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FINE & DECORATIVE ARTS 5th - 7th March 2020


FINE AND DECORATIVE ARTS To be held at: Davies House, Davies Road, Evesham, Worcestershire WR11 1YZ

THURSDAY 5TH MARCH FRIDAY 6TH MARCH SATURDAY 7TH MARCH Viewing Tuesday 3rd March - 10.00am to 5.00pm Wednesday 4th March - 10.00am to 7.00pm Thursday 5th March - 8.30am to 10.00am Friday 6th March - 8.30am to 10.00am Saturday 7th March - 8.30am to 10.00am

Day of the Sale The auction is scheduled to start at 10.00am. Bids will only be accepted from registered bidders. Please ensure you obtain a paddle number on arrival. You will need to be registered before the sale.

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

Kingham & Orme Auctioneers Ltd (Collection Address) Davies House, Davies Road, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 1YZ NB. Please telephone to arrange collection. Telephone: 01386 244224 Mobile: 07976 919836 Email: enquiries@kinghamandorme.com Website: www.kinghamandorme.com


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MAP AND DIRECTIONS Our auction site is based in the market town of Evesham just north of the Cotswolds. By Car We are centrally located in reach of motorways the M5, M4, M40, M42, a short way from the A44

By Rail Evesham’s train station is less than two miles from the auction site

By Plane The nearest International Airports are Birmingham, 45 miles and Heathrow, 90 miles

DELIVERY SERVICES FOR BUYERS For Furniture: Stephen Morris Shipping PLC, 9 Ockham Drive Greenford, London, UB6 0FD Tel: 02088 322222 For Paintings: Aardvark Art Services Ltd Telephone: 01253 794673 Email: info@aardvarkartservices.com For Small Items: Mailboxes, Cheltenham Branch Tel: 01242 530130 Email: info@mbecheltenham.co.uk We also offer an in-house packing service for small items. Please call 01386 244224 for a quotation.


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

Buying at Kingham & Orme Auctioneers Ltd:

Buyer’s Premium

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.

There is a buyer’s premium of 23% plus VAT on the first £200,000 of the hammer price of each lot. 15% plus VAT on the excess of £200,001 and up to £1,000,000 of the hammer price of each lot, and 12% plus VAT on the excess of £1,000,001 of the hammer price of each lot.

Bidding in Person 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.

Commission Bids Kingham & Orme will execute bids if you are unable to attend the sale. Bids can be left with our staff afterer/during viewing, or in advance by telephone or e-mail: enquiries@kinghamandorme.com

Telephone Bids Lines should 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. Banl and/or credit/debit card details are necessary to secure the line.

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Condition 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).

Payment Must be made in full before items can be removed from the premises. If buyers are unknown to us, we cannot handover purchase 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: Kingham & Orme Auctioneers Ltd Sort Code: 40-20-27 IBAN: GB91MIDL40202751655345 SWIFTBIC: MIDLGB22 Please note that a fee of £15 will be added for international bank payments.


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CONTENTS DAY 1 Silver and Plate:

1 -211

Jewellery, Watches and Pens:

212-274

Coins:

275-304

Shennan Collection Part III:

4001- 4169

DAY 2 Oriental Ceramics:

305-316

Oriental Works of Art:

317-363

Wine:

364-368

Militaria :

369-393

Works of Art:

394-461

Metalware and Lighting:

462-518

Clocks:

519-528

Furniture:

529-593

Pictures:

594-722

Glass:

723-777

DAY 3 Continental Ceramics:

778-916

Moorcroft:

917-978

Art Pottery and Ruskin:

979-1125

Studio Pottery:

1126-1135

British Ceramics:

1136-1206


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1. A white metal and enamelled bangle box, geometric and rope twist design with studs and beads, with two removable caps for lid and base, 7.5cm diameter, 10cm high, 6.88ozt £60 - £80

5. An Indian silver and bronze plaque, 19th century or earlier, repousse embossed and chased with a marriage scene, within a border of foliate panels, 25cm diameter £40 - £70

2. A Chinese silver gilt filigree and enamelled model of a peacock, with agate base, the feathers set with turquoise and amber coloured cabochons, 15cm high £200 - £300

6. A Chinese silver mounted cane, the pommel embossed in relief with figures in a garden landscape, on a malacca shaft, 81cm long £30 - £50

3. An Anglo Indian white metal dish, embossed and etched with a central rosette of ogee headed lappets of alternating leaf fronds and flowers, within a milled wave and dot border, the rim crimped, 23cm diameter, 11.02ozt £100 - £150

7 7. A Persian silver model of a ship in sail, articulated with ropes and chains, stamped marks, 925, Arabic symbol, 13cm long, 1.98ozt £20 - £40

4 4. An Indian white metal box, Kutch circa 1900, chamfered rectangular section, repousse embossed and chased with foliate scrolls between acanthus arcading, the interior gilded, 8.5cm wide, 6cm high, 5.5cm deep, 5.21ozt £30 - £50

8. A Chinese silver ingot, rectangular form, cast with phoenix birds flanking a lotus flower, stamped marks, 23cm long, 4.48ozt £40 - £70 9. Kichigoro Uyeda, a Japanese silver dish, in the form of a scallop shell, signed K Uyeda 950 Sterling, 8cm, 0.76ozt £20 - £30

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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12 12. A French silver sewing kit, in fitted scallop shell box, including needle case, scissors, thimble and other instruments, with mirror to the lid, embossed ribbon and folaite border design, 17cm long £60 - £80 10 10. An 18th century Dutch silver tea caddy, Amsterdam circa 1730, inverse pear baluster form, embossed with Rococo shell and drape apron, above incised lappets, the lid with gadrooned rim, and pineapple finial, 15cm high, 4.05ozt £500 - £600

13. A collection of silver and white metal napkin rings, various dates, makers and designs 6.10ozt (10) £20 - £40

14 14. A Continental silver and glass swan bowl, E Ltd., London import marks 1981, cut glass body and pierced embossed wings, hinged, 10.5cm high £70 - £100

11 11. An Imperial Russian silver tea caddy, Andrei Vilbgelmovich Bekman, Moscow 1872, footed squat ovoid form, the hinged lid with ivory finial,11cm high, 11.88ozt £400 - £600

15. A Continental silver and glass swan bowl, 835 mark, cut glass double section body and pierced embossed wings, hinged, 7cm high £30 - £50 16. A pair of 19th century Continental silver napkin rings, Imperial Russian import marks, circa 1884-1898, ogee quatrelobed section embossed with Rococo scroll cartouches to each panel, 5.5cm diameter, 1.57ozt (2) £20 - £40

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


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17. A set of four George III Irish silver salt spoons, John Shiels, Dublin circa 1790, Bright Cut Celtic Point design, 10cm long, 09.3ozt (4) £30 - £50 18. Two Victorian Scottish Provincial silver condiment spoons, Rettie and Son, Aberdeen, circa 1841, Fiddle pattern, one long handled ladle the other mustard or egg soon, 15cm long, 0.91ozt (2) £30 - £50 19. A George III Scottish Provincial silver toddy ladle, William Constable, Dundee 1809, Fiddle pattern, 15cm long, 0.86ozt £30 - £50

24. George IV and later Provincial silver condiment spoons, John Walton, Newcastle 1860, George Turner, Exeter 1823, John Harman of Bristol, Exeter 1833, John Coakley of Liverpool, Chester 1832, William Welch, Exeter 1822, John Millard Banks, Chester 1899, Fiddle pattern, including salt and mustard, gilt bowl, 15.5cm long, 3.32ozt (6) £30 - £50 25. A Scottish Provincial silver condiment spoon, Peter Gill and Son, Aberdeen circa 1800, Fiddle pattern, together with an Edinburgh silver gilt mustard spoon, William Davie, circa 1770, 11.5cm long, 0.49ozt (2) £20 - £40

20. Victorian Scottish silver condiment spoons, Robert Gray and Son and other makers, Glasgow, various dates, Scottish Bastard Kings, Scottish Kings Husk, half struck Queens, Fiddle and Old English patterns, including salt and mustard, 12.5cm long, 2.37ozt (5) £30 - £50 21. An 18th century cast silver teaspoon, probably French, circa 1750, realistically modelled as a flower, with Rococo shell bowl and heel, 11.5cm long, 0.59ozt £30 - £50 22. A matched pair of Victorian Scottish silver salt spoons, Robert Gray & Son, Glasgow 1846 and 1847, Scottish Kings Shape with Rococo cast ends, double struck, 10.5cm long, 1.14ozt (2) £30 - £50 23. Four Victorian Provincial silver condiment spoons, Thomas Sewell, Newcastle 1858, Reid and Son, Newcastle 1843, John Sutter of Liverpool, Chester 1846, Fiddle pattern, salt and mustard, 13.5cm long, 1.64ozt (4) £20 - £40

26 26. A George I or II Provincial silver spoon, James Strang, Exeter 1727, Hanoverian Rat Tail pattern, 20cm long, 1.50ozt £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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27. A George III Irish silver table spoon, Dublin 1787, Fiddle pattern, 23.5cm long, 2.22ozt £60 - £80 28. A set of four George III Irish silver egg spoons, RWCB, Dublin 1818, Kings Hourglass pattern with rat tail heel, gilt bowls, 13cm long, 3.45ozt (4) £40 - £70 29. A pair of George IV Scottish silver salt spoons, Mitchell and Sons, Glasgow 1824, Kings Variant Rosette pattern, gilt bowls, 11cm long, 1.34ozt (2) £20 - £40 30. Five George III and IV Irish silver mustard spoons, various makers and dates, Dublin circa 1800 to 1824, bright cut Celtic Point and Fiddle patterns, 12.5cm long, 1.47ozt (5) £30 - £50 31. Three William IV and Victorian Irish and Scottish silver mustard spoons, William Cunningham, Edinburgh 1831, Glasgow 1862, John Smith, Dublin 1889, Fiddle pattern, 13cm long, 1.49ozt (3) £20 - £30

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32. A George III Irish silver egg spoon and a Victorian Provincial silver egg spoon, RW CB, Dublin 1818, and Henry Samuel Elli, Exeter 1853, Kings Hourglass with rattail and cast leaf patterns, 13.5cm long, 1.37ozt (2) £20 - £40 33. A collection of George III and later Scottish silver condiment spoons, various makers and dates, Edinburgh, Fiddle and Kings patterns, salt and mustard, 13cm long, 3.66ozt (10) £40 - £60 34. A collection of George III and later Scottish silver condiment spoons, various makers, Edinburgh and Glasgow, 1819 to 1879, including Scottish Fiddle, Kings, Queens and Old English patterns, salt and mustard, 14cm long, 4.65ozt (10) £40 - £70 35. George III and later English Provincial silver condiment spoons, James Barber and William Whitwell, York 1818, James Barber, George Cattle II and William North, York 1826 and 1828, Thomas Sewell, Newcastle 1872, John Sutter, Chester 1841, George Turner, Exeter 1824, Robert Williams and Sons, Exeter 1847 and Edwin Sweet, Exeter 1852, Fiddle, Fiddle and Shell and Old English patterns, 13.5cm long, 3.28ozt (9) £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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39. An Elizabeth II silver mounted cut glass ship’s decanter and wine coaster, Charles S Green and Co., Birmingham 1972 and J B Chatterley and Sons, Birmingham 1975, the coaster with a wooden base and reeded lappet border, 21cm dimeter, 29cm high £80 - £120 40. A matched pair of Elizabeth II silver wine coasters, Carr’s, Sheffield 1995 and 1997, plain bowed form, turned wood bases, 13.5cm diameter (2) £60 - £80

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36. A Victorian silver and glass claret jug, George Emmerton, London 1860, realistically cast and chased with fruiting vines and a naturalistic branch handle, the lip ribbed as a shell, over an etched and engraved facet cut body with further grapes and leaves, 29cm high £800 - £1200

41. An Edwardian silver wine bottle holder, Richard Richardson, Sheffield 1906, sleeve form with twin handles, 17cm high, 15.91 ozt £300 - £400

37. An Edwardian silver and satinwood tray, Thomas Bradbury and Sons, Sheffield 1908, bowed rectangular form, galleried in the Neoclassical style with pierced fluting and beaded borders, marquetry inlaid with a harewood oval in the Sheraton style, 41cm long £200 - £300

42. An Elizabeth II silver wine coaster, J B Chatterley and Sons, Birmingham 1979, ogee section, 11.5cm diameter£40 - £60 43. A George III silver Claret wine label, Edward Mayfield, London 1806, elongated octagonal form, fluted border, 4cm long, 0.21ozt £40 - £60

44 44. An Elizabeth II silver gilt wine taster, C J Vander, London 1973, incised fluting and beading, the handle in the form of entwined snakes, 10.5cm long, 3.12ozt £30 - £50 38 38. An Elizabeth II silver wine coaster, W I Broadway and Co., Birmingham 1991, reticulated galleried form in the Neocalssical style, 13cm diameter £50 - £80

45. A George III silver Madeira wine label, Edward Mayfield, London 1807, elongated octagonal form, fluted border, 4cm long, £40 - £60 0.23ozt

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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46. An early Victorian silver Irish Whiskey wine label, Taylor and Perry, Birmingham 1839, embossed foliate and shell border, 4.5cm long, 0.26ozt £40 - £60 47. A George III silver Madeira wine label, John Rich, London 1809, elongated octagonal form, fluted border, 4cm long, 0.30ozt £40 - £60 48. An Edwardian silver Brandy wine label, Sheffield 1904, pierced and engraved in foliate script, 8cm long, 0.37ozt £40 - £60 49. A George III silver Port wine label, Edward Mayfield, London 1806, elongated octagonal form, fluted border, 4cm long, 0.23ozt £40 - £60 50. George V and later silver including teaspoons and wine labels, various dates and makers, whisky and sherry labels, a pair of 1977 Silver Jubilee teaspoons and others, 3.6ozt £20 - £40

54 54. A George V silver and tortoiseshell jewellery box, Mappin and Webb, Birmingham 1911, oval form, the lid inlaid with foliate and floral web rosette, within a moulded bead and scroll baton border, on four bracket feet, velvet lined interior, 9cm wide, 4cm high, 6cm deep £100 - £150

51. An Edwardian silver basket, Charles Westwood & Sons, Birmingham 1907, rectangular form with pierced foliate border and swing handle, 23.5cm long, 8.83 ozt £200 - £300

52 52. An Edwardian silver novelty inkwell, Arthur & John Zimmerman, Birmingham 1909, bell form with hinged lid, 10cm high £100 - £200 53. A George VI silver and tortoiseshell effect jewellery box, Mappin and Webb, London 1947, oval form, on four cabriole legs, velvet lined interior, 15.5cm wide, 6cm high, 12cm deep £180 - £220

55 55. An Edwardian novelty silver jug, Williams Ltd., Birmingham 1905, modelled as a man’s head, open mouth and ponytail, registered number 458471, 10cm high, 2.98ozt £500 - £600 56. A George V silver photo frame, Cornelius Sauders and Frank Shepherd, Birmingham 1915, oval form with ribbon and reed border, easel back, opening 13cm x 8cm, overall 16.5cm x 11cm £30 - £50

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


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60 59 60. A George V silver teapot, C S Harris and Sons, London 1921, rectangular section ogee and ribbed boat form, with gadrooned rim, hinged lid and ebony handle and finial, 29.5cm long, 22.54ozt £180 - £250

57 57. An Elizabeth II silver shell butter dish, Hampton Utilities, Birmingham 1979, moulded with a cast shell handle, on three scroll feet, 13.5cm long, 3.79ozt £60 - £80 58. A Victorian silver bachelors three piece tea set, William Hutton and Sons, London 1886/1887, bowed oval form with half fluting and reeded strap handles, the teapot with ebony handle and finial, crest and logo for the Royal Naval Artillery Volunteers, Brighton Corps London Brigade, 20cm long, 10.94ozt £230 - £250 59. An Edwardian silver framed thermometer, John Tiley, London 1902, reticulated foliate scroll design, easel backed, 23cm high £250 - £350

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61. A George III silver sugar basin or sucriere, Robert and David Hennell, London 1799, Neoclassical twin handled bowed oval or boat form, reeded rim and strap handles, gilded interior, 18cm long, 8.34ozt £100 - £150

62 62. An Edwardian silver novelty pin cushion, Chester 1909, modelled as a pig, 5cm long £80 - £120

63. Victorian and later silver including mustard pot, vesta case, compact and thimbles, various dates and makers, blue glass liner and mirror £30 - £50 64. A Victorian novelty silver pin cushion, John Grinsell and Sons, London 1898, in the form of a boot, etched detailing, 13cm long, 9cm high £250 - £350 65. A Victorian novelty silver bird pepper pot, Martin Sugar, import marks London 1893, Hanau pseudo marks, modelled standing, the head removable, 10cm high, 3.57ozt £500 - £800 66. A Victorian novelty silver and tortoiseshell table vesta case, Thomas Johnson II, London 1880, realistically modelled as a tortoise, the hinged and moulded shell lid opening to reveal a gilded interior with striking pad to the rim, the head and feet cast in relief, 8.5cm long £150 - £250 67. An Edwardian silver sovereign case, Mappin and Webb, Birmingham, together with a 12 cart rolled gold example, 3cm diameter (2) £20 - £30

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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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68. An Edwardian silver inkwell and Victorian silver topped glass jar, London 1903, rounded form, the jar with etched lid, 7cm diameter (2) £20 - £40

73. A George VI silver cigar box, Alfred Deeley, Birmingham 1948, cuboid form with cushioned and engine turned lid, cedar lined, with divider, 16cm wide, 5cm high, 9cm deep £40 - £60

69. Three small Victorian silver photo frames, A and J Zimmerman, Birmingham 1898, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1900 and F J Hall, Birmingham 1901, rectangular and oval form, one with bevelled glass, others embossed, easel backs, opening 6cm x 3cm, overall 8.5cm x 6cm (3) £40 - £60

74. A George VI silver cigarette case, William Neale and Son, Birmingham 1946, rectangular form, engine turned and reeded, 9.5cm x 8.5cm, 4.69ozt £20 - £40

70. An Elizabeth II silver box, Garrard and Co., London 1971, cuboid form, the lid engine tuned with fluted borders, cedar lined interior, 18cm wide, 5cm high, 9cm deep £90 - £130

75. A collection of silver and enamelled souvenir spoons, various dates (18) £50 - £70 76. A Victorian silver mounted and cut glass claret jug, James Sherwood and Sons, Birmingham 1901, vertically ribbed optic moulded flared body, cut with foliate design, angled hollow handle and flat lid, 25cm high £80 - £120

77 71 71. An Edwardian silver swing handle sugar basket, Thomas Bradbury and Sons, London 1902, Neoclassical pedestal boat form, ogee section with reeded handle, on oval foot, 14cm high, 4.38ozt £60 - £80

77. A George V silver double cruet, William Comyns, London 1932, Neoclassical bright cut and reticulated design, the mustard and salt cellars of straight sided oval form with serpentine beaded rims and foliate garlands, the pepper pots of pedestal urn form, most with glass liners and spoons, 10.95ozt (8) £80 - £120

78 72 72. An Elizabeth II silver cigar box, Padgett and Braham, London 1965, in the Art Deco style, cuboid form with engine turned and stripe lid, cedar wood interior, 14cm wide, 4cm high, 9cm deep £60 - £80

78. A Victorian white metal hawk bell, inscribed HH Prince Duleep Singh, Mulgrave Castle, Whitby, Yorkshire, £2 reward, with further instructions, 3cm long Note: Duleep Singh, Maharaja of Lahore, lived at Mulgrave Castle from 1858 until 1862. The inscription relates to one of his pet hawks he brought with him. £80 - £120

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


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79. A set of four Victorian silver salt spoons, John Aldwinckle and James Slater, London 1883, Old English Military Thread and Shell pattern, 11cm long, 3.64ozt (4) £30 - £50 80. Two Victorian silver spoons, John Edward Bingham for Walker and Hall, London 1875, Admiralty pattern, militaty issue with crows foot, including long handled salt or mustard spoon and large teaspoon, 15cm long, 1.97ozt (2) £50 - £80

86. Three sets of Victorian silver sat spoons and a pair of Elizabeth II silver salt spoons, Martin Hall and Co., London 1872, George Adams, London 1880 and 1889, London 1879, C J Vander, London 1988, including Grecian, Coburg, Shell and Bead and Onslow patterns, 11cm long, 6.03ozt (14) £50 - £80 87. A Victorian silver seal top condiment spoon, Charles Thomas Fox and George Fox, London 1856, in the 17th century style, 10.5cm long, 0.55ozt £20 - £40

81. A collection of Victorian and later silver condiment spoons, various dates and makers including National Trust for Scotland, Mappin and Webb, Irish and Indian examples, cast shell, green stone shamrock, harp, swan neck and other designs, 12cm long, 4.01ozt £30 - £50 82. Two pairs of George III and IV silver salt spoons, William Eley and William Fearn, London 1814 and William Eaton, London 1821, King’s Hourglass pattern, one pair with Union Shell heel, the other with scalloped and gilded bowls, 11.5cm long, 3.39ozt (4) £30 - £50 83. Two pairs and a trio of William IV and Victorian silver salt spoons, William Eaton, London 1836, Martin and Hall, London 1876, Henry Ellis, Exeter 1848, including Militray Thread, Lily and cast leaf patterns, three spoons with the MacLellan crest, 11cm long, 4.69ozt (7) £40 - £60 84. A George II silver gilt picture front teaspoon, London circa 1740, cast or stamped with Renaissance mask and scroll design, engraved leaf scrolls to the spoon bowl, 11.5cm long, 0.54ozt £30 - £50 85. George III and later silver condiment ladles, various makers, London 1799 to 1859, including reticulated Renaissance style, Military Thread, Fiddle, Fiddle Thread and Shell and Old English patterns, some gilded and part gilt, 13.5cm long, 4.34ozt (6) £30 - £50

88 A George III picture back Hanoverian teaspoon, Hester 88. Bateman, London circa 1775, the spoon bowl back cast with agricultural implements and the cap of liberty on a pole, initials M S to the terminal, 12cm long, 0.38ozt £50 - £80 89. Three pairs of Victorian silver salt spoons, various makers including George Adams, London 1841 to 1857, Queens pattern, Kings pattern and Kings Husk without husk, 11.5cm long, 5.02ozt (6) £40 - £60

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


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95 90. Three pairs of William IV and Victorian silver egg spoons, Samuel Hayne and Dudley Cater, London 1844, Jonathan Hayne, London 1832, Robert Wallis, London 1836, Kings, Kings Husk and Fiddle Thread and Shell patterns, 13cm long, 5.73ozt £40 - £70 91. A pair of George III silver salt spoons, William Bateman, London 1816, Kings pattern, gilded bowls, 11cm long, 1.58ozt (2) £30 - £50 92. Six William IV and Victorian silver salt spoons, William Chawner and William Eaton, London 1831 to 1845, Kings pattern, 11.5cm long, 5.16ozt (6) £40 - £70

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97. Victorian and later silver condiment spoons, various makers and dates including William Hutton, salt and mustard, Old English and shell designs, 7cm long, 1.39ozt (9) £40 - £50 98. A George II cast silver teaspoon, circa 1740, Rococo foliate terminal with vacant round cartouche, the spoon bowl in the form of a shell, feathered to the back, 10.5cm long, 0.45ozt £30 - £50 99. A George I or II silver marrow scoop, London 1727, plain form, 23cm long, 1.60ozt £100 - £150

93. Six George IV and Victorian silver salt spoons, various makers and date, London 1824 to 1864, including Kings, Queens, Hourglass, Kings Husk, Fiddle Thread and Husk and Fiddle Thread and Shell patterns, 11.5cm long, 5.56ozt (6) £40 - £70 94. Three William IV and Victorian silver spoons, George Adams, London 1848, William Chawner, London 1830, Aldwinckle and Slater, London 1890, Elizabethan pattern, Hanoverian Thread Shell and Drop and Old English Shell and Thread, 17cm long, 3.56ozt (3) £30 - £50 95. A collection of George III and IV silver condiment spoons, various makers and dates, Birmingham 1790 to 1824, Oar and Fiddle patterns, salt and mustard, 12cm long, 2.32ozt (10) £30 - £50 96. Three pairs of Victorian silver salt spoons, various makers including George Adams, London 1847 to 1873, Kings pattern, Kings Thread and Princess No. 1, 11.5cm long, 4.72ozt (6) £40 - £60

100 100. Six Victorian silver salt spoons, various makers including George Adams, London 1844 to 1864, patterns including Kings, Queens, Victoria, Kinds Husk, Princess No. 1 and Old English Thread, 11.5cm long, 4.58ozt (6) £40 - £60

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


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101. A Victorian cast silver salt spoon, Stephen Smith and William Nicholson, London 1853, foliate stem and trident terminal, gilded trefoil lobed acorn bowl, 10.5cm long, 0.48ozt £30 - £50 102. A Victorian silver egg spoon, John Hunt and Robert Roskell, London 1876, Coburg pattern, engraved arms of the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres (Lindsay), 13cm long, 1.08ozt £30 - £50 103. A George IV silver salt spoon, Jonathan Hayne, London 1829, Trailing Vine pattern, 10cm long, 0.99ozt £20 - £40

110 109. Two Victorian silver condiment spoons, Benjamin Stephens, London 1866 and John Whiting, London 1847, Fiddle pattern with cast French Rococo scroll cartouches in relief, salt and mustard, 13cm long, 1.20ozt (2) £20 - £30 110. Two Victorian silver condiment spoons, George Adams, London 1856 and 1860, one of 18th century whip terminal and twisted stem design, round small bowl ladle form, the other cased and chased with Rococo foliate scrolls and shell bowl, 12cm long, 0.85ozt (2) £20 - £40

104. A George II silver picture front teaspoon, London circa 1740, cast or stamped with Apollo to the terminal, the heal engraved with a shell, 12cm long, 0.45ozt £30 - £50 105. Six George III silver picture back and scroll back Hanoverian teaspoons, various makers, Philip Roker, London circa 1770s, two spoon bowls cast with wheat sheaf and Plenty, others with basket of flowers, foliate scroll and shell, 12cm long, 1.98ozt (6) £60 - £80 106. A Victorian silver Cayenne pepper or snuff spoon, Frederick Elkington and Co., London 1894, gilt bowl and spherical terminal, 8.5cm long, 0.42ozt £20 - £30 107. Three Victorian silver mustard or egg spoons, Samuel Hayne and Dudley Cater, London 1845 and 1846, William Robert Smily, London 1863, Victoria, Albert and Rose patterns, 14cm long, 3.19ozt £40 - £60 108. Four Victorian silver condiment spoons, George Adams, London 1863 and 1872, Samuel Hayne and Dudley Cater, London 1850, John Whiting, London 1852, Queens pattern, including two small mustards and one with oyster shell back, 16cm long, 3.41ozt (4) £30 - £50

111 111. A George III silver ladle, GB, London circa 1760, relief moulded scalloped shell bowl on Old English handle, 33cm long, 4.72ozt £150 - £200

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112. A George III silver basting spoon, Peter, Ann and William Bateman, London 1800, Old English pattern, 29cm long, 3.36ozt £120 - £180 113. Four William IV and Victorian silver condiment ladles and spoons, George Adams and May Chawner, London 1834 to 1877, including Kings, Fiddle Thread, Old English Thread and Elizabethan patterns, gilded, 15cm long, 3.82ozt (4) £40 - £60 114. Two pairs of George IV and Victorian silver egg spoons, William Chawner, London 1825 and William Theobalds and Robert Atkinson, London 1838, Fiddle Husk and Thread pattern, 13cm long, 4.00ozt (4) £30 - £50 115. A set of four early Victorian silver salt spoons, Mary Chawner, London 1838, Kings Husk variant with triple flower heel, 11.5cm long, 3.43ozt (4) £40 - £60 116. A George III silver condiment ladle, John Bettridge, Birmingham 1817, Cast Fiddle Thread Scoll and Shell pattern, single struck with foliate S scrolls, gilt bowl, 9.5cm long, 0.31ozt £20 - £40 117. Two pairs of Victorian silver salt spoons, Elkington and Co., Birmingham 1868, George Unite, Birmingham 1867, Prince of Wales or Rich Bead pattern, the other pair single struck ribbon and chield design, 11cm long, 2.32ozt (4) £30 - £50 118. A set of four Victorian silver salt spoons, William Smily, London 1856, Albert pattern, double struck, 11.5cm long, 3.52ozt (4) £30 - £50

