Eliza Simmance - Doulton Lambeth - A pair of stoneware vases of shouldered ovoid form with collar necks, decorated with a deep band of foliate scrolls in white and tonal green over brown glazed ground between blue borders, impressed and incised marks with Art Union of London mark, height 20.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

188 Eliza Simmance - Royal Doulton A pair of ewers of footed, shouldered ovoid form with flared neck and tri form rim with an applied high loop handle, decorated with repeat panels of stylised flowers and foliage over tonal green and ochre glazed ground, incised and impressed marks, height 23cm. £150 - £250

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191 Edith Lupton - Doulton Lambeth A small stoneware vase of low shouldered form with a slender neck and pan top rim, decorated with a continuous band of scrolling flowers and foliage in tonal blue over dark blue ground with ochre and green neck, impressed and incised marks, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

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192 Emily Stomer - Doulton Lambeth A stoneware vase of globe and shaft form decorated with a band of stylised flowers and foliage picked out in blue over a patterned buff coloured ground below repeat foliate borders, impressed and incised marks with Art Union of London mark, height 22cm. £120 - £180 193 Louisa E. Edwards - Doulton Lambeth - A stoneware jug of footed ovoid form with collar neck and applied loop handle decorated with and band of foliate scrolls picked out in dark blue over pale blue ground between repeat geometric borders, impressed and incised marks with a date for 1877, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180 194 Frank W. Reader - Doulton Lambeth - A stoneware plate of shallow circular form decorated with a star motif interlaced with woven foliate scrolls picked out in white and tonal green over the tonal blue ground, the reverse also decorated with a stiff leaf border pattern, impressed and incised marks and a date for 1879, diameter 15.5cm. £120 - £180

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195 In the manner of Mary Robjent Doulton Lambeth - A stoneware ewer of footed globe and shaft form with tall slender neck and applied angular handle, decorated with a foliate scroll in tonal blue over an ochre ground with applied beaded borders, impressed and incised marks, height 22.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 196 Royal Doulton - A stoneware jug created for the B.S.A Shooting Club with a crest shield picked out in green over the blue glazed ground, below a silver collar, hallmarked for Birmingham 1919, impressed marks, height 21cm. £80 - £120 197 In the manner of Eliza Simmance Doulton Lambeth, Doulton Slaters Patent - A stoneware tobacco jar and cover of barrel form with finial mounted flat cover, decorated with a relief carved repeat foliate scroll design with alternating star motif around a dedicated name of Thomas W. Potterton, dated 1893, picked out in white over green glazed ground with brown glazed borders, impressed and indistinct incised marks, height 13cm. £80 - £120


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204 198 Desmond Eyles (Revised by Louise Irvine) - The Doulton Lambeth Wares, published Richard Dennis, 2002. £40 - £60 199 Hannah Barlow - Doulton Lambeth - A lemonade jug decorated in the round with incised horse in a woodland setting, impressed oval mark and dated 1875, monogrammed to the base, height 23.5cm. £200 - £300 200 Frank Butler - Doulton Lambeth - A pair of candlesticks, each of sectional form with incised patterns in coloured glazes, impressed and incised marks, dated 1886, height 20.5cm together with a Doulton Lambeth inkwell, attributed in design to Frank Butler, the well decorated with an incised repeat pattern with a jewelled border with a brass domed cover, set to a pierced brass circular stand, any marks obscured, diameter 16cm (3). £250 - £300

205 201 Attributed to Agnette Hoy - Royal Doulton - A vase of square form decorated with enamelled stylised flowers and foliage against a mottled brown ground, impressed mark, painted 2640 FCP No.6, height 12cm. £70 - £90 202 Frank Butler - Doulton Lambeth - A pair of vases of shouldered form decorated with jewelled foliate motif against a linear ground with a band of stiff leaves to the collar, impressed and incised marks, height 18.5cm. £150 - £200 203 Eliza Simmance - Doulton Lambeth - A vase of globe and shaft form decorated to the body with leaves glazed in green with jewelled detailing over a tubelined ground with triangular motif terminating at the neck, the whole glazed in brown, impressed and incised marks, height 21.5cm. £120 - £180

206 204 Florence Barlow - Royal Doulton - A stoneware vase of tapering form decorated in pate sur pate with hand painted herons stood amidst grasses, all to the buff ground with a mottled green glaze to the interior neck, impressed marks, height 26cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 205 George Tinworth - Doulton Lambeth - A stoneware vase of footed ovoid form with a knop and flared neck, the whole with wrythen leaves and seaweed type scrolls round the body with beading and applied prunts, incised monogram, impressed mark and dated 1874, height 30cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 206 Florence Barlow - Doulton Lambeth - A pair of tall pedestal vases of shouldered form with high flared collar necks decorated with pate sur pate birds in flight over an incised scrolled ground between foliate scrolled borders, incised and impressed marks, height 29.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £700 - £900

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207 Mark Marshall and Jane Hurst - Doulton Lambeth - A pair of baluster vases each with incised and tubelined flower heads with foliage against a buff ground with incised motifs, the rim and foot rim in treacle and olive green, impressed marks, circa 1905, height 20cm. £300 - £500 208 George Tinworth - Doulton Lambeth - A pair of silver collared beakers, the tapering cylindrical bodies decorated with a scroll motif with applied jewels and white enamel dots, incised monogram, impressed marks and dated 1878, the collar hallmarked for Sheffield 1878, height 13cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £300

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209 Florence Barlow - Doulton Lambeth - A jug with an applied hallmarked silver collar, the body decorated with incised horse flanked by stylised leaves, incised initials alongside Rosina Brown assistants mark, impressed mark and dated 1876, hallmarked for Sheffield 1876, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £300 210 Emily Stormer - Doulton Lambeth - A vase decorated with incised foliate motif in brown, blue and tonal green glazes, the neck and foot rim with small applied flowerheads, impressed and incised marks, height 29cm. £350 - £400

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211 George Tinworth - Doulton Lambeth - A pair of vases of tapering cylindrical form with flared collar necks, each decorated with a wide band of incised foliate scrolls with applied jewelled motif and raised white enamel dots, all to a mottled lavender ground with banded repeat patterns above, incised monogram, impressed marks, height 20.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600


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212 William Moorcroft - A large early 20th Century footed vase or jardiniere decorated in the round with flambe fish and seaweed in tones of ochre, blue and red, the interior in a mottled blue and green, impressed Burslem mark, signed in green, height 26.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. ÂŁ10000 - ÂŁ15000

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213 William Moorcroft - A small vase of globe and shaft form decorated in the Moonlit Blue pattern with tubelined trees against a tonal blue ground, impressed mark, height 9.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 214 William Moorcroft - An early 20th Century Flamminian bottle vase decorated with three tubelined roundels and glazed in an all over mottled red, incised signature, height 16cm, restored. £100 - £150 215 William Moorcroft - An early 20th Century twin handled soup cup and saucer decorated in the Celadon Leaf and Berry pattern, impressed marks and initialled in blue, saucer diameter 18cm. £60 - £80 216 William Moorcroft - A large footed bowl decorated in the Pansy pattern with a large central tubelined flower head in tones of purple against a cobalt blue ground, impressed marks alongside flash initials, diameter 30cm, restored. £150 - £200

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217 William Moorcroft - Liberty & Co A small pedestal dish decorated in the Wisteria pattern against a dark blue ground raised to a pewter stand, impressed Tudric, Moorcroft, 01514, diameter 13cm, height 6.5cm. £200 - £300 218 William Moorcroft - A Pomegranate pattern bottle vase with flared neck decorated with three whole and one open fruit with berries and foliage against a cobalt blue ground, impressed Burslem mark with green flash initials, height 15cm, together with a Pomegranate vase of compressed form with a tall flared neck, height 16.5cm, restored (2). £120 - £180 219 William Moorcroft - A small vase of globe and shaft form decorated in the Pansy pattern on blue with four tubelined flower heads, impressed marks, height 9.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

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220 William Moorcroft - A small vase of globe and shaft form decorated in the Wisteria pattern on blue, impressed marks, height 9.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 221 William Moorcroft - A Leaf and Berry pattern vase of high shouldered form decorated with tubelined autumnal leaves and berries, impressed marks, height 13cm. £150 - £200 222 William Moorcroft - A large Pomegranate pattern shallow bowl decorated with a band of open and whole fruit and berries against a blue wash ground, impressed Burslem mark, signed in green and retain remnants of original paper label, diameter 31.5cm, restored. £100 - £150 223 William Moorcroft - Macintyre & Co - An early 20th Century jug decorated with a tubelined garland of forget-me-nots with tonal motif above, all to a green blue ground, printed mark, height 15cm. £80 - £120

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224 William Moorcroft - Liberty & Co An early 20th Century Flamminian Ware baluster vase decorated in green with tubelined foliate roundels, height 15cm together with a small trinket box and cover glazed in red with tubelined roundels, height 9cm, both with printed Liberty & Co marks and signed W. Moorcroft, S/D (2). £100 - £150 225 William Moorcroft - A small fern pot decorated in the Claremont pattern with tubelined toadstools against a green wash ground, printed Rd No to the base and signed in green, height 10cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 226 William Moorcroft - A 1930s footed vase decorated in the Waving Corn pattern with tubelined grasses against a pale ground, impressed signature mark, height 15.cm. £200 - £300


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227 William Moorcroft - A small footed vase decorated in the Freesia pattern with tubelined sprays of flowers against a yellow ground, impressed mark, height 13cm. £120 - £180 228 William Moorcroft - A small salt glazed vase decorated in the Frilled Orchid pattern with tonal flowers against a white ground, impressed signature mark, height 7cm. £100 - £150 229 William Moorcroft - A small early 20th Century vase of shouldered form decorated in the Persian pattern with tubelined flowers and foliage against a white ground, impressed Burslem mark and signed in green, height 9cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 230 William Moorcroft - A large salt glazed Leaf and Berry pattern baluster vase decorated with berries and foliage against an ochre ground, impressed signature mark, retains original Potter to HM the Queen paper label, height 25cm. £200 - £300

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231 William Moorcroft - James Macintyre & Co - An early 20th Century twin handled vase decorated in the 18th Century pattern with tubelined roses and forget-me-nots hanging from garlands tied with ribbons, printed mark and signed W.Moorcroft in green, height 25.5cm. £150 - £200 232 William Moorcroft - James Macintyre & Co An early 20th Century Florian Ware vase of compressed form with a flared neck and a single knop, decorated in the Poppy on White pattern, printed mark, signed W.Moorcroft and with printed ‘Made for Oriental Art Depot, South Shields’ printed stamp, height 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 233 William Moorcroft - Macintyre & Co - A small early 20th Century sauce boat decorated in the Poppy on White pattern with tubelined flowers and foliage, the upper neck with foliate scrolls, printed mark, height 8.5cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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234 William Moorcroft - A small vase of inverted baluster form decorated in the Flambe Leaf and Berry pattern, impressed signature mark, height 9.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

235 235 William Moorcroft - A small footed bowl decorated with two tubelined fish, one flambe and one mustard, swimming amidst grasses, all to a blue green wash ground, impressed mark, initialled in blue, diameter 11cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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236 William Moorcroft - James Macintyre & Co - An early 20th Century Florian Ware vase of high shouldered form with a squat collar neck decorated in the textured ground Honesty pattern, printed mark, signed W. Moorcroft des in green, height 21cm, restored. £200 - £300 237 William Moorcroft - James Macintyre & Co - An early 20th Century Florian Ware vase of high shouldered form with a squat collar neck decorated in the Blue on Blue Poppy pattern, printed mark, signed W. Moorcroft des in green, height 22cm, restored. £200 - £300

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238 William Moorcroft - James Macintyre & Co - An early 20th Century Alhambra vase of slender tapering form decorated in salmon pink and gold with tubelined tulips, printed mark, height 23cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 239 William Moorcroft - A 1930s water jug decorated in a salt glazed with three tubelined fish swimming amidst grasses, the body with incised vertical lines, impressed mark, initialled in blue, height 13cm. £150 - £200

241 Walter Moorcroft - A large powder bowl and cover decorated in the Flambe Clematis pattern with tubelined flowers to the cover and foliage to the base, all to a mottled red ground, impressed signature mark and initialled in blue, diameter 16cm. £70 - £90

243 William Moorcroft - James Macintyre & Co - An early 20th Century Florian ware vase of slender flared form decorated in the salmon pink and green Violet pattern, printed mark and initialled W.M des in green, height 25.5cm, restored. £200 - £300

240 William Moorcroft - Liberty & Co A shallow dish decorated in the Claremont pattern with four wrythen toadstools against a mottled green blue ground, signed in green, printed W. Moorcroft, printed Liberty & Co mark, diameter 22cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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242 William Moorcroft - An early 20th Century vase of globe and shaft form decorated with tubelined poppies, tulips and contained forget-me-nots against a white ground, impressed Burslem mark, signed in green W. Moorcroft and dated 1914, height 21cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

244 William Moorcroft - A miniature barrel vase decorated in the Pomegranate pattern with a band of whole fruit and berries against a pale mottled green ground, height 5.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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245 William Moorcroft - A desk stand of rounded rectangular form with affixed integral cube form inkwell, the whole decorated in the Eventide pattern, impressed marks and blue flash painted monogram, retains original W.Moorcroft Hand Made Pottery paper label, width 23cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

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246 William Moorcroft A baluster form vase decorated in a Flambe Landscape pattern with flambe tubelined trees in shades of red against a dark ochre ground, impressed mark, height 13cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

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247 William Moorcroft - A small vase of inverted baluster form decorated in the Eventide pattern with tubelined trees against an ochre and mottled red ground, impressed mark, height 9cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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248 William Moorcroft - A globular match strike and vesta decorated in the Hazeldene pattern with tubelined trees in tones of green and blue, the lower half with a green textured finish, impressed mark, height 6.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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249 249 William Moorcroft - James Macintyre & Co - A Florian Ware vase of globular form with a squat flared neck decorated in the Lilac pattern with sprays of flowers in tones of blue and purple with ochre spotting, re spotting, printed mark and initialled in green, height 9cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

250 250 William Moorcroft - Liberty & Co - A small pedestal comport, the shallow bowl decorated in the Eventide pattern and raised to a Tudric pewter base, impressed Tudric Moorcroft 01339 to the base, height 7cm, diameter 11cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

251 William Moorcroft - A small footed vase or jam pot base decorated in the Eventide pattern with tubelined trees against a tonal red ground, impressed mark, retains original W. Moorcroft Hand Made Pottery paper label, height 7cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £300

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252-303 Clarice Cliff – Landscapes

252 252 Clarice Cliff - Orange Roof Cottage - A large Athens shape jug circa 1932 hand painted with a stylised cottage landscape with orange and yellow banding, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, height 19.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350

253 253 Clarice Cliff - Gibraltar - A shape 463 cigarette and match strike circa 1932 hand painted in a stylised seascape with sailing boats and blue banding, Bizarre mark, height 7cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

254 254 Clarice Cliff - Orange House - A Hereford shape biscuit barrel circa 1930 hand painted with a stylised tree and cottage landscape with black and orange banding, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, height 16cm. S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £350 - £450

255 255 Clarice Cliff - Rudyard - A Leda shape plate circa 1933 hand painted with a stylised tree landscape in tonal blue, pink and green with matched banding, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, width 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

256 256 Clarice Cliff - Rudyard - A large Conical shape jug circa 1933 hand painted with a stylised tree landscape in tonal blue, pink and green, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

257 257 Clarice Cliff - Rudyard - A large shape 356 ‘Kidney’ vase circa 1933 hand painted with a stylised tree landscape in tonal blue, pink and green with conforming banding, Bizarre mark, width 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

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258 258 Clarice Cliff - Rudyard - A shape 186 vase circa 1933 hand painted with a stylised tree landscape in tonal blue, pink and green with confirming banding, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, height 14.5cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

259 259 Clarice Cliff - Applique Blue Lugano - A Conical shaped jug circa 1930 hand painted with a stylised water mill to a landscape setting with cottages to the reverse all below a deep blue sky, within red and black banding, hand painted APPLIQUE and Bizarre mark, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

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260 260 Clarice Cliff - Alton Green - A single handled Lotus jug circa 1933 hand painted with a stylised landscape with turreted castle to the distance, with green and brown banding, Bizarre mark, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

261 261 Clarice Cliff - Honolulu - A Conical shaped bowl circa 1933 hand painted with a stylised tree landscape in tonal red, yellow and orange with green and black banding, Bizarre mark, width 19cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £600

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262 262 Clarice Cliff - Orange Roof Cottage - A large Oceanic jug circa 1932 relief moulded with fish, seashells and coral hand painted with a stylised cottage and bridge landscape between orange and black banding, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, height 20cm. £500 - £700

263 263 Clarice Cliff - Patina Garden - A shape 451 vase circa 1932 hand painted with a stylised landscape beneath a pale pink splatter ground, the interior with a streaked Delecia ground, PATINA and Bizarre mark, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500


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264 264 Clarice Cliff - Summerhouse - An early straight spout Stamford teapot circa 1931 hand painted with a stylised garden with tree and summerhouse with red banding, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, height 12cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1500 - £2000

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265 Clarice Cliff - Patina Garden - A shape 460 vase circa 1932 hand painted with a stylised landscape beneath a pale pink splatter ground, the interior with a streaked Delecia ground, PATINA and Bizarre mark, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £450

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266 Clarice Cliff - Patina Garden - A shape 268 vase circa 1932 hand painted with a stylised landscape beneath a pale pink splatter ground, the interior with a streaked Delecia ground, PATINA and Bizarre mark, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £450

267 Clarice Cliff - Patina Garden - A Stamford early morning breakfast set circa 1932 comprising teapot, milk, sugar, two teacups, saucers and a side plate all hand painted with a stylised landscape beneath a pale pink splatter ground, the interior with a streaked Delecia ground, PATINA and Bizarre mark. S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

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268 Clarice Cliff - Orange House - A small Sabot circa 1930 hand painted with a stylised cottage and tree landscape with brown and orange banding, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, length 11cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £600 269 Clarice Cliff - Blue Autumn - An octagonal side plate circa 1930 hand painted with a stylised tree landscape with brown, black and orange banding, FANTASAQUE and Bizarre mark, width 14.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 270 Clarice Cliff - Mowcop - A large circular plate circa 1937 hand painted to the shoulder with a stylised landscape scene with castle turret below a tree, black script signature, width 25cm, S/D. £50 - £80 271 Clarice Cliff - Stroud - A circular plate circa 1931 hand painted with a small stylised landscape cartouche with cottage and trees over a green banded border, Bizarre mark, width 23cm. £50 - £80 272 Clarice Cliff - Pinegrove - A circular plate circa 1935 hand painted with stylised pine trees over a graduated banded ground, Bizarre mark, width 23cm. £120 - £150

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273 Clarice Cliff - Coral Firs - A set of six Biarritz soup bowls and plates circa 1933 hand painted with a stylised tree landscape in tonal browns, Bizarre and Biarritz mark, one S/D. £250 - £350 274 Clarice Cliff and John Butler Foam (Syncopation) - A shape 362 vase circa 1929 hand painted with a flight of stylised geese over a seascape with sunrise, printed A.J.Wilkinson mark with hand painted Foam and Syncopation, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150 275 Clarice Cliff - Orange Trees and House - An early straight spout Stamford early morning breakfast set circa 1930 comprising teapot, milk, sugar, two cups, saucers and a side plate all hand painted with a stylised tree and cottage landscape with orange and black banding, Bizarre marks. ILLUSTRATED. £2000 - £3000 276 Clarice Cliff - Rudyard - A Bon Jour shaped coffee service circa 1933 comprising coffee pot, cream, sugar and six conical cups and saucers all hand painted with a stylised tree landscape in tonal blue, green and pink with blue and green banding. ILLUSTRATED. £2000 - £3000

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276 277 Clarice Cliff - Applique Etna - A small Sabot circa 1930 hand painted with a stylised tropical landscape with a view of Mount Etna with tree to the foreground beneath an orange sky, hand painted Applique and Bizarre mark, length 11cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £600

278 Clarice Cliff - Applique Palermo - A small Sabot circa 1930 hand painted with a stylised tropical landscape with a flowering tree beneath orange sky, hand painted Applique and Bizarre mark, length 11cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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279 Clarice Cliff - Rhodanthe - A shape 634 vase circa 1934 hand painted with a stylised tree landscape with Delecia style interior, Bizarre mark, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 280 Clarice Cliff - Patina Garden - A shape 383 conical bowl circa 1932 hand painted with a stylised garden beneath a pink splatter effect ground with Delecia effect to the feet, PATINA and Bizarre mark, width 15.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 281 Clarice Cliff - Viscaria - A pair of shape 566 vases of ribbed sleeve form circa 1934 hand painted with a stylised tree landscape in tonal blue and green with Delecia effect interior, Bizarre mark, height 12.5cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 282 Clarice Cliff - Country - A shape 565 vase circa 1934 hand painted with a stylised landscape scene with a bridge over a river and cottage to the reverse over a mottled white and oatmeal ground, Bizarre mark, height 10.5cm. £80 - £120

