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FINE & DECORATIVE ARTS Friday 8th & Saturday 9th October 2021



FINE AND DECORATIVE ARTS To be held at: 10-12 Cotswold Business Village, London Road, Moreton-in-Marsh GL56 0JQ FRIDAY 8TH OCTOBER SATURDAY 9TH OCTOBER 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 Valuer

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

Accomodation 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 One Silver and Plate

1 – 199

Jewellery and Watches

200 – 257

Coins

258 – 319

Books

320 – 332

Pictures

333 – 435

Furniture and Clocks

436 – 479

Day Two Oriental Ceramics and Works of Art

480 – 548

Works of Art

549 – 630

Paperweights

631 – 659

Glass

660 – 687

Continental Ceramics

688 – 714

Moorcroft

715 – 759

Art Pottery

760 – 856

British Ceramics

857 – 929

The Roundelwood Collection of 18th Century Worcester Porcelain, Part 1

930 – 952


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SILVER AND PLATE 1. A Chinese export silver snuff box, Wang Hing, Canton circa 1890, palm fitting oval form with hinged lid, engraved with dragons amongst clouds, 8.5cm, 2.84ozt £400 - £450 2. A pair of Chinese silver gilt and enamelled lion figures, filigree mesh construction, each resting a paw on a ball, 7cm long, 2.55ozt (2) £300 - £400 3. A Chinese silver filigree card case, circa 1890, rectangular section decorated with applied wrything dragons and clouds within foliate scroll and vine borders, 8.5cm x 6cm x 1.2cm, 1.79ozt £180 - £220 4. A Chinese export silver bowl, Wang Hing, Canton circa 1910, lobed and conical footed, engraved with floral specimens, insect and bird, 12.5cm diameter, 6.02ozt £250 - £350 5. Two 19th century Indian silver gilt and gem set photo frames, rectangular, repousse embossed with foliate vines set with turquoise, red, white and green cabochon stones, surmounted by pierced pediments of peacocks flanking floral cartouches, the revere with reticulated velvet backed grille and floral embossed borders, suspended on rings, opening 10cm x 7.5cm and 13cm x 10cm, overall 20cm x 12cm and 21cm x 14cm £500 - £800

11 11. A 17th century German silver box, WP, Konigsberg 1685, oval form, the lid embossed in high relief with a Romantic pastoral landscape of Venus and Adonis, the body with bouquets of fruit between engraved festoons, 10cm wide, 5cm high, 4.95ozt £1,500 - £2,000 12. A pair of German silver boxes, Hestermann and Ernst, Munich circa 1890, circular drum form, embossed in relief with pomegranates, the lids hinged, gilt interiors, 9.5cm diameter, 7.78ozt (2) £180 - £220 13. A French silver beaker, Paris circa 1745, rounded tumbler form, engraved with foliate scrolls below a banded border, 7cm high, 3.57ozt £280 - £350

6 6. An Egyptian silver cigar box, cushioned cuboid form, incised with Islamic script and foliate motifs, cedar lined, 11.5cm wide, 5cm high, 9.5cm deep £50 - £100 7. A pair of Hanau silver swan salt cellars, French import marks circa 1970s, cast and modelled in relief, gilt interiors, 7.5cm long, 3.11ozt (2) £180 - £220 8. An Austrian silver gilt and enamelled box, circular form, yellow guilloche enamel with a blue wreath of painted pink roses, hinged lid, 4.5cm diameter, 1.42ozt £150 - £200 9. An Italian novelty silver gramophone, Medusa Oro, Arezzo circa 1990, realistically modelled with articulated parts, 7cm long, 1.37ozt £30 - £50 10. A set of French Imperial silver flatware, Louis Antoine Drouard, Paris circa 1805, Fiddle and Thread pattern, including six table forks and six table spoons, 21cm long, 32.21ozt £200 - £300

14 14. An 18th century German silver gilt cup, Christian Drentwert, Augsburg 1775, footed ogee beaker form, embossed in the Rococo style with foliate scrolls and feathered flame border, 14.5cm high, 7.46ozt £1,500 - £2,000

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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15. A Dutch Biedermeier reticulated silver basket, BG, Netherlands1821, oval basin form, pierced with a band of foliate scrolls over fluting, below a milled ropetwist rim and swing handle, 9cm high, 9.5cm long, 2.03ozt £40 - £70 16. A 17th century German silver and parcel gilt lidded tankard, Johann Kartenbusch, Nuremberg circa 1625, conical form, embossed in relief with heart shaped motifs, engraved and chased foliate scroll decoration, the cast and beaded scroll handle with open tendril thumbpiece, 14cm high, 15.90ozt £6,000 - £7,000 17. 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 £50 - £80 18. A novelty Continental silver kettle, import marks for Amsterdam, 18th century, lobed ovoid form, ogee swing handle, 6cm high, 1.38ozt £250 - £300 15

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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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19. A matched pair of 18th century Flemish silver candlesticks, Ghent 1782, one with Provincial French marks, fluted wrythen and knopped baluster form, stepped, with removable sconces, 28cm high, 28.49ozt (2) £700 - £900

25. A George III Irish silver wine label for Port, John Rice, Dublin circa 1800, open pierced garland form, bright cut engraved with guilloche bands and acanthus frond on rolo chain, 5.5cm width, 0.43ozt £200 - £300 26. A George III Irish silver sugar basket, Dublin 1799, bright cut decorated pedestal boat form with swing handle, 7.44ozt £300 - £500 27. Two George III Provincial silver tablespoons, George Murray, Newcastle 1812, Thomas Watson, Newcastle 1809, Old English and Bright Cut patterns, 23cm long, 3.69ozt £40 - £60

20 20. A Russian Imperial silver Yad, assayed Josef Sosnkowski, Minsk 1878, hollow conical form applied with a vine leaf and tendril design, set with a turquoise cabochon and surmounted with a bird, 14.5cm long, 0.83ozt £100 - £150 21. A Swiss silver gilt and enamelled clock, Hase import marks for London 1920, domed rectangular form, the two inch dial with arabic numerals within a lavender guilloche and painted rose garland case. easel back, 10cm x 8cm £300 - £500 22. A Norwegian silver and cloisonné enamelled paper knife, Marius Hammer, circa 1904, the Grecian sword form with blue enamel foliate scroll designs, presentation inscription Reginald Butcher, HMY Victoria and Albert, from Princess Victoria 12th September 1904, 18cm long, 1.10ozt £100 - £120

28 28. A George I Provincial silver tablespoon, Thomas Maddock, Chester 1723, Hanoverian Rattail pattern, 20cm long, 1.60ozt £40 - £70

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23 23. An American silver footed bowl, J E Caldwell, Philadelphia circa 1932, decorated with a ribbed and guilloche engraved band and studded with cabochons, blue glass liner, 21cm diameter, 23.86ozt £200 - £250 24. An American silver butter knife, Tiffany and Co., New York circa 1900, the dolphin head cleaver blade on a chased and engraved fern scroll and rosette handle, 20cm long, 2.10ozt £80 - £120

29. A pair of Victorian silver salt cellars, Holland, Son and Slater, London 1882, footed basin form with serpentine rims, embossed with laurel garland and acanthus lappets, 6.5cm long, 2.43ozt (2) £60 - £80 30. A Victorian silver goblet, Daniel and Charles Houle, London 1877, plain rounded bowl on a splayed bead knopped stem and beaded foot, 14.5cm high, 3.57ozt £100 - £150

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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31. A novelty silver spice box, in the form of a steam engine, hexagonal section with applied knotted ropetwist motifs, on articulated filigree wheels, 8cm long, 1.98ozt £100 - £150

34. A Victorian silver novelty cigar lighter in the form of a ship’s lantern, Lawrence Emanuel, Birmingham 1900, realistically modelled and engraved, red glass and swing handle, 9.5cm high, 3.97ozs £300 - £500

37. An Edwardian novelty silver articulated teddy bear pin cushion, H V Pithey & Co, Birmingham 1909, modelled as a muzzled bear with moving arms and legs, with a nose ring suspension, 6cm high, 0.64ozt £800 - £1,200 38. A George III silver and whale bone punch ladle, Thomas Morley, circa 1780, the beaded and gilded pap boat bowl on a fluted shaft and collared handle, with pineapple finial, 38cm long £60 - £80 39. A Victorian novelty silver spoon, Hilliard and Thomason, Birmingham 1884, modelled in the form of a shovel, 7.5cm long, 0.18ozt £50 - £80

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32. A Victorian novelty silver gilt and glass combination spirit flask vinaigrette, Thomas Johnson, London 1875, modelled as a bugle horn, on chain, one end with screw cap, the other hinged with pierced and engraved grille, 10.5cm long £350 - £400

35. A George V novelty silver gilt spirit flask, G H James and Co., London 1920, circular pocket watch form, engraved with a clock face, screw cap, 7cm long, 0.87ozt £100 - £150

40. An Elizabeth II silver novelty beaker, Brian Shadbolt, Birmingham 1984, modelled in the form of a thimble with chased foliate scroll band, gilt interior, 5.5cm high, 0.99ozt £120 - £140 41. A George III silver goblet, London 1810, the egg form bow, gilded and engraved with a band of hops and flowers, on a splayed stem with concentric ring decoration, octagonal foot, 13cm high, 7.06ozt £300 - £350 42. A large Edwardian silver cigar box, Elkington and Co., London 1906, cushioned cuboid form with engine turned decoration, cedar lined with three compartments, 25cm wide, 9cm high, 15cm deep £200 - £300 43. An Edwardian electroplated table cigarette casket of hunting interest, the cover with an inset coloured lithograph of a hunting scene after George Wright, width 18cm, depth 9.5cm £50 - £80

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33. An Edwardian silver novelty pin cushion, Birmingham 1904, modelled in the form of a Hedgehog, the body pierced with holes, 4.5cm, 0.39ozt £250 - £300

36. An Edwardian silver novelty pin cushion, Adie and Lovekin Ltd, Birmingham 1906, in the form of an elephant, 4.5cm long, 0.82ozt £150 - £200

44. A Victorian silver goblet, Fenton Brothers, Sheffield 1884, the rounded beaker bowl engraved for the Newcastle Gun Club De Loriel Cup 1891, within fern cartouche, on a bead knopped stem and splayed foot, 17cm high, 5.07ozt £220 - £250

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 Victorian silver plated egg boiler and an egg cruet, Neoclassical form, on three lions paw and ball strap legs, the six cup cruet beaded with stepped pad feet, 22cm high (2) £60 - £80

49. A pair of George III silver meat platters, Paul Storr, London 1801, broad rimmed oval form with gadrooned borders, 40.5cm long, 84.05ozt (2) Note: engraved with the crest and coat of arms of Charles Hoskins Master £4,000 - £4,500

46 46. A Victorian novelty silver plated spoon warmer, Mappin and Webb, circa 1890, modelled in the form of a boot, with hinged lid, 18.5cm long £200 - £250 47. A pair of George V silver nutcrackers, Mappin & Webb, London 1918, Old English feather edge pattern, 14.5cm length, 5.50ozt £180 - £220

50 50. A Victorian silver and glass claret jug, John Grinsell and Sons, Birmingham 1888, the spherical rock crystal style ribbed body with cylindrical collar and angled handle after a design by Christopher Dresser, 16cm high £150 - £200 51. A Victorian silver and glass claret jug, John Grinsell and Sons, Birmingham 1891, the ovoid body with hobnail and vertical cutting, the splayed collar with denticulated rim and helmet form lip, loop handle, on a flared foot, 23cm high £120 - £180

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48. Two pairs of George IV and Victorian silver gilt, nut dishes, Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard, London 1823, Barnards, London 1841, each of broad rimmed dish form with cast foliate and floral borders, 13cm diameter, 16.96ozt (4) £600 - £700

52. A George V silver mounted cut glass whisky bottle decanter, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1929, diamond and mitre decoration with hinged bayonet flask fitting, 25cm high £200 - £250

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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53. A George III silver wine label for Brandy, George Smith and Thomas Hayter, London 1794, crescent form, bright cut engraved and suspended on rolo chain, 4.5cm, 0.25ozt £180 - £200

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58. A Victorian novelty silver and glass decanter, John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham 1894, modelled as a Champagne bottle, the clear glass tapered body mounted with a plain sleeve and hinged Champagne cork stopper, 34cm high £500 - £700

54. A set of four George III silver wine labels for Port, Madeira and Claret, Susannah Barker, London circa 1800, of chamfered rectangular form, engraved with coat of arms, 4.5cm, 1.32ozt (4) £300 - £400 55. A William IV silver wine label for Sauterne, William Knight, London 1835, cast and chased with fruiting grape vines and a central lions mask, pierced with the name of the wine above acanthus scrolls and shell, suspended on a rolo chain, 5.5cm long, 0.60ozt £40 - £70 56. An Edwardian silver wine label for Gin, Sampson Mordan, Chester 1905, circular ticket form with cast lettering, on chain, 3cm diameter, 0.55ozt £30 - £50 57. A Victorian electrotype and glass claret jug, Elkington and Co., 1891, the plain splayed bulbous boy after Christopher Dresser, mounted with cast Bacchanalian collar and lid, beaded lower strap and foliate angled handle, the finial in the form of a lion supporting a shield, 27.5cm high £80 - £120 59 59. An Edwardian silver wine coaster, Daniel and John Wellby, London 1907, heavily cast and chased with fruiting grape vines over an open arcade of interlocking lancets, above an embossed foliate border, 15.5cm diameter, 14.10ozt £100 - £200 60. Two George III Old Sheffield Plate wine coasters, circa 1780, reticulated and bright cut engraved, one with pierced fluting, the other with floral rosette arcading , turned wooden bases, 12.5cm diameter and 11cm diameter (2) £30 - £50 61. A Victorian silver mounted stoneware beer set, Richards and Brown, London 1873/1874, salt glazed and sprigged with tavern and hunting motifs, including two conical beakers and a shouldered jug, 17cm high (3) £80 - £120 62. A George V silver plated wine bottle holder, Walker and Hall, beaded base and ogee collar, height adjustable handle, maximum height 34cm high £70 - £100 63. A Victorian silver plated wine bottle holder, Walker and Hall, beaded and knotted open tendril design, 21cm high £30 - £50 58 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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64. A Victorian silver mustard pot, Edward, Edward, John and William Barnard, London 1845, cylindrical form with ogee foot and cushion domed lid, cast shell thumb piece and ear handle, glass liner, 7.5cm high, 4.63ozt £40 - £70 65. A Victorian reticulated silver mustard pot, John Gammage, London 1901, cylindrical form with ogee foot and gadrooned rim, scrolling foliate and floral design , acanthus ear handle and cat shell thumbpiece, blue glass liner, 6.5cm high, 2.43ozt £30 - £50 66. An Edwardian silver candle snuffer, Sampson Mordan & Co, London 1903, cylindrical form, 30cm long £80 - £120 67. A George V silver and cut glass box, Thomas Bishton, Birmingham 1916, cuboid form, the lid embossed with flowers within a sinuous border, hobnail cut base, 13.5cm long £50 - £80

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70. A George III silver neck stock buckle, Thomas Tookey, London circa 1770, chased foliate design, three buttons to one end, 4cm long, 0.43ozt £40 - £60 71. A George III silver snuff box, WP over BS, London 1799, cuboid form, engraved with rattan tiles, gilt interior, 7.5cm x 5cm, 2.00ozt £30 - £50 72. Paul Storr, a William IV silver melon form teapot, Storr and Mortimer, London 1836, squat footed form engraved with foliate scroll cartouches, the finial cast as a thistle, in fitted box, 24cm long, 19.64ozt £500 - £800 73. A Victorian silver and Ashford Marble set stamp box, Deakin and Francis, Birmingham 1876, plain cuboid form with three section gilt interior, the lid applied with an oval roundel of pietra dura rose specimen, 7.5cm wide, 5.5cm deep, 3.5cm high, 6.17ozt £320 - £380

68. An Edwardian novelty silver pedestal tripod bon bon dish, Roberts and Belk, Sheffield 1908, in the form of an 18th century table, the top reticulated with reed and ring bands, 9.5cm high, 2.92ozt £100 - £120

74. An Edwardian novelty silver sugar basket, Williams Ltd, Birmingham 1904, modelled as a coal scuttle with swing handle, 9cm high, 2.28ozt £160 - £200

69. A set of four silver and enamelled bridge pencils, circa 1940s, engine turned with square section terminals, each side with a black or black enamel suit, propelling lead, in fitted box, 9cm long £30 - £50

75. A George V silver encased scent bottle, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1915, bowed cuboid form, engine turned barley corn design with trailing vine borders, removable glass flask inset, with cork stopper, 13.5cm high £150 - £200

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76. A George V novelty silver ‘nightcap’ beaker, Stuart Clifford and Co, London 1911, realistically modelled as a cloth hat, the tassel forming the handle, gilt interior, 7.5cm, 1.18ozt £280 - £350

80. A set of six George V silver gilt and enamelled coffee spoons, William Hutton, Birmingham 1932, each with black and white cloisonné enamel of foliate scroll and diaper motifs, 10cm long, 2.56ozt £30 - £50

77. A pair of Victorian novelty silver sugar tongs, Louis Dee, London 1884, realistically cast and modelled as a monkey, arms raised and standing on looped branches, scissor action, 14cm long, 2.46ozt £700 - £1,000

81. An Edwardian silver teething rattle, Colen Hewer Cheshire, Chester 1902, the foliate scroll embossed spherical top, with agate teether handle, 11.5cm long £40 - £70

78. David Andersen for Tiffany and Co., a set of twelve Norwegian silver gilt and enamelled coffee spoons, circa 1900, each with yellow guilloche enamel bordered and beaded in white, in a fitted case, 11cm long, 5.52ozt (12) £80 - £120

82. A Victorian silver teething rattle, London 1888, florally embossed multi knopped baluster form with whistle and bells, set with coral, 13cm long £70 - £100 83. A George III silver mote spoon, circa 1780, the rattail bowl pierced with scrolling foliate fronds, 14cm, 0.20ozt £100 - £150 84. An Elizabeth II large silver cigar box, Harman Brothers, Birmingham 1967, cushion topped cuboid form with engine turned engraving, three section cedar lined interior, 23cm wide, 7.5cm high, 16cm deep £350 - £400

79 79. A set of six George V silver and enamelled coffee bean spoons, Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1930, the backs of the bowls with Chinoiserie style black and yellow enamel decoration, highlighted in gilt, fitted Elkington box, 9.5cm long, 1.55ozt (6) £30 - £50

85 85. A Victorian silver shaving mug with brush, William Hutton and Sons, London 1898 and Sheffield 1900, double gourd form with crimped rims and broad spout, gadrooned to the border, 11cm high, £300 - £500 6.96ozt

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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86. A George VI silver and enamelled cigarette case, William Neale and Son Ltd, Birmingham 1939, rectangular form with engine turned Nile blue enamel decoration, 8cm x 7.5cm, 3.04ozt £30 - £50

97. A set of Victorian silver and ivory handled fish eaters, Mappin and Webb, Sheffield 1890, the knife blades bright cut and pierced with open scrolling foliate motifs, the forks similarly engraved, 23.5cm long (14) £80 - £120

87. A George II silver salver, Robert Abercromby, London 1741, fluted ogee and shell border, on three stepped pad feet, 15.5cm diameter, 6.27ozt £250 - £300

92 92. A George V silver and cut glass pepper mill, John Grinsell and Sons, Birmingham 1912, the spherical hobnail cut body on a splayed foot, the arm handle with ebonised finial, 9.5cm high £40 - £70

88 88. A small George V silver and alligator hip flask, James Dixon and Sons for Finnigans, Sheffield 1917-1919, plain bayonet hinged cap, 10.5cm high £80 - £120

93. Three Edwardian and George V silver quaiche style bon bon dishes, Mappin and Webb, Birmingham 1911 and Josiah Williams and Co., London 1908, including a pair, each with reticulated borders and pierced twin handles, 13cm long, 3.68ozt (3) £80 - £120 94. A George III silver snuff box, John Shaw, Birmingham 1814, the inset hinged lid engraved with a coaching scene, milestone inscribed York, 6cm x 4cm, 1.12ozt £100 - £200 95. An Edwardian silver sovereign case, Joseph Gloster, Birmingham 1902, foliate chased with fob attachment, 4.5cm long, 0.58ozt £80 - £120 96. An Edwardian silver box, Horace Woodward and Co., Birmingham 1905, planished with broad rims and rounded ends, hinged lid, 15cm long, 4.26ozt £40 - £70

98 98. A Victorian silver six division toast rack, William Evans, London 1871, each divider of double stranded looped ribbon form, on a foliate cast rectangular base with four scroll bracket feet and acanthus cartouche handle, 18.5cm long, 11.63ozt £150 - £250 99. A George V silver six division toast rack, Mappin & Webb Ltd, London 1912, open pointed horseshoe arches on four bun feet, 13cm long, 5.7ozt £40 - £60 100. A Victorian silver mounted tortoiseshell cigar box, A and J Zimmerman, Birmingham 1897, cushion topped cuboid form, the lid with silver corners and applied fretwork inscription Cigars, cedar lined, 23cm wide, 8cm high, 17cm deep £200 - £300

89 89. A gilt and enamelled cigarette case, rectangular, the lid painted with a fox terrier dog in polychrome enamel, chased foliate border and engine turned back, 8.5cm x 6cm £200 - £300 90. A George III silver salt cellar, David and Robert Hennell, London 1763, cauldron form, on three stepped pad and shell feet, embossed with floral garlands below a gadrooned rim, gilt interior, 8.5cm diameter, 2.51ozt £30 - £50 91. A George V silver and enamel lidded glass pot, William Neale, Birmingham 1929, the blue guilloche enamelled lid and finial on a hobnail cut squat ovoid base, 13cm diameter £120 - £180

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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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101. A George V silver pepper pot, I S Greenberg and Co., Birmingham 1916, fluted baluster form, on three trefoil pad feet, 10cm high, 1.17ozt £20 - £40

107. A pair of George III cast silver tea tongs or sugar tongs, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1807, scissor action, modelled in relief as a leafy and flowering vine, 11cm long, 1.30ozt £70 - £100

102. A pair of George V silver scissors, Adolph Barsach Davis, London 1929, cast with grape vine handles, steel edged blades, 12cm long, 1.51ozt £40 - £70

108. A Victorian silver and tortoiseshell dish, Robert Pringle, Birmingham 1900, hear shaped and embossed in the Rococo style with scrolls, trellis and flowers, looped wire handle and heart shaped thumbpiece, on three ball feet, 13.5cm long, 1.77ozt £40 - £70

103. A William IV silver apple corer, maker Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1831, turned ivory handle, length assembled 11cm £150 - £180

109. An Edwardian silver novelty pincushion, Adie and Lovekin, Birmingham 1905, modelled as a pig, 5cm, 0.70ozt £130 - £150 110. An Elizabeth II silver box, Asprey and Co, London 2016, circular form with stepped and fluted lid, velvet lined interior, 8.5cm diameter, 6.12ozt £200 - £250 111. A George V silver three piece cruet, William Suckling, Birmingham 1922, square section baluster form, on four pad feet, with ogee fret cut rims, including mustard pot, salt cellar and pepper pot, blue glass liners, 6.10ozt (3) £40 - £70 112. An Edwardian silver desk set, James Deakin and Son, Chester 1908, including capstan inkwell, pair of column candlesticks and pen and pencil, in a fitted velvet lined blue Moroccan leather case, sticks 10cm high £200 - £250

104 104. A part canteen of George VI silver flatware, William Hutton and Sons, Sheffield 1946, Hanoverian Rat Tail pattern, including 12 dessert forks, dessert spoons and soup spoons, six table spoons, 11 dinner forks and eight teaspoons, 111.24ozt (61) £800 - £1,200 105. A Victorian silver bowl, William Hutton, Sheffield 1899, half reeded hemispherical and footed form, 16.5cm diameter, 10.91ozt £100 - £150 106. A pair of George V silver pedestal dishes, Elkington and Co., Birmingham 1911, each of octagonal section tazza form on splayed feet, 10cm high, 15cm diameter, 9.37ozt (2) £80 - £120

