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FINE & DECORATIVE ARTS Friday 9th & Saturday 10th July 2021



FINE AND DECORATIVE ARTS To be held at: 10-12 Cotswold Business Village, London Road, Moreton-in-Marsh GL56 0JQ FRIDAY 9TH JULY SATURDAY 10TH JULY Day of the Sale Auction scheduled to start at 10am with live bidding on internet bidding platforms; telephone bids and commission bids will also be accepted. You will need to be registered before the sale. FACE MASKS ARE MANDATORY FOR VIEWING AND ROOM BIDDERS

SPECIALISTS

George Kingham

John Keightley

Allison White

Adrian Rathbone

Director

Associate Director Senior Valuer and Cataloguer

Auctioneer, Valuer and Photographer

Associate Director

Mark Oliver

Geoff Shepherd

Steven Bruce

Consultant Decorative Arts Specialist

Associate Director Office Manager

Consultant Value

David Pregun Jewellery and Watches

Live internet bidding is available on www.the-saleroom.com, www.invaluable.com, www.easyliveauction.com, www.liveauctioneers.com and www.drouot.com together with fully illustrated catalogue. Catalogue £10.00 (£12.00 by post)

Kinghams Auctioneers Ltd 10-12 Cotswold Business Village, London Road, Moreton-in-Marsh GL56 0JQ NB. Please telephone to arrange collection. Telephone: 01608 695695 Email: enquiries@kinghamsauctioneers.com Website: www.kinghamsauctioneers.com


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MAP AND DIRECTIONS Our auction site is based in the market town of Moreton-in-Marsh on the edge of the Cotswolds. By Car We are centrally located on the A44 in reach of motorways the M5, M4, M40 and M42

By Rail Moreton-in-Marsh’s train station is less than a mile from the auction site

By Plane The nearest International Airports are Birmingham, 45 miles and Heathrow, 70 miles

Accommodation www.cotswolds.com/accommodation

DELIVERY SERVICES FOR BUYERS We offer an in house packing service for most items and paintings up to 110cm x 80cm. Please email enquiries@kinghamsauctioneers.com for a quote or call 01608 695695 for a quotation. For Furniture: Stephen Morris Shipping PLC, 9 Ockham Drive Greenford, London, UB6 0FD Tel: 02088 322222


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USEFUL INFORMATION FOR BUYERS Please see full Terms and Conditions at the back of this catalogue.

Buying at Kinghams Auctioneers Ltd:

Condition

There are several ways you can bid at our auctions; in person, by leaving a commission bid, on the telephone and live via the internet.

Bidders must satisfy themselves as to the condition of each lot. Condition reports are available on request. (no later that 48 hours before the sale).

Bidding in Person

Buyer’s Premium

It is essential that all prospective buyers register with us prior to the auction. Proof of identification will be required in order for a bidding number to be allocated which can then be used when bidding for an item.

There is a buyer’s premium of 23% plus VAT on the first £500,000 of the hammer price of each lot. 18% plus VAT on the excess of £500,001 and up to £1,000,000 of the hammer price of each lot, and 15% plus VAT on the excess of £1,000,001 of the hammer price of each lot.

Commission Bids Kinghams will execute bids if you are unable to attend the sale. Bids can be left with our staff during or after viewing, or in advance by telephone or e-mail: enquiries@kinghamsauctioneers.com

Telephone Bids Lines must be booked by 5pm the day before the auction begins. Lines are booked on a first come first served basis. Full name, address and telephone numbers will be required together with proof of identity. Bank and/or credit/debit card details are necessary to secure the line.

Live Internet Bidding Register online via www.the-saleroom.com, www.invaluable.com, www.easyliveauction.com, www.liveauctioneers.com and www.drouotonline.com. Various charges apply, please check with your bidding platform.

Payment Must be made in full before items can be removed from the premises. If buyers are unknown to us, we cannot handover purchases until payment has been cleared. Payment Methods - We accept payment by: • Cash - up to £9,000 (subject to money laundering regulations). • Cheques - following 5 working days clearance. • Debit/Credit Cards - American Express or Diners Club not accepted. We accept maxiumum payments of £500 on credit card. • Bank transfer to: HSBC Bank, 32 Bridge St., Evesham, WR11 4RU Account No.: 51655345 Account Name: Kinghams Auctioneers Ltd Sort Code: 40-20-27 IBAN: GB91MIDL40202751655345 SWIFTBIC: MIDLGB22 Please note that a fee of £15 will be added for international bank payments.


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CONTENTS DAY 1 Silver

1 – 157

Jewellery and Watches

158 – 197

Coins

198 – 205

Pictures

206 – 351

DAY 2 Glass

352 – 371

Continental Ceramics

372 – 388

British Ceramics

389 – 408

Art Pottery

409 – 496

Oriental

497 – 532

Books and Prints

533 – 543

Ivory

544 – 573

Works of Art

574 – 632

Furniture and Clocks

633 – 674


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SILVER 1. A Japanese silver and parcel gilt compact, circular form, chased and engraved with central flower and butterflies, signed with a seal mark to the back, 10.5cm diameter, 5.89ozt £250 - £350

4. A Japanese silver and parcel gilt cigarette box, cuboid form, chased and engraved with chrysanthemum and prunus, signed, 9.5cm x 9cm, 4.44ozt £250 - £350

2. A Japanese engraved silver box, cuboid form, decorated with a bird in a watery landscape of flowers, on a stipple textured ground, cedar lined, in a pine outer box, 10.5cm 5cm high, 9cm deep £500 - £800

5. A Chinese white metal box, circa 1900, hexagonal section, embossed with panels of prunus branches, 6.5cm high, 4.40ozt £120 - £180

3. A Japanese silver, mixed metal and rattan miniature chest, circa 1900, cuboid form, the double doors etched and applied with storks and pine trees overlaid in copper and enamel, opening to reveal three graduated lacquer drawers, the sides and tops set with silver and copper fan, scroll and rectangular panels of peony chrysanthemums, pine and bamboo motifs, on a bracket base, 11cm wide, 13cm high, 9.5cm deep £600 - £800

6. A Japanese silver engraved jewellery box, Yoshiharu circa 1900, cuboid form, the lid decorated in mixed metal with a cart laden with flowers, opening to reveal a velvet lined and ebonised interior with tray, signed, 15.5cm wide, 6.5cm high, 10cm deep £1,000 - £1,500

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7 7. A Japanese silver filigree, jewelled and enamelled tea caddy, Austrian import marks, Meiji, quatrelobed and decorated with alternating panels of bamboo and irises, between turquoise and carnelian cabochon set borders, the lid with lotus flowers in purple and yellow enamel, spherical finial, gilt interior, 16.5cm high, 14.73ozt £2,000 - £3,000 8. A pair of Chinese silver salt cellars, circa 1900, double walled ogee bowl form, embossed in relief with a dragon chasing a pearl, on three foliate and paw feet, stamped marks, 5.5cm diameter, 1.70ozt (2) £80 - £120

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9. A Japanese silver lighter, circa 1930s, cuboid form with hinged lid, engraved with chrysanthemums to each side, 6cm long £150 - £200

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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15. A Persian white metal box, probably Kutch, 19th century, chased with foliate carpet ground within plain bordered ogee leaf cartouches, hinged lid and gilt interior, 13cm long, 3.5cm high, 8cm deep, 8.74ozt £150 - £250 16. A Persian white metal jug, probably Kutch, 19th century, chased with ogee petal arches and teardrop motifs on a heavily foliated scroll ground, zoomorphic scaled handle, gilt interior, 12cm long, 4.44ozt £250 - £350 17. A collection of white metal and Persian silver including filigree topped box, Old Sheffield Plate snuff box, two embossed pin dishes, Chinese pill box etc. (8) £200 - £250

10 10. A Chinese Export silver three-footed box, Cum Wo, Hing Kong circa 1900, circular form, the hinged lid embossed with a coiled dragon, gilt interior, on three paw feet, 9cm diameter, 4.19ozt £120 - £180 11. A Chinese export silver knife and fork, Zeewo, Shanghai circa 1910, the handles embossed and chased with peony design, 19.5cm long, 3.40ozt £150 - £200

18. An Indian white metal bowl, 18th century or later, footed and repousse embossed with Hindu roundels between acanthus bands, 15cm diameter, 7.50ozt £300 - £500 19. A Persian white metal bowl, 18th century or later, repousse decorated in high relief with a hunting scene of figures and animals, between foliate lappet borders, 16cm diameter, 12.03ozt £300 - £500

12. A Chinese silver cocktail shaker, circa 1920s, shouldered conical form, stamped marks, 22.5cm high, 14.60ozt£350 - £450 13. An Indian .830 silver bon bon dish, bright cut engraved scroll frieze, triple scroll feet, diameter 11cm £30 - £50

20 20. A Persian white metal four piece coffee set, circa 1920s, lobed, planished and embossed with foliate lappets of lotus flowers, including baluster form jug, coffee pot and rounded bowl, the tray with ogee border, 36.5cm long, 19cm high, 43.40ozt £400 - £600

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14. An Indian white metal rosewater bottle, 19th century, globe and shaft form with chained lid, etched and stained with Persian ogee and teardrop cartouches and foliate scrolls, 32cm high, 20.56ozt £500 - £800

21. A Persian white metal figural candlestick vesta, modelled as an Indian elephant supporting a palm tree, front legs resting on a basket, the base embossed with foliate scrolls and beading, 21cm high, 10.27ozt £120 - £180

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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22. A 19th century Hanau silver wager cup, French and Dutch import marks, etched and engraved in the 17th century style with foliate scrolls and marriage coats of arms and monogram cartouche suspended on ropes, the stem with three cast open C scroll brackets and a figure of a man supporting the rotating bowl, 22.5cm high, 6.53ozt £1,000 - £1,200 23. An Imperial Russian silver flask, HA, Moscow 1862, circular, etched with wake decoration, cartouches and bands of foliate scrolls, screw cap, 11.5cm high, 5.99ozt £400 - £500 24. An Imperial Russian silver charger, St Petersburg 1803, circular with reeded border, 38cm diameter, 49.81ozt £1,200 - £1,800 25. An Imperial Russian silver basket, Moscow circa 1850, lobed rectangular form, on four cast acorn feet, gilded to the interior, with swing handle, 25cm high, 21.26ozt £800 - £1,200 26. An Imperial Russian silver gilt and enamelled beaker, St Petersburg circa 1890, footed conical form, decorated with cloisonne enamel and painted marbled foliate scrolls, 88 standard marks and workmaster or makers mark ?L, 6.5cm high, 2.30ozt £300 - £500 27. A 19th century Dutch silver caster, Amsterdam 1897, footed baluster form, embossed and chased with shell scroll, diaper and fishscale borders, 16cm high, 5.79ozt £180 - £260 28. A Continental cast silver figure of a fox, Dutch import marks, early 20th century, realistically modelled, 10cm long, 2.01ozt £100 - £150

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29. A Dutch silver and parcel gilt model of a windmill, Netherlands 1972, with rotating four arm sail and wheel with wire rope, 15cm high, 4.00ozt £150 - £200

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For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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32. An early 18th century Dutch Chinoiserie silver tea caddy, circa 1720, cuboid form, embossed and chased with figures in Chinese garden landscapes, above fluted acanthus banding, the domed lid with further fluting, stamped makers mark, 10.5cm high, 2.37ozt £800 - £900

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30. An 18th century Dutch silver and parcel gilt tobacco box or caddy, Hendrick Kamerlingh II, Amsterdam 1735, lobed cylindrical form with ogee domed lid and foliate pear shaped finial, engraved to each panel Rococo floral and scroll motifs, on a cast foliate C scroll and three bracket foot base, 18.5cm high, 17.42ozt £1,000 - £2,000

33. A French silver tea strainer, Charles Forgelot, Paris circa 1900, Ribbon and Reed Fiddle Pattern with husk garland and wreath decoration in the Neoclassical style, circular drum bowl with radiating tadpole piercing, cast floral rest, 15cm long, 1.46ozt £40 - £70

31. Two pairs of 18th century silver candle snuffers, scissor action, including Dutch silver gilt example and an English example with lion passant and makers mark struck three times, 11cm, 2.15ozt (2) £400 - £600

34. A French silver gilt and cut glass flask, Gustave Keller, Paris circa 1900, the shouldered cuboid body cut in the Spanish style with foliate sprigs and beading, screw cap with internal stopper, 12cm high £120 - £180

35 35. A Louis XVI French silver beaker, Paris circa 1775, tumbler form with concentric ring bands, 6cm high, 1.88ozt £200 - £300 32

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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36. Imperial Borghese Service: a French Empire silver gilt platter and cover, on gilt copper warmer stand, Martin Guillaume Biennais, Paris circa 1809, after a design by Percier and Fontaine, the oval dish with anthemion border, supporting an ogee domed cloche cover, the sides applied with cast relief frieze of classical women united by floral garlands, each supporting a swan emerging from a flower, between lappet borders, the finial with acanthus and laurel lappet shoulder, oval bud knop finial, engraved Biennais, Orfevre de S. Mtes l’Imperiales et Royales a Paris, the stand with twin handles on winged lions head and paw feet, 51cm long, 155.7ozt Note: engraved to each with the arms of Prince Camillo and Pauline Borghese (Bonaparte) Provenance: Prince Camillo Borghese, who married Pauline Bonaparte, the sister of the Emperor Napoleon on 6 November 1803; Borghese Palace Sale, Giacomini and Capobianchi, Rome, 28 March-9 April 1892, part of lot 847; Don Antonio Licata; Prince Baucina; Ercole Canessa; Mrs. Edith Rockefeller McCormick, American Art Association/Anderson Galleries Inc., New York, 5 January 1934, either lot 729 or 730; acquired by the father of Simone de Borges, who married into the founding family of the Borges & Irmao Bank of Portugual; Christie’s Property of a Spanish Private Collection, 2nd June 2009, lot 121 £40,000 - £60,000

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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37. A pair of French silver gilt and cut glass salt and pepper pots, Edouard Fournemet, Paris circa 1910, the conical bodies with etched garland swags, the domed lids engine turned and cast with laurel borders, 9cm high £80 - £120

39. A boxed set of twelve Swedish silver beakers, pedestal kiddush cup form, engraved with foliate vines, knopped stems on octagonal feet, 10cm high, 28.2ozt (12) £500 - £800 40. An early 19th century Swedish silver tea strainer, Stockholm 1811, plain circular drum form on three strap legs, gilt interior, on a turned ebonised handle, 19cm long, 1.06ozt £80 - £120 41. A German silver lidded jug, 18th century, ES, circa 1710, lobed baluster form, with turned finial and fret cut handle, 19cm high, 11.22ozt £800 - £1,200 42. An 18th century German silver and parcel gilt beaker, plain rounded tumbler form, loth 13 mark, 5cm high, 1.83ozt £150 - £200

38 38. A French silver four piece tea and coffee set, Fray Fils, Paris circa 1890, wrythen fluted baluster form, the bodies chased and embossed with feathered flame bands, on four cast foliate cartouche acanthus scroll legs, including teapot, coffee pot, lidded sucriere and jug, retailers mark H Dumont, 24cm high, 78.68ozt (4) £600 - £800

43. A German silver wine taster, 18th century, lobed petal form, embossed with central flower and two open foliate scroll handles, 15.5cm long, 2.65ozt £500 - £800

44. A 17th century German Renaissance stone and silver gilt tankard or stein, turned footed baluster form with chased strap banding and acanthus foot, the cast figural and scroll handle with bust thumb piece, embossed with mask, scroll and berry banding to the lid, surmounted by a putto with shield and staff, 20.5cm high Provenance: Jacques Guerlain Collection £10,000 - £15,000

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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45. A Continental figural silver toothpick holder, FJT, probably Lisbon circa 1860, square based pedestal form with a cast figure of Napoleon standing next to a palm tree, cast and etched with acanthus and honeysuckle banding, 21.5cm high, 6.53ozt £350 - £400

51. A Queen Anne silver and mother of pearl tobacco box, incised ND, circa 1710, oval form, the removable lid engraved with a Chinese style roundel of incised peony and bird design, the base engraved and chased with a coat of arms in a shell and scroll cartouche, 10.5cm x 8cm £600 - £700

46. A Colonial silver dish, probably 19th century, with three turned ebonised handles, on shell mask and paw feet, 17cm handle to handle, 3.68ozt £60 - £80 47. An early Italian silver knife, 17th century, square section with zoomorphic terminal £150 - £200 48. A Swiss silver sifter spoon, F Gely, Lausanne circa 1800, fiddle pattern with foliate pierced bowl, 20.5cm long, 1.7ozt £70 - £100 49. An Austrian silver and ivory aide memoire, circa 1900, the rounded rectangular plates with six leaves, suspended on a tapered loop, 8cm long £100 - £150

52 52. A Queen Anne silver, tortoiseshell and abalone pique snuff box, circa 1710, oval form, the hinged lid overlaid and inset with shell tiles and engraved floral rosettes, around a central starburst roundel, 7cm x 5cm £250 - £350 53. A silver gilt and gold thread embroidered girdle or marriage belt, 18th century, probably Baltic, each hooked end cast with the portrait bust of a woman, surmounting an embossed rectangular panel of scallop shell, filigree and beaded decoration, the fabric strap with diaper design and three ring brackets, 79.5cm long £400 - £500 54. A George I silver three prong dog nose fork, Dike Impey, London circa 1725,18.5cm long, 1.78ozt £80 - £120 55. An 18th or 19th century silver gilt mounted painted lacquered box, circa 1800, circular drum form, decorated with pastoral scenes of figures playing backgammon and drinking tea, 9cm diameter £400 - £600 56. An early Scottish silver and wood quaich, 17th or 18th century, wicker bund fruitwood with applied silver sheet handled and central boss, engraved with floral motifs, 27.5cm long £800 - £1,200

50 50. A medieval silver acorn knopped spoon, 14th century, the fig shaped bowl on a tapered and chamfered stem with gilt finial, apparently unmarked, 13cm long, 0.47ozt Note: similar examples are in the collections of the Museum of Fine Art in Boston, and The British Museum £8,000 - £10,000

57 57. A pair of George II silver trencher salts, Edward Wood, London 1730, waisted octagonal plinth form with oval wells, 8cm long, 3.49ozt (2) £500 - £800 58. A pair of George III silver sauce boats, William Skeen, London 1768, Grecian helmet form, embossed gadrooned band to the body, punched crimped rim and acanthus ear scroll handle, on three shell and stepped pad feet, 16.5cm long, 13.64ozt (2) £800 - £1,200 51

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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59. A George III silver nipple shield, Thomas Phipps and Edward Robinson, London 1805, conical form with pierced holes, 6cm diameter, 0.60ozt £300 - £500 60. A George III silver wire work bread basket, London 1762, oval form with serpentine twisted border and swing handle, applied with embossed wheat and strawberry motifs, 35.5cm long, 25.54ozt £1,200 - £1,800 61. A matched pair of George III silver chamber sticks and snuffers, Solomon Hougham and William Fountain, London 1811 and 1822, each with rectangular trays, gadrooned with foliate shell corners, matching conical snuffers, 17cm wide, 27.16ozt (2) £1,000 - £1,500 64 62. A George III silver wine label for Claret, unmarked circa 1800, bowed rectangular form, niello enamel lettering, on rolo chain, 4.5cm long, 0.24ozt £100 - £150 63. A George III provincial silver meat skewer, John Langlands and John Robertson, Newcastle 1788, plain form with ring handle, 33cm long, 3.10ozt £200 - £300

64. A pair of George III silver spurs, JA, London 1805, each with rotating steel spike wheel, on three chains to each side, a buckle to one, inscribed to each Lochside, 19.5cm long, 5.37cm £400 - £600 65. A George III silver caster, of baluster form, maker Thomas Daniell, London 1775, approximate weight 2.86ozt, 14cm high £80 - £120

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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69 66. A George III Old Sheffield Plate and cut glass three decanter cruet, circa 1810, triangular form with fluted and wire cage compartments, the cylindrical bottles heavily cut with panels and fluting, single ring necks and mushroom stoppers, 39cm high £100 - £150 67. A George III Irish silver fish slice, James Keating and Richard Flood, Dublin 1812, Fiddle and Thread pattern, with pierced honeysuckle motif, 28.5cm long, 3.65ozt £180 - £260 68. A George III Old Sheffield Plate coffee pot, Matthew Boulton, circa 1800, footed baluster form with reeded band, S scroll handle and disc finial, stamped marks, 24cm high £50 - £100 69. A set of four George III silver sauce tureens, Samuel Meriton II, London 1791, of Neoclasiscal boat form with twin loop handles and ogee domed lids, with urn finials, 23.5cm long, 67.80ozt (4) £3,800 - £4,500 70. A George III Provincial silver mug, Edward Jackson, York 1819, conical form with concentric ring banding, angled scroll handle, 6.5cm high, 2.85ozt £200 - £250 71. A George III Irish silver reticulated basket, John Laughlin, Dublin circa 1775, waisted trumpet form, pierced with oval trellis and embossed with swags and foliate sprigs below a wave border, swing handle, 14cm high, 2.82ozt £250 - £300