122 119. A set of four William IV English Provincial silver salt spoons and three George IV condiment spoons, William Woodman of Bristol, Exeter 1835, Birmingham makers 1822 and 1825, Fiddle pattern including bright cut fern design, 12.5cm long, 2.02ozt (7) £20 - £40 120. George III and later silver condiment spoons, various London makers and dates, Fiddle and Old English pattern, including salt and mustard, 14cm long, 3.39ozt (8) £30 - £50 121. A set of six George III silver dessert spoons, William Sutton, London 1790 and 1791, Old English pattern, together with a Fiddle pattern ladle and teaspoon, 17cm long, 7.67ozt (8) £50 - £80 122. A pair of George II silver sugar nips or tea tongs, Henry Plumpton, London circa 1755, scissor action with circular box pivot and shell cast pads, stamped marks to each loop handle, 10.5cm long, 0.87ozt £30 - £50 123. A collection of George III and later silver salt spoons and shovels, various makers and dates, circa 1760 to circa 1830, Hanoverian, Bright Cut and Fiddle, including some with shell moulded bowls, 6.11ozt £50 - £80 124. Victorian and later silver condiment spoons, including a set of four Bright Cut Irish Point egg spoons, West and Co. (Dublin), London 1896, various dates and makers, salt shovels and spoons, Beaded, Bright Cut and Old English, 12cm long, 5.39ozt (12) £40 - £70

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125 125. A George III silver vinaigrette, Birmingham 1801, reeded design, with loop attachment, pierced grille, gilded to the interior, 3.5cm long, 0.68ozt £80 - £120

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126 126. A Victorian silver ink stand, Martin Hall and Co., Sheffield 1855, the reticulated tray with pierced foliate scroll frame and cast C scroll and shell border, supporting a central taperstick with original snuffer, flanked by two hobnail cut glass inkwells, the hinged lids engraved with Gothic style wreaths, 26cm long, weight excluding inkwells 13.63ozt £280 - £350 127. George III and later silver including teaspoons, sugar tongs and tea strainer, London 1806, Fiddle pattern, 2.29ozt £20 - £40 128. A George V novelty silver feeder set, Levi and Salaman, Birmingham 1924 and 1927, each with a relief moulded figure of Mr Punch, including spoon and pusher, in fitted box, 9cm long, 1.03ozt (2) £80 - £120

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129. A George III silver coffee pot, John King, London 1769, footed baluster form, with cast Rococo shell and foliate spout, the double ogee stepped and hinged lid with wrythen knop finial, carved fruitwood ear handle, 26cm high, 26.24ozt £1000 - £1500 130. An Elizabeth II silver figure of a pheasant, Edward Barnard and Sons, London 1971, realistically modelled, on a wooden base, 30cm long £500 - £800 131. A George V silver figure of a race horse, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1931, mounted on a wooden plinth with presentation plaque, San Carlos Prize, won by Bluebell 1931, 14cm high £300 - £400 132. An Elizabeth II silver blotter, Martyn Pugh, Birmingham 1988, plain with spherical handle, hadwood body, 11.5cm long £40 - £60 131

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133. An Elizabeth II silver jewellery casket cigar box, Harman Brothers, Birmingham 1981, cuboid form, enigne turned throughout, with cast foliate scroll border, the interior with removable velvet lined tray and cedar cladding, on four pad bracket feet, 21cm wide, 7cm high, 9cm deep £180 - £220 134. A Victorian silver mounted ceramic match striker, Schindler and Co., London 1900, pedestal sconce form with blue glazed sacer tray, with jewelled flowe sprays, 9cm diameter £20 - £30

138. An Edwardian silver and glass inkwell, George Nathan and Ridley Hayes, Birmingham 1906, plain rounded body with hobnail cut base, spherical hinged lid, 8cm diameter £30 - £50 139. Victorian and later silver including George Unite card case, napkin ring, buckle, compact and miniature photo frame, various dates and makers, silver weight excluding frame 3.93ozt (5) £90 - £130 140. A George V silver photo frame, Charles S Green and Co., Birmingham 1922, rectangular form with rounded corners, long and short bead decoration to the rim, easel back, opening 20cm x 13.5cm, overall 22.5cm x 16cm £20 - £40 143 143. A George IV silver topped cut glass shaker, Charles Fox, London 1829, the Bohemian conical blue cased and flash cut body with a grape and vine design, pierced cushion top, 12cm high £20 - £30

135 135. A George V silver and Blue John quaich, George Unite, Birmingham 1911, of small proportions, convential form, set with cabochon stones to the handles, 9cm long, 1.11ozt £140 - £180

144. A Victorian silver cream jug, Vale Brothers, Birmingham 1889, pedestal ogee helmet form, embossed with floral garland bands between wrythen reeding, strap handle, stepped foot, 8.5cm high, 1.73ozt £50 - £80

136. A George V silver quaich, George Nathan and Ridley Hayes, Chester 1914, conventional twin handled form, 13.5cm long, 3.05ozt £140 - £180 141 141. An Edwardian silver pedestal jug, Thomas Bradbury and Sons, London 1901, Neoclassical urn form, ogee section with reeded handle, on oval foot, 14cm high, 3.52ozt £50 - £80

145. An Edwardian silver teapot, William Aitken, Birmingham 1904, half reeded double ogee boat form with ebonised finial and handle, 31cm long, 22.48ozt £150 - £250

137 137. An Elizabeth II Scottish silver quaich, Hamilton and Inches, Edinburgh 1973, conventional twin handled form, 12cm long, 2.67ozt £140 - £180

146 142 142. A George VI silver cigar box, Mappin and Webb, Birmingham 1939, Art Deco style, rounded cuboid form, engine turned stripe and barley lid with moulded scroll handle, sandal wood interior, 11cm wide, 4cm high, 9cm deep £60 - £80

146. A pair of George III silver salt cellars, Solomon Hougham, London 1801, navette boat form, bright cut with feathered husks in an entwined chain, each on four bracket feet, one with glass liner, 9cm long, 3.09ozt £60 - £80

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147. A pair of Victorian silver salt cellars and spoons, Joseph Gloster, Birmingham 1898, of shell form, gilt interiors, twisted handle spoons, on ball feet, 5.5cm diameter, 0.66ozt (2) £40 - £60

151. An Elkington electrotype inkwell, circa 1860, cast in the Renaissance style with portrait medallions of poets and philosophers, in a foliate scroll ground, the central lid with Classical plaque of Cupid and Psyche, gilded to the interior, 22cm diameter £140 - £180

148. An Edwardian silver scallop shell dish, Birmingham 1902, together with a George III silver mounted horn beaker and a weighted trencher salt cellar, 12.5cm long (3) £30 - £40 149. A George V silver mounted and enamelled Royal Yacht Squadron match striker, Cornelius Saunders and Frank Shepherd, Chester 1912, white ceramic spherical body, with an applied burgee, 9.5cm diameter £60 - £80 150. A George V silver four division toast rack, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, Sheffield 1931, rounded arch form on four ball feet, 10cm long, 2.59ozt £50 - £80

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152. A Victorian silver plated watering can, circa 1885, straight sided oval form with angular spout, etched and chased with ivy leaf band between interwoven stem and leaf borders, beaded to the rims, two handles, 20cm high £130 - £180 153. An Art Nouveau silver plated dish, embossed with floral sprigs within a foliate rim, 28.5cm diameter £20 - £40 154. An Aesthetic Movement silver plated six division toast rack, in the style of Christopher Dresser, ball and baton construction with graduated bars and splayed pad feet, stamped number 298, 14.5cm high £100 - £150

155. An Arts and Crafts silver plated condiment or tea spoon, in the Glasgow style of Archibald Knox or Kate Harris, planished and cast with poppy head terminal, open entwined tendrils, stamped marks EPNS Rd, 11.5cm long £20 - £30 156. An Arts and Crafts silver plated letter tray, Harrison Fisher, Sheffield circa 1905, embossed with a swan on a reeded lily pond with bull rushes, within an Art Nouveau style foliate tendril and whiplash border, registration number and marks, 19cm x 27cm £40 - £60 157. Duchess of Sutherland Cripple Guild, an Arts and Crafts electroplated deep dish, circa 1902-1922, stamped marks D.S.C.G below crown, diameter 31.5cm £100 - £150 158. Duchess of Sutherland Cripples Guild, an Arts and Crafts silvered copper tea caddy, circa 1899, in the Gothic Revival style, rounded cylindrical form, incised with bands of trefoils, teardrops and lappets, the planished lid with squat bladed knop, stamped marks DSCG, 11.5cm high £80 - £120

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159. Christopher Dresser for James Dixon and Son, a silver plated six division toast rack, model 67, circa 1881, triple arched form with rectangular handle, seven bars, on short rod feet, stamped marks and facsimile signature, 11.5cm high, 16.5cm long, 11.5cm wide £3000 - £5000

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164. Bernard Cuzner for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver tray, Birmingham 1916, planished rounded rectangular form, the rim incised with a band of flowers linked by leafy stems and an inner border of ermine motifs, number 5692, 23cm x 30.5cm, 21.33ozt £500 - £800 165. Asprey and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver preserve pot, Charles and George Asprey, London 1906, planished ovoid form with ogee lid, three horn feet and horn terminal, 9cm high, 5.94ozt £60 - £100

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168. An Arts and Crafts silver and oak box, J Aitkin and Son, Birmingham 1905, the hinged lid with embossed corners of flowers and insects, sinuous tendrils and palm fronds, 18cm square, 7cm high £60 - £80 169. An Arts and Crafts silver and rosewood photo frame, rectangular form, the corners embossed with foliate motifs, easel back, stamped marks, opening 23cm x 17cm, overall 26cm x 20cm £30 - £50

160. W A S Benson, an Arts and Crafts silver plated hot water jug and lid, circa 1890, electroplated copper, ovoid pedestal egg form with raised moulded band, slice knopped squat stem and stepped splayed foot, the ear handle with rubber insulating pads, pinched beak spout and turned wood finial, variation of model 625, 17.5cm high £80 - £120 166 166. An Arts and Crafts silver bowl, Charles Edwards, London 1905, planished ovoid form with three open cast handles, each bisected with stylised tulip pads and fluted scrolls, on three horn feet, 13.5cm diameter, 6.85ozt £120 - £180 161 161. W A S Benson, an Arts and Crafts silver plated teapot, circa 1890, electroplated copper and brass, squat ogee bowl form, with faceted spout and turned wood finial, the ear handle with rubber insulating pads, variation of model 692, 25.5cm long £70 - £100 162. An Arts and Crafts silver table lighter, Joseph Gloster, Birmingham 1905, ogee pedestal urn form, with ball knopped stem and three scroll and tongue handles, 9cm high, 2.39ozt £40 - £60

170 170. Kate Harris (attributed) for George Lawrence Connell, an Arts and Crafts silver and glass vase, London 1905, the vertically ribbed tulip headed cylidrical green glass container held within an open cylinder with entwined tendril scrolls, supported on three wishbone legs, 11cm high, 1.13ozt £250 - £350 167 167. A E Jones, an Arts and Crafts silver pin dish, Birmingham 1926, planished circular form with a ropetwist border, applied with three square foliate bosses, 8.5cm diameter, total weight 2.78ozt £40 - £60

171 163 163. After Alexander Ritchie, an Arts and Crafts Iona style silver spoon, Shipton and Co., Chester 1945, cast and hammered in the Celtic manner with Galleon ship and knotted stem, planished bowl, 12cm long, 0.58ozt £20 - £40

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171. A E Jones, an Arts and Crafts silver inkwell, Birmingham 1909, splayed square section plinth form, planished and cast with a laurel band, hinged domed lid with glass interior, applied with two pen hooks, on four squat ball feet, 9cm square, 4.04ozt £120 - £180

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172. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver twin handled cup, Birmingham 1907, model 2035, textured barrel form, repousse decorated with heart form handle terminals and initials JHC, the handles of tapered loop form, gilt interior, 10cm high, 8.63ozt £800 - £1200

174. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled belt buckle, Birmingham 1908, planished open tendril bracket design with square section cabochon plaques in blue and green enamel, stamped model number 13, 7cm long, 5cm wide, 1.08ozt £240 - £300

173. Oliver Baker for Liberty and Co., a Cymric silver vase, Birmingham 1902, planished amphora form, supported on three kicked cabriole legs and pad feet, the collar embossed with convex pimpled panels, three angled rope twist handles, 11cm high, 6.14ozt £900 - £1200

175. A E Jones, an Arts and Crafts silver six piece tea and coffee set, Birmingham 1927 to 1935, planished ogee bowl and baluster forms, with applied cast bands of triangular foliate motifs, wooden handles, including teapot, coffee, sugar bowl, jug, hot water and twin handled oval tray, 54cm long, 107.63ozt £2500 - £3000

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176 176. A set of six Arts and Crafts silver buttons, Reynolds and Westwood, Birmingham 1902, cast and reticulated in the Art Nouveau style, in the form of flowering water lilies, in fitted case, 2.5cm diameter, 0.74ozt (6) £100 - £150

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177. Sybil Dunlop, an Arts and Crafts silver spoon, London 1927, planished form, the pierced terminal with bluebell motifs, 10.5cm long, 0.33ozt £30 - £50

185. An Art Deco German glass, silver and enamelled inkwell, the glass body with pen tray, the pommel form lid with yellow guilloche enamel and two concentric blue rings, marked 935 and makers mark, 16.5cm long £250 - £350

178 178. An Arts and Crafts, Scottish hardstone inlaid silver quaich, James Fenton, Birmingham 1909, conventional twin handled form, chased and engraved with foliate fronds, set with Celtic cross and thistle in specimen stones, 11.5cm long, 1.34ozt £260 - £300 179. Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver and turquoise set tray, Birmingham 1920, model 5692, plain rounded rectangular form, set with cabochon stones, 38cm long, 20cm wide, 17.63ozt £500 - £700

186 186. A pair of Art Deco white metal vessels, slanted cylindrical form with tubular triangular handles, the top bars fluted, stamped Omega marks, 11cm high, 18.66ozt (2) £50 - £80

180. Omar Ramsden, an Arts and Crafts silver bowl, London 1934, planished conical hexagonal form, with cast reticulated rim of foliate entwined galleries, on six pointed hoof feet, 12cm diameter, 6.91ozt £800 - £1200 181. Bernard Cuzner for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver mounted glass biscuit barrel or ice bucket, Birmingham 1917, the lid etched and incised with Anglo Indian style wreath of interlocking feathered arches, the cylindrical vertically ribbed body with swing handle, number 2347, 12cm diameter, 21cm high £600 - £800 182. Gilbert Marks, an Arts and Crafts Britannia silver dish, London 1899, quatrelobed oval form, repousse decorated with poppies, on a planished ground, 44cm long, 31cm wide, 37.66ozt £4500 - £5000 183. An Art Deco silver cigar box, Trevitt and Sons, Chester circa 1930, cuboid form with engine tunred cushion domed lid, cedar lined, 17cm long, 9cm deep, 4.5cm high £50 - £80 184. A set of six silver Art Deco coffee spoons, Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1961, together with a set of twelve silver plated sugar spoons and tongs, both cased (2) £60 - £80

187 187. An Art Deco novelty chrome plated cocktail shaker, Thirst Extinguisher, modelled as a fire extinguisher, with inscription, cylindrical form, bayonet lid and screw cap nozzle, 29.5cm high £60 - £100

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193 193. A Modernist silver spoon, ME, London 1973, planished ladle form, with stlised chell terminal, 12cm long, 0.83ozt £20 - £40 194. An Italian Modernist silver bowl, Guidoboni Gioielli, marked 800, 16cm diameter, together with an Ethiopian beaker and ashtray, 7.57ozt (3) £50 - £80 195. Three Modernist silver napkin rings, A W, Birmingham 1983 and 1985, straight sided rounded lozenge form with textured bark effect, 6cm long, 3.96ozt (3) £20 - £30

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189. An Art Deco silver gilt mounted vanity travel case, Drew and Sons, London 1937, the toilet items within a smaller fitted pigskin case, forming a tray to the larger case, lined in washed silk, each with its own velvet lined canvas bag, 60cm wide, 19cm high, 38cm deep £1000 - £1500

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190. A French Art Deco silver mounted glass decanter, circa 1930, faceted squat segment form, cut to the outer panels with star burst fan design, 22.5cm high £40 - £60 191. A pair of Art Deco silver and enamelled candlesticks and a timepiece, A L Davenport, Birmingham 1932, green guilloche enamel bands, the clock with swivel frame, 10cm high (3) £100 - £150

196 196. An Irish Modernist silver cruet, Royal Irish Silver Company, Dublin, import marks for London 1973, textured cylindrical form, including mustard pot, salt and pepper shakers, in the style of Gerald Benney, 5.5cm high, 2.55ozt (3) £50 - £80

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192. Hans Bunde for Cohr, Denmark, a Modernist silver plated pebble ashtray, ovoid flattened egg form with cut segment, stamped marks, 9cm long £50 - £80

197. Gerald Benney, a Modernist silver gilt matchbox sleeve, London 1975, textured bark effect, in original leather box, 5.5cm long, 1.24ozt £200 - £300

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198. Gerald Benney (attributed) for Mappin and Webb, a Modernist silver plated stem vase, cylindrical form with conical textured and weighted bark effect base, stamped marks, 15.5cm high £20 - £30

200. Gerald Benney, a Modernist silver gilt and enamelled box, London 1971, cylindircal form, the lid with concentric rings of white and red enamel, the body of textured bark effect, 5cm diameter, 4cm high, 3.83ozt £800 - £1200

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199. Gerald Benney, a Modernist silver gilt and enamelled table lighter, London 1972, cylindrical form, textured bark effect with push button mechanism, the top with brown enamel, 9cm high £900 - £1200

201. Christopher Lawrence, a pair of Modernist silver salt and pepper grinders, C J Vander, London 1971, cylindrical form, with textured bark effect top sections, the salt grinder with side handle, 12cm high (2) £200 - £400

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202. Robert Welch, a Modernist silver three piece cruet, London 1976, waisted hourglass form, the grinder with hardwood top, the salt and mustard of footed cylindrical form, gilt interiors and glass liners, with salt oar and mustard spoon,14cm high, unweighted silver 9.52ozt (5) £800 - £1200

205. Robert Welch, a pair of Modernist silver salt and pepper shakers, London 1985, waisted hourglass form, with bayonet fittings to the underside, 8.5cm high, 7.09ozt £300 - £500 206. Robert Welch, a Modernist silver salt cellar and spoon, Birmingham 1973, cylindrical pedestal form with glass liner, 6.5cm high, 4.96ozt £200 - £400

203. Robert Welch, a Modernist silver mustard pot and spoon, London 1975, cylindrical pedestal form with hinged lid and glass liner, the spoon of flat oar form, gilt interior, 8cm high, 5.34ozt £200 - £400

207. Robert Welch, a pair of Modernist silver six branch candelabra, London 1975, the bases of capstan form, with tubular arms eminating from the central bosse, each teminating in a hemispherical cup sconce with cylindrical fitting, 13.5cm high, 15cm diameter, 24.25ozt (2) £1200 - £1800

204. Robert Welch, a Modernist silver pepper mill, London 1975, hourglass form with wooden top, 13.5cm high £200 - £300

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210 210. Anthony Gordon Elson, a Modernist silver wine taster, London 1977, convex dimpled dish form with naturalistic vine root handle, model number 598, 12cm long, 3.79ozt £70 - £100

208 208. Eric Clements for Mappin and Webb, a Modernist silver jug, Sheffield 1973, baluster form with elongated lip and angled elliptical handle, on a textured conical foot, 11.5cm high, 4.93ozt Note: Birmingham based designer Eric Clements, worked as consultant designer for Mappin and Webb, producing the well known Clements tea set; alongside his role as head of the Industrial Design School at the Birmingham College of Art. £130 - £180

209 209. Graham Leishman Stewart, a Modernist silver gilt and glass paperweight, London 2007, flattened hemispherical form, aventurine and silver foil included cased glass by Michael Hunter, Twist Studio, set with a parcel gilt electroformed plaque in 999 grade silver with Charles Robert Ashbee motto ‘Humanity and Craftsmanship are One’, 8.5cm diameter, 4cm high Note: commissioned by the Goldsmith’s Company, Goldsmith Hall, as the Prime Warden’s gift for the Court and Ladies Dinner in 2007 £80 - £120

211 211. Alex George Styles, a Modernist silver commemorative cup and cover, Garrard and Co., London 1966, the cylindrical body supported on a central column with three false buttress legs, the lid with a tapered trisection cross finial, engraved with the arms of the City of London and presentation inscription for the City of Lyon, on the visit of the Mayor of London, 1966, on a circular hardwood base, 46cm high, 34.9ozt £1400 - £1800

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JEWELLERY, WATCHES AND PENS 212. An 18 carat gold chain necklace, 7.2g, together with an 18 carat gold pendant with painted portrait studded with diamonds, 6.4g (13.6g) £150 - £200

217. A 9 carat gold Masonic articulated ball pendant, folding out into a cross, engraved with various symbols, 12.3g £80 - £120

224 224. A gents 10 carat gold fire opal ring, approx. size M/N, 7.7g £200 - £300

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218. Two Chinese silver nail guards, one enamelled with reticulated foliate design, the other converted to a brooch, 8cm long (2) £60 - £80

225. A 9 carat gold and garnet ring, rectangular with a central oval stone, within an open foliate cartouche, framed by smaller stones, approx. size L £100 - £150

219. Two 9 carat gold chains, 38.5cm long, 5.2g £30 - £50 220. An 18 carat gold ring with diamonds, together with a 9 carat rose gold signet ring, approx. size J 1/2, 3.8g (2) £30 - £50 221. A 22 carat gold wedding band, approx size L, 4.2g £60 - £100

214 214. A 9 carat gold watch chain with swivel fob, chased and faceted heavy links, 40cm long, 43.5g £350 - £450

226 226. An Indian diamond and yellow metal pendant on chain, the crescent of thirteen graduated rough cut stones, set in white metal, close backed, within an open arcade of diamond chips, suspended from a further diamond set loop, largest stone 7mm, pendant 6cm long, chain 47cm long, pendant 15.6g £800 - £1200 227. A double strand ruby necklace, graduated polished stones, with a high carat yellow metal clasp, 48cm long £300 - £400

222 222. A 9 carat gold wedding band, or gents ring, etched with a millefleur design, approx. size M or N, 9.5g £50 - £80 215 215. A 9 carat gold heavy link chain bracelet, 20cm long, 14g £150 - £200

223. A pair of black pearl and white stone stud earrings, set in yellow metal, the peals 7mm diameter £60 - £80

228. A pair of pearl and diamond cluster stud earrings, the central 9mm stones set with small diamonds, in 9 carat white gold, 1.5cm diameter £120 - £180 229. 9 carat gold including gate link bracelet, pair of onyx earrings, two wedding bands and a St Christopher medallion, 19.5g £150 - £250

216. A yellow metal three strain chain, ball and baton link necklace, 42cm long, 20g £150 - £250

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230. A 14 carat gold and diamond ring, three rows of pitch angled stones, ring size approx. J 1/2 £100 - £150

236. An 18 carat gold sapphire and diamond ring, size J 1/2 £30 - £50

241. A high carat gold and moss agate pendant, filigree petal border, 4.5cm long £100 - £150

231. Three gold rings, including a 15 carat gold diamond and ruby ring, a 12 carat seed pearl and amethyst ring and a reticulated 9 carat gold ring, approx. size J (3) £60 - £80 232. A citrine type gemstone necklace, with yellow metal clasp, 45cm long £60 - £80

237. A diamond and pearl brooch, in the form of a flowering plant, the leaves set with old cut diamonds, the buds as pearls, yellow and white metal, 5.5cm long, 5g £200 - £300 238. A diamond and gold bar brooch, elongated lozenge form, circa 1915, reticulated and millegrain set with graduated stones, faced in white metal, 7cm long, 8.4g £300 - £400

233. A pearl and diamond ring, set in 18 carat white gold, the two pearls flanked by 26 diamonds, approx ring size J 1/2 £200 - £300

242 242. A 9 carat gold bangle in the form of a snake, set with garnet eyes, hinged to the back, London 1963, 19.9g £300 - £400

234. 9 carat gold chains, lockets and earrings, together with an 18 carat gold religious pendant, 38.9g £300 - £400

239 239. A cultured pearl and quartz necklace, multi coloured stones, crystal and pearls on silver chain, 51cm long £70 - £100

243 243. An 18 carat gold and blue topaz necklace, the central emerald cut stone approx. 1.7cm x 1.3cm, supported within a twin horned setting, on fine mesh chain, 49cm long £300 - £500

235 235. An Arts and Crafts 9 carat gold, seed pearl and amethyst pendant, in the Art Nouveau style, together with a peridot and seed pearl bar brooch, pendant 5cm long, brooch 5cm long, 3.9g £30 - £50 240 240. An 18 carat gold diamond solitaire ring, approx. 0.75 carat stone, ring size N/M £300 - £500

244. A 9 carat gold and mother of pearl commemorative brooch, circa 1910, with a central photograph of George V and Queen Mary, 3cm diameter £30 - £40

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249. A collection of 9 carat gold earrings, including a pair of cultured pearl examples, Modernist designs etc., 23.7g £100 - £200 250. A 9 carat gold and garnet brooch, in the Art Nouveau style, entwined foliate and scroll design, 4cm long, 2g £20 - £30 245 245. A three stone sapphire ring, on 18 carat gold, approx. size L £100 - £150

254. An Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled brooch, Gourdel Vales and Co., Birmingham 1909, circular form with green, turquoise and blue enamel on a textured dot ground, with teardrop border, on a safety pin bar fixing, 3cm long £40 - £60

251. A five stone diamond ring, set in gold, graduated stones, approx. size K £150 - £200

246. A ruby, diamond and garnet brooch, set in gold, in the form of a tree, each leaf with a central stone, 7cm long, 13.2g £800 - £1200 255

252 252. A 9 carat gold charm bracelet with seventeen various charms, including articulated, lockets, fobs etc., 57.6g £400 - £600 247 247. A Queen Anne gold mourning ring, inscribed to the interior L T obt, Jun 13 1708, stamped makers mark TG, approx. size L, 4.9g £300 - £400

253. A collection of rings including 18 carat gold and white stone ring, 9 carat wedding band, 9 carat white gold eternity ring and costume rings, approx. size K, gold rigs weigh 6.8g (6) £50 - £80

248. A 9 carat gold mounted watch strap, 6.1g, a silver watch swivel, Birmingham 1901, five various silver rings, paste and costume jewellery £50 - £80

255. Charles Horner, a pair of Celtic style silver cufflinks, Birmingham 1958, circular bosse form with C scrolls and rope edges in the Iona style, 1.4cm diameter £20 - £40 256. A 9 carat golf necklace, in the Aztec style, graduated suspended club batons on an interlocking articulated mesh, 41cm long, 19.7g £130 - £180 257. A Modernist 9 carat gold locket on chain, textured rosette form within an open crimped ribbon border, 3.5cm diameter, chain 50cm long, 11.4g £70 - £100

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262 262. Omega Dynamic ladies wristwatch, stainless steel with original leather strap and buckle, blue dial, 3.2cm wide £80 - £120

258 258. A French silver and enamelled bedside timepiece, Charles Hour, France circa 1900, the 3cm white dial within a wedge form case with hinged front and gilt interior, purple guilloche enamel with painted panels of floral sprigs and garlands, stamped marks, and signed to the movement case, 176522, 5.5cm high £300 - £500 259. A Victorian silver Ludgate pocket watch, J W Benson, London 1884, white enamelled dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, engraved marks and numbers 27832 and 4658, on a silver chain with compass fob, 5.5cm diameter, 38cm long £30 - £50

263 263. A 9 carat gold Tudor Rolex gents wristwatch, subsidiary seconds dial, silvered, with baton markers and Arabic quarter numerals, 3.3cm diameter £150 - £250

264 264. An 18 carat gold gents wristwatch, New Ardath, subsidiary seconds dial, 3.5cm diameter £80 - £120 265. A 9 carat gold Nivada ladies wristwatch on 9 carat chain bracelet, 13.1g £80 - £120

260 260. A 9 carat gold full hunter pocket watch, Waltham, marked for Birmingham 1902, white enamelled dial with subsidiary seconds dial, 7cm long £300 - £500 261. Three pocket watches, including two nickel military issue watches, H Williamson 9036F and Bravingtons GSTP F060670, General Service Time Piece, the third in silver, 6cm diameter (3) £40 - £70

266 266. A 9 carat gold ladies Rotary wristwatch on gold chain bracelet, quartz movement, in box with receipt, 13.8g £130 - £180

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267. A 9 carat gold ladies Tudor Rolex Royal wristwatch, circa 1960, silvered dial with baton markers, 1.8cm £30 - £50 268. A Longines ladies 9 carat gold Presence wristwatch, mesh bracelet strap, gold dial, quartz movement, stamped marks, in original box, 2.4cm wide, 25.6g £200 - £300

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269 269. A Smiths 9 carat gold gents wristwatch, subsidiary seconds dial, champagne centre with silvered chapter ring, 3.5cm wide £100 - £150

272. W S Hicks, New York, an American yellow metal propelling pencil, cylindrical form, heavily cast and chased foliate scroll design with vacant cartouche, mechanical pull out action, signed, the loop stamped with Birmingham assay mark, 37.9g £120 - £180

273 273. Cross, a Classic Century 12 KT rolled gold ballpoint pen and propelling pencil, in boxes, together with a Waterman CF fountain pen with 14 carat gold nib and rolled gold cap (3) £30 - £50 270 270. Alfred Dunhill, a silver plated Rollagas lighter, circa 1960s, engine turned barley design, 6.5cm long £30 - £50

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271. Cartier, an Art Deco silver gilt lipstick case, engine turned cylindrical form, signed Cartier Paris, 5cm long, 1.08ozt £100 - £150

274. Parker 51 fountain pen, teal with satin steel cap, together with a Parker 45 grey fountain pen, one boxed (2) £40 - £60

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COINS 288. A group of pre-decimal coins, including crowns 1935 and 1937, nineteen half crowns 1906 to 1946, three florins 1918 to 1936, George III penny 1805, and world coins £200 - £300

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275. George III Maundy silver penny, 1800 £20 - £40

281. A 24 carat gold agricultural medal, 1876, awarded to Nalder & Nalder at the Turin Agricultural Rally, yellow metal mount, with accompanying French booklet, 47.6 grams (without mount) £2200 - £2700

276. A collection of George I and later British, Imperial and Continental coins, including French Republic Centime, Belgian coin 1752, George III tokens In Memory of the Good Old Days 1768 etc. some silver, £20 - £30 277.

