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Morphets fine art auctioneers & valuers since 1895

Thursday 7th March 2013 at 10.00am


Lot 61


Morphets fine art auctioneers & valuers since 1895

FINE ART AND ANTIQUES POST WAR DESIGN

ORDER OF SALE

THURSDAY 7TH MARCH 2013 at 10.00am

Collectors’ Items Lighting

27-35

▲ The sale includes selected items from

Clocks and Barometers

37-42

Weapons and Medals

44-52

the estate of Sir John and Lady Armytage, formerly of Kirklees Hall, West Yorkshire. ON VIEW

Musical Instruments

54-56

Works of Art

58-90

Books

Tuesday 5th March 2pm-7pm Wednesday 6th March 10am-5pm Sale Day 8.30am-10am

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European Ceramics

91-111 113-165

Glass

168-177

Asian Ceramics, Works of Art and Furniture

179-269

Plated Wares

270-272

Foreign Silver

275-278

All lots are illustrated and can be viewed on the internet via

Silver

281-326

Objets de Vertu

329-343

www.morphets.co.uk www.the-saleroom.com/morphets

Jewellery

345-392

Watches

395-418

the-saleroom.com

Interval for Lunch

Front Cover Illustration: Lot 553 detail Back Cover Illustration: Lot 87 Catalogue: £7.00

Live bidding is available for this sale Lots purchased online with the-saleroom.com will attract an additional charge for this service in the sum of 3% of the hammer price plus VAT at the rate imposed

Afternoon Session Oil Paintings

420-445

Watercolours, Pastels and Drawings

448-470

Prints, Engravings and Maps

472-494

Enquiries concerning this sale:

Carpet

Elizabeth Pepper-Darling ASFAV Suki Burnett FNAVA David Hall

Period and Later Furniture

497-553

Arts and Crafts Furniture

554-572

Modernist and Post War Design Furniture

574-584

Textiles

585-606

Saleroom and Offices: 6 Albert Street, Harrogate HG1 1JL Tel: 01423 530030 Fax: 01423 500717 e-mail: enquiries@morphets.co.uk

Members of the Society

of Fine Art Auctioneers.

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Information For Buyers 1. INTRODUCTION

7. CONDITION REPORTS We may be able to assist buyers unable to view by providing a condition report, but these reports are based solely on our own opinion and are for guidance only and no responsibility is accepted for their accuracy. Intending buyers are strongly encouraged to view. (Please see our Conditions of Sale).

The following informative notes are intended to assist Buyers, particularly those inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All sales are conducted on our printed Conditions of Sale which are readily available for inspection and normally accompany catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything you do not fully understand.

8. ELECTRICAL GOODS Collectable items which are electrical are sold as ‘antiques’ only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician first.

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.

9. EXPORT OF GOODS Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether an export licence is required and (b) whether there is any specific prohibition on importing goods of that character because, e.g. they may contain prohibited materials such as ivory.

3. ESTIMATES Estimates are designed to help buyers gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. The lower estimate may represent the reserve price and certainly will not be below it. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s Premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the sale and may be altered by announcement before the sale. They are in no sense definitive.

10. BIDDING Bidders are required to register before the sale commences and lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. You will need a bidding card which is available free of charge, upon production of current identification that can confirm your name and address (eg driving licence, passport, utility bill, but please note that we will not accept bank debit or credit cards as identification).Otherwise, a refundable CASH deposit of £50 must be paid, your deposit will be set against your invoice if you are successful with your bid, or refunded to you once we have established that no bids have been allocated to your bidding number.

4. BUYER’S PREMIUM The Conditions of Sale oblige buyers to pay a buyer’s premium at 15% on the hammer price of each lot purchased. In addition, VAT is chargeable on this premium (see below). Please see note under live bidding on the following page. 5. VAT (*) indicates that there is a VAT element payable by the purchaser at the standard rate within the hammer price as well as being payable on the buyer’s premium. This imposition of VAT is likely to be because the seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not operating the Dealers Margin Scheme or because VAT is due on importation into the UK. Lots which appear without the above symbol indicate that no VAT is payable on the hammer price. This may be because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme and, if so, it should be noted that the VAT included within the Premium is not recoverable as input tax.

11. COMMISSION BIDDING Commission bids may be left with the auctioneers indicating the maximum amount to be bid excluding buyer’s premium. They will be executed as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical commission bids the auctioneers may prefer the first bid received. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for the leaving of commission bids by telephone, e-mail or fax. In order for Commission and Telephone Bids to be operated, we will require your credit/debit card details. Confirmation of any bids taken over the telephone must be made in writing (fax, email or post) by 9am on the day of the sale.

6. CONDITIONS OF LOTS Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale. Intending buyers have ample opportunity for inspection of goods and neither the seller nor we as the auctioneers accept any responsibility for their condition. In particular, mechanical objects of any age are not guaranteed to be in working order. However, in specified circumstances lots misdescribed because they are ‘deliberate forgeries’ may be returned and repayment made. There is a 3 week time limit. (The expression ‘deliberate forgery’ is defined in our Conditions of Sale). MORPHETS Fine Art & Antique Auctioneers since 1895

12. METHODS OF PAYMENT Goods can be paid for during the sale. We accept the following forms of payment:Cash: (up to a limit of £5,000 due to money laundering regulations) Cheques: goods will only be released on cleared cheques Debit Card: Cardholder Not Present transactions subject to maximum £500 limit 2


Credit Card: subject to a charge of 2% plus VAT, Cardholder Not Present transactions subject to maximum £500 limit

SELLING AT MORPHETS Selling by auction is a simple and efficient way of disposing of either a single item or an entire household on the open market with professional advice. Morphets’ staff are available to assist you with your sale.

Bank Transfer: details available from the Office. 13. COLLECTION AND STORAGE Please note what the Conditions of Sale state about collection and storage. It is important that goods are paid for and collected promptly. Any delay may involve the buyer in paying our storage charges.

Morphets hold quarterly catalogue sales which include fine art, antique furniture, works of art and regular sales of household content and Victoriana. Your consignment will be individually assessed for the most suitable sale.

GLOSSARY OF TERMS CONCERNING THE ATTRIBUTION OF PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS (i) The christian name(s) and surname of the artist indicates in our opinion a work by the artist.

FREE ADVISORY SESSIONS are held every Wednesday between 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. when our valuers are on hand to assess the auction value of your property free of charge.

(ii)

The initials of the christian name(s) and the surname of the artist indicate in our opinion a work of the period of the artist which may be wholly or in part his work.

If your items are too large or numerous to bring to the office an appointment can be made for our valuers to call at your home.

(iii)

The surname only of the artist indicates in our opinion a work of the school or by one of the followers of the artist or in his style and of uncertain date.

(iv)

‘‘Bears signature’’ indicates in our opinion that this is not the signature of the artist.

LIVE BIDDING IS AVAILABLE FOR THIS SALE Any bids made via www.the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission on the hammer price.

(v)

The name of the artist preceded by ‘‘After’’ indicates in our opinion a copy of the work of the artist.

ARTISTS RESALE RIGHTS In accordance with Artists Resale Rights Regulations 2006, all lots marked ARR which sell for €1,000 or more are subject to a resale royalty charge ("Royalty"). This Royalty is payable by the Bidder. The Royalty will be charged at a rate of 4% of the total hammer price (exclusive of Bidder's premium which is payable under clause 8a) for lots selling for amounts up to €50,000. For lots selling in excess of €50,001, the Royalty shall be calculated at a reduced rate (details available on request). The Royalty is not subject to VAT and is payable in sterling calculated on the day of sale at the prevailing rate of exchange. Payment shall be passed directly to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS), 33 Great Sutton Street, London EC1V 0DX. For further information please contact the Auctioneers or DACS on 0845 4103410 or visit their website at www.dacs.org.uk

NOTICE TO BUYERS OF GEMSTONES/JEWELS Many coloured gemstones have been subjected to a variety of treatments designed to enhance their appearance, for example heating is regularly used to improve colour or transparency in rubies and sapphires. Other treatments such as oiling, enhance the clarity of emeralds. Other coloured gemstones may have undergone permanent or semi-permanent treatments such as dyeing, irradiation, coating and impregnation, which may require further re-treatment in order to retain their appearance. The jewellery trade generally accepts these treatments. Prospective purchasers should assume all gemstones will have been treated unless statements are made to the contrary. Recent advancements in technology have led to some diamonds being treated in a variety of ways designed to enhance their appearance. These treatments can include fracture filling, laser drilling, irradiation and coating. Every effort is made to identify such treatments, however it is not possible for Morphets to guarantee that all lots containing diamonds are free of these enhancements.

MORE ABOUT MORPHETS Morphets offer a complete auction sales and valuation service. Call in to discuss your particular requirements with our valuers. Valuations can be prepared for Probate, Insurance, Family Division etc. for private clients, executors and trustees. Most valuations can be started within seven days.

All dimensions and estimated weights of gemstones have been determined without unsetting the stones and are therefore only approximate because of limitations imposed by the mount. Estimated weights are normally calculated by applying standard formulae to the measurements taken. 3

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The sale includes selected items from the estate of Sir John 9th Bt., and Lady Armytage, formerly of Kirklees Hall, Clifton, Brighouse, West Yorkshire. These lots are indicated with a ▲. The Manor of Kirklees was in the Armytage family for almost 500 years, having been conveyed to John Armytage of Farnley Tyas in 1565. The first Baronetcy was granted to Sir Francis Armytage in 1641. The priory had association with the legend of Robin Hood and the outlaw’s grave is reputedly located in its vicinity. Kirklees Hall was later extended by Robert Adam and John Carr and received many notable visitors including Charlotte Bronte.