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283 Clarice Cliff - Forest Glen - A shape 703 vase circa 1936 hand painted with a stylised tree and cottage landscape below a tonal red Delecia effect sky, script signature, height 21cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 284 Clarice Cliff - Opalesque Slimbridge - A shape 54 bowl circa 1934 hand painted with a stylised landscape with ducks flying overhead over an opaque glaze, Bizarre mark, width 20cm, S/D. £50 - £80

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286 Clarice Cliff - Alton (Brown) - A large shape 279 vase circa 1933 hand painted with a stylised landscape with turreted castle to the distance within brown and tonal green banding, Bizarre mark, height 21cm, together with a shape 186 vase in the Blue Autumn pattern, hand painted with a stylised tree and cottage landscape with orange and black banding, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, height 14.5cm, both A/F. (2). £120 - £150

287 Clarice Cliff - Red Autumn - A Swan flower block circa 1930 hand painted with a stylised tree landscape beneath a flying bird with multicoloured feathers, Bizarre mark, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

285 Clarice Cliff - Blue Japan - A circular plate circa 1934 hand painted with a stylised landscape with a pagoda by a lake with Cafe au Lait stippled sky and ground, Bizarre mark, width 23cm. £80 - £120

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288 Clarice Cliff - Circle Tree (R.A.F Tree) - A shape 186 vase circa 1930 hand painted with a stylised tree with graduated coloured rings between black, blue and orange banding, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 289 Clarice Cliff - Windbells - A Bon Jour shape sugar sifter circa 1933 hand painted with a stylised tree landscape with fox gloves opposing, partial FANTASQUE mark, height 12.5cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250 290 Clarice Cliff - Seven Colour Secrets - An octagonal plate circa 1933 hand painted with a stylised tree and cottage landscape by an estuary within black and orange banding, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, width 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250

291 291 Clarice Cliff - Secrets - A shape 384 conical powder bowl and cover circa 1933 the cover hand painted with a stylised tree and cottage landscape by an estuary, the base with conforming banding, Bizarre mark, width 11.5cm. N.B - The base is marked 384 which in the catalogue is registered as the conical candlestick however this piece, as yet unrecorded, has been adapted with a lipped rim to support a cover which has been seemingly adapted from a conical teapot. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

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292 Clarice Cliff - Inspiration Caprice - A large shape 14 Mei Ping vase circa 1929 hand painted with a stylised landscape with trees and a pagoda in tonal blue, turquoise and pink, height 36.5cm, unmarked. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 293 Clarice Cliff - Inspiration Caprice - A shape 358 vase circa 1930 hand painted with a stylised landscape with trees and a pagoda in tonal blue, turquoise and pink, Bizarre mark and hand painted INSPIRATION, height 20cm, A/F. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 294 Clarice Cliff - Inspiration Caprice - A shape 55 bowl circa 1930 hand painted with a stylised landscape with trees and a pagoda in tonal blue, turquoise and pink, full hand painted INSPIRATION mark by Ellen Brown, width 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

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295 295 Clarice Cliff - Inspiration Caprice - A shape 310 candlestick circa 1930 hand painted with a stylised landscape with trees and a pagoda in tonal blue, turquoise and pink, Bizarre mark and hand painted INSPIRATION, height 7.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

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296 296 Clarice Cliff - Inspiration Caprice - A shape 373 Archaic vase circa 1929 hand painted with a stylised landscape with trees and a pagoda in tonal blue, turquoise and pink, full hand painted INSPIRATION mark, height 25cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600


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297 297 Clarice Cliff - Circle Tree (R.A.F. Tree) - A pair of shape 310 candlesticks circa 1929 hand painted with a stylised tree landscape with black, blue and orange banding, Fantasque mark, height 8cm, one with a small professional restoration. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

298 298 Clarice Cliff - Mountain - A circular ashtray circa 1930 hand painted to the central well with a cottage before a mountain within black and orange banding, Bizarre mark, width 11.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

299 299 Clarice Cliff - Rhodanthe - A shape 420 cigarette holder and ashtray circa 1934 hand painted with a stylised tree landscape with Delecia style running to the interior, Bizarre mark, height 8cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

300 300 Clarice Cliff - Crocus - A shape 420 cigarette holder and ashtray circa 1934 hand painted with Crocus sprays with green banding, Honey glaze mark only, height 8cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

301 301 Clarice Cliff - Feathers and Leaves - A shape 420 cigarette holder and ashtray circa 1930 hand painted with a stylised feather and spade motif over yellow and green ground, Fantasque mark, height 8cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

302 302 Clarice Cliff - Secrets - A shape 475 fan bowl circa 1933 hand painted with a tree and cottage landscape by an estuary with matched banding, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, width 32cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 303 Clarice Cliff - Forest Glen - A Bon Jour shape preserve pot and cover circa 1935/36 hand painted with a stylised cottage landscape below a tonal red Delecia style sky, large black Newport script signature, height 11cm. £100 - £150

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304 Clarice Cliff - Broth - A shape 400 rose bowl circa 1929/30 hand painted with abstract radial bursts bordered by circles in orange, black and blue with orange banding, Fantasque mark, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200 305 Clarice Cliff - Broth - An Isis vase circa 1929/30 hand painted with abstract radial bursts bordered by circles in orange, purple, blue and green with confirming banding, Fantasque mark, height 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £600 306 Clarice Cliff - Broth - A shape 186 vase circa 1929/30 hand painted with abstract radial bursts bordered by circles in orange, blue, green and brown with conforming banding, Fantasque mark, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 307 Clarice Cliff - Inspiration Persian - A single handled Lotus jug circa 1930, hand painted with a Persian inspired abstract pattern in tonal blue, green and ochre, hand painted INSPIRATION with Bizarre mark, height 30cm, small restoration to the handle. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

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308 308 Clarice Cliff - Melon - A Conical shape coffee service circa 1929/30 comprising coffee pot, milk, sugar, six cans and saucers all hand painted with a band of abstract fruit within black, brown and orange banding, Fantasque mark. ILLUSTRATED. £2000 - £3000

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309 Clarice Cliff - Sliced Circle - A Coronet shaped jug circa 1930 hand painted with an abstract sliced circle motif over radial banded ground with green, black and blue banding, Bizarre mark, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1500 - £1800 310 Clarice Cliff - Melon - A shape 342 vase circa 1930, hand painted with a band of abstract fruit between brown, black and orange banding, Fantasque mark, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

311 Clarice Cliff - Sunray Leaves - A shape 360 vase circa 1929 hand painted with panels of abstract leaves and flowers over a radial sunburst ground between orange, purple, blue and green banding, Fantasque mark, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £700 - £800 312 Clarice Cliff - Sunray Leaves - A shape 264 vase circa 1929 hand painted with panels of abstract leaves and flowers over a radial sunburst ground between orange, purple, blue and green banding, Fantasque mark, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £700 - £800

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313 Clarice Cliff - Original Bizarre - A large Sabot circa 1928 hand painted with radial triangular motifs in yellow, blue, green and rust red over early white glazed ground, Bizarre mark over a A.J.Wilkinson mark, length 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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314 Clarice Cliff - Original Bizarre - A large Sabot circa 1928 hand painted with radial triangular motifs in purple, green and orange over early white glazed ground, Bizarre mark over a A.J.Wilkinson mark, length 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

316 Clarice Cliff - Sunrise (Blue) - A Chester fern pot circa 1929 hand painted with repeat panels of graduated circles, wave lines and sunburst motif with yellow banding, Fantasque mark, height 9cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400

315 Clarice Cliff - Tennis - A cauldron circa 1930 hand painted with an abstract linear design with and abstract tennis net with yellow and black banding, Bizarre mark, height 7cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

317 Clarice Cliff - Feathers and Leaves - A Heath shape fern pot circa 1930 hand painted with abstract feathers and spade motifs with orange banding, Fantasque mark, height 7cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

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318 Clarice Cliff - Picasso Flower - A Muffiner salt and pepper circa 1930 hand painted with an abstract flower motif with orange banding, Bizarre and Fantasque marks, height 8cm. (8). £80 - £120 319 Clarice Cliff - Liberty Stripe - A shape 421 fern pot circa 1930 hand painted with graduated coloured bands, partial Bizarre mark, height 9cm. £60 - £80

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320 Clarice Cliff - A diamond/cube shaped ashtray circa 1930 hand painted with alternate briwn and orange panels, Bizarre mark, width 12cm. £50 - £80 321 Clarice Cliff - Original Bizarre - A Havre shape fruit bowl circa 1928 hand painted with a repeat block band in green and yellow between rust red banding, hand painted rust red Bizarre mark, width 18cm. £60 - £80

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322 Clarice Cliff - Sunrise (Red) - An octagonal side plate circa 1929 hand painted with an abstract wave and sunburst motif within black, green and red banding, Fantasque mark, width 14.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

324 Clarice Cliff - Original Bizarre - A shape 204 vase circa 1929 of waisted sleeve form hand painted with a central band of abstract forms between orange, green and blue banding, large Bizarre mark, height 28cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

326 Clarice Cliff - Mondrian (colour variant) - A Crown shape jug circa 1929 hand painted with a repeat block and line design in black, blue, purple and yellow, large Bizarre mark, height 10cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

323 Clarice Cliff - Original Bizarre - An octagonal side plate circa 1928 hand painted with a radial triangle and diamond design in black, orange, brown and green, Bizarre mark, width 14.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

325 Clarice Cliff - Melon - An Ivor shape bowl circa 1930 hand painted with a band of abstract fruit between orange and black banding, printed FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, width 13cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150

327 Clarice Cliff - Zap - A shape 36 Crown jug circa 1930 hand painted with an abstract flower and leaf pattern with orange and black banding, Bizarre mark, height 9cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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328 Clarice Cliff - Original Bizarre - A large Holborn fruit bowl circa 1928, hand painted with a deep band of interlocking triangles in green, blue, yellow and red with matched banding, hand painted rust red Bizarre mark, width 23.5cm. £100 - £150

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329 329 Clarice Cliff - Abstract - A large Holborn bowl circa 1929/30 hand painted with a repeat abstract pattern with yellow, blue, orange and black banding, large Bizarre mark, width 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 330 Clarice Cliff - Original Bizarre - A Heath fern pot circa 1929 hand painted with a band of triangles in orange, brown, yellow and green with matched banding, Bizarre mark, height 7cm. N.B - The base has been enamelled with the C NO B, indicating that it was a test piece with decorating instructions. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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331 Clarice Cliff - Goldstone Abstract A shape 569 vase circa 1931 hand painted with red, white and ochre diagonal lines over a black banding to a mottled tonal brown glazed ground, hand painted Goldstone and Bizarre mark, height 14cm. £60 - £80 332 Clarice Cliff - Persian - A shape 565 vase circa 1936 hand painted with an abstract Persian inspired design in brown, turquoise, blue and green over a blue glazed ground, blue script signature, height 13.5cm. £150 - £200

330 333 Clarice Cliff - Ravel (Blue) - A triform dish hand painted with an abstract spray motif to the shoulder in black, blue and orange with matched banding, Bizarre mark, width 21cm, together with a Tankard shape jug, (2). £100 - £150 334 Clarice Cliff - Kang Abstract - A small Isis vase circa 1936 hand painted with a red and green scroll motif over a tonal brown glazed ground, black script signature, height 16cm. £50 - £80

335 Clarice Cliff - Orange and Blue Square - A small drum shaped preserve pot and cover circa 1929 hand painted with a repeat block, panel and line design with deep navy blue and black banding, Bizarre mark, height 8cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 336 Clarice Cliff - Melon (Green) - A Holborn shape fruit bowl circa 1929/30 hand painted with a band of abstract fruit in tonal green blue and yellow with orange and black banding, large Fantasque mark, width 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

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337 Clarice Cliff - Broth - A Perth shape jug circa 1929 handing painted with a band of radial web motifs with graduated circles between orange, blue, green and purple banding, Fantasque mark, height 13.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250

338 Clarice Cliff - Abstract Owl - A cauldron circa 1931 hand painted in a stylised abstract pattern of circles and chevron motifs within green and blue banding to represent an abstract owl, Bizarre mark, height 7cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

339 Clarice Cliff - Melon - A shape 365 vase circa 1930 hand painted with a band of abstract fruit within black, brown and orange banding, Fantasque mark, height 21cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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340-394 Clarice Cliff – Fruit and Florals

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340 Clarice Cliff - Nasturtium - A Daffodil coffee set comprising coffee pot, cream, sugar, six cups and saucers all decorated with stylised flowers and foliage over a stippled Cafe au Lait style ground with orange and yellow banding, Bizarre mark. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200 341 Clarice Cliff - Inspiration Rose - A Yo Yo vase circa 1930 hand painted with a stylised flowering rose bough over diagonal blue lines to a tonal turquoise glazed ground, hand written INSPIRATION in ochre together with a printed Bizarre mark, height 23cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1500 - £2000

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342 Clarice Cliff - Inspiration Clouvre Flowers A shape 370 Globe vase circa 1930 hand painted in glaze and on glaze with stylised flowers and foliage in tonal blue and green picked out with pink, over enamelled with orange bands, hand painted CLOVRE and printed Bizarre mark, height 15cm. N.B - Illustrated on page 44 of Comprehensively Clarice Cliff by Greg Slater and Jonathan Brough. ILLUSTRATED. £1000 - £1500

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343 Clarice Cliff - Inspiration Bouquet - A shape 370 Globe vase circa 1930 hand painted with stylised flowers and foliage in tonal blue, pink and ochre over a turquoise ground, hand painted INSPIRATION and printed Bizarre mark, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1000 - £1500 344 Clarice Cliff - Delecia Poppy - A shape 460 Stamford vase circa 1932 hand painted with stylised poppy heads above a Delecia streaked ground with matched decoration to the interior, DELECIA and Bizarre mark, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 345 Clarice Cliff - Delecia Poppy - A shape 634 vase circa 1932 hand painted with stylised poppy heads above a Delecia streaked ground with matched decoration to the interior, Bizarre mark, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 346 Clarice Cliff - Berries - A cauldron circa 1931, hand painted with stylised fruit and foliage between orange and green banding, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, height 7cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400

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347 Clarice Cliff - Delecia Peaches - A circular side plate circa 1932 hand painted with a band of stylised fruit and foliage over a Delecia streaked ground, Bizarre mark, width 17.5cm. £100 - £150

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348 Clarice Cliff - Gayday - An octagonal side plate circa 1931 radially hand painted with stylised flowers and foliage with black banding, GAY DAY and Bizarre mark, width 14.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60 349 Clarice Cliff and John Butler Begonia - A shape 342 vase circa 1929 hand painted with stylised flowers ands foliage over a mottled blue and brown lustre ground, A.J.Wilkinson mark only, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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350 Clarice Cliff - Nemisia - A Conical cup and saucer circa 1932 transfer printed and painted with flowers in orange, yellow and green with matched banding, Bizarre mark. £60 - £80 351 Clarice Cliff - Gayday - A drum preserve pot circa 1930 hand painted with stylised flowers and foliage with yellow, black and brown banding, GAYDAY and Bizarre mark, height 9cm. £60 - £80 352 Clarice Cliff - Jonquil - A Bon Jour six place tea service circa 1933 comprising large teapot, conical sugar bowl, tankard milk jug, six globe shape teacups, saucers and and bread and butter plate all hand painted with a band of stylised flowers and foliage above a Delecia streaked ground, Bizarre mark. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

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353 Clarice Cliff - Jonquil - A Globe shape trio circa 1933 comprising cup, saucer and side plate hand painted with a band of stylised flowers and foliage above a Delecia streaked ground, Bizarre mark. £120 - £150

354 Clarice Cliff - Jonquil - A Globe shape trio circa 1933 comprising cup, saucer and side plate hand painted with a band of stylised flowers and foliage above a Delecia streaked ground, Bizarre mark. £120 - £150

355 Clarice Cliff - Jonquil - A large circular plate circa 1933 hand painted with a band of stylised flowers and foliage above a Delecia streaked ground, Bizarre mark, width 23cm. £80 - £120

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356 Clarice Cliff - Jonquil - A circular side plate circa 1933 hand painted with a band of stylised flowers and foliage above a Delecia streaked ground, Bizarre mark, width 17cm, together with two further examples and two saucers. £100 - £150

360 Clarice Cliff - Delecia Oak Leaves An 18in ribbed charger circa 1934 hand painted with a central band of leaves and acorns over a tonal brown streaked Delecia effect ground, Bizarre mark, width 46cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

357 Clarice Cliff - Jonquil - A set of six Daffodil shaped grapefruit bowls circa 1933 hand painted with a band of stylised flowers and foliage above a Delecia streaked ground, Bizarre mark. £200 - £300

361 Clarice Cliff - Delecia Oak Leaves A shape 613 trumpet vased circa 1934 hand painted with a central band of leaves and acorns over a tonal brown streaked Delecia effect ground, Bizarre mark, height 21.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

358 Clarice Cliff - Jonquil - A large Conical shape bowl circa 1933 hand painted with a band of stylised flowers and foliage above a Delecia streaked ground, Bizarre mark. width 23cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

362 362 Clarice Cliff - Delecia Oak Leaves An octagonal dressing table tray circa 1935 hand painted with a central band of leaves and acorns over a tonal brown streaked Delecia effect ground, Bizarre mark, width 32cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

363 Clarice Cliff - Delecia Oak Leaves A Bon Jour early morning breakfast set circa 1934 hand painted with a central band of leaves and acorns over a tonal brown streaked Delecia effect ground, Bizarre mark. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £750

359 Clarice Cliff - Spring Crocus - A pair of circular plates circa 1940, radially painted with Crocus sprays with pale green and brown banding, black script mark, together with a Sundew pattern small serving plate. (3). £50 - £80 363 361

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364 364 Clarice Cliff - Green Chintz - A Hiawatha shape fruit bowl circa 1932 hand painted to the central well with stylised fruit and foliage within graduated green to yellow banding, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, width 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 365 Clarice Cliff - Rudyard - A Hiawatha shape fruit bowl circa 1933 hand painted to the central well with stylised tree landscape with tonal green, blue and pink banding, Bizarre mark, width 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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365 366 Clarice Cliff - Nuage (Fruit) - A shape 471 Bon Bon tray with five shape 472 triangular Bon Bon dishes each hand painted with stylised fruit and foliage over a blue and orange stippled cafe au lait style ground, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark. (6). ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

368 Clarice Cliff - Crocus - An Eton jug circa 1931 hand painted with Crocus sprays between green and brown banding, printed CROCUS and Bizarre mark, height 13cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

369 Clarice Cliff - Marguerite - A Muffiner cruet set circa 1933 relief moulded with flowers and foliage picked out in pink, blue and black with blue and green banding, hand painted Marguerite and Bizarre mark. (3). £80 - £120

367 Clarice Cliff - Blue Chintz - A composed Conical tea for two circa 1932 comprising large teapot and cover, large milk jug, large sugar bowl, two cups, saucers and a side plate all hand painted with stylised flowers and foliage with tonal blue, green and pink banding, Bizarre mark. (8). ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

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370 Clarice Cliff - Crocus - A Muffiner shape cruet set with mustard post circa 1930 hand painted with Crocus sprays with yellow, green and brown banding, printed CROCUS and Bizarre mark. £80 - £120 371 Clarice Cliff - My Garden - A shape 660 sugar sifter circa 1934 relief moulded to the base with flowers and foliage in orange, red, yellow and black below a tapered conical body with tonal brown Delecia style decoration, hand painted MY GARDEN and Bizarre mark, height 14.5cm. £40 - £60

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374 Clarice Cliff - Womans Journal - A pair of octagonal side plate circa 1931 transfer printed and painted with abstract flowers and foliage within green, red, orange and yellow banding, Bizarre and Womans Journal mark, width 14cm. (2). £100 - £150 375 Clarice Cliff - Red Gardenia - A large Crocn shaped jug circa 1931 hand painted with stylised flowers and foliage with orange and black banding, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, height 11cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150

372 Clarice Cliff - Patina Daisy - A shape 363 vase circa 1932 hand painted with flowers, foliage and stepped lines below a blue splatter effect ground with Delecia interior, Bizarre mark, height 16cm. £100 - £150

376 Clarice Cliff - Red Gardenia - A medium Crown shaped jug circa 1931 hand painted with stylised flowers and foliage with red, yellow and black banding, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, height 10cm. £120 - £150