George III, gold sovereign 1817 £180 - £220

278. Pre 1947 silver coins, William IV and later, including half crowns, shillings and florins, 1834 to 1938, 2.76ozt £30 - £50

282. Victoria (1837-1901), Crown 1887, Florin 1849, SIxpence 6d 1887, Threepence 3d 1887 (4) £30 - £50 283. A collection of commemorative coins, including First National Coinage of Barbados Proof Set, Pobjoy Mint tenth noble 1984, Pobjoy Mint set of four crowns to commemorate Duke of Edinburgh award 1981, Royal Mint Papua New Guinea, Jersey and United Kingdom sets, Pobjoy Mint Isle of Man Olympic Crown set 1984 and International Year of the Disabled set 1981, Isle of Man twenty second Olympiad Moscow crown set 1980, Test Cricket Centenary 1877-1977 Official Commemorative silver sterling medal, two Task Force 1982 coins, The Tower Mint City of Bath coin, Queen Mother Crown, George VI five shilling coin, various Elizabeth century coin sets £100 - £150

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284. A group of Polish coins, including silver ten złoty Nato coin 1999, a large group of Polish coins including pre-war, together with German Third Reich coins 1935 £100 - £150

279. Gold proof coins including Australian Nugget, Isle of Man 1/25 Crown, Canadian Dollar, Gibraltar Gram, Liberian 15 Dollar, Peter Rabbit 1/25 Gibraltar Crown, Russian and Mexican coins (8) £80 - £120

285. A group of pre-decimal coins, including a double florin 1887, two crowns 1887 and 1898, two florins, four half crowns 1889 to 1898, George III cartwheel penny 1797, and others £50 - £80

280. A collection of commemorative coins, including a silver ARP brooch 1939, two Festival of Britain five shillings cased 1951, four Queen’s Coronation five shilling coins 1953, five Coronation coin sets 1953, a Royal Life Saving Society medal 1954, an Elizabeth one pound note and various other early 20th century coins £40 - £60

286. Two Polish coins, silver 10,000 zlotych John Paul II 1987, silver 100,000 zlotych Battle of Britain 1991, and twenty mark banknote 1919 (3) £80 - £120 287. A Britannia silver bullion coin 1998, together with a Mexico 25 pesos Olympics coin 1968 (2) £30 - £50

289. Royal Mint coins, including three silver piedfort proof two pound coins, Tercentenary of Bank of England 1994, Second World War 1995, A Celebration of Football 1996, 1997, four silver proof two pounds, Tercentenary of Bank of England 1994, Second World War 1995, A Celebration of Football 1996, 50th Anniversary of United Nations 1997 (7) £40 - £60 290. Royal Mint coins, including six silver proof five pound coins, 1990, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2002, two silver proof crowns 1977, silver piedfort proof ten pence coin 1992, silver proof 50 pence 1993, together with various Royal commemorative coins and sets £50 - £100 291. Elizabeth II notes, ten one pound notes, five series C verso Bank of England, five series D verso Isaac Newton, green issue, two five pound notes, verso The Duke of Wellington and George Stephenson, ten shillings note series C verso Bank of England, Guernsey ten shillings note, and Channel Islands coins and stamp set (15) £30 - £50 292. Royal Mint silver proof coin set of one dollar, one franc and fifty pence, Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Allied Invasion of Europe 1994 £30 - £50 293. A group of pre-decimal coins, including half crowns and shillings, together with six crowns 1972-1981, and world coins £60 - £80 294. Royal Mint coins and sets, silver proof two pound set 1997 and 1998, silver proof crown St Helena Tercentenary 1973, silver proof Memorial Crown Queen Mother 2002, four Proof Coins sets, 1986, 1987 and 1990, Deluxe Proof set 1999 (7) £50 - £80 295. Royal Mint coins, two silver proof five pounds coins of Diana Princess of Wales Memorial 1999, and cupro-nickel five pounds coin of same subject (3) £60 - £80 296. Royal Mint coins and sets, two silver proof one pound coins 1996 and 1997, two Proof Coin sets 1989 and Golden Jubilee 2002 (4) £40 - £60

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297. Royal Mint sets, silver proof one pound set 1999-2002, five pounds The Millennium Crown 2000 (2) £30 - £50 298. Royal Mint coins, two silver proof fifty pence two-coin sets, 1997 and 25th Anniversary of EEC 1998, silver proof two pounds XIII Commonwealth Games 1986, four two pounds sets, two UN50 1995, A Celebration of Football 1996, and Standing on the Shoulders of Giants 1997, fifty pence EEC 1973 (8) £30 - £50 299. Vatican coins, two silver 500 lire June and September 1978, together with other Vatican coins depicting Pope John XXIII and John Paul II (6) £20 - £30

300. Royal Mint coins and sets, Three silver proof crowns, Silver Wedding Anniversary 1972, Queen Mother 80th birthday 1980, Charles Diana wedding 1981, silver proof ten pence two-coin set 1992, twelve cupro-nickel crowns, Queen Mother 90th birthday 1990, three Elizabeth 70th birthday 1996, three Golden Wedding Anniversary 1997, Prince of Wales 50th birthday 1998, Queen Mother Centenary 2000, two Victorian Anniversary 2001, Golden Jubilee 2002, and fifty pence DDay Landings 1995 (17) £60 - £80 301. Royal Mint sets, including five Deluxe Proof Sets, Elizabeth 70th birthday 1996, Golden Wedding 1997, Prince of Wales 1998, Coins for the New Millennium 2000 and Glimpses Victorian Era 2001, four Proof Coin sets, 1983, 1992, 40th Coronation Anniversary 1993 and 1994 (9) £80 - £100

302. Royal Mint coins and sets, including two silver piedfort proof one pound coins 1983 and 1993, three silver proof one pound coins 1988, 1993 and 1995, two brass one pound coins 1997 and a Proof Coin set 1995 (8) £80 - £100 303. Royal Canadian Mint, seven silver proof coin sets of Montreal Olympics series one to seven 1973-1976 (7) £250 - £350 304. Royal Mint coin proof sets, Decimal Coinage of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 1971, Coinage of the United Kingham and Northern Ireland 1978, 1982, 1984, 1985, Decimalization 1991 (6) £20 - £30

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THE SHENNAN COLLECTION OF SILVER MUSTARD POTS PART III LOTS 4001-4169


DAY TWO


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ORIENTAL CERAMICS 306. A small Chinese famille rose reticulated vase, Qianlong mark in kaishu script, footed ovoid form, the body pierced with three rounels, enamelled with bamboo, fern and prunus, the rotating central cylinder painted with bats, in red, the body decorated with a floral ground of foliate scrolls, between key borders and a lappet foot and ruyi head rim, blue mark, 10.5cm high £200 - £300 307. A Chinese famille verte porcelain stick stand, the body decorated with nobles in a landscape, 60cm high £100 - £150 308. A Chinese flambe bowl, Qing, rounded footed form with incised band to the rim, 16cm diameter £40 - £60

310. A Chinese famille rose vase and cover, Qianlong style, 20th century, inverse baluster form, yellow ground scroll decoration between ruyi and lappet borders, lotus flower, bat and caligraphic symbols, printed mark, 27cm high £30 - £50 311. A Chinese Shiwan type pottery vase, green glazed inverse lobed baluster form with moulded ruyi heads, 12.5cm high £20 - £40 312. Three Persian ceramic vases, green glazed and painted, including a pair of necked shouldered vases and an ovoid vase, probably 17th century, tallest 24cm high (3) £50 - £100 313. A pair of miniature Chinese monochrome vases, Qianlong mark, bottle form, 8cm high, with stands (2) £100 - £150 314. A Chinese blanc de Chine figure, modelled as a woman with basket of flowers, 27.5cm high £30 - £50 315. Two Chinese blue and white ceramic plaques, painted and enamelled with emperors and wives, 34.5cm x 24.5cm, framed (2) £80 - £120

305 316. A pair of Chinese famille vert baluster vases and covers, each decorated with floral motifs in polychrome enamels on white porcelain ground, the domed covers with shaped finials in gilt, 28cm high (2) £500 - £800

305. A Chinese blue and white vase, Kangxi mark, inverse baluster form with lid, painted with panels of birds in flowering trees within a foliate scroll ground, between butterfly and gourd borders, 39cm high £70 - £100

309 309. A Chinese sang de boeuf vase, shouldered inverse baluster form, 24cm high £40 - £70

317. A Chinese carved quartz bowl on hardwood stand, purple and green crystalline, reticulated with flowering tendrils around a leaf form body, etched and incised, 21cm diameter £100 - £200

315 306

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ORIENTAL WORKS OF ART 318. A Chinese hardwood reverse painted glass and mirrored fire screen, 18th century or later, blue ground with birds, chickens and cockerels in a watery pine tree landscape, the reverse with mirror, 74cm high £500 - £800 319. A Chinese Mahjong set in hardwood case, bone and bamboo, in five drawers, retailers label for Kwang Liyuen Co., Shanghai, 24cm wide, 20cm high £100 - £150

322. Two North African marine ivory carvings, 19th century, modelled as figures, 21cm high (2) £40 - £70 323. A 19th century carved ivory wrist rest, modelled as an open book, realistically modelled, etched and stained with text, signed, 9cm long £50 - £80

320. A 19th century Indian carved ivory figure of Krishna, playing the flute, on a lotus plinth, 17cm high £70 - £100

324 324. A Chinese bronze figure of a religious man on horse, 20cm high £120 - £180

321 321. A pair of Chinese cloisonné enamelled pedestal vases, Qianlong style, 19th century or earlier, the ovoid acorn bodies on knopped and ogee splayed bases, decorated with peonies on a geometric turquoise ground, below a key and lotus leaf band, the stems in foliate scroll and lotus flower ground punctuated by ruyi head and quatrefoil bands, stamped marks, 36cm high (2) £300 - £500

325 325. A Chinese cloisonne enamelled Gu vase, decorated with panels of storks in landscapes within ruyi head cartouches, denticulated fins to the body and neck, 31cm high £80 - £120

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326. Two Persian gilt brass and jewelled vessels, embossed and stamped, set with turquoise stones and red cabochons, 8.5cm high (2) £80 - £120

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327 327. A Chinese bronze Buddha head, cast in relief, seal mark underside, 13cm high £80 - £120 329 329. A gilt wood figure of Buddha, 19th century or earlier, in seated pose, hands resting together, on a carved ebonised lotus base, the figure 14.5cm high, overall 29cm high £120 - £180 330. An African tribal carved wood figure of a cow, 19th century, modelled standing, with bridal, 32cm high £30 - £50

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331. A large Chinese cloisonné enamelled punch bowl, Qianlong style, probably 19th century or earlier, cylindrical footed hemispherical form, the exterior with a ground of horizontal waves, overlaid with insects and flowers emanating from rocky outcrops, below a band of ruyi heads, the interior ground with ogee ruyi scrolls, shells, flowers and butterflies, the central floral rosette within a foliate scroll cartouche, 38cm diameter £200 - £300

328. A Tibetan gilt bronze figure group of Chakrasamvara embracing Vajravarahi, the four headed Buddhist deity with twelve arms each holding an emblem, engaged in union with the consort, seated in dhyanasana pose on a pierced double lotus lappet base, the underside embossed with quatrefoil symbol, 15cm high £200 - £300

332. A Chinese reticulated white metal and champlevé enamelled pendulum censer, spherical form, cast with dragons to the body, the interor with articulated crucible and rotating cage, the two enamel panels depicting elder with peach and deer, suspended on a chain, 7.5cm diameter £30 - £50

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336 336. A Japanese bronze figure of a rat on a walnut, realistically modelled, 7.5cm high £70 - £100

333 333. A Sino Tibetan Buddhist bronze figure or Shadakshari Avalokiteshvara, the four armed Bodhisattva deity modelled in dhyanasana pose on a lotus base, the principal hands united in namaskaramudra, around a boon, the secondary arms holding a flower and bhodi beads, cast and engraved with jewellery and floral rosettes to the body, 31.5cm high £200 - £300 334. A 19th century Japanese carved ivory okimono, Meiji, modelled as an old man embracing a tree stump, 18cm high £70 - £100

337 337. A Japanese ivory netsuke, Meiji, modelled as two men with a box, 4cm £60 - £100 338. A Chinese stone carving, modelled as a water buffalo or ox and monkey, 9cm long £30 - £50

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335. A Chinese carved black jade and ivory bead necklace, decorated with zoomorphic and character symbols, 63cm long £80 - £120

339. A Japanese bronze and shibayama games counter, relief moulded cranes and chrysanthemums, the panels set with mother of pearl, horn and coral insects, 9.5cm long £60 - £100

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340. A Chinese carved nut string of beads, each modelled as one of the eighteen Lohan, Buddha and lantern, 52cm long £100 - £150

343. Chinese School, man with a toad, ink and bodycolour on fabric scroll, signed, 80cm x 38cm, framed £100 - £150 344. Chinese School, Archer with Sword, ink scroll painting, on fabric, signed, 74cm x 42cm, framed £80 - £120

348 348. A Chinese carved green jadeite pendant, modelled as a double gourd, 6cm long £50 - £100 349. A pair of Chinese reverse painted glass pictures, depicting women in garden scenes with peonies, 66cm x 46cm, framed (2) £20 - £40

341 341. A Japanese carved ivory netsuke, Meiji, modelled as an Inari fox dancer, signed, 5cm long £150 - £250

350. A Chinese glass snuff bottle, cylindrical form, reverse painted with courtiers playing games in a garden £40 - £60 345 345. A Japanese carved wooden Tonkotsu, Meiji, in the form of a Daruma encased in a tree trunk, the eyes inset with mother of pearl and bronze, the fibre rope with carved nut ojime, 13cm long £50 - £80

351. A 19th century Japanese ivory netsuke, Meiji, modelled as a rat and baby in a basket, 4cm £30 - £50

346. A pair of Japanese bronze vases, Meiji, signed Yoshida, Kyoto, footed cylindrical form, relief moulded with geese and insects in a rocky floral landscape, the twin handles modelled as stylised elephant masks, 21cm high (2) £120 - £180

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342. A Japanese carved wood netsuke, Meiji, modelled as a seated blind beggar, signed Gyokuzan, 4.5cm high £80 - £120

347. _ A 19th century Chinese ivory bangle, circular form, carved dragons decoration, 9cm diameter £50 - £80

352. A Chinese bronze censer, footed ovoid form, 13.5cm diameter, 981g £20 - £40

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359 353 353. A pair of Chinese carved figures of Immortals, late 19th or early 20th century, orange lacquer resin on hardwood lotus bases, modelled as Lu Dongbin and Zhongli Quan with their associated attributes, painted and etched detailing, 16cm high (2) £30 - £50 354. A Chinese lacquer tray decorated with a figural garden landscape in a central cartouche, surrounded by floral bouquets and insects, 19th century, width 63cm £250 - £300 355. _ A 19th century carved ivory scholars wrist rest / okimono, the interior modelled in relief with a quarry scene and monster devouring a man, 15cm long £100 - £150

359. A pair of Japanese bronze vases, inverse baluster form, relief moulded cartouches of dragons and dogs, twin handles in the form of dragons and rings, 21cm high (2) £80 - £120 360. _ A Chinese carved ivory teapot, 19th century, decorated to each side with a fruiting peach tree, between lappet and geometric borders, 19cm long £100 - £120 361. _ A Chinese carved ivory card case, 19th century, castle top form, one side carved with figures in a garden landscape, the other in relief with roses in a foliate ground, rose gold attachment to the side, 8.5, 5cm wide, 1cm deep £90 - £120 362. _ A Japanese carved ivory pommel, Meiji, 19th century, carved with heads, signed, 4.5cm long £40 - £60

356 356. A Chinese bronze censer, Xuande seal mark, squat baluster form with relief moulded lions mask handles, 15cm diameter, 604g £80 - £120

363 357 357. A 19th century Japanese articulated bronze figure of a hermit crab, Meiji, realistically modelled with hinged limbs and claws, 14cm long £50 - £100

363. Two pairs of Oriental horn handled knives and forks, the knife handles carved with shishi dog terminals and reticulated naturalistic rocky cliffs, the forks in the form of elders, steel blades and tines, 26cm long (4) £30 - £50

358. A 19th century Japanese bronze figure of a toad, Meiji, realistically modelled in squatting pose, 6cm long £30 - £50

364. Two bottles of Three Barrels V.S.O.P. Rare Old French Brandy by Raynal, 100cl and 68cl (2) £30 - £50

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WINE 365.

Napoleon Brandy by Antonio Nadal, cased, 100cl £20 - £30

366. Exported Lancers Rose Wine by J.M. Da Fonseca Internacional-Vinhos Portugal, 100cl £10 - £20 367.

Marilyn Merlot, 1987, 75cl

£20 - £30

368. A large bottle of The Famous Grouse Whisky, in original box, 4.5L £60 - £80

MILITARIA

372 372. A Colt London model 1849 .31 calibre six shot pocket percussion revolver, 6 inch sighted octagonal barrel marked ADDRESS COL COLT LONDON, the frame stamped COLTS PATENT on the left side, the cylinder stamped COLTS PATENT No 7914 and engraved with stage hold up scene, trigger guard, frame and butt strap stamped serial no. 7914, two-piece varnished wooden grips, with case and accessories £800 - £1000 373.

A flintlock pistol, crude form, 38cm long

£40 - £60

369 369. World War One medal pair: Private F. Yardley, Royal Army Medical Corps; British War Medal and Victory Medal (126045 PTE. F. Yardley. R.A.M.C.), together with postcard of two First World War soldiers (2) £30 - £50

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370. World War One medal group: Sergeant L. Bunting, Motor Machine Gun Service, Royal Artillery; 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal (617 SJT. L. Bunting M.M.G.S. R.A.) (3) £50 - £80

374. Third Reich German RAD Labour Service Enlisted Rank’s dress dagger, housed in black nickel mounted scabbard with fixed single loop, two piece stag horn grip with plated eagle beak and thick cross guard, blade marked Alcoso Solingen and etched with RAD £600 - £400 motto, 40cm total length

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A vintage spring loaded air rifle, no. S12254, 105cm long £100 - £150

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377. World War Two unusual bakelite Brodie helmet, with liner and leather chin strap £100 - £150

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375 375. An East India Company flintlock blunderbuss, 14 inch barrel, lock stamped with the East India Company mark of a Rampant Lion holding a crown, 2 and 1812 to the tail of the lockplate, barrel stamped with British proof marks, with steel ramrod, 67cm long £200 - £400

378. World War Two German Navy (Kriegsmarine) Officer’s dress dagger, housed in hammered scabbard with two hanging strap rings, cross guard with fouled anchor to centre and release clip to the reverse, pommel in the form of an eagle with swastika, white celluloid grip with wire binding, etched blade marked on ricasso with Knight Head trademark of WKC, 42cm total length £500 - £700 379. A late 19th century French percussion musket, lock engraved M’re R’le de St. Etienne, with rod, 104cm long £80 - £120 380. First and Second World War medal group: Lieutenant R.H. Robinson, Royal Warwickshire Regiment; 1914-15 Star (145 PTE R.H. Robinson RWR), British War Medal (LIEUT R.H. Robinson) and Victory Medal (2 LIEUT R.H. Robinson); Able Seaman Robert A.H. Robinson, Royal Navy; 1939-1945 Star, The Atlantic Star, Africa Star (North Africa 1942-43 clasp), Italy Star, War Medal 1939-1945, Naval General Service Medal (Palestine 1945-48 clasp) (P/JX 247754 Robert A.H. Robinson A.B. R.N.), Police Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, Malta George Cross Fiftieth Anniversary Medal, together with ribbon bar and miniature set, framed £400 - £600 381. A World War One Orilux Officers trench torch, in original leather case, 16cm long £30 - £50

376 376. A 19th century Royal Artillery officer’s bullion wire cross belt pouch, gilt metal field gun surrounded by oak wreath, armorial and regimental motto, with leather case, pouch 17cm wide £250 - £350

382. Trafalgar interest, a keel section block of oak reputedly from HMS Temerare, ante 1805, broken up in 1838, paper label attached, 30cm long Provenance: John Beaston, ship breaker at Rotherhithe; Harry Burrows RMLI 1914-18; thence by descent £800 - £1200

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383 383. A military three drawer telescope, leather bound, in leather case, marked, Tele Sct Regt MK II S, HBMCo OS 126 GA, registered 4973, OS 1616 SA, 28cm long £40 - £70 384. A group of military objects and ephemera belonging to Gunner Gordon W. James, including the War Medal 1939-45, Royal Artillery and Surveyor trade badges, a Soldier’s Service and Pay Book, a Soldier’s Release book, identity disc, a Siro Lever pocket watch, a silver diving medal 1915, and other documents and correspondence £50 - £80

388 388. An Indian Damascus steel and Koftgari inlay Khanjar dagger, the hilt in the form of a tiger’s head, 23cm long £80 - £120

385 385. A late 19th century Belgian Comblain breech loading rifle, 31 inch barrel marked G MORDANT LIEGE, frame stamped COMBLAIN BREVETE 31000, serial number 3089 and stamps, with steel trigger guard and butt plate, iron mounts, 121cm long £100 - £150 386. Two World War Two era helmets, including a Brodie and a Zuckerman helmet (2) £50 - £80 387.

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389 389. A World War One fret carved photo frame, jigsaw cut, ovall flanked by flags and canon, oval surmounted by crossed rifles and a crown, opening 14cm x 10cm, overall 36cm x 25cm £20 - £40

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390 390. An Edwardian woolwork picture of military flags, including Royal Navy, Turkey, Italy, France and America, surmounted by a crown, 41cm x 44cm, framed £30 - £50 391. A World War One woolwork picture, flags of the Allied Forces, circa 1914, embroidered with eight flags either side of a central crown, 34cm x 57cm, framed £30 - £50

394 394. Betjemann and Son for Hall and Co., Manchester, a Victorian burr walnut and gilt brass book slide, circa 1860, fretted and foliate chased straps, ebonised to the edges, marked, patent 796, 35cm to 56cm long £30 - £50 395. An Edwardian Chubb and Son enamelled strong box or safe, black with copper and gold stripes, interior tray and compartments, marked for Glasgow, pressed metal plaque to the interior for London, locks stamped and numbered 1841448, 32cm wide, 14cm high, 19cm deep £50 - £80

392 392. A Victorian or Edwardian woolwork regimental picture, for the Wiltshire Regiment, central postcard of a soldier, below two banners, drums and floral garlands, 60cm x 65cm £40 - £60

396 396. A 19th century Swiss Polyphon music box, Douglas and Co., London, serpentine form, walnut veneered, with sixteen discs, 29cm x 26cm £150 - £250 397. An early Victorian mahogany miniature chest of two short over three long drawers, circa 1840, acanthus and grape moulded bracket pilasters, on turned feet, 25.5cm wide, 26.5cm high, 17cm deep £50 - £100 393 393. A World War One woolwork picture with central postcard of HMS Iron Duke, flanked by British and French flags and ensigns within a curtain frame, 37cm x 50cm, framed £30 - £50

398. A George III or IV gilt brass and ivory three draw pocket field glass telescope, Thomas Jones, circa 1820, in fitted leather case, signed to the draw, 5.5cm diameter, 5cm when closed extending to 11cm £40 - £60

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399 399. A George III gilt brass eight draw pocket field glass telescope, circa 1810, probably Berge of London, the outer ring with finely cast fish scale pattern, 5.5cm diameter, 3cm when closed extending to 11.5cm £80 - £120 400. A pair of Harrison sovereign scales in leather case, together with novelty violin case vesta case, knife sharpener and a compass, F Barker and Son £30 - £50

402 402. A pair of 19th century architectural carved wood decorative corbels with leaf and scroll motifs, mounted on metal stands, 40 cm high (2) £250 - £300

403. A Victorian walnut and bead work stand, ogee cartouche shaped form, with floral and foliate bead decoration, on squat bun feet, 66cm long, 34cm deeo £30 - £50 404. A pair of 19th century architectural carved wood panels of scroll and leaf design mounted on rectangular bases, decorated in coloured and gilt enamels 36.5 cm long, 25 cm wide (2) £150 - £250 405. A French papier mache toy growling bulldog, flock covered with nodding head, glass eyes, bristle collar and wheeled feet, (one back foot missing), 57 cm long £250 - £350

401 401. An 18th or 19th century needlework picture of Moses and the Burning Bush, circa 1780-1810, painted and stitched on silk, 28cm x 24cm, framed £50 - £100

406. A collection of 19th century receipts, including a dog licence from 13th January 1869, a wine and spirits receipt from 1867, and Standen and Co. Tailors and Robe Makers from 1868 £20 - £30 407.