COLLECTORS’ ITEMS

COLLECTORS’ ITEMS Lot 4 ▲ A REGENCY BLACK ENAMELLED IRON AND BRASS DOOR STOP, the circular section shaft with loop handle, 39cm high £30 - £50 Lot 5 ▲ AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRASS CASED LAWN TENNIS MEASURE, the face enamelled in black with gilt lettering and diagram, centred by a brass winder, 11cm diameter £40 - £60

Lot 1 Lot 1 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY BLACK PAINTED IRON AND BRASS MOUNTED FIRE DOGS, in the Charles II manner, possibly after Ernest Gimson, each with two roundels of pierced naturalistic form and further conforming mounts, on an inverted T-shaped frame, 69cm high x 28cm wide. See illustration £300 - £500 Lot 2 A PAIR OF 20TH CENTURY LEAD GARDEN ORNAMENTS, each as a putto seated cross-legged on the edge of a clam shell from which a bird drinks at the rim, shaped circular foot, 38cm wide x 39cm high £300 - £500 Lot 3 ▲ A SET OF THREE VICTORIAN BRASS FIRE IRONS, with urn handles and plain shafts £70 - £100

Lot 9 A CAUCASIAN MINIATURE SILK RUG, with a central floral medallion with corner spandrels on a cream field, within bands, 24cm x 24cm, framed and glazed £60 - £80

Lot 6 ▲ AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY DISPLAY OF INDIGENOUS BRITISH BUTTERFLIES, by Watkins & Doncaster, London, internally labelled, glazed display frame, 30.5cm x 40.5cm overall £40 - £60 Lot 7 ▲ A LATE 19TH CENTURY DAGUERREOTYPE UNION CASE, oval both sides moulded with two Middle Eastern women seated in a garden with sleeping hound, 6.5cm wide, together with another union case, rectangular, moulded with a scroll and patera medallion 9cm x 10cm, and embossed leather daguerreotype case with gilt metal clasp, 9.5cm x 8cm and a composition profile cameo of a Victorian lady, oval, 8cm x 6cm (4) £30 - £50 Lot 8 A GEORGE III PERIOD SAMPLER, by Mary Bamforth, aged 15 years and dated 1818, worked in coloured silks with a motto, house and trees, plants and motifs, within a strawberry border, 22cm x 26.5cm £150 - £200

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Lot 10 Lot 10 ▲ A 19TH CENTURY FLEMISH TAPESTRY PANEL, depicting a game of popinjay in a medieval landscape, 204cm x 113cm. See illustration £100 - £150 Lot 11 FIVE 19TH CENTURY WHITE IVORY BILLIARD BALLS, approximately 4.5cm diameter £170 - £200

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COLLECTORS’ ITEMS

Lot 12 Lot 12 A VICTORIAN IVORY HANDLED MALACCA WALKING STICK, the handle finely carved as a snarling leopard’s head, with glass eyes (one missing), with plain gilt metal collar, 89.5cm long. See illustration £300 - £400 Lot 13 A REGENCY ROSEWOOD TRAVELLING DESK STAND, oblong, with a pair of hinged covers, enclosing an EPNS covered ink well and pounce pot, a quill well with concave lid, centred by a turned carrying handle, narrow drawer to side, 10cm high x 25.5cm wide x 15cm deep. See illustration £275 - £325 Lot 14 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CUTLERY TRAY, oblong with a single division mounted with a brass carrying handle, 37cm x 21cm £80 - £120 Lot 15 ▲ A PAIR OF REGENCY FACE SCREENS, the stained cartouche shape panels painted in black with landscapes, one inscribed with riddles, on ring turned handles, 36cm x 23cm £60 - £100 Lot 16 ▲ A MID 19TH CENTURY BIRDS EYE MAPLE TEA CADDY, of sarcophagus form, internally fitted with two lidded compartments, flanking central glass mixing bowl, on ball feet, 35cm wide £60 - £100

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Lot 17 Lot 17 ▲ A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY MEDICINE CHEST, the rectangular section case surmounted by recessed brass handle, two hinged flaps to the frieze with brass escutcheons (one lacking), internally fitted with glass bottles containing assorted named medicaments, and with two drawers with recessed brass handles containing scales, mortar and pestle and other accessories, on a plinth, 22cm wide x 27cm high. See illustration £300 - £500

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COLLECTORS’ ITEMS Lot 18 ▲ A PAIR OF 17TH CENTURY OAK PANELS, of square outline, each carved in low relief with a crowned lion statant guardant and naive flower forms, on a stippled ground, 33cm x 31.5cm. See illustration £150 - £200 Lot 19 ▲ AN EDWARD VII SILVER AND EBONISED PRESENTATION SPADE, by Wm. James Dingley, Birmingham 1904, the open cartouche-shape handle mounted with silver laurel and shield painted in coloured enamels with the Fleetwood crest, the ebonised shaft with silver annulated girdle, the blade mounted with an enamelled banner ‘Sanitas est vita’, above the Armytage family crest, inscribed ‘Presented to Sir George Armytage Bart. on the occasion of his cutting the first sod for the new sewage works for the urban district of Fleetwood, 21st March 1905’, 75cm long, contained in an oak velvet and satin-lined box, together with a mounted sepia photograph of the ceremony. See illustration £700 - £900

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Lot 20 ▲ A 19TH CENTURY ELM ‘CRYPT’ BOX, rectangular with side carrying handles, having twin lift up flaps and central lift off lid, the interior fitted with three opposing rows of compartments, each having a panel front bearing paper labels recording the death of members of the family and descendants of Sir Samuel Armytage 1st baronet of Kirklees who died in 1747, the last entry being Sir George Ayscough Armytage, 7th baronet, Brig: Gen: C.M.G., D.S.O. b.1872 d.1953, 19cm high x 59cm wide x 39cm depth. See illustration £100 - £150

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COLLECTORS’ ITEMS

Lot 22

Lot 21 ▲ A 19TH CENTURY PRESENTATION SPIT SPADE, the elm shaft bearing two copper presentation plaques, the first inscribed ‘This spade was used by Her Royal Highness Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll, on the twenty-second of May 1907 for planting a tree at Robin Hood’s grave, Kirklees Park’, the second inscribed ‘Presented to George J. Armytage Esquire of Kirklees Park, Yorkshire, on cutting the first sod of the Brighouse and Pickle Bridge branch of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company, by Messrs Taylor & Thompson Contractors, May 23rd 1874’, 102cm high £50 - £70

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Lot 22 A SWISS CYLINDER MUSICAL BOX, by Jérôme Thibouville-Lamy, the lever-wind movement with 17_in cylinder, playing twelve airs, gamme no. 27618, the nine birds and bells in sight with insect strikers, in a figured walnut, banded, line-inlaid and ebonised case, on plinth feet, 72.5cm wide. See illustration £1,500 - £2,000

Lot 24 A VICTORIAN COPPER AND BRASS TWO-HANDLED SHALLOW SIMMERING PAN, 41cm diameter; and another similar (2) £80 - £120

Lot 23 A COMPOSITE SET OF EIGHT 19TH CENTURY COPPER MEASURES, of graduated conical shape, measuring two gallons to half-gill, all with 19th century and later lead excise stamps £150 - £200

Lot 26 SPARE LOT

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Lot 25 TAXIDERMY: SNOWY OWL IN NATURALISTIC SETTING, under glass dome, overall approximate height 69cm. See illustration £400 - £500


LIGHTING

LIGHTING Lot 27 A 20TH CENTURY FRENCH ORMOLU TABLE LAMP, the domed circular base foliate cast and surmounted by a figure of a seated cherub supporting a swag of flowers, a scrolling branch to the rear, pleated silk shade, 38cm high overall £150 - £200 Lot 28 A FRENCH ORMOLU, OPAQUE AND BLUE CASED GLASS LAMP BASE, the wrythen fluted column decorated with gilt scrolls, from a strapwork and scroll tripartite base, 56cm high, fitted for electricity £150 - £200 Lot 29 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY GILT BRASS SIX-LIGHT CANDELABRA, each with a centre candle sconce and five surrounding, the column with foliate calyx, supported by three caryatid to a tripartite base, 52.5cm high £100 - £150 Lot 30 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY MONUMENTAL BRASS NINE-LIGHT CANDELABRA, the fixed scones on scrolling branches encircling a centre sconce, issuing from an urn shape terminal above a waisted octagonal column, cast with oval profile masks and classical ornaments, on a domed and octagonal base with lion mask and strapwork detail. See illustration £300 - £500

Lot 32 ▲ A PAIR OF REGENCY ROSEWOOD AND BRASS STANDARD LAMPS, now converted for electricity each with a reeded column, issuing from a hexagonal tapering sleeve with lobed collar, on a circular base with three curved feet, 148cm high. See illustration £200 - £300 Lot 33 A VICTORIAN BRASS MOUNTED OVERLAY GLASS OIL LAMP, the clear glass overlaid in white and cut with shamrocks and printies, on a cast base with four strapwork feet, with an acid etched shade, 56cm high £250 - £350

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Lot 34 AN ART DECO SILVER PATINATED SPELTER TABLE LAMP, fashioned as a semi-nude female standing with arms raised, holding aloft a later globe shade, on circular marble plinth, 46cm (without shade) £200 - £250 Lot 35 AN ART DECO TABLE LAMP, formed as a silvered bronze figure of a naked female, supporting a crizzled glass shade of globular form, and supported by an alabaster square pedestal, fitted for electricity, 65.5cm high overall £200 - £300 Lot 36 SPARE LOT

Lot 31 ▲ A CHINESE BLANC DE CHINE STYLE LAMP BASE, modelled as Guanyin, dressed in flowing robes, holding a lotus flower, on a lotus stand, turned wood circular base, 40cm high £70 - £100

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CLOCKS AND BAROMETERS

CLOCKS AND BAROMETERS Lot 39 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GILT BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK, with a timepiece movement, of serpentine oblong form, white face with black Roman numerals, bevelled glass and toupie feet, 14cm high over handle £100 - £125

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Lot 37 Lot 37 ▲ A GEORGE III MAHOGANY STICK BAROMETER, with an architectural pediment, the silvered register signed Willson, 115 Holborn, the herringbone veneered case with exposed mercury tube and turned cistern cover, 102cm high. See illustration £200 - £300