373 Clarice Cliff - Womans Journal - A pair of octagonal side plate circa 1931 transfer printed and painted with abstract flowers and foliage within green, red, orange and yellow banding, Bizarre and Womans Journal mark, width 14cm. (2). £100 - £150

377 Clarice Cliff - My Garden - A boxed set of four napkin rings relief moulded with flowers and foliage with enamel decoration, unmarked. £60 - £80

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378 Clarice Cliff - Summer Bouquet An Isis vase circa 1937 hand painted with a stylised floral spray below cloud forms in mixed enamels over a mushroom glazed ground, black script signature, height 25cm. £80 - £120

382 Clarice Cliff and Gordon Forsythe Art in Industry - Floral - A part Biarritz dinner service comprising six side plates, six dinner plates and two graduated meat plates circa 1934, manufactured for the Harrods Art In Industry exhibition and decorated to the front with a repeat dash line and to the reverse stylised flowers and foliage over a pale blue tin glazed ground, Bizarre mark and Gordon Forsythe signature. (18). £250 - £300 383 Clarice Cliff - Gayday - A shape 368 square stepped fern pot circa 1930 hand painted flowers and foliage with black, yellow and brown banding, hand painted GAYDAY and Bizarre mark, height 9cm. ILLUSTRATED. £140 - £160

379 Clarice Cliff - Crocus - A drum shape preserve circa 1930 hand painted with Crocus sprays with green, yellow and brown banding, hand painted CROCUS and Bizarre mark, height 9cm. £80 - £120 380 Clarice Cliff - Crocus - A Globe shape tea cup and saucer circa 1930 hand painted with Crocus sprays with yellow, green and brown banding, CROCUS and Bizarre mark, together with three various small Crocus pattern bowls. (4). £80 - £120 381 Clarice Cliff - Crocus - A Beehive honey pot circa 1936 hand painted with Crocus sprays with yellow, green and brown banding, CROCUS and Bizarre mark, together with two small Crocus pattern bowls. (3). £80 - £120

384 384 Clarice Cliff - Floreat - A shape 268 vase circa 1930 hand painted with a band of stylised flowers and foliage over a black ground between orange, black, yellow and green banding, Fantasque mark, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350


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385 Clarice Cliff - Apples - A shape 421 fern pot, factory converted in to a small lamp with factory drilled hole to the side and base with original fitting, hand painted with stylised fruit and foliage with a keyboard and orange banding, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, height 9cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

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386 Clarice Cliff - Bobbins - A pair of muffiner salt and pepper pots circa 1931 hand painted with stylised flowers, foliage and cotton reels with orange banding, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, height 7.5cm, S/D. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

387 Clarice Cliff - Inspiration Lily - A shape 363 Goblet vase circa 1930 hand painted with stylised flowers and foliage in tonal pink, ochre and blue over a turquoise ground, Bizarre mark and hand painted INSPIRATION, height 16cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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388 Clarice Cliff - Red Gardenia Cafe Au Lait - A Conical bowl circa 1931 hand painted to the interior with stylised flowers and foliage over a stippled tonal brown ground with blue banding, Bizarre mark, width 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £700

389 Clarice Cliff - Berries - A large conical bowl circa 1931 hand painted to the interior and also to the triangular feet with stylised fruit and foliage over an angular striped ground with orange banding, FANTASQUE and Bizarre mark, width 23cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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390 Clarice Cliff - Crocus - A miniature mustard pot circa 1930 of cylindrical form hand painted with Crocus sprays, with a married cover decorated in Delecia Citrus, unmarked, height 5.5cm. £40 - £60 391 Clarice Cliff - Blue Chintz - A square ashtray circa 1932 hand painted to the central well with stylised flowers and foliage with green and blue banding, Bizarre mark, width 11.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

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392 Clarice Cliff - Oranges and Lemons - A square shaped ashtray circa 1931 hand painted to the central well with stylised fruit and foliage with orange and black banding, Bizarre mark, complete with a 1930s oak smokers stand with stepped column and base. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

393 Clarice Cliff - Crocus - A conical shaped sugar sifter circa 1930 hand painted with Crocus sprays between yellow, green and brown banding, CROCUS and Bizarre mark, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150

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394 Clarice Cliff - Tresco - A Bon Jour part tea service circa 1936 comprising hot water pot, large milk jug, large sugar bowl, two Biarritz tea cups, saucers and side plates with a large bread and butter plate hand painted with a stylised floral spray, Biarritz and Bizarre marks. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500


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395 395 Clarice Cliff - Butterfly - A large shape 14 Mei Ping vase circa 1930 hand painted with stylised butterflies over a banded ground with brown and black banding, Fantasque mark, height 41cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1500 - £2000

396 Clarice Cliff - Chahar - A face mask modelled as an Oriental lady wearing an ornate headdress picked out in enamel colours, Bizarre mark, height 28cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

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397 Clarice Cliff - Swallow - A wall pocket circa 1938 in the form of a stylised cloud with an applied swallow in flight picked out in enamels over a mushroom glazed ground, brown signature, height 20cm. £60 - £80 398 Clarice Cliff - Scraffito - A wall pocket circa 1939 of cushion form with two panels of relief moulded flowers and foliage picked out in tonal green, blue and pink over the mushroom glazed ground, brown script signature, height 25cm. £100 - £150 399 Clarice Cliff - Butterfly - An octagonal side plate circa 1930 hand painted with a stylised butterfly over striped ground, Fantasque mark, 14.5cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 400 Clarice Cliff - Cottage - A shape 410 book end circa 1932 hand painted in enamel colours, script mark, height 14cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150 401 Clarice Cliff - Arab - A novelty candlestick modelled as a standing Arab in pantaloons with sash and turban holding a basket, all picked out in enamel colours, height 15cm. £80 - £120

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402 Clarice Cliff - Seated Arab - A novelty figure of a seated sleeping Arab with orange painted turban and blue and green clothes, bears A.J.Wilkinson mark only, height 14cm. £80 - £120 403 Clarice Cliff - Mr Fish - A shape 829 vase in the form of an open mouthed fish picked out in tonal green over a mushroom glazed ground, brown script signature, height 16cm. £50 - £80 404 Clarice Cliff - Mrs Duck - An early figure of a duck wearing a mop cap and blue enamelled skirt with walking stick, raised to a green enamelled base, A.J.Wilkinson mark only, height 16cm. £80 - £120 405 Clarice Cliff - Joan Shorter - Kiddies Ware - A tea cup and saucer circa 1928 hand painted with drawings inspired by Joan Shorter, the saucer marked ‘From a child, to a child’, S/D. £40 - £60 406 Clarice Cliff - Sadie - A miniature portrait mask/pendant modelled as a fashionable lady with flowers to her hair, picked out in enamel colours over a green celadon glazed ground, blue script mark, length 9cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

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407 407 Clarice Cliff - Chick - A novelty condiment set modelled as three chicks, one in an egg, mounted to a stand with a cockerel, Bizarre mark, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150


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408 Clarice Cliff - Friday Night Ducks - A free standing figure modelled as two ducklings in standing pose, cuddled together with enamel decoration above a black painted base, A.J.Wilkinson mark only. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 409 Clarice Cliff - Laughing Cat - A pencil holder modelled as a seated laughing cat wearing a bow tie, decorated with green, black and orange spots with a pot to the side with matched banding, Bizarre mark, height 11cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

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410 Clarice Cliff - United Services - A pepper pot in the form of a sailor with dark blue sailor suit, unmarked, height 9cm. £80 - £120 411 Clarice Cliff - Hanky - A large shape 786 posy bowl in the form of a tied knotted hanky with white spots over a red enamelled ground, A.J.Wilkinson mark only, width 22cm. £40 - £60

412 Clarice Cliff - Kang - A ginger jar and cover circa 1937 in the Chinese taste decorated with relief moulded floral sprigs and spots beneath a tonal grey glazed ground, black script signature, height 21cm. £100 - £150 413 Clarice Cliff - Gnome - A nighlight circa 1936 of domed form modelled with a small gnome climbing the side in enamel colours with later matched mushroom gloazed stand. £50 - £80

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414 414 Clarice Cliff - Frank Brangwyn - A.J Wilkinson - A framed circular charger hand painted after the original from the British Empire Panel with African figures sat amidst flowers and foliage with animals and birds in the trees and on branches, the reverse with the hand painted mark ‘The Brangwyn panels designed for the Royal Gallery of the House of Lords 1925, First Exhibited at Olympia 1933. Painted by Clarice Cliff from one of the panels.. A.J Wilkinson, Royal Staffordshire Pottery Burslem, Staffordshire’, numbered 17 and signed Frank Brangwyn, diameter 32.5cm In 1926, Frank Brangwyn was commissioned by Lord Iveagh to paint a pair of large canvases to be displayed in the Royal Gallery at the House of Lords, Westminster. The paintings were to commemorate peers and their family members who had been killed in the First World War. Accordingly, Brangwyn painted two battle scenes which included a scene of life-size troops advancing into battle beside a British tank. When the paintings were unveiled in 1928, the Lords rejected the panels considering them too grim and disturbing. They recommissioned Brangwyn to produce a series of panels that would celebrate the beauty of the British Empire and the Dominions. Over the next five years, Brangwyn completed sixteen panels (that covered 3000sq ft) which would be known as the British Empire Panels. Five of the panels were displayed in the Royal Gallery for approval by the Lords, but were again refused on the ground of being ‘too colourful and lively’. In 1934, the sixteen panels were purchased by Swansea Council and are now housed in the Brangwyn Hall, Swansea. ILLUSTRATED. £1000 - £2000

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415-560 Art Deco

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415 Albert Wainwright (1898-1943) - Nurnberg beim Spittlertor, ink and wash drawing on blue paper, unframed, 26cm x 18cm also painted verso together with one other view of Nurnberg Bratwurst Glocklein (2). £100 - £150

416 Rene Lalique - A 1930s Coquille bowl, pattern number 3200, relief moulded with four scallop shells in a graduated opalescence, moulded mark, diameter 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

417 Rene Lalique - A 1930s Annecy bowl, pattern 10-398, of shallow circular form decorated with the reverse with wave notched line design, acid etched mark, width 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350

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418 Rene Lalique - A post war Pinsons bowl, pattern No 5747, relief moulded with small fat sparrows amongst arched thorny branches to the clear crystal ground, engraved signature Lalique signature, width 23.5 cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

419 Monart - A large 1930s bowl of footed circular form, shape AF, with a band of tonal purple paisley swirl over a mottled jade green to pale blue ground, width 31cm, retains original label. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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420 Monart - A large 1930s tumbler vase, shape OE, decorated with random air bubbles over mottled and swirled pale blue to green ground, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

423 Monart - A 1930s Stone ware vase of ovoid form with collar neck, shape A, cased in a mottled and bubbled tonal red to orange over an opal interior, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

421 Monart - A large 1930s vase of low shouldered conical form with applied collar neck, shape D variant, decorated with a graduated purple to cinnamon stoneware effect over pale opal ground with mottled orange collar neck, height 26cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

424 Monart - A large 1930s bowl of circular form with wide flat rim, shape DF, decorated with a purple well rising to paisley swirls with pink, jade green and bronze aventurine mottling, width 49cm. £600 - £800

422 Monart - A large vase of shouldered ovoid form with collar neck, shape N, decorated in a Paisley Shawl design with textured swirls in tonal blue over a pale blue ground with applied white splatter effect, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1000 - £1500

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425 Fratelli Toso - A 1920s Italian Murano glass table lamp with a wide spread foot rising to a slender baluster form column with brass gallery and domed shade all in a close pack millefiori ground, unmarked, height 43cm. £150 - £200

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426 Monart - A matched pair of 1930s shape Z ginger jars and covers each decorated with a tonal blue to green paisley swirl to the shoulder over a jade green ground, unmarked, height 21cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200 427 Verlys - A large 1930s cinnamon glass vase of ovoid form with flared collar neck, relief moulded with long tailed exotic birds, period conversion to a table lamp with brass gallery fittings, height 28cm. £200 - £300

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428 Wilhelm Kage - Gustavsberg - A 1930s Art Deco Argenta Ware cylinder vase decorated with an applied silver portrait of a nude lady wearing an assuit type shawl against a mottled green ground, printed and painted marks, height 21.5cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 429 429 In the manner of Jean Favre - An ash veneered bedroom suite with rosewood veneered borders, comprising dressing table of elliptical form, with a galleried well top with fitted mirror over two frieze drawers, width 121cm, together with a pair of bedside cabinets of stepped form, each with an onyx shelf and cupboard, width 61cm, a bedroom chair and an armchair and a double bed frame. (6). ILLUSTRATED. £1500 - £2000

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430 In the manner of Jean Favre - An ash and rosewood veneered triple door armoire, ensuite to the previous lot, with a central mirror panel door above the stepped plinth base. £300 - £500

432 Albert Wainwright (1898-1943) ‘Mauseturm - Bingen am Rhein’, ink and wash drawing, unframed, 21cm x 14cm also painted verso together with two other views of Rhein castles (3). ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

431 Unknown - probably French - A chromium plated and polished slate mantle clock, with a stepped tubular case and a diamond shaped dial, the movement stamped 47383, height 36cm and width 40cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

433 Albert Wainwright (1898-1943) ‘Drachenfels’, ink and wash drawing, unframed, 21cm x 14cm also painted verso together with one other view of Drachenfels (2). ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250

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434 Albert Wainwright (1898-1943) - ‘Legende Sage, male nude study for Siegfried’, ink drawing, unframed, 21cm x 14cm also painted verso together with a musical verse and a map of Nederland by the same hand (3). ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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435 3 Sir Walter Thomas Monnington, PRA (19021976) - ARP wardens rescuing casualties of bomb blast, pastel drawing, bears studio stamps verso, framed, 17.5cm x 25cm Provenance: the artist’s widow, Evelyn Janet Monnington. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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436 436 Circle of Duncan Grant (18851978) - Trees - a study of foliage, oil on canvas, framed, 78cm x 65cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £700

437 440 After Charles Laborde (1886-1941) - ‘The Three Graces’, hand coloured aquatint, signed in the plate, framed,. £100 - £150

437 Ian Grant (1904-1993) - Study of a lady standing in her bathroom wearing silk pyjamas and robe’, pastel drawing on buff paper, signed and dated 1936, framed, 57cm x 40cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 438 3 Henry Charles Brewer, RI (18661950) - A crowded beach in summer, watercolour, signed, framed, 23cm x 33.5cm. £200 - £300 439 Bourne (Circa 1925) - Portrait of a lady standing in an extensive landscape’, oil on board, signed indistinctly, painted verso with landscape sketch, framed, 35cm x 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400

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441 441 Royal Dux - A 1930s Art Deco face mask ‘The Screamer’ with pale red hair, impressed Czechoslovakia 14835II, length 22.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 442 Keramos - A small 1930s Art Deco terracotta bust of a stylised female with ringlet hair, unmarked, height 23cm S/D. £100 - £150

443 443 Lucien WIllmetz - Robj - A 1930s French Art Deco bonbonniere in the form of a stylish lady with ornate head dress and large necklace picked out in coloured glazes, lacks cover, impressed marks, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

444 444 Henri Delcourt - Two 1920s French Art Deco models of seated Arabian ladies, the first in a red turban with a beaded bralet and green hareem trouser, the second with a gold turban, black vest and yellow harem trousers, both with holding oval baskets, possibly for incense, each with printed HD Boulogne sur mer marks, height 15.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 445 After Ernest Michahelles (‘Thayaht’) - Ladies fashion, a pair of modern reproduction prints after the originals published in 1922, framed, each 20cm x 14cm (2). £80 - £120

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446 Daum - A 1930s Uranium green glass bowl, with slice cut decoration, engraved signature, height 13cm, together with another smaller example with partial slice cutting, engraved signature, height 9cm. (2). £80 - £120 447 Rene Lalique - A glass Lierre cigarette holder circa 1920, of sleeve form with stylised relief moulded ivy in a frosted and clear finish, engraved and moulded signature, height 7.5cm. S/D. £80 - £120 448 Rene Lalique - A glass Nemours bowl circa 1929, the thick walled bowl relief moulded with repeat graduated poppy heads picked out in an amber stain, relief moulded mark, diameter 25.5cm. £300 - £500 449 In the manner of Josef Lorenzl - A small 1930s Art Deco bronze figure of a lady in a trouser suit standing at the top of an onyx and marble stair case, unsigned, height 12cm S/D. £80 - £120

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450 Unknown - A small 1930s Art Deco bronze modelled as a bather in swim suit with arms raised, mounted to a circular onyx base, unsigned, height 13cm S/D. £100 - £150 451 In the manner of Josef Lorenzl - A small 1930s bronze figure modelled as a fashionable lady in standing pose, mounted to a circular onyx dish form base, unsigned, height 10cm. £150 - £200

454 G.Gori - A 1930s silvered bronze figure titled ‘Pyjamas’ modelled as a fashionable lady in walking pose wearing silk pyjamas, raised to a variegated black marble base, signed to the base, height 31cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

452 Bruno Zach - A small Art Deco cold painted bronze figure of a lady wearing pantaloons trousers in a dancing pose with a leg kick, mounted to a variegated marble base, signed to the bronze, height 19.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 453 Bruno Zach - A 1930s Art Deco patinated bronze figure of a female nude standing provocatively in a fur coat, mounted to a variegated black marble base, unsigned, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

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455 455 Unknown - A French variegated green marble and brass cased mantle clock, the rectangular dial signed M. Bourdarot, Cannes, with fin shaped side panels and a stepped rectangular base, height 26cm and width 28cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £200

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456 Daum - A large 1930s glass bowl, of shallow form with ribbed rim with air bubble decoration to a pale green ground, engraved signature, diameter 25.5cm. £80 - £120

457 457 Unknown - A 1920s French Art Deco mantle clock of elongated octagonal form in red variegated marble with applied black block detail around a central dial with applied gilt metal floral detail, the dial bearing retailers signature for Gregoir Rolland, Perpignan, length 23cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £200

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458 Josef Lorenzl - A 1920s Art Deco patinated bronze of a slender semi-clad female in standing pose with arms raised, her robes hand enamelled with small floral sprays, signed, mounted to a black and green onyx base, height 31cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800 459 Bruno Zach - A large 1920s Art Deco patinated bronze figure titled The Bather modelled as a fashionable lady in swim suit and swimming cap mounted to a stepped square green onyx base, signed to the base, height 34.5cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

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461 Roland, Paris - A 1920s French Art Deco spelter figure of an exotic dancer in Egyptian revival style costume in a dancing poise, mounted to a stepped white marble base, height 36cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 462 Unknown - A 1930s Art Deco bronzed and painted figure of a lady stood on an onyx plinth, she dressed in a bralet and draping shirt with her arms outstretched holding the two ends of her skirt out, unmarked, height 18cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

460 In the manner of Josef Lorenzl - A small 1930s Art Deco patinated bronze figure of a stylish lady in a trouser suit, mounted to a stepped circular base, unsigned, height 25.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

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463 D.H Chiparus - Egyptian Dancer - A bronze study of a semi naked woman with arms raised aloft set to a black veined marble tapering square base with gilt Egyptian style plaque to front, signed, height 73cm Reference: Art Deco and Other Figure Bryan Catley page no 84. ILLUSTRATED. £8000 - £12000

464 D. H. Chiparus - Cleopatra - A patinated bronze figure modelled as a reclining female in exotic costume raised to a stepped variegated black marble base, signed to the marble base. Reference: Art Deco and Other Figures - Bryan Catley - for variant model page no 84. ILLUSTRATED. £6000 - £8000

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465 Harry Nixon - Royal Doulton - A 1920s Flambe vase of ovoid form with a squat collar neck decorated to the body with pomegranates, berries and foliage with gilt detailing, all against a mottled red ground, printed mark, initialled HN, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

467 Harry Nixon - Royal Doulton A large 1920s Flambe vase of baluster form decorated to the body with grapes, berries and foliage with gilt detailing, all against a mottled red ground, printed mark, initialled HN, height 27cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

466 Harry Nixon - Royal Doulton - A 1920s Flambe vase of ovoid form with a squat collar neck decorated to the body with grapes, berries and foliage with gilt detailing, all against a mottled red ground, printed mark, initialled HN, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

468 Pilkingtons Royal Lancastrian A shape 2822 vase of footed shouldered ovoid form with a lobed shoulder and roll rim decorated in a mottled tonal green glaze, impressed marks, height 25cm. £40 - £60 469 Pilkingtons Royal Lancastrian A shape 2335 vase of lobed form with a garlic top neck, the whole decorated with an ‘orange peel’ mottled orange and yellow glaze, impressed marks, height 26cm. £40 - £60

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470 Dora Batty - Carter Stabler Adams - A collection of thirty-six 4in plastic clay tiles from the Nursery Rhyme series comprising eighteen hand painted tiles and eighteen blank tiles with yellow dots to the corners, some with painted pattern codes (36). ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