A 19th century black lace and silk parasol, jacket and skirt £100 - £150

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408. A horse measuring bamboo walking cane, 20th century, fitted with a hidden extendable measuring stick with hinged spirit level, 99cm high £50 - £70 409. Three books, The Traveller’s Pocket-Farrier, by Henry Bracken, fifth edition 1750, together with The Life And Most Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, by Daniel Defoe, London 1795, and McIntosh’s Gardener (3) £30 - £50 412 410. Two books, The Complete Housewife: Or Accomplished Gentlewoman’s Companion, by Eliza Smith, 18th edition 1773, together with The Book of Household Management, by Isabella Beeton, 1898 (2) £100 - £150 411. Eight volumes Dictionnaire des Peintres, Sculpteurs, Dessinateurs et Graveurs, by E. Benezit, 1966 edition (8) £100 - £200

412. A George III silver mounted horn snuff mull, circa 1800, 8.5cm long £150 - £200 413. A Sonola piano 120 bass accordion Academy Master Piece, with pearlescent buttons, in a pseudo fur lined case £200 - £300 414. A commemorative ebonised casket for the ‘Ceylon Tea Centenary 1867 1967’ with white metal mounts, length 28cm £30 - £40 415. A Congolese ritual knife, Luba or Baluba, leaf-shaped blade and wooden hilt in a two piece wooden scabbard with lion hair tassel, blade 30cm long £50 - £80

416 416. A 19th century micro mosaic paper weight, the central roundel with an image of St Peter’s Rome, on a Sienna marble oval plaque on rectangular black marble slab, 11.5cm x 8.5cm £250 - £350 417. An Anglo Indian coromandel work box, 19th century, fluted serpentine form, opening to reveal a fitted interior of tray and lidded compartments, set with tortoiseshell, ivory, ebony and specimen hardwoods, the back tray lifting up to form a pigeon holed shelf with bobbins, inlaid with an elephant motif to the inside lid, 42cm wide, 16cm high, 30cm deep £800 - £1200 418. A Merida Extrema Diana acoustic guitar, black lacquered with abelone inlay, with Epiphone case £80 - £120 419. A George V gold thread embroidered picture, the central portrait of the Duke and Duchess of York, from 1928, within a disc titled Scotland For Ever, surmounted by a crown and flanked by thistle garlands, Scottish standards and blue and red ensigns, 48cm x 59cm, framed £50 - £80

417

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423 423. An Edwardian mahogany and marquetry memo clip, shield form, satinwood strung with boxwood and harewood fan corners, brass M clip, 13cm long £40 - £60 424. A Victorian tortoiseshell and silver inlaid purse, ogee bombe form, floral spray and tri colour foliate border, red silk pocketed interior, 7cm long £40 - £70 425. A Victorian tortoiseshell scent bottle case, with glass and silver topped bottle, square section domed form, 7.5cm high £40 - £70 420 420. A Pre-Raphaelite woolwork picture, with verse from Henry V, ‘Take me by the hand and say Harry of England I am thine’, 40cm x 29cm, framed £30 - £50

426. Two Victorian tortoiseshell boxes, including a rectangular silver strung box on ball feet and a ring box, 7cm long (2) £40 - £70

421. A Victorian tortoishell ring box, cushioned cuboid form, push button catch with hinged lid, velvet lined interior, 3.5cm long, 3.5cm high, 2cm deep £40 - £60

427 422 422. A Tunbridge ware pin cushion and a Tartan Ware patch box with printed stamp to the lid in Gordon tartan, the pin cushion of cuboid form with red velvet top, decorated with a band of flowers, 7.5cm long, 4cm diameter £30 - £50

427. A collection of daguerreotype photographs, circa 1850, including portraits of a fisherman, labourers, and family photos, within gilt frames, some boxed in leather cases, 18cm x 13.5cm (6) £100 - £150 428. A 19th century walnut writing slope, inlaid with geometric bands, hinged top enclosing a baize lined slope with two glass inkwells and compartments, 40cm wide, 15cm high, 24cm deep £40 - £60

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429. A gilt metal jewel casket, cuboid form, the lid with filigree foliate scroll cartouches in the Persian style, velvet lined, with key, stamped mark, 10cm wide, 5cm high £40 - £60

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430 430. A pair of 19th century French gilt bronze candlesticks, each on three whiplash and deer hoof legs, between foliate lappets, ribbed and strapped beaker sconces, 13cm high (2) £40 - £70

436. Jennings Brothers, a pair of American Art Deco chrome bookends, modelled as stylised swans, on gun metal bases, 16cm high, 13cm long (2) £120 - £180 437. Two double sided Medieval vellum illuminated manuscript pages, 14th century, hand scribed in Latin with coloured letters and scroll decoration, one page 13cm x 10cm, the other of double column script 19.5cm x 13cm, each framed between two panes of glass (2) £100 - £200 438. A yellow metal mounted mollusc shell case, containing four miniature bone Stanhopes, modelled as binoculars and monocular, with charm bracelet attachments, 7cm long £30 - £50

431 431. A 19th century ebony and carved ivory conductors baton, Continental, circa 1880, the finial knopped and leaf moulded with beaded bands, 39.5cm long £80 - £120 432.

A WEM Watkins Copicat solid state tape echo, cased £120 - £160

433. H Bach, Madrid, a 19th century hand painted fan, the paper leaf decorated with an 18th century Flamenco courtyard scene to one side and a similar Spanish scene to the other, mother of pearl sticks and guards, with fret carved applied plaques, engraved and highlighted in gilt, signed, framed, with original box, 30cm long, 55cm open £300 - £500 434. A Victorian beadwork walnut and parquetry inlaid tray or stand, Persian style foliate scroll design, on four ebonised feet, 57cm x 29cm £40 - £70 435. A set of John Player & Sons Cigarette cards, Types of Horse, 68cm x 37cm including mount, framed £30 - £50

439 439. A pair of Art Deco macassar and ivory twin branch candelabra, the central cube flanked by curved arms with square sconces and cylindrical cavities, on rectangular base, 27.5cm long, 16cm high (2) £180 - £220 440. An Arts and Crafts carved wood double picture frame, circa 1900, textured with relief moulded stylised poppies, in the Art Nouveau style, each opening 34.5cm x 15.5cm, overall 48cm x 42.5cm £50 - £80

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441 441. Robert Mouseman Thompson of Kilburn, a pair of Arts and Crafts carved oak wall lights, scroll bracket form, 23cm long (2) £200 - £300

445 445. After Francesco Laurana, portrait bust of Ippolita Maria Sforza, polychrome plaster cast circa 1889, after the original marble example circa 1472 in the Berlin museum, impressed mark 185, 50cm high

442 442. An Inuit carved stone sculpture, signed D Erkot, modelled as a man with seal, 18cm high £80 - £120

Note: an example of the cast version is also in the Victoria and Albert Museum, sometimes described as a Princess of Aragon or Florentine Noble Woman £200 - £300 446. 20th century, bronze figure of a race horse, apparently unsigned, on marble plinth, 29cm high £200 - £300

443. A 19th century French bronze figure of a Napoleonic 1812 Dragoon trumpeter, with the tricolour flag, resting on a broken wheel, on marble base, 21cm high £40 - £70

447 444 444. A pair of 19th century bronze and ormolu figures of winged putti, one modelled with bow and arrow, the other kneeling mending an arrow, both on naturalistic gilt bases and marble plinths, 33cm high (2) £500 - £800

447. Franz Bergman (Bergmann), a Boy Riding Pig car mascot, circa 1910, silvered bronze, 13cm high £100 - £200 448. Three carved rock crystal and blue hardstone Rolls Royce Spirit of Ecstacy car mascots, on carved plinths, lapis lazuli type, largest figure 15cm high, 22cm including plinth (6) £50 - £80

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449 449. Ferdinando Vichi (1875-1945), an Italian Art Deco carved alabaster figure of a nude bather, circa 1925, modelled in a bathing cap, a the edge of a shore, with shell, signed, 23cm high £400 - £600 450. Peter Tereszczuk, an Art Deco Austrian bronze figure of kneeling boy, circa 1925, on a wooden base, signed, 13cm high £60 - £100 451. After Ferdinand Preiss, Leiselotte, a bronze and ivorine figure of a ballet girl, incised signature, L’Art Bronze, France seal mark, on green granite cylindrical base, 32cm high £200 - £300

450 452. Geoffrey Dashwood (b.1947), bronze figure of a Capercaillie, cast and incised 1 of 25, on wooden base, 22cm high £1000 - £1500 453. A bronzed plaster bust of a boy, signed BM 70, on wooden plinth, 44cm high including base £60 - £100 454. Karl Hagenauer, an Austrian Art Deco brass and ebony sculpture, after 1927, modelled as a figure on a boat in full sail, stamped marks, 45cm long, 45cm high £500 - £700

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455 455. Josef Lorenzl, an Art Deco silvered bronze figure of a nude woman dancing, circa 1925, on pale green onyx base, 44cm high £1200 - £1800

456. Karl Hagenauer, a pair of Austrian Art Deco brass bookends, after 1927, modelled as figures on horseback, stamped marks, 12.5cm high, 13cm wide £400 - £600

457. Karl Hagenauer, an Austrian Art Deco brass and hardwood sculpture, after 1927, modelled as a hunter with spear and shield, stamped marks, 28cm high, 35.5cm long £1000 - £1500 458. Karl Hagenauer, an Austrian Art Deco brass figure, after 1927, modelled as a dancer, one arm raised, stamped marks, 28cm high £400 - £600

458 460. An Art Deco bronzed figure of a male gymnast, arms raised, on a gilt base, 28.5cm high £50 - £80 461. An Art Deco cast white metal mannequin or millinery bust, the female head form mounted on a stepped rectangular oak plinth base colour washed in red £150 - £250

459. An Art Deco chrome figure of a running dog, on granite base, 26cm long £70 - £100

456 461

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METALWARE AND LIGHTING 462. An 18th century pewter quaich, relief moulded wrythen fluting to the body, scroll handles, 18cm £20 - £30 463. A Charles II style pewter candlestick, mark of William Dyer or William Daveson (Masse 114), York type, octagonal base with reeded cluster columns, 16cm high £50 - £80 464. A 19th century pewter plate, engraved with the arms and crest of the Marquess of Conyngham, coronet to the rim, 34.5cm diameter £40 - £60

480. An 18th century Rococo pewter bombe sugar box and cover, touchmarks crowned X, Engels, Harington (?), lobed ogee form, with reticulated shell scroll gallery and scroll feet, flame finial, approx 17cm long £100 - £150 481. A Victorian cast iron urn and cover, circa 1840, twin handled pedestal form, foliate moulded, 20cm high £20 - £30 482. A large 17th or early 18th century broad rimmed pewter charger, moulded fluted rim, touchmarks and initials, 46cm diameter £220 - £280

465. A collection of 18th century and later pewter spoons, some with cast figural terminals, various touchmarks LER etc., 19.5cm long (6) £40 - £60 466. An 18th century pewter Monteith wine cooler, twin handled footed form with ogee crenellated rim, 37cm wide £40 - £60 467. A 17th century pewter broad rimmed alms dish, circa 1675, probably Low Countries, central Byzantine scene of Mother and Child on donkey, within a wrigglework border and plain rim, 38cm diameter £200 - £300 468. Two 17th century Spanish bronze mortars and a pestle, of cylindrical pan top form, each with fin decoration, one cast as pilasters, 11cm diameter (3) £50 - £80 469. An 18th century pewter quaich, touchmark I I B and date 17?? with lion rampant, plain pierced handles, 26cm long £30 - £40 470. A William III pewter tazza, plain wide brimmed form, on knopped and stepped pedestal base, 22cm diameter £50 - £80 471. Two 18th or 19th century pewter spitoons, squat ovoid form with flared rim, touchmarks, 21cm and 23cm diameter (2) £40 - £60 472. An 18th century pewter quaich, plain bowl form with pierced handles, London touchmarks to each, 29cm long £60 - £80 473. Two 18th century pewter bleeding bowls, circular and oval form with fluted rims, 20cm diameter and 19cm wide £80 - £120 474. A James II pewter broad rimmed dish, circa 1685, with wrigglework floral design to the border, 32cm diameter £40 - £60

483 & 484 483. Alfred Salzmann, a Persian style bronze vase, circa 1890, shouldered form, incised Islamic knot and ogee arcaded decoration, impressed marks, Jerusalem, Palestine, 12.5cm high £100 - £150 484. Alfred Salzmann, a Persian style bronze vase, circa 1890, shouldered form, chased and incised with a band of foliated scrolls, Arabic script marks, 12cm high £100 - £150 485. WMF, a pair of Jugendstil brass candlesticks, in the style of Josef Hoffmann, embossed with bands of stylised heart leaves, the beaded sconces supported on slender turned cylindrical stems, stamped marks, 21cm high (2) £50 - £80

475. An 18th century Scottish pewter tappit hen, planished to the neck, 28cm high £100 - £150 476. A George II pewter plain rimmed platter and plate, Stynt Duncombe of Bewdley (Cotterell 1466), circa 1700 - 1750, touchmarks Duncumb [sic] and London etc.31cm and 28cm diameter (2) £60 - £80 477. An 18th century pewter measure, lidded, with flat lid and double volute thumbpiece, 20cm high £100 - £150 478. A collection of 18th and 19th century pewter beakers and measures, turned ring decoration to some, 11cm high (10) £20 - £40 479. A 19th century pewter shaker, cupped baluster form on pedestal foot, 18cm high £20 - £40

486 486. A French Art Deco pewter beaker, in the style of Jean Despres, planished conical form with studded strap band, stamped marks Etain 95%, 10cm high £30 - £50

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487. Sigefried Wagner for Mogens Ballin, a Danish Art Nouveau pewter vase, circa 1900, conical baluster form, embossed with flaming rock design, stamped marks 1919, 15cm high £50 - £70 488. Oliver Baker for Liberty and Co., two Tudric pewter golf trophy tankards, 066, planished with cast medallions and inscriptions both for New Barcelona Golf Club 1926, 11cm and 13cm high (2) £30 - £50

491. An Art Nouveau brass and copper candlestick, naturalistically modelled as entwined leaves and tendril, on three whiplash feet, supporting a petal sconce, 24.5cm high £30 - £50 492. An Arts and Crafts pewter twin handled bowl, set with Ruskin cabochons, pedestal ogee ovoid form, fleur de lys handles set with turquoise roundels, 23.5cm wide £80 - £120 493. A E Jones, an Arts and Crafts copper and silver overlay tea caddy, circa 1915, cylindrical form, planished and applied with laurel and ribbon borders and penants, stamped marks 2514 £120 - £150

494 489 489. Otto Heintz for Heintz Art Metal Shop, an Arts and Crafts bronze and silver overlay vase, shouldered form, decorated with a stylised lily, stamped marks and number 3816, 11.5cm high £100 - £150 490. An American Secessionsit style bronzed copper inkwell, K and Co., circa 1910, cuboid form, enamelled with geometric banding of traingles and dots, 8cm square, 6.5cm high £20 - £40

494. Hugo Leven for Kayserzinn, a Jugendstil pewter chamberstick, model 4406, circa 1900, naturalistic form, relief moulded with budding sinuous tendrils, 20cm long £60 - £100 495. WMF, a Jugendstil brass tray, oval form, with pewter inlaid triangle motifs, stamped marks, 45cm long £20 - £40 496. WMF, a set of six Jugendstil brass and pewter inlaid glass holders with etched glasses, inlaid triangle and zig zag motifs £30 - £50 (6)

497 497. Hugo Leven for Kayserzinn, a Jugendstil pewter watering can, number 4205, circa 1900, baluster form, relief moulded in the Art Nouveau style with fish in a lily pond, the finial in the form of a snail, sinuous foliate handle and elongated petal ended spout, 23cm high £280 - £350 491

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498 498. Jennings Brothers, an American Art Nouveau copper inkwell, Rococo bombe form, relief moulded with sinuous tendrils and flowers, on four stylised cabriole legs, cast marks, 117, 8cm high £30 - £50 499. Royal Selangor for Victoria and Albert Museum, a cast pewter photo frame, 1998, arch topped, modelled with clover leaves to each corner, in the Arts and Crafts style, velvet easel back, impressed marks V&A 3051, opening 14cm x 9cm, overall 20cm x 16cm £20 - £40

502 502. J & F Pool, Hayle (attributed), an Arts and Crafts copper charger, in the Newlyn style, repousse decorated with a border of fish on an aquatic rippled ground, planished and dimpled, 41cm diameter £100 - £150 503. An Arts and Crafts copper and white metal dish, planished circular form, repousse decorated with knotted bows and reverse set with stylised heart motifs, 32cm diameter £60 - £100 504. An Arts and Crafts oak and Ruskin cabochon mirror, recangular form with slender chamfered crosshead, above an oval green glazed roundel set in a copper plaque, bevelled glass 31cm x 23cm, overall 52cm x 41cm £100 - £150

500 500. WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated five piece tea and coffee set, rounded conical form, embossed with a ribbed band punctuated by raised diamond cartouches, including teapot, coffee pot, jug, sugar bowl and tray, 38cm long (5) £250 - £350

505 501 501. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., a Tudric pewter jug, model 0958, planished and moulded with knotted tendril design, rattan handle, 12cm high £50 - £80

505. An Arts and Crafts copper mirror, square form, planished and repousse decorated with leaves, glass 19.5cm square, overall 34cm square £80 - £120

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510 506 506. An Arts and Crafts copper mirror, in the Keswick style, rectangular, repousse decorated with stylised tulips and leaves on entwined sinuous tendrils, glass 22.5cm x 13cm, overall 39cm x 29cm £100 - £150 507. An Arts and Crafts copper and cabochon set mirror, circular form, bevelled glass, set with red orange ceramic roundels, 45cm diameter £300 - £500 508. An Arts and Crafts brass Pullman type table lamp with straw opal glass shade, circa 1900, hexagonal section baluster stem on three lobed cabriole legs, the shade with wrythen optic moulding and crimped rim, 3cm fixing, 41cm high,shade 14.5cm diameter £60 - £100 509. An Arts and Crafts brass wall light with green trailed opalescent glass shade, the spear shaped wall plate supporting a tapered bow arm, the tulip shade with wrythen moulding and trailing hanging from the wire, 3cm fixing, 11cm rim, 34cm long £60 - £80 510. Paul Dupre Lafon for Hermes, an Art Deco leather and chrome table lamp, the rotating hemispherical shade supported on two arms, on a cylindrical leather bound and stitched column and flat cylinder base, the fitting housed within a flared trumpet and knop sconce, push button switch, 27cm high £500 - £800 511. An Art Deco wrought iron, lacquered brass and pate de verre glass table lamp, the domed shade of egg form, mottled opaque and aubergine, supported on a four arm square section frame, hammered and textured with vertical stepped brass plates, 37cm high, 25.5cm diameter £60 - £100

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513. An Art Nouveau polished steel and wrought iron table lamp, the base naturalistically modelled as a log, the petal sconce supported on an open crescent arm entwined with flowering rose, 41cm high £50 - £80 514. A 19th century straw opal glass oil lamp and shade, the optic ribbed ovoid reservoir supported on a brass column stand and black pedestal base, the shade, probably by James Powell and sons of crimped flared cylindrical form, 65cm high to chimney £80 - £120

512 512. An Art Nouveau wrought iron table lamp, naturalistically modelled as a branch entwined with ivy, supporting a four paned lantern, over a sconce, 47cm high £40 - £70

515 515. A S Dixon for Birmingham Guild of Handicraft, a brass table lamp, planished three strap form with dog nose feet, united by domed tricorn strap, with tulip head sconce and bisected scroll adjustment screw, 38cm high £800 - £1200 516. A Victorian brass and glass oil lamp, the Corinthian column on tricorn base with three cast winged Sphinx figures, supporting a cut glass reservoir and frosted crimped shade, 78cm high £80 - £120 517. A bronze metal figurative table lamp base modelled as a classical female water carrier figure, circa 1900, dressed in Grecian robes and mounted on a circular graduated base, 34 cm high £100 - £150

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CLOCKS 518. A Victorian cast brass and opaque glass oil lamp, Renaissance style, the column modelled as a Harpy, supporting a wrythen frosted cranberry reservoir and relief moulded onion dome shade, 54cm high to chimney £100 - £150

520. A 19th century French ormolu mantel clock, the movement marked H&F Paris, 4 inch white enamelled dial with Roman numerals and Arabic chapter ring, within an architectural case of domed pediment and cuboid plinth on a stepped base supported on five bracket feet, heavily encrusted and bracketed with foliate scrolls, a shell mask above, surmounted by an urn finial, signed to the dial Dijon, 41cm high £800 - £1200

519 519. A Rolex dealer display clock, Oyster Perpetual Daytona Cosmograph, quartz movement, 34cm diameter £120 - £180

521 521. Henri Picard, a French ormolu mantel clock, Pepin a Paris, relief moulded Rococo form with Sevres style plaque painted with floral bouquet within a tooled gilt cartouche, the gilt chased 3 inch dial with enamelled Roman numerals within a floral wreath, surmounted by a floral garlands, on four scrolled foliate bracket feet, signed to the case and movement, 24.5cm high £500 - £800 522. A four glass and brass mantle clock, 19th century, the oval case with stepped plinth case, the gilt brass and ceramic dial with Roman numerals, enclosing a mercury pendulum and movement striking on a gong, 29.5 cm high £100 - £150 523. A 19th century French Louis XV style gilt metal clock, Parrot Freres movement, the 3.5 inch white enamelled dial with blue Roman numerals and Arabic chapter ring, two winders, within a Rococo scroll and cartouche case, surmounted by an urn and garland finial, 42cm high £70 - £100

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526. A large 1930’s Continental oak cased mantle clock, Kienzle, having a 6” silvered dial with Roman hours, within engraved dial with secondary silent chimes dial, the movement calling the quarter hours and hours, the backplate with Kienzle mark above spread wings, stamped ‘Patented in all Countries’ 33545, 22, the case with stepped plinth and raised on shallow bun feet, 40.5 cm high £220 - £250

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527 527. A George III oak and mahogany crossbanded longcase clock, the 12 inch white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, under a swan neck pediment supported on brass capital Corinthian columns, the body with quarter column pilasters, on bracket feet, pendulum and weights, 229cm high £150 - £250

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524. Albert Ernest Carrier, a bronze pedestal clock, the spherical case with 4 inch white enamelled dial supported by two putti, on a red marble base, signed, 72cm high £500 - £800

528. A George III mahogany and marquetry inlaid longcase clock, Martin Clayton of Manchester, 14 inch enamelled dial with moonphase and marine wheel aperture, below a swan neck pediment supported on Doric columns set with Sheraton style urn roundels, the body with reeded pilasters below a Greek key frieze, floral urns below, pendulum and weights, 229cm high £150 - £250

525. A French gilt brass carriage timepiece, white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, with key, 15cm high £80 - £120

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FURNITURE 534. A Victorian walnut foot stool, circa 1850, double C scroll X trestle supports united bu a turned stretcher, 43cm square, 39cm high £60 - £100

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535. A 17th century joined oak gateleg table, circa 1690, oval drop leaf top on turned baluster legs with ogee skirts and square stretchers, 125cm long, 73cm high, 55cm deep £200 - £300

529. A part 17th century style Dutch panelled oak cupboard, the three bay top with two doors inlaid with parquetry stars, flaking a carved foliate tulip panel, above a two door chest, similarly carved, inscribed and dated 1799, on three ball feet, 192cm wide, 210cm high, 60cm deep £100 - £150

536. An early Victorian mahogany glazed bookcase bureau, circa 1840, the single fold down drawer with writing slope and pigeon holed interior, over double cupboard, below a two door glazed cabinet, moulded panels and acanthus brackets, 120cm wide, 215cm high, 43cm deep £100 - £200

530. A Victorian mahogany pedestal breakfast table, turned and carved tripod base with lions paw feet and ceramic caster, 133cm diameter, 74cm high £80 - £120

537. A George III mahogany and satinwood strung swing toilet mirror, oval glass, bow fronted three drawers, on bracket feet, 60cm high, 45cm wide £50 - £80

531. A reproduction mahogany bow fronted chest of three crossbeaded drawers, of small proportions, on cabriole legs, 53.5cm wide, 66cm hgh, 43cm deep £40 - £60

538. A George III mahogany chest of two short over three long cockbeaded drawers, on turned ovoid feet, 109cm wide, 106cm high, 53cm deep £60 - £80

532. A vernacular elm and ash comb back armchair, 19th century, on splayed and turned legs, 110cm high, 53cm wide £80 - £120 533. A 1920s walnut and burr veneered demi lune fold over card table, on extendable drawer action support, four carved cabriole ball and claw legs, 88cm wide, 75cm high £70 - £100

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539. A George I style walnut kneehole desk, with feathered banding, the central inset cupboard below a short drawer, flanked by four graduated drawers to each side, on bracket feet, 99cm wide, 80cm high, 50cm deep £150 - £250

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543. A Louis XV style carved giltwood settee, three panelled back with Rococo foliate scrolls and shell motifs, on four cabriole legs, 124cm long, 60cm deep £200 - £300 544. An 18th century style gilt gesso and carved wood pier glass and console table, serpentine fronted with open scrolls and heavily moulded foliate cabriole legs, in the Rococo style, the mirror with strapped and scrolled Chippendale foliate and shell motifs and blind trellis apron, mirror 100cm high, 64cm wide, table 110cm wide, 74cm high, 43cm deep £200 - £300 545. A large George III mahogany D end dining table, circa 1810, the two tilt top pedestal ends on four legged sweeping supports and cast brass lions paw feet, fitted with lacquered brass catches, united by a central drop leaf and gate leg section with further insertable leaf, with reeded square section legs, ebony strung, 302cm long, 122cm wide, 72cm high £300 - £500 546. A William IV mahogany fold over pedestal card table, reeded and acanthus moulded column suport, on a quatrefoil and lions paw base, 87cm wide, 75cm high, 44cm deep £50 - £80 540 540. A four tier walnut Globe Wernicke bookcase, graduated glazed sections on a single drawer base, 87cm wide, 147cm high, 31cm deep £100 - £150 541. A George III bow fronted mahogany chest of two short over three long cockbeaded drawers, circa 1810, crossbanded, on cabriole legs, 106cm wide, 106cm high, 54cm deep £60 - £80

547. A Victorian carved mahogany swing toilet mirror, the shield shaped bevelled glass with Prince of Wales feathers and open garland carving, supported on two foliated S scroll arms, ogee serpentine base with two lidded compartments, 72cm wide, 74cm high £100 - £150 548. An Edwardian walnut mirrored and glazed display cabinet, wall hanging, with single shelf, brass plaque inscribed Harry Davis, London Scenes 1926, 46cm wide, 58cm high, 16cm deep £40 - £60 549. A Edwardian mahogany and satin wood inlaid display cabinet, the central concave glazed panel above a bow fronted cupboard flanked by two doors on square section spayed feet, 180cm high, 114cm long, 39cm deep £150 - £200 550. A composite and plaster marble effect Tuscan column, 19th century, realistically painted, 110cm high, 25cm diameter £50 - £100

542 542. A George III mahogany break front sideboard, circa 1800, in the Hepplewhite style, crossbanded and ebony strung with fluted apron drawer below a central drawer, flanked by cellarette and cupboard, on four front fluted and reeded square section tapered legs, 153cm wide, 59cm deep, 92cm high £50 - £80

551 551. A Victorian figured and burr walnut fretted Canterbury, enclosed reticulated chest form, pierced with foliate scroll decoration to each side, the barrel topped lid opening to reveal a dowelled sectioned interior, on cabriole legs and ceramic casters, 50cm wide, 56cm high, 38cm deep £650 - £750 543

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552. A William IV mahogany Pembroke table, circa 1835, single drawers to each side with bevelled edge drop leaves, on turned legs, brass casters, 97cm long, 74cm high, 57cm deep closed £70 - £100

553 553. A 17th century and later carved oak bible box on stand, fluted arcaded panels and board top, on a single drawer jointed table base, 65cm wide, 86cm high, 40cm deep £80 - £120 554. A George II mahogany fold over tea table, circa 1750, flame veneered frieze, rectangular form with ogee moulded section legs, 89cm wide, 75cm, 44cm deep £50 - £80