Lot 38 ▲ A REGENCY MAHOGANY AND BRASS-MOUNTED BRACKET CLOCK, the four pillar repeater movement striking on a bell, with circular white painted dial, Roman numerals, the rectangular section case decorated with cog bands, surmounted by a moulded and cushion fluted rectangular pediment with brass pineapple finial, twin brass ring handles with stamped backplates to the sides above pierced fabric backed rectangular fishscale panels, rectangular plinth, four ball feet, 51.5cm high. See illustration £400 - £600

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Lot 40 Lot 40 A JAEGER LE COULTRE ATMOS MANTEL CLOCK, no. 7781 6610, the gilt brass movement with oscillating suspended pendulum, in a glazed case with detachable cover, 23.5cm high. See illustration £300 - £500


CLOCKS AND BAROMETERS Lot 41 ▲ A GEORGE III FIGURED MAHOGANY AND INLAID LONGCASE CLOCK, the eight day movement striking on a bell, the painted square dial with calendar arch and phases of the moon secondary dial, signed Higginbotham, Macclesfield, the hood with a swan neck pediment, the glass door flanked by square section pilasters, over an inlaid frieze and shaped trunk door, on bracket feet, 226cm high. See illustration £700 - £900 Lot 42 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, BY DAVID PATERSON, Sunderland, the eight day movement striking on a bell, the brass dial with silvered chapter ring, Roman and Arabic numerals, centrally engraved and with secondary seconds dial and calendar aperture, further embellished with cast spandrels and with a painted phases of the the moon dial to the arch, the glazed hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment and flanked by brass capped pillars, the shaped trunk door flanked by a quadrant pillars and on a moulded box base, bracket feet, 247cm high. See illustration £600 - £800 Lot 43 SPARE LOT

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WEAPONS AND MEDALS

WEAPONS AND MEDALS Lot 48 A 19TH CENTURY BOXLOCK PERCUSSION POCKET PISTOL, with plain walnut stock (damages), 19cm overall £70 - £100 Lot 49 A LATE GEORGE III FLINTLOCK POCKET PISTOL, the lockplate inscribed ‘Dean, London’, with screw-off barrel, stamped proof marks, plain walnut stock, 17.5cm overall £200 - £300

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Lot 45 Lot 44 A GEORGE III FLINTLOCK BLUNDERBUSS, the brass barrel, 36.5cm long, stamped proof marks, inscribed ‘London’ and with flared muzzle, surmounted by a springaction bayonet, the full walnut stock part silver wire-inlaid, the steel lockplate and brass fittings engraved, plain brass butt plate, fitted with an underslung horn-tipped ramrod (old repairs), 76cm overall. See illustration £1,500 - £2,000 Lot 45 AN EARLY VICTORIAN PERCUSSION PISTOL, formed as a truncheon, the black-enamelled barrel with slightly flared terminal, turned and ebonised wood handle, 45cm long. See illustration £400 - £600

Lot 46 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY NAVAL FLINTLOCK PISTOL, with plain steel barrel, 23cm, brass-tipped full walnut stock, brass trigger guard and butt plate with lanyard ring, 38.5cm overall £250 - £350

Lot 47 Lot 47 A GEORGE III FLINTLOCK PISTOL, the steel lockplate with foliate engraving, inscribed ‘Smith’, the octagonal section barrel 15.4cm similarly engraved and stamped proof marks, the full walnut stock with brass fittings, part engraved, and with underslung brass-tipped ramrod, 26cm overall. See illustration £300 - £500

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Lot 50 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY PERCUSSION FOWLING PIECE, the part octagonal section barrel, 76.6cm, the steel lockplate and fittings part engraved, the half walnut stock with plain butt plate, with underslung brass-tipped ramrod (a replacement), 117.5cm overall £100 - £150 Lot 51 A GROUP OF THREE WWI CAMPAIGN MEDALS, to 5L-5949 A. Sjt. H. Atkinson 5-Lrs, the 1914 Star with dated bar, together with a group of six miniatures and Old Contemptibles Association badge, in a display frame; and a small lot of medal ribbons £70 - £100 Lot 52 A GROUP OF THREE WWI CAMPAIGN MEDALS, to 2 Lieut. D. E. Adams, Middx. R.; together with a group of four WWII campaign medals, a George V Territorial medal, cased, a group of seven miniatures and four others £70 - £100 Lot 53 SPARE LOT


MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

Lot 54 A VIOLIN, bearing label Carlo Storioni and dated 1845, with two-part back, measuring 35.5cm below the button, together with two nickel plated bows, in a wooden case. See illustration £700 - £1,000

Lot 54 Lot 55 A VIOLIN, the one-piece maple back 36cm, inlaid purfling, the table conforming, with two nickel mounted bows, one stamped ‘Tourte’, in a leatherette case £400 - £500

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Lot 56 A LACHENAL & CO TWENTY-ONE KEY CONCERTINA, serial no. 48729, with mahogany fretwork ends, twenty-one bone buttons, leather straps, five-fold paper covered leather bellows, in original box £150 - £200 Lot 57 SPARE LOT

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WORKS OF ART

WORKS OF ART Lot 58 ▲ PENELOPE CARWARDINE (BRITISH 1730-1800) PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF AN OFFICER, with grey powdered hair, facing to sinister, wearing a red and green uniform jacket and lace jabot, oval, signed with initials and dated 1756, 4.5cm high, in a gilt metal frame with suspension ring. See illustration £300 - £500

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Lot 59 ▲ ANONYMOUS (18TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL) PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A GENTLEMAN, facing to dexter, wearing a deep red jacket with fur collar and a cream cravat, oval, 4.5cm high, in a gilt metal frame with suspension ring. See illustration £150 - £200

Lot 60 ▲ SAMUEL COLLINS (BRITISH 17301800) PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF SIR GEORGE ARMYTAGE, facing to sinister, wearing a blue jacket with red collar, and a white cravat, oval, signed with initials and dated 1765, 3.5cm high, in a gilt metal frame with suspension ring. See illustration £200 - £300 Lot 61 ▲ JOHN SMART (BRITISH 1741-1811), PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A GENTLEMAN, with grey powdered hair, facing to dexter, wearing a black jacket and white cravat, oval, signed with initials and dated 1783, oval 4.5cm high, in a gilt metal frame with suspension ring. See illustration £2,000 - £3,000

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WORKS OF ART Lot 62 ▲ ANONYMOUS (19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL), PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF SIR GEORGE ARMYTAGE BART. of Kirklees (1734-1783), half length facing to dexter, wearing a blue coat with red collar, watercolour on paper, oval, 15cm high; together with a head and shoulders study of a young man, wearing a high collared jacket, watercolour and graphite, oval, 15cm high, and a portrait miniature of a matronly woman, wearing a white bonnet, watercolour on paper, oval, 7cm high (3) £50 - £70 Lot 63 ANONYMOUS (18TH CENTURY SCHOOL), PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A LADY, facing to dexter and wearing a green gown with lace bodice, with upswept coiffure, oval, on copper, unsigned, 5.75cm high, in later ebonised frame with acorn mount £150 - £200

Lot 65 LESA HALLAM (BRITISH EARLY 20TH CENTURY), A PAIR OF HEAD AND SHOULDER PORTRAIT MINIATURES OF A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE, he in a grey jacket and blue tie, she in a white gown with pink rose to the décolletage, oval 7.5cm, both in gilt metal frames with tied ribbon and foliate cresting, and enclosed in tan leather folding cases, 13.5cm x 11cm overall. See illustration £200 - £300

Lot 64 Lot 64 ▲ GERVASE JARVIS SPENCER (BRITISH C.1715-1763) PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF MR BRANDLING, with grey powdered hair, facing to dexter, wearing a blue and red jacket, red waistcoat and white cravat, oval, signed with initials and dated 1758, 3cm high, in a gilt metal frame with suspension ring. See illustration £250 - £350

Lot 66 A PAIR OF PORTRAIT MINIATURES, OF A YOUNG NAPOLEON IN DRESS UNIFORM AND EMPRESS JOSEPHINE, in an elaborate headdress, watercolour, half length, indistinctly signed, oval, 8cm high, in a brass silk mounted oblong frame, overall 16.5cm x 25.5cm £150 - £200

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WORKS OF ART Lot 69 ▲ AFTER LOUISE VIGEE-LEBRUN (17551842), A set of six late 19th century French portrait miniatures of prominent gentlemen and ladies of society, named as Mme Lebrun (self portrait), Marie Antoinette, Mme Elizabeth, Cte. de Provence Louis XVI, Comte D’Artois, signed Lebrun, watercolour, oval, each 9cm high, contained within two ormolu and velvet-mounted frames, with ribbon tie cresting, overall 24cm x 37cm. See illustration £300 - £500 Lot 70 ▲ A MID 19TH CENTURY SILHOUETTE CUT OUT FAMILY GROUP OF A MOTHER AND FATHER WITH THREE CHILDREN, two female bust portraits above, 32cm x 47cm, bird’s eye maple frame £100 - £150

Lot 69 Lot 67 ▲ A 19TH CENTURY PAINTED WAX PROFILE PORTRAIT OF LAFAYETTE, (Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette), modelled with his powdered hair ‘en queue’, wearing a green military jacket and lace jabot, inscribed Lafayette 1796, in a black and gilt box frame, 25cm x 20cm overall £75 - £125

Lot 68 ▲ ANONYMOUS (18TH/19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL), lovers in a river landscape with fisherman, enamel on copper, oval, 6cm x 7.5cm, in an ebonised frame with gilt metal bezel, 11.5cm x 13cm overall £70 - £90