72. A pair of George III Old Sheffield Plate reticulated salt cellars, circa 1770, straight sided oval form, pierced with bead and pellet bands, on four cast ball and claw feet, blue glass liners, 8.5cm long (2) £30 - £50 73. A George III silver bodkin case, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham circa 1815, chamfered and tapered form with bright cut foliate vine decoration, engraved M Bolland, containing a steel bodkin, 7.5cm long Note: Margaret Bolland was a native of Yorkshire who became well known for her embroidery as well as being a keen letter writer £100 - £150 74. A George III silver jug, Robert and David Hennell, London 1797, fluted Grecian helmet form with bright cut trellis band and borders, 13cm high, 4.79ozt £120 - £180 75. A George III silver brandy pan, Thomas Wallis and Jonathan Hayne, London 1807, conical form with reeded foot and turned ebony handle, 29cm long, 10.03ozt £550 - £850 76. A George V silver cigar box, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1924, cuboid form with bevelled lid, cedar lined and gilt lid, presentation inscription from the Captain and Officers of HMS Vulcan and Sixth Submarine Flotilla, 14.5cm long, 6cm high, 9.5cm deep £150 - £200

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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80. A William IV silver apple corer, maker Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1831, turned ivory handle, length assembled 11cm £150 - £180 81. A Victorian silver mirror, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1896, the heart shaped glass within a bracket cartouche, fluted and gadrooned, easel back, mirror 18cm x 15.5cm, overall 26.5cm x 20cm £100 - £200 82. A Victorian Hanau silver novelty figural box, import marks for Singleton, Benda and Co., London 1900, modelled as an organ grinder studded with multicoloured cabochons, 20cm high, 18.00ozt £1,200 - £1,800

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83. A Victorian silver pierced basked, Hawkesworth, Eyre and Co., Sheffield 1844, flared cylindrical form, wire construction with embossed oak leaf garlands, floral and scroll border and entwined swing handle, on foliate and shell scroll bracket feet, with blue glass insert, 17.5cm high, 6.76ozt £300 - £500

77. A George V novelty silver gilt and enamelled ring tree, Arthur Johnson Smith, Birmingham 1921, modelled as a monkey sitting on a branched tree stump, emanating from a pansy flower in turquoise, purple and yellow enamel, 9cm high, 1.16ozt £400 - £500

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78 78. A George V silver gilt and enamelled perfume bottle case, with bottle, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1929, oval section with rounded end, blue guilloche enamel and hinged compartment containing a glass bottle, 6cm long, 1.30ozt £250 - £300 79. A William IV silver wine label for Port, Charles Rawlings and William Summers, London 1830, embossed with shell scrolls and grape vines, central cut lettering, on a rolo chain, 6cm wide, 0.75ozt £80 - £120

84. A Victorian silver gilt, enamel and glass combination scent bottle, Thomas Johnson, London 1862, cylindrical form, the central section with hinged pill box compartment, uniting two blue glass bottles, one with hinged cap, the other with screw, studded with removable sewing pins, each end enamelled with lily of the valley motifs, retailer mark Jenner and Knewstub, 15.3cm long £2,000 - £3,000 85. A Victorian novelty silver plated egg cruet, circa 1874, the twin handled oval tray with foliate scroll handles, containing two Champagne bottle condiment vessels labelled Cayenne and Pepper, a removable pedestal eggcup and a cut glass salt cellar, 20.5cm long £150 - £180 86. A pair of French silver aspic or ice cream servers, Mellerio, Paris late 19th century, including sickle knife and flat spoon, bright cut engraved, with knopped octagonal section tapered handles, 22.5cm long, 4.97ozt £80 - £120 87. A Victorian silver christening mug, Martin, Hall and Co. Sheffield 1880, cylindrical form, engraved with fern garlands and vacant cartouche, S scroll handle, gilt interior, 8cm high, 2.84ozt £150 - £200

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88. A pair of Victorian silver salt and pepper pots, Jesse Earls, London 1881, baluster form, cast with a band of rosettes and ruyi head borders, 11.5cm high, 5.82ozt (2) £180 - £260

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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89. A Victorian silver tea infuser, Charles Rawlings and William Summers, London 1874, egg form, hinged and gilded to the interior, pierced foliate motifs, suspended on a chain, 6cm, 1.25ozt £150 - £200 90. A set of three Victorian silver plated wine labels, for Gin, Brandy and Whisky, circa 1866, each fret cut and etched in the form of a barrel with trailing vines, on chains, 5cm (3) £40 - £70 91. A Victorian silver scent flask, Deakin and Francis, Birmingham 1888, circular form, etched and engraved with foliate scroll design, the screw cap similarly decorated, 6cm long, 0.92ozt £80 - £120 92. A Victorian electrotype silver plated, parcel gilt and etched glass claret jug, Elkington and Co., 1881, trumpet form with putti and floral garlands, below relief moulded Bacchanalian cartouches and handles, 28.5cm high £150 - £250 93. Royal interest, a Victorian silver collapsible beaker, Abraham Brownett, London 1863, gilded to the interior and soldered open, engraved Prince Alexander from N and VD, Nov 23 1888, 8cm high, 4.82ozt Note: Prince Alexander Mountbatten, was grandson of Queen Victoria, born on 23rd November 1886 £150 - £200

97 97. Frederick Carder for Stevens and Williams, a Victorian silver and cut glass claret jug, John Grinsell and Son, London 1899, the gourd form body with vertical optic moulding, green over colourless, intaglio decorated with prunus between zigzag and facet borders, the mount chased and embossed with ogee cartouches and flowers, 23cm high £250 - £300 98. A Victorian silver table lighter, George John Richards, London 1856, the Classical oil lamp with zoomorphic handle and etched Greek key banding, within an oval tray dish, similarly etched and engraved with honeysuckle and scroll designs, 23cm long, 11.87ozt £250 - £300

94 94. A Victorian silver mounted ostrich egg cup, George Fox, London 1868, the shell applied with a ribbon and beaded cartouche with baronial monogram, below a feathered rim and gilt lined interior, supported on an acanthus leaf and three ostrich leg tripod pedestal with realistically textured sandy petal base with starfish, 13.5cm high, 9.78ozt £300 - £500 95. A Victorian silver mounted glass inkwell, Edward Brown, London 1889, squat ovoid form, the collar reticulated with knotted foliate tendrils, the embossed hinged lid with theatrical putti, masks and narrator in clouds, 10.5cm diameter £120 - £180 96. A Victorian silver box, Deakin and Francis, Birmingham 1890, heart shaped, embossed with foliate scrolls and shells, hinged lid and gilt interior with crimped rims, 9.5cm wide, 3.39ozt £40 - £60

99 99. A Victorian silver mounted parquetry box, John Batson and Son, London 1892, in the form of an egg, vertical bands of alternating oak and fruitwood, with reeded mounts, 10.5cm long £300 - £350 100. A Victorian silver hunting flask in leather case, Thomas Johnson, London 1856, conical form with removable beaker, screw cap, in fitted stitched leather holder, retailer IW and FB Thomas, 21cm high, 10.19ozt £400 - £500 101. A Victorian silver goblet, Johnson, Walker and Tolhurst, London 1882, with beaded knop and edge to the foot, engraved arcading, 14cm high, 3.28ozt £90 - £130

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102 102. The 1859 Chesterfield Cup, a large and important Victorian silver twin handled vase and cover, designed by Thomas Brown for John Samuel Hunt, Hunt and Roskell, London 1859, Olympic Vase form, ovoid shouldered pedestal urn, embossed and chased in relief with a depiction of the various stages of the Ancient Greek Olympic Games, below a shoulder engraved in low relief with six roundel busts of artists and philosophers, the crook scroll handles entwined with knotted serpents, flanking a flared neck of Apollo and Hercules, the trumpet foot with honeysuckle lappets above a knotted ribbon band, the lid cast with a figure Zeus, seated and holding a flaming shard, engraved to the foot, From the Collection of the Countess of Montrose, 68cm high Note: presented to the winner at the 1859 Goodwood Race Meet, and illustrated and described in the Illustrated London News July 30th 1859, p.111; presented to Caroline Crawford, later Duchess of Montrose, for her horse Zuyder Zee £40,000 - £60,000

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104 103. A Victorian silver christening mug, Hilliard and Thomason, Birmingham 1858, octagonal section of splayed foot, engraved with panels of foliate scrolls, cast S scroll handle, 9cm high, 3.55ozt £150 - £200 104. A set of four Edwardian novelty silver menu holders, Horace Woodward and Co., London 1910, cast as Mr Punch and Judy, on circular bases, boxed, 5.5cm high, 4.44ozt (4) £1,000 - £1,500 105. An Edwardian silver jewellery casket, William Aitken, Birmingham 1907, ogee bombé form with ribbon and reed border, on four winged paw feet, the interior velvet lined with gilt lid, 13cm wide, 6cm high, 9.5cm deep £180 - £260 106. An Edwardian silver and tortoiseshell page turner, John Armstrong, London 1903, the plain tapered blade fitted in a silver sleeve handle, 45cm long £100 - £200

110. An Edwardian novelty silver plated automobile toast rack, Henry Wilkinson, circa 1905, modelled as a car, four division with rotating wheels and front lamp, 15cm long £150 - £200 111. Karl Fabergé, an Imperial Russian silver basket, Moscow circa 1910, boat form with central fixed handle, embossed with fruiting garlands and ribboned festoons, gilt interior with plain glass liner, 28.5cm high, 29.91ozt £4,500 - £5,500 112. A pair of George V silver mounted glass match strikers, London 1915, spherical form with applied ribbing, 10cm diameter (2) £450 - £550 113. A George V matched silver liqueur set, Elkington and Co., Birmingham 1913, and Hukin and Heath, Birmingham 1927, including an oval tray with wire cage supporting a cut glass decanter and six stemmed cups, 28.03ozt excluding decanter £700 - £800

107. An Edwardian weighted silver posy trumpet vase, maker M.L, (Matthew Linwood ?), Birmingham 1903, 14.5cm high £40 - £60 108. An Edwardian silver cigar case, Alexander Clark Manufacturing Company, London 1908, plain cushion topped cuboid form, cedar lined interior, 21cm wide, 4.5cm high, 13.5cm deep £200 - £250 109. An Edwardian cased silver handled cake knife and spoon, maker Alfred Biggin & Son, Sheffield 1903, in a fitted presentation case £50 - £80

114 114. A George V silver tea strainer, Thomas Bradbury and Sons, Sheffield 1921, the ogee bowl with broad rim, pierced with foliate scrolls and tendrils, feathered border, on a turned ebony handle, 19cm long, 1.55ozt £40 - £70

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118. An Art Nouveau silver gilt and glass vase, Victor Boivin and Baccarat, Paris circa 1890, ogee form, the glass body etched and engraved with irises, held within a similarly decorated embossed cage, 22cm high £250 - £300

115 115. A George V silver novelty menu holder, Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1912, cast as an owl’s head, set with tigers eye cabochon eyes, 2.5cm high, 0.80ozt £200 - £300

119 119. George Hart for Guild of Handicraft, an Arts and Crafts footed silver bowl, London 1929, planished and rounded, incised with bands and fishscale motifs, below ropetwist border, the foot inscribed with latin motto Melloris Aevi Auspicium, above a draped band, 21.5cm diameter, 27.30ozt £600 - £800 116 116. A pair of George V novelty silver menu holders, Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1913, cast in the form of owls, each set with glass eyes, 3.5cm high, 1.35ozt (2) £300 - £500

120. George Hart for Guild of Handicraft, an Arts and Crafts silver and parcel gilt patten, London 1952, planished shallow dish form with plain foot, the underside cast with a cross and laurel sprigs, 13.3cm diameter, 6.32ozt £200 - £300

117. An Asprey and Co. silver plated coachman’s torch or lamp, with front hinged flap and spikes to the hinged lid, together with a Walker and Hall silver plated stand with two bowls, 20cm high £40 - £60 117A. Asprey & Co, a George V silver cigarette case, London 1923, gilt Greek key borders and front panel with applied gilt armorial shield, sliding clasp mechanism, inscribed Cyril Kleinwort, 30 Curzon St, W1 and dated 1924, 9.5cm x 8cm, 4.72ozt £80 - £120

121 121. Charles Robert Ashbee for the Guild of Handicraft, an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled box, London 1902, planished circular ogee form, the lid with a central roundel of butterflies in a marbled blue turquoise ground, within beaded border, 6cm diameter, 2.71ozt £800 - £1,200 122. Bernard Cuzner for Liberty and Co., a pair of Arts and Crafts silver napkin rings, Birmingham 1912, incised wave and leaf design, 4.2cm diameter, 1.32ozt (2) £100 - £200

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127. An Arts and Crafts style Chinese export silver and hardwood mazer bowl, circa 1910, footed form, embossed and chased to the lower section with a band of Chinese good luck symbols between low relief foliate scroll motifs, below a ruyi head border, 11.5cm diameter £100 - £200

123 123. A pair of Arts and Crafts silver serving spoons, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1906/1907, the stepped dog nose terminals cast with entwined foliate tendrils in the Art Nouveau style, husk and guilloche border stems, ogee lobed gilt bowls, 22.5cm long, 5.26ozt (2) £70 - £100

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124. Omar Ramsden, an Arts and Crafts silver dish, London 1932, planished circular form with crenelated border and central rose motif in relief, incised Omar Ramsden Me Fecit, 11cm diameter, 3.09ozt £400 - £500

128. An Arts and Crafts silver cup, John Grinsell and Sons, London 1900, footed chalice form, embossed with seeding trees entwined with ribbons to the stems, between ogee arcading, gilt interior, 12.5cm high £100 - £200

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125. Rex Silver (attributed) for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled napkin ring, William Hair Haseler, Birmingham 1908, embossed with pairs of stylised leafy buds in blue turquoise enamel, 5cm diameter, 0.99ozt £100 - £150

129. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled cigarette case, William Hair Haseler, Birmingham 1922, hip fitting cushioned rectangular form, with a central cabochon of stylised bud in green, blue and brown enamel, 8cm x 6.5cm, 1.84ozt £200 - £300

126. An Arts and Crafts silver plated easel mirror, Walker and Hall, circa 1904, the bevelled and arched glass within a relief moulded frame in the Art Nouveau style, of sinuous maiden and flowers, surmounted by cartouche and sunrise motif, 47.5cm high £400 - £600

130. Charles Boyton, an Art Deco silver match box cover, London 1935, planished cuboid form, with applied stepped boss, 4.5cm x 2.8cm x 1.5cm, 0.75ozt £60 - £80 131. An Art Deco mixed metal and lacquer cigarette case, multicoloured 14 carat gold gate link motifs and central stepped cartouche, on a silver core, gilt to the interior, stamped Sterling 14k, 12cm x 8cm, 5.33ozt £300 - £500

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132 132. Keith Murray for Mappin and Webb, an Art Deco four piece tea set, circa 1932, conical stepped form with concentric ring decoration, ebonised handled and finials, stamped marks W27681, 20cm high (4) £200 - £300

142. Leslie Gordon Durbin, a Modernist silver dish, London 1958, planished oval form on ringed foot, set with a cast plaque for the Eugenics Society, and inscribed for Margaret Pyke, Galton Lecturer 1963, 28cm long, 20.93ozt £400 - £600

133. An electroplated Thirst Extinguisher cocktail shaker, circa 1970, after the original 1930s model by Asprey, in the form of a lighthouse with engraved alternating mixology recipes to the plinth, seahorse mark, A.M 2001 and No.0376A to base, 39cm high £100 - £150

143. An Elizabeth II silver cream jug, of bombé form, the handle in the form of a curious cat, maker Peter Nicholas & Co, London 1989, approximate 4.40 ozt £50 - £80

134. An Elizabeth II white metal desk tidy, Hampton Utilities, Birmingham circa 1980s, cuboid form with removable divider plate, beaded and gadrooned borders, 10.5cm wide, 9.5cm high, 5.87ozt £120 - £180 135. A Victorian silver double stamp box, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1898, cuboid form with two glazed and hinged sloping lids, one with a bisected interior, egg and dart border to the foot, 9cm wide, 3.5cm high, 6.5cm deep £300 - £500 136. A French silver plated wine cradle, Christofle, Paris circa 1940s, wire cage construction, 29cm long £100 - £120 137. An Art Deco Swiss silver box, circa 1930s, planished cuboid form with ogee and scroll borders and edges, the shallow pyramidal lid set with a hardstone cabochon, each side panel engraved with an animal including elephant, monkey, camel and giraffe, stamped marks and retailer A Blochinger, 9.5cm square, 7.28ozt £250 - £300

144 144. Gerald Benney (attributed) for Viners, a Modernist silver three piece cruet, Edward Viner, Sheffield 1968, the salt and pepper pot of conical domed form, with black Beetleware liners and screw bases, 7cm high (3) £40 - £70

138. A George VI Scottish silver presentation bowling jack on tripod stand, H D Falconer and Son, Glasgow 1942, plain ball form, engraved inscription Bellahouston Bowling Club, on plated stand, 7cm diameter, 11.56ozt £120 - £180 139. An Elizabeth II silver model of an eagle on a rock, B S E Products, London 1981, realistically modelled with wings spread, 14.5cm high £400 - £600 140. A set of six Elizabeth II silver plate and parcel gilt goblets for the Houses of Parliament, Barker Ellis, circa 1960s, engraved with the portcullis in shield, 13cm high (6) £60 - £80 145 141. An Elizabeth II Gothic Revival silver spoon, Bishton’s Ltd., Birmingham 1958, the terminal cast with a figure of Virgin Mary, the bowl with quatrefoil roundel and foliate tracery, 14cm long, 0.96ozt £30 - £50

145. Gerald Benney, a pair of Modernist silver dishes, London 1971, circular form, rounded with convex centres, textured exterior, 10.5cm diameter, 10.37ozt (2) £800 - £1,200

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151. Cartier, a pair of Modernist silver and tri colour gold candlesticks, the bell form sconces with entwined bands in white, yellow and rose gold, on flat circular bases, 5cm high, 3.42ozt (2) £500 - £800 152. A novelty silver plate mounted glass claret jug, modelled in the form of a duck, hinged lid and applied foot and tail, 27cm high £40 - £60 153. Property of Lord Lucan; a silver plated canteen of flatware, Hanoverian Rat Tail pattern, including three layers of three pronged forks and spoons, 36 table spoons, 34 table forks, 23 dessert spoons and 24 dessert forks, in fitted leather case Provenance: 7th Earl of Lucan; Christie's London, March 31st 1976, lot 1 £1,000 - £1,500 146 146. Stuart Devlin, a Modernist silver gilt figure of a hippo, London 1976, modelled with mouth open, 4cm high, 3.41ozt £350 - £550 147. A set of four Italian silver birds, Italo Gori di Gori Anna, Florence circa 1960s, realistically modelled in the style of Buccellati as bird and chicks, 9.5cm long, 3.69ozt (4) £600 - £800

154. A silver gilt and champleve enamelled seal, the conical handle decorated with a flowering vine, with engraved initials, 6.5cm long, 0.37ozt £120 - £180 155. Japanese sterling silver and mixed metal cigarette case, circa 1940s, rectangular, incised with an extensive watery landscape with mountains and figures, 8cm x 9.5cm, 3.08ozt £120 - £160

156 156. A Victorian silver and enamelled cigarette case, Rolason Brother, Birmingham 1893, cushioned and hip forming cuboid form with a central enamel plaque of golfer, 7.5cm x 5cm, 2.41ozt £800 - £1,200

148 148. A Norwegian Modernist silver vase, Thorvald Marthinsen, Tonsberg circa 1950, rounded conical form on a reeded domed foot, the lip splayed, 10cm high, 0.95ozt £50 - £80 149. A pair of Modernist silver salt and pepper pots, J A Campbell, London 2001, conical bullet form, concentric ring decoration and plastic liners, 7.5cm high (2) £200 - £300 157 150. A set of four Modernist Britannia silver beakers, Ronald Napier and Robert Grant, London 1970, planished cylindrical form, 6.5cm high, 14.93ozt £600 - £800

157. A German silver and enamelled snuff box, cuboid form, the lid painted with three hunting hounds, 5cm x 7.5cm, 2.39ozt £900 - £1,200