113 113. A pair of William IV silver candlesticks, Creswick & Co., Sheffield 1835, anthemion to removable sconces, stem shoulders and bases, 24cm high (2) £300 - £500 114. Two Elizabeth II silver lidded dressing table boxes, W I Broadway and Co., Birmingham 1981, the lids embossed with foliate scrolls and birds, including a velvet lined jewel casket and a cut glass jar, 11cm diameter (2) £40 - £70 115. A Victorian silver card case, William Crouch & Son, Edinburgh circa 1860, chased geometric scroll design, 9.5cm x 6.5cm, 2.34ozt £70 - £90 107

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116. A George V silver and enamelled glass jar, Charles S Green and Co., Birmingham 1928, squat ovoid body with floral motifs, pink guilloche enamel lid, 7.5cm high £60 - £80

120. A George III silver mustard pot, Peter, Ann and William Bateman, London 1804, straight sided oval form, ogee domed lid and reeded borders, with shell thumb piece, blue glass liner, 11cm long, 3.45ozt £50 - £80 121. Two Elizabeth II silver dishes, Barket Ellis Silver Co., Birmingham 1973, and John Henry Odell, London 1971, one of Armada alms dish form, the other with lobed petal border, 11cm diameter, 4.83ozt (2) £40 - £70 124 124. An Edwardian silver framed mirror, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1908, ogee bombe cartouche form, the bevelled glass within an embossed foliate scroll and floral frame, on blue velvet backing, 23cm x 18cm £50 - £80

117 125. A Victorian silver cigarette case, William Neale, Chester 1901, hip fitting rectangular form, chased foliate scroll design, 8.5cm x 7.5cm, 1.96ozt £40 - £60

117. A George V silver tea caddy, Lowe and Sons, Chester 1915, Queen Anne cuboid form with hinged lid and swing handle, 11cm high, 6.28ozt £70 - £100 118. A Victorian silver gilt sugar basket, Thomas Smily, London 1873, oval section Neoclassical pedestal boat form, engraved with trailing vine border above fern fronds, the cast swing handle of entwined rose headed tendrils, beaded borders, 19cm high, 9.10ozt £300 - £350

126. A silver compact, square section, engraved with geometric stripes and fish motif, marked Sterling, 6.5cm square £30 - £50 122 127. Two Edwardian and George V silver aide memoire cases, Cohen and Charles, Chester 1908 and Crisford and Norris, Birmingham 1911, one of sleeve form, the other double hinged book cover form, 8cm x 5.5cm (2) £50 - £80

122. A Victorian Irish silver triple compartment box, Samuel Le Bas, Dublin 1874, of cylindrical form, each section threaded and engraved with abbreviated initials, Inf, Cath, Chr, 7cm high, 2.08ozt £250 - £300

128. A George V silver teapot, Barker Brothers, Birmingham 1936, ogee lobed boat form, with ebonised handle and finial, 28.5cm long, 19.92ozt £100 - £200

123. A Victorian silver reticulated mustard pot, William Hutton and Sons, London 1895, oval section with ogee lid, pierced fluting and embossed ribbon swags, on four ball feet, glass liner, 5cm high, 1.63ozt £30 - £50 119 119. A pair of Victorian novelty silver salt spoons, John Aldwinckle and Thomas Slater, London 1891, cast in the form of shamrocks on woody branch stems, gilt bowls, 7cm long, 0.46ozt £30 - £50

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129. An Edwardian silver novelty pin cushion, Charles Boyton and Sons, Birmingham 1906, modelled in the form of a canoe, with green velvet interior, 13cm long £100 - £150

138. A pair of George V silver salt cellars, I S Greenberg and Co., Birmingham 1916, twin handled fluted boat form, cast with C scroll foliate borders and open acanthus handles, on ogee trefoil pad feet, 10.5cm long, 2.97ozt (2) £40 - £70

130. A George V silver and glass inkwell, Synyer and Beddoes, Birmingham 1913, plain domed body with star cut base, pie crust hinged lid, 5.5cm high £40 - £70

139. A pair of George III silver sauce ladles, Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1810, Fiddle and Thread pattern, 18.5cm long, 4.27ozt (2) £120 - £180

134 134. A Victorian silver and glass inkwell, Asprey and Co., London 1878, the domed body with hobnail cut base, rounded hinged lid, engraved with the coronet of a Princess and monogram for Princess Louise Margaret of Prussia, later Duchess of Connaught, 8cm diameter Note: Prussian born Louise Margaret, married the third son of Queen Victoria, Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught, in 1879. This inkwell is likely to have been a wedding gift £80 - £120 131 131. A George III silver jug, William Cattell, London 1771, pedestal ogee baluster form, with pulled lip and punched beading to the rim, embossed to the body with Rococo garlands and crossed fronds, a vacant shell scroll cartouche and ear handle, 12cm high, 2.55ozt £100 - £120

140. A large George V silver photo frame, S M Levi Ltd., Birmingham 1913, rectangular form, engine turned bands and heart shaped corners, oak buttress hinged back, opening 26cm x 16.5cm, overall 30cm x 20.5cm £80 - £120 141. A George III silver and whalebone punch ladle, circa 1787, the ogee bowl set with a shilling, on a twisted handle, 37cm long £40 - £60 142. A George V silver wager cup, Birch & Gaydon, London 1936, of traditional Northern European form, modelled as a woman in dress, arms raised, 13.5cm high. 3.87ozt £250 - £350

135. A Victorian embossed silver wall clock, Charles Edwards, London 1887, stepped convex circular form, decorated in relief with an oak leaf and laurel wreath within a band of foliate scrolls and feathered border, vacant cartouches, 21.5cm diameter £500 - £800

143. An Austrian enamelled silver box, Georg Adam Scheid, circa 1900, circular drum form, blue and cream guilloche enamel, painted with a floral bouquet to the lid, gilt interior, 10.5cm diameter, 8.36ozt £500 - £700

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136. A George V silver and enamelled cut glass scent bottle, William Comyns and Sons, London 1926, spherical body with foliate decoration, the hinged lid with blue guilloche enamel roundel, 10.5cm high £50 - £80

144. A George II silver nutmeg grater, BM, London circa 1750, acorn form with screw cap, 5cm high, 0.61ozt £350 - £400

132. A Victorian silver purse, George Unite, Birmingham 1885, rounded rectangular form, chased foliate scroll decoration, with four section leather interior and mirror, 8cm £40 - £60

133 133. A pair of George III cast silver sugar tongs, Philip Batchelor, London circa 1770, pierced and chased open foliate arms with scallop shell pads, 13.5cm long, 1.48ozt £40 - £60

137. A Victorian silver combination vesta, stamp box, page turner, J Batson and Son, London 1896, the rounded wedge handle with hinged lid and twin section compartment, 42.5cm long £250 - £300

145. A Victorian silver and alligator hip flask, William Hutton and Sons, London 1897, cushioned rectangular form with bayonet hinged cap, 14cm high £100 - £150

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146. Three George V silver plated and leather hip flasks, Walker and Hall and James Dixon and Sons, various sizes, one with alligator leather, each with bayonet hinged caps, 17.5cm high (3) £40 - £70 147. An Edwardian silver epergne, Cohen and Charles, Birmingham 1908, weighted wire support with three removable trumpet vases with crimped rims, 21.5cm high £50 - £80

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148 148. An Elizabeth II silver and lapis lazuli pill box, C&AJW, London 2000, trapezoid navette form, the twin handles in the form of ducks, 3.5cm high, 1.16ozt £30 - £50 149. A George V silver gilt travelling double photograph frame, Garrard and Co, London 1912, rectangular form with engine turned wave decoration, folding clip fastener, openings 7.5cm x 5.5cm, overall 8.5 x 7cm, 4.60ozt £280 - £350 150. Three George V silver tablespoons, Joseph Rodgers and Sons, Sheffield 1922, bright cut engraved Fiddle Pattern, 21cm long, 7.32ozt £40 - £60 156 151. A George III Old Sheffield Plate dish, circa 1780, ogee form, ribbon and reed with acanthus border, 28cm diameter £20 - £40 152. A Victorian silver plated biscuit box, Walker & Hall, shell form, two fold down compartments with pierced fretwork design covers, on a bark effect stand raised on feet, 24cm high £150 - £250 153. A Victorian Gothic parcel gilt caddy spoon and sugar tong set, Charles Edwards, London 1880, cast in relief with Medieval knights and maidens, between twisted supports, in fitted velvet lined Moroccan leather case, 1.62ozt £100 - £150 154. Christopher Dresser (attributed) for James Dixon and Sons, a silver plated three decanted cruet stand, circa 1880, model 2168, angled trefoil form with square compartments, baton and ball construction with triangular square section handle, 33cm high £150 - £200 155. Christopher Dresser, an Aesthetic movement silver double basket, Roberts and Belk, Sheffield 1881, the oval conical twin compartments united by a rattan covered handle, inverted scrolled rims to the sides, 21cm long, with two Hukin and Heath silver spoons, 12.48ozt £400 - £600 156. Christopher Dresser for Hukin and Heath, a silver plated six division articulated letter rack, model 2555, circa 1880, the barrel arched base plate with moving dividers formed of rods united by spherical balls, on squat bun feet, 12.5cm high £200 - £300

157 157. Christopher Dresser for Hukin and Heath, a silver plated and cut glass cruet stand, circa 1880, the plain cuboid mustard, salt and pepper pots within an angled fret cut cage on squat conical feet, supported on a hexagonal section T bar handle, 12cm high £200 - £300

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162. An American Art Nouveau silver comport, possibly Watson Company, circa 1905, the crimped and embossed dish pierced with foliate scrolls and modelled in relief with fruiting cherry branches and flower, on a splayed base, stamped sterling marks, 16cm high £250 - £350 163. Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled bowl, Birmingham 1910, rounded cylindrical form with everted rim, gadrooned with alternating green and blue foil backed enamel, 11.5cm diameter, 4.22ozt £300 - £500

158 158. Christopher Dresser for Hukin and Heath, a silver and cut glass four piece cruet, Heath and Middleton, Birmingham 1904, the four rounded conical vessels containing silver mounted and cut glass bottles, supported from an open demilune spade handle, 19cm high, 9.94ozt £400 - £600

164 164. An Arts and Crafts silver and turned wood mazer bowl, D and M Davis, Sheffield 1929, squat thistle form decorated with punched floral bands and geometric skirt, 12.5cm diameter £220 - £250

159 159. Christopher Dresser for James Dixon and Sons , an Aesthetic Movement coffee pot, circa 1880, conical form on four plain slender bracket feet, angled conical spout and black dowel handle, stamped marks and facsimile, 17.5cm high £150 - £250 160. A German Jugendstil silver handle, circa 1905, modelled in relief with an eagles head and talons grasping a central shaft with trailed ribbon, stamped marks, 18cm long £20 - £40 161. A French Art Nouveau silver mounted and etched glass bowl, glass etched with irises, lower relief moulded rim with the same motifs, 20cm wide £150 - £250

165 165. An Arts and Crafts silver photo frame, Sothers, Orchard and Co., Birmingham 1907, waisted and domed bracket form with open beaded braces, easel back, bevelled glass, opening 13.5cm x 8cm, overall 18cm x 13.5cm £40 - £70

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172. 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) £60 - £80

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166. An Arts and Crafts silver mustard pot, Alexander Clark Manufacturing Co, Birmingham 1902, oval section, embossed and pierced in relief with flowering leafy vine, the lid tendril thumb piece, blue glass liner, 9cm long, 1.59ozt £80 - £120

168. A E Jones, an Arts and Crafts silver mustard pot, Birmingham 1902, the planished rounded body with crimped and folder rim, overlaid with knotted tendril strap cage, on three scroll feet, glass liner, 5.5cm high, 2.43ozt £150 - £250 169. Kate Harris for William Hutton and Sons, pair of Arts and Crafts silver salt cellars, London 1902, bowed triangular section, planished and applied with riveted feet of ogee scroll and cartouche form, 6cm diameter, 3.81ozt (2) £200 - £300

167 167. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled card case, William Hair Haseler, Birmingham 1906, rectangular form with central cabochon of stylised buds in blue green enamel, 9.5cm x 7cm, 2.32ozt £100 - £200

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173 173. A Danish Secessionist silver beaker, Theodor Herss, Copenhagen 1923, planished double ogee form with embossed ropetwist band to the foot, 7cm high, 1.06ozt £40 - £60

170. Kate Harris for William Hutton and Sons, a silver Hymn and Common Prayer book case, Birmingham 1902, central cartouche of young woman within a knotted and foliate tendril border, leather bound, 10cm wide £200 - £300 171. Kate Harris for William Hutton and Sons, an Arts and Crafts silver box, London 1901, circular drum form, the lid embossed in relief with a profile bust of a woman wearing a cap, in the Art Nouveau style, 8.5cm diameter, 3.14ozt £300 - £500

174 174. Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen, a pair of Danish Skonvirke silver Konge (Acorn) ice tongs, designed 1915, import marks for London 1962, sprung scissor action with acanthus claw bowls, 16cm long, 2.30ozt £80 - £120

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175. A German Art Deco silver four piece matched tea set, Bruchmann and Sohn and Kaeser and Uhlmann, circa 1930, the planished baluster form teapot with macassar handle and finial, similar bowl and jug, on a rectangular bakelite tray with silver handles, teapot 23cm long £500 - £800 176. A pair of Art Deco silver twin handled dishes, Barker Brothers, Birmingham 1935, shallow conical form with stepped concentric feet and rims, the handles of stepped fan form, 14.5cm wide, 3.59ozt (2) £40 - £70 177. Three Art Deco silver cigarette cases, various maker and dates including Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1937, one with shagreen covers, 1931, the other two engine turned, 8.5cm x7.5cm, 9.64ozt (3) £80 - £120 178. Hollywood interest, a French Art Deco silver and glass toilet set, import marks Cartier, London 1927, including bottles and jars, each with engine turned cylindrical lids, monogrammed GC, for Gladys Cooper, tallest 15.5cm high (6)

183. A harlequin set of twelve Art Deco Norwegian silver gilt and enamelled coffee spoons, Kristian Hestenes, Bergen, circa 1930s, each with a different coloured guilloche enamel bowl and handle, in original fitted box, 9.5cm long, 4.51ozt (12) £80 - £120

180 180. An Art Deco silver and enamelled cut glass scent bottle, JA, London 1930, the hammer form body facet and slice cut, with a screw cap of domed form with yellow guilloche enamel, 6.5cm high £30 - £50

184. David Andersen, a harlequin set of six Norwegian silver gilt and enamelled coffee spoons, circa 1900, each with green, blue or white guilloche enamel and beaded borders to the bowls, 9.5cm long, 1.70ozt (6) £40 - £60

181. An Art Deco silver and enamelled compact, Mappin and Webb, Birmingham 1936, chamfered square section with green guilloche enamel sunrise lid, 7.5cm square, 3.81ozt £40 - £70

Note: Dame Gladys Cooper was a British born actress who starred in many Hollywood films, including the Alfred Hitchcock directed film Rebecca, as well as performing on stage. £200 - £300

185 185. David Andersen, a Secessionist silver gilt and enamelled dish, circa 1920, the central roundel of deer and foliage, applied with gold highlights, within a blue guilloche enamel ground, 9.8cm diameter, 2.64ozt £80 - £120

179. An Art Deco style silver tea strainer, Edward Barnard and Sons Ltd., London 1945, hemispherical bowl on a stepped fan handle, 14cm long, 1.92ozt £60 - £80 182 182. An Art Deco silver, enamel and cut glass jar, circa 1920s, slice cut cylindrical form with blue guilloche enamelled collar and glass stopper, 6.5cm high £30 - £50

186. David Andersen, a harlequin set of eight pairs of silver gilt and enamelled fruit spoons and forks, each with different coloured guilloche enamel handles, the terminals with a Psi or trident symbol, 13cm long, 10.16ozt (16) £100 - £200

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191 191. A Spanish Modernist silver and enamelled dish, Barcelona, circa 1960s, shallow rounded form with a red enamel interior, 11.5cm diameter, 6.78ozt £40 - £60

187. A Modernist silver and hardwood wine coaster, DP, Sheffield 1974, galleried wheel form with four openings to the side, encased to the inside with silver, bark effect textured rim, 17cm diameter £180 - £220

192. A Swedish Modernist silver and hardstone tea caddy, Sivert Kallden, Hol 1984, oval cylinder form, the lid set with a Hoga Kusten granite cabochon, 10cm high, 6.80ozt £60 - £80

188. An Italian Modernist silver paper clip or bookmark, Guido Torrini & Figli, Florence circa 1971, circular embossed in relief with a stylised horses head, 6cm diameter, 0.41ozt £30 - £50 189. A Modernist silver and enamelled chalice, PM, planished and gilded, the rounded bowl on a knopped and splayed foot, mottled pink and green enamel, 17.5cm high, 15.66ozt £350 - £550

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193. Gerald Benney, a modernist silver table lighter, London 1967, bowed cuboid form with bark textured decoration to the sides, 10cm x 9cm x 3cm, weight excluding mechanism 9.28ozt £600 - £800 194. Stuart Devlin, a Modernist silver and parcel gilt dish, London 1976, planished circular form with cast and reticulated broad rim, of abstract trellis design, 18cm diameter, 6.24ozt £300 - £400

190. A Spanish Modernist silver and enamelled beaker vase, Barcelona circa 1970s, cylindrical form, with mottled multicoloured lava form enamel in green and ochre, 8cm high, 6.02ozt £40 - £70

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195. Stuart Devlin, a Modernist silver and parcel gilt salt cellar, London 1975, conical beaker or bucket form, applied with rusticated trellis to the lower section, glass liner, 3.5cm high, 1.04ozt £100 - £150

198. Roger John Squires, a pair of Modernist silver salt and pepper pots, London 2002, domed barrel form, with C loop handles, cast flame textured bodies, and pierced covers, 12cm high, 14.85ozt (2) £600 - £800

196. A Modernist silver tea caddy, Neal Lovesey, London 1972, cylindrical form with textured bark effect lid, 9.5cm high, 8.62ozt £350 - £400

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197. R E Stone, a Modernist commemorative silver quaich, London 1953, planished quatrelobed petal form with cast crown handles, set with a Coronation coin, 13.5cm long. 3.01ozt £120 - £180

199. Patrick Mavros. a Modernist silver and hardwood menu holder, South Africa circa 2000, modelled as an Elephant and tree stump on oval base, 6cm long £80 - £120

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JEWELLERY AND WATCHES 200. A late Georgian cut steel buckle, designed as a series of alternating clusters, length 6.3cm, 16.5g £10 - £20 201. A 9ct gold garnet cabochon and rose-cut diamond cluster ring, with stylised fleur-de-lys shoulders ring size L, 8g £60 - £80

207. A mid 20th century 9ct gold and enamel, Birmingham Association of Building Trades past president medal brooch, engraved ‘S. G. B. Swift 1953’ to reverse, stamped 9ct, length 5.9cm, 16g £200 - £300 208. An early 20th century 9ct gold and enamel, Birmingham Association of Building Trades past president medal brooch, engraved ‘MR. S. F. Swift 1921-22 and 1922-23’ to reverse, hallmarks for Birmingham 1928, length 5.9cm, 16.6g £200 - £300 209. A selection of five gold and silver rings, to include a 9ct gold bloodstone cabochon signet ring, and oldcut diamond single-stone band ring and three further rings, total weight 12.1g £80 - £120

202 202. A late Victorian gold, citrine brooch, of openwork scrolling engraved design, length 6cm, 16g £80 - £120 203. An Edwardian 18ct gold diamond, sapphire and garnet-toppeddoublet three-stone band ring, hallmarks for Birmingham 1909, ring size N, 2.7g £80 - £120

215. A pair of early 20th century gold, vari-shape aquamarine and rose-cut diamond foliate drop earrings, with screwback fittings, length 3.8cm, 4g £50 - £80 216. A late 19th century yellow metal locket pendant, with engraved initials and tapered surmount, opening to reveal two photographs, one beneath a glazed panel, length 5cm, total weight 15.4g £80 - £120 217. A pair of 18ct gold brilliant-cut diamond floral cluster stud earrings, estimated total diamond weight 0.30ct, hallmarks for Birmingham, diameter 0.5cm, 0.9g £50 - £80

210. A 9ct gold religious pendant charm and a yellow metal locket pendant, with glazed inserts, one with hallmarks for Birmingham, lengths 3.2 and 5cm, total weight 15.5g £80 - £120 211. An early 20th century 9ct gold curb-link bracelet, with heart-shape padlock clasp, stamped 9ct, length 18cm, 4.8g £50 - £80

204. Two early 20th century gold rings, to include an Edwardian 9ct gold garnet single-stone ring and an 18ct gold single-cut diamond ring, one with hallmarks for Chester 1905, one diamond deficient, ring sizes M and G½, total weight 3.8g £50 - £80

218 218. A mid to late 19th century carved coral pig charm pendant, with gold mount, length 2.1cm, 2.5g £30 - £50 219. A yellow metal, rose-cut diamond and enamel 12th Royal Lancer regimental brooch, length 4.2cm, 7g, with case £60 - £80

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220. An early 20th century ribboned sautoir necklace, with guilloche enamel circular spacers and spring-ring clasp terminal, length 150cm £40 - £60

212. An 18ct gold brilliant-cut diamond and amethyst seven-stone ring, estimated total diamond weight 0.30ct, hallmarks for Birmingham, ring size P½, 4g £100 - £150

205 205. A 14 carat gold novelty brooch, realistically modelled as a dogs head, 3.5cm, 8.2g £80 - £120 206. A late 19th century yellow metal, shell cameo stick pin, carved to depict Diana, goddess of the hunt, length of stick pin head 2.1cm, 5.3g £20 - £40

213. A mid 20th century 18ct gold and platinum brilliant-cut diamond single-stone ring, diamond estimated weight 0.30ct, I-J colour, VS2-SI1 clarity, ring size O, 2.6g £100 - £150 214. A 9ct gold Southport Flower Show medal, dated 1930, Welsh Amateur Sweet Pea Class 1st Prize, of floral design, within a scalloped border, in fitted case, length 4cm, 15.3g £150 - £200

221 221. A selection of six gem-set stickpins, to include a banded agate and a coral example, total weight 27.5g £50 - £80

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222. A late 19th century silver locket pendant, with engraved initial overlay and grooved surmount, opening to reveal a series of four photographs, each beneath a glazed panel, length 5.5cm, total weight 43g £40 - £60

227. A Victorian novelty 9 carat gold, turquoise and red stone lizard brooch, modelled as the reptile and set with cabochon to the body and gem set eyes, 4.5cm long, 3.3g £40 - £70

233. A pair of late Victorian Scottish Revivalist gold, hardstone drop earrings, each designed as an amphora, with later, mismatched hook fittings, lengths 3.6 and 4cm, total weight 4.5g £50 - £80

228. An Italian carved blackamoor pendant, with coral cabochon accent and 18ct gold mount, stamped 18K Italy, length 3.6cm, 4.4g £30 - £50 229. An 18ct gold amethyst and brilliant-cut diamond pendant, suspended from a 9ct gold chain, length of pendant 1.8cm, length of chain 43cm, total weight 7.5g £100 - £150 223 223. An early 20th century 9ct gold amethyst floral brooch, together with a 9ct gold necklace, length of brooch 4.1cm, length of necklace 45cm, 4.6g £40 - £60 224. 9 and 15 carat gold jewellery including opal tie pin, Australia wishbone souvenir brooch, oval shell cameo and insect shell pendant on chain, 16.1g (4) £80 - £120

230. A selection of six 9ct gold gemset rings, to include a jade cabochon and diamond dress ring and five others, marks to indicate 9ct gold, total weight 20g £150 - £200 231. A 9ct gold anchor pendant, suspended from a 9ct gold fancy-link chain, hallmarks and import marks for 9ct gold, length of pendant 3.7cm, length of chain 45cm, 4.9g £40 - £60

234 234. An Arts and Crafts 9 carat gold, pearl and amethyst pendant, together with a gold and pearl interlocking heart brooch, the pendant of open foliate shield form in the Art Nouveau style, with central facet cut stone, 3.5cm long, 3.3g £60 - £80