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Lot 71 ▲ A 19TH CENTURY PROFILE SILHOUETTE OF JOHN ARMYTAGE BART, born 7th October 1792, died 24th May 1836, facing to dexter and wearing a frock coat, holding a book, oblong 27cm x 17cm, together with a companion work of a young boy facing to sinister, holding a top hat, oblong 19cm x 13cm, both in birds eye maple frames with gilt slips (2) £100 - £150 Lot 72 ▲ A PAIR OF LATE GEORGE III PROFILE SILHOUETTE BUST PORTRAITS OF SIR JOHN ARMYTAGE OF KIRKLEES AND HIS WIFE MARY, NEE ASSHETON FROM DOWNHAM, LANCASHIRE, he facing to sinister and wearing a frock coat and cravat, she facing to dexter and wearing a lace trimmed dress and necklace, with upswept and curled coiffure, within gilt metal oval bezels, ebonised rectangular frames with acorn mounts, inscribed verso in black ink John Armytage died 1836 for G.J.A Kirklees from C.E.A, and Mary Assheton from a miniature at Downham for G.J.A Kirklees from C.E.A, the aperture measuring 9.5cm x 7.5cm, overall 23cm x 20.5cm, together with a profile bust silhouette of Mrs Assheton (nee Lettice Brooke) Bath 1818, in a black oval frame with gilt bezel, 12cm high (3) £100 - £150


WORKS OF ART Lot 73 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY EUROPEAN IVORY CANDLESTICKS, each having a turned sconce and drip tray, the column formed from two sphericals, on a reeded socle and three spherical feet, 26cm high £100 - £150

Lot 75 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY BLUE JOHN VASE, of urn shape, having an ebonised turned and gilded integral cover with knop finial and socle, on a circular plinth base, 28cm high. See illustration £600 - £800 Lot 76 A PAIR OF MID-19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL REVERSE PAINTINGS ON GLASS, each depicting a lake landscape with cottages in the middle distance and fisherman in the foreground, oval moulded and ebonised frames, 12.5cm x 16cm overall £70 - £100

Lot 77 A FRENCH SECOND EMPIRE BRONZE COAL PAIL, of circular section, cast to the rim with ornamental bands, twin mask-headed entrelac and paterae decorated folding strap handles, three zoomorphic supports, 41cm high. See illustration £300 - £500 Lot 78 ▲ A FRENCH SECOND EMPIRE BRONZE AND ORMOLU INKWELL, of maskdecorated two-handled campana urn form, on a triple paw pedestal and circular base, white marble circular plinth (lacking liner), 9.2cm high £100 - £150

Lot 74 Lot 74 ▲ AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY PAINTED PLASTER PLAQUE, modelled in high relief with the head of an angel and a saint, polychrome painted and gilt, raised against an oblong panel, painted with a simple landscape, 41cm x 54.5cm. See illustration £200 - £300

Lot 79 Lot 79 ▲ A 19TH CENTURY GILT BRONZE DESK WEIGHT, modelled as a recumbent cow, on a rectangular green marble base, 15cm wide. See illustration £150 - £200 Lot 80 ▲ A 19TH CENTURY BRONZE DESK WEIGHTS, modelled as a seated hound, on a rectangular foliate cast base, 7.5cm x 10.5cm, together with another, as a cold painted lizard on a rectangular onyx base, 9cm wide (2) £150 - £200

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Lot 82 Lot 82 A WMF ART NOUVEAU SILVER PLATED FIGURAL PEDESTAL VISITING CARD TRAY, in the form of a maiden with butterfly wings standing before two lily pads, on a shaped circular foot, stamped No. 246 and factory marks, 22cm high (the lily pad dish slightly distorted). See illustration £400 - £600

Lot 84 Lot 84 A WMF ART NOUVEAU PEWTER AND GREEN GLASS EWER, having a pierced integral stopper and handle of entwined stems and berry design, the base cast as water nymphs with flowing hair and lily pads, 36cm high. See illustration £250 - £350 Lot 85 AN ELIZABETH II MODEL OF AN ASTON MARTIN RACING CAR, by Jack Spencer (Silversmith) Ltd., Sheffield 1993, carved wood base, 31.2cm wide overall, in a fitted case £300 - £500

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Lot 81 Lot 81 AN AUSTRIAN COLD PAINTED BRONZE FIGURE OF A NUDE, FEMALE, wearing a feathered hat, stockings and boots and a removable full length coat, raised on a turned socle, 17.5cm high, c.1900. See illustration £600 - £800

Lot 83 A WMF ART NOUVEAU SILVER PLATED EASEL MIRROR, of arched rectangular outline, the neo-classical architectural design flanked by a maiden in flowing robes, stamped no. 11508 and factory marks, 26cm wide x 39cm high. See illustration £500 - £700

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Lot 86 ARR SAM TONKISS (20TH CENTURY), ‘John de Ville Mather’, portrait bust, bronze, 27cm high £100 - £150


WORKS OF ART Lot 89 ARR FAUST EMANUEL LANG (GERMAN 1887-1973), ‘Inspiration’, wood carving of St. Michael, his arms reaching upwards holding a torchere, one leg raised, the other entwined with two serpents entitled ‘Sin’ and ‘Death’, raised on a dome and circular plinth incised with title and signature, 81cm high (three finger tips missing). See illustration £200 - £300

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Lot 87 Lot 87 ARR GERTRUDE ANNA B HERMES (BRITISH 1901-1983), ‘Chrysalis’, fruitwood sculpture, on circular tapered slate plinth, title and attribution to label underside, 40cm high. See illustration £800 - £1,000 Lot 88 ARR ALEX MCLEISH (BRITISH 20TH CENTURY), ‘Study’, nude girl, head and shoulders, in profile, walnut sculpture on rectangular plinth base, incised monogram and dated 1952, title and attribution to label underside, 36.5cm high. See illustration £400 - £600

Lot 90 Lot 90 A CARVED WOOD FIGURE OF A FISHERWOMAN BY ROBERT ‘MOUSEMAN’ THOMPSON OF KILBURN, she standing, with a creel on her back, canted rectangular plinth base carved with a mouse, 41cm high. See illustration £300 - £500

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BOOKS

BOOKS Lot 91 DOMESDAY BOOK, SEU LIBER CENSUALIS WILLELMI PRIMI, Regis Angliae Inter Archives Regni In Domo Capitulari Westmonasteri Asservatus: Jubente Rege Augustissimo Georgio Testio Praelo Mandatus Typis. First printed edition, 2 vols, large folio, published in 1873 without a title page to Vol 1 £150 - £250 Lot 92 DEFOE (DANIEL), THE HISTORY OF THE UNION BETWEEN ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND with an Appendix of original papers.... and a copius index. John Stockdale, London 1786, portrait frontis, armorial binding, top cover detached £60 - £80 Lot 93 PANOFSKY (ERWIN), ALBRECHT DÜRER, 2 vols, Humphrey Milford, London 1945, illustrated, orig. brown cloth; together with Penley (Aaron), The English School of Painting in Water Colours; Its Theory & Practice, New & Revised Edition 1872, illustrated, many plates detached, orig. green cloth, gilt decoration (3) £60 - £80 Lot 94 HOLLIDAY (MARIA), A DELINEATION OF THE COURTENAY MANTLEPIECE IN THE EPISCOPAL PALACE AT EXETER BY ROSCOE GIBBS, 1884, privately printed, one of 20 large paper copies, half crimson Morocco, gilt; together with Laking (Guy Francis). The Furniture Windsor Castle, London, 1905, quarter Morocco, cream boards with royal monogram, lacking spine; 1 Fleschi Delle Loggie Vaticane, Dipinti Da Raffaele Sanzio, Roma 1842, numerous black and white illustrations, quarter calf marble boards and Halliwell (James O), The Yorkshire Anthology. A collection of Ancient and Modern Ballads Poems and Songs, London 1851, orig. cloth, top cover partially detached (4) £40 - £60

Lot 95 GRÜTZNER (EDUARD ILLUST), KING HENRY IV PARTS I AND II, SHAKESPEARE, Cassell 1887, twelve photogravure plates with tissue guards and other illustrations within text, orig. dec. cloth; Launette (H.Ed) -Grands Peintres Francais et Etrangers, 1884, 2 vols. and Societe D’Aquarellistes, 1883, 2 vols, profusely illustrated with full plates and within text, half calf and Bjorling (Philip) - Pumps and Pump Motors, A Manual for the use of Hydraulic Engineers, 2 vols, 1895, red cloth (7) £50 - £70 Lot 96 ▲ THORBURN (ARCHIBALD), BRITISH BIRDS, 4 vols, Longmans, Green & Co, London 1915-1916, eighty col. plates with tissue guards, orig. red cloth, gilt, spines faded £200 - £300

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Lot 97 ▲ BYRON, (GEORGE GORDON LORD), MANFRED-EIN, DRAMATISCHES GEDICHT (A Dramatic Poem) Hyperion Verlag Hans Von Weber, Munchen 1912, text in German and English t.e.g. vellum, gilt lettering £60 - £80 Lot 98 ▲ WILLIAMS (A.M.) - ETCHINGS OF CELEBRATED SHORTHORNS, 1st. ed. pub. John Thornton 1881, fifteen etched plates, a.e.g. orig. red boards, gilt lettering (1). See illustration £300 - £400 Lot 99 LEECH (JOHN), PICTURES OF LIFE AND CHARACTER, FROM THE COLLECTION OF MR. PUNCH, 1st-5th series, 1865-1869, orig. red cloth gilt dec; together with Gibson (C.D.), The Social Ladder and Sketches and Cartoons, R.H. Russell, New York and John Lane, London 1901 and 1902, a collection of humerous sketches contained in two vols (7) £90 - £130