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158 158. A late 19th century tortoiseshell hair comb, circa 1890, with gilt metal and blue enamel scroll surmount, together with a coral bead two-row bar brooch, brooch stamped 800, lengths 11.4 and 3.8cm £50 - £80

163. Arno Malinowski for Georg Jensen, a mid 20th century silver novelty brooch, designed as a kneeling deer, maker’s mark for Georg Jensen, stamped Sterling and No.256, width 4.5cm, 14.5 grams £100 - £150

167. Alexander Ritchie, an Arts and Crafts Iona silver brooch, the oval plaque centre cast with a ship in sail, on two bisected bars, stamped Scotland Sterling, 6cm long, 3.7g £30 - £50

159. A malachite cabochon single-stone ring, with openwork shoulders, stamped 18ct, ring size P1/2, 8.1g £200 - £300

168 168. A pair of Modernist silver earrings, Harrods Stores Ltd., London 1990, circular open wire and strap mesh design, 2cm diameter, 4.5g (2) £20 - £40

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160. A late Victorian silver foliate engraved cross pendant, suspended from an engraved fancy-link chain, pendant with hallmarks for Birmingham 1884, length of pendant including surmount 10cm, length of chain 45cm, 29.5g £50 - £100

164. Pinco Forening, a Swedish Modernist silver bracelet, Stockholm 1956, each link in the form of a stylised leaf, 20.5cm long, 9.4g £40 - £70

161. An Art Deco silver, vari-hue paste jabot pin, with heart-shape terminal and safety chains, stamped 935 and signed with initials, length 10cm, 9.3g £100 - £150

165. An Arts and Crafts silver and agate brooch, oval form with leaf claw setting and ropetwist border, 3.5cm long £20 - £40

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162. A Scottish enamel brooch and a Modernist silver hardstone necklace, by Avi Soffer, Israel, brooch marked Scotland, necklace signed Avi Soffer 925, diameter of brooch 3.2cm, length of necklace 39cm £40 - £60

166. Alexander Ritchie (designer), an Arts and Crafts Iona silver brooch, Robert Allison, Edinburgh 1960, circular shield form, cast with a Viking ship in sail, within rope border, 3cm diameter, 10.2g £30 - £50

169 169. An 18ct gold brilliant-cut diamond floral cluster ring, with slightly tapered band, total diamond weight 0.25ct, engraved to band, estimated I-J colour, VS2-SI clarity, stamped 18ct, ring size O, 3.5g £100 - £150

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170. A set of mid 20th century 9ct gold emerald and single-cut diamond jewellery, to include a pair of diamond cluster earrings and a matching ring, estimated total diamond weight 0.15ct, ring with hallmarks for 9ct gold, diameter of earrings 0.9cm, ring size P, 3.5g £200 - £300

175. A set of gold shell cameo jewellery and a Royal Canadian Air Force ring, to include a pendant and a pair of drop earrings, brooch stamped K18, ring stamped 10K STERLING, length of earrings 2.7cm, length of brooch 4.1cm, ring size J1/2, total weight 13.3g £100 - £150

179 179. A mid Victorian blue enamel and split pearl brooch, cartouche shape with scroll border, central floral spray motif and diamond point accent, length 5.3cm, total weight 18.3g £50 - £80

176 171 171. An 18th century French tri colour gold box, circa 1780, oval form, the fluted rose colour body applied with pale yellow garlands, the hinged lid with a crowned heart and chains, etched to the underside with crossed flaming torch and quiver, 2.8cm long, 9.5g £800 - £1,000

176. A 19th century silver cicada insect brooch, with safety chain, length 4.9cm, 8.2g £30 - £50

180 180. An IONA Scottish silver and green enamel kilt pin, by Iain MacCormick, stamped IONA SILVER, maker’s mark for Iain MacCormick, diameter 4.5cm, 14g £150 - £250

172. An Egyptian faience bead necklace, with 9ct gold barrel clasp, together with a branch coral necklace, lengths 44 and 51cm £150 - £180

173 173. A late 19th century Egyptian Revival silver, agate scarab beetle bar brooch, with vari-cut diamond overlay, length 5.4cm, 3.8g £400 - £500

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181. An Art Nouveau silver, pearshape citrine openwork foliate pendant, suspended from a silver chain, chain with later import marks for Birmingham, length of pendant 2.7cm, length of chain 45cm, total weight 4.3g £30 - £50

177. A 19th century yellow metal, portrait miniature swivel pendant, painted to depict a lady in blue and white dress, length 6cm, may also be worn as a brooch £100 - £150

182. A selection of gold jewellery and components, to include an Art Nouveau French gold and steel miniature pocket knife charm, various marks, total weight 13.8g £100 - £200

174. A selection of silver and gem-set jewellery, to include a Danish mother duck and ducklings brooch, by Max Brammer, together with a polychrome enamel and marcasite parakeet brooch and further items, various marks, total weight 60g £40 - £60 178 178. A late Victorian silver, openwork buckle belt, depicting putti amongst foliage, hallmarks for Birmingham 1896, maker’s marks for Abraham Meyer Blanckensee, length 11.1cm, 61g £20 - £40

183 183. An Art Nouveau silver, pearl and enamel foliate pendant, suspending a mother-of-pearl drop, with blue enamel surmount, length 7.5cm, 12g £30 - £50

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188. Mudu, an 18ct gold wrist watch, fitted to a rolled gold and stainless steel expandable bracelet, watch head with Swiss convention marks, diameter 15mm excluding the crown, total weight 13.9g £120 - £180

195. A pair of 9ct gold aquamarine single-stone stud earrings, hallmarks for Birmingham, diameter 0.9cm, total weight 1.7g £50 - £80

189. A pair of 18 carat gold and diamond cufflinks, oval form, satin finish with star cut setting to the stones, 2cm long, 3.4g (2) £80 - £120 184 184. An early 20th century amethyst foliate openwork brooch, with safety chain, diameter 2.5cm, 3g £150 - £200 185. An early 20th century 15ct gold pear-shape citrine and turquoise cabochon cluster ring, ring size M, 3.7g £150 - £200

190. Three gold rings, to include an 18ct gold diamond dress ring, a 22ct gold and platinum band ring, and an 18ct gold plain wedding band ring, marks to indicate gold and platinum, ring sizes O, M and O, total weight 6.1g £150 - £200 191. Two pairs of 9ct gold gem-set earrings, and a 9ct gold shell cameo pendant, hallmarks for 9ct gold, length of pendant 4.5cm, length of earrings 3 and 1.8cm, 14.7g £80 - £120 196 196. Marvin, a 9ct gold manual wind wrist watch, fitted to a gold plated expandable bracelet, diameter 32mm excluding the crown, total weight 43.1g £30 - £50 197. Two early 20th century gold and silver watches, to include a 9ct gold watch head, together with a silver and enamel nurses fob watch, lengths 2.5cm and 5.5cm, total weight 36g £50 - £100

186 186. An early 20th century French 18ct gold aquamarine single-stone ring, French assay marks, ring size I, 2g £50 - £100

192 192. A 14ct gold sapphire and brilliantcut diamond three-stone ring, estimated total diamond weight 0.10ct, stamped 585, ring size O1/2, 4g £100 - £200 193. Three gold chain, two with hallmarks for 9ct gold, one unmarked and AF, total weight 4.6g £50 - £80

COINS 198. George V, gold sovereign 1918 £200 - £300 199. Elizabeth II, gold sovereign 1959 £150 - £250 200. Elizabeth II, gold sovereign 1959 £150 - £250 201. Victoria, gold sovereign 1896 £200 - £300 202. Victoria, gold sovereign 1889 £200 - £300

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187. A mid 20th century 9ct gold and platinum, opal cabochon and diamond double cluster ring, stamped 9ct and plat, ring size O, 2g £80 - £120

194. A silver malachite pear-shape cabochon pendant, suspended from a 9ct gold fancy-link chain, pendant stamped 925, chain with hallmarks for 9ct gold, length of pendant 3.6cm, length of chain 51cm, total weight 13.2g £70 - £100

203. Victoria, gold sovereign 1862 £200 - £300 204. Edward VII, gold sovereign 1903 £200 - £300 205. Victoria, gold sovereign 1887 £200 - £300

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206. China, a 19th century watercolour of a fruiting plant on paper, 21cm x 17cm, framed £80 - £120 207. China, a 19th century watercolour of a fruiting plant on paper, 21cm x 17cm, framed £80 - £120 208. John Randall (British, fl.1864-1874), portrait of Elizabeth Randall , circa 1870, seated beside a table reading a book, signed l.r., titled verso, 29 by 30cm, gilt frame £70 - £100 209. British School, late 19th Century, a design for a stained glass window incorporating a figure with a halo in the pre-Raphaelite manner, watercolour on paper, 24 by 19cm, framed £50 - £80 210. Thomas Heath Robinson (British, 1865-1950), Hail Thou Queen.....(from The Dream of the White Lark), Saintly figure kneeling by a young woman carrying a baby, pen and ink, 36 by 23cm, signed and dated ‘98 l.r., framed. Provenance: J.S. Maas & Co, 15a Clifford Street, New Bond Street, London. Note: An illustration for “A Child’s book of Saints” by William Canton, published 1898 £100 - £150 211. David Bates (British, 1840/1-1921), a moorland scene with a woman carrying a basket crossing a stone bridge, signed and dated 1899 l.r., watercolour, 35 by 52cm, framed £150 - £250 212. David Thomas Robertson (British, 1879-1952), a Yorkshire Dales landscape with sheep, signed l.l., watercolour, 54 by 41cm, framed £70 - £100 213. Edgar Bundy RA (British, 1862-1922), The Wallflower, signed l.r, watercolour, 27cm x 30cm, framed £250 - £350 214. Edmund Morison Wimperis (British, 1835-1900), Cattle Grazing by River, monogrammed l.l, watercolour, 24cm x 34cm, framed £200 - £300 215. A.G. Smith (20th century), Rouen, signed and dated 1927 l.l and l.r, watercolour, 33cm x 50cm, framed £60 - £80

232 216. Alexander Molyneux Stannard (British, 1878/85-1975), Harvest Scene, signed l.l, watercolour, 24cm x 35cm, framed £70 - £90 217. John Glynn (British, 19th century), Mountainous Valley Landscape, near Rosthwaite Cumbria, signed l.r, watercolour, 11cm x 15cm, framed £50 - £70 218. James Longueville (British, 1942), On the Mud Rotherhithe, signed l.r, pastel, 35cm x 63cm, framed £120 - £160 219. † John Randall Bratby R.A. (British, 1928-1992), preliminary studies for The Hurricane Savaged Dark Green Cyprus and Yew, two, signed, pencil and green crayon on paper, 48 by 34cm, mounted (2) £100 - £150 220. Paul Duverney (French, 1866-1925), figures on a road beside the River Seine, signed l.l., watercolour, 28 by 37cm, gilt frame £100 - £150 221. H..Overton Jones (British, early 20th Century), chrysanthemums in bloom, signed l.r., watercolour, 30 y 64cm, gilt frame £80 - £120 222. John C. Uren (British, 1845-1932), a coastal landscape with choppy sea, signed l.r., watercolour, 25 by 16cm, gilt frame £50 - £70 223. Style of Louise Ingram Rayner, White Horse Close, Edinburgh, bears signature l.r., titled in pencil verso, watercolour heightened with white, 33 by 43cm, gilt frame £80 - £120 224. John and Philip Harker (British, early 20th Century), costume designs for Gilbert & Sullivan, three, signed, titled and dated 1917, watercolour, each 25 by 17cm, framed as one. Note: a letter dated 1988 verso from Philips Auctioneers states that the father and son designers John and Philip Harker were well-known and established stage designers at the beginning of the 20th Century £50 - £80 225. British School, circa 1930s, a sportsman in a wood with his shotgun and dog, gouache, 36 by 24cm, framed £100 - £150

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226. Henry Measham R.C.A. (British, 1844-1922), a Cornish lane with lady knitting outside a cottage, birds feeding and a horse and cart, signed l.r., watercolour, 38 by 27cm, framed £100 - £150 227. Albert Pollitt (British, 1856-1926), a river landscape, signed l.l., watercolour, 26 by 37cm, gilt frame £30 - £50

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228. Edward Richardson (British, 1810-1874), a view in the Italian Lakes, signed and dated 1865 l.r., watercolour, 19 by 48cm, gilt frame £100 - £150

240. Friedrich Johann Gottlieb Lieder (German, 1780-1859), an early 19th century portrait miniature pendant, depicting a lady with blue eyes, watercolour, signed and dated Fr. Lieder 1811 to extreme right, within a scrolling foliate gilt frame, 9.4cm £100 - £200

229. C.J.A. (British, early 20th Century), a Grecian beauty, signed monogram and dated 1901 l.l., watercolour, 16 by 14cm, gilt frame £80 - £120 230. Ebenezer Wake Cook (British, 1843-1926), Chepstow Castle; Vietri, S. Italy, a pair, signed l.l., watercolour, 20 by 11cm, gilt frames (2) £80 - £120 231. Wilfred Knox R.B.A. (British, 1884-1966), A Grey Day, Venice; A Visitor, a pair, signed and dated 1919 l.l., watercolour, 25 by 36cm, framed (2) £50 - £80 232. Percy Brooke (British, 1869-1916), a shepherdess herding her flock along a path, signed and dated 1911 l.r., watercolour, 35 by 25cm, gilt frame £60 - £100 233. Charles William Dalton (British, early 20th Century), Guardians of the Night, signed and dated 1917 l.l, titled verso, watercolour, 37 by 26cm, gilt frame £40 - £60

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234. British School, circa 1920, portrait of a young lady, bust length wearing a floral headdress, circular, watercolour, diameter 13cm, gilt frame £30 - £50

241. An early 20th century portrait miniature pendant, depicting a lady wearing pearls, watercolour, signed with monogram and dated 1911, within a plain frame, 10.5cm £50 - £100

235. E..Lewis (British, early 20th Century), landscape with a track, cattle grazing and cottages; a pastoral landscape with sheep grazing, a pair, signed, watercolour, 22 by 35cm, gilt frames (2) £40 - £60

242. A..R.. Smith (British, late 19th/early 20th Century), a Yorkshire moorland landscape, signed l.r., label remnants verso, watercolour, 25 by 36cm, framed £80 - £120

236. Dorothy Cox (British, 1882-1940), lambs gathering under a tree, signed l.l., watercolour, 42 by 31cm, gilt frame £100 - £150

243. Harry Dorr (British, fl.1930-1940), a stable with a white horse and a figure, signed l.l., watercolour, 22 by 27cm, framed £100 - £150

237. Joseph Newington Carter (British, 1835-1871), Robin Hood’s Bay; Yorkshire Coast, a pair, signed and dated 1866/67, watercolour, 12 by 17cm, gilt frames (2) £50 - £80 238. John Macpherson (Scottish, fl.1865-1884), fishermen landing the catch, signed l.r., watercolour, 17 by 25cm, framed £50 - £80 239. Thomas Henry Victor (British, 1894-1980), The Harbour at Lynmouth, signed with pseudonym W. Sands l.r., titled l.l., watercolour, 18 by 30cm, framed £50 - £80

244. Elise Savage (British, 20th/21st Century), We Too, signed l.r., titled and dated 2000 verso, pastel, 17 by 23cm; with a seated lady wearing a white hat and dress, signed l..r, pastel, 22 by 18cm, both framed (2). Note: the couple depicted in We Too are Mr and Mrs George Fitzwilliam on the lawn at Milton House, Northamptonshire £80 - £120 245. Vernon Foster (British, act.1880-1920), coastal scene with children and sheep; a pastoral scene with figures gathering hay, a pair, both signed and dated 1911, watercolour, 18 by 25cm, gilt frames (2) £80 - £120

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246 246. † Rodger McPhail (British, 1953), English Partridges; Red Grouse, a pair, both signed l.r., titled on Henry-Brett Galleries labels verso, watercolour/gouache, 31 by 39cm, framed (2) £2,000 - £3,000

250. Attributed to William Moore of York, portrait of Eliza Beatty, nee Moore, only daughter of the beautiful Great Grandma Moore, Nee Jackson and sister of Albert & Henry Moore, Great Great Aunt to Plavia Tony v Peter, oval half length seated wearing a blue dress with a white lace collar, titled on label verso, pastels, 33 by 25cm, gilt frame £80 - £120 251. Elliott H. Marten (British, 19th/20th Century), a parkland landscape with a deer, signed and dated (18)92 l.r., watercolour, 33 by 51cm, in a fine 19th Century gilt gesso frame £150 - £200 252. Alicia Margaret Tyssen Amhurst, Lady Rockley (British, 1865-1941), botanical studies, seven, each initialled A.R, two dated 1935, watercolour 35 by 24.5cm, framed , together with a copy of ‘A History of Gardening in England’, Alicia Amhurst, Bernard Quaritch, London, 1895, first edition (8). Note: the artist was an English horticulturist, botanist and author of the first scholarly account of English Gardening History published in 1895. Provenance: passed by descent through the artist’s family £100 - £150

247 247. Nathalie Picoulet (French, 1968), Le Petit Turban Rouge, signed l.l., pastel, 26 by 25cm, framed £700 - £800 248. Leonard Francis Wyburd (British, 1865-1958), portrait of a young woman, bust length wearing a black dress and white shawl, signed and dated 1893 l.l., watercolour on card, 51 by 38cm, unframed £200 - £300 249. A 19th Century album containing sheets of handwritten poetry, prose and seven pencil and chalk drawings of portraits and classical figures, two loose portrait drawings, one signed H.K.B, and an album of fifteen etchings by Jacques Callot, seven amateur drawings after the etchings and three pencil drawings by George Brown, two dated 1829 and 1836 and miscellaneous engravings and etchings, and another album of Victorian sketches, 1860s/70s many inscribed and dated, some with watercolour (parcel) £50 - £80 253 For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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253. E.M.C monogram (British, late 19th Century), portrait of a young lady in half profile, bust length in a white dress and green shawl, signed with monogram l.l., indistinctly inscribed and dated 1882 on artist’s label verso, watercolour, 40 by 28cm, gilt frame £200 - £300

261. Andrey Rostislavovich Lopatin (Russian, 1951), My Favourite Place in Russia, Fishing in the Kalininsky Region 1985, monogrammed and dated 85 l.l, mixed media, 64cm x 53cm, framed £500 - £700

254. Isabelle Forrest (British, 19th/20th Century), Anise in Flower and Seed, signed with initials l.r., titled verso, watercolour, 22 by 13cm, framed, together with a facsimile of the 1930 edition of The Herb Garden by Frances A. Bardswell, with illustrations by the Hon. Florence Amherst and Isabelle Forrest, with the present watercolour reproduced on page 61 (2) £50 - £80

262. Henry Hadfield Cubley (British, 1858-1934), Old Houses Arthog North Wales, signed and dated 1916 l.r, oil on canvas, 50cm x 76cm, framed £150 - £250

255. Mario Grixoni (Italian, 1879-1946), portrait of a gentleman, bust length wearing a jacket and tie, signed and inscribed l.r., charcoal, 54 by 36cm, framed £40 - £60

264. Olwen Tarrant FROI (British, 1927), Majorca Waterfront, signed l.l, oil on canvas, 54cm x 65cm, framed £100 - £200

256. Gladys E. Calthrop (British, 1894-1980), three costume designs for Noel Coward’s ‘Bitter-Sweet’, Act.III scene I, all signed and inscribed, pen and ink and watercolour, 48 by 35cm and smaller, framed, with an accompanying programme for the 1929 production (4) £150 - £250 257. † Peter Joyce (British, 1964), Moor Parish, signed and dated 1989 l.c., mixed media on paper, 30 by 38cm, framed £400 - £500 258. 20th Century School, Mysterious Landscape, signed indistinctly l.l, oil on canvas, 84cm x 79cm, framed £40 - £60

263. Olwen Tarrant FROI (British, 1927), Still Life, unsigned, oil on canvas, 59cm x 72cm, framed £70 - £90

265. K. Hughes (19th century), Inside the Old Barn, signed l.l, oil on canvas, 45cm x 67cm, gilt framed £350 - £450 266. Roy Perry (British, 1935-1993), Suffolk River Landscape, signed l.l, mixed media, 33cm x 53cm, framed £250 - £350 267. Margaret Glass (British, 1951), Blakeney Norfolk, signed l.r, mixed media, 33cm x 48cm, framed £80 - £120 268. Ruth Collet (British, 1909-2001), The Walled Garden, signed, mixed media, 33cm x 41cm, unframed £40 - £60 269. L.W. Lewis (20th century), Red Sails, signed l.r, oil on board, 45cm x 56cm, framed £60 - £80 270. Timothy Vivian (British, 1926), Moored Boats, signed l.r, mixed media, 34cm x 48cm, framed £80 - £120