225 225. Three Victorian 15 and 9 carat gold brooches, including Etruscan Revivalist brooch with milled ropetwist and beaded decoration, two with love birds, 4.5cm long, 7.5g £60 - £100 226. An 18th century gold mounted Wedgwood Jasperware brooch, circa 1790, the blue and white oval plaque with an allegorical image of mourner burning incense, ropetwist border, impressed mark Wedgwood, 5cm long £70 - £100

235 232 232. A Revivalist 9 carat gold mounted shell cameo brooch, the oval Bacchanalian portrait bust within an Etruscan revival beaded and ogee denticulated border, 4.5cm long £30 - £50

235. A late Victorian gold framed portrait miniature plaque, engraved ‘In Memory of John Platt M. P. who died in Paris 18th May 1872’, with hair work glazed reverse, length 4.5cm, total weight 6.6g Note: John Platt (1817-1872) was an English manufacturer of textile and Liberal politician. He was elected as the first Liberal Mayor of Oldham in 1854. In 1865 he was elected Member of Parliament for Oldham. He held his seat until his death in Paris at the age of 55. £80 - £120 236. An Arts & Crafts silver coral pendant, with textured central panel and bead accent border, to the polished disc surmount, foreign marks, indistinct maker’s £40 - £60 marks, length 4.8cm, 7.4g

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238. Charles Horner, an Art Nouveau silver and blue enamel openwork pendant, maker’s marks for Charles Horner, hallmarks for Chester 1912, suspended from a non-designer silver chain, length of pendant 3.8cm, length of chain 50cm, 6.4g £120 - £180

248 242 242. An Arts and Crafts silver and agate brooch, oval form with leaf claw setting and ropetwist border, length 3.5cm £20 - £40

248. A Russian Modernist silver and butterscotch amber brooch, 1969, rectangular form, the cabochon stone between coiled open wires and plain frame, stamped Soviet marks, 4cm long, 9.8g £30 - £50

239 239. Marius Hammer, an Arts & Crafts Norwegian silver and white pearlescent enamel solje brooch, maker’s marks for Marius Hammer, open scroll cartouche and filigree design, stamped 930S to reverse, length 5.8cm, 8.4g £50 - £80

249

243. A 19th century silver and polychrome enamel fish pendant, with moonstone cabochon drop, length 7.2cm, 6.9g £30 - £50

249. Roland Landerholm, a Swedish Modernist pewter pendant and brooch, the pendant of open design with three figures holding hands, the brooch with stylised George and the Dragon, stamped Tenn and signed, 5.5cm long (2) £40 - £70

244. Theodor Fahrner, an Art Deco silver and marcasite brooch, bowed rectangular form, pierced and reticulated loop and stylised leaf design, 5cm long, 13.5g £30 - £50

250. Elgin, a lady’s early 20th century 9ct gold wrist watch, silvered circular dial, expanding strap, hallmarks for Birmingham 1925, total weight 20.7g, strap AF £80 - £120

245. Alexander Ritchie (attributed), an Arts and Crafts silver brooch, import marks for Dublin 1939, in the Iona style, a central galleon flanked by open Celtic knots and bar, 6.5cm long, 5.1g £20 - £40

251. Two mid 20th century 9ct gold manual wind watches, one with 9ct gold mesh bracelet, the other with metal core expandable bracelet, marks to indicate 9ct gold, lengths 18 and 19cm, total weight 36.8g £180 - £260

243

240 240. A set of early 20th century Scandinavian silver and guilloche enamel buttons, with case, maker’s marks to reverse, each stamped 925.S, diameter 2.5cm, total weight 55g £30 - £50

246. An Art Deco silver and marcasite bracelet, circa 1930, open double strand knotted link form, channel set and milled, 18cm long, 34.1g £30 - £50 241 241. An Arts and Crafts silver, 9ct gold and moss agate brooch, the central oval cabochon within a beaded setting and open border of leafy flowering rose, length 3cm £30 - £50

247. An Art Deco silver, marcasite and amethyst bracelet, alternating knotted scroll and facet stone set links, 20xm long, 23.8g £30 - £50

252. A George V 9 carat gold compact pendant, Deakin and Francis, Birmingham 1919, cushioned rectangular form with hinged flush lid, 6cm long, 22.1g £150 - £250

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COINS

253 253. A George VI 9 carat gold mechanical lipstick case, Padgett and Braham Ltd, London 1937, engine turned cylindrical form, 5.5cm long £250 - £350

258. Ancient Greece, Tetradrachm, Alexander the Great 336-323 BC posthumous issue, uncertain mint, possibly Phoenician £70 - £90

265. Edward IV Groat, Heavy Coinage, 1461-4 mm Rose, 3.9g, ex Glendining Auction 9 Jul 1969 Lot 231 £70 - £90

259. Byzantine Coinage, Hyperpyron, Christ enthroned rev Emperor & Virgin Mary standing, possibly John II uncertain mint £70 - £90

266. Edward IV Groat, Heavy Coinage, 1461-4 mm Rose, 3.8g, ex Glendining Auction 9 Jul 1969 Lot 231 £50 - £80

260. Sceatta, early Anglo-Saxon Period c600-775 possibly of Continental origin similar to Series E, Degenerate Head with TOT design £30 - £50

267. Henry VII Groat, Facing Bust Issue 1495-98 mm Pansy possibly IIIb, 3.0g £50 - £80

261. Silver Pennies, Scotland, Alexander III (2), Ireland, Edward I, England Edward I (4) £40 - £60

254 254. Sampson Mordan, a Victorian yellow metal propelling pencil, circa 1850s, engine turned cylindrical form, with tooled floral bands, set with a Citrine hardstone terminal, inscribed S Mordan and Co Makers, 8.5cm long, 12.5g £100 - £150

268 268. Henry VIII Angel, 1st Issue mm Portcullis crowned, 5.0g £700 - £900 262 262. Edward III Half Noble, 1361-69 Treaty Period mm Cross Potent on rev only, 3.6g, ex Glendining Auction 25 Sep 1968 Lot 7 £400 - £600 263. Edward III Quarter Noble, 1361-69 Treaty Period mm Cross potent, 1.9, purchased Spink c1970 £200 - £300

269. Henry VIII Groat, First Coinage 1509-26, bearing Profile head of Henry VII, mm Portcullis, 3.0g £80 - £120 270. Henry VIII Groat, Second Coinage 1526-44 Laker Bust, larger squarer face, roman nose S2337E, 2.8g £80 - £120

255 255. Alfred Dunhill, a 9 carat gold Unique lift arm lighter, London 1939, engine turned design, 5.5cm high, 47.7g £400 - £600 256. Alfred Dunhill, a silver plated Rollagas lighter, engine turned, 6.5cm £40 - £60 257. Kutchinsky, a yellow metal pin, with circular suspension loop, signed Kutchinsky, length 3.9cm, 3g £40 - £60

271 264 264. Edward IV Angel, 1471-3 2nd Reign mm Cinquefoil, 5.1g, ex Glendining Auction 25 Sep 1968 Lot 12 £500 - £800

271. Edward VI Crown, 1551 King on horseback with date below horse, rev Shield on Cross; mm y, 30.2g £400 - £600

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272. Edward VI Crown, 1551 King on horseback, with date below horse, rev Shield on Cross; mm y, 30.3g £400 - £600

284. James I Shilling, Second Coinage, Fifth Bust 1609-10, mm Key, 5.8g, ex Glendining Auction 12 Mar 1970 Lot 195 £150 - £250

273. Edward VI Shilling, Third Coinage 1550-3 very base issue, Southwark, mm y, 3.8g £60 - £80

285. James I Shilling, Second Coinage, Fifth Bust, 1611-12, mm Mullet, 6.1g £80 - £120

274. Edward VI Shilling, Fine silver issue facing bust, rose, value XII rev mm Tun, 6.0g £80 - £120

286. James I Shilling, Second Coinage Fourth Bust 1606-7, mm Escallop, 6.3g £100 - £150 287. James I Shilling, Second Coinage, Fifth Bust, 1607-9, mm Coronet, 5.6g, Ex Seabys c 1970 £80 - £120 288. James I Shilling, Second Coinage Third Bust, 1604-5, beard cut square, mm Lis, 6.0g, ex Glendining Auction 17 Nov 1971 Lot 155 £50 - £80 289. James I Shilling, Second Coinage Third Bust, 1604-5, mm Lis, 4.9g £40 - £60 290. James I Shilling, First Coinage First Bust, 1603-4, mm Thistle, 5.1g£30 - £50

275 275. Philip & Mary Groat, 1554-8, Crowned bust of Mary, rev POSVIMVS etc, mm Lis, 1.9g £120 - £160

291. James I Britain Crown, Fifth Bust 1615-6, mm Tun, 2.5g £150 - £250

276. Elizabeth I Sixpence, 1566-7 Third & Fourth issues, Intermediate bust, mm Lion, 3.0g £70 - £90

292. Charles I Double Crown, Tower mint, Group B Second or Third bust 16312, Square topped shield, mm Anchor, sideways on Reverse, 4.1g £150 - £250

277. Elizabeth I Sixpence, 1561 Milled, Small bust, large rose, rev Cross fourchee, mm Star, 3.0g £80 - £120

296. Charles I Halfcrown, Tower mint Under Parliament 1646-8, Fifth horseman, mm Sceptre, 14.7g £100 - £150 297. Charles I Shilling, Tower Mint, Fourth bust 1635-6, plume over shield, mm Crown rare, 5.9g £150 - £250 298. Charles I Shilling, Tower Mint, Group D Fourth bust 1636-8, mm Tun, 5.9g £60 - £80 299. Charles I Shilling, Tower mint under Parliament 1645-6, mm Sun, 5.9g £50 - £80 300. Charles I Shilling, Briot’s Second milled issue 1638-9, mm Sideways Anchor, 6.0g £150 - £250 301. Commonwealth Shilling, 1651 no stop after The mm Sun, 6.0g £150 - £250 302. Commonwealth Shilling, 1652 mm Sun, 5.3g £120 - £160 303. Commonwealth Shilling, 1655 over 4, mm Sun, 5.8g, purchased Spink 13 Mar 1970, from Patrick Finn, with original receipt £150 - £250

293. Charles I Crown, Tower mint, Fourth bust 1632-3, mm Harp, 2.2g £150 - £250

278. Elizabeth I Shilling, 1592-5 Sixth issue without rose or date, mm tun, 5.2g £70 - £90 279. Elizabeth I Shilling, 1582-4 Sixth issue without rose or date, mm A, 6.5g £80 - £120

304 304. Commonwealth Shilling, 1660, mm Anchor rare, 5.6g £300 - £500

280. Elizabeth I Shilling, 1582-3 Sixth Issue without rose or date, mm Bell, 6.0g £120 - £160 281. Elizabeth I Shilling, 1560-1 Second issue without rose or date, beaded inner circles, mm cross/crosslet, 5.8g £70 - £90 282. Elizabeth I Shilling, 1595-8 Sixth issue without rose or date, mm Key, 6.2g, ex Seaby’s £80 - £120 283. James I Shilling, Third Coinage, Sixth Bust, 1621-3 mm Thistle, 5.4g, ex Glendining Auction 17 Nov 1970 Lot 156 £70 - £90

305.

Charles II Crown, 1678/7 £200 - £300

306.

James II Halfcrown, 1685 PRIMO £120 - £160

294 294. Charles I Crown, Truro mint, 1642-3 king holds sword, sash flies out, 29.4g £250 - £350 295. Charles I Halfcrown, Tower mint, 1641-3, mm Triangle within Circle, 14.6g £50 - £80

307. William OCTAVO

III

Crown, 1696 £70 - £90

308. William III Shilling, 1700, and Sixpence, 1697 (2) £60 - £80 309.

Anne Halfcrown, 1708 £120 - £160

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BOOKS 320. Izaac Walton & Charles Cotton, The Chandos Classics The Complete Angler, A New Illustrated Edition with Notes by G. Christopher Davies, 1888, Frederick Warne & Co, cloth binding £20 - £30 321. Victorian and later children’s books, to include Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures Under Ground, 1886, Macmillian & Co, Caldecott’s Second Collection of Pictures & Songs, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, 1892, Sylvie & Bruno Concluded, 1899, A.A. Mile, Winnie the Pooh, 1927 fourth edition, Animals in Black & White, Edward Lear, The Jumblies, Mrs Molesworth, The Magic Nuts, 1902, Edward Lear, The Book of Nonsense etc (parcel of 15) £80 - £120

310 310. George I Crown, 1726 TERTIO small roses & plumes in angles, rare £400 - £600

322. The Portrait Gallery of Distinguished Poets, Philosophers, Statesmen, Divines, Painters, Architects, Physicians & Lawyers since the Revival of Art, with their Biographies, 1853, in three volumes, William E. Orr & Co, London, half leather gilt tooled bindings with marbled boards (3) £30 - £50

311 311. George II Halfcrown, 1734 SEPTIMO Roses & plumes, and 1758 Sixpence (2) £150 - £250 312. George II Shillings, 1741, 1743, 1745 LIMA, 1746, 1758 and Sixpences, 1757 & 1758 “53” check 44 (7) £30 - £50 313.

George III Third Guinea, 1803 First laureate head £100 - £150

314.

George III Third Guinea, 1804 Second laureate head £100 - £150

315. George III Halfcrown 1817 small head plus a similar worn example, and a William IV Sixpence 1835 (3) £60 - £80 316. Victoria Pennies, 1841, 1854, 1857, 1858 small date, 1858 large date (5) £20 - £40 317. Edward VII Halfcrowns, 1902, 1903, 1905 rare, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 (8) £100 - £150 318.

George V Sovereign, 1912

£150 - £250

319.

USA, 1 Dollar 1859-C and 1/4 Dollar 1876 (2) £80 - £120

323 323. William Yarrell, A History of British Fishes, 1859, third edition, in two volumes, with William Yarrell, A History of British Birds, 1856, third edition, in three volumes, John Van Voorst, London, both sets in full gilt tooled green leather bindings and marbled boards (5) £50 - £80 324. A. De Quatrefages, The Rambles of a Naturalist on the Coasts of France, Spain & Sicily, 1857, translated by E.C. Otte, in two volumes, Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans & Roberts, London, half tooled gilt leather bindings with marbled boards (2) £30 - £50 324A. A WWII Aircraft Plotting Diagram relating to the operation against the German battleship Bismark, 26th May 1941, used by Lieut Lang of 810 Squadron, HMS Ark Royal, 40 by 42cm, mounted on cardboard, framed. Note: aircraft plotting diagrams were used in conjunction with a small knee supported chart-board in aircraft of the Fleet Air Arm before sophisticated radar and aircraft control systems were in general use. £50 - £80

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325 325. Oeuvres Completes De Moliere, 1880, in two volumes, Furne, Jouvet, Paris, half gilt tooled leather bindings, marbled boards (2) £30 - £50 326. Tunstall Small & Christopher Woodbridge, Mouldings of the Tudor Period, English Wrought Ironwork Medieval & Early Renaissance, Architectural Turned Woodwork of the 16th, 17th & 18th Centuries and English Wrought Ironwork of the late 17th & Early 18th Centuries - Portfolios of Full Size Details, London, The Architectural Press, New York William Helburn Inc (4) £50 - £80 327. Robert D. Feild, The Art of Walt Disney, 1944, Collins, colour and monochrome illustrations, cloth boards, with Fantasia 2000, Visions of Hope, foreword by Roy E. Disney, Disney Editions, New York, gilt cloth boards in a slip case (2) £20 - £40

329

PICTURES 333. H..J.. Jackson (British, 20th Century), New Company Row, signed and dated 1980 l.r., No.2/75 and titled l.l., colour screen print, 54 by 40cm, framed £40 - £60 334. Sir Cecil Walter Hardy Beaton C.B.E. (British, 19041980), an Oliver Messel design for Lady Diana Cooper’s costume as Tiepolo’s Cleopatra, worn to the Beistegui Ball in Venice 1951, photo by Cecil Beaton, the original image from Charles Castle’s book on Oliver Messel and also used in Diana Cooper’s book Trumpets from the Steep, 50 by 34cm, framed £100 - £150

328. Flinders Petrie, Decorative Patterns of the Ancient World, 1930, British School of Archaeology in Egypt and Bernard Quaritch, London £20 - £40 329. Oscar Wilde, Salome, two volume, limited edition No.1142, volume one in original French text and signed by the artist , ten pochoir plates on black paper after gouaches by Andre Derain, original printed wrappers, volume two with English text translated by Lord Alfred Douglas, plates by Aubrey Beardsley, original cloth, gilt, Limited Editions Club, 1938 (2) £100 - £150 330. Rowling, J.K, Harry Potter & the Philosopher’s Stone, 2000, Raincoast Books, Canada, hardback with matching dust cover, with two editions Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, 2000, first editions, printed by Clays, hardback with matching dust covers, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, 2003, printed by Clays, hardback with matching duster cover and Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, 2005, first edition, printed by Clays, hardback with matching dust cover (5) £80 - £120 331. Camille Moreau, Pentre Ceramiste, 1840-1897, 1899, H. Floury £40 - £60 332. Ceramiques de Picasso, 1948, Suzanne et George Ramie, Editions D’Art Albert Skira, Geneva, 18 tipped in colour plates £100 - £150

335 335. † Antoni Tapies (Spanish, 1923-2012), Als Mestres de Catalunya, No.5 (Galfetti 492), lithograph, 1974, signed l.r., and numbered PA l.l., limited artists proof aside from the edition of 100, published by Sala Gaspar, Barcelona, Guarro watermarked paper, 100 by 70cm, framed. Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

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£200 - £300


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341. British School (19th century), hunting scenes, monogrammed MG, set of four watercolours, 18 by 26cm, framed (4) £100 - £150 342. European School, late 19th Century, portrait of a bearded gentleman in Roman dress, gouache, 16 by 14cm, in a gilt tabernacle frame £100 - £150 343. Violet Lindsay, Duchess of Rutland (British, 1856-1937), The Prince of Wales, 2 months old, signed and inscribed with title White Lodge l.r., pencil and blue wash, 9 by 8cm, framed.

335 336. † Antoni Tapies (Spanish, 1923-2012), Als Mestres de Catalunya, No.2 (Galfetti 489), lithograph, 1974, signed l.r., and numbered PA l.l., , limited artists proof aside from the edition of 100, published by Sala Gaspar, Barcelona, Guarro watermarked paper, 100 by 70cm, framed. £200 - £300

Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

Note: Violet, Duchess of Rutland, was a bright star. Born to the daughter of the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres, Violet Rutland was one of the first exhibitors of both drawings in silver-point or pencil and sculptures at Sir Coutts Lindsay’s new Grosvenor Gallery (opened by him in 1877), and she continued to exhibit throughout her life at all the major British galleries (including the Fine Art Society, the Royal Academy, and the New Gallery) as well as in France and the United States. She also published a selection of her portraits, in 1900, as ‘Portraits of Men and Women’. A reviewer of an exhibition of her drawings at the Brook Street Art Galleries, London, in 1925, wrote: ‘her style is particularly suited to the interpretation of feminine beauty and elegance’. £100 - £150 344. Henry Ryland (British, 1856-1924), maiden with apple tree blossom, signed l.r., pen and grey ink and monochrome wash on porcelain, 36 by 27cm, framed. Note: the painter, illustrator and designer Henry Ryland studied at the South Kensington Art Schools, Heatherley’s, and then in Paris under Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant and Gustave Boulanger. His work consists principally of classical subjects featuring young women, in the manner of Lawrence Alma-Tadema, successfully combining PreRaphaelite and neo-classical styles £300 - £500 345. M..Macanley (Irish, early 19th Century), portrait of the Hon Mrs Norton, seated bust length in profile wearing a fur trimmed cape, dated 1837 l.r., provenance verso, oval, pencil, 23 by 20cm, gilt frame £50 - £80 346. Violet Lindsay, Duchess of Rutland (British, 1856-1937), still life of roses in a vase on a mantelpiece, signed with initials l.l., watercolour and gouache, 28 by 21cm, framed £100 - £150

337 337. Damien Hirst, Home Sweet Home, limited edition screenprint on porcelain, 1996, published by Swid Powell for Gagosian Gallery, numbered 70 of 1500, 21cm diameter £200 - £400 338. A set of nine Chinese watercolours on paper of fruiting plants, Qing dynasty, circa 19th century, each 22 by 18cm, framed (9) £300 - £500 339. African American interest, a fine portrait drawing of a young man, signed Y. Ravern and dated 1892, 66.5cm by 53cm, framed £80 - £120 340. British School (19th century), steeplechasing, set of four watercolours, 14 by 21cm, framed (4) £80 - £120

347 347. William Leighton Leitch (British, 1804-1883), Highland Loch, Sunset, signed and dated 1872 l.r., watercolour, titled on Fine Art Society label verso, 21 by 29cm, framed £80 - £120

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348. Kenneth Wynn (British, 1922-2009), Hurdle Race, signed l.r, pencil, 30cm x 40cm, framed £80 - £120 349. John Melville (British, 1902–1986), study of artist’s wife, pencil, 25cm x 25cm, framed £50 - £80

359. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), three landscapes with buildings and trees, signed and dated 1938, 1969 and 1970, pen and watercolour, largest 28 by 36cm, framed (3) £60 - £100

350. John Stone (British, 20th century), Collier’s Reach, river Blackwater Essex, signed l.r, pastel, 28 by 46cm, framed £60 - £80 351. David Wilde (British, 1913-1974), The Royal Charter Gale, 1859 Hits Port Penrhyn, titled l.l., signed l.r., also titled verso with artist working notes, mix media collage, 55 by 93cm, mounted. £150 - £250

Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

352. W. Harry Smith (British, 1875-1951), River Landscape, signed l.r, watercolour, 35 by 54cm, framed £30 - £50 353. A.G. Smith (20th century), Smithfield 1925, 41-42 Cloth Fair, the oldest house in the City of London, watercolour, 51 by 34cm, framed £70 - £90 354. Tom Pomfret (French, 1920-1997), Château de Salignac, signed l.r, mixed media, 60 by 47cm, framed £80 - £120 355. Robert Malcolm Lloyd (British, 1859-1907), fishing boats at Rye, signed and dated 1882 l.r., watercolour, 16 by 22cm, gilt frame £80 - £120 356. F..Me XXXXXX (British, late 19th Century), an ancient tree with gnarled branches, indistinctly signed l.l., watercolour, 52 by 36cm, gilt frame £50 - £80

360 360. Dr Robert Cecil Robertson (Scottish, 1890-1942), portrait of William Telfer Esq, full length seated in an interior with a violin, signed and dated 1936 l.l., titled verso with John Mathieson Gallery label, watercolour, 48 by 35cm, framed £150 - £200

357. Raoul Millais (British, 1901-1999), (grandson of Sir John Everett Millais and son of J.G. Millais), an archive of six sketches of animal studies, five signed, pencil and watercolour, two books signed by and formerly belonging to the artist, (J.N.P. Watson, Millias - Three Generations in Nature, Art & Sport and Robert Clermont Witt, How to Look at Pictures), two greetings cards and a canvas pouch containing samples of the artist’s paint tubes (parcel). £200 - £300

Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

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361

358. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), landscape with a church, buildings and trees, signed l.l., pen and watercolour, 31 by 35cm, framed £70 - £90

361. Philippe Cara Costea (French, 1925-2006), a female nude from behind standing beside a table, signed and dated 1960 l.r., gouache, 82 by 45cm, framed. Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

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£200 - £300


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366 362. Jeff Clarke (British 1935), still life of flowers in a jug, a mug and an apple on a table, signed l.r., gouache, 50 by 37cm, framed £50 - £80 363. Chinese School (early 20th century), Scholar Seated in Studio, oil on canvas, 60.5cm x 50cm, unframed £80 - £120 364. British School, late 19th Century, portrait of a young lady, bust length wearing a hat and a black cape, oil on canvas, 52 by 42cm, gilt frame £150 - £200 365. North European School, early 19th Century, a river landscape with a thatched building and man with a dog on a path, oil on panel, 13.5 by 18.5cm, unframed £50 - £80 366. 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 £2,000 - £3,000 367. Anglo Indian School (19th century), Portrait of a Maharaja, possibly by Benjamin Hudson, half-length, dressed in paisley shawl and white turban, oil on canvas, 73cm by 62cm, framed £4,000 - £6,000 368. E.C. (British, late 19th Century), a river landscape with swans, initials and dated 1896 l.r., oil on canvas, 50 by 75cm, gilt frame £100 - £150 369. Greville Irwin (British, 1893-1947), portrait of a Lady, oil on board, 35 by 30cm, framed £50 - £80 371 370. Ernest Francis Peirce (British, 1887-1961), Mounts Bay from New Lynn, signed l.l, oil on canvas, 44 by 64cm, framed £100 - £150

371. Ludolf Liberts (American, 1895-1959), silver birch trees, signed l.r, oil on board, 70cm x 50cm, unframed £800 - £1,200

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372 372. European School (20th century), Mediterranean Seascape, signed l.l, oil on canvas, 70cm x 100cm, framed £800 - £1,200 373. Carl Weidemeyer (German, 1882-1976), Dunkel Rosen in grass vase, signed verso, oil on board, 30cm x 21cm, framed Provenance: Lucie Oppenheimer London

£70 - £90

374. Olwen Tarrant FROI (British, 1927), Still Life, signed l.l, oil on canvas, 50 by 50cm, framed £80 - £120 375. Olwen Tarrant FROI (British, 1927), Still Life, signed l.r, oil on board, 49 by 39cm, framed £50 - £80 376. Al. W. Bulk (20th century), Salisbury Fair, signed l.r, mixed media, 36 by 54cm, framed £40 - £60 377. Olwen Tarrant FROI (British, 1927), Still Life, artist’s collection label verso, oil on canvas, 60 by 60cm, framed £80 - £120 378. Montague Leder (British, 1897-1976), Nude, oil on board, 64 by 40cm, framed £40 - £60

381 381. John Ambrose (British, 1931-2011), The Red Umbrella, signed l.l., titled on John Noott Gallery label verso, oil on board, 26 by 29cm, framed. Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

£100 - £150

382. Timothy L. Vivian (British, b.1926), Italian Hill Farm, signed l.l, oil on paper, 34 by 38cm, framed £60 - £80 383. Anthony Baynes (British, 1921-2003), Trees in Sunlight, signed l.l, oil on canvas, 50cm x 40cm, framed £40 - £60 384. Olwen Tarrant FROI (British, 1927), Far East River Landscape, artist’s collection label verso, oil on board, 60 by 75cm, framed £80 - £120 385. Olwen Tarrant FROI (British, 1927), Village in Pollensa, artist’s collection label verso, oil on canvas, 60 by 75cm, framed £80 - £120 386. Olwen Tarrant FROI (British, 1927), Snowy Winter Landscape, artist’s collection label verso, oil on canvas, 60 by 75cm, framed £80 - £120 387. Der Roover (20th century), Boszicht, Snowy Forest Landscape, signed l.r, oil on board, 49 by 55cm, framed £70 - £90 388. J.M. (British, early 20th Century), portrait of a young suffragette, bust length in a green dress with white and purple flowers, initials l.l., oil on board, 20 by 16.5cm, in the original gilt lunette frame £80 - £120

379 379. Tony Forrest (British, b.1961), Tiger in the Shade, signed l.l, oil on canvas, 40 by 75cm, framed £350 - £450

389. Alice Mary Burton (British, 1893-1968), still life of yellow, red and white flowers in a glass jug, oil on canvas, 50 by 60cm, framed.