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BOOKS Lot 100 SCHREIBER (LADY CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH) PLAYING CARDS OF VARIOUS AGES & COUNTRIES, Selected from The Collection of Lady Charlotte Schreiber, 3 vols, 1st ed. 1892-1895, numerous black and white plates, later crimson quarter Morocco gilt (3) £175 - £250 Lot 101 LEWIS (SAMUEL), A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLAND.... WITH HISTORICAL AND STATISTICAL DESCRIPTIONS, 2nd edition, 1833, cloth; together with Bartholomew (John). The Imperial Map of England & Wales, according to the Ordnance Survey, London & Edinburgh (c.1860), Series of black and white double page maps, folio, half calf gilt (5) £100 - £150 Lot 102 TURNER (J.M.W. ILLUST.), THE SEINE AND THE LOIRE, illustrated, with Introduction and Descriptions by M.B. Huish, pub.Virtue 1886, sixtyone steel engraved views on india paper with tissue guards, pages mostly detached from the boards, orig dec. gilt £40 - £60 Lot 103 BARKER’S BIBLE WITH THE GENEALOGIES RECORDED IN THE SACRED SCRIPTURES by J.S. 1631/2 (waf) £50 - £80 Lot 104 BIBLE, Imprinted at London by the Deputies of Christopher Barker, 1599 £50 - £80 Lot 105 MINIATURE BOOK: THE BIBLE IN MINIATURE, OR A CONCISE HISTORY ON THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS, London, printed for W. Harris, No. 70 St. Pauls Churchyard, 1774, engraved plates, a.e.g., red morocco gilt with sacred monogram, 40mm x 28mm, replaced title page £80 - £120

Lot 106 Lot 106 BINDINGS: SCOTT (SIR WALTER) - POETICAL WORKS, Adam & Charles Black, Edinburgh 1867, 1870, six volumes, in differing tartanware bindings by Mauchline, with gilt titling to head of front cover identifying the tartan, red morocco spines with raised bands and gilt lettering and medallions, a.e.g. and with white moire end papers, contained within the original Lorne tartan covered box, the cover with a sepia image of Scott with his dog, the box measuring 19cm x 11cm x 16cm. See illustration £850 - £1,000

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BOOKS \ EUROPEAN CERAMICS Lot 107 ▲ JONES & CO (PUB.) VIEWS OF THE SEATS MANSIONS, CASTLES ETC.... Forming part of the General Series of Jones’ Great Britain illustrated, London 1829, 1 vol, numerous black and white engraved plates, full calf, gilt lettering; together with PureyCust (Rev. A.P.), Picturesque Old York, Chapters Historical and Descriptive, Leeds, No.4/100, black and white photographic plates and facsimile etchings, t.e.g. orig. vellum, gilt, dec (2) £40 - £60 Lot 108 ▲ CRANE (WALTER), THE BABY’S BOUQUET, A FRESH BUNCH OF OLD RHYMES & TUNES, n.d. c.1900, ten full page col. plates by Edmund Evans. orig. printed boards; together with Gallico (Paul), The Snow Goose, London 1947, illust. by Peter Scott, re-bound in 3/4 green Morocco, gilt lettering to spine (2) £30 - £50 Lot 109 ▲ ANONYMOUS, CANAL DE HENARES, a hand written notebook in Spanish with mathematical listing’s, graphs and diagrams including a handdrawn sectional diagram drawn in coloured inks, on four-fold glassine paper, half-red morocco with marble board gilt lettering :The Henares is an irrigation canal flowing parallel to the right bank of the river Henares between the provinces of Guadalajara and Madrid in Spain together with a 18th century lady’s hand written domestic ledger dating from 1791 to 1796, named on the inside page Mary Armytage (2) £30 - £50

Lot 110 STANLEY (EDWARD, BISHOP), NATURALIST’S JOURNAL, a hand written journal dating from January 1828 to July 1849, containing records of birds, animals and insects and flowering plants, also a meticulous record of the daily weather starting in August 1838, referring to various Cheshire villages close to Alderley, the Bishop’s first living and continued on his appointment to Norwich as Bishop, quarter green morocco with marbled boards. Bears bookplate of A. Sigston Thompson who discovered the identity of the author of this journal, explained in an accompanying letter dated 14th March 1986 to the editor of Country Life, which was subsequently published in said magazine in April 1986 £100 - £150 Lot 111 A VICTORIAN SCRAP BOOK, containing a black and white engraved book plates, predominantly foreign views, together with two pencil sketches, half calf marble boards £60 - £80 Lot 112 SPARE LOT

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EUROPEAN CERAMICS Lot 113 ▲ A 19TH CENTURY VIENNA PORCELAIN OGEE SHAPE CUP, painted with figures, before a building, ships beyond, together with a matched saucer, the well painted with figures by the water’s edge, within gilt scroll border, blue shield mark to both (2) £75 - £125 Lot 114 ▲ A COPENHAGEN PORCELAIN CUP AND SAUCER, c.1800, painted with figures in a rural landscape, with gilt laurel swag borders, underglaze blue mark, together with two 18th century German porcelain saucers, each painted with river landscapes within gilt line rims, underglaze blue rampant lion mark, a German porcelain cup and saucer, possibly Ludwigsburg and another similar, each painted with figural landscapes within gilt cartouches (7)£100 - £150 Lot 115 AN 18TH CENTURY MEISSEN PORCELAIN CUP AND SAUCER, polychrome painted with Deutsche Blumen, gilt line rim, underglaze blue crossed swords, the cup impressed 17 £100 - £150 Lot 116 ▲ A 19TH CENTURY MEISSEN CIRCULAR DISH, with an ozier moulded border and painted with Deutsche Blumen, crossed swords mark, 24cm diameter £60 - £80

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EUROPEAN CERAMICS Lot 121 A LATE 19TH CENTURY PORCELAIN OVAL PLAQUE, painted in the Sèvres manner with an 18th century dandy in a garden landscape, gilt enhanced sky blue border, moulded and ebonised frame, 14.2cm x 11.6cm overall; together with a Vienna style porcelain oval plaque, painted with a half length portrait of an Italian girl, carved and gilt Florentine frame, 29cm x 22cm overall (2) £100 - £150

Lot 123 Lot 117 ▲ AN 18TH CENTURY HOCHST BALUSTER COFFEE POT, painted in purplemalerie with parrot tulip and floral sprigs, moulded spout and double scroll handle, underglaze blue mark circa 1765, 15cm high (lacking cover), together with an 18th century Hochst porcelain cup and saucer, the cup painted in purplemalerie with landscape vignette and further polychrome painted with birds, fruit, insects and flowers, to match the saucer, iron red mark, c.1750 (3) £75 - £100 Lot 118 ▲ AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY BERLIN CABINET CUP AND SAUCER, painted with various pink flowers and green leaves within ozier moulded borders and gilt rims, underglaze blue mark and KPM and sceptre in iron red £50 - £70

Lot 119 A SITZENDORF FLOWER ENCRUSTED DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with two putti holding a floral swag above two candle branch holders, 30cm high £40 - £60 Lot 120 ▲ A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE AND STAND, of circular section, with two relief moulded ring handles, reserved with almost square panels of musical instruments and emblems of affection, on a gilt seaweed pattern pink ground with Greek key border, the base of shallow bordered dish form, 13.3cm high overall £60 - £100

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Lot 122 ▲ AN 18TH CENTURY MEISSEN PORCELAIN CIRCULAR BOWL, painted with polychrome sprays of mixed flowers, brown lined rim, blue underglaze crossed swords mark (broken and reglued), 16.7cm diameter; together with a similarly decorated saucer, of lobed circular form, relief moulded with flowers and gilt lined to the rim, 14.4cm diameter (2) £100 - £150 Lot 123 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY MEISSEN FIGURAL SALTS, modelled as a Turk and female companion,he with a turban, floral pattern coat and iron red harem trousers, she with a similar coat and yellow gown, both seated holding a shell shape dish, internally painted with floral sprigs on shaped square bases, underglaze blue crossed swords mark and incised 779 and 7278 respectively 17cm high. See illustration £600 - £800

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EUROPEAN CERAMICS Lot 126 A GROUP OF FIFTEEN 20TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN MONKEY BAND MUSICIANS, modelled after the Meissen originals, in 18th century dress, each playing a different musical instrument, together with the conductor’s stand, in polychrome glazes with gilt highlights, on rococo scroll bases, various factory marks in underglaze blue, the tallest 20.5cm high (16) £400 - £600 Lot 127 ▲ A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL FAIENCE SEL DE TABLE, of tri-lobed form, the cover with a seed-pod finial and polychrome painted with figural vignettes and an armorial crest, the base with floral sprigs, on three pad feet, VP monogram to underside, 13cm wide, together with an 18th century Dutch decorated creamware plate, painted with bust length portraits of Frederica Sophia Wilhelmina and Prince William V (of Orange) above an inscription, within a leaf and berry meander, 20cm diameter (2) £100 - £150 Lot 124

Lot 124 A PAIR OF MEISSEN FIGURES OF PUTTI, EMBLEMATIC OF NIGHT AND DAY, c.1880, each modelled standing, clad in pink or blue drapery, Night with an owl at his feet, Day with a sunflower and bird, holding a flaming torch (a/f) and a rose, on gilt domes above octagonal bases, underglaze blue crossed swords, Night L135, 35cm high, Day L134, 35cm high, crossed swords. See illustration £1,500 - £2,000

Lot 125 A MEISSEN PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE INKWELL AND BLUE COVER, painted with stylised flower forms, 7cm diameter, underglaze blue crossed swords mark, together with a Royal Copenhagen small pierced vase, painted in underglaze blue with scales and flower forms, printed and painted marks, shape no. 1/1015, 7.5cm high £80 - £100

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Lot 128 A LATE 19TH CENTURY HISPANO MORESQUE CIRCULAR POTTERY CHARGER, relief moulded with a central boss and with fleur de lys and plants to the border, copper lustre glazed and blue detailed on a cream ground, 39.5cm diameter; and another, similar, 30.5cm diameter (2). See illustration £200 - £250 Lot 129 AN 18TH CENTURY DUTCH BLUE AND WHITE TIN GLAZE PLATE, painted to the centre with flowers and foliage held in a vase within a border of flower filled reserves and diaper panels, 35cm diameter, together with a similar example painted in the chinoiserie manner with an island scene within a floral panel border, 30cm diameter (2) £125 - £175