259 259. † Jeremy C.G, King (British, 1933), a view of Windsor Castle from the Thames, signed and dated 1966 l.r., oil on board, 40 by 120cm, framed £150 - £250 260. F.. E.. Hill (British, Exh.1899), Sherbourne, Warwick, signed, titled and dated 1880 verso, oil on canvas, 21 by 34cm, framed, and another oil on canvas by the same artist, titled Near Worcester, 16 by 24cm, framed (2) £40 - £60

271. Timothy Vivian (British, 1926), Abstract Wooded River Landscape, unsigned, oil on board, 48cm x 57cm, framed £80 - £120 272. Jonathan Shaw (British, 1959), Setting Sun, signed l.r, oil, 30cm x 60cm, framed £100 - £200 273. Tom Pomfret (1920-1997), La Roque Gageac, signed l.r, mixed media, 56cm x 48cm, framed £70 - £90 274. Anthony Baynes (British, 1921-2003), Abstract Landscape, signed l.l, oil on canvas, 61cm x 46cm, framed £80 - £120 275. Anthony Baynes (British, 1921-2003), Abstract Portrait Study, unsigned, oil on canvas, 60cm x 50cm, framed£100 - £200 276. Olwen Tarrant FROI (British, 1927), Still Life with Lady Reading, signed, oil on canvas, 65cm x 55cm, framed £120 - £160 277. Olwen Tarrant FROI (British, 1927), Still Life, unsigned, oil on canvas, 60cm x 60cm, framed £70 - £90 278. Olwen Tarrant FROI (British, 1927), Reclining Nude, signed l.r, oil on canvas, 70cm x 90cm, framed £100 - £200 279. Martin Mackeown (Irish, 1931), The Old Greyhound Jug, signed l.r, oil on board, 45cm x 40cm, framed £60 - £80 280. Erwin Pfefferle (German, 1880-1962), Still Life Roses, Apples and a Fan, signed l.l, oil on board, 49cm x 38cm, framed £250 - £350

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281. French School (20th century), Winter Landscape, signed M. Gaudin l.r, oil on canvas, 60cm x 90cm, framed £300 - £500 282. British School (20th century), Newquay Harbour, signed Tennyer l.r, oil on canvas, 60cm x 90cm, framed £100 - £200

287. Robert Watson (British, 1865-1916), a Scottish Highland landscape with cattle grazing, signed and dated 1911 l.r., oil on canvas, 78 by 60cm, in the original gilt gallery frame £1,500 - £2,000

283. David Fowles (British, 1949), The Boathouse Shrewsbury, signed l.r, oil on canvas, 46cm x 60cm, framed £300 - £500 284. Anthony Baynes (British, 1921-2003), Abstract Tree Study, signed l.l, oil on board, 32cm x 40cm, framed £40 - £60 285. M..N.. (British, late 19th Century), sheep resting in a landscape, signed with initials l.l., oil on board, 24 by 18cm, gilt frame £60 - £100

288 288. H..Jackson (British, late 19th Century), cockerels and chicks in a barn, a pair, signed l.l., oil on board, 23 by 33cm, gilt frames (2) £50 - £80

286 286. Rosie J. Morison (British, fl.1889-1904), a pastoral landscape with buildings, signed l.l., oil on board, 25 by 34cm, gilt frame £80 - £120

289 289. Oliver Clare (British, 1853-1927), still life of flowers and a bird nest on a mossy bank; still life of apples, plums and raspberries on a mossy bank, a pair, signed l.r., oil on re-lined canvas, 30 by 24cm, gilt frames (2) £400 - £600 290. E..Brown (British, late 19th Century), A Mountain Spring, signed l.r., oil on canvas, 39 by 28cm, gilt frame £40 - £60 291. Theodore Hines (British, fl.1876-1889), A Highland Stream, (Nr Dunkeld), signed l.r., titled and signed verso, oil on canvas, 35 by 24cm, gilt frame £100 - £150

292 292. William J. King (British, 1857), landscape with figure on a bridge over falls, signed and dated 1890 l.r., oil on canvas, 35 by 52cm, gilt frame £50 - £80 287

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293. John McIntosh Murray (Scottish, late 19th Century), three infants on a Scottish moorland lane, two wearing tam o’shanters; boy wearing a tam o’shanter observing a girl collecting heather in a Scottish landscape, a pair, signed with initials, indistinctly signed on old label remnants verso, oil on board, 25 by 24cm, gilt frames (2) £50 - £80

295. David Bates (British, 1849-1921), a wooded landscape with two figures conversing beside a gate, signed and dated 188(2?), l.l., oil on canvas, 28 by 21cm, gilt frame £100 - £150

296 294 294. Follower of Charles Francois Daubigny, washerwomen on the banks of a river, bears signature l.l., oil on board, 24.5 x 30cm, gilt frame £150 - £200

296. Richard Whitford (British, 1821-1890), a thoroughbred hunter in a stable, signed and dated 1863 l.r., oil on canvas, 50 by 60cm, gilt frame £300 - £500 297. British School, late 19th Century, portrait of a lady, bust length wearing a shawl, oil on canvas, 36 by 28cm, gilt frame £100 - £150 298. George Clare (British, 1830-1900), still life of apples, plums and raspberries on a mossy bank, oil on canvas, 18 by 14cm, gilt frame £150 - £200

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299 299. Marco Mavrovich (American, 1960), Venice Afternoon, signed l.r., also signed, titled and date 1997 verso, oil on canvas, 61 by 76cm, framed. Provenance: The Dart Gallery, Dartmouth, 1999, insured in 2008 for £9,000 £2,000 - £3,000

300. Flemish School, 17th Century, The Mass of Saint Gregory, oil on panel, 24.5 by 17.5cm, in an ebonised tabernacle frame. Note: this composition is probably based on a late 15th Century engraving of the subject by Israhel van Mechelem £400 - £600

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301. Spanish School, 17th/18th Century, the infant Christ with a lamb, reverse painting on glass, 10 by 12.5cm, framed £100 - £150

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302. † Peter Brown N.E.A.C. (British, 1967), Sonning Lock I, signed and dated 2000 l.r., titled, signed and dated verso, oil on board, 19 by 60cm, framed. Provenance: Patterson Gallery £1,900 - £2,100

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304. † Peter Brown N.E.A.C. (British, 1967), Sonning Lock II, signed and dated 2000 l.l., titled, signed and dated verso, oil on board, 29 by 39cm, framed. Provenance: Patterson Gallery £1,800 - £2,000

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305. † Peter Brown N.E.A.C. (British, 1967), Up from the Lock and Weir (Sonning), signed and dated 2000 l.l., titled, signed and dated verso, oil on board, 19 by 60cm, framed. Provenance: Patterson Gallery £1,900 - £2,100

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309 309. Duncan Fraser McLea (Scottish, 1841-1916), Marsden, Durham Coast, October Morning, signed and dated 1906 l.l., titled, signed and dated verso, oil on board, 16 by 28cm, gilt frame £300 - £500

306 306. John Crane (British, 19th/20th Century), head study of a ram, signed l.r., oil on board, 25 by 20cm, gilt frame £300 - £500 307. George Turner (British, 1843-1910), Monsall Dale, Derbyshire, signed and dated 1876 l.l., titled on Oakham Fine Art label verso, oil on re-lined canvas, 40 by 65cm, gilt frame £4,000 - £6,000 308. Circle of Edward Aubrey Hunt, a coastal scene with fishing vessels, lobster baskets and a lighthouse; a coastal scene with fishing vessels on calm waters, a pair, oil on board, 29 by 49cm, gilt frames (2) £250 - £350

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310. George Armfield (British, 1808-1893), two terriers rabbiting, signed l.l., oil on board, 22 by 30cm, gilt frame £300 - £400

313 313. British School, 19th Century, Highland landscapes with cattle watering, a pair, oil on canvas, 17 by 24cm, gilt frames (2) £50 - £80

311 311. After Thomas Gainsborough R.A., English circa 1780, Landguard Fort, Suffolk, oil on re-lined canvas, titled on a gilt plaque below, Parker Gallery label verso, 60 by 90cm, gilt frame. Note: Gainsborough’s original South East view of Landguard Fort was commissioned in 1753 by Philip Thicknesse who was then Lieutenant-Governor of Landguard Fort. This is an interpretation of that painting. £300 - £500

314 314. Manner of Juan Gris, a cubist still life, bears signature l.l., 52 by 42cm, oil on canvas, £100 - £150

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312. † Alfred Aaron Wolmark R.A. (Polish, 1877-1961), landscape with a tree beside a bridge, oil on panel, 40 buy 30cm, gilt frame.

315. British School, 19th Century, The King’s Dream of his Son Killed by a Lion, from Aesop’s Fables, oil on board, 48 by 67cm, unframed £200 - £300

Provenance: Christie’s bar code label verso, (lacking Lot number), stencil No.6, L.174, paper label with title and Sotheby’s Lot 12, 3/6/82 £200 - £300

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316. Richard Gregory (British, 20th Century), Sunset, signed u.r., oil on board, 52 by 62cm, framed £40 - £60

319. British School, circa 1930s, an artist in his studio, oil on canvas, 51 by 51cm, unframed £150 - £200

320 317 317. T. F. Crowther (British, early 20th Century), The Promenade, signed l.r., oil on canvas, 51 by 61cm, unframed £150 - £250

320. Roman School, 17th Century, The Adoration of the Shepherds, oil on canvas, 50 by 70cm, unstretched and unframed £200 - £300 321. Manner of Giuseppe Ghisolfi, a capriccio of classical ruins with figures, oil on canvas, 76 by 53cm, unstretched and unframed £100 - £150

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318. Follower of James Ward, a wooded landscape with deer, oil on canvas, 68 by 91cm, unframed £100 - £150

322. Circle of John Brett, a coastal scene with sheep in the foreground, oil on canvas, 61 by 91cm, unframed £150 - £200

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323. Manner of Hendrik Terbruggen, a pipe smoker, oil on canvas, 46 by 37cm, unframed £100 - £200 324. Townsend (British, 20th Century), a tea garden, signed l.r., oil on board, 60 by 50cm, unframed £50 - £80 325. Circle of George Goodwin Kilburne, the aspiring huntswoman, oil on canvas, 46 by 32cm, unframed £150 - £200

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329. Circle of John Hopner, portrait of a lady, half length in a white dress, oil on canvas, 76 by 63cm, unstretched and unframed £100 - £200 330. British School, circa 1820, portrait of a young sportsman, half length in a dark coat and grey waistcoat holding a gun, oil on canvas, 86 by 72cm, unstretched and unframed £300 - £500

326 326. Circle of Alfred Elmore, lady and her maid in an interior, oil on canvas, 50.5 by 40.5cm, unframed, together with four Victorian portraits, one oil on canvas, one pastel, one watercolour and one coloured chalks, all unframed (5) £100 - £150 327. British School, mid 19th Century, portrait of a gentleman, half length seated in a dark coat; and portrait of his wife, half length seated, in a black and white lace bonnet; portrait of a gentleman, half length in a dark coat and holding a riding crop; portrait of a boy, half length in a brown coat and holding books and British school, late 19th Century, portrait of a lady seated wearing a white bonnet, oil on canvas, largest 75 by 62cm, all unstretched and unframed (5) £200 - £300 328. British School, mid 19th Century, portrait of a young lady, half length reclining wearing a white undershirt, oil on canvas, 72 by 84cm, unstretched and unframed £300 - £500

331 331. British School, mid 18th Century, portrait of a young gentleman, three quarter length, in grey coat and blue waistcoat holding his hat, oil on canvas laid down on board, oval, 69 by 54cm, unframed £300 - £500

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332. Circle of Sir John Baptist Medina, portrait of lady said to be Anne Hume, daughter of Sir Patrick Hume of Polwarth, half length in a red and white dress, a country house in the distance, inscribed on old label verso, oil on canvas, 75 by 63cm, unframed £600 - £800

334 334. George Scarth French (British, act.1894-1910), a view of Whitby, signed and 1910 l.r., oil on board, 25.5 by 40.5cm, unframed £50 - £80 335. Circle of John Nash, a farmstead, indistinctly signed l.r., oil on canvas, 41 by 51cm, framed £200 - £300 336. Circle of Sir Godfrey Kneller, portrait of King William III, three quarter length standing in Coronation robes, oil on canvas, 128 by 102cm, unframed £1,000 - £1,500 337. Flemish School early 17th Century, portrait of a gentleman, head and shoulders wearing a lace ruff, oil canvas, 50 by 50cm, unframed £400 - £600 333 333. Oskar Robert Dogarth (Austrian, 1898-1961), still life of flowers in a glass vase on a ledge, signed l.r., oil on board, 31 by 41cm, unframed £150 - £200

338. After Fyodor Rokatov, portrait of Catherine The Great, Empress of Russia, half length, in profile, in a jewelled headdress, white dress and ermine robe with a Russian Imperial order, oil on canvas, 92 by 72cm, in an 18th Century gilt gesso Lely frame £800 - £1,200

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341. Emma Belloc (British, late 19th/early 20th Century), portrait of Lady Carlile, half length in profile, in a white dress, oil on canvas, 69 by 51cm, in a contemporary Watts gilt frame £400 - £600

339 339. Felix Serra (Spanish, 1941), a beach scene with mother and child, signed l.l., oil on canvas, 32 by 40cm, gilt frame £250 - £350

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340. Felix Serra (Spanish, 1941), a beach scene with a mother wearing a sun hat and two children, signed l.l., oil on canvas, 32 by 40cm, gilt frame £200 - £300

342. Ahmed Sabry (Egyptian, 1889-1955), portrait of a young woman, seated, three quarter length, in a brown dress, signed and dated 1927 l.r., oil on canvas, 115 by 85cm, gilt frame £600 - £800

343 343. Laura Fidler (British, 1856-1935), still life of a jug of summer flowers, a plate of fruit and a tray, signed l.r., oil on canvas, 46.5 by 53cm, framed £200 - £300 341

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344. British School, early 20th Century, portrait of a young woman in profile, head and shoulders, in a crimson dress, oil on canvas, 40 by 35cm, gilt frame £100 - £150

345 345. Alice Mary Burton (British, 1893-1968), still of roses in a porcelain bowl, signed l.l., oil on canvas, 30.5 by 41cm, gilt frame £150 - £200 347 347. Alice Mary Burton (British, 1893-1968), still life of pink roses in a glass jug, oil on canvas, 56 by 46cm ,framed £200 - £300

346 346. † Alice Mary Burton (British, 1893-1968), still life of chrysanthemum in a glass vase, signed with initials l.l., oil on canvas, 55 by 66cm, in the original leaf moulded gilt frame. Note: Alice Mary Burton (1893-1968) was born on September 21st 1893 in Nogent-sur-Oise in France. She studied art at the Byam Shaw and Vicat Cole School of Art and at the Regent Street Polytechnic School (Bronze and Silver Medals). She was a portrait and figure painter, although she did produce a few landscapes. She was elected a full Member of the Royal Society of British Artists in 1932. She lived in North Wales (1913), Royal Tunbridge Wells and London (1921) £200 - £300

348 348. Circle of Richard Buckner, portrait of Eliza Beatty, nee Moore wife of Rev Thomas Beatty, seated three quarter length, in a white dress and holding a rose, a view of York Minster in the distance, oil on panel, 47 by 37cm, gilt frame £300 - £500

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349. William Moore of York (British, 19th Century), portrait of Mrs Moore, nee Jackson, (1792-1825), wife of the artist, full length standing by a doorway wearing a black dress, pink shawl and straw bonnet, oil on canvas, 52 by 40cm, gilt frame £200 - £300

350. British School, mid 19th Century, Commander John Talbot Burgoyne V.C. Senior Lieutenant of the Swallow and Commander Cecil William Buckley V.C., Junior Lieutenant of the ‘Miranda’ at Genitchi on 29th May 1855, inscribed on a plaque with an extract of a Dispatch from Admiral Lord Lyons, oil on canvas, 36 by 46cm, gilt frame £200 - £300

351. Continental School, 19th Century, a lake scene through trees, indistinctly signed l.r., Chobal...G (?), oil on canvas, 55.5 by 60.5cm, gilt frame £50 - £100

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352. An antique French Baccarat clear facet cut glass paperweight, encased blue and white anemone, star cut base, 5cm high, width 6.5cm £80 - £120 353. An antique French Baccarat large Macedoine paperweight, of dome form, 6cm high, width 7.5cm £80 - £120 354. A Whitefriars clear facet concentric millefiori glass paperweight, dated 1971, 5cm high, width 7cm, and a Whitefriars tall dome finger cut paperweight, dated 1972, 8cm high (2) £30 - £50

360 359. Koloman Moser for Bakalowits and Sons, a Secessionist green and colourless glass liqueur glass, circa 1900, the vertically ribbed trumpet form bowl on a plain slender stem and splayed foot, 14.5cm high £40 - £70 360. Wilhelm Steigerwald, a pair of Jugendstil wine glasses, circa 1910, roemer type, the dimpled and cut green glass bowls of quatrelobed and ribbon trailed splayed feet, highlighted in gilt, 19.5cm high (2) £50 - £80

355. A Perthshire PP28 millefiori glass paperweight with facet cut top, signed, 5cm high, width 7cm, and a Caithness limited edition Christmas rose facet cut glass paperweight, 1982 version, 5cm high, width 6cm (2) £30 - £50

356 & 357 356. A 19th century cut glass caddy spoon, Stourbridge, circa 1840, denticulated and hobnail cut, with long handle and star cut terminal, 7cm long £100 - £120 357. A 19th century cut glass caddy spoon, Stourbridge, circa 1840, denticulated and hobnail cut, 6cm long £100 - £120 358. Harrach, a Bohemian enamelled glass vase, circa 1890, optic ribbed footed conical form, decorated with flowers and insects, highlighted in gilt, below a jewelled border, 18.5cm high £40 - £70

361 361. Kralik, an Austrian orange oil spot glass and bronze vase, circa 1900, the inverse globe and shaft body with crimped rim in a cast cradle of stylised leaves united by dragonflies, 27cm high £60 - £80

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362. A frosted crackle glass cocktail set of hunting interest, European, circa 1930s, comprising shaker, four conical glasses and condiment bottle, the shaker and glasses with silvered images of huntsmen on horses, chrome mounts, shaker 27cm high (6) £50 - £80 363. Ludwig Kny for Stuart and Sons, an Art Deco cut glass bowl, circa 1930s, footed conical form, decorated with mitre cut trellis and foliate frond design, acid mark, 30cm diameter £30 - £50 364. Nazeing, an Art Deco cloudy green glass bowl, circa 1930s, wide brimmed ogee form, mottled opaque and bubbled, polished pontil, 29cm diameter £20 - £40 365. Kralik (attributed), a pair of Art Deco glass vases, circa 1925, pedestal ovoid form, tango orange and black spattered to the lower section, 25.5cm high (2) £40 - £70 366. Irene Stevens for Webb Corbett, a Modernist cut glass cocktail shaker, circa 1940s, the shouldered body with spiral motifs over horizontal wave design, 23.5cm high £30 - £50

368 368. Flavio Poli, a Sommerso triple cased glass vase, 1960s, teardrop form, magenta, blue and pale yellow, 16.5cm high £50 - £80 369. Davidson, a Signature Range glass bowl, circa 1962, frosted and polished conical form, etched mark Davidson, 20cm diameter £20 - £40

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367. Tapio Wirkkala for Iittala, a set of six Tapio wine glasses, designed circa 1952, each with open air bubble inclusion to the conical stem, 13cm high (6) £30 - £50

370. Tapio Wirkkala for Iitala, a Modernist Ultima Thule glass bowl, circa 1968, textured ice crystal sides transforming to a melting noduled base with three feet, 16.5cm diameter, 10cm high £20 - £40 371. Tamara Aladin for Riihimaki, a Finnish Modernist glass vase, model 1376, circa 1970, in green cased glass, 25.5cm high £20 - £40

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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CONTINENTAL CERAMICS 374. A Meissen figurine of a young lady, 20th Century, wearing a hat, purple top and floral dress, polychrome and gilt decorated, blue crossed swords marks and No.115, 10.5cm high £100 - £120

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372. Konrad Hentschel for Meissen, a figure of a boy on a hobby horse, model W120 circa 1914, modelled wearing a newspaper hat, incised and underglaze marks, 17cm high £1,400 - £1,800