471 Eric Slater - Shelley - A 1930s Art Deco Regent shape part dinner set comprising one tureen and cover, six 18cm plates, six 22.5cm plates, five 20cm bowls and six 23cm bowls, all decorated in the Violets W12314 pattern, printed marks (qty). £80 - £120

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473 472 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco drum shape preserve pot and stand decorated with a gilt and enamel stylised bird in flight with stylised flowers to the reverse, in the style of the Carlton Ware Fantasia pattern, printed mark, height 11cm. £40 - £60 473 Crown Devon - A pair of 1930s Art Deco vases each of swollen footed form decorated in pattern 2073 (although marked 2074) with gilt and enamel stylised trees against an orange ground, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 474 Crown Devon - A 1930s Mattasung vase decorated with a gilt spiders web and a dragon fly, surrounded by stylised flowers and a repeat pattern to the lower half, detailed with textured glazes, printed mark, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 475 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco trumpet vase of fluted form decorated with gilt and enamel spiders webs and dragonfly against a blue ground with trailing trees, printed mark, height 19cm. £120 - £180

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474 476 Crown Devon - A pair of 1930s Art Deco vases each of swollen footed form decorated in pattern 2073 with gilt and enamel stylised trees against a blue ground, printed mark, height 16cm. £100 - £150 477 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco vase of waisted, footed form decorated in the ‘Fairy Castle’ pattern with a turreted castle, stylised trailing trees and fantasy landscape all against a mottled blue ground, printed mark to base, height 15.5cm. £100 - £150 478 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco Mattajade vase of conical form with two gilt wrythen handles, the body decorated with a gilt and enamel stylised dragon chasing a flaming pearl beneath stylised trees, all to a mottled green ground, printed mark, height 18cm. £200 - £300 479 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco trumpet vase of fluted form decorated with gilt and enamel dragons and flaming pearls against a mottled red ground with trailing trees, printed mark, height 19cm. £100 - £150

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480 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco vase of high shouldered form decorated in the ‘Fairy Castle’ pattern with a turreted castle, stylised trailing trees and fantasy landscape all against a mottled blue ground, printed mark to base, height 15cm. £100 - £150

484 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco drum shaped preserve pot and stand decorated in the Mattajade ‘Fairy Castle’ pattern with a turreted castle, stylised trailing trees and fantasy landscape all against a mottled green ground, printed mark to base, height 15cm. £50 - £80

481 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco vase decorated with gilt and enamel stylised flowers and foliage against a mottled red ground, printed mark, height 16cm. £80 - £120

485 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco vase decorated in the Mattajade ‘Fairy Castle’ pattern with a turreted castle, stylised trailing trees and fantasy landscape all against a mottled green ground, printed mark to base, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

482 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco vase decorated with gilt and enamel stylised flowers and foliage against a matt black ground, printed mark, height 16cm. £100 - £150 483 Crown Devon - A pair of 1930s Art Deco vases decorated with gilt and enamel stylised trailing flowers and foliage against a mottled dove grey ground, printed mark, height 13cm. £120 - £180

486 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco vase decorated with gilt and enamel stylised flowers and foliage against a mottled blue ground, printed mark, height 15cm. £80 - £120 487 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco Mattajade vase of swollen form decorated with a gilt and enamel stylised bird in flight with stylised flowers to the reverse, in the style of the Carlton Ware Fantasia pattern, printed mark, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180


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488 Crown Devon - A pair of 1930s Art Deco vases of footed form decorated with stylised flowers and foliage against a mottle green and sand coloured ground, printed mark, height 16cm. £100 - £150

496 Wilton Ware - A 1930s Art Deco lustre temple jar and cover decorated with two classical ladies in a fantasy garden setting heightened with gilding, printed marks, height 32cm. £60 - £80

489 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco Mattajade vase of footed form decorated with a gilt and enamel stylised dragon chasing a flaming pearl beneath stylised trees, all to a mottled green ground, printed mark, height 16cm. £80 - £120

497 Hollinshead and Kirkham Tunstall (H&K Tunstall) - A 1930s Art Deco vase of compressed form with a squat neck and garlic top, the whole decorated with a hand painted red to black design, printed mark, height 22cm S/D. £30 - £50

490 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco vase decorated in the Mattajade ‘Fairy Castle’ pattern with a turreted castle, stylised trailing trees and fantasy landscape all against a mottled green ground, printed mark to base, height 16cm. £100 - £150 491 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco vase of inverted baluster form decorated in pattern 2103 with gilt and enamel stylised trees against a blue ground, printed mark, height 23cm. £100 - £150 492 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco vase of flared cylinder form decorated in pattern 2073 with gilt and enamel stylised trees against a blue ground, printed mark, height 15cm. £100 - £150 493 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco vase decorated in the Mattajade ‘Fairy Castle’ pattern with a turreted castle, stylised trailing trees and fantasy landscape all against a mottled green ground, printed mark to base, height 19cm. £80 - £120

498 Unknown - A 1930s studio pottery shallow bowl, the central well decorated with two abstracted birds within a brown border edge all to a stone ground, initialled to the reverse JPA, diameter 29cm. £40 - £60

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499 E.K Cole Ltd - A 1932 Ekco all electric model SH25 radio in brown Bakelite case with a fret ‘Willow Tree’ design to the speaker, the dial with double tracking cursor, twin control knobs and centre switch, height 46cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 500 E.K Cole Ltd - A 1931 Ekco model M23 radio in a brown Bakelite case, MW/LW meters, height 40cm S/D. £80 - £120 501 Unknown - A painted double sided fairground panel of triangular form, 139cm x 92cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

494 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco vase and cover decorated with gilt and enamel stylised flowers and foliage against a Mattajade green ground, printed mark, height 20cm, restored. £80 - £120

502 Mabel Lucie Attwell - Shelley - A Boo Boo milk jug modelled as a pixie in green costume, printed mark, height 15cm. £80 - £120

495 Quimper - A 1930s Art Deco footed trumpet vase decorated with tubelined heart shaped motif with linear swags glazed in a variety of colours and oxides, painted HB Quimper France F.174 PK, height 15.5cm. £50 - £80

503 Eric Slater - Shelley - A 1930s Art Deco bone china Regent shape part teaset comprising teapot, one cup and saucer, milk sugar, tea plate and a saucer all decorated in the W12289 pattern with green and black partial banding and silver lustre detail, printed marks (6). ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

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504 Wilhem Kage - Gustavsberg - A 1930s Argenta Ware vase of swollen waisted form decorated with a silver stylised bird with a fish in its mouth, trailing a garland of leaves, painted marks, height 11cm. £60 - £80 505 Wilhem Kage - Gustavsberg - A 1930s Argenta Ware shallow footed bowl decorated with a silver fish with jewelled airbubbles, the border edge with a scallop pattern trim, painted marks, diameter 12cm. £40 - £60 506 Wilhem Kage - Gustavsberg - A 1930s Argenta Ware shallow footed bowl decorated with silver sprigs with a scallop pattern trim, printed marks, diameter 10cm together with a pair of matching squat candlesticks, height 4cm (3). £40 - £60 507 Monart - A 1930s Shape F glass vase of shouldered form with flared neck, decorated with graduated cloudy blue to a clear crystal ground, original label, height. £300 - £500 508 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - A large Ikora glass vase of tapering form with wide flat rim, decorated black flecks over a red ground cased in clear crystal, height 44cm. £150 - £200

510 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - An Ikora glass vase of footed flared form, decorated with controlled oxide bubbles to a smoky ground, height 14.5cm. £150 - £200

515 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - A large Ikora glass bowl of shallow form, decorated with ochre fissuring to a deep red ground, diameter 38.5cm. £100 - £150

520 Charles Vyse - A 1920s stoneware vase of swollen form decorated with an all over mushroom glaze and painted with brown foliage, incised CV and dated 1929, height 20cm S/D. £150 - £200

511 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - A large Ikora glass bowl of shallow form with folded rim, decorated with ochre fissuring between a repeat red circular network, diameter 32cm. £200 - £300

516 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - An Ikora glass bowl of flared form, decorated with a fine opal and orange network to a clear crystal ground, diameter 16.5cm. £40 - £60

521 Crown Devon - A 1930s Art Deco cylinder vase decorated with lustre and gilt butterflies against an iridescent blue ground, faint printed mark, height 27cm. £80 - £120

512 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - An Ikora glass candlestick of globular form, decorated with air bubbles and mottled red patches over a deep blue ground, height 9.5cm. £50 - £80

517 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - A large Ikora glass bowl of shallow form, decorated with mottled cinnamon to the centre and ochre air bubbles to the rim all to a clear crystal ground, diameter 39cm. £100 - £150

513 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - An Ikora glass bowl of footed conical form, decorated with air bubbles and trailing to a mottled lilac ground, diameter 26m. £60 - £80 514 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - A large Ikora glass vase of swollen sleeve form with flared neck, decorated with air bubbles to a graduated red to ochre ground, height 39cm. £200 - £300

509 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - A large Ikora glass vase of footed trumpet form, with cinnamon trail over a graduated green ground, original label, height 27.5cm. £100 - £150 524

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518 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - An Ikora glass vase of waisted sleeve form, decorated with ochre air bubbles to a dark red ground, height 12cm. £40 - £60 519 WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) - A large Ikora glass bowl of shallow form, decorated with a mottled red and amethyst centre with ochre detailing to the rim, diameter 40cm. £100 - £150

522 Wilhelm Kage - Gustavsberg - An Argenta ware vase of spherical form, the green ribbed body with small silver flower heads and a garland design to the rim edge, printed and impressed marks, height 8cm. £80 - £120 523 Elizabeth Graydon Stannus Graystan - A 1930’s vase of swollen sleeve form with everted rim, cased in clear crystal over yellow with white interior, engraved signature, height 24cm. £100 - £150 524 Unknown - An Art Deco black enamelled card case of rectangular outline, the hinged lid with marcasite line borders and central monogram M R, marcasite thumb plate opening to gilt washed interior, width 18.5cm, import marks for George Stockwell, London 1933. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500


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525 Unknown - An Art Deco shagreen rectangular box inlaid with geometric ivory stringing and ivory thumb plates opening to reveal a cedar lined interior, length 21cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

529 Attributed to Donald Gilbert - Bourne Denby - A 1930s/1940s Art Deco vase of swollen ovoid form decorated with low relief fish swimming amidst grasses, printed marks, height 23cm. £60 - £80

526 Birgur Haglund - A 1930s Swedish silver necklace designed as a series of ten groups of four concave discs each with central boss with linking hoops, terminating in a hook clasp, together with matching screw back earrings, stamped Haglund, Sterling Silver. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

530 William Beveridge Robertson - EBCO (Educational Book Company) - A 1930s collapsible ‘Patent Bookcase’ in brown Bakelite, length 50cm together with a butterscotch Bakelite Carvacraft desk tidy, printed mark, length 10cm (2). £50 - £80

527 Jacques Adnet - A 1930s Art Deco Modernist wine bottle holder with chromium plated frame with arched ends and celluloid carry handle, unmarked, height 23.5cm. £150 - £250 528 Attributed to Donald Gilbert - Bourne Denby - A pair of 1930s/1940s Art Deco bookends formed as angel fish decorated in tones of green and brown, printed mark, height 17cm. £80 - £120

531 Unknown - A bolt of 1930s Art Deco velvet upholstery fabric with a geometric repeat pattern in tones of brown, red and black against a pale gold ground, approximately 138cm x 260cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 532 John Skeaping - Wedgwood - A model of a Duiker Lying, glazed in green, impressed marks, length 17cm. £40 - £60 533 John Skeaping - Wedgwood - A model of a Duiker standing, glazed in white, impressed and printed Etruria mark, height 21cm. £40 - £60

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534 Charlotte Rhead - Bursley Ware - A 1930s Art Deco charger decorated in the tubelined 1325 pattern with seeded fruits and foliage in tones of blue, orange and brown, printed Bursley mark, diameter 37cm. £50 - £80 535 Carter Stabler and Adams (Poole Pottery) - A 1930s squat candlestick, shape 940 decorated in the DD pattern, height 8cm together with a small CSA jug decorated in the EO pattern, height 11.5cm S/D and a small Moorcroft footed cache pot decorated with pink wiggly lines over a tonal lavender ground, impressed marks, height 7.5cm (3). £50 - £80 536 Rene Lalique - A small 1930s Art Deco circular bowl in the Coquilles pattern, no. 3204, circa 1924, relief moulded to the exterior with over lapping shells with a graduated opalescence, wheel engraved mark, diameter 13cm. £150 - £200 537 Shelley - A late 1920s Art Deco part Queen Anne shape teaset comprising twelve cups, fourteen saucers, thirteen side plates, two bread and butter (or cake plates) and a milk and sugar, all decorated in the 11561 Blue Iris pattern, printed marks, some S/D(qty). £150 - £200

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538 538 R. Lalique - A Poissons No 1, number 3262, shallow bowl of circular form relief moulded to the exterior with spiralled fish around central air bubbles, acid mark to central well, width 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

540 540 Rene Lalique - A car mascot of circular disc shaped form titled Archer, intaglio moulded with the kneeling naked figure of male archer, engraved R. Lalique ‘France to the body, engraved number to base ‘No. 1126’, height 12cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 541 Shelley - A 1930s Art Deco coffee set decorated in pattern 12010 with yellow dandelion flowers and leaves, comprising a Stanley shape coffee pot, six Vincent cups and saucer, milk jug, sugar bowl, small lemon plate, square bread and butter plate and eight side plates together with another matching cream jug and sugar bowl, printed marks (qty). £200 - £300 542 Gordon Russell of Broadway - An oak model 250 drop leaf occasional gate-leg table of octagonal form, with faceted supports united by chamfered stretchers, un-labelled, height 68.5cm and diameter 56cm.

539 539 Georges Leonnec (1881-1940) - ‘Rapture’, An Art Deco watercolour illustration for ‘La Vive Parisienne’, signed with monogram and dated 1929, framed, 32.5cm x 25.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £700 - £900

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544 Daum - A large vase, circa 1930, the body deeply moulded with vertical flutes, the ground acid etched, engraved, ‘Daum, Nancy with the Cross of Lorraine, height 28cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 545 Carlton Ware - A 1930s Art Deco vase decorated in the Dragon and Traveller pattern with a gilt and enamel stylised dragon, stylised tree and a male Chinese figure, all to a mottled blue ground, printed script mark, height 17cm. £200 - £300

543 543 Gordon Russell Ltd of Broadway - An oak ‘Weston’ side table of rectangular form, the plain apron above reeded square legs, bears copper trade label ‘Gordon Russell Ltd, Broadway, Worcs’, height 76cm and width 84cm, complete with a hand-written gift card ‘With Best Wishes for your future happiness, from the employees of Gordon Russell Ltd, Broadway’. Provenance: Formerly the property of Sydney James Cross, who worked for Gordon Russell Ltd between 1938 and 1944 as a cost accountant and a stores control, thence by decent. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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546 Carlton Ware - A 1930s Art Deco flower jug decorated in the gilt and enamel Hollyhocks pattern against a green ground, printed script mark, height 18cm. £60 - £80

548 Carlton Ware - A 1930s Art Deco vase of swollen form decorated in the gilt and enamel Devils Copse pattern with stylised trees and flowers against a mottled blue ground, printed script mark, height 19.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 549 Carlton Ware - A 1930s Art Deco vase decorated in the gilt and enamel Star Flower pattern against a rouge royale ground, printed script mark, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 550 Carlton Ware - A 1930s Art Deco vase of squat form decorated in the Jazz Stitch pattern, printed mark, height 10cm. £60 - £80

547 Carlton Ware - A 1930s Art Deco Handcraft vase decorated in the New Delphinium pattern, printed script mark, retains original paper label, height 26cm. £60 - £80

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551 551 Carlton Ware - A 1930s Art Deco Handcraft high sided bowl decorated in the Hiawatha pattern, printed script mark, retains original paper label, diameter 23cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 552 Carlton Ware - A 1930s Art Deco Handcraft vase decorated in the New Delphinium pattern, printed script mark, height 16cm. £60 - £80 553 Carlton Ware - A large 1930s Art Deco Handcraft vase decorated in the Cherry pattern with leaves and fruit against a blue wash ground, printed script mark, height 29cm. £120 - £180 554 Wiltshaw and Robinson - Carlton Ware - A 1920s vase of cylindrical form with a flared neck decorated in the Dragon in Cartouche pattern, printed mark, height 15.5cm. £60 - £80 555 Carlton Ware - A 1930s Art Deco vase of footed barrel form decorated in the Leaf pattern with gilt and enamel foliage against a mottled blue ground, printed script mark, height 27cm. £120 - £180

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556 556 Carlton Ware - A 1930s vase of footed swollen form decorated in the Fantasia pattern with a gilt and enamel stylised bird amidst styled flowers, all to a blue ground, printed script mark, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 557 Carlton Ware - A 1930s Art Deco vase of swollen form decorated in the gilt and enamel Devils Copse pattern with stylised trees and flowers against a mottled blue ground, printed script mark, height 18cm. £150 - £200 558 Carlton Ware - A 1930s Art Deco Handcraft vase decorated in the Cherry pattern with leaves and fruit against a blue wash ground, printed script mark, height 26cm. £100 - £150

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559 559 Carlton Ware - A 1930s Art Deco vase of swollen form with a banded neck decorated in the Lace Cap Hydrangea pattern with gilt and enamel stylised flowers against a mottled red ground, printed script mark, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180


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564 AVeM - A large Zanfirico Millefiori Tutti Frutti bowl with circular well rising to a hot worked pulled and folded rim, internally decorated with random murrine canes with silver aventurine over a green ground, width 44cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 565 AVeM - A set of four large glass door handles of moulded rectangular form with multicoloured murrine canes, latticino canes and gold aventurine, each with an inset metal fitting, 23cm x 17cm. £250 - £350

562 560 David Mellor - Walker and Hall - A 1960s hallmarked silver cutlery service in the award winning ‘Pride’ pattern composed of six table forks, six side forks, six dessert spoons, six soup spoons, six teaspoons and two serving spoons, mainly Sheffield 1963, Walker and Hall, together with six ivorine handled knives and six similar dessert knives in the same pattern. (44). £1500 - £2000 561 Art Vannes - A large French clear crystal table centre bowl of drawn abstract form with fluted and pulled rim, acid marked to the base, length 56cm, together with two similar examples, length 76cm. (3). £120 - £180

562 Arne Jacobsen - Fritz Hansen - A pair of ‘Swan’ swivel chairs, each upholstered in black vinyl above an aluminium four point base, one chair bearing remnants of a Fritz Hansen Danish Furniture Control foil label to the base, S/D. (2) N.B. These chairs are offered for sale as works of art. They may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason should not be used in a private dwelling. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

563 Michael Harris - Mdina - A 1970s glass Fish vase of compressed globe and shaft form with heavy clear crystal strapping to the shoulders, with an internal blue and green crizzle decoration, dated 1977, engraved signature, height 23.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

566 Eric Ravilious - Wedgwood - A set of twelve twin handled Garden pattern soup cups and saucer stands decorated with black linear waves against a pale yellow ground, impressed marks with impressed dates for 1953 and 1954, together with a Garden pattern cereal bowl S/D. (qty). £60 - £80

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567 Eric Ravilious - Wedgwood - Eleven pieces of Travel pattern dinner ware comprising four 25cm diameter dinner plates decorated with a yacht in calm waters, four 23cm diameter fish plates with a train emerging from a tunnel, two shallow soup bowls with a biplane in flight and a side plate with a Snowstorm scene, all with printed marks and impressed date marks for 1953 and 1954. (11). £400 - £600 568 Eric Ravilious - Wedgwood - A Travel pattern one place dinner setting comprising a dinner plate, fish plate, side plate, soup bowl, tea plate, cereal bowl, grapefruit bowl and a teacup and saucer, each decorated with a black and blue transfer scene, printed marks with impressed dates marks for 1953 and 1953. (8). £150 - £200 569 Eric Ravilious - Wedgwood - A set of twelve Travel pattern 17.5cm diameter side plates each decorated with a Snowstorm scene in black and tinted in blue, printed marks with impressed dates for 1953 and 1954. (12). £300 - £500

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570 Josef Svarc - Podebrady Glassworks - A post war clear crystal glass decanter of drawn ovoid form cut and engraved with a stylised thistle motif below a slice cut neck and teared stopper with polished printie panels, engraved signature, height 31cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 571 Frantisek Koudelka - Prachen Glassworks - A large post war vase of swollen sleeve form with dimple moulded body over the graduated ruby to citron ground, unmarked, height 33cm. £80 - £120 572 Joseph Said - Mdina - A large fish vase circa 1973 of compressed rectangular form with a slender drawn neck, cased in clear crystal over a pale ruby core with gold aurene, signed and dated 1973, height 27cm. £400 - £500