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Lot 128 Lot 130 A CANTAGALLI CIRCULAR CHARGER, with a moulded rim, painted to the centre in underglaze blue with a soldier and two girls in a landscape, within a raised imbricated leaf cartouche, surrounded by eight scroll cartouches painted with cherubs and alternating landscapes, each divided by caryatid and interspersed with lion masks, painted cockerel mark to underside, 49cm diameter. See illustration £150 - £250

Lot 130 Lot 131 AN 18TH CENTURY ITALIAN POTTERY ALBARELLO, painted principally in yellow, turquoise and blue with stylised flowers and foliage, probably Caltagirone, 16cm high. See illustration £200 - £300 Lot 132 ▲ A PAIR OF ROYAL COPENHAGEN VASES, of circular section, printed with branches of lilies, painted green mark, painted blue mark and initials RO and numbered B45 1216, now as electric lamps, the vases 34cm high £100 - £150 Lot 133 AN 18TH CENTURY DERBY PORCELAIN BUTTER BOAT, relief moulded and blue and white painted with fluting, dolphins, shells and other devices, oval foot, 10.2cm high £60 - £100

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Lot 134 ▲ A PART SUITE OF LATE 18TH CENTURY/EARLY 19TH CENTURY DERBY PORCELAIN TABLEWARE, each painted with a border pattern of iron red flowers against a stippled green ground, highlighted and bordered in gilt, comprising two canted rectangular serving dishes, 30cm wide, a serving platter with scalloped border, six two-handled covered cups, three saucer dishes and a further saucer, variously marked in puce and iron red (13) £100 - £150 Lot 135 ▲ AN 18TH CENTURY WORCESTER PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE SUGAR BOWL, c.1770, painted with fruit, flowers and leaves to a fluted body, on a raised foot rim, open crescent mark to underside, 8cm high, together with a Worcester tea bowl and saucer, circa 1772 printed in underglaze blue with floral sprays and butterflies, hatched crescent mask, the bowl 4cm high, the saucer 9.5cm diameter (3) £80 - £120

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EUROPEAN CERAMICS Lot 136 ▲ AN 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH PORCELAIN COFFEE CAN AND SAUCER, painted with scenes of playful putti and children, embellished with gilt borders and lines, numeral 5 in iron red to underside, together with three New Hall style saucer dishes, painted with a basket of flowers and sprigs in black dot and wavy borders (5) £75 - £125 Lot 137 A SET OF SIX ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN FRUIT PAINTED COFFEE CANS AND SAUCERS, each variously painted with pears, blackberries, plums, cherries, apples and strawberries, signed by H. Davis, W. H. Austin, H. Price and J. Stanley, enriched in gilt to the handle, interior and well of the saucer, puce factory marks, c.1924/28 (one saucer repaired break). See illustration £500 - £700

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Lot 138 A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN FRUIT PAINTED CUP AND SAUCER, painted with apples, pear and blackberries, signed R. Austin and W. H. Austin respectively, puce marks and date code for 1924/1925 £200 - £300 Lot 139 A ROYAL WORCESTER CHINA FORTY-NINE PIECE TEA SERVICE, each painted with flowers by E Phillips, with gilt decorated dark blue and pale pink borders, comprising fifteen cups, fifteen saucers, fifteen tea plates, two bread and butter plates, cream jug and sugar basin, puce printed mark, date cyphers for c.1919. See illustration £800 - £1,000

Lot 139 Lot 140 A ROYAL WORCESTER CHINA PART TEA SERVICE, painted with roses, comprising five cups and six saucers, six tea plates, bread and butter plate (a/f), milk jug, sugar bowl and slop bowl, printed mark and various dates, signed M. Hunt & M. Landers to three items £300 - £350

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Lot 141 A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN FRUIT PAINTED MINIATURE CUP AND SAUCER, signed W. Hale, each piece painted with damsons and cherries, the saucer also with strawberries, puce mark and date code for 1922/1923 £200 - £300


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Lot 142 A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN FRUIT PAINTED MINIATURE CUP AND SAUCER, painted with pears, apples and blackberries, the saucer signed W. Hale, the cup indistinctly signed, puce and green marks and date code for 1922/1923 £200 - £300

Lot 146 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY PEARLWARE PLATE, OF OCTAGONAL FORM, painted and gilt in the Chinese famille rose manner with a group of figures and water buffalo in a landscape, ornamental border, 19.2cm wide £80 - £120

Lot 143 A ROYAL WORCESTER COMPORT, painted to the well with summer flowers against a blush ivory ground, raised on three gilded twiggy feet, shape No.1197, c.1904, 10cm high x 23cm diameter £60 - £80

Lot 147 A PAIR OF ENGLISH PEARLWARE MILKING GROUPS, c.1810, possibly Yorkshire, each cow with black markings, one with a farmer in black hat, blue jacket, black spotted waistcoat and ochre trouser leaning on a tree stump, a dog at his side, the other with a milkmaid in mulberry patterned dress and ochre shawl, standing, a recumbent mulberry sponged calf at her side, each on a raised base of pale green glaze, and banded sponging in blue, ochre and black (losses to ears, horns and udders), 14.5cm high. See illustration £600 - £800

Lot 144 ▲ A WEDGWOOD BLACK BASALT BUST OF NAPOLEON, bare headed and wearing a military great coat, on a waisted circular socle, impressed Napoleon, Wedgwood, c.1880, 22cm high £80 - £120 Lot 145 A SHELLEY QUEEN ANNE PATTERN PART DINNER SERVICE, transfer printed and painted with elongated flowering trees in a landscape, painted pattern no. 11674 and green printed marks to the undersides, comprising: eleven dinner plates, 24cm; twelve fish plates, 20.5cm; twelve soup plates, 24cm; fourteen side plates, 16.3cm; two vegetable dishes, one with cover, 21.7cm; two sauce tureen covers only, and four meat plates in sizes 31.5cm to 49cm £200 - £300

Lot 148 AN ENGLISH PEARLWARE FARMER AND COW GROUP, c.1810, Staffordshire or Yorkshire, the cow with mulberry and blue markings, a farmer leaning on a spade, a dog at his feet, on a raised base of pale green glaze and banded sponging in blue, ochre and black (losses to ears, horns and udder), 14.75cm high. See illustration £300 - £400

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Lot 149 Lot 149 AN ENGLISH PEARLWARE COW CREAMER AND MILKMAID, c.1810, possibly Yorkshire, sponged in black and ochre, the tail looped to form a handle, the open mouth a spout, with blue sponged maid sitting with pail, on a shaped flat base of pale green glaze, (replaced lid, restoration to horns and ear), 13cm high. See illustration £200 - £300 Lot 150 A 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY FEMALE MASK JUG, moulded and polychrome painted with fruiting vine and having an entwined handle, 15cm high, a pottery spill holder modelled as a lion, his left foot resting on a ball, on an oval base with flute border, 12cm wide, a Yorkshire pottery pepperette modelled as an old woman, with sprigged gown and bonnet, on a sponged base, 10cm high and a pair of prattware recumbent deer, (the latter badly damaged) (5) £60 - £80 Lot 151 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE SALTGLAZE BALUSTER CREAM JUG, painted with flowers, scroll handle, 9cm high, together with two 18th century English porcelain coffee cups, variously painted with flowers (3) £60 - £80

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Lot 152 Lot 152 A STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY RAILWAY MUG, printed in brown and painted in green and pink with a steam train and carriages in a landscape, 10cm high. See illustration £100 - £150 Lot 153 FOUR 19TH CENTURY PRATT POT LIDS, The Snow Drift; Rifle Contest Wimbledon 1868; Wimbledon July 2nd 1860 The Square, Strasbourg; all with bases £100 - £150 Lot 154 FOUR 19TH CENTURY PRATT POT LIDS, The Grand International Building of 1851 for the Exhibition of Art and Industry of all Nations; The Trooper; The Shepherd Boy; Good Dog; the latter three with bases £80 - £120 Lot 155 FOUR 19TH CENTURY PRATT POT LIDS, War; The Chin-Chew River; The Shepherd Boy; The Snow Drift £80 - £120 Lot 156 FOUR 19TH CENTURY PRATT POT LIDS, Country Quarters; The Shepherdess; Figures with Horse; Dangerous Skating £50 - £70 Lot 157 THREE 19TH CENTURY PRATT POT LIDS, At The Races; Chiefs Return from Deer Stalking; The Thirsty Soldier £50 - £70

Lot 158 A PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE PORCELLANEOUS DOGS, standing with bocage, with iron red sponging and gilt collars, on a raised naturalistic base, 12cm high £70 - £100 Lot 159 FOUR ITEMS OF CRESTED CHINA; a Shelley fishing creel with Blackpool crest; an Arcadian model of Bill Syke’s dog with Hambleton crest; a Carlton figure of a munitions worker ‘Doing Her Bit’ with Castleford crest; an unmarked model of the Cenotaph with London crest £100 - £150 Lot 160 ▲ A PAIR OF MID 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY CIRCULAR PLAQUES, printed in black, one with fallow deer in a landscape, the other with a woman feeding chickens, both within raised moulded black glaze borders, unmarked, 14cm diameter £30 - £50

Lot 161 Lot 161 A ROYAL DOULTON FLAMBÉ SUNG VASE, with a grey mottled glaze, 15cm high. See illustration £80 - £100