375. A Meissen figure of a boy vintner, 20th Century, modelled standing wearing a hat and carrying a basket of grapes on his back, floral waistcoat, green jacket and blue breeches, on a scrollwork plinth, polychrome and gilt decoration, blue crossed swords mark and No.60312, 12.5cm high £100 - £150 376. A Meissen figurine of a woman seated beside a tree stump with a garland of flowers, 20th Century, wearing a floral dress, on a scroll plinth, polychrome and gilt decoration, blue crossed swords mark and incised No.9, 11cm high £100 - £120 377. An Italian oval portrait miniature on porcelain, Pellegrina, (Pilgrim woman), titled, indistinctly signed Paolo Gxxxxxxxxx and dated 1870 verso, 6 by 4.5cm, unframed £50 - £80 378. A pair of late 19th Century Samson gentleman and lady vintner companion figures, each modelled standing holding a basket of grapes, polychrome and gilt decoration, pseudo puce Derby marks, 26cm high (2) £80 - £120

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379. A series of five assorted late 19th Century hard paste figures, to include a Samson figure group of lady and gentleman with a telescope, pseudo Derby marks, another with gentleman and dog and lady on a donkey, shepherd and shepherdess figures, one with pseudo Chelsea anchor mark and a miniature figure of a boy with flowers, largest 19cm high (5) £80 - £120

373. Three Meissen models of swans, 20th Century, all with realistic plumage, the large model on a naturalistic plinth, incised No.214, 12.5cm high, and two smaller, one impressed No.146, the other No.1465, 7.5cm high, all three with blue crossed swords marks (3) £200 - £250

380. A late 19th Century Vienna cabinet plate, circa 1890, painted with an artist, putti and classical maiden, within a jewelled and raised gilt border, underglaze blue beehive mark, diameter 24.5cm £50 - £80

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381. A pair of Samson porcelain bottle vases, late 19th Century, painted in the famille rose palette with garlands of flowers, gilt detailing, 23.5cm high, and an unassociated porcelain sugar bowl (3) £80 - £120

382 382. A late 19th Century porcelain portrait plaque of a young European lady in profile, wearing a bead necklace, indistinct pencil script verso, 21 by 13cm, framed £100 - £120 383. A Royal Copenhagen vase, circa 1915, squat ovoid form with reticulated rim, decorated with Morning Glory, on a pale blue to white ground, printed and painted marks, 280/159, 66, 6.5cm high £30 - £50 384. A Veuve Perrin faience painted plate, fluted, the central image of two musical putti in clouds within a raised gilt garland and C scroll wreath, together with a Meissen floral painted plate, scratched mark, 27cm and 24.5cm diameter (2) £40 - £70

386 386. Goldscheider, figure of a Dutch woman, highlighted in gilt, impressed marks and numbered 1935 1744 2 86cm high £600 - £900 387. A Hutschenreuther porcelain model of swans in flight, modelled by Achtziger, impressed and printed factory marks, 33cm high £200 - £250 388. An Art Deco part dinner service of Badonvillier Paradis plates and bowl, stencil decorated with birds within geometric borders, 22cm and 18.5cm diameter (11) £40 - £60

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385. A large Royal Dux figure of a man on a camel, with attendant below, late 20th century, impressed numbers and pink triangle, 60cm high £500 - £800

389. A Staffordshire teapot of Whieldon type, circa 1765, of ovoid form with flower head finial and moulded vine design, simulated branch handle and spout, 12cm high £100 - £150

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390. A Staffordshire slipware pottery twin handled posset pot, circa 1700, marbled glaze frieze, 13cm high £1,000 - £1,200 391. Three various 18th Century English delftware plates, circa 1720-1780, a near pair with polychrome central star decoration and an octagonal example decorated with a blue and white cherub amongst foliage, 22cm diameter (3) £30 - £50 392. A Staffordshire slipware circular pottery dish, circa 1800, central image of a primitive bid and sun within a drapery border, 24cm diameter £50 - £80 393. A creamware footed bowl and cover, probably Leeds, circa 1780, of ogee form, flower head final , pink painted foliage, 9.5cm high £50 - £80 394. A Pinxton porcelain coffee cup and saucer, circa 1797, reeded and decorated with a gilt band spiral motifs, the cup with incised P mark, saucer 14.5cm diameter £30 - £50 395. A series of Newhall and Keeling tea and coffee wares, circa 1780s-1790s, include a Newhall silver shaped teapot and cover, pattern No.186, 15cm high, a Newhall helmet shaped cream jug, pattern No.241, two other helmet shaped cream jugs, including one wrythen, various tea bowls and saucers, four coffee cans, to include Minton, New Hall and Coalport (parcel) £200 - £300

396 396. A Worcester (Barr) inkwell, circa 1800, or cylindrical form, the frieze painted with a continuous band of trailing flowering foliage, unmarked, 9cm high £500 - £600 397. M Noble for Copeland, a Parian ware bust of Purity, circa 1869, impressed marks Ceramic and Crystal Palace Art Union, socle, 33cm high £100 - £150

390

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398. A late 19th Century Spode oval twin handled basket, circa 1880, decorated in a Japan pattern in the imari palette, simulated branch handles and feet, blue printed Spode backstamp, 30cm wide, mounted on a raised cased electroplated stand of trailing vines, oval oak plinth £200 - £300

402A. A Minton cabinet plate, painted with a central roundel of a cherub, raised gilt and jewelled border, 24cm diameter £80 - £120

399. G White for Minton, an oval porcelain plaque, circa 1890, painted with a young girl with a basket beside a stile, signed, 13 by 9cm, gilt frame £200 - £300 400. A 19th Century Prattware plate, The Truant after by T. Webster, simulated malachite border, gilt detailing, 24cm diameter, with an Edwardian Staffordshire 1911 Honley Industrial & Equitable Society commemorative plate (2) £50 - £70 401. A Derby porcelain plaque, mid 19th Century, painted with two birds beside a tree stump, raised gilt scroll border, deep blue reserve ground, blue script pseudo Sevres mark, 10cm diameter £100 - £200 403 401A. Frederick Chivers for Coalport, a porcelain cabinet plate, painted with fruit on a mossy bank signed, gilt and raised gilt border, diameter 23cm £200 - £300

403. An early 19th Century Staffordshire pearlware punch bowl, circa 1810, printed with the Boy in the Window pattern, overpainted polychrome decoration, 28cm diameter £80 - £120

404 404. An early 19th Century Staffordshire pearlware punch bowl, circa 1810, printed with the Boy in the Window pattern, overpainted polychrome decoration, 27cm diameter £80 - £120 405. An English pottery cow creamer, Staffordshire or Yorkshire, circa 1815, spotted decoration on a green mottled glazed plinth, 12cm high £100 - £150 406. An early 19th Century sale glazed stoneware large marriage presentation loving cup, Nottingham or Derbyshire, sgraffito decoration of primitive foliage, inscription reading George & Elizabeth Yates, Birchore, Dec. 14 1809, 25cm high £100 - £150

402 402. A Dixon & Austin Sunderland pink lustre watch stand, circa 1820, in the form of a longcase clock flanked by a classically draped boy and girl standing beside a plinth, impressed maker’s mark, 28.5cm high £100 - £150

407. A Coalport Campana urn vase, circa 1830, twin handled, relief moulded with foliate scrolls and floral garlands, painted with exotic birds, and highlighted in gilt, on acanthus bracket pedestal foot, 15cm high £30 - £50 408. A Spode type Imari plate, circa 1810, together with a creamware painted plate, 25cm and 21.5cm diameter (2) £30 - £50

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.



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409. Fred Passenger for William De Morgan, a large Persian flowering foliage twin handled vase, Merton Abbey circa 1885, twin handled amphora form, turquoise rim and handles, impressed and painted marks FP, 33cm high £12,000 - £15,000

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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410. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a stoneware sculptural bird jar, 1884, modelled as a characterful figure with elongated curved beak and winking eye, the upper part of the head forms the lid, incised marks to tail RW Martin London 1884, incised marks to head RW Martin + Brothers, London + Southall 6. 1884 and also to the rim of the body, 36cm high £60,000 - £80,000

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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411. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a stoneware sculptural bird jar, circa 1890s, modelled as a characterful monk with rotating head and splayed claws on a mound base, glazed in tones of green and brown, incised marks to lid Martin Brothers London + Southall and to body Martin Bros London + Southall, 29.5cm high £25,000 - £30,000

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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412. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a stoneware sculptural bird jar, 1884, modelled as a characterful figure with pointed beak and winking eye, partially rotating head, glazed in tones of greens and browns, incised marks to head RW Martin Bros London + Southall 5. 1884, incised marks to tail RW Martin Bros London + Southall, 33.5cm high Provenance: Phillips, 15th March 1984, lot 407

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.

£40,000 - £50,000


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413. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a stoneware sculptural bird jar, 1882, modelled as a chick with open beak, open webbed feet, glazed in tones of greens and browns, incised marks to head RW Martin. Sc: London + Southall 1882, incised marks to feet Martin London 1882, 27.5cm high £25,000 - £30,000

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414. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a stoneware sculptural bird jar, 1899, modelled as a characterful figure with protruding hooked beak and raised eyebrow, on scaly webbed feet, rotating head, incised marks to head Martin Bros London + Southall 3. 1899, incised marks to base Martin Bros London + Southall 3. 1899, 28cm high, Provenance: Sotheby's, 23rd April 1982, lot 234; Christie’s 10th December 1994 lot 401

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.

£30,000 - £40,000


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415. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a stoneware sculptural spoon warmer, circa 1885, modelled as a grotesque scaly creature with wide open mouth and prominent ears, incised marks 21 RW Martin London + Southall, 17cm long £15,000 - £20,000

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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416. Edwin and Walter Martin for Martin Brothers, a stoneware aquatic vase, 1899, of swollen square section with sgraffito swimming lizards amongst waterweed in ochre, green and brown on a buff ground, incised 3-1899 Martin Bros London & Southall, 19.5cm high. Provenance: Lot 449, Sotheby’s Belgravia, 8th November 1973 £4,000 - £6,000 417. Edwin Martin for Martin Brothers, a stoneware vase, 1898, spherical shouldered form with cylindrical flared neck, sgraffito decorated with three dragons, salt glazed ground, incised marks, 6-1898, Martin Brothers, London + Southall, 23cm high £3,500 - £4,500 418. George Tinworth for Doulton Lambeth, circa 1880, a small square planter, flared rim, each corner with a model of a cherub holding a tennis racket, with an alternating relief moulded oval floral device over a reef, outswept scroll feet, mottled brown, blue and olive glazes, incised mark for George Tinworth, Lambeth mark to the inner opening, 12cm high £500 - £800 419. George Tinworth for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware Merry Musicians figural menu holder, circa 1895, modelled as a tambourine player, seated in a plinth, polychrome glazed, incised monogram and impressed marks, 11.5cm high £500 - £700 420. George Tinworth for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware mouse figural vase, Electricity, circa 1885, pink and blue glazed crimped trumpet vessel, modelled with two mice, incised monogram and impressed marks, 13.5cm high Note: see Richard Dennis exhibition Doulton Pottery from the Lambeth and Burslem Studios, Part II, June - July 1975, number 302, for an illustration of this vase £2,500 - £3,500 421. A Royal Doulton stoneware suffragette ink pot, circa 1910, in the form of a baby wearing an apron, blue and olive glazes, hinged head, impressed marks and Rd.No.537199, 9cm high £200 - £300

420

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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422. A Royal Doulton stoneware suffragette ink pot, circa 1910, in the form of a baby wearing an apron, olive and caramel glazes, hinged head, impressed marks and Rd.No. 537199, 9cm high £200 - £300 423. Gwendoline Buckler for Della Robbia, an art pottery twin handled vase, footed baluster form with zoomorphic mask handles, slip decorated with flowers and foliate sprigs, incised marks, 181, 18cm high £900 - £1,200

427 424 424. A Della Robbia vase, ovoid form, dated 1896, stylised foliate sgrafitto decoration, 10cm high £100 - £200 425. Two pairs of Minton Hollins Aesthetic Movement glazed tile panels, late 19th Century, one pair depicting flowers in a Willow pattern ovoid vase, the other pair depicting a bird on a floral branch in a pot, moulded marks, each panel 60 by 15cm, framed (4) £100 - £150

427. Wemyss for Thomas Goode, a large reticulated vase, shouldered form with pierced holes, painted with yellow and red chrysanthemums, impressed and printed marks, 38cm high £400 - £600 428. Ruskin Pottery, a high fired table lamp base, 1920s, of shouldered cylindrical form, with fretwork holes to base, purple and ox blood high fired glaze, impressed marks, 24cm high £500 - £800

429 429. A Ruskin Pottery high fired pedestal bowl, circa 1920, circular form with outswept foot, high fired purple and ox blood glaze, remnants of old Ruskin paper trade labels, 11cm high, 22cm diameter, on a fretwork wooden stand £400 - £600 426 426. An Amphora Art Pottery vase, circa 1900, bottle form with a wrythen extended neck, the body with four protruding openings, painted with Glasgow Rose panels in yellow, green and pink on a pastel yellow ground, impressed marks and No.3963, 41cm high £200 - £300

430. Assorted Ruskin Pottery high fired cabochon buttons and plaques of various shapes £80 - £120 431. Assorted Ruskin Pottery high fired cabochon buttons and plaques of various shapes, some on a Ruskin trade card £80 - £120

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432. Assorted Ruskin Pottery high fired cabochon buttons and plaques of various shapes, some on a Ruskin trade card £80 - £120

436. Attributed to Francis Arthur Edwardes and William Moorcroft, a flambé figure of a sealion, circa 1925, integral plinth, underglaze blue W.M monogram and Christie’s stock label No.WW350, 20cm high, 22cm wide.

433. Ruskin Pottery, a reticulated Lustre ginger jar, circa 1920, pierced with five floral rosettes each with six heart shaped petals, iridescent turquoise glaze, impressed marks, 12.5cm high £40 - £60

Literature: illustrated in Moorcroft, 1897-1993, Paul Atterbury, Richard Dennis Publications, page 131, plate 3 £5,000 - £7,000

434. A Moorcroft Companions Cat, inverse elongated baluster form, on wooden base, overall 37cm high £80 - £120

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435. William Moorcroft, a Hazledene teapot, circa 1910, loop handled globular form, tubelined and painted decoration to a green ground, impressed marks and underglaze green signature, 20cm high £500 - £800

437. William Moorcroft, an Anemone vase, circa 1930, baluster form, green ground, impressed marks and facsimile and underglaze green signature, 24cm high £300 - £500

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440 440. William John Moorcroft, a large Bee and Honeycomb vase, circa 1980, shouldered ovoid form, light blue ground, impressed marks and green W.M monogram, 30cm high.

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Note: examples of the Bee and Honeycomb design have appeared on the market although a vase such proportions as this is thought to be a one-off £600 - £800

438. William Moorcroft for James Macintyre, a Florian Ware cornflower vase, circa 1905, bottle form with knopped flared neck, yellow, blue and mottled light blue ground, printed marks and green W.M Des monogram, 28cm high £400 - £600

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439. William Moorcroft, an Anemone vase, circa 1930, bottle form, pink and violet on a cream ground, impressed marks and facsimile signature and underglaze blue signature, 32cm high £200 - £300

441. Walter Moorcroft, a King Protea trial vase, campana form, yellow, green and pink on a cream ground, impressed marks and facsimile signature and underglaze blue signature, 25cm high £1,000 - £1,500

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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442. William Moorcroft for James Macintyre, a pansy on white twin handled vase, circa 1912, waisted and flared form, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 20cm high £500 - £800

444. Walter Moorcroft, an Orchid pedestal vase, inverse baluster form, painted and tubelined decoration on a green teal ground, circa 1947, impressed marks, facsimile signature and underglaze green monogram, 20cm high £300 - £500

443 443. William Moorcroft, a celadon Spanish pedestal jardinière, circa 1912, underglaze green signature, 20.5cm high £3,000 - £5,000

445 445. William Moorcroft, a salt glazed Orchid table lamp base, circa 1930, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 25.5cm high £800 - £1,200

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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446 446. William Moorcroft, a Claremont teapot, globular loop handle form, circa 1905, printed Rd.No.420081, underglaze green signature and Shreve & Co, San Francisco mark, 21cm high £1,000 - £1,500

448. William Moorcroft, a salt-glazed Fish bowl, squat circular form, circa 1930, impressed marks, facsimile signature, underglaze blue monogram, 26cm diameter £400 - £600 449. William Moorcroft, a Seagull table box and cover, circa 1930, of rectangular form, underglaze blue monogram,19.5cm wide £400 - £600

450 450. William Moorcroft, a Macintyre Florian Alhambra cache pot, circa 1903, footed twin handled cylindrical form, with four lugs, printed mark, 17cm high Provenance: Albert E. Wade Collection, Sotheby’s 2002 £500 - £800 447 447. William Moorcroft, a ginger jar and cover, circa 1918, sprays of blue forget-me-nots in cartouches on a powder blue ground, impressed marks and underglaze green signature, 320.5cm high £400 - £600

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451 451. William Moorcroft, a flambé Leaf and Berry vase, inverse baluster form, circa 1927, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 23.5cm high £600 - £900

454 454. William Moorcroft, for James Macintyre, a lilac pattern clock, square form, decorated with sprays of foliage and flowers on a cream ground, gilt detailing, printed mark, underglaze green signature and retailer mark for Frains, Dundee, 14cm high £1,000 - £1,500

452 452. William Moorcroft, a flambé leaf design candlestick, circa 1930, impressed marks and facsimile signature and underglaze blue monogram, 16cm high £250 - £350

455 455. William Moorcroft, a flambé pomegranate vase, circa 1920, elongated ovoid form, impressed mark and underglaze blue monogram, 14.5cm high £800 - £1,200 453 453. William Moorcroft, a Spanish low bowl, circa 1916, impressed marks and underglaze green signature, 15cm diameter £400 - £600 For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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463. William Moorcroft for Liberty & Co, circa 1928, a pomegranate bowl on a hammered pewter base, No.01309, 19cm diameter £100 - £150 464. William Moorcroft, a pomegranate vase, circa 1930, of waisted form, impressed marks, facsimile signature and underglaze blue monogram, 21cm high £100 - £120 465. William Moorcroft, circa 1915, a large pomegranate baluster vase of bulbous form with flared opening, impressed Burslem marks and green underglaze signature, 33cm high £200 - £300 466. William Moorcroft, circa 1928, a pomegranate vase of waisted form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 21cm high £70 - £100

456 456. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Ware miniature pansy twin handled pedestal vase, circa 1903, kantharos form, printed marks, Rd.No.360575 and underglaze green signature, 8cm high £600 - £900

467. William Moorcroft, circa 1928, a small pomegranate tapered vase of shouldered form, impressed marks and underglaze green monogram, 11cm high £50 - £80 468. William Moorcroft for Liberty & Co, circa 1928, a pomegranate tazza, Tudric pewter hammered pedestal No.01313, impressed marks and blue underglaze monogram, 16cm high £150 - £200 469. William Moorcroft, circa 1920, a pomegranate covered biscuit jar with pewter mount, impressed marks, No.122 and green underglaze monogram, 15cm high £150 - £180

457 457. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Rose, Tulip and Forget me Not twin handled vase, circa 1907, kantharos form, pink and blue on a cream ground, gilt detailing, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 13cm high £500 - £800 458. William Moorcroft, a pomegranate pin dish with inverted opening, impressed marks to base, 11cm diameter £40 - £50 459. William Moorcroft, a pomegranate vase, ovoid form with curved opening, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 9cm high £50 - £80 460. William Moorcroft, a pomegranate vase, pattern No.186, double gourd form, painted W. Moorcroft signature in green, and impressed marks Moorcroft and Made in England, 31cm high £300 - £400 461. A William Moorcroft pomegranate vase, circa 1920, baluster form with flared rim, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 13.5 cm high £100 - £150 462. William Moorcroft, pomegranate on blue vase, circa 1914, baluster form, cylindrical neck, impressed marks and green signature, 18cm high £150 - £200

470 470. Louise Powell for Wedgwood, an Arts and Crafts painted jug, circa 1920, octagonal section bulbous helmet form, decorated with a tiled design of alternating rosettes and leafy fronds, in red, green, blue and grey, impressed marks and painted LP monogram, 3081, 16cm high £100 - £200 471. Harry Davis for Royal Worcester, a small commemorative campana vase, circa 1950, commemorating the diamond jubilee of the City of Vancouver, painted with an oval vignette of Worcester Cathedral, script to the reverse, on a deep blue reserve ground with gilt detailing, square plinth gold mark and Alderman John Bennett, 10cm high £500 - £600 472. George Johnson for Royal Worcester, a sleeve vase, circa 1919, gilt reticulated opening, painted with storks watering in a dessert pool, on four scroll feet, signed, green printed mark and shape No.G.42, 22cm high £100 - £150