380. British School, 20th Century, At the Races, oil on board, 14 by 20cm, framed, with an interior scene, indistinctly signed Suger(?) and dated 1975 l.l., oil on board, 12 by 16cm, framed (2) £50 - £80

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). Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

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390. Alice Mary Burton (British, 1893-1968), still life of pink roses in a glass jug, oil on canvas, 50 by 40cm, framed. 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).

393. Steven Scholes (British, 1952), Market Street, Manchester, 1938, signed l.r., oil on board, 45 by 60cm, gilt frame £100 - £150

£150 - £200

Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

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394

391. Alice Mary Burton (British, 1893-1968), Pink Rose Study, signed and dated 1968 l.l., titled verso, oil on canvas, 51 by 40cm, framed

394. Steven Scholes (British, 1952), Oxford Street, Manchester, 1938, signed l.l., titled verso, oil on board, 50 by 40cm, gilt frame £100 - £150

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). £150 - £200

Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

392. ......Fidler (British, 20th Century), man seated beside a fire, signed l.l., oil on canvas laid down on board, 47 b y 55cm, framed, with John Lane (British, 19th Century), Teffont Magna, oil on board, 30 by 21cm, Old John’s House, watercolour, 24 by 19cm, framed, with a glassine album of related sketches and ephemera (4) £50 - £80

395 395. Michel Henry (French, 1928-2016), still life of white flowers in a glass vase on a windowsill, signed l.r., presentation script verso, oil on canvas, 93 by 65cm, unframed. 393

Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

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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396 396. Andre Marchand (French, 1907-1998), Paysage de Provence au Soleil les Baux, signed l.r., titled and dated 1944 and 1956 Gallerie Charpentier label verso, oil on canvas, 80 by 100cm, framed. £400 - £600

Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

398 398. Jules Leon Flandrin (French, 1871-1947), Tulipes et Lilas, signed l.l., titled on Gallerie Druet label verso, oil on canvas, 72 by 41cm, gilt frame. £250 - £350

Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

397 397. Michel Henry (French, 1928-2016), still life of pink flowers in a glass vase, signed l.r., oil on canvas, 64 by 48cm, gilt frame. Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

£400 - £600 399 399. Michel Henry (French, 1928-2016), Des Coquelicots, signed l.r., titled and dated 1985 with presentation inscription verso, oil on canvas, 22 by 30cm, gilt frame. Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

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402. Michael Matthews (British, 1933), A Barque and other Shipping on the Mersey; A Brig Embarking on a Voyage in Squally Weather, a pair, signed l.r., titled verso, oil on board, 30 by 60cm, unframed (2) £80 - £120 403. Andrew Holmes (British, 1959), Japanese Truck, signed, dedicated and dated 1985 verso, oil on canvas, 92 by 184cm, unframed £300 - £500 404. E.. Schneider (Danish, 20th Century), an interior with a fall-front bureau, signed l.r., oil on canvas, 48 by 38cm, gilt frame £200 - £300 405. Poul Ronne (Danish, 1884-1964), a cottage interior with table and chairs, signed l.r., oil on canvas, 36 by 46cm, framed £100 - £150 400 400. Michel Henry (French, 1928-2016), a waterside sunset landscape with birds, signed l.l., oil on canvas, 23 by 31cm, gilt frame. Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

£150 - £250

401. † Peter Brown N.E.A.C. (British, 1967), Dinghy Mxxxx, Sonning on Thames, signed and dated 2000 l.l., titled, signed and dated verso, oil on board, 19 by 60cm, framed. Provenance: Patterson Gallery

406. Marcel Dyf (French, 1899-1985), Jeune Femme Lisant, signed l.r., oil on canvas, 73 by 60cm, framed. Provenance: with Frost & Reed

£2,500 - £3,500

407. David Wilde (British, 1913-1974), Around Abersoc Summer Festival, titled and signed verso verso with artist working notes, mixed media collage, 69 by 108cm, unframed. Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

£1,800 - £2,200

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408. David Wilde (British, 1913-1974), In the Fire of Spring, titled l.l., signed l.r., also signed and titled verso with artist working notes, oil on card, 56 by 74cm, mounted. £150 - £250

Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

409. David Wilde (British, 1913-1974), Storm Port Isaac, titled l.l., signed l.r., also titled verso, oil on card, 10 by 40cm, mounted. £80 - £120

Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

412 412. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), Loch Rannoch, signed l.r., titled and signed verso, oil on board, 48 by 67cm, framed £100 - £150

410 410. David Wilde (British, 1913-1974), Spring Tide, Port Penrhyn, titled l.l., signed l.r., also signed and titled verso with artist working notes, mixed media collage, 57 by 80cm, mounted. £200 - £300

Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

413 413. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), Loch Assynt, signed l.r., titled verso, oil on board, 62 by 75cm, framed £80 - £120

411 411. Alick Riddell Sturrock R.S.A. (Scottish, 1885-1953), Orton Village, signed l.l., titled and No.19 on Aitken Dott Gallery label verso, Memorial Exhibition, 7-28 November 1953, oil on board, 30 by 40cm, unframed. Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

£200 - £300

414 414. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), still life of fruit in and beside a bowl, oil on canvas laid down on board, 28 by 35cm, unframed £100 - £150 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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415. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), portrait of a lady, bust length wearing a hat, glasses and fur stole, signed l.l., signed verso, oil on canvas laid down on board, 53 by 42cm, framed £50 - £80

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418. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), Schiehallion, Winter, Perthshire, signed l.r., titled and signed verso, oil on artists board, 19 by 24cm, together with a small oil loch landscape by the same artist, 11 by 13cm, both framed (2) £50 - £80 419. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), The River Tay, Aberfeldy, signed l.r., titled verso, oil on board, 16 by 19cm, with two other landscape oils by the same artist, The Tay and The Backs, Cambridge, all framed (3) £50 - £80 420. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), still life of tulips in a vase, signed and dated 1945 l.l., oil on board, 47 by 35cm, framed £50 - £80

416 416. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), Still Life - Roses and Fruit, signed l.l., titled and signed verso, oil on artists board, 45 by 34cm, gilt frame £300 - £500 417. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), Eggington, October, signed l.l., titled verso, oil on board, 42 by 61cm, framed £80 - £100 421 421. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), Still Life Flowers & Fruit, signed l.l., titled and signed verso, oil on artists board, 48 by 36cm, framed £400 - £600

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422 422. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), a port scene with fishing boats and figures, oil on canvas laid down on board, 31 by 36cm, unframed £50 - £80

424 424. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), Constance, signed l.r., titled and signed verso, oil on canvas, 75 by 62cm, framed £80 - £120

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423. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), The Hungarian Blouse, signed l.l., titled, signed and dated 1937 verso, oil on board, 58 by 46cm, unframed £100 - £150

425. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), The Old Apple Tree, Langley Cottage Garden, Eggington, signed l.r., titled and signed verso, oil on canvas, 50 by 60cm, unframed £150 - £250

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426 426. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), Loch Gamhna, Inverness-shire, signed and dated 1959 l.l., titled, signed and dated verso, oil on canvas, 55 by 76cm, framed £200 - £300

429 429. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), Stanbridge Mill, Winter, signed and dated 1970 l.l., titled and signed verso, oil on board, 60 buy 50cm, framed £100 - £150

427 427. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), The Old Apple Tree, Chapel Pub and Church, Eggington, Beds, Langley Cottage Garden, signed l.r., titled and signed verso, oil on canvas, 70 by 88cm, framed £150 - £250

430 430. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), West Preston, titled l.l., signed and dated 1966 l.r., oil on canvas, 35 by 45cm, framed £100 - £150

428 428. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), Spey, titled and signed verso with Mathieson agent label, impasto oil on canvas, 50 by 75cm, framed £300 - £500

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433 433. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), Mother & Child, signed l.l., titled verso, oil on board, 44 by 33cm, framed £70 - £100

431 431. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), Self Portrait, signed l.r., titled, signed and dated 1937 verso, oil on board, 31 by 25cm, framed £50 - £80

434 434. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), Eggington, Beds, signed l.r., titled and signed verso, oil on canvas, 30 by 40cm, framed £50 - £80

432 432. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), Achmelvich Wester Ross, titled and signed verso, oil on board, 26 by 34cm, framed £100 - £150

435 435. William Walker Telfer F.I.A.L. (Scottish, 1907-1993), Ben Resipol, Argyll, Scotland, signed l.l., titled and signed verso, impasto oil on board, 46 by 75cm, framed £200 - £300

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FURNITURE AND CLOCKS 436. A Regency rosewood sofa table, circa 1820, satinwood crossbanded and ebony strung throughout, twin frieze drawers, brass ring handles, arched stretcher, ring turned supports, sabre legs terminating in brass cappings and castors, width open 146cm, depth 71cm £300 - £500 437. A mid Victorian walnut spoon back open framed armchair, circa 1860, button upholstery, serpentine seat, acanthus scroll arms and legs, ceramic castors, height 86cm £100 - £150 438. A George III mahogany crossbanded and strung games table, circa 1810, fold-over top, tapered block legs terminating in spade feet, width 91cm £100 - £150

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439 441. A 19th Century rosewood triple nest of occasional tables, birds eye maple crossbanded tops, ring turned legs, height 70cm, largest 42cm by 31cm (3) £200 - £300 439. A Regency rosewood pier cabinet of small proportions, circa 1820, raised shelf back with pierced brass gallery, double panelled doors below with brass inlaid surrounds, bun feet, height 112cm, width 93cm, depth 34cm £200 - £300 440. An Edwardian mahogany strung jardinière stand, circa 1910, brass insert, bar frieze, tripod base united by an undertier, height 92cm £70 - £90

442. A 19th Century Chinese hardwood low stand, inset veined pink marble top, fretwork carved base, ball and claw feet, height 46cm, diameter 42cm £80 - £120 443. A 19th Century Chinese hardwood stand, inset veined pink marble top, prunus blossom carved base, height 76cm, diameter 27cm £70 - £90 444. A mid Victorian rosewood canterbury, circa 1860, triple scroll divisions, single frieze drawer below, baluster legs, ceramic castors, width 51cm £100 - £150

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445. 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, height 93cm, width 135cm, depth 63cm. 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’. £8,000 - £12,000

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446. A Regency mahogany writing table, circa 1820, triple frieze drawers flanked by ring turned pilasters and legs, peg feet, height 81cm, width 106cm, depth 50cm £200 - £300

451. A Regency nest of three rosewood occasional tables, circa 1820, cockbeaded tops, ring turned legs, bracket feet, largest 45 by 32cm (3) £500 - £800

447. A pair of Chinese Chippendale design footstools, early 20th Century, upholstered tops, triple column and ring turned frieze and legs, height 35cm, width 47cm, depth 40cm (2) £80 - £120

451A. A Regency rosewood breakfast table, circa 1820, circular tilt top, tapered chamfered support, trefoil plinth, claw feet, castors, diameter 134cm £300 - £500

448. A George III mahogany tea table, circa 1790, fold-over top, single frieze drawer, gateleg action, pad feet, height 70cm, width 76cm, depth 75cm £100 - £150

452. A George III mahogany chest on chest, circa 1800, moulded and Greek key cornice, the upper section with two short over two long graduated drawers with brass handles, flanked by fluted pilasters, the lower section comprising three long graduated drawers, bracket feet, height 182cm, width 107cm, depth 56cm £300 - £500

449. A George III mahogany side table, circa 1790, moulded top, single frieze drawer, shaped apron, carved shouldered legs, pad feet, height 70cm, width 80cm, depth 40cm £70 - £90

453 450 450. A George III satinwood Pembroke table of Sheraton design, circa 1800, crossbanded and strung top, single frieze drawer with brass handles, tapered legs terminating in brass cappings and castors, width 79cm £300 - £500

453. A Regency rosewood teapoy, circa 1820, of sarcophagus form, the hinged cover opening to a fitted interior with twin glass mixing bowls flanked by two lift-out lidded tea canisters either side, scroll supports, raised quatrefoil plinth, sabre legs terminating in brass cappings and castors, height 85cm, width 44cm, depth 32cm £300 - £500

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460 458. An Art Deco chrome bed headboard and footboard, early 20th century, with side rails, head and foot decorated with garland decoration, 98cm high, 136cm wide £300 - £500 459. Gareth Neal & Kevin Gauld for The New Craftsmen, a Brodgar Orkney occasional single chair with drawer, light oak and straw, height to seat back 76cm, width at widest point 61cm £600 - £800 460. Gareth Neal & Kevin Gauld for The New Craftsmen, a Brodgar Orkney occasional bench with triple drawers, light oak and straw, height to seat back 76cm, width at widest point 121cm £1,000 - £1,500

454 454. Liberty and Co., an Aesthetic Movement Thebes stool, stained beech with slatted bowed seat, on shaped and turned legs united by dowel stretchers, 40cm square, 38cm high £200 - £300 455. Leonard Wyburd for Liberty & Co, a Lochleven Arts & Crafts oak sideboard, circa 1900, moulded cornice, raised back with double opening and single glazed cupboard, the lower section with a single frieze drawer, open space and double cupboard, forged iron extended hinges and ring handles, height 182cm, width 176cm, depth 54cm £1,000 - £2,000 456. An Arts & Crafts light oak occasional table, circa 1905, circular top, triple outswept fretwork legs united by an undertier, diameter 46cm £50 - £80 461 457. An Art Deco gilt metal double bed head and footboard, probably French 1930’s, of reeded scroll design, with cast floral frieze, width 140cm £80 - £120

461. Adam Stegner for Pagholz Flototto, a Modernist bent plywood laminate and steel chair, model 15104, designed circa 1958, the shaped cantilever body with kidney shape motif, on angular steel frame legs £40 - £60

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462 462. Isamu Noguchi, Rocking Stool, designed in 1954, produced for Vitra Design Museum 2001, stained maple and chromed steel, makers plaque to underside £100 - £200

464 464. A 19th Century bracket clock, of Empire design in white, black and red veined marble, gilt metal urn finial, white convex enamel dial with Arabic numerals, flanked by fluted scrolls, the breakfront plinth with inset gilt metal frieze of cherubs, peg feet, bell chiming mechanism, height 36cm, (no key or pendulum) £250 - £350

463 463. Johan Stark, a 19th Century wooden bracket clock, gilt metal urn finial, pediment, white enamel chapter ring flanked by alabaster columns on a raised plinth, gong striking mechanism, height 46cm, (pendulum only, no key) £100 - £150

465 465. A 19th Century painted black slate bracket clock, of Baroque design with a pineapple urn and floral vase finials, white enamel dial with Roman numerals, supported by fluted pilasters, plinth raised on gilt metal feet, height 41cm, width 24cm (pendulum only, no key) £150 - £200

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466. A late 19th or early 20th Century French carriage clock, brass corniche case with swing handle, oval escapement window, white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, the movement striking on a gong, height 13.5cm, in the original black leather fitted travel case with M.E.B. gilt monogram £80 - £120 467. A late Victorian aneroid barometer, circa 1890, carved oak case with scrollwork, thermometer over the principal dial, height 88cm £50 - £80 468. 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, (with key and pendulum) £200 - £300

469. Joseph Kirk of Nottingham, a mid 18th Century longcase clock, circa 1760, chinoiserie case of red lacquer and gilt decoration, arched brass dial with scroll spandrels, silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, bell striking movement, height 240cm, (two weights and pendulum) £1,500 - £2,000 470. R.. Logie, Edinburgh, a 19th Century Scottish strung mahogany longcase clock, circular painted dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds and date dials, bell striking movement, the strung trunk door flanked by fluted pilasters, height 210cm, (two weights and pendulum) £250 - £350 471. J. E. Mason, Worcester, a George III oak longcase clock, swan neck pediment with brass finials, square painted dial with butterfly spandrels, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, pediment trunk door flanked by canted pilasters, height 216cm, (two weights, pendulum and winding key) £300 - £500

472 472. A late Victorian oak cased musical bracket clock, circa 1890, the case of Baroque architectural form with carved lion masks and caryatid pilasters, arched bright cut engraved brass dial with silvered dials, chime/silent, speed and Whittington/Westminster subsidiary dials in the arch, the principal dial with Roman numerals, presentation plaque below dated 1899, fretwork side sound grilles, the double fusee movement striking on eight graduated bells and five gongs, height 42cm (front door key) £300 - £500 473. 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, height 212cm, (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. £100 - £150 469

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475. James Truscott, Aberystwyth, a mid Victorian mahogany bracket clock, circa 1860, arched case with applied scrolling foliage, 21cm circular painted dial with Roman numerals, side windows, double fusee movement striking on a bell, height 46cm, with the original maker’s trade label, (two keys and pendulum) £200 - £300 476. A gilt metal bracket timepiece of Rococo design, black enamel dial with gilt Roman numerals signed J. Dusart, Bruxelles, height 53cm £300 - £500 477. An Art Deco mother of pearl panel alarm clock, cuboid form, panelled with shell tiles, the white enamelled dial with Arabic numerals, 7cm high £20 - £40 478. A French Art Deco clock garniture by Comptoir & General, Paris, circa 1930, of stepped design in green onyx and brown veined marble and gilt metal and nickel mounts, surmounted by a silvered seated figure of a female dancer in a green dress with gilt decoration, chiming mechanism, clock 45cm high, 50cm wide (key and pendulum) (3) £150 - £250

474 474. A Regency flame mahogany musical bracket clock of large proportions, circa 1820, brass acorn finial to the arched case, 25cm painted dial with Roman numerals and central subsidiary dial, brass side ring handles and sound grilles, strung case with gadroon moulded base, bun feet, the double fusee mechanism striking on four bells (one missing), height 70cm, width 38cm, (front and rear door keys, winding key and pendulum) £1,000 - £1,500

479 479. An RAF operations room wall clock, the twenty four hour 35cm sector dial painted with black numerals, RAF King’s Crown warrant officer’s insignia to the centre, red, blue and yellow sector markings, blued steel spade hands, glazed face with brass bezel, mahogany surround, the single fusee movement stamped G.B.E. London, No.11365, the back board with Notice paper label, (two keys and pendulum). Note: Sector clocks were widely used during the Second World War to track enemy aircraft movements. As an enemy plane was spotted its’ position was marked on a UK map using the British Modified Grid system laid out at a sector operations room, using a coloured disc matching the coloured segment on the clock dial as pointed to by the minute hand, each coloured sector representing five minutes. The discs were then re-positioned on the map as further sightings came in, using a magnetic ‘rake’, which enabled the controllers to follow the progress and formation of each flight and work out its’ possible target, This simple, but extremely effective, method of gaining the required information with speed allowed quick decisions to be made in the battle of the air. £3,000 - £5,000 475

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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ORIENTAL CERAMICS AND WORKS OF ART 480. A 19th Century Chinese provincial blue and white baluster vase, painted with a mountainous river landscape with figures fishing and inside pagodas, height 57cm (electrical cable hole to base) £120 - £150 481. 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 £500 - £800 482. A Song Dynasty Jun tea bowl on stand, in two sections with celadon glaze, height 14cm £200 - £300

484 484. A large Chinese famille rose floor vase, 19th century Cantonese, shouldered form with lion handles and lizard moulded shoulder, painted with panels of court scenes and pageants, within foliate border, 63.5cm high £100 - £200

483 483. A Chinese blue and white vase and cover, Kangxi mark, inverse baluster form, painted with a garden scene of figures at a scholars table, the lid with dog finial, 32cm high £80 - £120

485 485. A pair of Chinese famille rose vases, 18th century or later, baluster form, painted with panels of interior court scenes, within floral and symbol grounds, 14cm high £50 - £80

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486 486. A Chinese Republican porcelain vase, ovoid baluster form, painted with a peacock, pine and prunus, below black geometric bands, a poem to the reverse, red seal mark to underside, 23cm high £40 - £70 487. Three various Chinese porcelain snuff bottles, each of cylinder form, blue and white and iron red decoration of dragon and figure scenes, four and six character script marks, polished agate stoppers, height of largest 10.5cm (3) £300 - £400

489 489. A large 19th Century Chinese rouleau vase, decorated in the famille verte palette with processional figure scenes, height 60cm £400 - £600 490. A 19th Century Chinese baluster vase, moulded lion mask and ring handles painted in polychrome in the famille verte palette with vases of prunus blossom, flowing foliage and script marks, height 57cm £300 - £500 491. A large 19th Century Chinese baluster vase, reticulated twin handles, painted in polychrome in the famille verte palette with domestic figure scenes and figures conversing beside a balustrade, height 59cm £200 - £300 492. A large 19th Century Chinese cloisonné baluster vase, beast mask twin handles, the body decorated with scrolling foliage and auspicious characters on a blue ground, height 68cm £1,000 - £1,500 493. A pair of 19th Century Cantonese enamel soup dishes, gilt and polychrome decorated with domestic figure scenes in the famille rose palette, bronzed mounts, diameter 25cm (2) £50 - £80