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Lot 162 A ROYAL DOULTON FLAMBÉ VASE OF ELONGATE BALUSTER SHAPE, printed with a continuous landscape with half-timbered cottage, factory mark to the underside, 19cm high, together with an earthenware ovoid vase painted with a seascape with galleon and rocks in silhouette against a blue and burnt-orange ground, unmarked, 23.5cm high (2) £70 - £90 Lot 163 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY AESTHETIC MOVEMENT EARTHENWARE INTAGLIO VASES, of tapered outline, the buff and mocha glazed body decorated with storks and reeds within lancet shaped panels beneath a lappet border to the shoulder, turquoise glaze to the interior neck, indistinct impressed mark to base, 15cm high £60 - £80 Lot 164 AN AULT VASE, DESIGNED BY CHRISTOPHER DRESSER, of flared cylindrical form, with a tall neck, the body with four smaller necks, each moulded with owls, the whole further moulded with stars and clouds, glazed in cream and turquoise, applied marks AULT and impressed England 365, 38.5cm high £100 - £150 Lot 165 A ROYAL DOULTON ‘THE SHAKESPEARE JUG’, relief moulded and painted with characters pertaining to The Bard, limited edition no. 597/1000, 27cm high, with certificate signed by Charles Noke £250 - £350 Lots 166-167 SPARE LOTS


GLASS

GLASS Lot 168 A REGENCY RUMMER, the bucket shaped bowl wheel engraved with a view of Sunderland Bridge to the obverse and floral sprays and a basket of flowers around a vacant cartouche to the reverse, knopped stem, circular foot, 15.8cm high £100 - £150 Lot 169 A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL AMBER GLASS SCENT FLASK AND STOPPER, press moulded and cut and of stepped hexagonal form, gilt painted with sprays of flowers and leaves, the conforming stopper with everted hexafoil rim, 19cm high £50 - £80 Lot 170 A BOHEMIAN CRANBERRY GLASS SCENT BOTTLE, with a gilt metal lobed cover inset with a florally painted porcelain panel, the baluster body with pierced gilt metal overlay, 10.5cm high £40 - £60 Lot 171 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY BOHEMIAN RUBY TINTED VASES, each with a petallated rim, initialled H.M. in gothic script and etched with animals in landscapes, above a hexagonal body decorated with fruiting vine, on a knopped faceted stem and conforming foot, 23.5cm high together with a ruby tinted slab shape beaker, etched with a landscape and inscribed Basten and Andenken von der Basten, 9cm high and a small ruby tinted decanter and stopper, 18.5cm high (4) £200 - £300

Lot 172 Lot 172 A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY BOHEMIAN GLASS EAU DE COLOGNE BOTTLE, with an oval portrait panel of a young girl, over a gilded foliate green body, the embossed silver cap bearing hallmark for London 1902, and with an inner glass stopper, 14cm high. See illustration £175 - £225 Lot 173 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY STEP-CUT DECANTERS, of conical form, each with two faceted neck rings, with flute cut mushroom stoppers, 19cm high £60 - £80

Lot 174 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL PARTIAL SUITE OF TABLE GLASS, possibly Moser, comprising six small dishes and five plates, amber tinted and enamelled with naive hunting scenes of deer, hounds and birds amongst trees, moon and stars, the dishes 10.5cm diameter, the plates 22cm diameter. See illustration £125 - £175 Lot 175 A MODERN DAUM GLASS TABLE MIRROR, of ‘Marine’ design, having an arched, bevelled glass on a pastel tinted seashell base, etched ‘Daum, France’, 23cm wide x 33cm high, in original box £175 - £225 Lot 176 A PAIR OF MODERN DAUM CLEAR AND MOTTLE GREEN/BLUE GLASS BIRDS, of graduated size, etched ‘Daum, France’, 12cm and 9.5cm high, in original boxes (2) £100 - £150 Lot 177 A MODERN DAUM FIGURE OF A GREEN GLASS CAT, reclining upon a clear glass rectangular block with a reverse intaglio fish, 13cm high x 12cm wide, in original box £80 - £120 Lot 178 SPARE LOT

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ASIAN CERAMICS, WORKS OF ART AND FURNITURE

ASIAN CERAMICS, WORKS OF ART AND FURNITURE Lot 179 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE PROVINCIAL POTTERY GINGER JAR, blue and white painted with birds and flowering plants in a landscape, 14cm high; and a similar circular bowl, painted with stylised ornament, 16.6cm diameter (2) £60 - £80 Lot 180 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CHINESE GREY CRACKLEWARE POTTERY BOTTLE VASES, 15.2cm high £60 - £80 Lot 181 AN 18TH CENTURY CHINESE PORCELAIN BALUSTER SHAPED VASE AND COVER, blue and white painted in the round with warriors on foot and on horseback, ornamental borders, the cover, similarly decorated, with onion finial (damaged and restored), 36.5cm high overall £200 - £250 Lot 182 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE PORCELAIN BALUSTER VASE, blue and white painted with horses beneath pine trees on a stained crackleware ground, incised mark to base (damages and restoration to rim), 45.5cm high £100 - £150 Lot 183 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE PORCELAIN CYLINDRICAL SPILL VASE, painted in the famille rose palette with a comical semi-naked figure, perched on a prunus tree, inexpertly painting with a brush held in his left hand, printed seal mark to base, 11.6cm high £50 - £70 Lot 184 A LATE 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE PORCELAIN DISH, of shaped rectangular form, blue and white painted with crane at the edge of the ocean, painted character mark to base, 19.2cm wide £70 - £90

Lot 189 A CHINESE PORCELAIN SMALL ARROW VASE, of circular section, with two ring handles to the neck, blue and white painted in the round with figures in an encampment, spurious six character Kangxi mark to base, 19th century. 12.2cm high £50 - £70

Lot 185 Lot 185 AN 18TH CENTURY JAPANESE PORCELAIN TEA BOWL, of inverted bell form, blue and white painted and reserved with four panels of alternating landscapes and plants with rockwork, painted six character mark to base, 8.2cm high. See illustration £100 - £150 Lot 186 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE PORCELAIN FIGURE OF GUANYIN, robed and seated on a lotus flower, plant form base, 13.9cm high £100 - £150 Lot 187 A CHINESE PROVINCIAL POTTERY VASE, of meiping form, blue and white painted with a band of stylised scrolling flowering plants between ornamental borders, 22.5cm high £60 - £100

Lot 190 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY PORCELAIN TEA CANNISTER, of rectangular section, blue and white painted with water landscapes, the shoulders with ornamental panels, the circular cover with peach finial, 13.8cm high £60 - £80 Lot 191 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE PORCELAIN PLATE, blue and white painted with a dragon, amongst stylised clouds holding a roundel decorated with archaic script, the rim reverse with scattered ornament, 27cm diameter £70 - £100 Lot 192 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN MEAT DISH, of canted rectangular form, centrally painted with a water landscape, ornamental border, 33cm wide £80 - £120

Lot 188 AN 18TH CENTURY CHINESE PORCELAIN TEAPOT, of flattened globular form, blue and white painted with groups of precious ornaments, the cover with circular finial, later repaired with a European silver spout and hardwood handle, 9.4cm high £70 - £100

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ASIAN CERAMICS, WORKS OF ART AND FURNITURE Lot 193 A CHINESE ARCHAIC BRONZE CIRCULAR MIRROR, centrally with a pierced boss, bordered by five small bosses on a relief-cast ground, dog tooth band to the rim, probably Han, 7.5cm diameter. See illustration £80 - £120 Lot 194 A LATE 18TH CENTURY CHINESE PORCELAIN TEAPOT, of globular form, painted on grisaille and gilt with delicate sprays of flowers, moulded loop handle, the cover with knop finial, 16.5cm high £70 - £100

Lot 195 Lot 195 A CHINESE PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASE, copper red and blue underglaze painted with fish amongst aquatic plants (broken and repaired), probably 18th century, 32.5cm high. See illustration £500 - £700

Lot 202 Lot 196 Lot 200 A 19TH CENTURY BLUE AND WHITE A NANKING CARGO BLUE AND VASE OF BOTTLE-SHAPE, painted WHITE TEA BOWL AND SAUCER, with peony within mirror-shape painted with the Batavian Bamboo reserves against a ground of scrolling and Peony pattern, with Christies leafage and flowerheads, four label no. 5243 and paperwork character mark to underside, £80 - £120 26cm high £80 - £120 Lot 201 A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY Lot 197 ▲ BLUE AND WHITE CHINESE AN 18TH CENTURY CHINESE JESUIT PROVINCIAL POTTERY, comprising WARE PORCELAIN COVERED JUG, of two drum shaped joss stick holders, baluster form, painted and gilt to the 8cm and 8.3cm diameter respectively, obverse and reverse with cherubs and a two-handled circular koro on supporting a crown above cursive three peg feet, 12.5cm diameter (3) initials within a cartouche, the £70 - £90 domed cover with peach finial Lot 202 (considerably damaged and restored), A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CHINESE 24cm high £50 - £80 FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN CIRCULAR SAUCER DISHES, each painted and Lot 198 gilt with four reserved characters in A COLLECTION OF SEVEN VARIOUS roundels, amongst stylised clouds, CHINESE AND JAPANESE TEA waves, and ribbon-tied symbols, BOWLS, including three blue and within a Greek key border and on an white examples, 19th century ‘Imperial yellow’ ground, six character £80 - £120 Guangxu mark to the bases, 18.2cm diameter. See illustration £150 - £200 Lot 199 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE FAMILLE Lot 203 VERTE STEM DISH, of shaped circular A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE form, painted with floral sprays and PORCELAIN RING SHAPED COVER, bands, 14.7cm diameter; and two polychrome painted with fish others, smaller, 13cm and 12.7cm amongst aquatic plants, 25.2cm diameter respectively (3) £80 - £120 diameter £150 - £200

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ASIAN CERAMICS, WORKS OF ART AND FURNITURE Lot 206 A LATE 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE NERIAGE POTTERY DISH, of quatrefoil form, painted with crane in flight on an agate ground, hatched pink border, 21cm wide £40 - £60

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Lot 205

Lot 204 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CHINESE CANTON VASES, of baluster form with everted rim, each with twin stylised dragon handles to the neck, painted in the traditional palette, reserved with panels of figures in gardens and pavilions, on a butterfly bird and floral decorated celadon ground (one handle broken and stapled), 45.5cm high. See illustration £400 - £600 Lot 205 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY CHINESE PORCELAIN FAMILLE ROSE PLATE, painted with exotic birds on rockwork amongst flowering plants, gilt rim, 24.2cm diameter. See illustration £200 - £300