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573 Istvan Komaromy - A figural lamp work group of Diana the Huntress with a leaping stag in tonal white opalescent glass, mounted to a green variegated marble base, height 27cm, retains original label. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 574 Istvan Komaromy - A figural lamp work group of a prancing stallion in tonal white opalescent glass, mounted to a green variegated marble base, height 28cm. £80 - £120 575 Istvan Komaromy - A figural lamp work group of a leaping stag and deer in tonal white opalescent glass, mounted to a green variegated marble base, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 576 Vicke Lindstand - Kosta - A post war glass vase of compressed ovoid form, engraved with a lady in Elizabethan dress, engraved signature, height 21cm. £100 - £150


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581 581 3 Sir Peter Blake, RA (B.1932) - ‘The Wrestlers’ a set of five screen prints comprising ‘Penny Black’, ‘The Tuareg’, ‘Ebony Tarzan’, ‘Red Power’ and ‘Pretty Boy Michael Angelo’, each signed in pencil and numbered 21/25, published 1972, framed, 6cm x 13cm and smaller. (5). ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 578 578 Edvin Orhstrom - Orrefors - A mid 20th Century Waterfall bowl of heavy wrythen spiral form finely engraved with feather lines, engraved signature, width 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150

577 577 Frank Thrower - Dartington - A Sunflower glass vase, pattern FT35, of square sleeve form with a relief moulded sunflower over a green ground cased in clear crystal, acid marked, height 39cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

579 Alfredo Rossi - A large 20th Century Italian Murano glass vase with a fluted and folded circular foot below a slender fluted bell form body with flared rim decorated with a mottled iridescence over the tonal bronze and purple ground, unmarked, height 38cm, S/D. £120 - £150 580 Kathi Urbach - Beswick - A 1950s cream glazed posy vase in the form of a stylised dove with relied moulded designs, impressed and printed marks, length 28cm. £40 - £60

582 Unknown - An acrylic table lamp of stylised triangular form, inset with a number of clear acrylic rods above the black triangular base, height 33cm and width 34.5cm, S/D. £150 - £200 583 Susie Cooper - Wedgwood - A Black Fruits pattern set comprising coffee pot, teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl and four cups, saucers and side plates, printed marks. (qty). £60 - £80 584 In the manner of Raymond Peynet - Rosenthal A post war vase of elliptical form decorated with four transfer applied stylised giraffe, printed mark, height 15cm. £60 - £80

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585 585 Pierro Fornasetti - A Bighe design magazine rack raised to four brass peg feet decorated with a cream Greco-Roman soldier on a chariot against a black lacquer ground, Fornasetti Milano Made in Italy paper label, height 38.5cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 586 Guy Rogers - A pair of 'His and Hers' armchairs together with a matching foot stool from the 'Manhattan' range, with gingham check hopsack style upholstery. (3) N.B. These chairs and foot stool are offered for sale as works of art. They may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason should not be used in a private dwelling. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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587 Daniel (Walter) Bloor (1924-2016) - Reclining Nude, oil on canvas, signed, unframed, 65cm x 51.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 588 Daniel (Walter) Bloor (1924-2016) - Organic forms in blue and green, oil on board, signed, unframed, 62cm x 84cm, also a pastel drawing by the same hand. (2). £100 - £150

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589 3 Sir Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi CBE RA (1924-2005) - ‘Nettleton’, lithograph, signed in pencil and dated 1977, printers proof, numbered 4/5, framed, 80cm x 54cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 590 3 Victor Pasmore, CH, CBE (1908-1998) - Sheet from ‘’Points of Contact No. 26’’, 1974, lithograph, signed with monogram, 49cm x 51cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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591 3 Frank Martin (1921-2005) - ‘Deja Deco’, linocut monochrome poster, signed in pencil, framed, 58cm x 39cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 592 R. B. Kitaj (1932-2007) - ‘Barrio’, lithograph, signed in pencil, artist’s proof, published 1967, framed, 86cm x 60cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 593 3 After David Hockney (B.1937) - Still life with Fruit and Flowers, lithograph, signed in the stone, framed, 33cm x 53cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

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594 3 Frank Martin (1921-2005) - ‘Miss America 1945’, etching, signed and titled in pencil, artist’s proof, framed, 37cm x 55cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £700 595 3 Terry Willson (B.1948) - ‘Palm Trees’, lithograph, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 38/100, framed, 53cm x 81cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 596 3 Bernard Meadows (1915-2005) - ‘Bird’, lithograph, signed in pencil and dated ‘62, framed, 38cm x 27cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180 596

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603 Unknown - A 1950s wrought iron coat stand in black painted finish with red ball terminals. £80 - £120 604 G-Plan Furniture - A nest of three model 8041 teak occasional tables on loop style supports. (3). £50 - £80 597 597 3 Frank Martin (1921-2005) - The Folio Society Frank Martin prints and drawings, exhibition poster, linocut, signed in pencil, framed, 40cm x 31cm, also one other signed exhibition poster by the same hand. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180 598 Gote Augustsson - Ruda Glassworks - A large cobalt glass vase of waisted sleeve form decorated with an impressed block motif over the textured ground, together with a smaller square sleeve vase, shouldered vase and large footed bowl, tallest 30cm. (4). £80 - £120

605 G-Plan Furniture - A model 4395 teak dining table of circular form, together with four model 4055 ladder-back chairs. (5) N.B. The chairs in this lot are offered for sale as works of art. They may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason should not be used in a private dwelling. £50 - £80

607 3 Bernard Dunstan, RA (1920-2017) - ‘Young Girl with plaits’, oil on board, painted circa 1950, signed with initials, framed, 28.5cm x 22cm. £400 - £600 608 3 Ronald Ossory Dunlop, RA (1894-1973) - Study of a female model sitting on a bed, oil sketch on paper, signed, framed, 54cm x 36cm. £600 - £800 609 Dirk Smet (20th Century) - ‘Abstract forms’, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 61cm x 71cm. £100 - £150 610 3 Ursula Vivian McCannell, ARCA (1923-2015) ‘Going Home’, oil on board, signed with initials, unframed, 61cm x 51cm. £500 - £750 611 3 Stella Steyn (1907-1987) - Roman Soldiers, gouache, stamped signature verso, framed, 10cm x 10cm, also one other gouache by the same hand. (2). £100 - £150

599 Sven Palmqvist - Orrefors - A mid 20th Century clear crystal glass Sail vase engraved with an abstract linear design, engraved marks, height 23cm. £40 - £60

612 B.R. Samuel - Bronze, a portrait bust of a young boy, signed, raised to a tapered mahogany plinth, overall height 31.5cm. £200 - £300

600 Stromberg - A post war clear crystal glass vase of faceted tumbler form internally moulded with a horizontal optic ring, unmarked, height 20cm. £40 - £60

613 Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson - An oak ashtray of rectangular form with canted corners and with carved ‘mouse signature’, width 10cm. £40 - £60

601 Timo Sarpaneva - Ittala - A pair of clear crystal Bolero candlesticks with a fluted stem rising to a wide flat top with central aperture, retain original label, height 9cm. (2). £30 - £50

614 Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson - An oak table lamp of tapered octagonal form in an adzed finish, with foliate carved square base and with carved ‘mouse signature’, height (excluding bulb holder) 26cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250

602 Erik Hoglund - Boda - A small circular glass dish relief moulded to the interior with a female nude over a deep cinnamon ground, together with a similar period glass free standing plaque relief moulded with an abstract cat to the ruby glass ground. (2). £30 - £50

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615 Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson An oak serving tray of rounded rectangular form, with adzed surface and twin carved ‘mouse signature’ handles, measuring 55cm across the handles by 32.5cm. £200 - £300 616 Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson An oak bowl of circular form, in an adzed finish, with carved ‘mouse signature’, diameter 15.5cm, S/D. £100 - £150 614, 615, 616 and 617

617 Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson A single handled oak cheeseboard of oval form, with adzed finish, with carved ‘mouse signature’, 36.5cm across the handle by 18.5cm. £100 - £150

622 Fritz Hansen, Danish - A pair of 8072 arm chairs of beech and plywood construction, stamped to the underside of the seat. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 623 Reynolds of Ludlow - A solid yew wood coffee table of planed naturalistic rectangular form, raised to tapered legs, bears copper label verso, height 40cm and width 141cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 624 Fritz Hansen, Danish - A pair of 8072 elbow or arm chairs of beech and plywood construction, stamped to the underside of the seats. (2) £100 - £150

618 Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson An oak breadboard of octagonal form, with adzed finish, with carved ‘mouse signature’, 30.5cm by 25cm, S/D. £100 - £150

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619 Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson A pair of oak napkin rings of octagonal form, with carved ‘mouse signatures’, height 5cm. (2). £50 - £80 620 Robert Heal for Staples and Co A ‘Ladderax’ modular bookcase system on steel supports. £300 - £500

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621 Robert Heal - Staples - A ‘Ladderax’ bookcase or shelving system, comprising eight shelves on black square tubular steel supports, width 108cm. £100 - £150

625 625 Gerald Reitlinger (1900-1978) ‘The Ritz’, oil on canvas, bears ‘The Parkin Gallery, London’ label verso, framed. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400

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628 626 626 3 Doris Zinkeisen (1898-1991) - ‘Horses and Grooms’, oil on canvas, signed, painted circa 1950, framed, 46cm x 56cm. Provenance: studio sale, the Collection of Jonathan Riley. ILLUSTRATED. £1200 - £1800 627 3 Paul Hogarth, OBE, RA (1917-2001) - ‘The Gates of Fez’, lithograph, signed in pencil, numbered 120/150, published by Christie’s Contemporary Art 1975, framed, 40cm x 61cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 628 Bernard Fleetwood Walker, PPRBSA (18931965) - ‘The Bridge, Dinan’, oil on board, signed, inscribed verso, framed, 36cm x 46cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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629 Modern British School - ‘Peace and Quiet’, oil on board, inscribed with title verso, dated ‘61, framed, 56cm x 77cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 630 Alex Graham (Mid 20th Century) - ‘The Gossips’, oil on board, bears later attribution and date 1950 verso, framed, 33cm x 40cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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631 3 Clifford Fishwick (1923-1997) - Landscape with distant chimney, gouache, signed, framed, 27cm x 36cm. £200 - £300 632 Friedrich Meckseper (B. 1936) - ‘12km.’, etching with aquatint printed in colour, signed in pencil and dated ‘67, bears ‘Lumley Cazalet Ltd., London’ label verso, framed, 27cm x 29cm. £100 - £150

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634 633 3 Humphrey Spender (1910-2005) ‘Sanary trees’, oil and mixed media on board, signed and dated 1946, bears ‘The Redfern Gallery Ltd., London’ label verso dated 8th March 1947, purchaser G. P. Wethered Esq., framed, 23.5cm x 31cm. £300 - £400 634 3 Robert Duckworth Greenham, RBA, ROI (1906-1976) - ‘Portrait of Margaret Atkinson, model at Camberley Further Education Centre’, oil on canvas, signed with initials and dated ‘73, inscribed verso, framed, 31cm x 26cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 635 Ivan Selichev (Ukranian b.1928) ‘Sunset’, oil on board, signed and dated 1953, bears ‘Roy Miles Gallery, London’ label verso, framed, 17.5cm x 34cm. £100 - £150

637 636 3 Clifford Fishwick (1923-1997) Study of a gentleman sitting in an interior, watercolour, signed and dated ‘48, framed, 25.5cm x 35cm. £200 - £300

637 Attributed to Robert Duckworth Greenham, RBA, ROI (1906-1976) - Bathers on a river bank with a train crossing a viaduct beyond, oil on canvas, framed, 43cm x 62cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 638 3 Robert Duckworth Greenham, RBA, ROI (1906-1976) - Study of a young woman sitting in a deck chair and wearing a headscarf, oil on board, signed with initials and dated ‘66, framed, 31cm x 26cm. £600 - £800 639 3 Robert Duckworth Greenham, RBA, ROI (1906-1976) ‘Farmyard’, oil on board, signed and dated ‘44, bears ‘Royal Institute of Oil Painters, London’ exhibition label verso, framed, 31cm x 26cm. £400 - £600

641 640 3 Bernard Dunstan, RA (1920-2005) - ‘Council Meeting, Royal Academy with Rushbury, Spence and Wheeler’, oil on board, signed with initials, inscribed verso, framed, 22.5cm x 24.5cm. £250 - £350 641 3 Robert Duckworth Greenham, RBA, ROI (1906-1976) - ‘The Thames at Marlowe’, oil on canvas, signed and dated ‘66, framed, 43cm x 55cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1500 - £2000 642 Joan Ker (Ex.1961-1973) Fishermen’s Cottages, oil on board, signed, framed, 33cm x 30cm. £200 - £300 643 3 Clifford Hall, RBA, ROI (19041973) - ‘The Caledonian Market’, oil on board, signed, titled and dated 1932 verso, bears ‘The Belgrave Gallery, London’ label verso, framed, 22.5cm x 16cm. £400 - £600

644 644 Pierro Fornasetti - A Themes and Variations series circular plate transfer printed with an image of Julia within a light bulb, printed marks, diameter 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

645 645 Pierro Fornasetti - A Themes and Variations plate depicting shattered Julia face over a gold lustre ground, printed mark, diameter 26cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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646 Pierro Fornasetti - A Themes and Variations series circular plate transfer printed with an image of Julia within a classical column, printed marks to the reverse, diameter 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

648 3 Kenneth Gribble (1925-1995) ‘Grangetown, Middlesborough’, oil on board, signed, bears ‘The Belgrave Gallery, London’ label verso, framed, 30cm x 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

647 Pierro Fornasetti - A Citta’ D’Italia series circular plate transfer printed with an image of Milan, printed marks to the reverse, diameter 26.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

649 Algernon Cecil Newton, RA (18801968) - ‘Hampstead Heath’, oil sketch on artist’s board, signed indistinctly with initials, framed, 22.5cm x 29cm. ILLUSTRATED. £2000 - £3000

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650 3 Mary Adshead (1904-1995) ‘Family on the Beach’, oil on board, signed, bears artist’s hand written label verso, framed, 28cm x 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 651 3 Robert Duckworth Greenham, RBA, ROI (1906-1976) - ‘River Lock’, oil on canvas, signed and dated ‘57, bears ‘Royal Society of British Artists’ label verso, in original white painted combed gesso frame decorated with applied oars, 64cm x 76cm. ILLUSTRATED. £2000 - £3000

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652 Oiva Toikka - Nuutarjarvi Notsjo - A glass Sieppo or Flycatcher figure circa 1972, in the form of a stylised bird in pale amber with applied amber beak and foot rim, original label, engraved signature, height 12.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120


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653 and 654 653 Tapio Wirkkala - A 1950s glass Varsanjalka or Foals Foot vase, of sleeve form with swollen upper section, engraved with repeat linear decoration, dated 1955, engraved signature, height 22.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 654 Tapio Wirkkala - Iittala - A 1950s glass Varsanjalka or Foals Foot vase, of sleeve form with flared and pulled rim, engraved with repeat linear decoration, dated 1957, engraved signature, height 12cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

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656 655 In the manner of Fratelli Toso - A circa 1950s Italian Murano glass wall mirror of shaped form with a radial white lattachio border, unsigned, 62cm x 47cm. £300 - £500 656 Robert Heritage for Archie Shine A pair of yew wood veneered chests of five graduated drawers with brass inset hinged handles, retailed by Heals, height 77cm, width 70cm and depth 45cm, S/D. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

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657 Unknown, probably Italian - A buttoned black leather seated stool upon an eliptical wrought metal frame with brass mounts and hoof feet, height 46cm and width 46cm, S/D. N.B. This stool is offered for sale as a work of art. It may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason should not be used in a private dwelling. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 658 3 Hugh Boycott-Brown (1909-1990) - The Prospect of Whitby, Wapping, London, oil on board, signed and dated ‘56, framed, 29.5cm x 40cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

659 Thonet Industries, Inc - A pair of tub shaped armchairs with green hopsack style upholstery to the chromium plated flattened steel frames. (2) N.B. These chairs are offered for sale as works of art. They may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason should not be used in a private dwelling. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 660 David Andersen - A 1970s Norwegian sterling silver gilt and guilloche enamel brooch modelled as an owl, decorated with ivory and grey plumage and yellow and black eyes, stamped in relief David Andersen, Norway, Sterling 925S. £60 - £90

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661 661 Georg Jensen - A 1960s Danish silver pendant, the rectangular frame inset with sinuous scrolling stems with foliate buds, design number 295, later converted from a brooch, original Jensen chain with T bar and hoop clasp, stamped post 1945 Jensen marks, London 1964. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 662 Georg Jensen - A Danish Sterling silver ring, three circular cabochon moonstones collar set with boss spacers to a plain tapering band, design number 5, stamped post war marks, Denmark, 925S ring size O. £70 - £100 663 Carl Ove Frydensberg - A Danish Sterling silver heart shaped brooch with applied Viking ship decoration, stamped COF, with a pair of silver gilt guilloche enamel scroll clip earrings, stamped marks for Hroar Prydz and another silver pair by Ulrich, Denmark. (5). £60 - £90 664 Unknown - A Mexican silver brooch modelled as a holly leaf and berries with pendant bell below, together with matching screw back pendant earrings, stamped. (3). £40 - £60

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665 Shelia Fleet - A modern Scottish silver Runic pendant of circular outline decorated with Runic script, ‘Orkney Isles’, against an oxidised textured ground. £30 - £50 666 John and Sylvia Reid - Stag Furniture - A 'C' Range desk or dressing table of well top design, fitted with an arrangement of seven drawers above tapered legs, height 75cm and width 122cm. £50 - £80 667 John and Sylvia Reid - Stag Furniture - A 'C' Range chest of four drawers, raised to tapered legs, bearing paper label verso, height 93cm and width 76cm. £50 - £80

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668 Ercol - A pair of beech 'Windsor' hoop back easy arm chairs, model 203. (2) £80 - £120 669 Ercol - A 'Windsor' blonde elm and beech sideboard, fitted with an arrangement of two drawers above a double door and single door cupboard, raised on tapered legs united by a stretcher frame, height 83cm and with 122cm. £150 - £200 670 Ercol - Four blonde elm and beech 'Windsor' hoop back dining chairs, model 370, together with a model 382 dining table of rounded rectangular form on square tapered legs, height 72cm, length 152cm and width 76cm. (5) £100 - £150

671 Vicke Lindstrand - Kosta - A large Autumn vase circa 1950s of compressed ovoid form internally decorated with a stylised tree and falling autumnal leaves, signed Kosta LH 2011, height 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1800 - £2200 672 Vicke Lindstrand - Kosta - A Winter vase circa 1950s of compressed ovoid form internally decorated with a stylised tree in the snow against a blue sky, signed Kosta LH 1801, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £3000 - £4000

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673 673 Edward Hald - Orrefors - A clear crystal decanter of flat sided shouldered form with collar neck and flat stopper, engraved to both sides with an interpretation of Susanna and the Elders from the Book of Daniel, Chapter 13.

675 Vicke Lindstrand - Kosta - A Pierced series vase/jug circa 1950s of compressed ovoid form with pulled lip and lower oval open aperture, cased in clear crystal over black glass, signed Kosta LH 1187, height 29.5cm.