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476 474. Three Royal Worcester flat back jugs, ivory and blush ivory, painted with flowers and highlighted in gilt, puce marks, 14cm high (3) £30 - £50 475. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, a pair of triple branch candelabra in the style of Kate Greenaway, date cypher for 1884, each modelled as a playful boy and girl with a dog beside a tree stump, gilt detailing, impressed and printed marks and No.787, 29cm high (2) £400 - £600 476. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, a table centrepiece comport in the Kate Greenaway style, date cypher for 1882, reticulated simulated basket weave bowl over a seated lady holding a posy with two young beaus beside a tree stump, triple shell vessels, gilt detailing, printed and impressed marks and lozenge registration mark, 35cm high £400 - £600

473 477. Daisy Makeig-Jones for Wedgwood, a Fairyland lustre bowl, Fairy with a Large Hat and Poplar Trees, circa 1920, footed and rounded form, gilt mark, Z4968, 29cm diameter £1,200 - £1,600

473. A Royal Worcester blush ivory scent bottle commemorating the coronation of George V, circa 1910, gilt stopper, moulded with busts of the monarch and Queen Mary, the reverse with moulded thistles and rose, gilt detailing, gilt and iron red maker’s mark, 5cm diameter £800 - £900

477

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478. Daisy Makeig-Jones for Wedgwood, an Art Deco Fairyland lustre Rainbow or Bifrost vase and cover, circa 1926, pattern No.2046, gilt printed mark, 23cm high £1,500 - £1,800

480. A Compton Pottery pendant, of trefoil form depicting Say No Evil, See No Evil and Hear No Evil, polychrome decorated, 5.5cm high £80 - £120

479. A pair of mid 19th century Sevres shape possibly Minton ‘rope festoon’ classical vases, modelled after a ‘Flacon à Cordes’ Sèvres vase having high relief gilt rope twist adornment to the baluster shaped bodies, the covers with interlinked loop handles, on square socles, hand painted all over with idyllic rural landscape scenes with classical ruins, an angler, mountains, cattle etc, 34cm high (2)

481. A Compton Pottery pendant, of cartouche form, depicting St George in relief, polychrome decorated with a blue border, 6cm high £70 - £100

Note: a similar example was sold at Christies European Ceramics May 23rd 2002 lot 148 £250 - £350

482. A Compton Pottery pendant, of cartouche form, depicting St George in relief, polychrome decorated with a reddish brown border, 6cm high £70 - £100

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483. A pair of Compton Pottery bookends, moulded image of St George & Dragon, pastel coloured on shield shaped backgrounds, faint date 194(?) on the reverse, 17cm high (2) £150 - £200 484. A Cobridge stoneware tile panel, painted with an extensive Highland fishing village scene with fishing boat and cottages, moulded border, 62 by 100cm, mounted on a wooden board £800 - £1,200 485. Five Royal Doulton figurines, to include She Loves Me, HN.2045, He Loves Me, HN.2046, Mary Mary, HN.2044, Curley Locks, HN.2049 and Once Upon a Time, HN.2047, largest 14cm high (5) £80 - £120 486. A Royal Doulton Orange Vendor figure, HN.72, designed by C.J. Noke, green and orange colourway, 14cm high £200 - £300 487. A Royal Doulton character jug, Pearly Boy, with brown buttons, printed marks, 16.5cm high £50 - £70 488. A Royal Doulton character jug, McCallum, with ivory glaze, printed marks, 18cm high £100 - £200 489. A Royal Doulton character jug, white haired Clown, D6322, printed marks, 16cm high £40 - £60 490. A Royal Doulton colourway character jug, Henry V, D6671, yellow crown with no red or gold highlights, printed marks, 18.5cm high £40 - £60

494 494. Sally Tuffin for Dennis Chinaworks, a trial vase, 2006, shouldered baluster and broad rimmed form, decorated with a doe in cream and pink, impressed marks and script marks S.T des and Trail 1, 22.5cm high £200 - £300

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491. A miniature Royal Doulton prototype character jug, The Baseball Player, in Atlanta Braves colours, Property of Royal Doulton backstamp, 7.5cm high £150 - £200

495. Sally Tuffin for Dennis Chinaworks, a polar bear teapot and cover, circa 2000, impressed and underglaze blue script marks, 14.5cm high.

492. A Royal Doulton Mephistopheles small character jug, in the white, green printed maker’s mark, 8.5cm high £100 - £150 493. Beswick, a Champion of Champions bull, a Champion Whitehill Mandate Ayrshire bull, together with five assorted horses, to include one cantering, two shire horses, a pony etc (7) £180 - £220

Note: unrecorded and only one of two produced

£400 - £600

496. Richard Parkinson, a large studio pottery figure of a cat, circa 1960, bisque porcelain with black painted detailing, 39cm high £150 - £250

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497. A Japanese satsuma ware baluster vase by Yabu Meizan (1853-1934), Meiji period, 1868-1912, finely decorated in raised gilt and polychrome enamels with a serpentine collar of chrysanthemum, the main vessel with an extensive lake scene with sailing boats, fishing boats, figure fishing, man with a horse and pagodas against a mountainous backdrop over a broad floral panelled base, signed to the base with a raised gilt seal signature, 17cm high Note: born in Nagahori, Osaka in 1853, Yabu Meizan is a celebrated artist known for his intricately decorated Satsuma ware primarily for the export market. He opened his workshop in Osaka in 1880 and today is widely regarded as the ‘Prince’ of the medium. £8,000 - £10,000

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498. A Hispano Moresque lustre small bowl, early 19th Century, decorated with a central flower with blue petals, suspension hole, diameter 19cm £30 - £50

506. Antique Islamic middle eastern basin of conical form embossed and painted (black) calligraphy in Arabic. Possibly Persian or Ottoman. 11.5cm diameter, 10cm high £80 - £120

499. A Chinese blue and white vase, shouldered inverse baluster form, painted with prunus on crackled ice, underglaze blue concentric ring mark, 14cm high £30 - £50

507. Antique Islamic middle eastern basin of conical form, embossed calligraphy in Arabic. Possibly Persian or Ottoman. Diameter 18cm, 15cm high £200 - £300

500. A pair of large Chinese rouleau vases, 20th Century, decorated with exotic birds amongst trees in a mountainous landscape in the famille verte palette, Greek key borders, internal celadon glaze, blue four character seal mark on a celadon ground, 57cm high (2) £2,000 - £3,000

508. Antique Islamic Persian kashul begging bowl with associated chain, 19th century or earlier. Arabic cartouches. 22cm x 9cm x 8cm £200 - £300 509. Antique Islamic middle eastern basin of conical form, embossed silver calligraphy in Arabic. Possibly Persian or Ottoman. Dimensions: £100 - £200 510. China, Chinese painting 18th century, Qing Dynasty, depicting figures within a mountainous Lakeland scene, three lines of black text and red seal to upper right corner and four black characters above, housed in a late 19th century frame, old boots chemist framing label verso dating from late 19th century. 99.5cm x 38cm £800 - £1,200 511. Chinese watercolour, 19th/20th century, depicting a landscape, black text and red seals above, 44.5cm x 56.5cm, framed and glazed. Provenance: Graves Gallery Birmingham which was active in the 19th/early 20th century £300 - £500 512. China – Chinese glass painting of warriors and nobleman, 19th century, housed in a period Chinese wood frame. Black Chinese script character marks. 60cm x 43cm. Provenance: previous old Christie’s stencil marking, also a previous auction label lot 59, 16 Jan 1973 £500 - £800 513. China, Chinese painting 20th century or earlier. Woman beside a riverbank perhaps oyster picking. Three red seal stamps, and script in black ink. Old catalogue verso inventory markings 29/9/1971. Removed from frame. Provenance: William Derry gallery, Cape Town, South Africa, which was active in the late 20th century £300 - £500

501 501. A Chinese Qingbai wine ewer, probably Song Dynasty, 11th/12th Century, the cover with a triple petal floral finial, the tapered body of melon form, straight sided strap handle, slender spout, 24.5cm high £1,500 - £2,000 502. An antique Islamic bowl of typical form, embossed calligraphy in Arabic. Possibly Persian or Ottoman. Diameter 12cm, 5cm high £80 - £120 503. Antique Islamic middle eastern miniature basin of conical form, embossed calligraphy in Arabic. Possibly Persian or Ottoman. Diameter 18cm, 15cm high £60 - £80 504. Islamic rectangular metal Persian or Ottoman Koran box, 19th century or earlier, embossed repoussé calligraphy in Arabic. 7.5cm x 7.5cm x 4cm £80 - £120 505. Islamic rectangular metal Persian or Ottoman Koran box, 19th century or earlier, embossed repoussé calligraphy in Arabic. 15.5cm x 9.5cm x 5cm £100 - £150

514. China, large Imperial Chinese painting. A large Chinese scroll painting of a Phoenix amidst floral foliage. 18th/19th century on paper. Deeply rooted in Chinese culture, dragon and phoenix were regarded as the most sacred animals and used to be emblems of emperor and empress. 230cm x 50cm, Formally in a Persian collection acquired in 1957 £2,000 - £3,000 515. China, Chinese/Japanese/Korean pen ink watercolour of a dancing couple, red seal stamp associated script, early 20th century, appears to be dated in ink. 39cm x 30cm. Provenance: Wah Cheong Gallery Hong Kong established 1902. £200 - £300 516. China, Chinese/Japanese/Korean pen ink watercolour of two women conducting daily chores, red seal stamp associated script, early 20th century, appears to be dated in ink. 39cm x 30cm. Provenance: Wah Cheong Gallery Hong Kong established 1902 £200 - £300 517. China, a Chinese painting on silk, 18th/19th century, Qing dynasty, depicting a female musician and student seated on a rug, black signature and red seal to lower left corner. Framed and glazed. 32cm x 34.5cm £800 - £1,200

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518. A large 19th century koftgari tray of Indian or Persian origin, profusely inlaid in floral patterns. 60cm x 45cm £400 - £600 519. A Japanese cloisonne vase, Meiji period, 1868-1912, baluster form, decorated with birds in flight amongst flowering foliage on a green ground, stylized border, 31cm high £200 - £300 520. Three oriental polished agate snuff bottles, each of ovoid form, striated grey, pink and veined, (with stopper), 5.5cm high (3) £70 - £90 521. A 19th century bronze and ivory brush pot, the cylindrical body carved with leaves, within a stepped open geometric and floral cast cage, supported on three rearing elephant feet, 15cm high £250 - £350

527 525. Three oriental pale jade carvings, two in the form of gourds and one as a cluster of leaves, largest 7cm high (3) £50 - £70 526. An oriental brown striated jade netsuke, in the form of a crouching boy, length 4cm, with a jade carving of snake charmer, 6cm high (2) £40 - £60 527. Three Chinese jade and pale celadon jade belt hooks, each with the finial carved as an archaistic dragon, largest length 9cm (3) £100 - £150 528. Four Chinese jade and pale celadon jade plaques, one with a reticulated carved top and figure below with mon device to the reverse, one with reticulated carved sides, mon, floral and archaic script, one with carved elders under a tree and script verso and one carved with a figure carrying a gourd either side, largest 6 by 4cm (4) £100 - £150

522 522. An Indian brass bowl, probably Kutch 18th century or later, ovoid form, repousse decorated and chased with a foliate scroll band between lappet borders, 14cm diameter £30 - £50 523. An oriental bamboo walking cane, early 20th Century, the pommel carved with a diorama of three Geishas in a forest, 112cm length £80 - £120 524. Three oriental jade miniature carvings, one as a recumbent beast, one as a group of three monkeys with a gourd and one as a rabbit, largest 4cm high (3) £40 - £60

529 529. A Chinese pale jade bi disc, each side carved with scrollwork simulating clouds, 3cm diameter, a jade cylindrical bead carved with figures, 3cm high and a pale jade snuff bottle, one side carved with a fruit branch, the other with archaic script, 6.5cm high (3) £50 - £80

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BOOKS AND PRINTS 533. Book Bindings, Webster’s New International Dictionary, 1932, G. Bell & Sons, half leather bindings with marbled inner boards (2) £30 - £50 534. Charles R. Beard, A Catalogue of the Collection of Martinware Formed by Mr Frederick John Nettlefold, Together with a Short History of the Firm of R.W. Martin and Brothers of Southall, 1936, privately printed for the Owner by Waterlow & Sons, London, brown line boards with gilt tooled borders, rough end cut papers £150 - £200 530 530. A Chinese ebony table casket, the cover inset with a reticulated panel carved with a dragon amongst scrolling foliage and mon devices, 14.5cm wide £50 - £80 531. A Chinese pale jade carving of a recumbent dog, 5cm wide, together with a jade carving of a chick (2) £30 - £40

535. Robert Louis Stevenson, Fables, 1914, with twenty monochrome illustrations by E.R. Herman, pasted in, Longmans, Green & Co, London, Chiswick Press, No.58/105, vellum binding with tooled gilt lettering and rough end cut papers, Ex Library Diana Lenygon £100 - £150 536. Roald Dahl, James & The Giant Peach, 1961 first edition, illustrated by Nancy Ekholm Burkert, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, large octavo hard back with the original dust cover £150 - £200 537. Edmund W. Gosse, A Critical Essay on the Life and Works of George Tinworth, 1883 first edition, illustrated by 30 plates, published by The Fine Art Society Ltd, London, vellum boards with gilt tooled lettering and border £80 - £120 538. Charles R. Beard, A Catalogue of the Collection of Martinware Formed by Mr Frederick John Nettlefold, Together with a Short History of the Firm of R.W. Martin and Brothers of Southall, 1936, privately printed for the Owner by Waterlow & Sons, London, brown line boards with gilt tooled borders, rough end cut papers £150 - £200 539. Ogilby (John), The Road from London to Carlisle, sheet no.37, together with The Continuation of the Road from London to Carlisle, two hand coloured engraved road strip maps, largest 33 by 41cm, framed (2) £70 - £100 540. Herbert Thomas Dicksee R.E. (British, 1862-1942), ploughing the field, signed l.l., H.D perforation l.l., monochrome etching, 27 by 44cm, framed £60 - £100 541. Percy Lancaster R.B.A., R.E., R.I., (British, 1878-1951), ten assorted monochrome etchings, to include one titled The Old Jew, all signed and some numbered, largest 27 by 20cm, unframed (10). Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

£100 - £150

542. Sir Alfred James Munnings K.C.V.O., P,R.A., (British, 1878-1959), After the Race, signed l.r., colour print, Frost & Reed 1954, Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp l.l., 48 by 62cm, framed. Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

£150 - £180

543. Sir Alfred James Munnings K.C.V.O., P,R.A., (British, 1878-1959), Brown Jack, signed l.r., colour print, Frost & Read 1935, Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp l.l., 45 by 56cm, framed. 532

Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

532. A monumental Chinese hardstone sectional koro, early 20th Century, elaborately open and blind fretwork carved throughout incorporating dragons amongst scrolling foliage, numerous ring handles of varying size, on a circular fluted outswept foot, 80cm high £1,500 - £2,000

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547, 548 & 549 544. A Japanese ivory okimono, Meiji period, 1868-1912, carved as an elder with an infant and two monkeys, 6.5cm high £100 - £150

551. A Japanese Tokyo School ivory okimono, Meiji period, 1868-1912, carved as a fisherboy with net and his catch, 15cm high, mounted on a wooden plinth £250 - £350

545. Two Japanese ivory okimonos, Meiji period, 1868-1912, each carved as a samurai tackling two boys, 16cm high (2) £200 - £400

552. A Chinese ivory tusk carving, 18th Century, carved as a standing robed bearded gentleman, 14cm high, mounted on a wooden plinth £300 - £400

546. A 19th century Dieppe carved ivory page turner, the handle carved in high relief with fruiting grape vines, 27cm long £80 - £120

553. A Japanese ivory okimono, Meiji period, 1868-1912, carved as two smiling gents wearing patterned robes upholding a smaller gent whilst an infant plays at their feet, seal signature, 18cm high £300 - £500

547. A pair of 19th European ivory figures, possibly Dieppe, one carved as a gentleman courtier holding a bunch of flowers and a cane, the other as a lady in 18th Century dress holding a parasol. both raised on socles, largest 16.5cm high (2) £600 - £800

554. A Japanese ivory okimono, Meiji period, 1868-1912, carved as a fisherman wearing a rice hat and holding a staff, with an infant fisherboy also with his days catch, 13cm high £200 - £300

548. A 19th Century European ivory desk ornament, possibly Dieppe, carved as a 17th Century French cavalier with a trumpet standing beside a horse, on a raised plinth, 14.5cm high £600 - £800

555. A Japanese ivory okimono, Meiji period, 1868-1912, carved as three figures conversing, one standing and holding a fan, oval plinth, inset red seal signature, 9.5cm high, 10cm wide £150 - £250

549. A late 19th Century European ivory figure of a classically draped female nude standing and holding an urn, possibly Dieppe, signed PAT, 15cm high, mounted on a red veined tapered marble plinth, 21cm high £500 - £800

556. A Japanese ivory okimono, Meiji period, 1868-1912, carved as an elongated bearded fisherman with a man smoking a pipe upon his shoulder and a small figure with a staff below, inset red seal signature, 28cm high £200 - £300

550. A Japanese ivory okimono, Meiji period, 1868-1912, carved as a young boy wearing sandals and a chicken, 15cm high, mounted on a wooden plinth £400 - £600

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550, 551 & 552 558. An oriental ivory shibayama model of a strolling elephant, late 19th/early 20th Century, trunk raised and wearing a saddle, 6cm high, 8.5cm wide £250 - £350 559. A Japanese ivory okimono, Meiji period, 1868-1912, carved as a banana with skin peeled back, 14cm wide £150 - £200 560. Eugene Bernoud (French, 19th Century), bust of Jesus Christ, titled Salvator Mundi, ivory and white metal on an integral socle, signed, 10cm high £150 - £200 561. An oriental ivory cylinder box and cover, late 19th/early 20th Century, flower head finial and the whole carved in relief with flowering foliage, 9cm high, together with an antique ivory snuff box fret carved with seed pods, 7cm high (2) £200 - £300 562. A Chinese ivory tusk carving, early 20th Century, carved as a bejewelled and robed lady standing on a lotus leaf, 31cm high £250 - £350 557 557. A Japanese ivory okimono, Meiji period, 1868-1912, carved as a lobster with articulated limbs and body, 25cm wide £350 - £450

563. Two Chinese ivory tusk carvings, late 19th/early 20th Century, one as a robed lady holding a bamboo reed, red seal signature, 25cm high, the other as a bearded elder holding a staff with dragon head finial, red seal signature, 30cm high (2) £500 - £800

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564. A Japanese ivory okimono, Meiji period, 1868-1912, carved as a samurai in conflict with two boys, signed, 16.5cm high £100 - £150 565. A Chinese ivory tusk carving, late 19th Century, carved as two figures, one a bearded gent and an exotic bird, seal signature, 22cm high, together with an oriental antique ivory vide poche, carved as a gourd with two dimensional scene of figures in a wooden landscape, 10.5cm wide (2) £200 - £300 566. A Japanese ivory okimono, Meiji period, 1868-1912, carved as a standing Geisha wearing a patterned robe holding a floral fan and a shamisen, signed, 17cm high £250 - £350 567. A Japanese ivory okimono, Meiji period, 1868-1912, carved as a standing Geisha wearing a patterned robe and holding a parasol, signed, 21cm high, together with a similar smaller example, also signed, 15cm high (2) £400 - £600 568. A 19th Century European ivory ink vessel, in the form of an eagle with hinged head with realistic plumage, gilt metal mounts and feet, 12cm high £200 - £300 569. An oriental ivory vide poche, late 19th/early 20th Century, carved in relief with four turtles on a leaf, 11.5cm wide £100 - £150 570. A late 19th Century European ivory aide memoire, circa 1890, the cover carved in relief with flowering foliage within a cartouche, blue watermarked silk lined interior, 11 by 6.5cm £100 - £150

575 575. Karl Hagenhauer, a bronze figure of an African warrior, after 1927, holding shield and spear, stamped marks, 15cm high £400 - £600 576. A George II mahogany tea caddy, circa 1740, caddy top with cast metal scroll swing handle, Chinese blind fretwork frieze, Rococo metal escutcheon, the velvet lined fitted interior with triple divisions containing triple silver tea canisters/mixing vessel each with matching bright cut engraved stag heraldry, the largest hallmarked for maker Thomas Newton, London 1740, 15.5cm high, 24.5cm wide, 15.5cm deep £2,000 - £3,000

571. Two Japanese ivory okimonos, Meiji period, 1868-1912, one carved as two Geisha under a tree, 6cm high signed, the other with multiple figures under a tree reviewing a manuscript, signed, 6cm high (2) £200 - £300 572. A Japanese ivory okimono, Meiji period, 1868-1912, carved as a bearded samurai on horseback with an infant below, inset red seal signature, 9cm high £200 - £300 573. Two Japanese ivory okimonos, Meiji period, 1868-1912, one caved as a group of travelling figures, one in a sedan chair, inset red seal signature, 5cm high, the other as a woodsman and an infant collecting gourds, signed, 4.5cm high (2) £200 - £300