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555. A George II mahogany drop leaf table, circa 1750, rectangular leaves, on cabriole pad feet, 111cm wide, 70cm high, 42cm deep £50 - £70 556. A George III mahogany bedside cupboard, square section with a single false drawer over a cupboard door and low drawer, the leg united by an X stretcher with central bowl stand, 42cm square, 80cm high £40 - £60 557. An Edwardian white painted mirror backed overmantle, three panels under shell domed arcaded canopies, supported on Doric columns, relief moulded with ribbon bows, surmounted by a broken pediment, 95cm wide, 95cm high, 18cm deep £50 - £70 558. An Edwardian mahogany fall front bureau of small proportions, four graduated drawers with leather writing slope on ogee bracket feet, 60cm wide, 89cm high, 44cm deep £30 - £50 559. A French Empire style ormolu mounted black laquer cheval dressing mirror, the triangular pediment mounted with cornucopia motifs above a rectangular hinged mirror plate raised on arched legs with casters, 190cm high, 91cm wide £450 - £550 560. A 19th Century mahogany bow fronted corner cupboard with brass furniture and four shelves to the interior, 99.5cm high, 69cm wide £80 - £120

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561. A French mahogany ormolu mounted rectangular wall mirror, circa 19th century, the bevelled edged glass within mahogany framed decorated with shell and floral motifs, 115.5cm high, 83.5cm wide £100 - £150 562. A Louis XV style ormolu mounted rosewood bonheur du jour, the mechanical pull out drawer opening the domed pigeon holed interior, with fall front slope, set with a romantic oil painting of courting scene, shelves and marble set galleried top, on cabriole legs, 80cm wide, 107cm high, 56cm deep £200 - £300 563. A French Gilt Gesso Overmantel Mirror, late 19th century, the central oval mirror glass surmounted by shaped panels within a strapwork frame, with cartouche cresting and with floral and leaf motifs and urns to each side, 143.5cm x 94cm £300 - £500 564. Four George III mahogany Hepplewhite design dining chairs, circa 1790, carved shield backs with reticulated fluted splats and inset satinwood rosettes, wheat sheaf and husk garland moulding (4) £80 - £120

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565 565. An Aesthetic Movement relief moulded gesso and oak four fold screen, in the style of Christopher Dresser circa 1870, the top sections with stylised flowering plants forming a geometric trellis, over panels of acanthus lappets and floral motifs, 183cm high, 232cm long £200 - £300

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569. An Arts and Crafts oak bureau bookcase, the fall front flanked by pierced yin yang brackets supporting a long shelf, over a two shelf open bookcase, 75cm wide, 107cm high, 34cm deep £50 - £100

566 566. An Arts and Crafts oak table, in the style of Philip Webb, square section, on splayed turned cylindrical legs, united by four stretchers, 91cm square, 73cm high £80 - £120 567. Four Arts and Crafts leather and oak chairs, in the Cotswold style, tongue shaped back with central splat studded and laced with leather straps, on square section wrythen reeded front legs (4) £60 - £100 568. Shapland and Petter (attributed), six Arts and Crafts oak dining chairs, arch topped and square section mushroom topped uprights, between three stylised fret carved tulip splats, , on tapered legs united by H stretchers (6) £100 - £150

570 570. Goodyer and Co., an Arts and Craft oak armchair, fret carved wing back panel construction, with pierced spade motifs and hearts to the sides and skirt, upholstered crossrail and drop in seat, 84cm high, 59cm wide £200 - £400

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571. Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts oak and tile topped occasional table, rectangular section set with a 15 green tile panel, on tapered and splayed square section legs, united by a low shelf, 54cm wide, 70cm high, 39cm deep £70 - £100

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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572 572. Robert Mouseman Thompson of Kilburn, an Arts and Crafts oak cow stool, the kidney shaped seat supported on three octagonal section tapered legs, 40cm wide, 45cm high £200 - £400 573. Robert Mouseman Thompson of Kilburn, an Arts and Crafts oak cow stool, the kidney shaped seat supported on three octagonal section tapered legs, 40cm wide, 45cm high £200 - £400 574. A Cotswold School oak double music stand or lectern, square section support on cross foot, height adjustable, approx 51cm wide £30 - £50 578 578. An Arts and Crafts stained oak hall stand, arched mirror back, reticulated heart motifs and open cartouches flanking a glove box below a bracketed shelf, 100cm wide, 203cm high £80 - £120 579. A French Birds Eye Maple Console Table and Mirror, the table with central curved support, with table with inset marble top, the circular wall mounted mirror with chrome furniture and decorative silk tassels, the table 96cm high, 84.5cm wide, the mirror 72cm diameter £600 - £800

575 575. An Art Nouveau and later walnut and silk upholstered settle, in the style of Louis Majorelle, the front three legs carved with sylised foliate vines, supoprting a three panel winged back, 140cm wide, 135cm high, 60cm deep £80 - £120 576. An Arts and Crafts oak and leather stool, boarded and peg construction, fret carved trestle supports, the leather seat embossed with coat of arms in the Renaissance style, 35cm high £30 - £50 577. An Arts and Crafts copper fire surround, repousse decorated with dolphins to each side of the riveted hood, above a Greek key frieze and two hooks to each side, 107cm wide, 102cm high, 45.5cm opening £400 - £500

580 580. A Decorative wall mounted console table with marble top, the gilt coloured metal table with decorative swag skirt border, the marble with curved chamfered edge, 96cm wide, 65cm high £120 - £140

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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581 581. A French marble occasional table circa early 20th century, the circular porto marble top with metal rope twist border, mounted on four scroll shaped metal legs with central circular decorative support, 62cm diameter, 41cm high £60 - £100

584 584. A French Art Deco uplighter floor lamp, 1930s, the central tapered lacquered support mounted with circular glass and chrome decorative mounts, and with circular laquered stand with chrome feet, 172cm high, the chrome stepped bowl shade 70cm diameter £400 - £600

582 582. A French Art Deco mirror glass occasional table, the rectangular pink chamfered glass top with glass skirt panel mounted on four tapered mahogany supports, 60cm long, 36cm wide, 51cm high £80 - £120 583. A French Art Deco walnut three piece double bergere suite, circa 1925, including three seater sofa and two armchairs, upholstered in black silk, bowed arms, on stylised scroll feet, 78cm deep, 170cm wide (3) £100 - £200

585 585. A pair of French Art Deco maple bedside cabinets, the mirrored glass tops with etched floral and leaf decoration, above two rectangular drawers with brass furniture and raised on four tapered supports with brass slipper cups, 43cm long, 33cm wide, 59cm high (2) £150 - £150

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586 586. An Art Deco dressing mirror in maple, the rectangular mirror centrally mounted on a curved symmetrical three shelved support with central drawer mounted with chrome handle, 175cm high, 94cm wide (widest point) £120 - £120 587. A French console table, the rectangular marble top raised on painted wood scrolled column supports, 81cm high, the marble 140cm long, 35cm wide £300 - £400 588. A French Art Deco rectangular wall mirror, the mirror plate set within a border of pink beveled and mitred mirror plates, 64.3cm x 46cm £40 - £60 589. A French Art Deco uplighter floor lamp, 1930s, the central tapered lacquered support mounted with circular glass and chrome decorative mounts, and with circular laquered stand with chrome feet, 171.5cm high, the and chrome stepped bowl shade 71cm diameter £400 - £600 592

590. A French maccassar console table and mirror, the table with single drawer raised on a pair of serpentine curved supports terminating in a stepped and slope shaped foot, the circular wall mounted mirror with chrome furniture and decorative silk tassels, the table 59cm high, 50cm wide, the mirror 60cm diameter £300 - £300

592. A contemporary rusticated driftwood dining set of eight chairs and table, naturalistic plank form, the chairs with pierced squares to each, 167cm high, table 202cm long, 101cm deep, 77cm high (9) £80 - £120

591. A contemporary glassdomain glass coffee table, open cuboid form with low shelf, on four adjustable brushed aluminium cylindrical feet, 80cm square, 40cm high £100 - £150

593. A contemporary Glassdomain glass coffee table, open cuboid form with low shelf, on four adjustable brushed aluminium cylindrical feet, 80cm square, 40cm high £100 - £150

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PICTURES 594. Albrecht Durer (1471-1528), St Jerome in Penitence (B. 61; M. Holl. 57), etching, after the 1496 original, inscribed in pencil to the back 1512, 29cm x 21cm, framed £100 - £200 595. Utagawa Kunisada (1786-1864), Tea Ceremony Geisha, woodblock print, published by Uchida Art Company, Kyoto, 40cm x 37cm £30 - £50 596. Hosoda Eishi (1756-1829), Itsutomi, woodblock print, published by the Uchida Art Company, Kyoto, 40cm x 27cm £30 - £50 597. Herbert Thomas Dicksee (18621942), Footsteps, engraving, 38cm x 55cm, unsigned, framed £80 - £120 598. Henry George Walker (18761932), OHMS When You are Ready, I am, etching, circa 1914, signed in the plate, 21cm x 16cm, framed £20 - £40

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602. † Graham Sutherland OM (1903-1980), Articulated Forms (Pink Background), lithograph 1950, signed in the plate, numbered in pencil 3 of 60, 32cm x 58cm, framed Provenance: Redfern Gallery, label verso £300 - £500

604 604. Karel Chaba (1925-2009), Floating Nudes over a Cityscape, coloured aquatint, 1986, signed and numbered 22 of 32, 32cm x 25cm, framed £20 - £40 605. Jonathan Gibbs (b.1953), Breakfast Table with Lilies, woodcut print, signed and numbered 21 of 50, 11cm x 16cm £30 - £50

599 599. Frederick Hollyer (1838-1933), John O’Leary, engraving after the photograph, signed by O’Leary, 17cm x 11cm £20 - £40 600. Charles Crombie (1880-1967), Rules of Cricket, twelve coloured etchings, signed in the plate, 16cm x 22cm, framed (12) £50 - £80 601. Joseph Pimm (1900-1972), Scenes of Birmingham, ten coloured etchings, titled, signed and numbered in an edition of 75, 14cm x 16cm approx. (10) £200 - £400

603 603. † Duncan Grant (1885-1978), Washerwoman II, lithograph circa 1975, signed and numbered 19 of 350, 76cm x 55cm, framed £400 - £600

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606 606. Jonathan Gibbs (b.1953), Sea Bass, woodcut print, signed and numbered 29 of 50, 9cm x 13cm, framed £30 - £50

610 610. John Brunsdon (1933-2014), A Country Lane in Wiltshire, coloured lithograph, signed and numbered artists proof 2 of 15, 48cm x 61cm, framed £70 - £100

613 613. Ann Brunskill (1923-2018), Red Poppy, lithograph with colouring, 57cm x 41cm £30 - £50

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607 607. Robin Tanner (1904-1988), Flowers of May (Garton 26), etching 1972, signed, 27cm x 19cm, unframed £150 - £250

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608. Mabel Royds (1874-1941), Christ Healing the Sick (Shillito 10), woodblock print, signed, 27cm x 24cm, framed £60 - £80

611. John Brunsdon (1933-2014), Church, coloured lithograph, signed and numbered 26 of 35, 60cm x 46cm, framed £70 - £100

609. Mabel Royds (1874-1941), Snake Charmer (M.B. 14), coloured woodblock print, signed and titled, 13.5cm x 18cm £120 - £180

612. John Brunsdon (1933-2014), Zephyr, coloured lithograph, signed and numbered 130 of 150, 40cm x 45cm, framed £80 - £120

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614. Joan Williams (1922-2002), Sahara, aquatint and etching, 1972, signed and numbered 13 of 30, 37cm x 50cm, framed £30 - £50 615. Dame Elisabeth Frink RA (19301993), Corrida Five, lithograph 1973, signed and numbered 19 of 72, 57cm x 77cm, framed £150 - £250 616. Dame Elisabeth Frink RA (19301993), Corrida Four, lithograph 1973, signed and numbered 7 of 72, 56cm x 77cm, framed, unglazed £150 - £250

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617. Valerie Thornton (1931-1991), Pisa IV, etching and aquatint, 1980, signed and numbered 32 of 75, 23cm x 15cm, framed £40 - £70

624. William Henry Walker (18711938), The Primrose Path, watercolour, titled to mount, 19cm x 12cm, framed, unglazed £80 - £120

625. George Barbier (1882-1932), Costume Design, Oriental Dancer, watercolour and ink, signed and dated 1916, 32cm x 24cm, framed £300 - £500

618. Terry Willson (b.1948), Anonymous Proof No. 6, screenprint, 1980, signed and dated, 1st state proof, 76cm x 56cm, framed £60 - £80 619. After Andy Warhol (1928-1987), Mercedes 300 SL Gulwing, 1986, screenprint printed 2007, stamped and numbered 123 of 500, 48cm x 63cm, framed £1500 - £2000 620. Chinese School (18th/19th century), an album of twelve watercolour portraits on rice paper, 28cm x 18cm each £100 - £150 621. Persian School, Nobleman on Horseback, watercolour, 19cm x 12.5cm, framed £130 - £180 622. Vincent Clare (1855-1925), Basket of Flowers, watercolour, signed, 28cm x 20cm, framed £100 - £150 623. 19th and 20th Century School, four Marine watercolours of ships, including George Smith, George Wells and Rig A Patterson, Dover, variously signed and dated, 15cm x 11cm framed (4) £40 - £70

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630. AH (19th century), Portrait of a Young Lady, watercolour, monogrammed and dated 1851, 36cm x 28cm, framed £250 - £350 631. Richmond Markes (act.1890-1920), HMS St Vincent Off Dover, watercolour, labelled on mount, 10cm x 20cm, framed £60 - £80

626 626. Myles Birket Foster RWS (1825-1899), Horse and Cart Passing a Shepherd, watercolour, signed with monogram, 10cm x 15cm, framed £150 - £250

632 632. Frank Paton (1855-1909), The End of an Interesting Tail, watercolour, signed and dated 1901, 25cm x 35cm, framed £350 - £450 633. Charles Brooke Branwhite (1851-1929), River Scene, watercolour, signed, 49cm x 73cm, framed £280 - £320 634. John Finnie (1829-1907), Fishermen in the Countryside, watercolour, signed, 33cm x 50cm, framed £140 - £180

635 627 627. Sir George Clausen RA RWS (1852-1944), Cleaning Up, North Holland, watercolour, signed and dated 1880, 33cm x 23cm, framed Provenance: Butterfields (Bonhams), San Francisco, 27th June 1997 £800 - £1200 628. Charles Henry Clifford Baldwyn (1859-1943), Drovers Path, watercolour, signed and dated 1909, 34cm x 22cm £80 - £120 629. Henry Charles Fox (1855-1929), Returning From the Fields, watercolour, signed and dated 1904, 35cm x 51cm, framed £160 - £220

635. William Lionel Wyllie RA (1851-1931), Walls of St Malo, pencil drawing, signed, 14cm x 23cm, framed £50 - £80 636. Harold Wyllie (1880-1973), An Imaginary Corvette, watercolour, titled, 20cm x 26cm, framed £40 - £70 637. Anthony Vandyke Copley Fielding (1787-1855), Weir, watercolour, signed, 18cm x28cm, framed £30 - £50 638. 19th Century School, Olympia, Venice in London, watercolour, 1892, commemorative mount to a presentation insription for Joseph Lyons and the committee of the event, 66cm x 43cm, unframed £60 - £100 639. Art Nouveau Continental School, Muses in a Garden, watercolour, 19cm x 26cm £30 - £50

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640 640. Pre-Raphaelite School, Portrait of a Woman, watercolour, 16cm x 14cm, framed £50 - £100 641. Paul Braddon (1864-1938), Old Street in Abbeville, watercolour, signed, 76cm x 51cm, framed £40 - £60 642. Continental School (19th century), Coastal Landscape, watercolour, signed C.Voss 1867, together with a similar example, 27cm x 44cm, both unframed (2) £100 - £200

647 647. Myles Birket Foster RWS (1825-1899), Tynemouth Abbey, watercolour, signed with monogram, 16cm x 22cm, framed £300 - £500 648. Gabrielle Bellocq (1920-1999), Meadow Scene, pastel, signed, 37cm x 30cm, framed £200 - £400 649. Charles Henry Clifford Baldwyn (1859-1943), Ducks over a Lake, watercolour, and Pheasant in Woodland, signed, 31cm x 46cm, framed (2) £50 - £100

643. Paul Braddon (1864-1938), Old Street in Antwerp, watercolour, signed, 77cm x 52cm, framed £40 - £60 644. Louis Van Staaten (1836-1909), Dutch River Scenes, three watercolours, signed, largest 60cm x 40cm, framed (3) £200 - £300

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645. Antonio Enrico Fiorentino (1895-1962), Portrait of a Woman, watercolour, signed, 25cm x 17cm, framed £30 - £50

650. J T Steadman (fl.1884-1911), Woman in Woodland, watercolour, signed, 34cm x 23cm, framed £400 - £600

646. H J Birchall after Frans Hals, Laughing Cavalier, watercolour, signed, 66cm x 51cm £30 - £50

651. Maurice Kent (20th Century), Chipping Campden, watercolour, signed and dated 1974, 25cm x 40cm, framed £120 - £180

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660. Norman Neasom (1915-2010), Lovers Embracing, ink drawing, 1966, signed, 15cm x 10cm, framed £20 - £40 661. 20th Century School, Continental Village Square, watercolour, 45cm x 65cm, framed £30 - £50

652 652. David Gould Green (1854-1918), Riverside Barges, watercolour, signed, 12.5cm x 15cm, framed £30 - £50 653. Edgar Longstaffe (1849-1912), Woolmer Pond, Hampshire, watercolour, signed, 30cm x 45cm, framed £50 - £80

662 662. Charles Walter Simpson (1885-1971), Sunset, Ella’s Gorse, gouache, signed, 37cm x 53cm, framed Provenance: Newlyn Art Gallery, Penzance, label verso £200 - £400

654 654. F Tanner (early 20th Century), Titanic, ink and watercolour, signed and dated 25th April 1912, 30cm x 42cm, framed £30 - £50 655. Frank Rouse (act.1894-1917), The Shambles York and Cowgate Edinburgh, a pair of watercolours, signed, 34cm x 17cm, framed (2) £80 - £100 656. Walter Tyndale (1855-1943), watercolour, signed, 22cm x 28cm, framed

Glastonbury Abbey, £40 - £60

657. Lewis Howe Bennett (b.1936), Pheasants in Flight and Farm Scene, two watercolours, signed, 33cm x 40cm, framed (2) £30 - £50 658. Norman Neasom (1915-2010), Dancing Girls, watercolour, 1990, signed, 21cm x 20cm, framed £150 - £250 659. Norman Neasom (1915-2010), Landscape with Pond, watercolour, signed, 14cm x 18cm, framed £20 - £40

663 663. Alan Lowndes (1921-1978), Conductor, ink and pastel, signed, 23cm x 15cm, framed £50 - £80 664. John O’Connor (1913-2004), Window and the Moon, watercolour, signed, 33cm x 40cm, framed Provenance: New Grafton Gallery, label verso

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668. † Bernard Meadows (1915-2005), Nude, watercolour and mixed media on paper, 1939, signed, 21.5cm x 13.5cm, framed £120 - £180

665 665. Anne Harriet Fish (1890-1964), Wedding Group, watercolour, signed, 35cm x 43cm, framed, labels verso £150 - £250

666 666. † Tom Carr (1912-1977), Stalkers and the Gillie, watercolour, signed and dated 1923, 33cm x 50cm, framed £450 - £550

667 667. Clifford Hawkins (20th Century), Eileen Donnan Castle, Scotland, gouache, signed, inscribed verso, 25.5cm x 36cm, framed £20 - £30

669 669. Philip Sutton RA (b.1928), Jackie Oakshote, watercolour, signed and dated November 1960, 20cm x 13cm, framed £150 - £250

670 670. 18th Century school, Riverside Landscape with Figures and Thatched Cottage, oil on board, 13cm x 19cm, unframed £50 - £80

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671. German School, 16th Century, Portrait of an Aristocratic Boy in Bonnet, oil on panel, circa 1530s, 26.5cm x 19cm, framed £300 - £500

672 672. After Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807), Beauty Directed by Prudence Rejects with Scorn the Solicitations of Folly, oil on canvas, circa 1783, 26cm x 26cm £150 - £250 673. After Ilya Repin (1844-1930), Zaporozhye Cossacks Writing a Letter to the Turkish Sultan, oil on canvas, circa 1886, 54cm x 89cm, framed £300 - £500

674 674. Continental School (17th Century or later), St Paul Casting the Viper into the Fire, oil on canvas, 56cm x 49cm, framed Provenance: presented to the Mark Masons Hall, Grand Mark Lodge 1936; label verso with partial inscription W J Barker 1820 £200 - £300

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677. Joseph Thors (1835-1898), On the Warwickshire Worcestershire Border, oil on canvas, signed, 82cm x 126cm, framed £1000 - £1500 678. J. Pratt (19th century), Feeding Time, oil on board, signed and dated 1864, 36cm x 29cm, framed £400 - £500

679 679. Henry Lark Pratt (1805-1873), Strongford Mill, Stoke on Trent, oil on board, signed and dated H L Pratt 1859, 30cm x 46cm, framed

675 675. Follower of Sir Godfrey Kneller (1646-1723), Portrait of a Lady, oil on canvas, three quarter length in oval, 23cm x 18cm, framed £100 - £200

Note: notable for his topographical scenes of Derbyshire and Staffordshire localities, Henry Lark Pratt trained as a porcelain artist, working in Stoke on Trent, before embarking on a career in painting. One of his favourite compositions, catalogued as both Boothen and Strongford Mill, two further examples of this scene appear in the collection of the Potteries Museum, Stoke. His son Hilton Lark Pratt, also became an artist of similar scenes and the two are often confused. £400 - £600

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676. Jane Inglis (Fl.1859-1916), Still Life with Basket of Fruit, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1867, 19cm x 25cm, framed £100 - £150

680. Otto Schuster (b.1924), Lakeside View with Pine Trees, oil on canvas, signed, 69cm x 79cm, framed £50 - £100

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682. Oliver Rhys (fl.1876-95), Contemplation, oil on board, signed, 30cm x 22cm, framed £200 - £300 683. Attributed to William A Breakspeare (1856-1914), In Council, oil on board, signed and titled, 18cm x 30cm, framed £200 - £300

684 684. French Impressionist School (19th Century), Bay of Marseilles, oil on board, circa 1885, unsigned, artist supply retailer for Maison des Arts, 73 Rue de la Darse, Marseilles, 16cm x 24cm, framed Note: Rue de la Darse is now called Rue Francis Davso £30 - £50 681

685. Frederick Henry Henshaw (1807-1891), An Irish Home in the Mountains of Kerry, oil on canvas, signed on label verso, 81cm x 112cm, framed £800 - £1200

681. Curt Agthe (1862-1943), Bathsheba, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly verso, 112cm x 90cm, framed £1500 - £1800

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693. G Lewis (19th Century School), Marine Landscape, Ships in Sail off a Rocky Coast, oil on panel, 12cm x 30cm, framed £30 - £50

686. Impressionist School (19th Century), Coastal Scene at Low Tide, oil on board, signed indistinctly, 16cm x 27cm, framed £30 - £50 687. Peter Clark (b.1947), Lunesdales, oil, signed and dated Nov 96, 10.5cm x 21.5cm, framed £100 - £200 688. Pre-Raphaelite School, Council of Angels, triptych, oil on canvas, circa 1890, in the style of William Morris, 29cm x 61cm and 29cm x 19cm, framed (3) £100 - £200 689. Orientalist School, (20th Century), An Elders Blessing, oil on canvas, unsigned, 44cm x 73cm, framed £1000 - £1500 690. Harry Pennell (1879-1934), Bringing in the Hay, oil on canvas, signed, 89cm x 69cm, framed £150 - £250 691. Sidney Currie (fl.1892-1930), Bury Hall, Solihull, oil on canvas, inscribed verso, 30cm x 45cm, framed £30 - £50 692. Wladimir Magidey (b.1881), Portrait of a Pipe Smoker, oil on canvas, signed, 36cm x 30cm, framed £80 - £120

694 694. 20th Century Impressionist School, Beach Secene, oil on board, signed indistinctly Sue, 38cm square, framed £40 - £70 695. Archibald Peddie (1917-1991), Continental Street Scene, oil on canvas, 40cm x 65cm, framed £150 - £250 696. Continental School (20th Century), Imperial Banquet, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly, 60cm x 90cm, framed £80 - £120

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697. Charles Walter Simpson (1885-1971), Geese in a Field, oil on canvas, signed, 27cm x 37cm, framed £300 - £500

700. Paul Collomb (1921-2010), Port at Amsterdam, oil on canvas, signed, 29cm x 39cm, framed £150 - £250 701. John Frith (20th Century), Parkalnd Path, oil on board, signed and dated 1940, 43cm x 35cm, framed £30 - £50

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698. John Pawle (1915-2010), Fish Market, Menton, oil on board, signed, inscribed and dated verso 1995, 15cm x 17.5cm, framed

702. Kenneth Gordon (1929-1998), Windwept, Parkside Bay Lake, oil on board, signed and dated 1974, inscribed verso, 25cm x 34cm, framed £40 - £70

Provenance: Portland Gallery, label verso

£150 - £250

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699. Michael J Praed (b.1941), Across the Bay, oil on board, signed, 29cm x 40cm, framed £150 - £250

703. Jo Vidal (20th Century), Poplar Avenue, oil on board, signed, 35cm x 44cm, framed £30 - £50

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704. † Ian Strang (1886-1952), Marlow Lock, Buckinghamshire, oil on board, signed lower right, 33cm x 41cm, unframed Note: a painting of Marlow Mill, executed from a different perspective along the riverbank, of the same group of buildings, is in the collection of the River and Rowing Museum £150 - £250

710. Sylvia Collings (20th century), Shadows, oil on board, signed verso, 38cm x 50cm, framed £100 - £200

711 711. Jeff Gilberthorpe (b.1939), Industrial Landscape After Lowry, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1969, 68cm x 90cm, framed, note: commisioned by a friend while the artist was on Compulsory National Service with the RAF £300 - £400

705 705. Rene Durey (1890-1959), Vue sur Paris depuis Meudon, oil on canvas, 1950, signed, 38cm x 45cm, framed Provenance: Marlborough Fine Art Ltd., label verso

£80 - £120

712 712. † Hubert Williams (1905-1989), Family Musical Trio, oil on board, signed and dated 1966, 70cm x 90cm, framed £600 - £800 713. Peter Biegel (1913-1988), Bellowing Stag, oil on board, signed, 30cm x 37cm, framed £150 - £250 706 706. John Christopherson (1921-1996), November Gardens, Greenwich, oil on board, 1967, signed, inscribed verso, 30cm x 33.5cm, framed £300 - £500 707. † Peter Kuhfeld (British, b.1952), ‘The Indian Shawl in the Light’, oil on board, dated 2006, signed verso, gilded frame and glazed. 33cm x 49cm. £300 - £500 708. Harry Riley (1895-1966), Corfe Castle, oil on board, signed, 46cm x 61cm, unframed £80 - £120 709. 20th century, Nude Woman, oil on board, unsigned, 34cm x 23cm, framed £50 - £70

714 714. Reg Gardner (b.1948), Stubble Season, oil on board, signed, 22.5cm x 42cm, framed £80 - £120

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719 715. Bernard Dufour (1922-2016), Moored Fishing Boats, mixed media, signed, 36cm x 44cm, framed £60 - £80 716. J. Pooley, Lake District, oil on canvas, signed, 30cm x 40cm, framed £100 - £200 717. Bernard Dufour (1922-2016), Townscape and River Scene, mixed media, signed, 36cm x 44cm, framed £60 - £80 718. Allan Laycock (b.1928), River Scene, oil on board, signed, 26cm x 34cm, framed £50 - £70 719. † Francis Davison (1919-1984), Fishing Boat at Low Tide, oil on panel, estate stamp verso, 35cm x 70cm, framed £1000 - £1500