488 488. A 19th Century Chinese baluster vase, decorated with polychrome panels of fish, landscapes, foliage and dragon on a powder blue reserve ground, double blue circle mark, height 46cm £200 - £300

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494 494. A pair of Chinese circular chargers, Guangxu mark and period, 1875-1908, each decorated in polychrome with a branch of pink fruit, foliage and bats, six character script marks in puce, diameter 34cm (2) £4,000 - £6,000

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499. A Japanese bronze study of a Samurai, 20th Century, modelled standing wearing a robe and holding two swords, all-over dark brown patina, height 33cm £300 - £500 500. An Indian cast brass figure of the deity Lakshmi, wearing a headdress and seated on a throne with an owl below, height 22cm £100 - £150 501. An Indian cast brass figure of a female deity, seated on a lotus leaf playing a string instrument with bird below, height 18cm £100 - £150 502. An Indian cast brass figure of a four armed deity, standing within an arch upon a lotus leaf flanked by two smaller figures, height 22cm £100 - £150 503. An Indian cast brass figure of a four armed deity, elephant mask, seated on a throne, height 21cm £100 - £150 504. A pair of Japanese gilt and monochrome photographic views of Mount Fuji, Meiji period, 1868-1912, mounted in red lacquer frames decorated with birds amongst foliage, image size 20 by 26cm (2) £70 - £100 505. A collection of Chinese mother of pearl gaming counters, circular, lozenge and oval forms, engraved with foliate, geometric and pagoda decoration £120 - £180 506. Chinese School (early to mid 20th century) painting of a group of chicks, black script and red seal stamp, bearing Wah Cheong gallery label verso, 44 by 35cm, framed £80 - £100 507. China (20th century), Chinese painting of an ox cart amidst a mountainous landscape, 7 red seal stamps, 34 by 32cm, framed £200 - £300 508. China (20th century), Chinese painting of a mountainous landscape, 5 red seal stamps, 35 by 35cm, framed £200 - £300

495 495. A Chinese blue and white Yen Yen vase, Kangxi mark 1662-1722, decorated with alternating ogee panels of landscapes and foliage, blue leaf mark within a double blue circle, height 63cm £1,000 - £1,500 496. A pair of late 19th Century Chinese cloisonné baluster vases, each decorated with acanthus leaf shoulders and pink and blue blossom on a blue geometric grid ground, height 31cm (2) £300 - £400 497. An antique Chinese provincial bronze study of a lady, standing wearing a robe, traces of gilding, height 25cm £200 - £300 498. A Japanese bronze study of a Samurai, Meiji period, 1868-1912, modelled standing in battle pose in full headdress and robes with a spear, on a raised naturalistic plinth, height 34cm, width 31cm £400 - £600

509. China (19th century), Chinese Scroll painting of two women amidst a mountainous landscape £300 - £500 510. China (19th century), Chinese Scroll painting of an emperor and his entourage, 123 by 30cm £300 - £500 511. Indian school (20th century), ornithological study, pencil in gilt border, French annotations verso, 16cm by 11cm, framed £100 - £200 512. A pair of intact Persian curtains, depicting 96 printed Persian scenes (Safavid revival), circa early to mid-20th century, each curtain width gathered up to 100cm, length 251cm, width along bottom edge 130cm £200 - £300 513. A pair of intact Persian curtains, depicting 96 printed Persian scenes (Safavid revival), circa early to mid-20th century, each curtain width gathered up to 100cm, length 251cm, width along bottom edge 130cm £200 - £300 514.

A Chinese carved jade cup, 3.7cm high

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522. China (19th/20th century), Chinese Landscape Scene, watercolour, black text and red seals above, 44.5cm x 56.5cm, framed Provenance: Graves Gallery Birmingham which was active in the 19th/early 20th century £200 - £300 523. China (18th/19th century), Qing dynasty, depicting a Chinese female musician and student seated on a rug, painting on silk, black signature and red seal to lower left corner, 32cm x 34.5cm, framed and glazed £300 - £500 524. China (18th century), Qing Dynasty, Chinese 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 £300 - £500 525. A 19th century Middle Eastern hardwood hall mirror, rectangular form with beasts and tendril panels within bead borders on a textured gilt ground, roundels to the corners, 71cm x 60cm £500 - £700 515 515. _ Indian school (19th century), portrait of a Mughal princess on ivory, pencil with gilt highlights, 13 by 11cm, unframed £200 - £300 516. Chinese School (20th century), fan painting of a landscape, associated red seal and black ink script, 46 by 21cm, framed £20 - £30 517. Indian School (19th century), study of a goat, watercolour within floral and gilt border, indistinctly signed, 38 by 27cm, framed £80 - £120 518. China (early 20th century), Chinese/Japanese/Korean pen ink watercolour of two women conducting daily chores, red seal stamp associated script, appears to be dated in ink, 39cm x 30cm

526. A compressed tea 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 - £80 527. A large 19th century koftgari tray of Indian or Persian origin, profusely inlaid in floral patterns, 60cm x 45cm £80 - £120 528. A Japanese wooden Kobi toy, modelled as two figured in a carriage, articulated with moving arms and heads, 16cm long £40 - £70 529. Chinese embroidery, possibly a robe/sleeve section, 19th century, Qing dynasty, 49cm by 36cm, framed £20 - £30

Provenance: Wah Cheong Gallery Hong Kong established 1902 £100 - £200

530. A collection of 19th century Islamic Middle Eastern metalware including a Persian Kashkul begging bowl and an Ottoman/Mamluk revival Koran box. Various Sizes (4) £200 - £300

519. China (early 20th century), Chinese/Japanese/Korean pen ink watercolour of a dancing couple, red seal stamp associated script, appears to be dated in ink, 39cm x 30cm

531. China (19th century), a woman seated on a mythical beast, gouache on paper with gilt highlights, Chinese character marks bottom centre, 30cm x 25cm, framed £150 - £250

Provenance: Wah Cheong Gallery Hong Kong established 1902 £100 - £200 520. China (19th/20th century), Women Oyster Picking, three red seal stamps, and script in black ink. Old catalogue verso inventory markings 29/9/1971, 31cm x 41cm, unframed £200 - £300 521. China (19th century), Chinese glass painting of warriors and nobleman, 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 £200 - £300

532. An Islamic Ottoman embroidered satin tomb cover, 19th century, inscribed roundels surrounded by a cartouche and roset inscriptions, embroidered tughra, richly embroidered with silver gilt thread, 173cm x 117cm £600 - £800 533. Indian school (20th century), study of a falcon on its perch, pencil with gilt highlights, old French catalogue inventory annotation verso, 16.5 by 11cm, framed £200 - £300 534. Indian school (20th century), ornithological study, pencil in gilt border, French annotations verso, 17cm by 12cm, framed £100 - £200 535. An Oriental lavender aventurine quartz carved orb with eagle surmount, on a carved rosewood pedestal stand, 23.5cm high £50 - £80

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540 540. A Japanese carved wood okimono, Meiji, modelled as a rat climbing on a man, the man holding a truncheon and board, set with glass bead eyes, signed, 7.5cm £80 - £120 541. A pair of Japanese bronze baluster vases, relief decorated with pine cones and flowers, 21cm high (2)£150 - £250 536 536. A Chinese carved lapis figural snuff bottle, modelled as a lion with scaly fur, on wooden stand £50 - £80

542. A Chinese silk and gold thread embroidery, possibly 18th century, depicting two carp swimming, 79cm x 70cm £500 - £700

537. A large Indian throw, decorated with tapered gilt foliate borders, 260cm x 216cm £300 - £500

543. A pair of Japanese carved bamboo ivory and mother of pearl wall hangers, Meiji, modelled in relief with irises and birds, 76cm high (2) £60 - £80

538. A Japanese bronze baluster twin handled vase, relief moulded rattan and applied bamboo, and bark effect handles, 25cm high £50 - £80

544. Two Chinese carved hardwood figures, one modelled as a woman with child, the other inlaid with wire decoration, modelled as an elder with deer, 51cm high (2) £200 - £300 545. A monumental Chinese jade 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 £500 - £800 546. A 19th century Tibetan flint striker purse, leather, with metal striking blade and brass hook and decoration, 9cm £50 - £80

539 539. A Japanese Shibayama and silver filigree card tray, Meiji, rectangular form, the central plaque carved with a hanging basket of peonies and prunus, a butterfly and fan, within an open foliate scroll and daisy border, on four wire scroll bracket feet, 16cm x 19.5cm £200 - £300 547 547. A 19th Century Chinese bronze study of a standing duck, realistic plumage, on a lily pad, all-over dark brown patina, height 15cm £100 - £150

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548. A fine Japanese shibayama and gold lacquer kodansu, Meiji period, 1868-1912, the rectangular table cabinet with a gilt metal swing handle, the main vessel inset with five shibayama panels of flowering blossom and exotic birds amongst branches of blossom and foliage, gold lacquer borders with circular mon devices containing birds, landscapes and foliage, single door opening to three graduated drawers and fully lacquered interior, on shaped bracket feet, appears unsigned, height 17cm, width 10.5cm, depth 16cm £2,000 - £3,000

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WORKS OF ART 552. A 19th century gilt metal and Limoges enamelled twin handled dish, the central plaque of a woman in profile with red cap, signed LeBrun, the handles cast with knotted garlands and crossed quiver and flaming torches, 17cm £200 - £300 553. A mid 19th Century woolwork picture, The Welsh Lady, worked in coloured threads by Alice Unsworth of Bridges Farm House, circa 1845, (provenance verso), in a rosewood frame, 50 by 43cm £80 - £120 554. A Victorian carved ivory pocket watch stand, chamfered cylindrical form with plated cruciform hook, 14cm high £40 - £70 555. A pair of mahogany barley twist stem candlesticks, circa 1920s, bronze bobeches, dished circular weighted bases, height 36cm (2) £50 - £80 549 549. A 19th Century Dixon & Sons brass percussion cap dispenser, of snail form with ring turned body, suspension ring and steel cap retaining spring, struck maker’s mark, length 8cm £200 - £300

556. A George III mahogany tea caddy box, circa 1790, of octagonal form, crossbanded and strung throughout, hinged cover, mother of pearl escutcheon, height 13cm, width 13.5cm £50 - £80

550. An 18th/19th century rapier, wire grip handle, disc and loop guard, together with a similar example, longest sword 100cm (2) £40 - £60

557. A George III mahogany tea caddy, circa 1790, barbers pole strung throughout with brass swing handle to the caddy top, fitted interior with triple divisions, lock, bracket feet, height 16.5cm, width 26cm, depth 14cm £80 - £120

551 551. Franz Bergmann, an Austrian patinated bronze figure of a dog, modelled realistically as a setter, cast marks, 30cm long £100 - £200 558 558. A mid 19th Century French boulle tea caddy, of rectangular form, the hinged cover with scrolling brass inlay with central cartouche engraved ‘Annie’ and dated 1848, opening to a fitted interior with birds eye maple lined and strung inner cover and twin lidded compartments, height 12.5cm, width 23cm, depth 12.5cm £250 - £350 559. A 19th century tortoiseshell and wire inlaid purse, ogee cartouche form, set with abalone and gilt detailing, four pocket silk interior, 7.5cm long £40 - £70

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563 563. A George III Bilston enamel toy bonbonniere, circa 1780, of egg form with alternating coloured striped decoration, screw cover, length 3cm (s.d) £50 - £80

560 560. A George III satinwood and rosewood Regency striped workbox, circa 1800, cuboid form, applied with cut steel studs and rosette motifs, the interior with fitted tray and compartments, lined in silk and blue paper, 25cm wide, 10.5cm high, 18cm deep £250 - £350

564. A mid 19th Century oval portrait miniature, circa 1840, a gentleman, bust length wearing a black tunic and brown stock, in a bright cut scrollwork frame with suspension ring, 7 by 5.5cm £250 - £350 565. Thomas Stevens of Coventry, two woven silk pictures, to include Dick Turpin’s Last Ride on his Bonnie Black Bess and The First Point, mounted with titles below, 5 by 15cm, framed, together with a silhouette portrait profile miniature of Stretchley Churchill, aged 17, 10.5 by 7cm, framed (3) £40 - £60 566. An archive of assorted 19th Century portrait photography, circa 1840’s and later, to include tintypes, ambrotypes, daguerreotypes and on glass, three in Union type hinged cases, some in hinged leather presentation cases, some loose, single, double and family group portraits of children and adults, to include one of two young men in a prop early motor car (parcel) £150 - £200

561 561. A gilt metal and marble table box, Henry Griffiths and Sons, the lid applied with a cast plaque of the arms of Denmark, red and white veined hardstone with gilt hinge and thumbpiece, 15.5cm long, 6cm high, 13cm deep £80 - £120 562. A mid 19th Century oval portrait miniature, circa 1840, a gentleman, bust length wearing a black tunic and white stock, watercolour on paper, 7.5 by 6cm, gilt metal frame £50 - £60 567 567. Five assorted 19th Century portrait miniatures, to include two profile portrait silhouettes, one of Roger Birch of Tettenhall, dated 1843, a naive watercolour of a boy sweep, an early Victorian watercolour of a young lady in profile and other of a lady on ivory (5) £50 - £80

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568. A bronzed metal eagle finial topper, mounted on part of staff, eagle 15cm high £40 - £60 569. A carved mother of pearl shell plaque, Jerusalem, 19th century, depicting the Last Supper, 16cm wide £50 - £100 570. British School, circa 1840, an oval portrait miniature of a young lady, bust length wearing a white lace shawl and coral coloured dress, landscape beyond, on ivory, tortoiseshell verso, 8 by 6cm, framed, together with an oval portrait miniature of a gentleman in profile, pencil and white chalk, 10.5 by 8cm and a lithograph oval portrait miniature of Napoleon, framed (3) £200 - £300

576 576. A George Philip 12 inch library table globe, circa 1920’s, with eighteen applied coloured printed gores incorporating oval trade label Philips’ 12 Inch Library Globe, showing principal steamship routes with distances in nautical miles, other steamship routes, principal railways with distances in statute miles, other railways projected, brass hour ring and pivots, on a wooden stand with coloured paper horizon ring months, zodiac signs and symbols, raised on a turned wooden tripod base, height approximately 47cm £1,200 - £1,500 571 571. A pair of carved wooden and gesso winged cherubs, probably from an Italian altar, mid 18th Century, later polychrome and gilt decoration, height 60cm (2) £500 - £800 572. Three 19th Century woolwork pictures, to include a horse and dog in front of a pediment gateway, a shepherd and shepherdess conversing beside a wall with dog at his feet and two figures gathering fruit whilst a dog looks on, all framed, largest 36 by 36cm (3) £50 - £80 573. A mid Victorian pictorial textile sampler, strawberry border containing vases of flowers, a bunch of roses, motto and a stately home with winged cherubs in flight above worked in coloured threads on coarse line by Ann Smiths in 1850, in a birds eye maple frame, 53 by 53cm £100 - £150 574. Late Victorian Taxidermy, a Bittern, mounted in a naturalistic setting with grass and moss, in sealed and painted glazed case, internal loose hand written card dated 1899, 63 by 66cm £150 - £200 575. A Victorian burr walnut tea caddy, circa 1860, of bombe casket form with pierced gilt metal scroll mounts, bun feet, the domed hinged cover opening to a triple division satinwood fitted interior with central clear moulded glass mixing bowl flanked by lidded tea canisters either side, height 20cm, width 31.5cm (key) £250 - £350

577 577. A late 19th Century Black Forest decorative model of a carved wooden bear, in prowling pose with open mouth and glass eyes, height 30cm, width 48cm £450 - £550

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581 581. A George III oak and mahogany fronted miniature apprentice chest of three long graduated drawers, circa 1810, ebony strung with moulded top, turned brass handles, on ogee bracket feet, 23cm wide, 21.5cm high, 14cm deep £150 - £250

578 578. A Victorian rosewood and cut glass six decanter box, T Turner, circa 1870, cuboid form with flush brass inlay and campaign handles, opening to reveal a velvet and Moroccan leather sectional interior containing six matching hobnail and facet cut spirit decanters, signed to the lock, 35cm wide, 25.5cm high, 23cm deep £200 - £400

582. A double set of Victorian draughts pieces, natural and ebonised boxwood, in two sizes, within a marble paper lined walnut case, 3cm and 3.5cm diameter £40 - £60 583. A 19th Century Calvert ivory chess set, in natural and faded grey opposing colouring, the pure white king stamped Calvert, Maker, 189 Fleet St, London, height of king 8.5cm, contained in a 19th Century mahogany box with hinged cover (32) £1,200 - £1,500

579. A Victorian ebony and box wood St George design chess set, turned solid construction, the pawns with two disc knops, Staunton Kings, Queen 8.5cm high £100 - £150

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580 580. A Victorian coromandel work box, ogee fluted cuboid form, the lid interior inlaid with ivory foliate wreath and roundel, two trays of lidded compartments, the upper tray with painted ivory and specimen wood and wire inlaid borders, the lower with ebony and specimen strung compartments, on four squat feet, 37cm wide, 18cm high, 26cm deep £400 - £600

584. A Victorian coromandel compendium of games, W Thornhill, New Bond Street, London, domed cuboid form with steel edges and hinged side handles, satinwood lined interior, the lid with a folding ivory tiled chess and specimen wood backgammon board, the sectioned upper tray with Staunton type chess set, draughts counters, bone cribbage board, two rotating pointing hand markers and a bridge scorer, the push button release hidden draw with vacant compartments for decks of cards, inset with a silvered makers plaque, 33.5cm wide, 18cm high, 25cm deep £500 - £800

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585 585. A Victorian leather bound book games board, full bound with gilt title and Vol, tooled chess board with marbled paper edged, the interior as a backgammon board, 37.5cm x 21.5cm £100 - £200

588 588. A 19th Century burr walnut campaign spirit decanter box, of square form with brass flush side handles, shield escutcheon, hinged lid opening to a fitted interior containing four clear cut glass case decanters with facet cut stoppers, height 20cm, width 16.5cm (key) £400 - £500 589. Five assorted mid 18th Century brass socket candlesticks, all with knopped stems, four with dished petal bases, one with a rectangular base, height of largest 24.5cm (5) £60 - £100 586 586. A George III mahogany miniature apprentice chest of three long drawers, circa 1800, chased gilt brass handles on cabriole bracket feet, 26cm wide, 26cm high, 15cm deep £120 - £180

590 587 587. A 20th Century Russell of Norwich barograph, mahogany case with bevelled glass inserts, chart drawer to frieze, height 21cm, width 39cm, depth 23cm £100 - £150

590. A late 19th Century Black Forest carved wooden desk model of an eagle, circa 1890, carved outstretched wings with realistic plumage, open beak and glass eyes perched upon a rocky outcrop, height 41cm £300 - £400

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597. Y..Mongmiey, a bronze study of a pointer, on an oval naturalistic plinth, width 10.5cm £50 - £80

591 591. A Regency mahogany tea caddy, circa 1820, of sarcophagus form, parquetry inlaid and strung throughout, marquetry floral inlay plaques, lion mask side ring handles, brass claw and ball feet, the fitted interior with a central clear moulded glass mixing bowl flanked by twin lidded vessels either side, height 18cm by 28cm (key) £200 - £250 592. A pair of 19th Century cast bronze lanterns, possibly French, of tapering square form with clear glazing, anthemion crestings and castellated coronas, internal ceramic heat deflectors, height approximately 80cm (later refurbished and converted to electricity) (2). Note: for a near identical pair, see Lot 1, Christie’s South Kensington, 27th September, 2004 £700 - £90 593.

Sandeman Vintage Port 1970, one bottle

£50 - £80

598 598. Jean-Baptiste Germain (French, 1841-1910), La Laitiere (The Milkmaid), bronze, signed, all-over dark brown patina, mounted on a gilt socle with beaded border, rouge veined circular marble plinth with title plaque, full height 70cm £400 - £600 599. Jeanne Rynhart (Irish, 1946-2020), a bronzed study of an owl, perched on a tree stump with wings outstretched, naturalistic plinth, signed, height 55cm £200 - £250

594 594. A late 19th or early 20th Century European bronze study of a wild boar, standing and snarling, all-over dark brown patina, height 11cm, width 19cm £100 - £150 595. Stefan Schwartz (1851-1924), bronze figure of a dancing girl, signed, on marble plinth, 17.5cm high £300 - £500 596. A 19th Century European bronze study of a recumbent ram, all-over dark brown patina, mounted on a white marble plinth, bronze excluding plinth 7cm by 12cm £100 - £150

600. 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 £70 - £100 601. An Art Deco silver and shagreen hand mirror, together with two 1950s shagreen compacts, mirror 28cm long, compact 8cm diameter (3) £50 - £80 602. An Art Nouveau easel photograph frame, circa 1905, of rectangular form with fretwork brass surround in the form of stylized iris in the Japanese manner on an ebonised frame height 20cm, width 17.5cm, opening 12cm by 9.5cm £50 - £80

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603 603. An Art Deco ivory and shagreen clock case, rectangular with 2.5 inch circular aperture, on block feet, 15.5cm high £40 - £70 604. A late Victorian Arts & Crafts illuminated Address, presented to Mr George Evans, dated August 1886, within a scrollwork border of Gothic design, 53 by 40cm, in the original gilt frame £150 - £200 605.