WORKS OF ART

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574 574. Franz Bergmann, a cold painted bronze figure of a lizard, realistically modelled, cast numbers and marks 4133, 23cm long £350 - £450

577. A George III mahogany decanter set of Nelson interest, circa 1780, caddy top with gilt metal swing handle, escutcheon and twin coronet surmounted roundels containing gilt initials H and N, circular flush side handles, the hinged cover opening to a fitted interior containing six clear cut glass broad fluted case decanters each engraved with content labels, Brandy, Tent, Peppermint, Hollands, Rum and Shrub with corresponding initialled stoppers, the underside with old paper label - Royal United Service Institution, Whitehall purporting that the casket was presented to Lord Nelson by prince William Henry, Duke of Clarence, July 1787, Portsmouth, 17.5cm high,20.5cm wide, 14.5cm deep £500 - £800

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578 578. An antique Staunton design tournament chess set, boxwood weighted playing pieces, ebonised and in the natural with baize bases, kings 11cm high (32) £200 - £300

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579 579. A 19th Century bone chess set, natural and stained red Staunton design weighted playing pieces, contained in a Regency treen penwork box with sliding cover and chinoiserie design of figures of leisure and pagoda landscapes, kings 6.5cm high £150 - £200

580. A 19th Century James Newman’s of Soho Square mahogany artist’s box, brass bound, fitted interior with brush well, lift-out paint trays, branded ceramic mixing palettes, single frieze drawer with flush handle, 27.5cm wide £100 - £150

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583 583. A Regency satinwood table top work casket, circa 1820, of sarcophagus form, crossbanded, parquetry and marquetry inlaid throughout, applied oval classical prints, side handles, paper and silk lined fitted interior, 22cm high, 31cm wide £150 - £180

581 581. A late 18th Century European turned treen tea caddy, in the form of a lobed gourd/squash, simulated stalk and metal escutcheon, remnants of foil lining, 15cm high £1,500 - £2,000

584 584. A late 19th Century gilt metal double desk ink standish, of Empire design with a central twin handled urn, twin clear facet cut ink vessels with hinged covers. pen well and beadwork ropetwist border, with inscription relating to the Newington Choral Association, 1871, 28cm wide £60 - £90 585. A Victorian papier mache lacquered cabinet, ogee cuboid bracket form, the double doors opening to reveal five graduated drawers, inlaid with mother of pearl and abalone, painted and gilded with geometric banding, 24cm wide, 23cm high, 19cm deep £250 - £350 586. Sarah Bernhardt, Figure of Shylock, carved alabaster, on red marble plinth base, signed and monogrammed, 42.5cm high 582 582. An early 19th Century turned fruitwood tea caddy ,in the form of an apple, circa 1800, simulated stalk and metal escutcheon, remnants of foil lining, 12.5 cm high (key) £800 - £1,000

Note: although best known as an actress, Bernhardt was also an accomplished sculptor, exhibiting widely including at the Exposition Universelle, Paris 1900 and Columbia Exposition, Chicago £1,000 - £2,000 587. A chrome plated mechanical wine cradle, tubular construction with hinged basket on cantilever stand, 45cm high £100 - £120

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588. Maritime Interest, a 20th Century decorative twodimensional wall model of the 1875 paddle steamer Titan of Dawlish, mounted on a wooden plaque, 24 by 107cm £50 - £80 589. An Eastern European decorative folk art scratch built Betlam, early 20th Century, the construction incorporating pine cone roofs and etched timber walls with recycled coloured glass windows, 61cm high, 50cm wide, 25cm deep £350 - £450 590. Victoria (Queen of Great Britain & Ireland, 1819-1901), a pair of cream silk stockings worn by Queen Victoria, the openings with a coronet surmounting initials V.R, lace detail to the front foot and ankle, 82cm length (2). Provenance: with a United Oxford & Cambridge University Club card stating: ‘Queen Victoria’s stockings! Mother gave them to me, they are to go to Vxxxxx or Elizabeth, Betty Newman, given March 3, 1961’ £600 - £800 591. A George III oval stumpwork picture, circa 1810, lady in a garden, church spire beyond, 30 by 23cm, gilt frame £50 - £80 592. A compressed powdered wood printing block, late 19th Century, one side with a Chinese temple and panel of script, the reverse with a geometric design on a crosshatched lozenge ground, 24cm x 19cm £50 - £80 593. A woolwork sampler, The Sundial, in a birds eye maple cushion frame, 29cm x 25cm £20 - £40 594. A European olive wood desk puzzle box with key, early 20th Century, the cover with parquetry strung border containing a marquetry scene of two figures dancing and floral devices, simulated book front, velvet lined interior, 11cm high, 23cm wide £40 - £60

598 598. Gotthard Sonnenfeld (German, 1874), mythical Faun playing pipes, seated cross-legged, signed and dated (19)10, bronze, all-over dark brown patina, mounted on a grey marble plinth, bronze 19.5cm high, 23cm high £600 - £800

595. A large African tribal mask, 20th century, 60cm high £50 - £80 596. An embossed tan leather desk inkstandish, French, early 20th Century, hinged covers to the inks, serpentine base, 40cm wide £60 - £80

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597 597. A C. Wheatstone concertina, 19th Century, rosewood fretwork end boards, 48 buttons in total, No.2783, green leather and paper bellows, width 16cm, contained in the original hexagonal fitted rosewood box £250 - £350

599. After the antique, a late 19th Century bronze Grand Tour figure of Spinario, probably French, the young boy seated on a rocky outcrop attempting to extract a thorn from his foot, on a circular plinth, unsigned, all-over dark brown patina, 33cm high £200 - £300 600. A moss agate letter opener, early 20th Century, of plain Dend form with slightly curved sides, length 21cm £80 - £90

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601 601. A 19th century micro mosaic plaque set in a gilt easel frame, the oval depicting the Roman Forum, within a beaded border and ribbon frame, hinged and set on an artists easel, the plaque 9.5cm x 6.5cm, overall 21.5cm high £500 - £800

603. A 19th century micro mosaic, gilt metal and enamelled jewel casket, the circular plaque depicting the Doves of Pliny, after the Ancient Roman example in Hadrian’s Villa, within a beaded border, the body applied with champleve enamel cartouches, on three open bracket feet, red satin cushioned interior with retailer mark for C Roccheggiani, Rome, 11cm diameter £500 - £800 604. A bronze trophy plaque for Progress in Photography south western centre, base with brass plate showing winners from 1945 through to 1971 £50 - £70

605 605. Taxidermy, a large brown trout, mounted in a naturalistic setting in a bowfront eglomise glazed case, 40 by 87cm £150 - £200 606. A German Third Reich Police bayonet, the hilt with stylized eagle head pommel, the antler horn grip with insignia, laurel leaf guard with eagle clamshell, painted black scabbard with nickel fitting with leather frog and silver bullion tassel, length 40cm £1,000 - £1,200 602 602. A 19th century micro mosaic and champleve enamelled ink stand, the central urn form inkwell on a square tableau set with four oval plaques of Roman monuments including Colosseum, Forum, St Peter and the Pantheon, within a foliate scroll and lotus flower border of enamel decoration in the Chinese style, 19.5cm square £500 - £800

607. A German Third Reich wrestling award, gilt metal and enamel , engraved to the reverse II Preis, Gaumeisterschaft, Hof 5.III, 38, on a red ribbon decorated with swastikas, 6.5cm by 6cm £100 - £150

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613 613. An Arts and Crafts copper vessel, circa 1900, shouldered ovoid form with two strap handles, repousse decorated with a horned mask and foliate zoomorphic scrolls of dolphins and dragons, above a reed lapped border, 16.5cm high £50 - £80 614. A..E.. Jones (British, late 19th Century), design for the Swaythling Chalice’, signed l.r., watercolour and pencil on paper, 30 by 23cm, framed £40 - £60 615. Amy Simpson for William Morris, a silk embroidered panel, circa 1885, of stylized foliage, 32 by 33cm, framed £100 - £150

608 608. Military Interest, a British steel and brass Officers cavalry helmet, Northamptonshire Imperial Yeomanry plaque, horse hair plume, chin strap and lining, 40cm high £1,500 - £1,800 609. A German Third Reich NSFK dagger, (National Socialist Flying Korps), the hilt with aluminium fittings with textured blue grip, insignia to the guard, F&H Helbig blade, textured blue scabbard with leather frog, length 35cm £750 - £850 610. WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated and cut glass tantalus, the two cuboid decanters with plated collars, within a lockable raising arm cage, 24cm high £200 - £300 611. An Arts and Crafts Iona style copper tray, shaped oval form, repousse decorated with Celtic knots to the corners, 57cm long £50 - £70 612. An Arts and Crafts copper and wrought iron jardinière and stand, the flared and crimped bowl in a cage of three scrolled strap feet united by crossed brackets, 21.5cm high, vessel 20cm diameter £30 - £50

616 616. A brass Arts & Crafts timepiece, circa 1900, hammered finish throughout, domed cover, the main body of tapered form with studded sides extending to bracket feet, 22cm high £50 - £80 617. An Arts & Crafts copper twin handled vase, circa 1905, of tapered cylinder form with stylized repousse foliage and motto ‘Attempt The End....’, studded throughout, bun feet, 42cm high £70 - £90

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618. An Arts & Crafts copper framed wall mirror, circa 1910, hammered finish throughout with studded corners, a silvered roundel of a peacock forming the pediment, bevelled plate, 46 by 36cm £70 - £100

624. An Arts & Crafts wrought iron uplighter, circa 1895, the scrollwork frame supporting a vaseline glass light shade with wavy rim, later converted to electricity and mounted on a wooden plinth, 81cm high £100 - £150

619. An Arts & Crafts silk embroidered picture, circa 1900, depicting a young girl joyfully strolling through a wooded landscape with a basket of roses, oval, 28 by 21cm, in a carved oak frame £70 - £90

625. An Arts and Crafts steel and brass fire fender, circa 1890, in the style of Ernest Gimson, the fret carved and incised frieze with trailing rose motif, between notch cut square section bars and facet cut and foliate applied companion rests, 110cm wide, 38cm high £100 - £200 626. A large Art Deco textile panel, circa 1920s, painted with figures at leisure in a wooded coastal landscape, stylized vine border, 83 by 113cm £100 - £150 627. An Art Deco style box, mother of pearl, horn and marbled veneers, cedar lined, 28cm wide, 23cm deep, 8cm high £40 - £60 628. An Edwardian 9ct gold pen and pencil set, the fountain pen and propelling pencil of elongated conical form with ball terminals, in fitted case, 18.5cm long, 8.9g (2) £120 - £180 629. A pair of Art Deco cast white metal wall twin branch electric wall lights, floral trellis design with pink and white satin glass tapered shades, 37cm high (2) £250 - £350

620 620. An Arts & Crafts Castle Pewter mantel timepiece, in the Liberty Tudric style, circa 1900, of arched form with hammered finish, blue and green enamel dial, 16.5cm high £200 - £300 621. A Keswick W.H. Masson Arts & Crafts copper table casket, repousse Celtic design cover and frieze, struck marks, width 13cm £30 - £50 622. An Aesthetic Movement cast iron fire grate, circa 1880, of breakfront form with a fretwork design of Arabesque arches within a stylized border, cast No.306 and 20 1W, 27cm high, width 50cm £40 - £60 623. An Arts and Crafts copper mirror, circa 1913, repousse decorated with dolphins and birds, emerging from foliate tendrils, opening 36cm x 26cm, overall 53.5cm x 45cm £300 - £500

630. After Dautrive, an Art Deco bronze stylized figure of a seagull in flight over a wave, signed Dautrive to the reverse, allover green patina, mounted on a black oval marble plinth, full height 40cm, full width 63cm £200 - £300 631. Charles Charles (French, 19th/20th Century), an Art Deco bronze study of two leaping greyhounds, gilt and dark brown patina, signed C. Charles and R. Patrouilleau Editeur, mounted on a black marble plinth with canted green onyx corners, full height 24cm, width 53cm, depth 16cm £300 - £500 632. Arne Jacobsen for Stelton, a Danish Modernist Cylinda line stainless steel and teak ice bucket, designed circa 1967, cylindrical form with swing strap handle, removable liner and solid wood block lid with three circular finger holes, marked, 23cm high £40 - £60

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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633. Howell James & Co, London, a late 19th Century bracket clock of Aesthetic Movement design, circa 1880, ebonised and incised case with fretwork gallery top with finials, the main case with inset blue and white floral porcelain inserts, 12cm blue and white porcelain dial with Arabic numerals signed Howell James & Co to The Queen, the movement striking on a gong, 35cm high, (key and pendulum) (lacking some wooden case components) £150 - £200

635 635. A late 19th Century green veined onyx pedestal clock of Louis XV design, French circa 1870, caddy top, 22cm circular dial with gilt metal Roman numerals, the main body of tapered form incorporating gilt metal and champleve enamel mounts throughout, standing on a plinth, 122cm high, width at top 38cm £5,000 - £8,000 634 634. Thomas Stripling, Barwell, Leicestershire, an 18th Century oak longcase clock, dentil cornice with marquetry inlaid frieze, square brass dial with bright cut engraved birds and sun motif to the centre, scroll spandrels, silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals, bell striking mechanism, parquetry strung arched trunk door, 212cm high, (pendulum, weight and door key). Note: Thomas Stripling, baptised 1707 appears to have been the first clockmaker in Barwell. It is not thought the Barwell Stripling’s are related to the famous Lichfield clockmaking family of the same name. £250 - £350

636. A French carriage alarm clock, late 19th Century, brass corniche case with oval visible escapement window to the cover, white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary hours alarm dial, 13cm high (key) £100 - £120 637. John Hall & Co, Manchester, a late Victorian light oak bracket clock, circa 1890, the case of Baroque design with broken pediment, arched bright cut engraved brass dial with silvered subsidiary slow/fast, chime/silent dials and Roman numeral principal dial, glazed door flanked by Corinthian columns, fretwork side sound grilles, gong chiming mechanism, 59cm high, with matching wall bracket, (key, pendulum and door key) (2) £1,000 - £1,500

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638. A late Victorian aneroid barometer, circa 1890, carved oak case with scrollwork, thermometer over the principal dial, high 88cm £50 - £80 639. A late 19th gilt metal and ormolu bracket clock, circa 1880, the case of Baroque design with an Arabic numeral jewelled dial signed Bell Brothers, flanked by ormolu classical figures either side, plinth, 32cm high, under a glass dome, (key and pendulum) £100 - £150

642 642. A 19th Century French ormolu bracket clock of Empire design, circa 1870, in the form of an eagle with outstretched wings supporting a globe clock draped with a spray of roses, raised on a fretwork D-end plinth with central oval cartouche of a musical trophy, on peg feet, the bell striking movement signed Lecomte, France, 28cm high, 24cm wide (key) £400 - £600

640 640. John Roberts, Dartmouth, a late 18th Century shuttlecock automata longcase clock: the eight-day duration movement striking the hours on a bell, with the 33cm painted break-arch dial having black Roman hour numerals with the centre having a subsidiary seconds dial and signed for the maker John Roberts, Dartmouth and painted to each corner with a depiction of a flint house with tower, the arch having a painted scene of a couple playing badminton within a garden, the shuttlecock moving between each player’s racket with each beat of the clock, the mahogany case with canted corners to the trunk, a curved moulding to the trunk door, boxwood stringing to the base and trunk, the hood having an architectural pediment with a brass eagle-and-ball finial between and columns with cast-brass capitals, all standing on bracket feet, 226cm high. Biography: John Roberts is recorded as working as a watch & clockmaker in Dartmouth in 1793. £400 - £600 641. Jules Leemans, Brussels, a 19th Century black slate bracket clock, of balloon form, green veined marble detailing, black chapter ring with gilt Roman numerals, signed Horologie de la Poste, Ju Leemans, Bruxellee, on a raised plinth, 52cm high £200 - £300

643 643. A 19th Century bracket clock of Biedermeier design, birds eye maple and ebonised case with stepped caddy arched pediment, 15cm white convex enamel dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary date dial over a mirrored back arch with visible pendulum, plinth, double gong striking movement, 47cm high (key and pendulum) £200 - £300 644. A black lacquer mantel clock, circa 1920s, chinoiserie decorated with figures and pagodas in landscapes, 9cm silvered dial with Roman numerals, 15cm high, 29cm wide £50 - £80 645. An Art Deco shagreen and burr walnut clock, domed form with gilt dial, on turned ivory bun feet, 15cm wide, 14.5cm high £60 - £80 646. A George III mahogany cellarette, circa 1790, sarcophagus chest caddy from on integrated stand, the chamfered lid hinged and opening to reveal an eight section interior, on four square section tapered legs with brass casters, 61.5cm wide, 61cm high, 33.5cm deep £50 - £80

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647. A late Louis XV ormolu-mounted mahogany breakfront commode a la Greque by Jean Francois-Oeben (German, 1721-1763), third quarter of the 18th Century, white veined marble top with moulded edge, over oak lined triple frieze drawers simulated as one long drawer over two long drawers below with ormolu escutcheons and wreath ring handles and serpentine apron, internal scroll bright cut engraved gilt metal lock mechanisms, on cabriole legs terminating in ormolu paw sabots, stamped J.F. Oeben to the right hand underside, indistinct marks and stencilled 20 mark, 93cm high, 135cm wide, 63cm deep. Note: This distinctive form of commode, known as a ‘commode à la grecque’ and executed in either mahogany or bois satiné, was almost exclusively supplied by les frères Oeben to two clients: the duc de Choiseul and Madame de Pompadour. The duc de Choiseul acquired the château de Chanteloup in 1763, the year of Jean-François Oeben’s death, and he therefore turned to his brother, the ébéniste Simon Oeben (maître in 1769) to supply the furniture, a fact which is testified to by the numerous pieces stamped by both ébéniste and the Chanteloup inventory mark. However, it is entirely possible that Choiseul had already commissioned Jean-François Oeben to supply such furnishings for his Parisian hôtel on his return from his Embassy in Vienna in 1759. Following the death of the duc de Choiseul, the château de Chanteloup was sold to the duc de Penthièvre and he subsequently stamped the contents with his marque au feu. The furniture from his Parisian hôtel, however, was sold at auction and much of this was purchased by the Garde-Meuble, including the commode of this form sold anonymously at Sotheby’s Monaco, 26-27 February 1992, lot 220. Another Choiseul commode, attributed to Oeben and painted with a closely related inventory mark ‘No. 10’, was sold anonymously in Paris, Ader Picard Tajan, 24 June 1985, lot 166. Madame de Pompadour was, however, undoubtedly Oeben’s most important client. In the inventory drawn up following her death in 1764, no less than 17 commodes à la grecque are recorded, all supplied by Oeben between 1761-3 for the châteaux de Versailles, Auvilliers and Ménars. The importance of Madame de Pompadour’s patronage in the creation of this form is furthermore underlined by the inventory taken following Oeben’s own demise in 1763, in which ‘710 livres weight of mahogany in 4 planks and one sheet of the same wood 9 pieds long’ are mentioned, ‘the remains of the mahogany bought by Oeben on the orders of the Marquise de Pompadour, and to whom it belonged’. £20,000 - £30,000

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648 648. A George II walnut lowboy of small proportions, circa 1740, quarter veneered, strung and crossbanded moulded top over a single long frieze drawer above three short drawers all with later brass plate handles, curved apron below, cabriole legs, pad feet, 70cm high, 70cm wide, 45cm deep £150 - £250 651 651. A George II figured walnut chest on stand, circa 1750, moulded cornice long drawer over three short and three long graduated drawers with brass drop handles, the stand incorporating a single long deep drawer, short cabriole legs, pad feet, 147cm high, 98cm wide, 57cm deep £200 - £300

649 649. A George III walnut lowboy, circa 1770, crossbanded moulded top over a central frieze drawer with serpentine apron, flanked by two short drawers either side with brass drop handles, cabriole legs, pad feet, 75cm high, 98cm wide, 48cm deep £150 - £200

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650. A George III country oak dresser base, circa 1770, four frieze drawers over twin panelled central cupboards flanked by two further drawers either side with brass handles, fluted canted sides, panelled ends, moulded plinth, 86cm high, 240cm wide, 47cm deep £600 - £800

652. An early 18th Century walnut oyster veneered cabinet on stand, probably continental, crossbanded top with moulded cornice, over double doors opening to an arrangement of various sized crossbanded drawers around a central cupboard, the stand with a single long frieze drawer with brass drop handles on chamfered block legs, 122cm high, 66cm wide, 37cm deep £400 - £600