Ref - This example featured in The Decanter - An Illustrated History of Glass from 1650 - Andy McConnell. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

N.B - This design was created by Lindstrand following a trip to the Venini Glassworks in 1952. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

674 Edvin Ohrstrom - Orrefors - A small clear crystal vase designed 1937 of ovoid form internally optic moulded and externally cut and polished with a repeat panel design, signed Orrefors FA 1808, height 10cm. £80 - £120

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676 Gunnel Nyman - Riihimaki - A Calla vase circa 1946 of flared sleeve form cased in pale green over a white interior with pulled and sheared rim, engraved signature to the base, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

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677 Unknown - A 1970s green leather and corduroy upholstered lounge suite, comprising three seat sofa, width 213cm, and a pair of armchairs, width 98cm, heights of backs 72cm, S/D. (3) Provenance - Bought by the vendor’s parents during the 1970s from Claude Hooper Interiors, Solihull. N.B. This suite is offered for sale as a work of art. It may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason should not be used in a private dwelling. £200 - £300 678 Unknown - A 1950s cream GPO model 300 Bakelite telephone, numbered to handset underside 164 57, later converted, S/D. £50 - £80

679 679 G.A. Jenkins for The Packet Furniture Company - A ‘Linden’ armchair, from the ‘Tecta’ range, designed in 1948, of birch veneered bent ply construction. N.B. This chair is offered for sale as a work of art. It may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason should not be used in a private dwelling. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300


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680 Poole Pottery - A 1950s Freeform shape 719 vase decorated in the HOL pattern, impressed and painted marks, height 32cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180

682 Poole Pottery - A 1950s Freeform shape 725 vase of flared form decorated in the HYL pattern, impressed and painted marks, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

684 Poole Pottery - A 1950s Freeform shape 337 baluster vase decorated in the YES pattern, impressed and painted marks, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

686 Poole Pottery - A 1950s Freeform shape 723 ovoid vase decorated in the HOL pattern, impressed and painted marks, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

681 Poole Pottery - A 1950s Freeform shape 704 chalice vase decorated in the PRP pattern, impressed and painted marks, height 27.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £70 - £90

683 Poole Pottery - A 1950s Freeform shape 707 vase decorated in the PRP pattern, impressed and painted marks, height 27cm. £70 - £90

685 Poole Pottery - A 1950s Freeform shape 701 ‘peanut’ vase decorated in the PRP pattern, painted 26M to the base, impressed and painted marks, height 33cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180

687 Poole Pottery - A 1950s Freeform shape 722 footed cylinder vase decorated in the HYL pattern, impressed and painted marks, height 23.5cm. £70 - £90 688 Poole Pottery - A 1950s Freeform shape 690 vase decorated in the YMP pattern, impressed and painted marks, height 25.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 689 Poole Pottery - A 1950s Freeform shape 685 vase decorated in the YMT pattern, impressed and painted marks, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

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690 Poole Pottery - A 1950s Freeform shape 722 vase decorated in the GGP ‘Ravioli’ pattern, impressed and painted marks, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 691 Poole Pottery - A 1950s Freeform elliptical vase decorated in the PY pattern, impressed and painted marks, height 20cm. £50 - £80 692 Poole Pottery - A 1950s Freeform elliptical vase decorated in the PS pattern, impressed and painted marks, height 20cm. £50 - £80

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693 Poole Pottery - Two pieces of 1950s Freeform, the first a small elliptical vase decorated in the FSU pattern, height 15.5cm, S/D, the second an elliptical bowl decorated in the PT pattern, length 24.5cm, both with impressed and painted marks. (2). £40 - £60 694 Poole Pottery - Three pieces of 1950s Freeform comprising two shape 104 egg cups decorated in the UFW and UFT pattern and a shape 365 tray in the FST pattern, all with impressed and painted marks. (3). £40 - £60 695 Tom Millard - A large 1960s studio ceramic sculpture of rectangular form with abstract panel decoration, unsigned, height 52cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 696 Tom Millard - A contemporary ceramic sculpture of slender column form with an abstract shaped top picked out in a tonal green and grey wash glaze over the white porcelain ground, signed to the applied black base, height 54cm. £100 - £150 697 3 Laurence Stephen Lowry, RA (1887-1976) - ‘Berwickupon-Tweed’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, published by The Medici Society, 1973, bears blind stamp, unframed, 53cm x 43cm. ILLUSTRATED. £3000 - £4000

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698 701 698 Robert Heritage for Archie Shine - A ‘Hamilton’ teak and rosewood veneered bedroom suite, comprising a chest of five long drawers with conical brass handles, raised to tapered legs, height 76cm and width 99cm, a headboard fitted with a pair of single drawer bedside tables, width 229cm, a dressing stool of rectangular form with tapered legs, width 56cm and a pair of double door wardrobes, one bearing an Archie Shine label, height 178cm, width 107cm and depth 54cm, some damage and wear. Article 10 transaction licence in place. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400

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704 3 Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) - ‘Raphael and the Fornarina XIX’, plate 134 from series 347 Suite (Bloch 1794), etching, dated ‘5.9.68.I’ in the plate, signed in pencil and numbered 17/50 in pencil, framed, 14.5cm x 20.5cm.

703 Henry Perichon - A faux tortoise shell, pearl and turquoise necklet scored Modele Exclusif and signed Henry to reverse, terminating in hook and eye clasp, length 52cm. £80 - £120

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699 Robert Heal - Staples Ltd - A teal Ladderax modular wall system, with an arrangement of two cabinets or bookcases, a fall-front desk and shelving, S/D. £300 - £400 700 Geoffrey Baxter - Whitefriars - A Textured range Drunken Bricklayer glass vase, pattern 9673, in Willow, height 20cm. £120 - £150 701 Geoffrey Baxter - Whitefriars - A Textured range Hoop vase, pattern No 9680 in Cinnamon, height 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150 702 Geoffrey Baxter - Whitefriars - A Textured range Hoop vase, pattern No 9680 in Kingfisher, height 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150

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705 Attributed to Shoji Hamada - A shallow circular dish decorated with persimmon poured grid design over a tenmoku glaze, unmarked, width 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 706 Henry Moore - Sculptural Objects A lithograph print published by School Prints Ltd. from an edition of approx. 3000, 1946-47, printed in colours, signed and dated within the plate, 49.5cm by 76cm, framed and glazed. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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709 Troika Pottery - A Chimney vase decorated to both sides with carved and textured decoration in tones of blue with brown detailing, painted mark, height 17.5cm. £80 - £120 710 Unknown - Italian - A large post war Murano glass figure of a crane in frosted clear crystal with applied black glass legs and beak, unmarked, height 52cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

711 Emil Weidlich - Varends Konstglas - A post war Swedish clear crystal glass vase of footed compressed ovoid form engraved with a female nude playing a lute with birds in flight above, full engraved signature, dated 1953, height 21cm. £100 - £150 712 Frank Thrower - Dartington - A large post war vase of square section relief moulded with stylised floral studies over pale grey ground, unmarked, height 24cm. £80 - £120

707 3 William Tucker - B Blue - A screen print and collage composition of two abstract forms laid on white paper, signed verso, within a clear acrylic frame, measures 87cm square. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 708 Troika Pottery - A small square sleeve vase decorated in wax resist with a large flower head to each side against a brown ground, printed St Ives mark, height 12cm. £100 - £150 710

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713 Tapio Wirkkala - Iittala - A post war vase, number 3512, of cruciform cased in clear crystal over midnight blue with frosted and polished finish, engraved signature, height 20cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 714 Luigi Mandruzzato - A post war Murano Sommerso glass vase of rectangular sleeve form cased in clear crystal over blue, yellow and blue, unsigned, height 27cm. £40 - £60 715 In the manner of Zanetti Vetreria Artistica - A large post Italian Murano glass figure of a prancing horse in ruby and clear crystal, unsigned, height 41cm. £100 - £150 716 Bengt Edenfalk - Skruf - A post war Spun vase in amethyst cased in clear crystal, the domed base below a slender sleeve form neck with applied clear crystal threading, engraved signature, height 20cm, together with a matched example of sleeve form with threading over pale grey ground, dated for 1963, height 21cm. (2). £80 - £120


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718 717 717 David Booth and Judith Ledeboer - Gordon Russell Ltd - A ‘Helix’ sideboard, the double doors enclosing fitted internal shelves and a cutlery drawer, raised to tapered legs, lacking label but bearing a Utility Furniture stamp, height 84cm and width 122cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 718 Trevor Chinn for Gordon Russell Ltd - A coffee table of rectangular form and raised to tapered legs, bears copper trade label, height 39cm and width 122cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 719 Unknown - A woven wicker occasional table in the form of a rhinoceros on a pedestal base, with removable oval tray top, height including the tray, 54cm, unlabelled. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

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720 Giotto Stoppino for Kartell - An acrylic four division magazine rack, height 35cm and width 40cm. £30 - £50 721 Modern British School - ‘The Life of Wittgenstein’, etching, dedicated to ‘Brian and Margaret’ (Aldiss), dated ‘78, framed, 42cm x 72cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 722 Hans Olsen - Frem Rojle - A teak dining table of circular form, raised to tapered legs, height 74cm and 106cm in diameter, together with four black vinyl upholstered chairs, S/D. (5) N.B. The chairs in this lot are offered for sale as a work of art. It may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason should not be used in a private dwelling. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

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723 Raymond Loewy - Rosenthal - A 1950s Form 2000 coffee set in matt black and white gloss comprising a coffee pot, milk jug, sugar bowl and six cups and saucers, printed marks. (qty). £50 - £80 724 In the manner of Pieff - A dining table of rectangular form with a drop end section, raised to chromium plated tubular legs, width 90cm and length 136cm (extending to 194cm), together with a set of six dining chairs of cantilever design, with bergere seats and backs with beech frames. (7). £150 - £200

725 Attributed to John Bratby, RA (1928-1992) - ‘Cornish Fishing Boats’, oil on artist’s board, inscribed verso, framed, 20cm x 25cm. £100 - £150 726 Edmund Blood (Mid 20th Century) - ‘Piccadilly Circus’, oil on board, signed and titled on label verso, unframed, 47.5cm x 63cm. £80 - £120 727 Italian School, circa 1970 Abstract forms in red and black, ink and wash drawing, signed indistinctly, framed, 55cm x 54cm. £80 - £120

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733 728 3 Alfred Cohen (1920-2001) - ‘Anemones’, etching printed in colour, signed in pencil, artist’s proof numbered XIII, framed, 34cm x 27cm. £50 - £80 729 Unknown - A 1960s re-issue Shell ‘The Leading Line’ poster after the 1923 original, showing five pre-war motor cars on the Brooklands circuit with a letter to each radiator spelling out SHELL, published by Royle Publications Limited 1969, 51cm x 76cm, together with a 1980s re-issue poster ‘The homeward way in the cool of day’ showing a tram under a moonlit sky, both unframed. (2). £40 - £60 730 After the original by Norman Keene - A 1960s re-issue Shell ‘A Sound Investment ‘Bank’ on Super Shell Motor Lubricating Oil’ poster after the 1924 original, showing a red motor car speeding along the race track, published by Royle Publications Limited 1969, unframed, 51cm x 76cm. £40 - £60

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731 After the original by William Dacres Adams - A 1960s re-issue ‘Imperial Airways Use Throughout Europe Shell Petrol Exclusively’, after the 1929 original, showing a biplane with figures beneath, published by Royle Publications Limited 1969, unframed, 51cm x 76cm. £40 - £60 732 Gerald Benney - Viners - A 1960s Viners ‘Studio’ stainless steel forty four piece canteen of cutlery, comprising two serving spoons, six soup spoons, dessert spoons, teaspoons, knives, forks, dessert forks and side knives, each with cast bark effect handles in original fitted wooden box, stamped Viners of Sheffield. £70 - £90 733 Michael Harris - Mdina - A large glass Fish vase, the central compressed globe and shaft section decorated with pale streaking over a blue green ground, heavily cased with clear crystal squared shoulders, signed by Michael Harris, height 32cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

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734 Michael Harris - Mdina - A later 20th Century glass Onion vase, decorated with pale blue columns over an ochre ground, signed by Michael Harris, height 26.5cm. £600 - £800 735 Timo Sarpaneva - Iittala - A large Orkidea vase circa 1954, of asymmetric drawn ovoid form with central wet stick aperture all in clear crystal, engraved signature, height 34cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 736 Fulvio Bianconi - Venini - A large 1950s Fazzoletto glass vase, decorated with alternate opal lattachino columns within a clear crystal ground, three line acid mark, height 19.5cm. £500 - £800


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737 Ermanno Toso - Fratelli Toso - A large post war Italian glass Nerox a Petoni vase circa 1962, of ovoid form with applied colour dab spots in yellow, red and pale blue over a silvered ground, original label, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £3000 - £5000

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738 Archimede Seguso - An Italian Murano glass Losanghe vase circa 1952, of flared square form, decorated with a network of crossed opal and pale amethyst lines over a caramel ground, original label, dated 1952, engraved signature, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £2000 - £3000

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739 Dino Martens - Aureliano Toso - A large Italian Murano glass Oriente bowl circa 1952, decorated with lattachino canes, bronze aventurine, mottled coloured patches and a pinwheel murrina all cased within clear crystal, diameter 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £4000 - £6000

740 Fulvio Bianconi - Venini - An Italian Murano Spicchi glass vase circa 1953, of tapering form with flared lip, decorated with incalmo bands in clear, pale blue, pink and amethyst, three line acid mark, height 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1000 - £1500

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743 742 Tapio Wirkkala - Iittala - A post war Kalvolan Kanto or tree stump clear crystal glass vase, of sleeve form with organic pillar moulded decoration and polished finish, engraved signature, height 14cm. £60 - £80 743 Karen Strand for A. Dragsted A Danish Sterling silver necklace designed as a series of sixteen stylised lyre shaped links united with hoops links and terminating in concealed tongue and box clasp, together with a pair of matching screw back pendant earrings circa 1956, stamped A D, Denmark, Sterling. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

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741 Ercole Barovier - Barovier and Toso - An Italian Murano Pezzo Unico Di Prova glass vase circa 1956, of squared form with squared neck, decorated with blue and opal whiplash trailing over a clear crystal ground with gold aventurine inclusions, engraved signature, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £3000 - £5000

744 744 David Andersen - A Norwegian Sterling silver panel brooch of rectangular outline with enamel decoration of fourteen lozenge shaped burnt orange motifs against a black and white ground, stamped with makers mark, 925S Norway Sterling. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

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748 Knud V Anderson - Anton Michelsen - A 1950s Danish Sterling Silver modernist starburst pendant, of circular concave outline, the matt bark effect molten ground interspersed with polished rod rays, stamped to reverse KVA with AM cipher and crown above, Denmark 925S. £70 - £100

752 Anne-Marie Odegaard - Porsgrunds Porcelain Factory - A 1970s Norwegian pendant, the porcelain ball with gilt decoration suspended from a sterling silver chain, stamped Norway Sterling 925 S and anchor for Porsgrunds. £50 - £80

745 745 Georg Jensen - A pair of Danish Sterling silver cufflinks of circular outline decorated with a horses head in relief, design number 63, post 1945 Jensen stamps, Denmark 925S. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

746 746 Georg Jensen - A Danish Sterling silver charm bangle, the concave hoop inset with a series of rings for suspending charms, design number 117, stamped with post 1945 Jensen marks, Sterling Denmark. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

747 747 Bernard Meldahl - A mid Century Norwegian silver gilt and guilloche enamelled panel link bracelet, eight panels each enamelled in a deep royal blue enamel with diamond pattern, concealed tongue and box clasp, length 16cm, stamped with makers initials, 925S and the letter N. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

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751 Unknown - A 1970s hallmarked silver pendant, oval aventurine quartz cabochon within a pierced and engraved border, Birmingham 1974, and another Scottish example with facet cut smoky quartz within a pierced geometric border, Edinburgh 1979. (2). £60 - £90

749 749 Nanna and Jorgen Ditzel for Georg Jensen - A 1950s Danish sterling silver ‘Oyster’ pendant, number 328 stamped ‘NJ’, post war Georg Jensen mark , 925S Denmark. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

753 John L Lauritzen - A 1960s Danish Sterling silver ring modelled with swirling scrolls centred by a flower head, bossed shoulders to a plain tapering band, stamped, an associated example inset with a jasper cabochon to scrolled shoulders, stamped 830S FH and another chalcedony example. (3). £60 - £90 754 Nils Erik From - Two 1960s Danish Sterling silver rings, one set with a tigers eye cabochon and another by John L Lauritzen with oval banded agate panel, each stamped with makers marks. (3). £60 - £90 755 Hermann Siersbol - A 1960s Danish Sterling silver brooch, the scrolled stylized stem with oval leaves, stamped with makers mark and another asymmetric example by Nils Erik From, stamped. (2). £60 - £90

750 750 Unknown - A 1970s hallmarked silver modernist pendant, circular pierced panel with a collage of molten silver bordered by applied textured and polished silver panels, below an elongated pendant fitting, Birmingham 1977, ASF and another pear shaped textured example, London 1974, NPG. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90

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756 Unknown - A 1990s hallmarked silver abstract brooch with zigzag and swirl decoration, Sheffield 1991, DJM, together with three other Mexican silver brooches. (4). £50 - £80 757 Alfredo Villasana - A 1950s Mexican silver panel brooch with applied strapwork decoration, stamped and another pendant brooch designed as an oval coil, stamped, S/D. (2). £60 - £90


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766 758 Auran Kultaseppä Oy - A large Finnish silver heart shaped pendant with central circular facet cut smoky quartz and another smaller pear shaped example, stamped with manufacturers marks, another associated example and an stone set bangle, Finland 1978. (4). £80 - £120

767 762 Briglin Pottery - A post war studio pottery hand thrown footed jug with applioed textured decoration, impressed to the belly BRIGLIN and detailed with white glaze, painted BP and AA to the base, height 11cm, together with a footed pot also painted BP and AA, height 11cm. £80 - £120

759 Albert Scharning - A pair of Norwegian white guilloche enamelled curled leaf shaped clip earrings, stamped, a pair of David Andersen examples and another yellow enamelled Danish set. (6). £40 - £60 760 Lysgards Design - A 1970s Danish pewter modernist pendant with a series circular hoops inset with roundels of brown enamel suspended from a heavy link chain, stamped, an amethyst pendant and two other modernist examples. (4). £80 - £120 761 Marianne de Trey - A studio pottery table lamp of rounded square form decorated to each side with stylised flowers in tones of brown against an off white ground, impressed shell seal mark, height 25cm (excluding fittings). £50 - £80

763 763 Alan Wallwork - A stoneware ‘Fossil’ bowl of high sided form with a textured edge rim, the whole glazed in stone with lavender and blue highlights to the central well, incised W mark, diameter 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 764 Robert Fournier - A studio pottery hand built stoneware ‘Pebble’ vessel of flattened ovoid form decorated with textured splash glazes, incised seal mark, height 10cm. £50 - £80

768 765 St Ives - Three post war vases each of ovoid form with a squat collar neck, each decorated with brown brush stroke decoration in the style of Bernard Leach, impressed seal marks to each, tallest 9.5cm. £150 - £200 766 3 Henry Cliffe (1919-1983) - ‘Evening Raga’ from the Music Suite, lithograph printed in colours, signed, numbered 45/50 and dated 64 in pencil, framed, 73cm x 46cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 767 3 Henry Cliffe (1919-1983) - ‘Jukebox, blue version, from the music suite’, lithograph printed in colours, signed, numbered 12/50 and dated 64 in pencil, framed, 71cm x 42cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 768 3 Henry Cliffe (1919-1983) - ‘Jukebox red version, from the music suite’, lithograph printed in colours, signed, numbered 20/50 and dated 64 in pencil, framed, 46cm x 69cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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769 Isabel Echarri (B. 1929) - Abstract Forms, pressed paper and string collage, signed in pencil, numbered 20/37, framed, 51cm x 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 770 In the manner of Heppenstall - A double door sideboard of small proportions, with marquetry line inlaid borders and fitted with two frieze drawers, raised to tapered legs, unlabelled, height 92cm and width 84cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180

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773 Unknown, probably Danish - A teak and green marble effect laminated drop leaf desk or table of cantilever design, unlabelled, width 118cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 774 Barbara Brown - Heals - Five framed panels of fabric comprising one in Circuit, two in Galleria (one in red, one in green) and two in Frequency, stretched, largest 111cm x 81cm (5). ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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775 775 After Joan Miro (1893-1983) ‘Untitled’, lithograph, signed in the stone, published by Grafica Contemoranea, Milan, 1974, framed, 20cm x 39cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 776 3 Sir William Russell Flint (18801969) - Figures in a cottage interior, drypoint, signed and numbered XVIII in ink, framed, 17cm x 23cm. £300 - £400 777 Heinz Theo Dietz - A post war German studio pottery stein decorated with an incised stylised bird against a mottled brown ground with a stainless steel lid, incised V mark, height 14.5cm. £60 - £80

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781 Ercol - Four blonde elm and beech Windsor lattice or 'candlestick' dining chairs, model 376, together with a model 382 dining table of rounded rectangular form on square tapered legs, height 72cm, length 152cm and width 76cm. (5) £150 - £200

783 Unknown, probably British - A teak 'Long Tom' style sideboard, fitted with an arrangement of six oak-lined drawers and three cupboard doors, raised to tapered legs, apparently un-labelled, height 75cm, width 229cm and depth 46cm, S/D. £300 - £500

780 Ercol - A 'Windsor' blonde elm and beech sideboard, model 468, fitted with an arrangement of three doors above two drawers, fitted with an internal cutlery drawer, raised on swivel castors, height 76cm and width 130cm. £100 - £150

782 Ercol - A 'Windsor' blonde elm and beech sideboard, model 468, fitted with an arrangement of three doors above two drawers, fitted with an internal cutlery drawer, raised on swivel castors, height 76cm and width 130cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

784 Robert Heal for Staples Ltd - A Ladderax teak modular wall system, comprising fall front cabinet, a sliding double door cabinet, a single drawer shelf, a chest of drawers and shelving, all supported by four blackened steel tubular supports. £300 - £500