721 720 720. Jane O’Malley (b.1944), Still Life in Reds, oil on board, signed and dated 1985, 31cm x 53.5cm, unframed £300 - £500

721. James Lawrence Isherwood (1917-1989), Shawl Woman, oil on board, signed, inscribed, titled and dated verso 1965, 45cm x 35cm, framed £200 - £300 722. Ewart Johns (b.1923), Abstract Trunk, oil on board, signed, 26cm x 51cm, unframed £60 - £80

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723. A ruby cut glass tazza, circa 1900, mounted on a baluster shaped stem and raised on circular shallow domed foot, 32.5 cm diameter, 24.5 cm high £80 - £120

732. A Bohemian enamelled and cased glass bowl and cover, ovoid form, white over colourless, cut with alternating lens and mitres, within enamelled garland and C scroll cartouches, highlighted in gilt, 26cm high £50 - £80

724. Three 19th century glass steins, including two half and one litre, slice cut, one with inset lid and gnome thumb piece, pewter mounted, 23cm high (3) £30 - £50

733. A Bohemian enamelled glass vase, probably Harrach, circa 1890, twin handled ovoid form, decorated with wild flowers and insects, highlighted in gilt, 22cm high £50 - £80

725. Four cut glass and engraved half and third litre steins, three with stags in woodland scenes, one with the Ausstellungspalast, 1873, facet cut inset lids on pewter mounts, to two, 26cm high (4) £80 - £120 726. Seven various glass steins, third and half litre, pewter and silver plated mounts and lids, some inset with porcelain and dried flowers, 18cm high (7) £40 - £60 727. A Victorian cranberry glass two tier epergne, circa 1880, crimped, 21.5cm high £30 - £50 728. Two Venetian Facon de Venise latticino wine goblets, possibly 17th century, the rounded conical bowls with wavy rims, on relief moulded lions mask and garland hollow knopped stems and folded feet, opaque and pink multi stranded and aventurine included, 18cm high (2) £200 - £300 729. A 19th Century French Apothecary Jar and cover entitled ‘Digitalis Purp.’ and decorated in coloured enamels on a faded blue ground, 50cm high £400 - £500 734 730. A Harrach enamelled and relief moulded glass vase, circa 1890, shouldered form, decorated with fish, insects and flowers in a lily pond, 30cm high £40 - £60 731. A pair of tall Bohemian glass vases, enamelled with roses and foliate decoration, gilded feet and top, 40cm high (2) £30 - £50

734. A 19th century opaque frosted glass portrait vase, circa 1860, in the Neoclassical style, slender tulip form with denticulated rim, the black relief moulded portrait medallion of a Roman bust within jewelled beading and raised gilt borders, 30cm high £40 - £60 735. A pair of Arts and Crafts stained glass panels, St Andrew and St Simon, leaded and painted, 45cm x 26cm (2) £120 - £150

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736 736. PreRaphaelite School, a stained glass panel of Lancelot Serenading Guinevere at Arthur’s Tomb, circa 1890, painted multi coloured leaded panes below a trefoil headed arch, on a quatrefoil cheque ground, within a thorny border, 63cm x 47cm, framed £300 - £500

737. Stuart and Sons for White Star Line, a First Class cut glass carafe, circa 1911, spherical form with conical neck, two bands of vertical mitre cuts to the body, below a slice cut neck, hand etched and engraved with the White Star flag and pole logo, 15cm high Note: designed and produced for the First Class compartments of RMS Titanic and Olympia, examples of glass ware in this same cut design have been recovered from the wreckage of the Titanic and others are on display in both the National Museum, Liverpool and the Red House Glass Cone, Stourbridge, where the glass was made. Similar, less elaborate glassware was produced for the Second Class cabins of the White Star Line, with acid etched rather than engraved burgee logos £100 - £200 738. A pair of Bohemian iridescent glass, silver mounted vases, circa 1924, possibly Kralik, waisted gourd form, orange lustre, with silver collars, 19cm high (2) £30 - £50

739 737

739. An Austrian Secessionist iridescent glass vase, probably Kralik circa 1900, shouldered squat ovoid form, optic moulded peacock feathers, with brass grille lid, 16cm diameter £40 - £70

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740. WMF, an Art Deco Ikora glass lamp base, ovoid form with chrome fitting, marbled orange to ochre with veins of red brown, 28cm high to fitting £60 - £100

745. A Val St Lambert style green cased cut glass pedestal vase, ovoid form, vertical bands of chevron mitre cuts flanking graduated lenses, on a spreading foot, 33cm high £80 - £120

741. Muller Freres, a pate de verre glass light fitting, the ovoid bowl with inverted rim, with three satellite conical shades, multi coloured pink and purple draining to yellow, acid signed, 36cm diameter, the shades 15.6cm long, 5cm diameter fixing£80 - £120 742. Muller Freres, a pate de verre glass light shade, double ogee form, purple to yellow, acid signature, Luneville, 44cm diameter, 13cm deep £70 - £100

746 746. Barnaby Powell and Tom Hill for James Powell, Whitefriars, a set of four blue trailed sea green glass fruit bowls, pattern 9313, footed conical form, 11.5cm diameter (4) £30 - £50

743 743. A pair of Art Deco frosted glass figural candlesticks converted to lamps, probably Walther and Sohn, modelled as nude women holding torches, 29cm high including fittings (2) £30 - £50

747 747. Edward Hald for Orrefors, an Art Deco drinking glass, conical form with spherical knopped stem and conical foot, acid etched and engraved with a logo, probably a cruise ship, the rim also etched, incised marks Of. H.2020, 12.5cm high £20 - £40

744 744. H J Dunne Cooke for James Powell and Sons, Whitefriars, a lobed and bubble glass bowl, circa 1935, internal trailed amethyst swirl, 21cm diameter £40 - £60

748

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748. Edward Hald for Orrefors, an Art Deco engraved glass vase, Adam och Eva, circa 1925, cylindrical form, on black glass foot, the central nude figure with falling apples and snake, flanked by figures in contemporary costumes, marked H 1326 AIB, 22cm high £80 - £120

754. Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars, a Ruby Red optic ribbed glass vase, 9582, circa 1960s, 17.5cm high £20 - £40

749 749. Lobmeyr, an Art Deco intaglio cut glass vase, rectangular section boat form, decorated to each side with fish in aquatic setting with seaweed and bubbles, engraved mark, 6.5cmm high £40 - £70 750. Curt Schlevogt, an Art Deco Ingrid glass box and cover, the lid modelled in relief with a man and woman embracing, acid mark, 16.5cm long £40 - £70

752 752. Nils Landberg for Orrefors, a Dusk glass vase, axe form, smokey green cased and chamfered, 23.5cm high £60 - £80

755 755. Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars, a textured glass totem vase, 9671, pewter green, original paper labels, 26.5cm high £100 - £150

753 753. Vicke Lindstrand for Kosta, a pair of miniature glass vases, LH1640, flattened ovoid form with internal green stripe, 8cm high (2) £40 - £70

756 756. Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars, a textured glass Zigzag vase, 9761, circa 1971, Kingfisher blue, rectangular section, 15.5cm high £60 - £100 757. Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars, a textured glass Coffin vase, 9686, pewter green, 13cm high £20 - £40

751 751. Gunnar Nylund for Strombergshyttan, a Shark Tooth glass vase, cased yellow ochre, signed, 26.5cm high £30 - £50 754

758. Amalric Walter and Henri Berge, a pate de verre glass bowl, footed conical form incised with panels and nodules, turquoise green to blue, incised marks, 6.5cm high £100 - £200

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761. Yury Nechaev Maltsov for Gus Crystal Works, Moscow, an Imperial Russian cameo glass vase, circa 1900, splayed trumpet form, the brown pate de verre body carved with a lakeside scene, signed in Cyrillic ‘yu.s N.M. m.k Gus-Krust’ (Yuri Stepanovich Nechayev-Maltsov, heir of Gus’Khrustal’nyy), 15cm high £400 - £600

759 759. Daum, an Art Nouveau enamelled pate de verre cameo glass vase, bulbous gourd form, carved and painted with wild flowers, on a yellow to purple ground, signed in cameo, Daum France and cross of Lorraine, 9cm high £300 - £400 760. A Galle cameo glass vase, daisies in orange over frosted opaque glass, signed with star, 10.5cm high £100 - £150

762 762. A Lalique Clos Sainte Odile wine glass, designed circa 1921, blue stained stem, incised Lalique France, 19.5cm high £100 - £150

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763. Lalique, an Equus limited edition glass vase, designed 2012, number 213 of 999, relief moulded frosted horses on a flared trumpet ground, etched marks numbers, Lalique France, in original box, 37.5cm high £800 - £1200 764. Rene Lalique, a Tete d’Aigle glass car mascot, model 1138, designed circa 1928, blue stained, moulded marks R Lalique France, 11.5cm high £400 - £600

765 765. Rene Lalique, a Deux Chevres glass hand mirror, model 678, designed circa 1919, turquoise stained, stamped mark to metal Lalique, 16cm diameter £300 - £500 763

766 766. Rene Lalique, a Lys glass bowl, model 382, designed 1924, opalescent, wheel engraved mark R Lalique France, 24cm diameter £400 - £600

764

767. Rene Lalique, a Guirlandes de Roses glass vase, model 951, designed circa 1914, blue stained, incised script Lalique, 14cm high £200 - £300

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768. Rene Lalique, a Malines glass vase, model 957, designed circa 1924, opalescent frosted and green stained, acid mark R Lalique France, 13cm high £200 - £300

770. Rene Lalique, a Calendal glass atomiser, model Molidard Atomizer 6, blue stained, with gilt metal mount, relief moulded mark R Lalique, incised Molinard France, 13.5cm high £300 - £400 771. Rene Lalique, a Calypso glass ceiling bowl, model 10381, designed circa 1932, opalescent frosted, acid mark R Lalique France, 30cm diameter £400 - £600 772. Rene Lalique, a Fleurs glass cane handle, model Cane Handle 1, designed circa 1905, peach stained, apparently unsigned, attached to a silver mounted rosewood cane, 9cm £400 - £600 773. Rene Lalique, a Marguerites glass bowl, model 10-404, designed circa 1941, blue stained, acid mark Lalique France £250 - £350

769 769. Rene Lalique, a Four Figurines glass atomiser, model Marcas et Dardel [Bardel] Atomizer 6, designed circa 1927, octagonal section, blue green stained, chrome mounted, incised moulded mark R Lalique Made in France, 13cm high £300 - £400

774 774. Rene Lalique, a Fougeres glass vase, model 923, designed circa 1912, brown and grey stained, incised mark Lalique, 16cm high £500 - £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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775. Rene Lalique, a Madagascar glass bowl, model 403, designed circa 1928, blue opalescent frosted, moulded mark R Lalique France, 33cm diameter, 12cm high £4000 - £6000

776. Rene Lalique, a Courges glass vase, model 900, designed circa 1914, electric blue with white staining, incuse moulded mark R Lalique, 18.7cm high £6000 - £8000

777

776

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777. Rene Lalique, a Victoire glass car mascot, model 1147, designed circa 1928, frosted, moulded mark R Lalique France, 26cm long, 15cm high £3000 - £5000

END OF DAY TWO

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CONTINENTAL CERAMICS 782. Johann Baptist Stahl for Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, relief moulded in the Black Whale at Ascalon, number 2363, circa 1897, pewter mount and inset lid, 21cm high £30 - £50

788. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Jugendstil wheat and heart design, in the Art Nouveau style, number 2802, circa 1903, pewter mount and inset lid, 22cm high £40 - £60

783. Ludwig Hohlwein for Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Prosit with figures, number 3280, circa 1909, pewter mount and inset lid, 14cm high £30 - £50

778 778. Heinrich Schlitt for Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a litre stein, incised Thirsty Knight, Der Durstige Ritter, number 2382, circa 1900, pewter mount and inset relief moulded lid, 30cm high £50 - £80 779. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, relief moulded children on Bock Bier barrel, number 783, circa 1885, pewter mount and inset lid, 20cm high £30 - £50

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784. Ludwig Hohlwein for Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Hoch Sport with figures, number 3281, circa 1909, pewter mount and inset lid, 14cm high £30 - £50

789. Heinrich Schlitt for Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised with a tavern scene and verse, number 2090, circa 1894, pewter mount and inset lid, 21cm high £40 - £60

780. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a litre stein, incised Cavalier and Blacksmith, number 2639, circa 1899, pewter mount and inset lid, 26.5cm high £40 - £70

785 785. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, two half litre book steins, incised and relief moulded Natural Sciences and Architecture, number 2001 E and F, circa 1897 and 1899, pewter mounts and inset lids, 17cm high (2) £60 - £100 786. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre Berlin stein, incised Berlin cityscape, number 2024, circa 1898, pewter mount and inset lid, 18cm high £40 - £60 781 781. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Jugendstil wheat and heart design, in the Art Nouveau style, number 2802, circa 1903, pewter mount and inset lid, 22cm high £40 - £60

787. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Jugendstil wheat and heart design, in the Art Nouveau style, number 2802, circa 1903, pewter mount and inset lid, 22cm high £40 - £60

790 790. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Jugendstil design, stylised seed pods in the Art Nouveau manner, number 2994, circa 1904, pewter mount and inset lid, 19.5cm high £40 - £60 791. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a third litre stein, relief moulded cameo hunters with boar, number 2530, circa 1898, pewter mount and inset lid, 18cm high £30 - £50

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795. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, printed under glaze, Koln, number 1526, circa 1890, pewter mount and lid, 15cm high £20 - £30

800. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, printed under glaze with Falstaff, number 1909, circa 1897, pewter mount and lid, 20cm high £30 - £50

796. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised four panels of apprentice journeyman and master architects, number 1379, circa 1884, pewter lid, 21cm high £20 - £40

801. Christian Warth for Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised forest drinkers, number 1527, circa 1893, pewter mount and inset lid, 23cm high £40 - £70

792 792. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Courting Couple with Storks, number 1968, circa 1889, pewter mount and inset lid, 21cm high £20 - £40 793. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, printed processional beer scene, Bierprobe, number 280, circa 1892, pewter mount and lid, 23.5cm high £20 - £40

802

797 797. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a litre stein, relief moulded revellers with band and dancers, number 485, circa 1890, pewter mount and lid, 26cm high £30 - £50

794 794. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a pair of half litre steins, relief moulded and applied tree stump and wheat with haymakers, number 1028, circa 1890, pewter mount and inset lid, 17cm high (2) £20 - £30

798. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, relief moulded drinking figures in lustre foliate arcading, circa 1850, pewter mount and inset lid, 24cm high £50 - £80

802. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised and moulded tapestry of man with guitar, number 1645, circa 1889, pewter mount and lid, 16cm high £30 - £50 803. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, relief moulded tavern musician, number 2358, circa 1897, pewter mount and inset lid with corn finial, 19cm high £30 - £50

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799. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, relief moulded in the form of a barrel, with turnip finial, number 468, circa 1860, pewter mount and inset lid, £40 - £70 16cm high

804. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised and jewelled mosaic of leaves and dots, number 1288, circa 1887, pewter mount and inset lid, 20cm high £30 - £50

795

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805. Fritz Quidenus for Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised tavern waitress scene, number 2716, circa 1901, pewter mount and inset lid, monogram, 22.5cm high £40 - £60

809. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Bicycle scene with seven bicycles, number 2190, circa 1897, pewter mount and inset lid, 22cm high £40 - £70

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806. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Blacksmith emblems and arms and verse, number 2729, circa 1901, pewter mount and inset lid, 22cm high £40 - £60

810. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, transfer printed Lauenb. Jager Batallion Nr 9, number 2140, circa 1900, pewter mount and lid, 21.5cm high £30 - £50

807. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Loreley River Scene, Ich Weiss Nicht Was Soll es Bedeuten, number 2833 C, circa 1903, pewter mount and inset lid, 21cm high £40 - £60

811. C Gorig for Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Hunters Tales, Es Lebe der Nimrod, number 1508, circa 1885, pewter mounted and inset lid, signed, 23cm high £40 - £70

813. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Tavern Scene, number 2693, circa 1901, pewter mounted with inset lid, 26cm high £40 - £70

814 814. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Gnomes at work, number 1476, circa 1885, pewter mount and inset relief moulded lid, 20cm high £40 - £60 815. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a litre Lohengrin stein, incised with the wedding march of the Swan Knight, number 2391, circa 1898, pewter mounted with inset relief moulded lid and handle, 28cm high £60 - £80 816. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Egyptian tavern scenes, number 2583, circa 1907, pewter mounted with inset lid, 21.5cm high £60 - £80

808. Christian Warth for Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Tavern Scene, Ein Glas beim Freund, number 1932, circa 1907, pewter mounted with inset lid, signed, 22.5cm high £40 - £70

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812. Christian Warth for Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Tavern Musician and Girl, number 1164, circa 1885, pewter mounted with inset lid, signed, 22.5cm high £40 - £70 817

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817. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Masonic Cabinetmaker emblem, number 2721, circa 1903, pewter mounted with inset lid, 22cm high £40 - £70

822. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a litre stein, relief moulded cavaliers in four panels, number 1288, circa 1887, pewter mount and inset lid, 27cm high £40 - £60

818. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised four panel hunters, number 1695, circa 1902, pewter mount and inset relief moulded lid, 24cm high £40 - £60 819. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised scene of Stuttgart, number 1863, circa 1899, pewter mount and inset lid, 22.5cm high £40 - £60

829 829. A half litre commemorative stein, printed Stieglbrau 1492 1926, blue decoration, 12.5cm high £20 - £30

823 823. R Buch for Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, transfer printed smoking soldier, number 1530, circa 1891, pewter mount and inset lid, 22cm high £30 - £50

820 820. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised with Gambrinus in a garden with verse above, number 2027, circa 1891, pewter mount and inset lid, 22cm high £50 - £80

824. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, printed Student Society, Gaudeamus Igitur, number 1526, circa 1905, pewter mount and lid, 16cm high £30 - £50 825. Fritz Quidenus for Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a litre stein, incised tavern scene with jester on a table, number 2532, circa 1901, pewter mount and inset lid, 26cm high £60 - £80 826. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a litre stein, relief and tapestry moulded man smoking a pipe, in colours, number 1759, circa 1887, pewter mount and inset lid, 23cm high £30 - £50 827. R Buch for Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, printed under glaze with man smoking, number 1530, circa 1894, pewter mount and inset lid, 22.5cm high £40 - £60 828. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a litre stein, relief moulded singers, red ground, number 202, circa 1870, pewter mount and lid, 24.5cm high £40 - £60

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830 830. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a quarter litre stein, incised Munich Child, number 2052, circa 1899, pewter mount and inset lid, 13.5cm high £20 - £40 831. Three German litre and half litre steins including Ludwig Mory, Hauber and Reuther and another, incised and printed designs, Munich Child and tavern scenes, 24cm high (3) £40 - £60 832. Two relief moulded half litre steins, one with portrait roundels of German Kaisers, the other for Wartburg, pewter lids, 24cm high (2) £30 - £50 833. Three steins including a Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch relief moulded half litre, number 402, circa 1890, with knight and shield, together with two others, transfer printed, pewter mounts and lids, 24cm high (3) £40 - £60

821. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Quilmes Cerveceria Argentina brewery, number 2900, circa 1906, pewter mount and inset lid, 23cm high £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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841. Three half and 0.4 litre steins, including printed and painted, Lederer Brau, Nurnberg, pewter mounts and lids, 19cm high (3) £30 - £50

837 837. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a pair of quarter litre beakers, transfer printed with Fiddler and Barmaid, number 1023 and 1025 on 2327, circa 1898, 13cm high (2) £30 - £50

834 834. Ludwig Hohlwien for Merkelbach and Wick, a Jugendstil half litre stein, stencilled and painted floral and rope design, relief moulded pewter lid, monogram, 17cm high £30 - £50

842 842. An 18th century German faience stein, Hannoversch Munden, painted and transfer printed with a horse, within polychrome forest landscape, pewter lid, dated 1789, 22cm high £100 - £150

835. Three half litre steins, relief moulded and incised decoration including historical German beer celebration with thirsty Romans rushing to join, pewter mounts and inset lids, 24cm high (3) £40 - £60

838 838. An Austrian Gmunden faience stein, circa 1800, polychrome painted with bird of prey on garden landscape, pewter lid and foot, 23cm high £80 - £120 839. Four German porcelain litre and half litre steins, painted and printed with various figural scenes, pewter mounts and lids, 27.5cm high (4) £60 - £100 843 843. E Bohne Soehne, a novelty half litre character stein, modelled as a Devil or Satan head, grimacing, pewter mount and inset lid, 17cm high £120 - £180 836 836. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a 3.25 litre beer jug, printed with fisherman and woman, number 1197 on 2893, circa 1890, pewter mount and lid, 34cm high £100 - £150

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844. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, relief moulded tubeline floral design in the Art Nouveau style, number 1802, circa 1887, pewter mount and inset lid, 17cm high £20 - £30

840. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a novelty vase in the form of a boot, with stirrup and verse, circa 1870, realistically modelled, 18cm high, 29cm long £60 - £80

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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845 845. E Bohne Soehne, a novelty half litre character stein, realistically modelled as a skull on a book, Gaudeamus Igitur, pewter mount and inset lid, impressed numbers 9136/3, 13.5cm high £50 - £80 846. E Bohne Soehne, a novelty half litre character stein, realistically modelled as a skull, pewter mount and inset lid, underglaze blue anchor mark, 16cm high £40 - £60

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849 849. Schierholz, a novelty half litre character stein, modelled as a Sad Raddish, pewter mount and inset lid, printed marks, 20cm high £80 - £120

852. Schierholz, a novelty third litre character stein, modelled as a Pig, pewter mount and inset lid, printed marks, 16m high £80 - £120

847. An 18th or 19th century German faience Schrezheim stein, puce geometric weave design, pewter lid and foot, 22.5cm high £80 - £120

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848. Schierholz, a novelty half litre character stein, modelled as Hop Woman, pewter mount, printed marks, 18cm high £80 - £120

850. Schierholz, a novelty half litre character stein, modelled as a Drunk Monkey, pewter mount and inset lid, printed marks, 20cm high £120 - £180

853. Schierholz, a novelty half litre character stein, modelled as a fox in coat and hat, smoking, pewter mount, printed marks, 23cm high £120 - £180

851. Schierholz, a novelty half litre character stein, modelled as a Sick Cat, pewter mount and inset lid, printed marks, 20cm high £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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854. Eckhardt and Engler KG, a novelty half litre character stein, modelled as a hunter, number 422, pewter mount, 24cm high £60 - £80

856. Matthias Grimscheid, a novelty half litre stein, in the form of a frog, number 825, incised Der Frosch quackt wenn er sich labt, pewter mount, 19cm high £30 - £50

859. J Reinemann, a novelty half litre character stein, in the form of a Beer Barrel Man, holding a raddish, Gut Heil, impressed marks, 20cm high £30 - £50 860. Hauber and Reuther, a novelty half litre character stein, in the form of an owl, number 64, pewter mount and inset lid, 19cm high £60 - £80

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855. Eckhardt and Engler KG, a novelty half litre character stein, modelled as a man in night cap, number 428, pewter mount, 24cm high £40 - £70

857. A German salt glazed stoneware novelty character stein, modelled as a frog, relief moulded with verses to the leaves, pewter mount and inset lid, impressed 119, 23cm high £80 - £120

861. Reinhold Merkelback, Hohr Grenzhausen, a novelty half litre character stein, in the form of a Bartender, pewter mount and inset lid, impressed marks, 22cm high £50 - £80

858. Reinhold Merkelbach, a novelty half litre character stein in the form of a cat, modelled holding a fish and a bottle of Selters, verse below, impressed 662, 26cm high £30 - £50

862. An 18th century German faience Schrezheim stein, painted floral bouquet design, the pewter lid set with a coin, touchmark, incised numbers, 24cm 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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871. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a large plaque, incised with a Town Scene of Konigstein, number 2517, circa 1898, gilt rim, 44cm diameter £80 - £120

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863. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a Jugenstil vase, incised with cornflowers, on a red and yellow ground, number 2537, circa 1899, 32cm high £50 - £80

867. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a pedestal vase, incised with a band of infants in various activities, number 1591, circa 1885, cylindrical ovoid form with flared neck, 32cm high £40 - £70

864. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a Jugendstil vase, circa 1890, in the Neocalssical style, square section shouldered form, incised with panels of allegorical women with putti, incised marks, 2328, 35cm high £60 - £90

868. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a pedestal vase, incised in the Art Nouveau style with maidens and flowers, majolica glazed lappets below, number 1749, bulbous form with trumpet neck, 32cm high £40 - £70

872. Lucien Payen for Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a Jugendstil plaque, incised with an Art Nouveau woman plucking petals from a daisy, number 2596, circa 1899, within a lily of the valley border, signed, gilt rim, 39cm diameter £100 - £150 873. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a pair of plaques, transfer printed with castles, Burg Eltz and Altes Stadtthor Cochem, number 1044/94 and 95, circa 1890, 31cm diameter (2) £40 - £70

869. Stocke for Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a pair of plaques, incised with hunting scenes of dogs and wild animals, numbers 2070 and 2071, circa 1892, stag and boar, gilt rimmed, 38.5cm diameter (2) £150 - £250 870. Christian Warth for Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a pair of plaques, incised with maidens carrying flowers and fruit, numbers 1652 and 1651, circa 1893 and 1894, within geometric borders, 28cm diameter (2) £80 - £120

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874. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a pair of plaques, scenes of Japan, Torii gate at Hakone, Japan and a Shrine near Kyoto, number 1044/359 and 360, circa 1890, gilt rims, 31cm diameter (2) £50 - £80

865. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a pair of pedestal vases, incised with panels of infants, number 1537, circa 1906, acorn form with flared rim, 37cm high (2) £80 - £120 866. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a pair of Jugendstil vases, circa 1890, twin handled inverse baluster form, part glazed and incised with foliate tendrils in the Art Nouveau style, incised marks 2414, 44cm high (2) £70 - £120

871

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881. A Meissen figure of a hen, circa 1910, modelled as a sitting chicken, after the tureen or box of the same design, underglaze and incised marks 396, 20cm high £80 - £120

878 878. A Vienna style twin handled vase, pedestal urn form, painted with alternating panels of courting couples and floral sprays, within a yellow ground and gilt foliate scroll borders, underglaze blue beehive mark, 12.5cm high £20 - £40

875 875. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a pair of plaques, transfer printed Old Master portraits after Hans Holbein, number 1044/1452, circa 1890, 36cm diameter (2) £40 - £70

882 882. A Meissen figure of a hen laying an egg, circa 1890-1910, modelled as a standing chicken, underglaze and incised marks 395, 21.5cm high £80 - £120 883. A Royal Vienna cabinet plate, Sorgenthal period, impressed date code 804 for 1804, painted in coloured enamels with a panel of Scaramouche from the Commedia dell’ Arte tuning his guitar, bordered by green enamel with gilt decoration with shell and scroll motifs below a beaded border, blue and puce printed marks to base, 24.6cm diameter £500 - £700

876. A pair of Dresden, Meissen style cups and saucers and another teacup, in the 18th century manner, quatrelobed, painted with alternating panels of courting couples and yellow ground floral sprays within gilt foliate scroll borders, the single cup with blue fishscale panels, underglaze blue AR marks, £40 - £70 879 879. A pair of Delft polychrome plates, circa 1770, fence and floral design in the Chinese style, 23cm diameter (2) £40 - £70

877 877. A pair of Dresden, Meissen style cups and saucers, bowed triangular section, painted in the Rococo Chinoiserie manner, with quatrelobed vignettes of Lorrain type romantic watery landscapes, within gilt foliate scroll and fishscale cartouches, each flanked by Oriental figures, underglaze blue AR marks (2) £40 - £70

880. A Meissen encrusted inkwell, cover, stand, a Vienna pair of portrait plates, an Austrian pottery tobacco jar and cover modelled as a Moor boy wearing a fez, a Rosenthal art nouveau charger with landscape, and a Rosenthal group of lovers by Raymond Peynet (6) £80 - £120