Hugh Wallis Arts & Crafts hammered brass bowl £40 - £60

609 609. Franz Peleska-Lunard for Rosenthal and Maeder, a cold painted bronze and carved ivory figure, circa 1920, modelled as a 19th century woman in a gust of wind, on oval marble plinth, signed in cast Peleschka-Lunard, 21.5cm high £300 - £500

606. Ros Newman M.R.S.S. (British, 1939), two figurative studies in steel, each mounted on a white veined marble plinth, height of largest 28cm. Provenance: purchased by the current vendor from The Alwin Gallery, London in the early 1970’s. Brochure included (3) £80 - £120 607. British School, mid 20th Century, a bust of the British ballerina Dame Alice Markova DBE (1910-2004), bronze, height 34cm, mounted on a wooden plinth, full height 45cm £150 - £200

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608 608. Sergio Bustamante, a surrealist bronze sculpture, modelled as an anthropomorphic chicken, on black base, signed and numbered 32 of 100, 20.5cm high £200 - £300

610. Ernst Gustav Jaeger for Rosenthal and Maeder, Page with Falcon, an Art Deco cold painted bronze and carved ivory figure, circa 1925, modelled as a Medieval boy, on marbled plinth, signed in cast G Jaeger, 28cm high Note: see Shayo, A. 2016, Statuettes of the Art Deco Period, p.131 for an example of this figure £300 - £500

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611. Ferdinand Preiss, Sonny Boy, an Art Deco cold painted bronze and carved ivory figure, model 1179, circa 1925, modelled as a schoolboy holding a book, on green onyx base, signed F Preiss, 21.5cm high Note: see Shayo, A. 2005, Ferdinand Preiss; Art Deco Sculptor, p.130, for an example of this figure £600 - £800 612. Ferdinand Preiss, Hoop Girl, an Art Deco cold painted bronze and carved ivory figure, model 1123, circa 1925, modelled holding a hula-hoop, on green onyx base, signed F Preiss, 21cm high Note: see Shayo, A. 2005, Ferdinand Preiss; Art Deco Sculptor, p.130, for an example of this figure £600 - £800

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613 613. Ferdinand Preiss, Fencer, an Art Deco cold painted bronze and carved ivory figure, model 1136, circa 1925, modelled as a woman in a skirt, holding a sword, on triangular marble base, signed F Preiss, 18cm high Note: see Shayo, A. 2005, Ferdinand Preiss; Art Deco Sculptor, p.143, for an example of this figure £800 - £1,200 613A. Armand Godard (19th/20th Century), an Art Deco gilt bronze figure of a reclining lady feeding birds, circa 1925, mounted on a stepped black veined marble plinth, signed A. Godard and Editions Reverxxxxxx, Paris, also impressed in the bronze Bronze Veritable, full height 32cm, full width 68cm £700 - £900 612

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614. A W N Pugin for John Hardman and Sons (attributed), a Gothic Revival brass and enamelled altar vase, circa 1850, footed baluster form, decorated with champleve thistle and foliate entwined rope emblem, between bands of leafy ropes in blue, green and white enamel, 20.5cm high £150 - £250 615. Thomas Jeckyll (attributed), a pair of Aesthetic Movement brass andirons or fire dogs, circa 1875, each cast with a sunflower on ball and rod frame and bracket base, 23.5cm high £50 - £100

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616. Christopher Dresser for Benham and Froud, a pair of Aesthetic Movement brass altar vases, circa 1870, ovoid egg form with conical neck and foot, the central band applied with crimped rosettes of alternating malachite and carnelian cabochons, concentric rings between foliate scrolls and geometric chevron bands, the feet with pierced holes, on four cast lions paw feet, stamped marks, 17cm high £200 - £400 617. Christopher Dresser for Benham and Froud, an Anglo Japonesque copper and brass kettle, the spherical body with conical collar, angled spout, on three tee form legs, turned fruitwood handle, 25cm high £80 - £120 618. An Arts and Crafts pewter mirror, oval form, planished and embossed with stylised knotted tendril motifs and riveted straps, the bevelled glass 82.5cm x 40cm, overall 95cm x 52.5cm £100 - £150 619. An Arts and Crafts copper and wrought iron fire screen, the rectangular panel repousse decorated with a foliate shield cartouche and triangular corners, the frame of open whiplash strap form on scrolled feet, 84cm high, 58cm wide £80 - £120 620. An Arts and Crafts copper chamber stick, planished and beaten with an ogee domed foot, crimped dish and sconce, conical shaft with riveted, lobed whiplash handle, 22.5cm high £40 - £70

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621 621. Margaret Gilmour (attributed), a Glasgow School Arts and Crafts brass tray, triangular form, repousse decorated to the centre with Celtic ring design, on a textured ground, 23cm diameter £40 - £70 622. David Veasey for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts Tudric pewter twin handled bowl, model 011, footed drum form, cast with stylised rose trees in the Art Nouveau style, behind a mottoed ribbon band with a verse from Tennyson’s Maud, 32cm wide £200 - £400

624 624. WMF, a Jugendstil gilt table mirror, relief moulded in the Art Nouveau style with a maiden peering into the glass, sinuous tendrils and flowering trees to the borders, 37cm x 28cm £100 - £150

623 623. Carl Deffner, a Jugendstil copper string box, cylindrical form, embossed in relief with Glasgow style roses, 10cm high £20 - £40

625 625. WMF, a novelty silver plated and glass claret jug, the colourless glass body in a relief moulded Rococo scroll and wing cage, hinged beak spout, 36cm 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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PAPERWEIGHTS

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626 626. A Jugendstil pewter and cut glass vase, in the style of WMF, the shouldered form body within a cage support of sinuous maidens heads with trailing hair and three undulating handles, 29cm high £100 - £200

631. Two Victorian dump glass paperweights, each with pictorial inclusions, a goat in one, the other with a hand holding wheat, 10cm high (2) £80 - £120 632. St Louis (attributed), a flower glass paperweight, with white petals and seven green leaves, 8cm diameter £60 - £100

633 633. Clichy, a patterned millefiori glass paperweight, the central cluster within a nine cane green wreath and garland of alternating double star clusters and blue crimped canes, 5.5cm diameter £60 - £80

627 627. WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated and glass claret jug, splayed trumpet form body housed within a cage of sinuous tendrils, cast in relief with a maiden picking cherries, stamped marks, 37cm high £300 - £500 628. WMF, a Jugendstil brass kettle on stand, angled geometric design with a band of enamelled triangle motifs, the three support stand with pierced fishscale design, the burner with similar banding, swing rattan handle, 30cm high £40 - £70 629. A pair of large Jugendstil copper candlesticks, circa 1925, cylindrical column form on domed bases with dished sconce trays, 27cm high (2) £100 - £200 630. 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, height 37cm (2) £250 - £350

634 634. Paul Ysart, a concentric millefiori glass paperweight, three rings of star centred canes around a central multi core, on powdered white blue ground, 8cm diameter £40 - £70

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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635. Paul Ysart, a millefiori glass paperweight, multicoloured six pointed star comprised of concentric and close packed canes, with spaced turquoise canes to the border, on black ground, signed with cane PY, 7.5cm diameter £50 - £80

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639. St Louis, a gravel millefiori glass paperweight, six radial bars between alternating segments of red and blue with canes to the centre, emanating from a central core with profile portrait bust, 6.5cm diameter £80 - £120

642. Clichy, a small concentric millefiori glass paperweight, the central black cased cane within a ring of red and white canes and an irregular band of random cluster canes including the Clichy rose, 5cm diameter £60 - £100

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640. Baccarat, a scrambled millefiori glass paperweight, multicoloured spiral and multistrand rods and random canes, 6.5cm diameter £40 - £70

643. Paul Ysart, a concentric millefiori glass paperweight, three rings, each of alternating cased and cluster canes, around a central rosette, on mottled purple ground, 8cm diameter £40 - £60

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644

641. St Louis, a purple dahlia glass paperweight, circa 1850, eight rings of striped petals around a central star cane, green leaves, to the edge, star cut base, 7cm diameter £100 - £200

644. Baccarat, a large millefiori and scrambled latticino glass paperweight, the central blue cluster within five spaces yellow, blue and red clusters, encircled by a wreath of alternating pink and green canes, 8cm diameter £100 - £200

636. Paul Ysart, a millefiori glass paperweight, eight lattice rods radiating from a six cane wreath, three levels of canes in blue and orange between each, 8cm diameter £40 - £70

637 637. Paul Ysart, a cane glass paperweight, the central star within a multicoloured irregular wreath and band of alternating rods and star canes, on a powder green ground, 8cm diameter £30 - £50 638. Saint Mande, a millefiori glass paperweight, the central pink and green cluster rosette within five further cane clusters, on a black ground, signed in cane STM, 7cm diameter £40 - £70

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650. William Manson, a figural glass paperweight, 1992, depicting an aventurine lizard and five petal flower on a mottled green ground, signed and dated, 8cm diameter £40 - £70 651. Perthshire, two large millefiori glass paperweights, PP109 and PP185, circa 1997, one with open spiral rods and central butterfly picture cane, the other with a football player to the centre, 7.5cm diameter (2) £50 - £80

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645. Paul Ysart, close packed millefiori and concentric ring glass paperweight, the irregular centre within a wreath of orange canes, and a border of alternating geometric canes, on marbled blue ground, 7.5cm diameter £40 - £70

648. Paul Ysart, a concentric millefiori glass paperweight, the group of six alternating petal and ring cluster canes, within a wreath of orange and green canes, the border with ruby cased canes flanked by alternating orange and white multispiral rods with aventurine threads, 7.5cm diameter £40 - £70

652 652. Paul Ysart, a millefiori garland glass paperweight, the central multi cane, multi cluster rosette of seven pink and green millefiori canes, within entwined garlands of orange and pink canes, on a black ground, 6.5cm diameter £50 - £80

646 646. St Louis, a large floral and millefiori wreath glass paperweight, the central five leaf flower with four multi cluster flowerheads, within a band of alternating petal and concentric cluster canes, on an amber ground, 8cm diameter £100 - £200

649 649. William Manson, a unique edition glass paperweight, 1998, 1 of 1, Our Lucy, Bot and Noel, depicting a black cat, bird house and moot, in a rusticated amber ground, engraved and signed, paper sicker, signed in cane WM, 8.5cm high £50 - £80

653. William Mansons for Caithness, a limited edition glass floral paperweight, Royal Flourish, 98 of 250, together with a John Deacon example with spiral design, 2001, 7.5cm diameter (2) £40 - £70 654. Paul Ysart, two millefiori glass paperweights, one with concentric orange wreaths within a multispiral bar border, the other with radiating helixical rods with four layers of canes between each, from a concentric ring centre, 7.5cm diameter (2) £50 - £80 655. Whitefriars, three millefiori glass paperweights, including two commemorative examples for the 1953 coronation and the 1977 Jubilee, two with lens cut windows, the other facet cut, with concentric ring decoration, 8.5cm diameter (3) £40 - £70

647 647. Clichy, two small patterned millefiori glass paperweights, each with a central cluster within multi cane wreath and border of alternating double and single canes, 4.5cm and 4cm diameter (2) £60 - £100

650

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656. Paul Ysart, two millefiori glass paperweights, one with scrambled irregular cane centre and radiating lattice rods, on a red ground, the other with radiating pairs of blue rods, Pirelli Glass label, 7.5cm diameter (2) £40 - £70

658. Perthshire, a Chequerboard glass paperweight, 1991C, modelled with picture canes within millefiori wreaths, in a white lace ground, separated by blue rods, signed with cane P1991, 7cm diameter £30 - £50

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657. Clichy, a close packed irregular millefiori piedouche glass paperweight, the random accumulation of canes within a blue and white striped basket, star cut base, 7cm diameter £80 - £120

659. Baccarat, a concentric millefiori glass paperweight, four bands of canes around a central close packed concentric cluster core, in green white red and blue, with star and spiral motifs, 6.5cm diameter £100 - £150

658 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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663 663. Louis Comfort Tiffany, a Favrile iridescent glass tazza, pedestal form with ogee ribbed bowl and undulating rim, crystalline fissured edge, on plain stem and splayed foot, original sticker label and signed 1838 LCTiffany Favrile, 12.5cm high £300 - £500

660 660. A rare 18th century novelty glass bottle maker’s candlestick, circa 1715, modelled after a brass Queen Anne candlestick design, the wine bottle green body of ring necked trumpet form with pincered hanging hook and simulated ejector button, 17cm high £2,000 - £3,000 661. A Stourbridge cut and etched glass jug, circa 1880, ovoid form, engraved with wildflowers and insects, hollow handle, on star cut foot, 26.5cm high £30 - £50 662. A Victorian Nailsea blue glass pipe, four knopped handle, opaque rim, 41cm long £70 - £100

664 664. Harry Powell for James Powell and Sons, a Whitefriars Arts and Crafts wine glass, circa 1900, in the Venetian style, the vertically optic moulded ogee bowl on a hollow knopped and conjoined strand wrythen stem, on a radially ribbed foot, 12cm high £40 - £60

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665 665. Steinschonau, a Bohemian flash cut enamelled glass dish, bowl and cover, circa 1900, slice cut with denticulated rims, alternating panels of blue, colourless and magenta, engraved with diaper and star motifs, star cut bases, 19.5cm diameter £40 - £70

668. Carl Schappel, Haida, a Bohemian Secessionist glass carafe, circa 1910, triple cased blue over white over colourless, double ogee mallet form, cut with geometric lens decoration, 21.5cm high £40 - £60

666. Koloman Moser for E Bakalowits and Sons, two Secessionist glass liqueur glasses, circa 1900, each with optic ribbed bowls, tinted in graduated blue and green, one on a slender stem, the other of squat proportions, 11.5cm high (2) £40 - £70 667. Koloman Moser for E Bakalowits and Sons, a harlequin set of eight Secessionist glass liqueur glasses, circa 1900, each with a different coloured and shaped optic ribbed bowl, on plain slender stems, graduated tinted colouring, 11.5cm high (8) Note: see the Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest, for examples of a number of these glasses £200 - £400

669 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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669. K K Fachschule fur Glasindustrie, Haida, for Karl Meltzer and Co., a Secessionist cased glass vase, circa 1914, waisted ogee beaker form, red over colourless, horizontally ribbed and vertically cut to the upper section, above a slice cut foot, 16.5cm high

672. Ysart, a Monart type glass vase, squat shouldered with flared neck, red pink marbled with green and aventurine included top, polished pontil, 22cm high £70 - £100

Note: similar examples produced by the Bohemian glass company of Carl Meltzer in Novy Bor (Haida), can be found in museum collections including the Corning Museum and MAK, Vienna £80 - £120

673. Jobling, three opalescent glass bowls, including two Fircone bowls and a scallop shell bowl, moulded registration marks, incised Joblings Opaque, 22cm diameter (3) £50 - £80 674. Verlys, a Canard Sauvage opalescent glass dish, circa 1930, frosted and polished, relief moulded with birds and fish, raised mark Verlys France, 35cm diameter £80 - £120

675 675. Gabriel Argy Rousseau, a pate de verre glass Moth paperweight, designed circa 1923, cuboid form, modelled in relief with two insects, marbled pink and purple, incuse moulded mark G Argy-Rousseau, 7cm high £100 - £200 670 670. Stevens and Williams, an Art Deco Royal Brierley cut glass vase, circa 1930, waisted trumpet form, cut with double cheque pattern of chevrons and lenses in vertical strips, 20.5cm high Note: similar to the work of Keith Murray, examples of this design are known to carry the Brierley acid mark £40 - £70

676. Sabino, an opalescent glass scent bottle, shouldered ovoid form, decorated with semi nude and garland clad women, pine cone stopper, incised mark Sabino Paris, 10cm high £80 - £120 677. Andre Hunnebelle for Choisy Le Roi, an opalescent glass bowl, circa 1930, polished and frosted starfish design, 23.5cm diameter £80 - £120

671. An Art Deco glass cruet set, in the style of Karl Plada, Bohemian circa 1925, black cased cut conical form (3) £40 - £60

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678. A pair of enamelled glass lemonade glasses, circa 1940, flared trumpet form, each hand painted with a different yacht, in full sail, between gilt bands, 14.5cm high (2) £30 - £50

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681. Miroslav Havel for Waterford, two Modernist cut glass vases, circa 1950s, one of squat conical form with vertical bands of random horizontal mitre cuts, the other footed with vertical strips of mitre cuts, acid marks to each, 18cm high (2) £30 - £50

685 679 679. Nils Landberg for Orrefors, a Modernist glass ‘Romeo and Julia’ decanter, square section engraved to opposing sides with Juliet on a balcony, Romeo serenading in the foreground, incised marks, of.N.1880.111.E.3.A.R Orrefors 2398.111, 31cm high £70 - £100

682 682. Irene Stevens for Webb Corbett, a Modernist cut glass vase, 1963, conical molar form, decorated with vertical bands of stylised leaves, triple and single mitre cuts, acid mark, 15cm high £30 - £50

685. Luigi Mandruzzato, a Sommerso triple cased glass vase, Murano circa 1970s, facet cut, two layers of yellow and amber within colourless body, 19.5cm high £30 - £50

686 686. Bertil Vallien for Kosta, a glass sculptural paperweight or candlestick, cuboid form, frosted intaglio face mask, signed 68525, 6.7cm high £40 - £70

680 680. Antonio and Guido Bon for Val St Lambert, a Modernist glass vase, circa 1950s, hexagonal section flared form, incised mark, 13cm high £40 - £60 683 683. Len Green for Webb Corbett, a Modernist cut glass vase, circa 1960s, footed trumpet form, decorated with vertical bands of stylised mitre cut leaves, acid mark, 20cm high £30 - £50 684. Josef Hospodka for Chribska, a Modernist Bohemian glass bowl, bobbled squat ovoid form with inverted rim, cranberry pink, cut and polished pontil base, 22.5cm long £30 - £50

681

687 687. Alexandre Vieira, a contemporary Studio Glass vessel, irregular bottle form with multi ribbon loop handles, marbled and mottled blue, signed Alex Vieira, 23cm high £20 - £40

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CONTINENTAL CERAMICS 688. A Delft faience blue and white dish, painted with Venus and Cupid within scroll and landscape border, based marked 1717, 46cm wide £40 - £60

697. A late 19th Century Vienna type cabinet plate, painted with a portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte, indistinctly signed, raised gilt Greek key and eagle head border on a deep blue reserve ground, blue beehive and Rosenthal marks, diameter 25cm £200 - £300

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698. A 20th Century Meissen pug dog, modelled seated wearing a pink collar £150 - £180

689. Delft charger, painted with windmill, swag border, 18th century, 30cm diameter £100 - £150 690. A pair of late 19th Century European hard paste figurines, circa 1880, modelled as a standing lady presenting a letter and a gentleman with a lantern, both with blue decoration a soft gilt detailing, shredded clay decoration to the plinths, incised No’s 2216, height 31cm (2) £150 - £200 691. An early 20th Century European hard paste miniature scent bottle, circa 1880, decorated in the Aesthetic Movement manner with a painted portrait of a Japanese Geisha wearing a robe, silver screw cover, maker A.B. Co, Birmingham 1904, height 5cm £80 - £120 699 692. A late 19th Century Vienna cabinet plate, painted with a portrait of Elizabeth List, indistinctly signed, raised gilt floral and Greek key border, blue beehive mark, diameter 24cm £250 - £350 693. An early 20th Century Rosenthal cabinet plate, painted with a portrait of a classically draped lady with a mallet, gilt scroll border, green printed mark, diameter 25cm £150 - £200

699. A Meissen porcelain plate, ogee bordered and lobed with four quatrelobed vignettes, painted with Romantic landscapes of figures in pastoral parklands, within a turquoise ground, underglaze blue marks and painted numbers, 25cm diameter £80 - £120

694. An early 20th Century Vienna cabinet plate, painted with Wysses and Venus, signed Knoullez, raised gilt panelled border, blue beehive and Made in Germany marks, diameter 24cm £200 - £250 695. A late 19th Century Vienna cabinet plate, painted with Countess Gower & Child, indistinctly signed, raised gilt border with classical urn roundels, blue beehive mark, diameter 24.5cm £200 - £300 696. A late 19th Century Vienna cabinet plate, painted with Cordelia kneeling at an altar, jewelled and raised gilt border on a deep blue reserve ground, blue beehive mark, diameter 24cm £200 - £300

700 700. A pair of Meissen figures of gardeners, 19th century, modelled as 18th century children, each tending to leafing stumps, on square bases, incised and underglaze blue marks, 10.5cm high (2) £100 - £150

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701. A Dresden cabinet plate, painted with pastoral courting figures within a reticulated and relief moulded foliate border painted with floral sprigs, painted marks, 22.5cm diameter. £20 - £40 702. An Art Nouveau terracotta wall bracket, modelled as a maiden's head, with sinuous trailing hair, in the Goldscheider style, 43cm wide, 35cm high £100 - £200 703. Royal Dux, pair of goatherds, male and female, impressed marks 1115 and 1116 respectively and pink triangle, 51cm high (2) £150 - £250

707. Longwy, an art pottery Cloisonné vase, twin handled moonflask form, painted in the Persian style with geometric star and foliate scroll vines, bands of ruyi heads, impressed marks, 30.5cm high £400 - £500 708. Longwy, an art pottery cloisonné charger, circular, enamelled with a central bird on prunus branch within ruyi head border and a turquoise ground of floral sprigs, the rim with lotus and ruyi heads, printed marks, 34cm diameter £50 - £80 709. Van Briggle Pottery, an Indian Head vase, circa 1920, modelled in relief with three Native American heads, on a spreading foot, Persian Rose and blue glaze, incised marks and AA Colorado Springs (Colo Spgs), 29cm high £50 - £80

704 704. Yrjo Liipola for Zsolnay, Repentance, a lustre sculptural figure, circa 1907, modelled as a reclining nude woman on a rock, iridescent red glaze, moulded mark and impressed number 7991, 14cm high £200 - £300 705. Zsolnay, Pecs, a miniature lustre vase, circa 1915, twin handled double gourd bottle form, painted with floral cartouches and motifs on a turquoise foliate scroll ground, highlighted in gilt, printed mark, 8cm high £100 - £200 706. A Longwy art pottery plate, decorated in the Aesthetic style with goose and flowering plant on craquelure ground, within a rosette and leaf cloisonné enamel border, printed marks, 19.5cm diameter £20 - £40

710 710. Charles Catteau for Boch Freres, a pair of Art Deco vases, circa 1925, bulbous double gourd form, painted with underglaze blue, green and yellow geometric design, printed and painted marks, D.1046, 16cm high (2) £150 - £250

711 711. Polonsky, a Soviet Russian, Polonne porcelain figure of a woman, circa 1960, hand painted and printed, modelled in a traditional costume, stitching a needlework sampler, printed mark, 24.5cm high £20 - £40

707

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712 712. Lomonosov, a Russian porcelain teapot and sugar bowl, circa 1960, rounded cuboid form, decorated with stylised roses, highlighted in gilt, 17.5cm high (2) £20 - £40 713. Michael Andersen, a set of four Danish pottery figures of the Seasons, circa 1940s, modelled as children in various poses, lustre and Persian glazed, incised marks, 5232-5235, 12.5cm high (4) £20 - £40 715 715. Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works, a unique Lustre Peacock vase and cover, 2007, baluster form with flat lid, multicoloured iridescent glazes, impressed marks and monogram, thrown by Chris Wright and painted by Theresa Blackmoor, numbered B111, 31.5cm high Provenance: Bonhams, London, 24th September 2008, lot 738 £700 - £900

714 714. Josef Lorenzl for Goldscheider, Captured Bird figure, designed circa 1925, model 6204, modelled as a dancer in butterfly wing costume, printed and incised marks, 832 31, 30cm high £600 - £800

716 716. Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works, a unique Phoenix vase, 2011, footed tapered beaker form, decorated with an Art Deco style woman and bird, impressed and painted marks, thrown by Rory McLeod and decorated by Heidi Warr, numbered B183, 37cm high Provenance: Bonhams, London, 21st September 2011, lot 353 £700 - £900

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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719

717. Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works, a large unique Poiret’s Deco Fashion vase, 2010, footed tapered beaker form, decorated with female figures in 1913 costume after illustrations by Georges Lepape, impressed and painted marks, thrown by Rory McLeod and decorated by Heidi Warr, numbered B175, 39cm high

719. Buchan Dennis for Dennis China Works, a large Metropolis unique bottle vase, 2011, bulbous form, decorated with geometric stacked blocks, impressed marks and monogram, thrown by Rory McLeod, decorated by Adam White, numbered B190, 38cm high

Provenance: Bonhams, London, 21st September 2010, lot 416 £700 - £900

Provenance: Bonhams, London, 21st September 2011, lot 366 £700 - £900

718 718. Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works, a large unique Butterfly Metamorphosing into a Leopard vase, 2009, shouldered form, impressed and painted marks, thrown by Rory McLeod and decorated by Heidi Warr, numbered B138, 35.5cm high Provenance: Bonhams, London, 23rd September 2009, lot 360 £700 - £900

720. Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works, Red Square sculptural group, 2009, modelled after St Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow, three graduated towers with removable onion domed lids, on a circular tray, painted in geometric patterns, impressed marks and monograms, thrown by Rory McLeod and painted by Heidi Warr, numbered B153, 39cm high Provenance: Bonhams, London, 23rd September 2009, lot 352 £1,500 - £2,000

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721. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a large Poppy floor vase, 1997, baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze green signature and date, 68.5cm high £400 - £600 722. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, a King Protea trial vase, 1998, open necked double gourd form, impressed marks, underglaze monogram and date, 39.5cm high £300 - £500

727 725 725. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a miniature Eighteenth Century vase, circa 1908, ogee chalice form, printed mark and underglaze green monogram, 7.5cm high £100 - £150

727. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Ware Cornflower Panel vase, circa 1902, shouldered inverse ogee baluster form, on white, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 13cm high £120 - £180 728. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Ware Poppy salad bowl and servers, circa 1900, squat shouldered form, printed marks and underglaze green monogram, 26cm diameter £200 - £400

723 723. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a miniature Blue Poppy vase, circa 1903, ogee chalice form, printed mark and underglaze green monogram, 7.5cm high £100 - £150

726 726. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, an Eighteenth Century vase, circa 1908, knopped and bulb based trumpet form, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 21.5cm high £120 - £180 724 724. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a miniature Blue Poppy vase, circa 1903, footed ovoid shouldered form, blue on blue, printed marks and underglaze green monogram, 7.5cm high £100 - £150