778 Klotilde Giefer-Bahn - A post war German studio pottery cylindrical jar and cover decorated in the round with incised stylised birds and foliage against a mottled blue and brown ground, incised mark, height 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

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785 David Bowie - A complete three volume catalogue for the Sotheby's 'Bowie/Collector' auction, held 10th and 11th November 2016 £60 - £80 786 Porsche Design - A pair of circa 1980s Carrera folding sunglasses, model number 5626 complete with original leather case. £60 - £80

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787 Max Rene - Jacob Jensen - A Classic series wrist watch model 520 number in light titanium with a soft silicon strap. N.B - In 1986 this watch was included in the Museum of Modern Arts permanent collection. £80 - £120 788 Mart v.Schijndel and Iwan Bulo Bulo Design - A large later 20th Century glass vase of abstract form constructed from, angular flat panels of glass, retains original label, height 50cm. £100 - £150

789 Unknown - A circa 1980s plaster head of abstract form with a cream painted finish with splatter effect, unmarked, height 31cm. £50 - £80 790 Gilbert and George (Contemporary) - ‘Dirty Words Pictures’, an exhibition poster for the Serpentine Gallery, 6 June - 1 September, 2002, signed in ink by both artists, unframed, 99cm x 69.5cm. £80 - £120

791 Lucie Rie - A 1980s footed bowl with golden manganese glaze and rings of turquoise and charcoal black around a terracotta foot and well, impressed LR seal, diameter 18 to 19cm, height 8cm. Provenance: Purchased from Ludlow Antiques Auctions Ltd on 24th October 1995, lot 70. The sale included the contents of Wenlock Abbey and Bedfordshire Manor House and has since remained in a private collection. ILLUSTRATED. £6000 - £9000


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792 Iestyn Davies - Blowzone - A large later 20th Century sculpture with a textured steel base fitted with a highly polished steel screen with uplighting and decorated with three clear crystal angels with steel wings, height 158cm by width 110cm. ILLUSTRATED. £3000 - £5000

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799 793 Sarah Peterson - Caithness - A later 20th Century sand cast sculpture of circular form with off set circular aperture and abstract surface pattern over the internal purple and clear swirled ground, unsigned, height 16cm. £80 - £120 794 Julia Lindstead - A large bowl of footed conical form, in deep pink sandblasted and engraved in the Lily pattern with stemmed flowers and insects, engraved signature to the foot, height 16cm. £100 - £150 795 Bertil Vallien - Kosta Boda - A later 20th Century Satellite vase with clear crystal foot below a conical body decorated with yellow spotting over a blue mottled ground, original label, engraved signature, height 29cm. £80 - £120

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802 801 John Piper - Fulham Pottery - Two later 20th Century commemorative tankards, the first decorated with linear outlines of various vases and jugs with ‘Fulham Pots: 1671’ above, the second with a transfer applied linear scene of Venice, both with impressed marks and both height 12.5cm, both boxed. (2). £60 - £80

796 Vicke Lindstrand - Kosta - A later 20th Century Iceberg sculpture of domed form with a polished side engraved with two deer, partial label, engraved signature, height 14.5cm. £120 - £150 797 Bertil Vallien - Kosta Boda - A later 20th Century Satellite bottle vase of compressed shouldered form with a tall slender neck, cased in opal over clear crystal and decorated with ruby spots and whiplash lines, unmarked, height 28.5cm. £80 - £120 798 Bertil Vallien - Kosta Boda - A post war vase of rounded rectangular section decorated with random whiplash lines over a mottled purple iridescent ground, signed to the base, height 19cm. £120 - £150 799 John Piper - Fulham Pottery - Two 6.5in plastic clay tiles each decorated with a transfer applied image, printed signature, impressed mark. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

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800 800 John Piper - Fulham Pottery - Two later 20th Century commemorative tankards, the first decorated with linear outlines of various vases and jugs with ‘Fulham Pots: 1671’ above, the second with a transfer applied image of a bottle kiln, both with impressed marks and both height 12.5cm, one boxed. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

802 John Hoyland, RA (1934-2011) ‘Tiger’s Pupil’, etching, signed in pencil and dated ‘83, numbered 14/50, framed, 40cm x 33cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 803 Daniel (Walter) Bloor (1924-2016) ‘Head of a Woman’, gouache, signed, dated 1997 verso, framed, 46cm x 33cm also two still life pencil drawings by the same hand. (3). £120 - £180 804 Eileen Cooper, RA (b.1953) - ‘The Lemon Tree’, linocut, signed in pencil and dated 1992, numbered 35/35, framed, 38cm x 53cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180


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805 Elizabeth Cousins (Contemporary) - Fish and shells, ink and wax resist drawing, signed, framed. £60 - £90 806 Patrick Caufield (1963-2005) Salami, lithograph, signed in pencil, printers proof, framed, 84cm x 70cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 807 Joseph Charles Tilson RA (B.1928) - ‘Earth Earth Earth’, etching, signed in pencil and dated 1985, numbered 3/14, framed, 89cm x 95cm. £600 - £800

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808 David Remfry, MBE, RA (B.1942) ‘Linda Bee’, etching, singed in pencil, numbered 12/50, bears ‘Bohun Gallery, Henley on Thames’ label verso, framed, 46cm x 37cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 809 Patrick Procktor RA (1936-2003) ‘Peking’, etching with aquatint, signed and titled in the plate, printed to full sheet, no margins, framed, 44cm x 59cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £700

810 Storm Thorgeson (1944-2013) ‘Back Catalogue’, photo lithograph, signed and titled in pencil, artist’s proof, for Tony numbered 1/1, framed, 43cm x 67cm. £100 - £150 811 3 Richard Long (B. 1945) - ‘A Double Drawing of a Cornish Slate’, screenprint, signed in pencil and numbered 10/35, framed, 61cm x 109cm. £200 - £300

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808 812 3 John Hoyland (1934 - 2011) Untitled - blue circle on green, monotype, signed and dated ‘85, framed, 90cm x 81cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 813 3 John Hoyland (1934-2011) Untitled - triangle and diamond, monotype, framed, 90cm x 75.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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814 814 3 Bryan Ingham (1936-1997) - ‘In the Valley’, ink drawing, signed with initials and dated 1996, titled on label verso, framed, 32cm x 24cm also two other pen and ink drawings by the same hand. (3). ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350 815 Unknown - A ‘Saturn’ planet style table lamp, the opaque shade with three black, clear and mirrored hemispherical rings above a stepped black base, alterations and repairs, height 26cm. £80 - £120 816 Unknown - A chromium plated table lamp of mushroom form, height 42cm. £60 - £80 817 Victor Willis (1934-2004) ‘Bridgewater Bay - low tide and moon’, oil on board, signed also signed and titled to label verso, framed, 43cm x 54cm. £100 - £150

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821 818 3 Linda Sutton (B.1947) - ‘Lisa in Pisa’, ink and wash drawing, signed, bears ‘Fosse Gallery, Stow-on-the-Wold’ label verso, framed, 39cm x 26.5cm. £150 - £200

822 3 Mick Rooney, RA (B. 1944) ‘Mermaid Menagerie’, gouache and pastel drawing, signed with initials and dated ‘96, framed, 35cm x 55cm. £800 - £1200

819 3 Marysia Donaldson (FL. 19611989) - A still life with flowers in a jug and fruit bowl on a table top, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 68cm x 76cm. £300 - £400

823 Renata O. Fernandez-Zarauza (Contemporary) - ‘The Wonderful Donkey-Fish’, mixed media, signed and dated ‘99, framed. £100 - £150

820 Lydia Corbett a.k.a. Sylvette David (B.1934) - Sleeping Cat, oil on board, signed in both names, framed, 36cm x 45cm. £300 - £400

824 3 Linda Sutton (B.1947) - ‘Waiting for the Barbarians III’, oil on board, signed, inscribed on label verso, framed, 60cm x 54cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

821 3 Fred Yates (1922-2008) - A harbour scene with moored rowing boats’, oil on board, signed, framed, 35cm x 49cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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825 3 Linda Sutton (B.1947) - ‘The Fox’’, etching, signed and titled in pencil, numbered 9/50, framed, 59cm x 43cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90 826 Jack Shore (1922-2008) ‘Butterfly and Candlestick’, oil on board, signed, signed and titled verso, framed, 82cm x 79cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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829 3 Linda Sutton (B.1947) - Surreal dream, ink and wash drawing with collage, framed, 15cm x 11cm, and an etching by the same hand. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90

827 Lydia Corbett a.k.a. Sylvette David (B.1934) - Madonna and Child surrounded by animals, watercolour, signed in both names, framed, 49cm x 39cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

830 3 George Large, RI (B.1936) - Figures on a car ferry, watercolour, signed and dated ‘86, framed, 41cm x 48.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

828 Lydia Corbett a.k.a. Sylvette David (B.1934) - Mother and Child in a scene of domestic bliss, watercolour, signed in both names, framed, 49cm x 39cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350

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831 831 3 Edward Wolfe, RA (1897-1982) - ‘Song of Songs’, a set of twelve photolithographs on metallic silver paper, each numbered 161/250 and signed in pencil, published by The Senecio Press, 1981, each 36cm x 26cm presented in green cloth protective case. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

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832 3 Julian Trevelyan, RA (1910-1988) ‘Camel Corps’, etching with aquatint, signed, titled and numbered 193/250 in pencil, published 1972, framed, 35cm x 48cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 833 Sally Moore (B.1962) - ‘House of Cards’, oil on panel, bears ‘Martin Tinney Gallery, Cardiff’ label verso dated 1998, framed, 51cm x 43cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £700 834 3 Frank Martin (1921-2005) - ‘Nude sunbather’, pencil and coloured crayon drawing, signed, framed. ILLUSTRATED. £1500 - £2000

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835 3 David Hamilton (Contemporary) ‘The Lovers’, lithograph, signed in pencil and dated ‘82, framed, 42cm x 43cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 836 Elizabeth Keys (Contemporary) Yellow sphere, oil on board, signed verso, framed, 50cm x 45cm. £150 - £200 837 Sunday B. Morning after Andy Warhol - Marilyn in pink and green, silk screen print, stamped verso, framed, 90cm x 90cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

839 838 John G. Boyd, RI, RGI (19402001) - ‘The Road to Glendaruel’, oil on board, signed, bears ‘Barclay Lennie Fine Art, Glasgow’ label verso, framed, 19cm x 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 839 3 Alexandra Gardner (B.1945) - ‘Red Shirt : Florians’, oil on canvas, signed, inscribed verso, bears ‘Portland Gallery, London’ label verso, exhibited at artLONDON 2001, 30cm x 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

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840 3 Joe Hargan, DA, PPAI, PAI (B.1952) - ‘ The Recital’, oil on canvas, signed, bears ‘The Contemporary Fine Art Gallery, Eton’ label verso, framed, 22cm x 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800 841 3 Richard Sorrell, RBA, NEAC, (B.1948) - ‘By the River’, oil on board, signed and dated 1989, titled verso, framed, 60cm x 44.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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845 842 Michel Henri (B.1928) - ‘Cote D’Azure’, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 45cm x 38cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800 843 3 Trevor Chamberlain, ROI, RSMA (B. 1933) ‘Clocking off at the mill, Oldham’, oil on artist’s board, signed also signed and inscribed verso, framed, 25.5cm x 36cm. £200 - £300 844 3 Roger Hampson (1925-1996) - ‘Gilnow Mill, Bolton’, oil on board, signed, framed, 17cm x 12.5cm. £400 - £600 842

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845 3 Patrick Procktor, RA (1936-2003) - ‘The Forbidden City, Peking’, watercolour, signed, bears ‘Redfern Gallery, London’ label verso,framed, 46cm x 61cm. In 1980 Procktor was given the honour of visiting China thus becoming the first Western artist to visit since the start of the Cultural Revolution in 1966. This visit culminated in The China Series, a set of eight aquatint’s regarded by many critics as Procktor’s finest graphic works. ILLUSTRATED. £3000 - £4000


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851 852 Torun Bulow-Hube for Georg Jensen - A 1990s Danish Sterling silver pendant ‘Whirl’, of circular outline with spiralled design, number 207, suspended from a two tone foxtail double chain, and a pair of matching earrings with push and post fittings, number 410, stamped with Jensen marks, Torun, 925S Denmark. (3). ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

846 Ludwig Mies van der Rohe - Knoll Associates A pair of contemporary Brno chairs with chromium plated flattened steel frames and sage green upholstery (2) N.B. These chairs are offered for sale as works of art. They may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason should not be used in a private dwelling. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 847 One Lux - A contemporary clear acrylic rolling book case, with 'Louis de Bernieres' label, height 70cm and width 52cm. £80 - £120

850 850 3 Dennis Gilbert (B.1922) - Figures relaxing in a city park, oil on artist’s board, signed, framed, 20cm x 26cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

848 Unknown - A table lamp in the French Art Deco style, with a circular base with graduated stepped chrome plated rods below a green stepped glass shade, height 65cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

851 Marco Bellini - Cassina, Italy - A pair of 412 Cab chairs, with tan coloured saddle leather zipped to the frames, bearing Cassina labels, S/D. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

849 Unknown - A contemporary desk or dressing table in maple veneer, with glass partition shelves and suspended cabinets below within a chromium plated frame and raised to castors, height 86cm and width 113cm, S/D. £150 - £200

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853 853 David Cleverly - A later 20th Century studio pottery model of a hare decorated in a treacle glaze sat on a domed base painted with corn shelves and the motto ‘The hare looks at the moon and grows wise’, unmarked, height 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180

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858 Bob Crooks - A contemporary Figaro bowl of footed circular form with a blue and pink spiral design rising to a wide flat pink rim, engraved signature, width 29cm. £100 - £150

854 854 David Frith - A later 20th Century studio pottery square dish raised to four hoop feet, the shaped top glazed in a speckled white with green spotting and a brown wave and linear design, twin seal mark, 37cm x 36cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 855 David Frith - A later 20th Century studio pottery shallow dish decorated with a white brush stroke line against a red ground with a brown tenmoku border edge, twin seal mark, diameter 32cm. £200 - £300

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856 Catherine Hough - A contemporary glass vase titled ‘Cell’ of triform, cased in clear crystal over a smoke grey interior, the exterior cut with panels of abstract honeycomb cuts with wave borders, height 33cm. N.B This piece was commission as a prototype in 2002. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 857 Bob Crooks - A contemporary Spirale incalmo decanter of compressed ovoid form with slender collar neck and tall spire form stopper, the body decorated with blue over a pink linear spiral base, engraved signature, height 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150

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859 Bob Crooks - A contemporary Glacier scent bottle decanter of ovoid form cased in clear crystal over green with crackle finish below a rough glass fragment stopper in pale lilac, signed, height 23cm. £80 - £120 860 Bob Crooks - A small contemporary Funtime scent bottle of footed spherical form in blue with a domed yellow and black stopper, engraved signature, height 15cm. £80 - £120 861 3 Frank Martin (1921-2005) - A glamour girl of the 1930s, watercolour, signed, framed, 29.5cm x 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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862 Bob Kane (1915-1998) - ‘Golden Batman’, lithograph, signed in ink and numbered 482/500, framed, 70cm x 52cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 863 Bob Dylan (B.1941) - ‘Lakeside Cabin’ - from The Drawn Blank Series, photolithograph, signed in pencil and numbered 231/295, published 2008 by Washington Green, framed, 46cm x 58cm together with the associated brochure and hardback volume to accompany the series. ILLUSTRATED. £1200 - £1500 864 Cattelan, Italy - A set of four leather side chairs with stitched seat and back panels above chromium plated square tubular frames, labelled 'Catlean, Italia'. (4) £150 - £200

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868 Unknown - A pair of Mexican silver clip earrings with stylised fan shape above collar set circular malachite, impressed marks to reverse. £40 - £60 869 Unknown - An Italian silver rectangular brooch of stylised form, length 5cm, impressed Giano, Italy to reverse. £30 - £40 870 Unknown - A silver circular brooch with twin leaf and spiral frond details, diameter 4cm, stamped silver to reverse. £30 - £50 871 Christy Keeney - Large Head - A large contemporary ceramic slab work bust of a head and shoulders with hand painted finish, incised signature to the reverse, height 49cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

863 865 Rolf Benz - A coffee table of square form, the glass upper tier signed to the corner, height 37cm and 80cm square. £150 - £200 866 Gubi - A 'Bestlite' adjustable desk lamp in a bronze effect finish. £100 - £150

867 Mary and Jacques Regat - ‘Celebrate Life’, an Alaskan bronze study of a Inuit mother and child to a turned wooden base, height 28cm with certificate and receipt dated 1991. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

872 Jill Crowley - Baby’s Hand - A large stone ware sculpture of a baby’s hand with incised detail and hand enamelled decoration, width 40cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1000 - £1500

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876 Peter Milton (B.1930) - ‘Stolen Moments’, etching with aquatint, signed in pencil and dated ‘86, numbered 73/175, framed, 76cm x 60cm. £800 - £1000

873 873 Seth Cardew - A stoneware studio pottery dish of shallow circular form hand painted with two stylised fish within a repeat panel border in tonal brown and blue over an oatmeal ground, impressed seal mark with Wenford Bridge mark, width 28.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 874 Jonathan Harris - A contemporary collectors club studio glass paperweight, cased in silver leaf over a mottled pastel coloured core, cut with stylised scrolling flowers, dated 2000, diameter 8cm. £80 - £120

877 Peter Milton (B.1930) - ‘Before the Hunt’, etching with aquatint, signed in pencil and dated ‘78, numbered 19/20, framed, 55cm x 98cm. £700 - £900

875 875 Peter Milton (B.1930) - ‘Time with Celia’, etching with aquatint, signed in pencil and dated ‘86, numbered 73/175, framed, 76cm x 60cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £700

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878 3 Victor Pasmore (1908-1998) - ‘Untitled diptych’, etching with aquatint, pulished 1979, signed with monogram in pencil, numbered 247/400, bears ‘Goldmark Gallery, Uppingham, Rutland’ label verso, bears 2RC Edizioni d’arte, Rome blind stamp, framed, each print 32cm x 29cm This image was used on the cover of ‘Victor Pasmore: With a Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings, Constructions and Graphics 1926-1979’, Thames and Hudson 1980. ILLUSTRATED. £1000 - £1500


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879 Oona Grimes (B.1957) - Three Studies from the Disturbed Earth Series, 2002, hand tinted etchings, framed as one, each 20cm x 15cm. £300 - £400 880 Wilfred Lang (B.1954) - Abstract Forms with Vertical Stripes, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 76.5cm x 182cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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881 3 Jonathan Armigel Wade (B.1960) ‘Happy Digs’, oil on board, signed also signed, titled and dated 1999 verso, framed, 63.5cm x 45.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £700 - £1000

882 Philip Maltman (B.1950) - ‘On the Folding Waves’, oil on card, signed and dated 2000, framed,. £100 - £150

884 883 Robert Hardy (Contemporary) ‘Piccadilly Circus’, oil on board, signed and dated 2012, framed, 39.5cm x 29cm. £250 - £350 884 Steve Vicary (B.1957) - ‘The Games People Play - Version 1’, screenprint, signed in ink, artist’s proof, framed, 43cm x 65cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 885 Michael Harris - Isle of Wight - A later 20th Century Seascape glass vase circa 1985, of tapering form, decorated with veined blue patches over an opal and aventurine ground, original label, height 13cm. £150 - £200 886 Michael Harris - Isle of Wight - A later 20th Century Nightscape Lollipop glass vase of compressed globe and shaft form, decorated with petrol iridescent trails over a pale blue ground, original label, signed by Michael Harris, height 22.5cm. £500 - £800

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887 Michael and Elizabeth Harris - Isle of Wight - A later 20th Century New Kyoto glass vase of globular form with flat rim, with mottled opal decoration within a clear crystal ground, signed by Timothy Harris, height 21cm. £100 - £150 888 Michael Harris and William Walker - Isle of Wight - A large later 20th Century US export Pink Azurene vase, of cylinder form decorated with gold and silver leaf over a pink ground, Flame pontil mark, numbered 17/50, signed by Michael Harris, height 31cm. £300 - £500 889 Michael Harris - Isle of Wight - A later 20th Century Seascape glass vase of footed rectangular form, decorated with veined blue patches over a opal and aventurine ground, original label, signed by Michael Harris, height 13.5cm. £200 - £300 890 Michael Harris - Isle of Wight - A later 20th Century Seaward glass bowl, of shallow stepped form, decorated with ochre spotting over a blue and green ground, coachbolt pontil mark, signed by Michael Harris, diameter 20.5cm. £120 - £150