884 884. Two Continental plates including a Meissen style hand painted reticulated lattice plate, depicting putti and a goat, together with a Vienna plate of Mutter und Tochter after Titian, 24.5cm diameter (2) £30 - £50 885. Four Continental Dresden figures, including Meissen style figure group of Winter, various blue marks, 18cm high (4) £40 - £70

881 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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886 886. A Royal Copenhagen twin handled vase, shouldered form, decorated with blue Classical woman in suspense, the reverse with winged putti heads, on pale blue ground, underglaze blue and printed green marks, 20cm high £40 - £60 887. A Continental porcelain monkey band, in the Meissen style, modelled in 18th century costumes, underglaze blue and impressed marks, 19cm high (9) £80 - £120 888. A Reinhold Schlegelmilch, R S Poland China four part tea and coffee service, decorated with roses and highlighted in gilt, including coffee pot or water jug, teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl (4) £60 - £100 889. A Reinhold Schlegelmilch, R S Poland China tea service, decorated with roses and highlighted in gilt, including 11 plates, 10 cups and saucers, sugar and milk jug, printed parks, Germany £100 - £150 890. A pair of Reinhold Schlegelmilch, R S Suhl vases, twin handled form, decorated with poppies, highlighted in gilt, 21cm high (2) £30 - £50 891. Three Reinhold Schlegelmilch, R S Poland China vases, twin handled form, including pheasant, poppy and rose decorated examples, highlighted in gilt, 27cm high £50 - £80 892. A set of four Samson, Derby style allegorical figures of the Four Seasons, modelled as Classical women with emblems and clothing of Spring, Summer, Winter and Autumn, red Derby marks, on reticulated bases, 37cm high (4) £100 - £200

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893. A French pottery ‘Occupation of Massaua & Canal Suez’ commemorative potty, 19th century, height 13cm £40 - £50

895. Torquato Castellani, an Italian faience dish, 1879, painted in the Iznik Persian style with flowering plant in a foliate border, concentric rings and monogram Roma, 44.5cm diameter £1000 - £1500

894. Two Portuguese Palissy ware majolica plaques, realistically modelled in relief with crabs, shells and seaweed, impressed marks to one, 33cm diameter (2) £40 - £60

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


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900. Charles Lemanceau for St Clement, a French Art Deco majolica figure of a leaping gazelle, with integrated beaker, incised marks 8579, 22.5cm high £50 - £80

904. A Secessionist ceramic and metal mounted tray, Vienna circa 1900, geometric slip design within a reticulated twin handled frame, together with a chrome plated ceramic tray and box, decorated in the Art Nouveau style with water lily design, 45cm wide (3) £100 - £150

896 896. A pair of large Continental terracotta figures of water carriers, in the Goldscheider, Austrian style, modelled in Arabic costume, incised numbers 8703 and 8704, 69cm high (2) £200 - £300 897. A pair of Austrian terracota figures of peasant boys, one holding a candle and the other holding a pipe, circa 1880, height 66cm £200 - £300

901

898. A pair of Austrian parian figures of a water carrier and musician, circa 1900, polychrome decorated in the Dux style, impressed numbers, 39cm high (2) £30 - £40

901. Emeaux de Longwy, a cloisonne type faience jardiniere, ovoid form, central cartouche with stork and irises within a floral ground, printed marks, 22cm high £100 - £150

905

902. A Royal Copenhagen figure of a cat, number 1803, together with a pug dog, 3169, 14cm high (2) £50 - £80

905. A pair of Italian maiolica bookends, circa 1970s, modelled as horses heads, glazed in blue and green, painted marks, TQ 810, 19cm high (2) £40 - £60 906. Svea Grandlund for Arabia, a Finnish pottery tray, circa 1970s, square form, painted with stylised flowers and curls around a central concentric ring, painted marks, 24cm wide £30 - £50

907

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899. Royal Dux, a Continental figure of Lorelei (Loreley), modelled with harp on a rocky outcrop, impressed marks, 255, 32cm high £80 - £120

903. A Royal Dux Art Deco style figure of Diana the Huntress, model 717, modelled nude with ball and borzoi dog, printed mark and pink triangle, 37cm high £80 - £120

907. Nils Thorsson for Royal Copenhagen, a ‘Fajance Series’ vase of tall rectangular form with squat neck decorated in geometric panels of stylised birds in a palette of black, cream and brown enamels, makers mark for Nils Thorsson and numbered 719/3259, 22cm high, 7.5cm wide £60 - £80

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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912. Elena Konig Scavini for Lenci, an Art Deco wall mask, circa 1937, modelled in a Paisley headscarf, highlighted in gilt, painted marks and label, 31cm long £300 - £500

914. Stephan Dakon for Goldscheider, Blonde Dream, model 6551, circa 1932, with large hat and gloves, incised numbers 470, 39cm high Note: modelled as the actress Lilian Harvey, who appeared in the 1932 musical comedy film A Blonde Dream £250 - £350

908 908. Nils Thorsson for Royal Copenhagen, a ‘Fajance Series’ vase of flat square form with squat neck decorated in geometric panels of stylised fish in a palette of green, cream and brown enamels, makers mark for Nils Thorsson and numbered 719/3121, 19cm high, 14.5cm wide, 9cm deep £60 - £80 909. Elena Konig Scavini for Lenci, Nudino Su Ippopotamo figure group, circa 1935, modelled as a nude girl in a bonnet kneeling on a hippopotamus, with bird, painted marks, 31cm high £2000 - £2500

913 913. Stephan Dakon for Katzhutte Hertwig, an Art Deco figure of a woman in a hat, circa 1935, wearing a pink blue dress, printed mark 22 and impressed 12596, 32cm high £80 - £120

915 915. Stephan Dakon for Goldscheider, Beauty, model 7897, circa 1935, on table lamp base, with arms outstretched leaning back holding dress, overall height 65cm, figure 39cm high £300 - £400 916. Stephan Dakon for Goldscheider, Jolanthe, circa 1939, model number 8440, green sleeves and printed grey damask and floral dress, impressed marks 236 66, 32cm high £300 - £400

910 910. Sandro Vacchetti for Essevi, an Art Deco bust, circa 1939, modelled as a woman in a shawl, in the Lenci style, painted marks, 22.5cm high £250 - £350 911. A large Lenci bowl, 1932, modelled with an otter peering over the edge of a turquoise lined dish, with a fish within, painted marks and sticker, 60cm long £300 - £500

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914

909 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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917. Nicola Slaney for Moorcroft, a Peacock Parade vase, circa 2012, waisted bulbous form, impressed and painted marks, 20.5cm high £80 - £120 918. A Moorcroft Woodside Farm vase, printed marks to base, height 16cm £180 - £250 919. A Moorcroft miniature enamelled vase, Holly and Mistletoe, circa 2001, baluster form, 6.5cm high, in box £30 - £50 920. Walter Moorcroft, a large Flambe Anemone vase, 1966, footed ovoid form, impressed marks, underglaze green monogram and date, Late Queen Mary sticker, 34cm high £1200 - £1600 921. James MacIntyre, six miniature egg pepper pots, brown and blue speckled glazes, with screw stoppers, gilt edges to some, 3cm high (6) £50 - £100 922. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Rose and Forget Me Not on celadon green vase, circa 1908, twin handled waisted form, gilt rim, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 20cm high £250 - £350 923. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florain Ware Daffodil bowl, circa 1900, ovoid form, underglaze green monogram, 12cm diameter £50 - £80 924. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Pomegrnate on ochre vase, circa 1911, knop necked baluster form, underglaze green signature, 34cm high £3000 - £4000 925. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, Florian bowl, circa 1900, printed marks, painted green signiature, 9cm high £150 - £250 926. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Buttercup scalloped dish, circa 1904, printed mark, 30cm wide £80 - £120

924

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927. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Ware Poppy vase, circa 1903, twin handled inverse baluster form, teal green and blue poppies on white, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 25cm high £1600 - £2000

928. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Rose, Tulip and Forget Me Not vase, circa 1909, conical baluster form with trumpet neck, yellow tulips on ochre, underglaze green signature, 30cm high £2500 - £3000

929. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Cornflower on white vase, circa 1912, conical bulbous gourd form with trumpet neck, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 25cm high Note: this particular vase is illustrated in Atterbury, P. 2008, Moorcroft, p.97 fig 2. £1200 - £1800

929

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930 930. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a miniature Poppy Garland on blue vase, circa 1903, double ogee pedestal form, printed mark, 7cm high £250 - £350

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931 931. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Cornflower on blue tobacco jar, circa 1902, rounded cylindrical form, printed marks and underglaze green monogram, 15cm diameter £120 - £180 932. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Green Flamminian candlestick, circa 1906, flared and ogee waisted form, underglaze incised signature, 15cm high £50 - £100 933. William Moorcroft, a Pansy on White jardiniere, circa 1910, painted green signiature, 18cm high £200 - £300 934. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Pansy on white vase, circa 1911, elongated ovoid form, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 26.5cm high £1500 - £2000 935. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florain Ware Poppy vase, circa 1900, slender bulbous form with crimped rim, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 25.5cm high £800 - £1200

935

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936. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Cornflower vase, circa 1912, knop necked baluster form, printed marks Made for Arding and Hobbs, Clapham Junction, underglaze green signature, 33.5cm high £2000 - £3000

937. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a small Florian Ware Daffodil vase, circa 1901, double ogee baluster form, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 7.5cm high £600 - £800

938. William Moorcroft, a Persian vase, circa 1914, knop necked baluster form, impressed Burslem mark and underglaze green signature, 27cm high £2000 - £2500

938

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946. William Moorcroft, a large Pomegranate vase, circa 1914, pedestal ovoid form, on wooden base, 48cm high £400 - £600

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939. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1918, flared shoudered form, impressed marks and underglaze green signature, 26cm high £100 - £150

943. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1918, slender bulboud conical form with everted rim, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 25.5cm high £70 - £100

940. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre bowl, circa 1925, low tazza form, impressed and painted marks, 21cm diameter £120 - £160 941. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1925, baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 21cm high £120 - £160

944. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate twin handled bowl, circa 1920, footed form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 31cm wide £200 - £300

947. William Moorcroft, a small Pomegranate on ochre vase, circa 1915, slender inverse baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze green signature, 10cm high £200 - £300 948. William Moorcroft, a Late Florian pedestal bowl, circa 1920, twin handled Kylix form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 33cm wide £250 - £300

942. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1925, baluster twin handled form, impressed and painted marks, 25cm high £250 - £300

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945 945. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre vase, circa 1914, flared cylindrical form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 11.5cm high £80 - £120

949. William Moorcroft, a Powder Blue Cornflower bowl, circa 1920, footed form with slightly everted rim, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 19.5cm diameter Provenance: Albert E Wade Collection, sticker to base £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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950. William Moorcroft, a Big Poppy vase, circa 1925, double gourd form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 31.5cm high £300 - £350

954. William Moorcroft, a Freesia vase, circa 1935, straight necked baluster form, mustard top, impressed facsimile mark and underglaze blue signature, 27cm high £400 - £600

956. William Moorcroft, a Leaf and Berry vase, circa 1930, shouldered form, impressed facsimile signature and underglaze teal monogram, 27cm high £80 - £120

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955. William Moorcroft, a small Banded Fern vase, circa 1935, ovoid shouldered form, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 10.5cm high £200 - £250

957. William Moorcroft, a small Late Cornflower on blue vase, circa 1936, baluster form, impressed marks and facsimile signature, 12cm high £200 - £400

951. William Moorcroft, a large Big Poppy vase, circa 1925, baluster form with elongated flared neck, impressed mark, underglaze blue signature and HM Queen sticker, 37cm high £600 - £800 952. William Moorcroft, a Late Honesty bowl, circa 1930, low pedestal form, impressed and painted marks, 21cm high £150 - £250

953 953. William Moorcroft, a Late Honesty Flambe vase, circa 1932, slender inverse baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 23cm high £300 - £500

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958. William Moorcroft, a Late Cornflower vase, circa 1925, shouldered ovoid form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 25cm high £1200 - £1800

959. William Moorcroft, a Spanish jardiniere, circa 1914, ovoid shouldered form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 27cm high £2500 - £3500

960. William Moorcroft, a Spanish vase, circa 1914, inverse baluster form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 23cm high £1500 - £2000

961. William Moorcroft, a matched pair of Pansy on white vases, circa 1916, baluster form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signatures, 13cm high (2) £250 - £300

959

962. William Moorcroft, a small Pansy on white vase, circa 1916, inverse baluster form, impressed Burslem mark and underglaze green monogram, 10cm high £120 - £160

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963 963. William Moorcroft, a Pansy on white vase, circa 1913, squat baluster, knopped and flared trumpet form, underglaze green signature, 32cm high £3500 - £4500

964

964. William Moorcroft, a Flambe Fish vase, circa 1930, straight necked baluster form, impressed facsimile mark and HM Queen sticker, underglaze blue signature, 26.5cm high £4000 - £5000 965. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Tudric, Claremont tazza, circa 1920, on a planished pewter base, impressed 01515, underglaze blue monogram, 22cm diameter £200 - £250 966. William Moorcroft, a Claremont toadstool vase, circa 1920, small baluster form, impressed marks, 8cm high. £200 - £300 967. William Moorcroft, a Claremont preserve pot, circa 1925, cylindrical form with plated lid, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 10cm high £200 - £300

968 968. William Moorcroft, a large Claremont vase, circa 1914, ovoid form, impressed Burslem mark and underglaze green signature, 27cm high £3000 - £5000

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969. William Moorcroft, a Flambe Toadstool Claremont vase, circa 1925, elongated ovoid form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 26cm high £2800 - £3200

970. William Moorcroft, a small Waratah vase, circa 1930, bulbous form with conical neck, green and teal ground, impressed facsimile signature and underglaze blue monogram, 11cm high £2000 - £3000

971. William Moorcroft, a Flambe Orchid vase, circa 1928, ovoid form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 30cm high Note: an example of this rare and unusual pattern is recorded in the Atterbury Moorcroft book, p. 111 fig.2 £3000 - £4000

970

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972. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Ware Hazledene landscape vase, circa 1903, twin handled waisted conical form, 25.5cm high £400 - £600

973. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Hazledene vase, circa 1903, slender waisted conical gourd shape, printed registration number and underglaze green signature, 31cm high £3000 - £4000

974. William Moorcroft, a large Flambe Eventide vase, circa 1928, baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 33cm high £4000 - £6000

974 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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975. William Moorcroft, a salt glaze Landscape vase, circa 1930, shouldered form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 31.5cm high £600 - £800

977. William Moorcroft, a Moonlit Blue vase, circa 1928, footed baluster form, impressed facsimile mark and underglaze teal signature, 24cm high £1800 - £2500

976

978

976. William Moorcroft, a salt glazed Landscape vase, circa 1928, baluster form, impressed marks, underglaze blue signature, 25cm high £3000 - £4000

978. William Moorcroft, a Waratah vase, circa 1930, bulbous form with conical neck, blue ochre ground, impressed facsimile mark and underglaze blue signature, 22.5cm high £4500 - £5500

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ART POTTERY AND RUSKIN 979. Christopher Dresser for Minton Hollins, a panel of six and a half blue and white tiles, below a further set of scrolling vine border tiles, stylised acanthus and quatrefoil design, 15cm square £50 - £100

984. Christopher Dresser for Linthorpe, an art pottery jug, model 826, circa 1880, spherical gourd form with conical neck and strap handle, streaky ochre over petroleum iridescent lustre glaze, impressed marks, 17cm high £40 - £70

985. Gwendoline Buckler for Della Robbia, an art pottery vase, bulbous form with basal knopped neck, slip decorated and painted with lemons on scrolling vine, painted marks, 16.5cm high £80 - £120

980. Christopher Dresser for Minton, a blue and white Japanese Crane jug, squat baluster form, printed and impressed marks, 20cm high £200 - £300 981. A Maw and Co dust pressed tile, in the style of Christopher Dresser, peacock design in blue and green, moulded marks, 15cm square £150 - £200 982. Christopher Dresser for Ault (attributed), an art pottery hanging jardinière or planter, circa 1880, wide brimmed ovoid form with moulded convex dimples and crimped rim, majolica drip glazed in marbled green over ochre, 16cm diameter £20 - £40

986 986. Harry Pearce and Alice Jones for Della Robbia, an art pottery chalice, circa 1900 pedestal cup form, incised with stylised leaf design, monograms, 15cm high £200 - £300

985

983 983. Christopher Dresser for Linthorpe (attributed), a miniature art pottery vase, circa 1880, squat bulbous form with elongated narrow neck, brown over streaky blue white glaze, 9.5cm high £30 - £50

987

984

987. W Warwick for Della Robbia, an art pottery twin handled vase, circa 1895, cylindrical albarello form, sgraffito decorated with a tree over Liverpool, the reverse with floral roundel in a foliate scroll cartouche above Zafarano, between tulip flower and leaf bands, incised marks, 37cm high £3000 - £4000

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995. George Stewart for Pountney, a Bristol pottery rose painted teapot, circa 1905, in the Wemyss style, pear shaped, painted marks GS Bristol, 17.5cm long £20 - £30 996. Lonhuda, Denver, an art pottery vase, ovoid form with three horn feet, slip decorated with flowers, stamped marks 108, LF, 10cm high £10 - £30

988 988. Ellen Mary Rope for Della Robbia, an art pottery plaque, 1901, relief moulded with fairies on toadstools with foxgloves, incised signature, painted marks to the back, 37cm x 39cm, framed £2000 - £4000

997 991. A Wemyss, Plichta model of a dog, painted with flowering clover, and a cat with blue cornflowers, green marks, 10.5cm long, 9cm high (2) £40 - £70

997. Leon Solon and John Wadsworth for Minton, a large Secessionist vase, shouldered form, arcades of graduated flower heads over a red foliate decorated body, the rim with foliate waves and rosettes, impressed marks, 3573, 46.5cm high £200 - £400

989. Rebecca Coleman (attributed) for Minton, a large Kensington Gore charger, 1875, painted with a profile portrait of a woman presenting a basket of grapes, on a textured turquoise cloudy ground, printed amd impressed marks, Thomas Goode sticker and SC monogram, number 370, 57.5cm diameter £700 - £1000

992 992. A Wemyss Plichta model of a cat, painted with flowering clover, printed marks, 15cm high £50 - £80

990 990. Joseph Nekola for Wemyss (Plichta), a cabbage rose painted pig, signed and printed green mark, 17cm long £200 - £400

998

993. Wemyss, Plichta, a pig money box, painted with Scottish Thistles, green marks, 17cm long £40 - £70

998. George Cartlidge for Sampson Hancock and Sons, a pair of Morris Ware spill vases, cylindrical form, tubeline decorated with cornflowers, printed marks, 24cm high (2) £120 - £180

994. Wemyss for Thomas Goode, a collection of tea and other wares, including Bon Jour jug bowls, plates and vase, cabbage rose dish, sweet pea and buttercup painted cups, impressed, painted and printed marks (9) £40 - £60

999. A Craven Dunhill, Jackfield lustre vase, probably designed by Lewis F Day, double gourd form with stylised rose and thorn design on orange ground, printed marks, 15cm high £90 - £120

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1002

1000. A lustre plate, painted with a lion within foliate scroll ground, highlighted in gilt, painted mark G&H H, 26.5cm diameter £40 - £60 1001. John Pearson, an Arts and Crafts art pottery lustre plate, painted in the De Morgan style with foliate scroll design £200 - £400 1002. John Pearson, an Arts and Crafts art pottery lustre bowl, painted in the De Morgan style with two galleons, full sail in a fishy seascape, the underside with fish and monogram, 31cm diameter £200 - £400 1003. John Pearson, an Arts and Crafts art pottery bowl, painted in the De Morgan style with a central pelican within a geometirc polka dot and foliate ground, the base with a lizard and monogram, 33cm diameter £200 - £400

1005 1004 1004. William De Morgan for Merton Abbey, a relief moulded four section tile, circa 1885, Tudor Rose, Carnation, Phoenix and Swan, four impressed marks, 15cm square £60 - £100

1005. William De Morgan, a Persian twin handled vase, ovoid form, painted with fish on a watery ground, in blue and turquoise, painted marks, 24cm high £2000 - £2500

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1006. William De Morgan for Sands End Pottery, a large lustre vase and cover, ovoid shouldered form, painted with a central band of peacocks and wyverns flanking lions and zoomorphic scrolls and owl masks, between two further bands of dolphins and birds, bordered with dotted arcading, the domed lid similarly painted with alternating bull and owl masks between foliate lions, impressed marks, 34cm high Provenance: Morris and Company, original paper label to lid

ÂŁ8000 - ÂŁ12000

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1007. Walter and Edwin Martin for Martin Brothers, a Martinware stoneware gourd vase, 1900, relief moulded lobed hexagonal section, sgraffito decorated with jellyfish and sea creatures in a marine scape, incised marks, 27.5cm high £3500 - £4000

1007

1008. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a Martinware stoneware bowl, 1893, ovoid form, sgraffito decorated with grotesque fish in an aquatic seaweed ground, below relief moulded geometric leaf and wave borders, incised marks, 17cm diameter, 13.5cm high £2200 - £2500

1008

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1014. A Doulton & Watts stoneware jug, treacle and brown glaze, relief moulded with hunting scenes, circa 1840, impressed marks, 24cm high £150 - £250

1020. Florence Barlow (attributed) for Doulton Lambeth, a pate sur pate stoneware jug, Grecian form, decorated with grouse in foliage, impressed marks, height 18cm £80 - £120 1021. Hannah Barlow for Royal Doulton, a stoneware vase, ovoid form incised with horses grazing, between Art Nouveau style foliate borders, impressed marks and monogram, 23cm high £40 - £60 1022. Hannah Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware vase, footed shouldered form, sgraffito decorated with cows, impressed marks, 21.5cm high £100 - £150

1009 1009. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a miniature stoneware jug, ovoid form, incised with flowers, below a fishtail rim, incised marks, 5.5cm high £400 - £600 1010. A Doulton Lambeth stoneware jardinière or planter, circa 1890, in the style of Mark V Marshall, pedestal ovoid form, decorated with scrolling foliate and beaded design, stamped marks 5451, 34cm high £100 - £200 1011. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware Toby flask, impressed marks 8613, 19cm high £30 - £50

1015 1015. Mark V Marshall (attributed) for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware bear, modelled as a seated bear with a honey pot, circa 1910, impressed marks, 9.5cm high £150 - £250 1016. A Doulton Lambeth stoneware Leather Ware jug, circa 1890, double gourd form, applied with Royal cypher of Charles I and date 1646, impressed marks, 20cm high £40 - £60

1012. A group of five Doulton Lambeth salt glazed stoneware miniature salesman samples, of drainage pipes and sanitary fittings, various impressed marks, 10cm long (5) £80 - £120

1023 1023. A Doulton Lambeth Isobath inkwell, relief moulded with foliate cartouche design, with cover and undulating tray, impressed marks, 15cm high £250 - £350

1017 1017. A Royal Doulton commemorative stoneware mug, Lord Nelson, relief moulded, with rope handle, 9.5cm high £30 - £50 1013 1013. A Doulton Lambeth stoneware silver plate mounted condiment piece, modelled as a seated bear with a barrel, impressed marks, 8cm high £150 - £250

1018. A Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug, with central panel depicting a battlescene between the Babylonians and Assyrians, impressed marks, height 24cm £20 - £30 1019. Arthur Barlow (attributed) for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware jug, circa 1871/1872, ovoid form with flared neck, incised with foliate sprigs and lappets, impressed mark, 20cm high £150 - £250

1024 1024. A Royal Doulton for Art of Union London stoneware jug, shouldered form, relief moulded with blossom flowers, impressed marks, 20cm high £100 - £200

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1025 1025. Edmund Harry Elton for Sunflower Pottery, an Elton Ware three handled bowl or jardinière, ovoid form with crimped rim and loop handles, relief moulded with floral emblem to each side, signed, 18cm high £50 - £80 1026. A Woodlesford Art Pottery reticulated faience vase and cover, circa 1890, twin handled spherical form, the central pierced band of foliate scrolls between relief moulded acanthus and quatrefoil borders, majolica glazed, impressed marks, 235, 27cm high £300 - £400

1028. Charles Cundall for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian lustre bowl, 1909, the exterior with a sang de boeuf and turquoise glaze, painted with a geometric band of waves and dots, the interior with a vine border and central floral rosette, within a streaky copper lustre ground, impressed marks, painted monogram, 17.5cm diameter £300 - £500 1029. A small Ruskin Souffle glazed vase, 1909, shouldered form, lilac, impressed marks, 10cm high£100 - £150

1031 1031. William Howson Taylor for Ruskin, a High Fired vase, 1905, inverse balsuter form with flared neck, green flambe glaze, impressed marks and scissors, 20cm high £250 - £350

1030 1030. A Ruskin Souffle glazed vase, 1905, slender Meiping form, turquoise, impressed marks, 20cm high £300 - £500

1027 1027. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian orange crystalline lamp base, inverse baluster form, on wooden plinth, 34cm high £40 - £60

1032 1032. A Ruskin High Fired vase, 1910, shouldered form with flared neck, sang de boeuf flambe glaze with purple blush, impressed marks, 26.5cm high £800 - £1200 1033. A small Ruskin lustre ginger jar and cover, circa 1923, ovoid form, orange glazed, impressed marks, 10cm high £200 - £300

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1036

1034. A pair of Ruskin lustre candlesticks, 1925, sweeping form with ogee sconces, delphinium blue glazed, impressed marks, 17cm high (2) £250 - £350 1035. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed vase, circa 1930, ovoid shouldered form, blue over yellow, impressed marks, 12cm high £50 - £70 1036. A Ruskin Souffle glazed vase, 1924, bulbous gourd form with flared cylindrical neck, grey over green fruit skin texture, impressed marks, 20cm high £200 - £300 1037. A Ruskin Souffle glazed vase, 1909, cylindrical Meiping form, blue over green, impressed marks, 28cm high £200 - £300 1038. A Ruskin Souffle glazed candlestick, 1922, sweeping form with ogee sconce, blue over green ochre, impressed marks, 17cm high £50 - £100

1040

1039 1039. A Ruskin Souffle glazed vase and cover or caddy, 1906, rounded cylindrical form, streaky pink, with silver lid, impressed marks, 15cm high £300 - £400

1040. A Ruskin lustre rolling pin vase, 1920, elongated slender shouldered barrel form, Kingfisher blue iridescent glaze, impressed marks, 26.5cm high £400 - £600 1041. A Ruskin lustre rolling pin vase, 1926, elongated slender shouldered barrel form, turquoise glaze, impressed marks, 27cm high £200 - £300

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1048. William Howson Taylor, a Ruskin eggshell lustre bowl, circa 1911, footed hemispherical form, painted with a band of holly, on pink iridescent glaze, painted marks, 19.5cm diameter £150 - £250 1049. A pair of Ruskin lustre rolling pin vases, 1921, elongated slender shouldered barrel form, orange glaze, impressed marks, 21cm high (2) £200 - £300 1050. A Ruskin Souffle glazed lustre bowl, 1921, flattened ovoid form with inverted rim, turquoise with iridescent finish, impressed marks, 31cm diameter £200 - £300 1042

1045

1042. A Ruskin lustre vase, 1925, ovoid shouldered form, copper iridescent glazed, impressed marks, 25cm high £300 - £500 1043. A Ruskin Souffle glazed lustre vase, circa 1925, straight necked angled bulbous form, fruit skin red pink glaze, impressed marks, 22cm high £200 - £300

1045. A Ruskin lustre vase, 1922, slender necked conical bottle form, lavender glazed, impressed marks, 23cm high £200 - £300 1046. A Ruskin lustre vase, 1910, inverse baluster form, purple glazed, impressed marks, 18cm high £200 - £300