729 729. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Ware Dianthus vase, circa 1902, conical baluster form, blue on blue, printed marks and underglaze green monogram, 13.5cm high £150 - £250

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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730. William Moorcroft for James Macintyre, a Dog Rose and Poppy vase, circa 1902, shouldered gourd bottle form, blue on blue, printed mark and underglaze green monogram, 27cm high £150 - £250

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735. William Moorcroft for James Macintyre, a pair of Florian blue on blue hesperian lilac vases, inverse baluster form, circa 1902, signed, printed marks, height 20cm (2) £400 - £600

736 737. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Violet vase, circa 1903, waisted form with crimped rim, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 31.5cm high £900 - £1,200

736. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Cornflower vase, circa 1898, knop necked bulbous baluster form, printed mark and underglaze green monogram, 28.5cm high £300 - £400

731 731. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Pansy on white bowl, circa 1911, ovoid form with inverted rim, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 10.5cm high £200 - £400 732. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Iris vase, circa 1900, conical double gourd form, printed mark and underglaze green monogram, 25cm high £150 - £250 733. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Ware Cornflower vase, circa 1902, double gourd form, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 22cm high £200 - £400 738 734. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Poppy vase, circa 1899, pedestal inverse baluster form, blue on blue, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 32cm high £300 - £500

737

738. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Violet vase, circa 1903, waisted form with crimped rims, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 31.5cm high £600 - £800

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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739. William Moorcroft for Shreve and Co., San Francisco, a Claremont silver overlay jug, 1911, squat ovoid form, embellished with engraved floral motifs, impressed mark and underglaze green signature, dated, 13cm long £1,500 - £1,800

740

740. William Moorcroft for Shreve and Co., San Francisco, a Claremont three piece silver overlay tea set, circa 1905, squat baluster form, embellished with engraved floral and foliate design, the handles and spouts encased in silver, stamped marks and underglaze green signatures, 18cm high (3) £9,000 - £12,000

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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743

741. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Claremont vase, circa 1905, conical form, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 31cm high £600 - £800

743. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Moonlit Blue, Tudric pewter mounted ginger jar and cover, circa 1925, shouldered form, with planished collar and lid, impressed marks and underglaze teal monogram, 18cm high £200 - £400

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742. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Tudric Pewter mounted Pomegranate vase and cover, circa 1920, inverse baluster temple jar form, planished collar and lid, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 19.5cm high £450 - £550

744. William Moorcroft, an Eventide vase, circa 1925, ovoid form, impressed marks and underglaze teal monogram, 8cm high £500 - £700

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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747

745. William Moorcroft, a Claremont vase, circa 1928, inverse baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 16cm high £1,200 - £1,800

747. William Moorcroft, a Spanish vase, circa 1915, bulbous form with elongated neck, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 15.5cm high £500 - £700

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748

746. William Moorcroft, a Pansy on White vase, 1918, ovoid shouldered form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature and date, 15cm high £800 - £1,000

748. William Moorcroft, a Poppy and Forget me Not panel tea caddy, 1914, cylindrical shouldered form with domed lid, impressed Burslem marks, underglaze green signature and date, 15cm high £800 - £1,000

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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749. William Moorcroft, a Flambé Banded Fish tobacco jar and cover, circa 1935, squat barrel form, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze green signature, 16cm high £1,500 - £1,800

751. William Moorcroft, a Flambé Fish vase, circa 1935, shouldered form, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze blue monogram, 13.5cm high £2,000 - £2,500

752 752. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate bowl, circa 1915, rounded and footed, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 26cm diameter £120 - £180 750 750. William Moorcroft, a Big Poppy jardinière, circa 1925, footed rounded beaker form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 20cm high £400 - £500

753. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate plate, circa 1918, circular with everted rim, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green monogram, 22.5cm diameter, together with two modern dishes (3) £50 - £80

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754. William Moorcroft, a small Flambé Leaf and Berry vase, circa 1930, inverse baluster form, impressed marks and facsimile, 11cm high £50 - £80

757. William Moorcroft, a miniature Pomegranate on ochre vase, circa 1914, rounded cylindrical form, underglaze green monogram, 5.5cm high £80 - £120

755. William Moorcroft, a small Pomegranate vase, circa 1916, squat ovoid form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green monogram, 7cm high £50 - £80

758. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1932, footed ovoid barrel form, orange ochre ground, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze blue signature, 19cm high £800 - £1,200

756. William Moorcroft, a small Pomegranate vase, circa 1920, inverse baluster form, impressed marks, 10cm high £50 - £80

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759. William Moorcroft, a Waratah vase, circa 1932, footed ovoid barrel form, on orange ochre ground, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze blue monogram, 19.5cm high £3,000 - £5,000

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760. An Aesthetic Movement painted plate, circa 1880, decorated with a central cherubic child playing with an insect, within a floral and rattan border, pained marks and monogram JW, 28377, 23.5cm diameter £90 - £130 761. John Moyr Smith for Minton, a Waverley Novels tile, Bride of Lammermoor, sepia transfer printed, 20.5cm square £30 - £50 762. After Christopher Dresser for Minton, two Royal Doulton prototype vases, circa 1980s, copies of the Minton designs produced by Dresser circa 1870, one of U form, model 2695, the other conical bulbous form on three square section triangular feet, painted with Japonesque geometric and jewelled neck and roundels, 13.5cm high (2) £180 - £220 763. Christopher Dresser for Minton, a pair of Aesthetic Movement Pilgrim vases, 1870, flattened circular moonflask form with twin serpent or tadpole handles, enamelled and gilded with floral bouquets on a turquoise bleu celeste ground in the cloisonné style, impressed marks, 1348, 20cm high (2) £400 - £600 764 764. Christopher Dresser for Minton, an Aesthetic Movement cloisonné jug, circa 1870s, footed baluster form with quatrelobed neck and ogee arcaded handle in the Persian style, decorated in gilt on a red ground with foliate scrolls and geometric chevrons below a rosette studded neck, gilt mark for retailer Walbrook London, incised numbers, 24.5cm high £200 - £300 765. Christopher Dresser for Minton, an Aesthetic Movement jug and bowl, 1883, the jug of angled baluster form, decorated with red ground bands of pomegranate, prunus and Japanese flora, between green borders of Gothic trefoils and foliate scrolls, 20.5cm high (2) £200 - £300 765

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766. Christopher Dresser for Minton, a pair of Aesthetic Movement Chinoiserie amphora vases, circa 1861, shouldered egg shaped vessels within integrated Chinese ebonised and gilded stands, with scrolling bracket feet and lions mask handles, the turquoise bleu celeste bodies with gilt star studded decoration below Greek key borders, impressed date code, 20cm high (2) £300 - £500 767. Christopher Dresser for Minton, an Aesthetic Movement vase, 1870, flared cylindrical form on integrated Chinese bracket stand, enamelled with wildflowers on a turquoise bleu celeste ground in the cloisonné style, between lotus lappet and banded borders, impressed marks, 2011, 16.5cm high £150 - £250

769 769. Christopher Dresser for Minton, a pair of Kensington Gore Art Pottery Studio vases and covers, circa 1880, shouldered form on angled bracket feet, faience decorated with entwined foliate scroll tendrils, 30cm high (2) £400 - £600

768 768. Christopher Dresser for Minton, an Aesthetic Movement Cloisonné plate, 1870, the turquoise border with gilt lined and enamelled snowdrop and leaf motifs, impressed marks, 23.5cm diameter £50 - £80

770 770. Gustave Leonce and Christopher Dresser for Minton, a pair of Aesthetic Movement moonflask vases, 1878, circular form on angled bracket feet, transfer printed with frog and chicks on grey blue ground, highlighted in gilt, 17cm high (2) £250 - £350

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771. Christopher Dresser for Linthorpe, an art pottery mustard pot, circa 1880, cylindrical necked bulbous form, incised geometric bands, glazed in green, plated mounts and handle, impressed marks and facsimile signature, 306, 8cm high £80 - £120

772 772. Christopher Dresser for Ault, an Aesthetic Movement art pottery jug, circa 1885, moonflask form with conical neck and naturalistic bark handle, Aztec inspired relief moulded roundel of stylised leaves within beaded border, green on brown, moulded mark, 154, 15.5cm high £120 - £180

774 774. Christopher Dresser for Ault (attributed), an Aesthetic Movement slip decorated amphora floor vase in brass stand, circa 1890, yellow draining to green, decorated with sunflowers below a wave and rope border, the stand of S scroll and lions paw form, 81cm high £300 - £400

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773. Christopher Dresser for Ault, an Aesthetic Movement art pottery twin handled vase, circa 1883, footed ovoid form, relief moulded Chinese inspired geometric and lappet bands, two dogs head handles, glazed in green turquoise to brown, unmarked, 25cm high £200 - £300

775. Christopher Dresser for Watcombe, an art pottery jardinière, dimpled ovoid form with flared and crimped neck, green drip glazed, 19cm high, 23cm diameter £60 - £100

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778 778. William De Morgan, a lustre plate, deer among foliage, verso decorated with swirl spots and concentric circles, circa 1890, 23.5cm diameter £1,000 - £1,500 776 776. Christopher Dresser for Bretby, a silver mounted art pottery vase, circa 1884, shouldered form with French silver flared neck and beaded and gadrooned foot, marbled brown green glaze, impressed marks, 14.5cm high £40 - £70

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777. Frederick Rhead for Minton, a Majolica Byzantine Ware vase or jug, 1889, bulbous boat form, relief moulded with scrolling and knotted tendrils and shells, applied with gold leaf and green metallic flakes under the glaze, 22cm high £100 - £150

779. Charles Collis and Liza Wilkins for Della Robbia, a twin handled art pottery vase, ovoid amphora form, sgraffito decorated with stylised tulips, incised marks, 846, 30.5cm high £800 - £1,200

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780. John Fogo (attributed) for Della Robbia, an art pottery tazza and another, sgraffito decorated with leaves, in terracotta on a green ground, incised marks, F, the other plain turquoise glazed, 21cm diameter (2) £100 - £200

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781. Jessie Sinclair for Della Robbia, an art pottery vase, waisted albarello form, slip decorated with vignettes of hearts and diamonds between Gothic trefoil motifs, between lappets, incised and painted marks, JS AD, 21cm high £100 - £200

783. Thomas Wren for Compton Pottery, a figure of Madonna and Child, cold painted, modelled with lily, on square pedestal base, moulded Art Potters Guild mark, 24.5cm high £100 - £200

782 782. George Cartlidge for S Hancock and Son, a Morrisware vase, ogee gourd form, decorated with purple cornflowers or thistles on turquoise, underglaze green signature, 16cm high £50 - £80

784 784. Edwin Martin for Martin Brothers, a stoneware coffee pot, 1886, rounded conical form with crumpled spout and knopped handle, sgraffito decorated with orchids, incised marks, RW Martin 3.1886, Southall Pottery Middx, 23cm high £300 - £500

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785. Edwin Martin for Martin Brothers, an earthenware aquatic jug, circa 1885, conical form with tricorn lipped rim, sgraffito decorated with sea creatures and urchins, green and brown glaze, incised marks B, Martin Bros, London & Southall, 20cm high £1,800 - £2,000

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786. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a stoneware figural pawn chess piece, 1920, modelled as the bust of a soldier with classical helmet, on square section waisted plinth, incised marks, RW Martin, Southall 1920, 8cm high £1,000 - £1,500 787. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a salt glazed stoneware figural pawn chess piece, 1901, modelled as the bust of a soldier with helmet, on square section waisted plinth, incised marks, Martin Bros, R W M Sc, London & Southall, 6.1901, 9cm high £1,000 - £1,500 788. Walter Martin for Martin Brothers, a small stoneware vase, circa 1900, footed slender baluster form with fluted lower section, incised marks Martin London, 11.5cm high £80 - £120

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787

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789. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a four handled stoneware aquatic vase, 1892, shouldered bulbous form, relief moulded and carved with grotesque and characterful fish, molluscs and seaweed, blue ground, with milled rim, incised marks 11.1892, Martin Brothers London + Southall, 30.5cm high £15,000 - £20,000

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790. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a stoneware characterful bird jar and cover, 1891, modelled as a monk with bald head, bushy eyebrows and opposing sideways looking eyes, the broad beak slightly ajar, his talons crossed, saltglazed in browns and mottled blue, speckled breast and striped tail feathers, incised marks to the base Martin Bros, London + Southall, to the head RW Martin + Bros 11891, London + Southall, 31cm high £40,000 - £60,000

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791. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a stoneware sculptural bird jar and cover, 1893, modelled as a characterful figure, of slender form, with tilted head, eyes partly closed, front talons crossed, glazed in teal and browns, incised marks to base Martin Bros, London + Southall, 9-1893, 29cm high £12,000 - £16,000

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792. Florrie Jones for Royal Doulton, a pair of stoneware vases, bulbous form, decorated with Secessionist style geometric ogee motifs in green, blue and brown, impressed and incised marks, 26cm high (2) £40 - £60 792A. Esther Lewis for Doulton Lambeth, a faience painted plaque, On the Mountains, decorated with a log cabin on hillside landscape, monogram, signed and titled verso, 26cm diameter £100 - £200

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793 793. A Doulton Lambeth stoneware and pressed glass Isobath inkwell, circa 1890, geometric applique bands and moulded dome lid, impressed marks, 17cm diameter £250 - £300

796. Florence and Lucy Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware vase, 1883, footed conical shouldered form, decorated with a band of pate sur pate flamingos between sgraffito foliate and lappet borders, impressed and incised marks, 29.5cm high £600 - £800

794. A Royal Doulton stoneware pitcher, circa 1900, pewter cover, the ribbed body with sprigged forget-me-nots, impressed marks and No.4309, height 19cm £50 - £80

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797

795. Frank Butler for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware tyg, cylindrical form, carved and beaded with geometric panels of stylised leaves, silver plated mount, incised and impressed marks, 17cm high £120 - £180

797. Florence Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware vase, shouldered ovoid and footed form, decorated with a central cartouche of pate sur pate cockatoo, on textured ground with slip glazed foliage, Art Nouveau style tendril border, impressed and incised marks, 30cm high £400 - £600

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799. Florence Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a figural bird vase group, modelled in relief as a blue glazed vase surrounded by three ducklings, on rusticated ground, oval base, signed with monogram, impressed Doulton Silicon mark, 13cm high £1,000 - £1,500 800. Hannah Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware jug, conical baluster form, sgraffito decorated with a squirrel and oak branches, below a leaf lappet neck, impressed mark, 17.5cm high £100 - £200 801. George Tinworth for Doulton Burslem, a mouse porcelain chess piece, black king, modelled holding an orb and sceptre and sitting on a throne, on turned cylindrical plinth, incised monogram, 11cm high £200 - £300 802. George Tinworth for Doulton, a mouse chess piece, black rook, modelled holding a trumpet on top of a castle turret, with further mouse imprisoned within, with bead eyes, on a turned cylindrical plinth, impressed mark, 9cm high £200 - £300 803. George Tinworth for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware mouse chess piece, 1884, white knight, salt glazed, modelled holding a sword and flag, perched on a tuffet, impressed marks, 8.5cm high £200 - £300 804. George Tinworth for Doulton, a mouse chess piece, black king, modelled holding an orb and sceptre and sitting on a throne, bead eyes, on turned cylindrical plinth, impressed mark, incised monogram, 11cm high £200 - £300

798 798. Florence Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware vase, slender inverse baluster form, decorated with three quatrelobed panels of pate sur pate budgerigars, within a slip decorated rustic ground with bamboo foliage, impressed marks and incised monogram, 31cm high £400 - £600

805. George Tinworth for Doulton, a mouse chess piece, red knight, modelled holding a flag and sword, with bead eyes, on a turned cylindrical plinth, impressed mark, 8cm high £200 - £300 806. George Tinworth for Doulton, a mouse chess piece, red queen, modelled holding a book and sitting on a throne, bead eyes, on turned cylindrical plinth, impressed mark, incised monogram, 10cm high £200 - £300

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807. George Tinworth for Doulton, a mouse chess piece, red rook, modelled holding a trumpet on top of a castle turret, with further mouse imprisoned within, with bead eyes, on a turned cylindrical plinth, impressed mark, 9cm high £200 - £300 808. George Tinworth for Doulton, a mouse chess piece, red bishop, modelled holding a crozier. with bead eyes, on a turned cylindrical plinth, impressed mark, 8cm high £200 - £300 809. George Tinworth for Doulton, a mouse chess piece, red king, modelled holding an orb and sceptre and sitting on a throne, bead eyes, on turned cylindrical plinth, impressed mark, incised monogram, 11cm high £200 - £300

813 813. A collection of Royal Doulton and Bernard Moore animal figures, including Chinese Jade type monkey, three ducks and two dogs, 8.5cm high (6) £180 - £220

814 814. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, an experimental Flambé glazed figure group of cats, marbled green blue and yellow, with red, printed Flambé mark, 7cm high £150 - £250

815 815. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, three experimental glazed vessels, including Titanian bowl and vase with gold leaf and flambé included Chang type glazes, and a Sung type crystalline vase, printed marks and painted Museum collection numbers, 10cm high (3) £350 - £500

810 810. Gilbert Bayes for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware washing post finial, circa 1937, modelled in high relief as a sailing boat in full sail with oars, on stylised wave pedestal fixing, 44cm high £2,000 - £2,500 811. Fred Moore for Royal Doulton, a Flambé libation cup, relief moulded ogee trumpet form with prunus blossom on an integrated pierced foot, 7.5cm high £80 - £120 812. Harry Allen for Royal Doulton, a Titanian Young Mavis bowl, rounded form, painted with a bird on prunus branch, printed and painted marks, signed, 17.5cm diameter £100 - £200 816

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816. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, an experimental Chang vase, shouldered moonflask form, white craquelure lava glaze over black, Flambé marks and Museum number, 15.5cm high £200 - £300 817. Three Royal Doulton vessels, including Flambé Meiping vase, experimental octagonal section pedestal bowl and cover and a twin handled Blue Children vase, museum number to the bowl, 15.5cm high (3) £120 - £180 818. Pilkington, two Royal Lancastrian fruit peel glazed vases, circa 1920s, bulbous gourd and squat bottle forms, matte blue, one relief moulded with a band of ogee scales, impressed marks, 2598, 2820, 17cm high (2) £40 - £60

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819. Pilkington, three Royal Lancastrian orange vermilion vases, circa 1920s, shouldered, baluster and octagonal section shouldered forms, impressed marks, 2763, 2767, 13.5cm high (3) £40 - £70 820. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian orange vermilion vase, 1911, ovoid form, impressed marks, 2512, 11cm high £30 - £50 821. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian curdled vase, circa 1925, footed and shouldered conical form, green turquoise, impressed marks, 2624, 10cm high £30 - £50

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826

823. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian opalescent serpentine veined vase, 1907, square section shouldered form, feathered turquoise bands with crystalline spots, on terracotta ground, impressed marks, 17cm high £50 - £80

826. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian curdle glazed vase, 1912, baluster bottle form, marbled matt ochre and green glaze, impressed marks, 2150, 17cm high £30 - £50

824. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian curdled orange vermilion vase, 1911, narrow necked bulbous form, impressed marks, 2498, 15cm high £30 - £50

822 822. Pilkington, a small Royal Lancastrian transmutation glazed vase, 1909, ovoid baluster form, green turquoise, impressed marks, 11cm high £30 - £50

825. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian curdled opalescent glazed vase, circa 1920, straight necked baluster form, mottled orange over red, impressed marks, 2618, 16cm high £30 - £50

827 827. Gladys Rodgers for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian veined orange vermilion bowl, circa 1920s, rounded with everted rim, impressed mark and painted monogram, 10.5cm diameter £30 - £50

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828. David Evans for Pilkington, a limited edition Royal Lancastrian figure of Boy on Faun, circa 1936, grey cream matt glaze, impressed marks, number 16 of 30, 26cm high £150 - £250

836. Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a Spring Crocus jug, circa 1940, ogee form, Clarice mark, 7.5cm high £20 - £40

829. Gladys Rodgers for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian painted vase, circa 1935, squat baluster form, decorated with stylised leaf and berry motif in blue and green on a matte grey ground, impressed marks and monogram, 2651, 9cm high £30 - £50 830. Edward T Radford and William S Mycock for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian lustre vase, 1929, ribbed ovoid form, painted with a band of stylised daisies on foliate vine, on yellow cream ground, incised, impressed and painted marks, 23.5cm high £80 - £120 831. Gordon Forsyth for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian lustre twin handled tazza, 1913, Kylix form, painted with a Classical figure holding a lyre, on a klismos chair, within red and copper banding, green banded to the underside, painted and impressed marks, 2219, 30cm wide, 13cm high Note: illustrated in Corbett, A & B, 2016, Pilkington’s Lancastrian and Royal Lancastrian Pottery, A Guide for Collectors, p.125 £150 - £250 832. Annie Burton for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian lustre vase, 1913, conical shouldered bottle form, painted with feathered leafy flowers, impressed and painted marks, 17cm high Provenance: Richard Dennis Pilkington’s Pottery exhibition 1980, number 38; illustrated in Cross, A J, 1980, Pilkington’s Royal Lancastrian Pottery, p.70, pl.115 £200 - £400

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833 833. Clarice Cliff, a Hydrangea Bonjour sugar sifter, circa 1933, Bizarre mark, 13cm high £70 - £100

837. Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, a Cafe au Lait Red Tulip bowl, circa 1931, Bizarre mark, 30.5cm diameter £120 - £180

838 834 834. Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, a Rhodanthe bowl, shape 633, circa 1934, ribbed with Delicia interior, 24cm diameter £80 - £120 835. Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, a Blue Japan dish, circa 1933, navette for with stepped fin handles, Bizarre marks, 32.5cm long £200 - £300

838. Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a Sliced Fruit bowl, circa 1930, Bizarre mark, 16.5cm diameter £80 - £120 839. Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a Coral Firs Lynton milk jug, circa 1933, Bizarre marks, 9.5cm long £30 - £50

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842. Eric Ravilious for Wedgwood, three Persephone plates, circa 1953, including oval platter and two dessert plates, 37cm long, plates 21cm diameter (3) £40 - £70 843. John Skeaping for Wedgwood, two figures of deer, Duiker Standing and seated Duiker, designed circa 1927, white glazed creamware, printed marks circa 2000, 20.5cm high (2) £50 - £100

840 840. Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a Delicia three division toast rack, with fish fin handles, Bizarre marks, 15.5cm long £60 - £100

846 846. Mabel Lucie Attwell for Shelley, two Boo Boo Pixie figures, one modelled watering flowers, the other sitting on a dog, apparently unmarked, 8.5cm high (2) £100 - £150

844 844. Carlton ware charger, Art Deco deer among flora and fauna, painted enamelled and gilt decoration, circa 1930, 32cm diameter £50 - £80

841 841. Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a Branch and Squares plate, circa 1930, Bizarre mark, 17.5cm diameter £60 - £100

845. George Cartlidge for S Hancock and Son, three Morrisware items, including two twin handled vases of bell form and a chamberstick, matte glazed and sponge decorated in blues and purples, printed marks, 23.5cm high (3) £100 - £150

847 847. A Poole pottery plaque of Henry VIII, after the Holbein portrait, glazed in Delphis colours, 30.5cm x 21.5cm £80 - £120 848. Stella Crofts, an art pottery figure, modelled as a child on a donkey, with baskets of fruit and vegetables, incised marks, 19cm high £200 - £300

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848

849. William Staite Murray, a studio pottery box and cover, circular drum form, tenmoku glazed, the lid with quartered segments of stylised foliate motifs, impressed potters seal mark, 8.5cm diameter £50 - £80

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850 850. Jonathan Chiswell Jones, a lustre pottery charger, painted with a song thrush and blossom, in silver on an iridescent powdered blue ground, signed and numbered 8221, 35cm diameter £250 - £350

852 852. Jonathan Chiswell Jones, a lustre pottery vase, shouldered ovoid form, painted in copper and silver with fish in an iridescent teal aquatic ground, signed and numbered 8100, 27.5m high £350 - £450