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653. A Regency gilt wood pier looking glass, circa 1820 and later, ball cornice, Greek key eglomise frieze, the plate flanked by Egyptian head capital pilasters, 83 by 57cm £70 - £100 654. A Regency gilt wood pier looking glass, circa 1820 and later, plain cornice, the frieze with a relief moulded scene of shepherd and shepherdess with their flock, the plate flanked by Egyptian head capital fluted pilasters, 101 by 60cm £100 - £120 655. A mid Victorian plum pudding mahogany breakfast table, circa 1860, circular tilt top, tapered octagonal support, trefoil plinth, bun feet concealing metal castors, diameter 120cm £150 - £250 659 659. A Regency rosewood library table, circa 1820, double frieze drawers with moulded bead edging, acanthus carved supports on plinths and acanthus carved feet, width 138cm, depth 68cm £500 - £800 660. A 19th century carved elm folding library step ladder, the uprights carved as bamboo, united by cast iron hinges, 185cm long £800 - £1,200 661. An Edwardian oval mahogany occasional table, circa 1910, crossbanded patera inlaid top, X stretcher uniting strung tapered block legs terminating in spade feet, width 76cm £60 - £100

656 656. A late Victorian rosewood strung games table, circa 1890, fold-over moulded top with green baize surface, single long frieze drawer flanked by short drawers either side with stamped brass handles, tapered block legs terminating in ceramic castors, width 76cm, depth closed 45cm £200 - £300 657. A late 19th Century flame mahogany wellington chest, circa 1870, of Empire design, overhanging single frieze drawer over four graduated drawers with brass drop handles and escutcheons, flanked by columns, on bun feet, 90cm high, 55cm wide, 45cm deep £100 - £150

662. An Edwardian mahogany strung and crossbanded collectors’ vitrine, circa 1910, table top display void hinged cover and velvet lined base, the lower section with double glazed doors opening to shelving, outswept block legs, 103cm high, 76cm wide, 46cm deep £100 - £150 663. An Aesthetic Movement ebonised fireside chair, circa 1880, arched top rail with carved sunflower lunette frieze, ring turned uprights with ball finials, woolwork upholstered back and seat, spindle gallery base, ring turned legs, ceramic castors, 74cm high £50 - £80

658 658. A mid Victorian figured walnut pier cabinet, circa 1860, crossbanded and strung throughout, single glazed door opening to velvet lined shelving, canted corners, peg feet, 110cm high, 95cm wide, 40cm deep £200 - £300

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664. An Aesthetic Movement ebonised music cabinet, circa 1880, raised shelf back with fretwork and bevelled mirrors, single long frieze drawer over an amboyna panelled double door with gilt detailing opening to shelves, base tier, 138cm high, 66cm wide, 41cm deep £80 - £120 665. An Aesthetic Movement ebonised and gilt jardinière stand, circa 1880, fluted support with acanthus terminal, on a tripod base with reeded sabre legs and undertier, 114cm high £40 - £60

670. Gordon Russell of Broadway, a set of six mahogany armchairs, 1920s, scroll top rails, bar splats, drop-in tan rexine seats, tapered legs, one with plaque The Russell Workshop, Broadway, Worcestershire, 85cm high (6). Provenance: part of a commission for Guildford Hospital in the 1920s £300 - £500

666. An Aesthetic Movement ebonised and gilt pier cabinet, circa 1880, raised mirror back with shelf and spindle gallery, over a central glazed cupboard with a frieze painted with foliage on a gilt ground, flanked either side by mirrored back open shelves, turned legs, ceramic castors, 133cm high, 113cm wide, 40cm deep £100 - £150 667. An Arts & Crafts armchair in the manner of William Birch, early 20th Century, extended uprights with turned finials, scroll arms, tapered supports, stretchers, pad feet, 105cm high £120 - £150 668. A pair of Arts & Crafts light oak side chairs, circa 1905, in the manner of Shapland & Petter, acorn finials to the uprights, parquetry crossbanded throughout, pierced heart motif splats, bowfront upholstered seats, tapered legs, bun feet, 96cm high (2) £120 - £150 669. An Arts & Crafts elm childs rocking chair, circa 1905, extended uprights with acorn turned finials, marquetry inlaid splat in the form of an infant ironing, scroll terminal arms, rush seat, turned stretchers, 72cm high £40 - £60

671 671. A pair of Arts & Crafts brass and iron fire dogs in the manner of Ernest Gimson, of 17th Century design, with double pierced brass roundels of stylized swords amongst scrollwork, 66cm high (2). Note: the leading Arts & Crafts designer Ernest Gimson made a pencil sketch of a near identical pair or fire dogs at Haddon Hall, Derbyshire in 1889 and metalwork such as this clearly influenced his work £200 - £300 672. Walter Charles Edward for Guild of Handicraft, an Arts and Crafts repousse copper and oak panelled chest, circa 1910, the pine carcass applied with rectangular planished panels, the lid with embossed roses to each corner, with oak straps, barley twist columns to the corners, on four squat bun feet, 83cm wide, 40cm high, 48cm deep £400 - £600 673. An Art Deco bronzed wrought iron wall mirror, French circa 1930s, of curved form with bevelled plate, floral fretwork ends and tassel suspension, 42 by 88cm £100 - £150

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TERMS & CONDITIONS OF SALE AND BUSINESS These Conditions of Sale and Business constitute the contract between Kinghams Auctioneers limited and the seller, on the one hand, and the buyer on the other. By bidding at the auction, and/or consigning to Kinghams Auctioneers limited, you agree to be bound by the following terms. CONDITIONS OF SALE 1. DEFINITION In these terms of business: Kinghams Auctioneers Ltd is referred to as ‘Kinghams’. The Kinghams representative conducting the auction is referred to as the ‘auctioneer’. 2. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers if the transaction is not completed and paid for.

b) Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or email in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of terms in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue. Any indulgence extended to bidders, buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of the Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions. TERMS OF CONSIGNMENT FOR SELLERS

3. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment. 4. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION OF LOTS Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of statements relating to authorship, descriptions, origin, date, age, provenance and condition of lots. Statements made orally or in the catalogue are opinions given after careful consideration and research. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunity to view lots before any sale. When bidding, buyers acknowledge that they are fully satisfied as to the description and condition of the lot. 5. ATTRIBUTION OF PICTURES (a) If the forename(s) (or asterisks where not known) and surname of the artist are given, this indicates that in the opinion of Kinghams the picture is a work by the named artist. (b) If the initials of the forename(s) and the surname of the artist are given, this indicates that in the opinion of Kinghams the picture is a work of the period of the named artist and may be wholly or in part his work. (c) If the surname of the artist is given, this indicates that in the opinion of Kinghams the picture is a work of the same school of the named artist, or by one of his followers, or in his style and of uncertain date. (d) The term ‘Bears signature’ indicates that in the opinion of Kinghams this is not the signature of the artist.

1. INTERPRETATION In these Terms the words ‘you’, ‘yours’, etc. refer to the Seller and if the consignment of goods to us is made by an agent we assume that the Seller has authorised the consignment and that the consignor has the Seller’s authority to contract. Similarly the words ‘we’, ‘us’ etc. refer to Kinghams Auctioneers Ltd. 2. WARRANTY The Seller warrants that possession in the lots can be transferred to the Buyer with good and marketable title, free from any third party right and encumbrances, claims or potential claims. The Seller has provided all information concerning the items ownership, condition and provenance, attribution, authenticity, import or export history and of any concerns expressed by third parties concerning the same. 3. COMMISSION Commission is charged to sellers at a flat rate of 15% plus VAT on each lot. There is a lotting charge of £2.50 plus VAT per lot. 4. REMOVAL COSTS Items for sale must be consigned to the saleroom by and stated deadline and at your expense. We may be able to assist you with this process but any liability incurred to a carrier for haulage charges is solely your responsibility.

(e) All other terms are self-explanatory. 6. FORGERIES Notwithstanding Condition 4, any lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence provided that the lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the lot including any buyer’s premium. 7. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY Every person on Kinghams premises before, during or after a sale shall be deemed to be there at their own risk and shall have no claim against Kinghams in respect of any injury they may sustain or any accident which may occur. 8. DISPUTES Any dispute not covered in these terms of business will be settled at the sole discretion of Kinghams. 9. GENERAL We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. a) Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of the Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate.

5. LOSS AND DAMAGE OF GOODS a) Loss and Damage Warranty – Kinghams is not authorised by the FSA to provide insurance to its clients and does not do so. However, Kinghams for its own protection, assumes liability for property consigned to it at the lower pre-sale estimate until the hammer falls. To justify accepting liability, Kinghams makes a charge of 1.5% of the hammer price plus VAT. The liability assumed by Kinghams shall be limited to the lower pre-sale estimate or the hammer price if the lot is sold. b) If the owner of the goods consigned instructs us in writing not to take such action, the goods then remain entirely at the owners risk unless and until the property in them passes to the Buyer or they are collected by or on behalf of the owner, and clause 5(a) is inapplicable. 6. ILLUSTRATIONS The cost of any illustrations is borne by you. If we consider that the lot should be illustrated your permission will be asked first. The copyright in respect of such illustrations shall be the property of us, the auctioneers, as is the text of the catalogue. 7. MINIMUM BIDS AND OUR DISCRETION Goods will normally be offered subject to a reserve agreed between us before the sale in accordance with clause 8. We may sell lots below the reserve provided if we can account to you for the same sale proceeds as you would have received had the reserve been the hammer price. If you specifically give us a “discretion” we may accept a bid of up to 10% below the formal reserve.

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8. RESERVES a) You are entitled to place prior to the auction a reserve on any lot consigned, being the minimum hammer price at which that lot may be sold. Reserves must be reasonable and we may decline to offer goods which in our opinion would be subject to unreasonably high reserves {in which case goods carry the storage (Condition 17) and loss damage warranty (Condition 5(a) charges as stipulated in these Terms of Consignment}. b) A reserve once set cannot be changed except with our consent. c) Where a reserve has been placed only we may bid on your behalf and only up to the reserve (if any) and you may in no circumstances bid personally. d) Reserves are not usually accepted for lots expected to realise below £50. 9. ELECTRICAL ITEMS These are subject to detailed statutory safety controls. Where such items are accepted for sale you accept responsibility for the cost of testing by external contractors. Goods not certified as safe by an electrician (unless antiques) will not be accepted for sale. They must be removed at your expense on your being notified. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense. 10. SOFT FURNISHINGS The sale of soft furnishings is strictly regulated by statute law in the interests of fire safety. Goods found to infringe safety regulations will not be offered and must be removed at your expense. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense.The rights of disposal referred to in clauses 9 and 10 are subject to the provisions of The Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977, Schedule 1, a copy of which is available for inspection upon request. 11. DESCRIPTIONS Please assist us with accurate information as to the provenance etc. of goods where this is relevant. There is strict liability for the accuracy of descriptions under modern consumer legislation and in some circumstances responsibility lies with sellers if inaccuracies occur. We will assume that you have approved the catalogue description of your lots unless informed to the contrary. Where we are obliged to return the price to the buyer when the lot is a deliberate forgery under Condition 4 of the Conditions of Sale and we have accounted to you for the proceeds of sale you agree to reimburse us the sale proceeds. 12. UNSOLD ITEMS If an item is unsold it may at our discretion be re-offered at a future sale. Where in our opinion an item is unsaleable you must collect such items from the saleroom promptly on being so informed. Otherwise, storage charges may be incurred. 13. WITHDRAWN AND BOUGHT IN ITEMS These are liable to incur charges on being bought in or withdrawn after being catalogued. 14. CONDITIONS OF SALE You agree that all goods will be sold subject to our Conditions of Sale. In particular you undertake that you have the right to sell the goods either as owner or agent for the owner. You undertake to compensate us and any buyer or third party for all losses, liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of this undertaking. 15. AUTHORITY TO DEDUCT COMMISSION AND EXPENSES AND RETAIN PREMIUM AND INTEREST You authorise us to deduct commission at the stated rate and all expenses incurred from your account from the hammer price and consent to our right to retain beneficially the premium paid by the buyer in accordance with our Conditions of Sale and any interest earned on the sale proceeds until the date of settlement. You authorise us at our discretion to negotiate a sale by private treaty not later than the close of business 48 hours after the day of sale in the case of lots unsold at auction, in which case the same charges will be payable as if such lots had been sold at auction and so far as appropriate these Terms apply. 17. STORAGE We disclaim all liability for goods delivered to our saleroom without sufficient sale instructions and reserve the right to make storage charges.

18. SETTLEMENT Subject to funds having cleared in our account we aim to pay you no later than four weeks following the sale. If the buyer has not paid for the goods no settlement will be made but we will take your instructions in the light of our Conditions of Sale. You authorise any sums owed by you to us on other transactions to be deducted from the sale proceeds. Please note the liability to reimburse the proceeds of sale to us as under the circumstances provided for in Condition 11 above and you should therefore bear this in mind before parting with the proceeds of sale. INFORMATION FOR BUYERS 1. INTRODUCTION The following notes are intended to assist buyers particularly those who may be inexperienced or new to our saleroom. All sales are conducted in accordance with our Conditions of Sale. Our staff will be happy to help you with anything you do not fully understand. 2. AGENCY As auctioneers we usually contract as agents for the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly, if you buy your primary contract is with the seller. 3. THE BUYER The highest bidder acknowledged as such by the auctioneer will be the buyer. If any dispute arises, the auctioneer has absolute discretion to settle the matter. The auctioneer rules the bidding and bids cannot be retracted. The auctioneer reserves the right to refuse any bid. The successful bidder, whether bidding for himself or for a third party, is entirely responsible for paying for the lots they have bought in accordance with Kinghams’s Conditions of Sale and Business. The auctioneer reserves the right to bid on behalf of the sellers for any lot and to withdraw, consolidate or divide any lot or lots. 4. REGISTRATION Unless registered already on a bidding platform, it is essential that all prospective buyers register with us, giving their full name, address, contact telephone number(s) and email address. First time buyers will be required to provide proof of identity (i.e. driving licence/passport), a valid debit or credit card and a copy of a utility bill confirming their name and address. Upon receipt of the above a paddle will be issued, which is only valid for the current sale. The paddle may be used to indicate your bids to the Auctioneer during the sale. If successful, the bidder must ensure that their number can be seen by the Auctioneer and that it is their number that is called out. Should there be any doubts as to price or buyer, please draw the Auctioneer’s attention to it immediately. 5. BUYER’S PREMIUM - COMMISSION CHARGES There is a buyer’s premium of 23 per cent plus VAT on the hammer price of each lot up to and including £500,000. The buyer’s premium is 18% plus VAT on the hammer price of each lot on the excess of £500,001 up to and including £1,000,000. The buyer’s premium is 15% plus VAT on the hammer price of each lot on the excess of £1,000,001. 6. VALUE ADDED TAX Lots on which the buyer may have to pay VAT on the ‘hammer price’ are indicated in the catalogue with the following symbol *. The buyer must pay this VAT at the rates that apply on the day of the auction in addition to the buyer’s premium and VAT thereon. 7. AUCTIONEERS MARGIN SCHEME This scheme allows auctioneers to sell items without VAT on the hammer price. The buyer then pays an amount equivalent to VAT. This amount cannot be refunded and is not shown separately on the invoice. 8. PAYMENT Buyers must pay in full before items can be removed from the premises (please see “payment methods” below). Invoices will be issued from the day of the sale. Buyers must pay their invoice in full within 24 hours and advise when they will be collecting their item(s). Any invoices which remain unpaid after seven days will incur interest at 5% above the base rate, charged from the date of the sale. If buyers are unknown to us, we cannot hand over purchases unless we have adequate references or payment is cleared.

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Payment Methods We accept payment by: Cash – up to £9,000 (subject to money laundering regulations). Cheques – bankers draft, cashiers cheque, personal cheques and travellers cheques are all accepted. Credit cards – Visa or Mastercard (American Express or Diners Club not accepted). Debit cards – Visa, Delta, Switch, Connect Please note that we are unable to accept any card payments where the cardholder is not present. Bank transfer to: HSBC Bank, Bridge St, Evesham WR11 4RU Account no.: 51655345 Account name: Kinghams Auctioneers Ltd Sort code: 40-20-27 IBAN: GB91MIDL40202751655345 SWIFTBIC: MIDLGB22 Please note that a fee of £15 will be added for international bank payment. 9. LIVE INTERNET BIDDING Live online auctions are in conjunction with the-saleroom.com, invaluable.com and easyliveauction.com We ask that you register for the sale a minimum of 24 hours before the auction. When you have registered, you can watch the auction in real time; simply click the bid button to place a bid. If your bid is successful we will notify you after the sale for payment. Charges will be made for internet bidding dependent on the auction platform. See their terms and conditions for details. 10. TRANSFER OF RISK Each lot is the buyer’s sole responsibility from the fall of the hammer. 11. COMMISSION BIDS If instructed, Kinghams will execute bids and advise prospective buyers. This service is free. Buyers who cannot come to a sale may leave their bid with our staff after/during viewing, or make their bid in advance by telephone or email (enquiries@kinghamandormeauctioneers.com). Such bids are placed at the buyer’s own risk. Bids must be made at least one hour before the sale starts, but we advise buyers to make bids at the earliest possible opportunity. When making bids, buyers must provide: Their full name Address Email address Contact telephone numbers The number of the lot they wish to buy Their maximum bid amount – excluding commission which will be added to the invoice afterwards Buyers must state what their maximum bid would be. We cannot accept an instruction to ‘buy’ or unlimited bid.

14. STORAGE AND COLLECTION Please note all items after the auction will be removed to store. Arrangements for collection can be made with the office. 15. ELECTRICAL GOODS AND SOFT FURNISHINGS These are sold as ‘antiques’ only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations. 16. EXPORT OF GOODS Buyers intending to export goods should check whether an export licence is required and whether there is any specific prohibition on importing goods of that character because e.g. they may contain prohibited materials such as ivory. Ask us if you need help. 17. PACKING AND DESPATCH We offer a packing and despatch service for smaller lots. We also use national and local carriers. Further details can be obtained from our office. 18. DROIT DE SUITE ROYALTY CHARGES A work of art by a living artist, or those who have died within the last 70 years, which costs more than the UK sterling equivalent of €1,000 will incur a royalty charge. We pass this payment onto the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS), and do not charge a handling fee. Buyers can calculate royalty charges on the DACS website. Items marked with the † symbol in the catalogue will potentially incur royalty payments. We use the euro to UK sterling exchange rate which applies on the day of the sale. It is the buyer’s responsibility to check the relevant exchange rate. The actual qualifying threshold is calculated by the Artist’s Resale Right Service Hub based on the European Central Bank reference rate published at 2.15pm on the day of the sale, and can be found on the DACS website. The royalty charge for pictures which achieve a hammer price of more than the UK sterling equivalent of €1,000, but less that the UK sterling equivalent of €50,000 is 4%. On works of art that achieve a hammer price of more than the UK sterling equivalent of €50,000 a sliding scale of royalty charges applies. For a complete list of the royalty charges and threshold levels please download more information from the DACS website. The royalty charge is added to invoices, and must be paid before purchases are removed. VAT is not paid on royalty charges. 19. CITES LICENSE - IMPORTANT NOTICE RELATING TO SPORTING AND NATURAL HISTORY Clients intending to import/export any item derived from natural history specimens into/from a non-European country should first check for any Import/Export and possession restrictions prior to bidding/selling. Certain species (λ) are also subject to CITES regulations when exporting/ importing these items out of the EU. CITES regulations are given on www.ukcites.gov.uk or maybe obtained from Animal Health, Wildlife Licensing and Registration Service, Zone 1/17, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square, Bristol BS1 6EB. Those species that are covered by the US Endangered Species Act (USESA) or The Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA): potential US bidders should check with USF&W (US Fish and Wildlife Services) for trade/possession restrictions in the US prior to bidding.

We will ensure that lots are bought as cheaply as possible depending on the bids made and other reserves. If identical bids are placed, they will be dealt with on a “first come first served” basis. 12. TELEPHONE BIDS Lines for telephone bidding should be booked 24 hours before the auction. Lines are booked on a “first come first served basis.” Full name, address and telephone numbers will be required together with proof of identity and address. Bank and credit/debit card details are also necessary to secure the line. 13. DATA PROTECTION Kinghams will use information provided by its clients or obtained by Kinghams relating to its clients for the provision of auction services or as required by law. Kinghams may need to record telephone conversations for security or legal reasons or as necessary to provide a higher quality of service. Clients agree that Kinghams may use sensitive information that they supply to Kinghams. Unless permitted by law, Kinghams will not otherwise process sensitive personal data without express consent. By agreeing to the Conditions of Sale and Business, clients agree to the processing of their personal information.

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