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902 Michael Harris and William Walker - Isle of Wight - A later 20th Century Black Azurene glass vase of globular form, decorated with gold and silver leaf over an ink blue ground, signed by Michael Harris, height 7cm. £80 - £120

891 Michael Harris - Isle of Wight - A later 20th Century Tortoiseshell glass bowl of straight sided form, decorated with ochre and cinnamon spiral bands, coachbolt pontil mark, signed by Michael Harris, diameter 14cm. £80 - £120 892 Isle of Wight - A later 20th Century Archive glass vase of sleeve form, decorated with pulled blue trails, original label, engraved signature, height 8.5cm. £100 - £150

903 Michael Harris - Isle of Wight - A later 20th Century Archive Tortoiseshell Attenuated Bottle vase of slender form with flat rim, decorated with ochre and cinnamon bands, original label, signed by Michael Harris, height 40cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

893 Michael Harris - Isle of Wight - A later 20th Century Seaward glass vase of sleeve form, decorated with ochre spotting over a green and blue striped ground, coachbolt pontil mark, signed by Michael Harris, height 13cm. £200 - £300 894 Michael Harris - Isle of Wight - A large later 20th Century Aurene Bell vase of sleeve form, decorated with iridescent trails over a blue and cinnamon ground, Flame pontil mark, signed by Michael Harris, height 21cm. £300 - £500 895 Michael Harris - Mdina - A later 20th Century Textured Bottle glass vase, of rectangular form with collar neck, with textured decoration to a graduated amethyst ground, height 21cm. £80 - £120 896 Michael Harris - Isle of Wight - A large later 20th Century Archive Aurene Attenuated Bottle glass vase of slender form with flat rim, decorated with iridescent spiral line over a graduated blue to cinnamon ground, original label, engraved signature, height 47cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

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900 Michael Harris - Isle of Wight - A later 20th Century Nightscape glass vase of sleeve form, decorated with iridescent trails over a pale blue ground, original label, signed by Michael Harris, height 16.5cm. £200 - £300

898 Michael Harris - Isle of Wight - A larger later 20th Century Blue and White Swirls Attenuated Bottle vase of slender form with wide rim, decorated with blue and white streaks, signed by Michael Harris, height 37cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350

901 Michael Harris - Isle of Wight - A large later 20th Century Aurene Attenuated Bottle vase of slender form with flat rim, decorated with iridescent trails over a graduated cinnamon to blue ground,, unmarked, height 40cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

899 Timothy Harris - Isle of Wight - A later 20th Century Archive Firecracker vase of footed sleeve form, decorated with gold leaf over a red ground, signed by Timothy Harris, height 9cm. £80 - £120

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904 Timothy Harris - Isle of Wight - A later 20th Century Archive Golden Rain glass scent bottle of squared form with ball stopper, decorated with gold aventurine over a red and ink amethyst ground, signed by Timothy Harris, height 10cm. £60 - £80 905 Michael Harris and William Walker - Isle of Wight - A later 20th Century Turquoise Azurene glass vase of globular form, decorated with gold and silver leaf over a pale blue ground, original label, height 9.5cm. £50 - £80 906 Michael Harris - Isle of Wight - A large later 20th Century Sun and Moon vase of compressed form, decorated with blue, opal and red trails below a gold leaf moon with a gold leaf sun to the opposing side all over a combed cinnamon ground, engraved signature, height 30.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200


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907 Jonathan Harris - Isle of Wight - A large later 20th Century Archive Renaissance Bell vase of sleeve form with applied white rim, decorated with black scrolling motifs over a opal and aventurine ground, engraved signature, height 22.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 908 Michael Harris - Isle of Wight - A large later 20th century Nightscape glass vase of globular form with flat rim, decorated with iridescent trails over a blue green ground, signed by Michael Harris, height 26cm. £400 - £600 909 Michael Harris - Isle of Wight - A large later 20th Century Seascape Bell vase of sleeve form, decorated with veined blue and green patches over an opal and aventurine ground, original label, signed by Michael Harris, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

910 Timothy and Jonathan Harris - Isle of Wight - A later 20th limited edition Day Undercliff vase, the clear crystal foot rising to a large ovoid bowl with applied blue lip decorated with a stylised tree landscape, original label, numbered 3/50, dated 1999, signed by Timothy Harris, height 19.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 911 Timothy Harris - Isle of Wight - A later 20th Century British Museum glass vase of footed flared form with fluted moulding, decorated petrol iridescence over a deep blue ground, dated 1998, signed by Timothy Harris, height 25.5cm. £200 - £300 912 Peter Layton - A contemporary studio glass vase of compressed form internally decorated with tonal blue swirls heavily cased in clear crystal, dated 2007, engraved signature, height 17.5cm. £200 - £300

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920 Finn Fellings Oy - A 1990s Scandinavian Sterling silver ring with stylised foliate head collar set with a facet cut gemstone to a plain tapering expandable band and another two associated examples. (3). £60 - £90 921 Unknown - A 1980s Mexican Sterling silver necklet, designed as eighteen panels of four curved barrs in parallel arrangement joined by hoop links and terminating with a tongue and box clasp, stamped. £80 - £120

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913 Peter Layton - A contemporary Chalcedony glass vase of compressed sleeve form, decorated with pulled red and ochre trails over a deep blue ground, engraved signature, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

916 Vic Bamforth - A contemporary Jazz Cool Cat vase of swollen sleeve form, internally painted with a three piece jazz band over a yellow ground cased in clear crystal, dated 2006, engraved signature, height 38cm. £800 - £1200

918 Michael Harris - Isle of Wight - A later 20th Century Maximal glass figure in the form of a stylised snail decorated in the Black Azurene pattern, length 9.5cm, together with another example in the form of a mouse, height 9cm. (2). £60 - £80

914 Vic Bamforth - A contemporary studio glass Sea Perch and Ricard vase, of squared bottle form with collar neck, internally painted with fish, fruit and olive oil bottles over an opal ground cased in clear crystal, dated 2006, engraved signature, height 36cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

917 Massimo Micheluzzi - Murano - A large contemporary glass Battuto Vessel of compressed tapering form with attenuated neck, of fused murrine cane construction in deep reds and pale blue with rows of battuto cutting, dated 2004, engraved signature, height 46cm.

919 Michael Harris and William Walker - Isle of Wight - A set of four Black Azurene glass vases made for the 1979 Design Council Award, each of varying sleeve form and decorated with gold and silver leaf over an ink blue ground, The Design Council and original labels, all signed by Michael Harris, heights 8cm, 13cm, 18.5cm and 23cm. (4). £500 - £800

915 Vic Bamforth - A contemporary Tuna in a Tin vase of cylinder form internally painted with tins of tuna over an opal ground cased in clear crystal, dated 2006, engraved signature, height 25.5cm. £500 - £800

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N.B. Massimo Micheluzzi is a contemporary artist using traditional Muranese methods and was introduced to glass through the Venini family. His work is now exhibited internationally. ILLUSTRATED. £2000 - £3000

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922 922 Zoltan Popvitz - Lapponia - A 1980s Finnish silver abstract ring, the shaped rectangular head with jagged edge and inset with ebony to a plain tapering band, stamped Lapponia, 925. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90 923 Henry Eccleston, OBE (19232010) - Open Hearth Furnace, Bilston 1981, etching with aquatint, signed and titled in pencil, numbered 4/70, framed, 25cm x 35.5cm, also 5 companions depicting scenes of the Stewarts and Lloyds steelworks, Bilston. (6). £250 - £300


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924 3 Knighton Hosking (contemporary) Black square, charcoal and collage, signed and dated 1978 on label verso, framed, 82cm x 59cm. £80 - £120 925 Adriana Dall Valentina - Vetreria Bisanzio - A unique Italian Murano glass sculpture circa 2009 modelled as curved tapered spike forms internally decorated with fine mezza filigrana work beneath tonal ruby, amber and green casement, mounted to a black circular glass base, engraved signature, dated 2009, complete with original paperwork, height 46cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

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926 Vera Walther - A later 20th Century German glass vase of footed conical form with wide flat rim, decorated with stylised flowers over a pale ochre ground, original label and engraved signature, height 14cm. £50 - £80

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927 Modern British School - Grotesque head, oil on board, unframed, 184cm x 122cm, also two other similar portraits. (3). ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 928 Tom Millard - A contemporary ceramic sculpture of slender column form with a circular aperture to the upper section, all detailed with a tonal blue glaze wash over the white porcelain ground, impressed mark, applied to a black base then signed, height 52cm £100 - £150 929 Tom Millard - A contemporary ceramic sculpture entitled Aviator Series modelled as a face with flying goggles and hat, picked out in a tonal blue glaze over white porcelain ground and mounted to a black wooden base, signed in gold to the underside, height 28cm. £100 - £150


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930 Ercol - A nest of three blonde elm and beech 'Pebble' occasional tables on splayed legs, bearing labels, the largest table height 40cm and width 65cm. (3). ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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Commission bids are left at the bidders own risk. Neither Fieldings auctioneers Limited nor their representatives shall be responsible for any errors in executing such bids For further information please refer to Conditions of absentee Bidding and the terms and Conditions of Business at the rear of this catalogue Buyers Premium 24% Vat inclusive storage charges of £5 per lot per day apply after 14 days 127


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Fieldings Auctioneers Limited Terms and Conditions of Business The Company provides the services of auctioneers subject to these Conditions (which can only be varied in writing where signed by a director of the Company).

Buyers 1. These conditions, together with any additional conditions appearing in the catalogue, are the terms and conditions subject to which Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd. (The Auctioneers) as agents for the vendor shall sell goods to the purchaser (The Bidder) and all other conditions, whether express, or implied at common law, or by statute, as are capable of lawful exclusion are hereby excluded. By participating in this sale all vendors and purchasers agree to be bound by these conditions and are deemed to have read and have full knowledge of them. 2. The highest bidder shall be the buyer at the hammer price except in the case of a dispute. If during the auction the auctioneer considers that a dispute has arisen, he has absolute discretion to settle it or to re-offer the lot. 3. The Auctioneers have the right to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots together or to withdraw any lot or lots from sale, regulate the bidding, refuse bids or cancel the sale without giving any notice or reason whatsoever. 4. The Auctioneers have the right at their discretion to refuse entry to their premises or attendance at their auctions of any person. 5. Whilst The Auctioneers make every effort to ensure the accuracy of their catalogue and description of any lot they do not accept responsibility regarding authenticity, attribution, genuineness, origin, authorship, date, age, period, condition or quality of any lot. All goods are sold with faults and imperfections and errors of description. If they have been instructed in writing by the vendor to certify a lot. The Auctioneers do so as agents of the vendor and are not themselves responsible for such claims. All statements whether printed in the catalogue or made orally are statements of opinion and are not to be taken as being or implying any warranties or representations of fact. All Bidders should rely on their own judgment as to matters affecting any lot. 6. The Auctioneer shall only accept bids from the purchasers who have, to the auctioneers’ satisfaction, completed a registration form and obtained a bidding number. 7. Persons attending the auction site and premises do so at their own risk. Except in respect of death or personal injury caused by the Auctioneers’ negligence, the Auctioneers shall not be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur on the auction site or premises. 8. The bidder shall pay to the Auctioneer a premium of 24% VAT inclusive* on the hammer price. The Premium is NOT negotiable and is payable by ALL purchasers. Deposits for exceptional lots maybe requested by the auctioneer immediately at the fall of the hammer. The bidder also agrees that the auctioneers may also receive commission from the Vendor in accordance clause 20. 8a. In accordance with Money Laundering Regulations of 2017 Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd will no longer accept single cash payments exceeding £8,800 (€10,000). 8b. In accordance with Artists Resale Rights Regulations 2006 all lots marked 3 which sell for €1,000 or more are subject to a resale royalty charge (“Royalty”). This Royalty is payable by the Bidder. The Royalty will be charged at a rate of 4% of the total hammer price (exclusive of Bidder’s premium which is payable under clause 8a) for lots selling for amounts up to €50,000. For lots selling in excess of €50,001, the Royalty shall be calculated at a reduced rate (details available on request). The Royalty is not subject to VAT and is payable in sterling calculated on the day of sale at the prevailing rate of exchange. Payment shall be passed directly to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS) 33 Great Sutton Street, London EC1V 0DX. For further information please contact the Auctioneers or DACS on 0845 4103410 or visit their website at www.dacs.org.uk 9. Immediately after a lot is sold the Bidder shall: give to the Auctioneers his name and address, and, if requested, proof of identity; and pay to the Auctioneers, all sums due to the Vendor and the Auctioneers in respect of such lot. 10. In all cases lots shall remain at the risk of the Vendor save that lots shall be at the sole risk of the Bidder form the fall of the hammer, and such lots shall be taken away with all faults, defects and errors of description, of any nature whatsoever. Neither the Auctioneers, nor their servants or agents shall at any time be responsible for any loss or damage to lots whether caused by negligence or

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otherwise. No purchaser shall be entitled to remove any lot until he or she has paid for the whole of the lots purchased. 11. All lots shall be removed ON THE DAY OF THE SALE unless prior arrangement has been agreed with The Auctioneers. Items not collected shall be liable for storage charges at £5.00 per lot per day. Neither the Auctioneers nor any third party shall be responsible for any damage, theft or loss occurring during this period. All items stored by the Auctioneers shall be at the risk of the Bidder. 12. If the Bidder fails to comply with these conditions, any deposit paid by the Bidder shall be forfeited to the Vendor of the lot, he paying out of it all just expenses of the Auctioneers and the lot shall be resold by public auction or private sale and the deficiency (if any) arising upon the resale together with the expenses of it shall be due as a debt from the Bidder in default upon the first sale. 13. a) Ownership in each lot shall not pass to the Bidder until full payment has been made (in cleared funds) of all sums due to the Vendor and the Auctioneers pursuant to these Conditions. b). Until such time as ownership of the lot passes to the Bidder the Vendor and the Auctioneers shall be able to enter onto any premises of the Bidder, or any third party where the goods are being stored and repossess the goods or be entitled at any time to require the Bidder to deliver up the Goods to the Vendor and/or the Auctioneers. 14. Any payments by the Bidder to the Auctioneers may be applied by the Auctioneers towards any sum owing from the Bidder to the Auctioneers, without regard to any directions of the Bidder or his agent, whether express or implied as to how that payment should be applied.

Online Bidding Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd offer an online bidding service via the-saleroom.com for bidders who cannot attend the sale.

payable by the Bidder in accordance with clause 8 above. A “sale entry / internet marketing” charge of £6-00 (VAT inclusive) will be applied to all lots, sold or otherwise, on each sale offering. The auctioneers shall remit the proceeds of the sale to the Vendor (subject to the deduction of all sums i.e. commissions and charges, due from the Vendor to the Auctioneers) no later than four weeks after receiving payment in full from the Bidder. In the event of the lots remaining unsold the vendor shall be liable to pay the Auctioneer the above “sale entry / internet marketing” charge on each lot. 21. The Auctioneers do not undertake the collection of goods but shall however if desired instruct a contractor on the Vendors behalf and at his expense. The Auctioneers shall not be liable for any damage, loss, or unauthorised removal of goods and for any damage to premises by such contractors. 22. The Auctioneer shall not be liable for any lots delivered to their premises without sale instruction and reserve the right to make a housing charge, this charge is also applicable to lots that have been requested to be collected by the Auctioneers. If not removed within two working weeks the Auctioneers hold the right to sell the items in order to recover any costs incurred by them. 23. Unless instructed by accompanying written notice, all goods, which the Auctioneers deem to have no saleable value, will be disposed of at the Auctioneers discretion either to a charity or by consignment for destruction. 24. The Vendor will indemnify the Auctioneers, its servants and agents and the Bidder against any loss or damage suffered by either in consequence of any breach of clause 15 and/ or 16 above or otherwise of these Conditions on the part of the Vendor.

In completing the bidder registration on www.thesaleroom.com and providing your credit card details (and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd) you:

25. Any sums due, but unpaid, by the Vendor or the Bidder pursuant to these conditions shall carry interest (as well as after judgment) at the rate of 4% above Royal Bank of Scotland plc base rate from time to time from the due date until payment, such interest to be compounded monthly.

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authorise Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via the-saleroom.com, and confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd through www.the-saleroom.com and agree that Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale.

Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price

Vendors 15. The vendor warrants to the Auctioneer and to the Bidder that he/she is the true owner of the lot or is properly authorised to sell the lot by the true owner and is able to transfer the goods and marketable title to the lot free from any third party claims, liens or encumbrances. 16. The Vendor warrants to the Auctioneers and the Bidder that the goods as described and in particular as to the provenance and condition. The Vendor further warrants that any damage or non working parts have been fully declared to the Auctioneers and that the Vendor has provided the Auctioneers with all the information the Vendor has concerning the provenance of the property. 17. The Auctioneers act throughout as agents only and are not responsible for any default by either the Vendor or the Bidder. The Auctioneers shall not be liable for paying for paying the Vendor until they have received settlement in full (in cleared funds) of all sums due from the Bidder. 18. A vendor who enters a lot or lots for auction which are an asset of his/her business must disclose to the Auctioneers whether or not they are registered for Value Added Tax, at the current rate. 19. The vendor shall be entitled to place prior to the sale a reserve on any lot, being the minimum hammer price at which the said lot may be treated as sold. Where a reserve has been placed the auctioneer may bid on behalf of the vendor. 20. Commission shall be charged at a rate of 18% VAT inclusive* for sale entries, in each case, of the hammer price. Special rates are negotiable for large consignments of items. The Vendor hereby authorizes the Auctioneers to deduct all commission payable from the hammer price and acknowledges the Auctioneers right to retain the premium

• All lots marked with an asterisk (*) denote Value Added Tax at the current rate on the hammer price. • The word “style” within a lot description denotes that, in our opinion, the item is a more recent copy of a period item. • “S/D” after a description denotes “Slight Damage”. • “A/F” after a description denotes “As Found”. • “Bears name/signature” in our opinion possibly, but not necessarily, by the hand.

Paintings & Drawings: Catalogue Terms • Forename(s) and surname of the artist ~ in our opinion a work by the artist. (When the artist forename(s) is not known a series of asterisks with or without initials). • Initials of the forename(s) and the surname of the artist ~ in our opinion a work of the period of the artist which maybe in part or totally his work. • Surname of the artist only ~ in our opinion a work in the style of the artist, contemporary or nearly contemporary, not necessarily a pupil. • Attributed to ~ in our opinion probably a work by the artist. • Signed ~ in our opinion the signature of the artist. • After ~ in our opinion a copy of the artist. • “Bears name/signature” in our opinion possibly, but not necessarily, by the hand of the artist.

General Conditions 27. The Auctioneers shall be relieved of its contractual obligations to the extent that the performance thereof is prevented, frustrated, impeded or delayed directly or indirectly by or in consequence of any default by the buyer or vendor, statue, regulation or order of any government, council or other authority, riot, public disorder, strike, industrial dispute, lock out or other labour disturbance, storm, flood, explosion or other natural disaster or any other clause beyond the reasonable control of the Auctioneers. 28. These terms and conditions shall be interpreted in accordance with English Law and any dispute or action that may arise shall be dealt with in accordance with English Law in an English Court. *VAT payable at the current rate


Directions

From the North & East From Junction 3 of the M5 follow A456/A491 for Stourbridge, from Stourbridge ring road take the A491 north, Mill Race Lane is the first right after the junction.

From the South From Junction 4 of the M5 follow the A491 for Stourbridge, from Stourbridge ring road take the A491 north, Mill Race Lane is the first right after the junction.

By Rail From Birmingham Snow Hill and Worcester to Stourbridge Town, via Stourbridge Junction. Approximately 15 minutes walk from the station.

Forthcoming Sale Dates Saturday 10th November – The November Sale Saturday 1st December – Silver & Jewellery

Conditions of Absentee Bidding

All successful bids are subject to a charge of 24% (VAT inclusive) buyers premium on the hammer price.

Fieldings Auctioneers execute bids as a convenience. Whilst every care is taken in carrying out bids, neither Fieldings Auctioneers nor their staff can be held responsible for any errors made or failure to execute bids.

Reference and bidding slips should arrive 24 hours prior to the day of sale.

You may permit the auctioneer to increase your bid by one increment to secure the sale on your behalf by indicating “plus one” after your bid amount. If you do not wish us to exceed the figure noted, please mark your bid “maximum”.

In the event that two identical commission bids are received, the bid that was received first will prevail.

If you leave an odd bid, the auctioneer reserves the right to increase your bid to the next highest figure.

Your attention is drawn to the terms and conditions of business of Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd.


Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd Mill Race Lane Stourbridge West Midlands DY8 1JN

T: 01384 444 140

www.fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk Reg No. 4261506

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Decades of Design and Clarice Cliff | Saturday 20th October 2018

Fieldings Auctioneers  

Decades of Design and Clarice Cliff | Saturday 20th October 2018