851 851. Jonathan Chiswell Jones, a lustre pottery charger, painted in silver and copper with dandelions and Herb Robert in the Persian style on an iridescent teal ground, signed and numbered 8288, 35cm diameter £250 - £350 853 853. Jonathan Chiswell Jones, a lustre pottery charger, painted with three dragons in silver and red, within an arcaded and beaded border, on an iridescent purple ground, signed and numbered 8307, 39cm diameter £350 - £450

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854. Jonathan Chiswell Jones, a large lustre pottery vase, ovoid form with elongated knopped and flared neck, painted with carnations and dragonflies below a lappet neck, silver and red on iridescent purple ground, signed and numbered 8302, 45cm high £500 - £800

856. † David Burnham Smith, Bisbee Vase, a modelled porcelain figural vase depicting a female face emerging from a woodland setting, hand painted in green, blue, yellow and orange, enhanced with applied beading, artist monogram to base ‘completed Feb 2008’, 30.5cm high £600 - £800

855. † David Burnham Smith, Ice Man, a modelled porcelain three dimensional sculpture, fashioned as a bisque fired head encased within three detachable glazed blocks, incised artist monogram, 29cm high Provenance: Richard Dennis Exhibition, May 1998, number 14 £1,000 - £1,500

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858 858. Stefan Nowacki for Lynton, a teal ground painted and jewelled coffee can and saucer, the central rectangular panel decorated with a Dutch port scene of boats and ships, within jewelled and gilt ermine ground and raised beaded borders, signed and printed marks £200 - £300

857 857. Stefan Nowacki for Lynton, a yellow ground painted and jewelled chocolate cup, cover and saucer, the central roundel decorated with a still life of fallen fruit, within a raised gilt foliate wrath, star jewelled ground and open tendril handles, printed marks £250 - £350

859 859. Stefan Nowacki for Lynton, a yellow ground painted and jewelled coffee can and saucer, the central rectangular panel decorated with a Dutch shipping scene with sailing and rowing boats on a rough sea, within jewelled and gilt ermine ground and raised beaded borders, signed and printed marks £200 - £300

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860. John Bell for Minton, a white and gilded Parian pawn chess piece, circa 1851, modelled as an armoured putti, incised marks, 6.5cm high £200 - £300

860E. John Bell for Minton, a green and gilded Parian pawn chess piece, circa 1851, modelled as an armoured putti with bow, incised marks, 6.5cm high £200 - £300

860A. John Bell for Minton, a white and gilded Parian pawn chess piece, circa 1851, modelled as an armoured putti, incised marks, 6.5cm high £200 - £300

860F. John Bell for Minton, a series of six blue Parian chess pieces, circa 1851, modelled as one bishop, two knights and three pawns, incised marks, height of largest 8.5cm (6) £300 - £400

860B. John Bell for Minton, a white and gilded Parian rook chess piece, circa 1851, modelled as triple putti with interlinked arms, incised marks, 9cm high £300 - £400

860G. John Bell for Minton, a series of five white Parian chess pieces, circa 1851, modelled as armoured pawns, one with a shield, four with bows, incised marks, 65cm high (5) £200 - £300

860C. John Bell for Minton, a green and gilded Parian pawn chess piece, circa 1851, modelled as an armoured putti with bow, incised marks, 6.5cm high £200 - £300

861. Albion Birks for Minton, a pate sur pate vase, shouldered form, decorated with Venus and Cupid practicing archery, the reverse with instruments of war below ribbons and ivy, raised gilt foliate wreath to the shoulder, on teal ground, signed, 20cm high £3,000 - £5,000

860D. John Bell for Minton, a green and gilded Parian pawn chess piece, circa 1851, modelled as an armoured putti with bow, incised marks, 6.5cm high £200 - £300

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866. Christian Henk for Minton, a painted plaque, after Edwin Landseer’s painting Collie Dogs or Sheepdogs Resting, in sepia tones, signed, 39.5cm diameter £100 - £200 867. William Henry Rayworth (Royal Crown Derby porcelain artist, British, 1820-1905), still life of roses, arched top, signed l.r., 22 by 16cm, together with a pair of still life studies of fruit on marble slabs, signed l.r., 10 by 15cm, all on opaque glass in gilt frames (3) £60 - £100 868. A pair of Royal Crown Derby Old Imari 1128 table lamps, octagonal section lidded temple jar form, brass fittings, 32cm high (2) £200 - £300 862 862. James Skerrett, a large fruit painted tureen and cover, in the Royal Worcester style, ogee form, with relief moulded scallop handles and bud finial, signed, 38cm long £200 - £400 863. A collection of Coalport fruit painted dessert plates and dishes, including twin handled and scalloped, signed by various artists, Noman Lear, Richard Budd, Peter Gosling and Bruce Higham, 24.5cm (5) £200 - £300 864. A collection of fruit painted porcelain, by various Worcester artists including James Skerrett, Bryan Cox etc., including pedestal comport, plates, bowl and pair of covered vases (6) £200 - £300

869. A Royal Crown Derby dessert service, painted with rose garlands and sprays within raised gilt floral arcaded and cobalt border, including comports, tazzas, plates and dishes, 23cm diameter £200 - £400 870. Albert Gregory and George Darlington for Royal Crown Derby, a Judge Gary dinner service plate, circa 1909, three panels of hanging floral baskets within heavily tooled and raised gilt foliate cartouches, between acanthus scrolls and festoons on a cobalt blue ground, the inner border in turquoise with laurel husk garlands and arcading, the outer rim with serpentine beading, gilt marks Tiffany and Co., Royal coat of arms, signed by the gilder and painter, 26cm diameter Note: commissioned by Tiffany and Co. of New York for one of its clients, Judge Elbert H Gary, founder of the United States Steel Corporation, the plate forms part of the 566 piece Gold Service. Other examples for the service appear in the Victoria and Albert Museum £800 - £1,200

865 865. Emile Lessore for Minton, a painted tazza, 1862, pedestal form, decorated with 17th century courting couples and minstrels in a wooded landscape, within ribbon and forget me not border, printed ermine mark, 37cm diameter £500 - £800

871 871. Ricketts for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted part tea set, 1923, including six teacups and four saucers, each decorated to the interiors with fallen fruits and flowers, the cups gilded to the exterior, puce H G Stephenson, Manchester retailers marks (10) £1,000 - £1,500

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877 872 872. Horace Price for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted dish, twin handled square form, decorated with peaches and grapes, within a gadrooned serpentine border and twin handles, black mark, 28.5cm long £500 - £800

877. Richard Sebright for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted pedestal comport, 1941, decorated with plums and cherries within a serpentine gadrooned and gilded rim, the splayed foot similarly painted, puce marks, 22.5cm diameter, 13.5cm high £600 - £800

873. P Love for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted dish, 1956, oval form, decorated with apples and blackberries, within a gilt ribbon border, black mark, 18.5cm long £120 - £180 874. P Love for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted dish, 1956, oval form, decorated with pears and gooseberries, within a gilt ribbon border, black mark, 18.5cm long £120 - £180 875. John Freeman for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted dish, 1959, oval form, decorated with peaches and cherries, within a gilt ribbon border, black mark, 18.5cm long £200 - £300

878 878. Kitty Blake for Royal Worcester, a bramble painted coffee set, 1929, decorated with leaves, blackberries and blossom, the six cups with gilt interiors, puce marks, in a fitted T W Long, Cardiff, retailer box (12) £400 - £600

876 876. Richard Sebright for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted pedestal comport, 1941, decorated with pears and plums within a serpentine gadrooned and gilded rim, the splayed foot similarly painted, puce marks, 22.5cm diameter, 13.5cm high £600 - £800

879. A Royal Worcester fruit painted cabinet tea plate, date cypher for 1938, painted with peaches and raspberries, signed A. Schuck, diameter 16cm £50 - £80 880. A Royal Worcester Patent Metallic vase, shouldered form, relief moulded knotted and tasselled cloth neck and shoulder, decorated with gilt passion flowers, green and puce marks, 29.5cm high £60 - £80

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886 881 881. R Austin for Royal Worcester, a pair of rose painted potpourri vases and covers, squat spherical form with blush green reticulated collars and lids, on three lions paw and acanthus feet, signed, green marks, 19cm high (2) £200 - £300

886. E Spilsbury and H Martin for Royal Worcester, a pair of rose painted vases and a twin handled boat form dish, the vases of spherical form with relief moulded cartouches and bead knopped necks, the bowl with ogee rim and foliate C scroll handles on a feathered four bracket foot, 30cm long (3) £200 - £300 887. A collection of Royal Worcester rose painted ware, various artists including Spilsbury, Fildes, Lander etc., twin handled vase and cover, dish and jardinière, 20cm high (5) £150 - £250 888. Kitty Blake for Royal Worcester, footed bowl painted with herbaceous garden flowers, signed and dated 1931 20cm diameter, £40 - £60 889. A pair of Royal Worcester painted pedestal vases, baluster form, decorated with daisies to an ivory ground, shape No 1727 11cm high; and a Royal Worcester twin handled pot and cover, painted flowers to a blush ivory ground, shape No 165, 16cm high (3) £30 - £50

882 882. E Townsend for Royal Worcester, a painted cabinet plate, square form, the central image of two teal ducks within a heavily tooled gilt border of foliate scrolls and lappets, gilt mark, 23.5cm square £100 - £200

890. A pair of Royal Worcester Prismatic Enamel vases, baluster footed form decorated with flowers to a puce ivory ground, shape No. 1727, 11cm high; a pair of Royal Worcester blush ivory twin handled pedestal vases, shape No. 1481, 14cm high, and a similar twin handled bowl, ovoid footed form, 10cm high (5) £40 - £60 891. A pair of Royal Worcester pot pourri vases and covers, ovoid footed form, moulded shot gilt decoration reserving four rose painted panels, reticulated lid with flower bud finial, shape Nol. 171 20.5cm high, a similar vases and cover, elongated ovoid form with moulded classical arcaded decoration, shape No. 169, and two other rose painted vases. (5) £150 - £250 892. A Royal Worcester jardinière, circular footed form, moulded gilt decoration reserving four rose painted panels, reticulated flared rim, shape No. F118, 15.5cm high; together with a Royal Worcester rose painted bowl. moulded floral border, shape No.246 , 24cm diameter (2) £40 - £60

883 883. Five Royal Worcester rose painted vases, early 20th century, including a pair of waisted spill vases, two with reticulated rims and one twin handed pedestal bottle form, puce and green marks, 16cm high (5) £120 - £180 884. A collection of Royal Worcester rose painted vessels, early 20th century, including a pair of bulbous ewers, arcaded jardinière, bottle vase and twin handled ovoid vase, 11cm high (5) £120 - £180 885. F J Bray et al for Royal Worcester, two pairs of rose painted vases, including a pair of arcaded jardinières, signed, and two reticulated shoulder bottle vases, with crimped necks, 19cm high (4) £200 - £300

893. A Royal Worcester Empress pattern blush ivory part dessert service, shape 1426, relief moulded Rococo foliate scroll and pierced trellis scallop form, painted with flowers, highlighted in gilt, including five plates and pedestal comport, 21.5cm diameter (6) £300 - £500 894. A Royal Worcester Empress pattern blush ivory part dessert service, shape 1426, relief moulded Rococo foliate scroll and pierced trellis scallop form, painted with flowers, highlighted in gilt, including two plates, two low footed comports and pedestal comport, 21.5cm diameter (5) £200 - £300 895. R. Rushton for Royal Worcester, a scene painted baluster vase, Little Comberton, printed marks, 25cm high £150 - £250

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896. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, a large Patent Metallic figure of a water carrier, 1884, modelled in Middle Eastern costume holding an amphora, highlighted in gilt, green mark, 49cm high £150 - £200

897 897. A Royal Worcester netsuke figure, modelled as a coiled rat, turquoise glazed, printed mark, 5cm long £50 - £80 898. H Everest for Royal Worcester, a blossom painted part tea set, 1933, spherical teapot with blue, ground and pink flowers, tea cups, jug, bow and saucers, 16cm long £100 - £200 899. A pair of Royal Worcester cabinet plates decorated with birds and chicks in the Aesthetic manner (2) £80 - £120

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900. Two Royal Worcester rose painted dishes, together with two others, one signed M Hunt, another with a marine scene with yacht, 10cm diameter (4) £20 - £40

908. Harry Davis for Royal Worcester, a large scene painted vase, 1913, footed bucket form, the two oval vignettes of Romantic landscapes in the Lorrain style, on a blue and gilt sprigged ground, relief moulded husk pilasters below a fluted pellet frieze, on gadrooned foot, signed, puce marks, 24.5cm high £1,200 - £1,800

901. A Worcester polychrome chestnut basket, cover and stand, circa 1770, pierced and applied with flowers, branch handles, width 22cm £200 - £300

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902. A Royal Worcester pedestal vase and cover, squat baluster twin handled form on knopped stem and stepped chamfered base, decorated with roses and rose buds within a scrolling gilt cartouche to an apple green ground, blue glazed twin foliate scroll handles and similar glazed pedestal with turquoise lappet detail, blue stamp mark, shape No. 1958, dated 1897, 21.5cm high £150 - £250 903. A Royal Worcester Stratford Memorial Theatre painted plate, 1913, puce marks, 26cm diameter £50 - £80 904. A Pair Hadley’s Worcester painted reticulated cabinet plates, circa 1900, decorated with cherries and pears, within an arcaded gilded border and ivory ground, relief moulded petalled borders with fleur-de-lys and foliate detail, 22cm diameter (2) £100 - £200 905. A Hadley’s Worcester Aesthetic vase, teardrop form, circa 1900, sepia monochrome painted decoration depicting bird and insects amongst flowering rose branches, within stylised foliate and scroll borders, puce mark, 21cm high £60 - £100 906. Ernest Barker for Royal Worcester twin handled blush ivory pedestal vase, inverse baluster form, painted with a Bullfinch and autumnal foliage and flowers, puce marks, shape No 2409, circa 1905, 23cm high £100 - £200

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907. A Royal Worcester vase, teardrop form, painted in the manner of Kitty Blake with blackberries and autumnal leaves, relief moulded reeded neck with scrolling collar and green stamped marks, circa 1905, shape No F103, 21cm high £100 - £150

910. Harry George Theaker for Doulton Burslem, a painted porcelain vase, inverse baluster form with sinuous foot and foliate wave rim, in the Art Nouveau style, decorated with a woman in hat, resting on a gate, between tooled and raised gilt borders, signed H G Theaker, 27.5cm high £200 - £300

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911. J Birbeck Senior for Royal Doulton, a set of six fish painted dessert plates, each decorated with a different named specimen in aquatic ground, within a tooled gilt rim, gilt footrim and retail marks for Davis Collamore, 5th Avenue, New York, 22.5cm diameter (6) £200 - £400

916. A Royal Doulton prototype survey figure, The Viking, circa 1970s, polychrome glaze, printed mark, 23cm high £200 - £300

912. Charles Dana Gibson for Royal Doulton, five blue and white Gibson Girl plates, circa 1902, transfer printed with portrait busts within art Nouveau style ribbon and heart borders, 23.5cm diameter (5) £50 - £80

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913 913. Barbara Vernon for Royal Doulton, a Bunnykins figural pepper pot, modelled as mother Bunnykins, in red skirt ad blue blouse, pierced holes to the head, printed and incised mark 8314, 7cm high £600 - £800 914. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, two monkeys figure group with underglaze transfer Celtic knot to the back, printed mark, 7cm high £100 - £200 915. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a pair of Kingsware vases, modelled with a monastic building at dusk, a figure resting against a sundial, silver rims London 1906, 23cm high (2) £100 - £200

917. Charles Vyse for Royal Doulton, a prototype colourway figure Darling, HN1, circa 1937, modelled in pink night gown, painted and printed marks Survey, 20cm high, together with Blue Beard, HN2105 and This Little Pig HN1793 (3) £180 - £220 918. A Royal Doulton self pouring teapot, circa 1890s, blue and white transfer printed decoration £40 - £60 919. A John Voyez copy of a John Flaxman Wedgwood chess piece, a green Jasperware chessman, designed 1783, king, modelled with a cowering child, impressed pseudo mark 'Wadgwood', 10.5cm high. Note: Voyez was a French modeller for Wedgwood. He was sent to prison in 1769 for stealing models and moulds from Wedgwood. It is thought that this is example is the only known survivor of one of his Flaxman imitations. £600 - £700

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919 920. John Flaxman for Wedgwood, a green Jasperware chessman, designed 1783, modelled as a classically draped queen, impressed mark, 8cm high £300 - £400

921C. John Flaxman for Wedgwood, a cream jasper ware chess piece, designed circa 1783, modelled as a pawn, impressed mark, height 6.5cm.

920A. John Flaxman for Wedgwood, a jasper dip chess piece, designed circa 1783, modelled as a knight, white with a blue circular base, impressed and incised marks, height 7cm £300 - £400

Provenance: Raynes Collection

920B. John Flaxman for Wedgwood, a cream jasper ware chess piece, designed circa 1783, modelled as a rook, height 7.5cm £300 - £400 920C. John Flaxman for Wedgwood, a cream jasper ware chess piece, designed circa 1783, modelled as a classically draped queen, impressed mark, height 9cm. Provenance: Polikoff and Raynes Collections

£300 - £400

921. John Flaxman for Wedgwood, a cream and blue jasper ware chess piece, designed circa 1783, modelled as a queen, height 8cm. Provenance: Rose-Ellis and Raynes Collections

£300 - £400

£300 - £400

921D. John Flaxman for Wedgwood, a cream and blue jasper ware chess piece, designed circa 1783, modelled as a pawn, impressed marks, height 6.5cm. Provenance: Raynes Collection

£300 - £400

921E. John Flaxman for Wedgwood, a cream and blue jasper ware chess piece, designed circa 1783, modelled as a pawn, impressed marks, height 6.5cm) £300 - £400 921F. John Flaxman for Wedgwood, a cream and blue jasper ware chess piece, designed circa 1783, modelled as a queen, height 8cm. Provenance: Rose-Ellis and Raynes Collections

921A. John Flaxman for Wedgwood, a cream jasper ware chess piece, designed circa 1783, modelled as a rook with blue plinth, height 7cm. Provenance: Rose-Ellis and Raynes Collectionshigh (2) £300 - £400

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922. John Flaxman for Wedgwood, a porcelain chess piece, designed circa 1783, modelled as a knight, white glazed on a blue pedestal base, highlighted in gilt, printed marks, 8cm high £300 - £400

928. Staffordshire figure of a ewe bocage, a pearlware figure of two sheep and a figure of a woman with a yellow bonnet, circa 1820,15.5cm tallest high. (3) £80 - £120

922A. John Flaxman for Wedgwood, a porcelain chess piece, designed circa 1783, modelled as a bishop, white glazed on a pink pedestal base, highlighted in gilt, printed marks, 8cm high £300 - £400 923. Alfred Stevens for Minton, a majolica snake vase, 1861, pedestal urn form, glazed in blue, relief moulded coiled serpent handles, and bearded man face masks, impressed marks, 59cm high £200 - £400 924. An early 19th Century Rogers blue and white transfer printed Monopteros pattern huge meat platter, circa 1825, impressed marks, width 54cm, (restored) £40 - £60 925. An Aesthetic Movement relief moulded vase, George Jones, realistically modelled with roses and tendril handles, highlighted in powdered gilt green, 30cm high £30 - £50 926. A collection of Spode Imari tea ware, pattern 2508, circa 1820, including two teacups and saucers and a teapot stand, heavily painted and gilded with a crane and fence design, red painted marks Spode, stand 18cm long (5) £50 - £100 927. A Coalport Kakiemon Yellow Tiger dessert plate, circa 1800, relief moulded wrythen and rattan rim, edged in gilt, 23cm diameter £50 - £80

929 929. A Victorian Orange Men pink lustre jug, commemorating King William III, Prince of Orange, 15.5cm high £300 - £400

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930. A Worcester blue and white coffee pot, circa 1770, crescent mark, painted in the Cannonball pattern, baluster form, floral knop to the lid, 21.5cm high £120 - £200 931. A Worcester blue and white lidded jug, circa 1770, painted in the Three Flowers pattern, sparrow beak and baluster form, relief moulded floral finial, 13cm high £70 - £100 932. A Worcester blue and white sucriere bowl and cover, circa 1775, crescent mark, decorated in the Fence pattern, the ogee lid with relief moulded floral finial, 14.4cm high £70 - £100 933. A Worcester blue and white guglet, circa 1768, underglaze W mark, painted in the Willow Bridge Fisherman pattern, knop necked bulbous bottle form, 24.5cm high £150 - £250 934. A Worcester blue and white tea bowl and saucer, circa 1758, workman mark V, relief moulded concentric ogee lozenge design painted with Daisy and insect design, 12cm diameter £80 - £120 935. A Worcester blue and white coffee cup and saucer, circa 1757, workmans mark, fluted and painted in the Prunus Root pattern, 11cm diameter £80 - £120 936. A Worcester blue and white tea bowl and saucer, circa 1760, workmans and crescent marks, painted in the Prunus Root pattern, 12cm diameter £50 - £80 937. A Worcester blue and white teapot and cover, circa 1765, crescent mark, painted in the Rock Strata Island pattern, relief moulded floral finial, 15cm high £120 - £180 938. A Worcester blue and white straight sided mug, circa 1758, workmans mark, painted in the Walk in the Garden pattern, 8.5cm high £150 - £250 939. A Worcester blue and white relief moulded jug, circa 1765, crescent mark, in the Chrysanthemum pattern, raised scrolling foliate and flower head design, between painted borders, 9.5cm high £80 - £120 940. A Worcester blue and white teapot, circa 1755, relief moulded and painted with Fisherman and Island pattern, reeded spherical form with foliate cartouches, 11cm high Provenance: Klaber and Klaber sticker

£150 - £250

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930, 931, 932 and 933

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937, 938, 939 and 940

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941. A Worcester polychrome coffee pot, circa 1770, painted with Chinese famille rose design of figures in a scholars study, baluster form, relief moulded floral finial to the lid, 24cm high £200 - £400 942. A Worcester polychrome tea caddy, circa 1770, footed ovoid form, painted with floral bouquets, highlighted in gilt, 14.5cm high £80 - £120 943. A Worcester polychrome slop bowl, circa 1765, painted with Two Quail pattern, the lobed rim with gilt C scroll border to the interior, 12cm diameter Provenance: Girton Collection; Loan Exhibition 2004, No.46C

£200 - £250

944. A Worcester polychrome jug, circa 1770, painted with Chinese famille rose design, the interior with blue and white border, sparrow beak baluster form, 8.5cm high £80 - £120 945. A Worcester Blind Earl leaf moulded pickle plate, circa 1758, scalloped and painted with floral bouquets, sprays and insects, the rose branch handle painted in polychrome enamels, 16cm diameter £100 - £150 946. A Worcester polychrome cos lettuce moulded sauce boat, circa 1756, painted with floral sprays, 19cm long £200 - £300 947. A Worcester Dolphin Ewer cream boat, circa 1765, relief moulded and polychrome decorated as a nautilus shell with fluted and scallop detailing, dolphin moulded handle, 8.5cm high £100 - £200 948. A Worcester leaf moulded pickle plate , circa 1760, painted with floral sprays over realistically detailed leaves, with branch handle, 20cm long Provenance: N A Ross collection

£80 - £120

949. A Worcester transfer printed Blind Earl pickle plate, circa 1760, decorated with Hancock’s L’Amour print, relief moulded and scalloped, 16cm £70 - £100 950. A Worcester transfer printed mug, circa 1755, decorated with Hancock’s Milkmaids and May Day patterns, on bulbous baluster body, 12cm high £150 - £250 951. A Worcester transfer printed mug, circa 1755, decorated with Hancock’s May Day and Milkmaids patterns, on cylindrical body, 8.5cm high Provenance: John Williams Collection; Albert Amor Ltd, exhibition of Worcester Porcelain 2001 £150 - £250 952. A Worcester transfer printed custard cup, circa 1760, decorated with Hancock’s Milkmaids pattern, 7cm high Provenance: Klaber and Klaber; Billie Pain Collection

£80 - £120

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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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