1051

1047 1047. A Ruskin eggshell lustre vase, 1924, footed trumpet form, delphinium blue glazed, impressed marks, 20cm high £200 - £300

1044

1051. A Ruskin Souffle glazed lustre Lily vase, 1920, cylindrical trumpet form, turquoise with iridescent finish to the underside, impressed marks, 30cm high £400 - £600 1052. A Ruskin Souffle glazed lustre bowl, 1916, ovoid form, turquoise with iridescent finish, impressed marks, 15cm diameter £200 - £300

1044. A Ruskin lustre vase, 1922, shouldered cylindrical baluster form, turquoise glaze, impressed marks, 16cm high £120 - £180

1048

1050

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1056. Three small Ruskin lustre ginger jars, 1908 to 1922, Kingfisher blue with pierced rosettes, yellow with painted foliate wreath and purple draining to yellow, impressed marks, 8.5cm high (3) £50 - £100

1053

1057

1053. A Ruskin lustre vase, 1922, teardrop bottle form, orange glazed, impressed marks, 20cm high £100 - £150

1057. A Ruskin eggshell lustre pedestal bowl, 1925, ogee form on sweeping foot, yellow glaze, impressed marks, 17.5cm diameter, 16.5cm high £80 - £120

1054. A small Ruskin lustre ginger jar and lid, 1925, golden yellow glazed, impressed marks, 9.5cm high£100 - £150

1059. A small Ruskin eggshell lustre bowl, 1913, footed hemispherical form, orange glazed, impressed marks, 10.5cm diameter £200 - £300 1060. A Ruskin eggshell lustre bowl, 1923, footed hemispherical form, orange glazed, impressed and printed marks, 25cm diameter £100 - £150

1061 1061. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed vase, 1932, ovoid conical form, cream ochre over orange over turquoise, impressed marks, 15cm high £60 - £80

1058 1058. A small Ruskin lustre vase, 1921, squat ovoid bulbed trumpet form, orange glazed, impressed marks, 12cm high £40 - £60

1055 1055. A small Ruskin lustre ginger jar and lid, 1924, delphinium blue glazed, impressed marks, 9.5cm high £200 - £300

1062 1062. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed vase, 1932, ovoid conical form with flared neck, blue draining to yellow cream, impressed marks, 12cm high £50 - £70 1063. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed vase, 1927, shouldered ovoid form, grey over peach , impressed marks, 12cm high £50 - £70

1056

1064. A Ruskin stone glazed vase, 1927, ovoid form, matte orange textured with ochre spots, impressed marks, 12cm high £30 - £50

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1068. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed trial vase, 1927, shouldered ovoid form, speckled orange over blue draining to yellow, impressed marks, painted number B994, 26cm high £150 - £250

1073. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed vase, circa 1927, shouldered ovoid form, turquoise over matte lemon, impressed marks, 12cm high £50 - £70 1074. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed bowl, circa 1930, conical form, mottled blue over ochre, impressed marks, 20.5cm diameter £80 - £120

1065 1065. A collection of Ruskin cabochon and enamelled brooches, some in pewter mounts, some with stamped marks, 6cm diameter (7) £30 - £50

1075

1069 1069. A small Ruskin Crystalline glazed vase, 1932, ovoid conical form with everted rim, blue over cream, impressed marks, 8cm high £50 - £70 1070. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed egg cup stand and an egg cup, circa 1930, sage green matte glaze, the cup speckled blue with ochre interior, impressed marks 13.5cm diameter (2) £40 - £60

1066 1066. A Ruskin Egyptian stone effect vase, 1930, double ogee barrel form, marbled brown over green ochre, impressed marks, 17cm high £140 - £170

1071. Three Ruskin miniature Crystalline glazed dishes, circa 1932, mottled blue, sand glazed and streaky green over red, impressed marks, 8cm diameter (3) £150 - £200

1075. Two Ruskin Crystalline glazed vases, 1932, both of conical gourd form, cream and blue over orange, impressed marks, 12cm high (2) £100 - £150 1076. Two Ruskin Crystalline glazed bowls, 1927, the larger ribbed with blue orange streaks, the smaller with streaky blue over cream design, impressed marks, 23cm and 18cm diameter (2) £50 - £70 1077. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed bowl, circa 1930, mottled blue over yellow exterior, the interior orange over yellow, impressed marks, 18cm diameter £60 - £80

1072. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed trial vase, 1927, conical bulbous gourd form, mottled blue grey with powdered peach, impressed marks, painted 558, 13cm high £50 - £70

1078 1078. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed bowl, 1930, relief moulded dish form with three bracket feet, mottled orange exterior, the interior with yellow and orange starburst, impressed marks, 16cm diameter £60 - £80 1079. A Ruskin stone Crystalline glazed vase, 1927, squat bulbous form, mottled cream and brown, impressed marks, 11cm high £50 - £70 1080. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed bowl, 1931, pedestal form, dribbled green over an orange band, impressed marks, 13cm high, 20cm diameter £70 - £100

1067 1067. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed vase, 1932, conical ovoid form, blue over orange streaks, impressed marks, 14.5cm high £50 - £80

1073

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1088. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed vase, circa 1930, bulbous form with flared neck, mottled blue, impressed marks, 16.5cm high £50 - £80

1081

1084

1089

1084. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed vase, circa 1930, ogee conical gourd form, textured orange, the interior in green, impressed marks, 12cm high £50 - £70

1089. A Ruskin lustre inkwell, 1925, rounded cylindrical disc form with fluted band and half covered opening, pale blue iridescent glazed, impressed marks, 9cm diameter £80 - £120

1081. A Ruskin Crystalline trial glazed vase, circa 1930, shouldered form, matte blue over orange bands above a mottled turquoise glaze, impressed marks and painted number, 22.5cm high £50 - £80

1090. A small Ruskin lustre vase, 1926, onion form, pale lilac glazed, impressed marks, 11cm high £150 - £250 1091. A Ruskin lustre vase, 1918, inverse baluster form, textured orange peel with green iridescent glaze, impressed marks, 19cm high £200 - £300

1082. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed vase, circa 1930, squat ovoid shouldered form, textured blue mottled over green turquoise, impressed marks, 13cm high £120 - £180

1085 1085. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed pot and cover, circa 1930, three footed crucible form, bands of ochre on blue, impressed marks, 9.5cm diameter £180 - £220 1086. A Ruskin crystalline lamp base, 1927, footed shouldered form, impressed marks, 31cm high £60 - £100

1083 1083. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed vase, circa 1930, open necked gourd form, cream over orange draining to blue, impressed marks, 16cm high £60 - £80

1092

1087

1092. A Ruskin lustre vase, 1921, bulbous gourd form with flared cylindrical neck, lilac glazed, impressed marks, 20cm high £180 - £220

1087. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed bowl and stand, circa 1932, footed hemispherical form, green blue ochre over orange, the square section stand in orange, with corner legs and apron sides, impressed marks, 23cm diameter (2) £150 - £250

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1093

1096

1098

1093. A Ruskin Souffle glazed vase, 1906, Meiping form, green fruit skin texture with iron red band to the foot, impressed marks, 18.5cm high £400 - £600

1096. A Ruskin High Fired vase, 1924, slender inverse baluster form, crackled red over grey flambe glaze, impressed marks, 22.5cm high £400 - £600

1098. A Ruskin High Fired vase, 1911, elephant foot form, purple over red with copper oxide speckles, impressed marks, 21cm high £100 - £150

1094

1097

1099

1094. A Ruskin Souffle glazed vase, 1922, elongated Meiping form, mottled blue, impressed marks, 28.5cm high £200 - £300

1097. A Ruskin High Fired vase, 1925, shouldered form, ochre and red flambe glaze, impressed marks, 26cm high £400 - £600

1099. A Ruskin High Fired vase, 1920, inverse baluster form, liver red and grey flambe glaze, impressed marks, 27cm high £500 - £800

1095. A Ruskin High Fired ginger jar with silver lid, 1920, ovoid form, red over mottled grey flambe glaze, impressed marks, 10cm high £400 - £600

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1111 1104. Frederick Rhead for Foley, an Intarsio ewer, shouldered form, decorated with royal heralds between foliate scroll bands, the neck with rampant lions, printed marks, 3340, 28cm high £120 - £180 1100 1100. A Ruskin High Fired lily vase, 1916, flared cylindrical trumpet form, mottled opaque blue over red and white flambe glaze, with electric blue and purple streaks to the interior, impressed marks, 30cm high £500 - £700

1105. A Crown Ducal ‘Autumn Leaves’ charger designed by Charlotte Rhead, printed marks, diameter 32cm £30 - £50

1110. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a dragon lustre vase, inverse baluster form, Z4829, 23cm high £60 - £100 1111. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Fairyland lustre bowl, Bluebell interior and Woodland Birdge II to the exterior, Z4968, 23cm diameter £400 - £600

1112 1106 1106. Gordon Forsyth (attributed) for Gray’s Pottery, a lustre jug, ovoid bulbous form with ropetwist handle, painted with copper leaves and red floral design, printed marks and indistinct number, 19.5cm high £30 - £50

1101 1101. Bernard Moore, a flambe Gu vase, waisted form, painted with a central raised band of fish and scrolls, over an aquatic ground of seaweed, painted marks, 23.5cm high £250 - £300 1102. A Royal Doulton Flambe vase, lobed inverse baluster tulip form, Sung type mottled yellow and black over red glaze, printed marks, 19cm high £40 - £70 1103. A Myottt Goldscheider figure of two deer, modelled sitting, incised and printed marks, 16cm long £30 - £50

1112. John Skeaping and Norman Wilson for Wedgwood, a model of a Bison, brown grey glaze, impressed and printed marks NW 2109, 23cm high £200 - £400

1107. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a pair of dragon lustre vases, Z4827 4, inverse baluster form, red with pearlescent interior, gilt marks, 23cm high (2) £80 - £120 1108. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a butterfly lustre bowl, Z4827, octagonal section, red with pearlescent interior, gilt marks, 21.5cm diameter £80 - £120 1109. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Fairyland lustre footed punch bowl, Woodland Bridge (Elves V), the exterior with Poplar Trees, Z4968, around a central Mermaid roundel, gilt makrs, 28cm diameter £1500 - £2000

1113 1113. Arnold Machin and Norman Wilson for Wedgwood, a model of a leopard in a tree stump, brown grey glaze, impressed marks, NW 2109 17.5cm high £100 - £150

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1114. Norman Wilson for Wedgwood, a Unique Ware bowl, white glazed, conical form on a cylindrical foot, printed mark and hand incised monogram, 25.5cm diameter £150 - £250

1123. A Poole Aegean dish, spear head form, slip decorated with a fish, printed marks 84 and monogram, 44cm long £20 - £40 1124. Two Poole Delphis plates, including a spear head shape 82 and a circular dish painted by Carol Cutler, 44cm long (2) £30 - £50 1125. Tony Morris for Poole, a limited edition charger, D12, decorated with a jewelled tree in yellow orange mottled ground, monogram and printed marks, 41cm diameter £300 - £500 1118 1118. Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a Crocus beehive honey pot, relief moulded with bee finial, Clarice mark, 10cm high £30 - £50

1115 1115. Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, an Alton small conical beaker, Fantasque Bizarre marks, 7cm high £60 - £100

1119. Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, a Crocus sandwich serving plate, square form with moulded handles, Bizarre mark, 27cm long £80 - £120 1120. Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a Beechwood bowl, relief moulded Autumn leaves, circa 1936, printed marks, 18cm diameter £60 - £80 1121. Truda Carter for Poole, a large Persian Deer vase, circa 1950s, shouldered form, SK mark, 34cm high £200 - £300

1116 1116. Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, an Aurea bowl with Delicia interior, squat inverted form, printed Bizarre marks, 26cm diameter £40 - £70

1122. A large Poole Aegean charger, orange and ochre sailing boats in a harbour, printed marks 54, 41.5cm diameter £40 - £70

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1117. Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a Limberlost vase, bulbous trumpet form, Fantassque Bizarre marks, 22cm high £120 - £180

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1125

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STUDIO POTTERY 1126. A studio pottery slipware charger, in the style of Thomas Toft, tubelined with a central coat of arms for Leeds and name Sydney Beevers, September 18, BL impressed personal seal mark possibly Bernard Leach, 30.5cm diameter £50 - £100

1130. Colin Andrews, two studio pottery fish, Brown Trout and Roach, 1996 and 2000, signed, 31cm long (2) £80 - £120

1127. Michael Cardew for Winchcombe, a studio pottery hanging planter, incised stylised floral motif, burst bubble glaze, impressed seal marks, 24cm high £50 - £80

1133 1133. Derek Emms, a studio pottery porcelain box and cover, flattened ovoid form, painted with stylised leaves to the lid, within a gilt band, concentric rings to the body, painted monogram, 12cm diameter £30 - £50

1128. Jitka Palmer, Fire, a large studio pottery vase, the exterior painted with woodland figures holding branches, the interior with a campfire scene, incised to base, 40cm high, 38cm diameter £200 - £300

1131 1131. John Leach for Muchelney, a studio pottery cider flagon, sack form with strap handle, green drip glaze, impressed marks, 14cm high £30 - £50

1134 1134. Ursula Morley Price, a studio pottery sculptural vase, ovoid form, ash glazed with rusticated texturing and inverted rim, 10.5cm diameter £150 - £250

1129 1129. Roger Cockram for Chittlehampton Pottery, a studio pottery vase and cover, ovoid form, incised and part glazed with a relief moulded crab, the claw forming the lid finial, oxidised cryatalline glaze to the main body, impressed marks and full signature £50 - £80

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1135. Ursula Morley Price, a studio pottery sculptural bowl, naturalistic coral form with wavy crimped rim, oatmeal glazed, seal mark, 34cm diameter £400 - £600

1132. Jane Hamlyn, a salt glazed studio pottery jam pot and cover, circular section, triple strand coiled finial to lid, impressed mark, 11cm high £20 - £40

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1135

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BRITISH CERAMICS 1136. A Minton pate sur pate seau, circa 1880, flared and chamfered rectangular form, decorated with four panels of putti, foliate scroll fountains and emblems of Cupid entwined in garlands, on alternating peach and grey panels, below a relief moulded reticulated gallery of knots, supported on scroll feet, impressed marks and incised 2756, signed to one panel with monogram AA, 10cm high £200 - £400

1139. A Royal Worcester floral painted Persian bottle vase, circa 1896, footed baluster bottle form with two reticulated handles, tube gilt cartouches of floral sprays and bouquets within a fading blue ground, puce marks, 17cm high £100 - £200

1141. A Royal Worcester blush ivory jug, 1887, ovoid shouldered form with knopped neck and angled handle, painted with floral sprigs, highlighted in gilt, puce marks, 1042, 26cm high £40 - £60 1142. Ronald Van Ruyckevelt for Royal Worcester, a figure of a Green Winged Teal, 1970, modelled in descent, number 145 of 500, with certificate, on stand, 24.5cm high £120 - £180 1143. James Stinton for Royal Worcester, a blush ivory potpourri vase and cover, painted with pheasants, 1905, squat melon form with reticulated rim and outer lid, on three lions paw feet, green marks and number 292, 19cm high £100 - £200

1137 1137. A Royal Worcester gilt netsuke, modelled as a tortoise, 1909, puce marks, 5cm long £30 - £50 1138. A Royal Worcester bird painted part dessert service, 1901, each decorated with a central specimen, including goldfinch, blue tit and wren, within a hand painted Aesthetic Movement floral rosette border, gilt rim, green mark, W 1081, 23cm diameter (4) £80 - £120

1140 1140. A Royal Worcester blush ivory jug, 1889, shouldered form with bamboo moulded handle, painted with floral specimens, highlighted in gilt, puce marks, 21cm high £30 - £50

1144 1144. James Stinton for Royal Worcester, a blush ivory pheasant painted vase, 1909, bulbous form with knopped neck, signed, green mark 799, 13cm high £80 - £120 1145. Leslie Johnson, a painted porcelain plaque, of an 18th century shepherdess, signed, 13.5cm x 9.5cm, framed £120 - £150

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1142

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1148. Belleek second period three strand woven round basket and cover, encrusted flowers and branches to the rim, pearlescent glaze, impressed mark to banner, 22cm wide. £100 - £150 1149. Belleek second period three strand woven oval basket, encrusted flowers and branches to the rim, pearlescent glaze, impressed mark to banner, 22cm wide. £50 - £80

1150 1150. A Belleek Tridacna part tea service with a border of pale pink, comprising three teacups and two saucers, teapot, sugar, cream jug and tray 40cm wide, second period black printed mark to base (1891-1926) (9) £80 - £120

1146 1146. Leslie Johnson for Royal Doulton, a large trumpet vase, flared cylindrical form, painted with a woman in pink dress in a thicket landscape, signed, above a raised gilt foot in the Art Nouveau style, printed marks, 47.5cm high £1000 - £1500 1147. Two Belleek second period three strand woven round basketand one four strand square basket fourth period, encrusted flowers and branches to the rim, pearlescent glaze, impressed mark to banners, largest 24cm wide (3) £100 - £150

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1151 1151. A Belleek ‘Neptune’ part tea service with a border of pale green, comprising tea tray, teapot, sugar and four teacups and three saucers, tray 45cm wide, second period black printed mark to base (1891-1926) (10) £80 - £120

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1152. A Belleek ‘Neptune’ tea service with a border of pale pink, comprising the tray, teapot, sugar, cream jug, six side plates, six teacups and saucers, tray 45cm wide, second period black printed mark to base (1891-1926) (23) £100 - £200

1155 1155. A Belleek ‘Neptune’ part tea service with a border of pale pink, comprising teapot, sugar, cream jug, six teacups, six saucers, one side plate, second period black printed mark to base (18911926) (16) £80 - £120

1153 1153. A Belleek Coloured ‘Triple Fish’ vase, first period, (18631890), the top naturalistically moulded with bullrushes and on a base decorated with polychrome painted insects on na base moulded in the form of three entwined fish raised on a rocky foot surrounded by newts, 40.5cm high , impressed First Period Belleek mark to base £100 - £200 1156 1156. A Belleek First Period ‘Blue Thorn’ Teapot, cream jug and sugar bowl circa 1870, the lobed body and branch handle with blossom flower and branch motifs decorated in turquoise blue enamels, gilt borders, first period black mark and impressed marks to the base (3) £100 - £150 1157. Four Belleek Three-Strand Trefoil Shape Baskets, circa 1863-1890, the ropetwist rims with three flower sprays, 12 - 14 cm in diameter, ‘Belleek Co Fermanagh’ to a strap to each base (4) £100 - £200 1158. Belleek second period three strand woven round basket, encrusted flowers and branches to the rim, pearlescent glaze, impressed mark to banner, 22cm wide. £50 - £80 1154 1154. A Belleek Tridacna tea service with a border of pale green, large teapot, medium teapot , large sugar, medium sugar, cream jug, eight teacups, seven saucers, six side plates, sandwich plate, tray 40cm wide, second period black printed mark to base (1891-1926) (28) £150 - £250

1159. A Royal Doulton tobacco jar and cover, modelled as a pipe with a silver rim. Circa 1910. Printed marks. Height 31cm. £150 - £250 1160. A Royal Doulton series ware bowl, Surfing, D4645, ogee rim, printed and painted marks, 23.5cm diameter £20 - £30

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1163. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, Shakespeare, a limited edition beer jug, circa 1936, moulded in low relief with figures and books, No 52/1000, printed marks, 26cm high. £100 - £150

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1166

1161. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, an Isaac Walton series ware vase, twin handled flared bulbous form, transfer printed and painted, with double loop handles, 12cm high £20 - £40

1166. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, The Three Musketeers, a limited edition two handled loving cup, circa 1936, moulded in low relief with figures and buildings, No 438/600, signed Noke, printed marks, 25cm high. £100 - £150

1164 1164. Charles Noke and H Fenton for Royal Doulton, Silver Jubilee of King George V and Queen Mary, a limited edition two handled loving cup, circa 1935, moulded in low relief with figures and Windsor Castle, No 555/1000, signed Noke, printed marks, 25cm high. £80 - £120 1162

1167. An early Royal Doulton earthenware figure, Old Balloon Seller, HN 1315, printed, impressed and painted marks, 19cm high £30 - £50 1168. Royal Doulton snowmen figure, The Snowman musical box , gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60 1169. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Mae West, black hair colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £20 - £30 1170. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Rip Van Winkle, D6438, in a different colourway, mottled green hat and dark blue pixie, printed mark, 18cm high £40 - £60

1162. Charles Noke and H Fenton for Royal Doulton, Coronation of George VI and Elizabeth, a limited edition two handled loving cup, circa 1937, moulded in low relief with figures and Windsor Castle, No 206/2000, signed Noke, printed marks, 26cm high. (original certificate) £80 - £120

1171. A Royal Doulton prototype small character jug, Jockey, green and red stripe, printed marks, 12cm high £200 - £300 1172. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Elvis Presley Jail House Rock, silver and gold highlights colourway, gold sample Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60

1165 1165. A Royal Doulton, The Regency Coach, a limited edition beer jug, circa 1936, moulded in low relief with figures and buidings, No 392/500, printed marks, 27cm high. £80 - £120 1163

1173. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Robin Hood, D6998, limited edition 891 of 2500, together with Queen Victoria D6816, new colourway 1988, 19cm high (2) £50 - £80 1174. A Royal Doulton small prototype character jug, Athos, in a different colourway, Property of Royal Doulton printed mark, 10.5cm high £80 - £120

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1180 1180. A Staffordshire blue and white transfer printed tureen and cover, personalised for Stephan Wassilko with baronial coronet, twin handled squat double ogee oval form, 33cm long £50 - £80 1181. A Wedgwood Staffordshire blue and white meat platter, Blue Claude design, impressed marks, 52.5cm long £150 - £250

1175 1175. A Royal Doulton prototype character jug, Maori, printed mark, 19cm high £1500 - £2000 1176. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Santa Claus doll handle, unfinished white hat, Royal Doulton marks (seconds ) £20 - £30 1177. Royal Doulton, The Snowman and James Dancing in the Snow, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60 1178. A Shorter & Son large character jug, Winston Churchill, impressed marks, 16cm high £30 - £50 1179. A large majolica centrepiece, after a Minton design, modelled as a scallop shell flanked by two sea nymphs with garland ropes, on a coral moulded base, 57cm long £100 - £150

1182 1182. A Ralph Hall, Staffordshire blue and white platter, circa 1822, Select Views, Conway Castle Carnarvonshire, Wales, printed marks, 38cm long £150 - £200

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1185

1183. A Staffordshire blue and white platter, circa 1820, romantic landscape scene with family and ruins, 49cm long £100 - £150

1185. A Spode, Staffordshire blue and white meat platter, Greek pattern, circa 1810, New Indented with Well and Tree moulded draining, 48cm long £150 - £200

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1186

1184. A Spode Staffordshire blue and white platter, India pattern, circa 1815, New Indented, impressed marks, 53cm long £120 - £180

1186. A Spode Staffordshire blue and white meat platter, Caramanian series, Castle of Boudron in the Gulf of Stancio, circa 1810, New Indented, Well and Tree moulded draining, impressed marks, 47cm long Note: Goatham Collection label

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1190. A Wedgwood Jasperware scent bottle, 19th century, flattened oval form, Neoclassical allegorical ovals within laurel and floral garland wreaths, embossed silver hinged lid with white glass stopper, 8.5cm long £80 - £120

1187 1187. A pair of Staffordshire pottery figures of greyhounds, mid 19th century each sitting facing left and right respectively, with hares at their feet and decorated in coloured enamels, raised on oval plinth bases, 21 cm high (2) £40 - £60 1188. A Wedgwood tri colour Jasperware vase and cover, twin handled Campana urn form, circa 1840, white on green and blue, honeysuckle and acanthus lappets, the central scene of Classical figures and flaming urns, 23cm high £120 - £180

1191 1191. A Derby porcelain figure of a putto with basket of flowers, circa 1770, patch marks, 13cm high £30 - £50 1192. A Victorian treacle glazed stoneware novelty tobacco jar, Jack Tar, modelled as a sailor, 32cm high £50 - £80

1189 1189. A pair of Wedgwood Jasperware custard cups, circa 1795, each of comma form, white trellis over blue, with denticulated rims, impressed marks, 4cm high, 6.5cm long (2) £200 - £400

1193 1193. A salt glazed stoneware spirit flask, 19th century, in the form of a powder flask, relief moulded with hunting dogs, 20cm long £50 - £80 1194. A treacle glazed stoneware character jug, depicting a man in a nightcap, 19th century, height 17cm, together with a Brampton salt glazed stoneware fish flask, realistically modelled as a bass, 27cm long (2) £50 - £80 1195. A Staffordshire figure of a greyhound, 19th century, modelled with rabbit in mouth, 20cm high £20 - £40 1190

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1198

1196. A Staffordshire Pearlware model of a lion, early 19th Century, modelled after the Medici lion, mounted on a stepped rectangular plinth base, a front paw poised on a ball, decorated in coloured enamels, the lion in reddish brown with yellow ball, with green and puce marbelised plinth, 27cm wide, 20.5cm £200 - £300

1198. A Staffordshire Pottery bocage Pearlware figure of a lion, early 19th Century, the lion raised on stylised base with paw resting on a ball, the bocage decoration with coloured floral motifs, 13.5cm high £80 - £120

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1197. A Leeds Pottery creamware coffee pot and cover, circa 1780, of baluster form and decorated in coloured enamels with Oriental figures in garden landscape, loop handle, the domed cover decorated with floral motif and painted finial, 26.5cm high £60 - £80

1200. A Staffordshire pottery figure of a cat, circa 1850, the black and white cat raised on an underglaze blue oval plinth base, 14cm high £150 - £250

1199. A Collection of five assorted English Delftware tiles, mid 18th century, three decorated in puce coloured enamels with figural scenes and two blue and white tiles depicting river and seascapes, together with a mid 18th century Staffordshire pottery saltglaze basket with elaborate reticulated decoration, (6) £50 - £80

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1203 1203. A Yorkshire Pottery Figure of a Ram, circa 1810, modelled with diminutive shepherd boy or gardener figure with a crook resting against the ram and with a lamb or dog recumbant under the ram beside a front leg, mounted on an oval stepped base decorated in sponged coloured enamels, 16cm high, 15cm long £60 - £80 1201 1201. A fine Pearlware glazed pottery table figure group, Staffordshire, England circa 1820, entitled ‘Tee Total’, attributed to the Obadiah Sherratt Pottery, Staffordshire, decorated in coloured enamels with bocage trees flanking a styled castle building behind and husband and wife taking tea with their baby, raised on florally decorated rectangular footed base, 18cm wide, 20cm high £600 - £800

1204. An earthernware slipware dish, English circa 1800, the comb decorated baking or loaf dish in cream and terracotta coloured enamels, 39.6cm long, 32cm £700 - £900

1205 1205. A Pottery hound head stirrup cup, English, circa 1820, decorated in coloured and gilt enamels, 16 cm long, 10cm high £150 - £250

1202 1202. A Pair of English Delftware blue and white vases with covers, circa 1700, of baluster form and decorated in panels with leaf and foliate designs and stylised borders, the reeded covers decorated with panels of floral motifs and with shaped feather patterned finials, and raised on hexagonal bases, 32cm high (2) £300 - £400

1206 1206. A slipware dish, square section with mottled decoration, 20.5cm square £30 - £50

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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 K & O’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 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 £200,000. The buyer’s premium is 15% plus VAT on the hammer price of each lot on the excess of £200,001 up to and including £1,000,000. The buyer’s premium is 12% 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: Kingham & Orme 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, K & O 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 K & O will use information provided by its clients or obtained by K & O relating to its clients for the provision of auction services or as required by law. K & O may need to record telephone conversations for security or legal reasons or as necessary to provide a higher quality of service. Clients agree that K & O may use sensitive information that they supply to K & O. Unless permitted by law, K & O 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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Fine & Decorative Arts | 5th-7th March 2020

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Fine & Decorative Arts | 5th-7th March 2020