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Lot 207 Lot 207 A CHINESE PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASE, BLUE AND WHITE PAINTED, with a family of lion dogs, six character Kangxi mark to base and probably of the period (broken and reglued), 29.5cm high. See illustration £200 - £300 Lot 208 TWO JAPANESE AESTHETIC MOVEMENT POTTERY VASES, of baluster outline, the cream ground enamelled in green, iron red, white and black with water lilies and other aquatic plants, 12cm, painted character marks to underside, together with a similar vase, ovoid, enamelled in purple, green and black, with grapevine, 12cm high, black painted character mark £40 - £60


ASIAN CERAMICS, WORKS OF ART AND FURNITURE Lot 210 A CHINESE GREEN-GLAZED TERRACOTTA FUNERARY URN, of circular section house form with pitched roof, on three figural supports, probably Han, 27.5cm high. See illustration £150 - £200 Lot 211 A CHINESE BROWN-GLAZED TERRACOTTA FUNERARY URN, of circular section house form, pierced with a window to the side and with incised ascending ladder, stepped pitched roof, three square section supports, probably Han, 25.2cm high. See illustration £150 - £200

Lot 209 Lot 209 A CHINESE CELADON GROUND BOTTLE VASE, white painted to the obverse and reverse with stylised dragons and clouds around a central plant form, probably 18th century, 28.5cm high. See illustration £300 - £500

Lot 212 A CHINESE BROWN-GLAZED TERRACOTTA FUNERARY URN, of circular section, on three maskheaded peg supports, probably Han, 15.5cm high; and a Chinese creamglazed pottery two-handled urn, of circular section and baluster form, probably Han, 13.5cm high (2) £80 - £120

Lot 215 A CHINESE TERRACOTTA TOMB GUARDIAN, modelled seated, retaining traces of orange glaze, probably Tang, 28.5cm high; and another similar, 33cm high (2) £200 - £300 Lot 216 A CHINESE GREEN GLAZED TERRACOTTA FUNERARY ORNAMENT, as a rectangular section tomb, with relief-modelled detail and swept, pitched roof, probably Han, 11.8cm wide x 17cm high; another, with open frieze, 10cm wide x 18cm high; and a model funerary casket, 13.5cm wide x 11.5cm high (3) £150 - £200 Lot 217 A CHINESE GREEN GLAZED TERRACOTTA FUNERARY ORNAMENT, modelled as a well head, probably Han, 41cm high; and another, as a circular pigsty, with shelter (lacking roof), pig and trough, 24.7cm wide (2) £120 - £180

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Lot 214 A CHINESE GREEN GLAZED TERRACOTTA FUNERARY ORNAMENT, as a stove, the top relief modelled with food and cooking implements, on four zoomorphic feet, probably Han, 28cm long; and another, 24cm long (2) £150 - £200

Lot 213 A CHINESE GREEN GLAZED TERRACOTTA FUNERARY ORNAMENT, as a walled farmyard with roofed entrance and three animals, probably Han, 18.5cm wide; and another, as a house with adjacent walled yard, 21.2cm wide (2) See illustration £150 - £200

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Lot 218 A CHINESE TERRACOTTA FUNERARY FIGURE OF A BACTRIAN CAMEL, retaining traces of orange glaze, rectangular base, probably Tang, 30cm high; and another as a buffalo, 13.5cm high (2) £100 - £150

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ASIAN CERAMICS, WORKS OF ART AND FURNITURE Lot 223 EIGHT VARIOUS CHINESE TERRACOTTA TOMB STANDING FIGURES, probably Tang, the largest, 22cm £150 - £200 Lot 224 A COLLECTION OF CHINESE TERRACOTTA TOMB FIGURES, comprising six standing, two prostrate and two seated, together with three head studies, probably Han and Tang (13) £150 - £200 Lot 225 A CHINESE GREY GLAZED TERRACOTTA FUNERARY VASE, of tall circular section, relief decorated with bands of figural and animal ornament (rim damage), probably Han, 67.5cm high; and another, 42cm high (2) £100 - £150 Lot 219 Lot 219 Lot 220 A CHINESE TERRACOTTA FUNERARY A CHINESE TERRACOTTA TOMB FIGURE OF A DOG, standing, with GUARDIAN, as a standing warrior, relief modelled harness probably possibly Tang, 36.5cm high; and a Han, 27cm high; another 13.5cm similar tomb attendant, as a standing high; another 13cm high; another female figure, 36cm high (2) modelled seated, 14.5cm high; and See illustration £150 - £200 another, recumbent, 18cm long (5) Lot 221 See illustration £200 - £300 TEN VARIOUS CHINESE TERRACOTTA TOMB FIGURES PROBABLY TANG, comprising two Bactrian camels, standing, 12cm high; another, recumbent, 9.5cm wide; two recumbent pigs, 10.5cm and 8cm long respectively; another, standing, 11cm long; a recumbent horse, 14.5cm long; a recumbent cat, 15cm long and a standing goat, 13.2cm long (10) £150 - £200 Lot 222 SIXTEEN VARIOUS CHINESE TERRACOTTA FUNERARY ORNAMENTS, comprising assorted small food offerings, probably Han and Tang £150 - £200 Lot 220

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Lot 226 A COLLECTION OF CHINESE TERRACOTTA FUNERARY ANIMAL FIGURES, including three birds, three lion dogs, a horse head and two others, probably Han and Tang (9) £100 - £150 Lot 227 A COLLECTION OF CHINESE TERRACOTTA FUNERARY ORNAMENTS, probably Tang, comprising a standing warrior guardian; two other figures, a building with shaped barrel roof; a ‘kiln’; a food tray and two cart wheels (8) £80 - £120 Lot 228 A COLLECTION OF NINE VARIOUS CHINESE GLAZED AND UNGLAZED TERRACOTTA VESSELS, jars, pots etc, probably Han and Tang £80 - £120 Lot 229 A LARGE ACCUMULATION OF CHINESE GLAZED TERRACOTTA FUNERARY ITEMS, including numerous black-glazed small circular dishes, approximately 10.5cm diameter (approximately 70) £60 - £100


ASIAN CERAMICS, WORKS OF ART AND FURNITURE Lot 234 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE CARVED WOOD FIGURES, as opposing water buffalo with glass eye, each with a boy on its back, carved hardwood stand, 24cm wide £100 - £150 Lot 235 ▲ A MID 19TH CENTURY CHINESE CARVED WOOD CARD CASE, of rectangular outline, with slip cover, all-over decorated with figures walking in fenced gardens, 8.4cm x 4.7cm £70 - £100

Lot 230 Lot 230 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE BRONZE HAND MIRROR, of paddle form, relief cast with crane and terrapin amongst bamboo, pine and prunus trees, eleven character inscription to side, cane-bound handle, 33.5cm overall, together with a later carved wood stand (2). See illustration £200 - £300 Lot 231 A LATE 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE CIRCULAR CAST IRON CENSER AND COVER, the body with two apertures and fox head, and with twin ring handles, the cover with knop finial, 16cm diameter; and another, of lobed circular form, 15.5cm diameter (2) £120 - £180 Lot 232 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE STONE OCTAGONAL PANEL, relief carved centrally with dragons, ornamental border, 16.4cm wide; and another, of circular paddle form, similarly carved and pierced, 16.6cm diameter (2) £60 - £100 Lot 233 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE BRONZE CIRCULAR MIRROR, with raised border, centrally with a pierced boss, on a relief cast ground with crane in a landscape, 10.7cm diameter; and another, of square form, cast with archaic characters and seal mark, 9.9cm wide (2) £60 - £100

Lot 236 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE CARVED WOOD ORNAMENT, as a heavily scrolled foliate branch, 8cm wide £50 - £70 Lot 237 A CHINESE POLISHED AGATE PENDANT, carved in relief with a dragon and flaming pearl, on silk cord £100 - £150

Lot 244 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE SILVER CAULDRON SALTS, of circular two-handled form, the girdle applied with characters, each on three splay feet, 3.9cm high £80 - £120 Lot 245 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE SILVER SCENT FLASK, of square tapering form, chased with alternating panels of characters and plants on a matted ground, screw-off cover, chain suspension, 8.5cm long £100 - £150 Lot 246 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE METAL DOUBLE TEAPOT, with domed covers, cast in low relief with Imperial dragons to both sides, four character mark to base, 10cm high £100 - £150

Lot 238 A CHINESE POLISHED AGATE PENDANT, carved in relief with a bat, on silk cord £80 - £120 Lot 239 A CHINESE POLISHED AGATE PENDANT, carved in relief with two bats, on silk cord £100 - £150 Lot 240 A CHINESE POLISHED AND CARVED AGATE PENDANT, on a silk cord £80 - £120 Lot 241 A NECKLACE OF POLISHED AGATE BEADS, approximately 44cm long £60 - £80 Lot 242 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE SILVER MODEL OF A DRAGON, 11.5cm long £100 - £150 Lot 243 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE SILVER BUCKLES, chased with opposing dragons and flaming pearls on a matted ground, each 4.6cm x 4cm £100 - £150 35

Lot 247 Lot 247 A 20TH CENTURY CHINESE JADE SEAL, of square section, the terminal carved with a bat amongst stylised clouds, the matrix with archaic characters, 13cm high; and another, circular example, the terminal carved with a stylised animal, the matrix with archaic characters, 3.1cm high (2). See illustration £300 - £500

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ASIAN CERAMICS, WORKS OF ART AND FURNITURE Lot 248 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CHINESE CANTON PORCELAIN BALUSTER VASES, each with a crimped rim, painted and gilt and reserved with panels of groups of figures in gardens and interiors, within borders of flowers, butterflies and precious objects, twin lion dog handles to the neck (one A/F), 22.8cm high £100 - £150

Lot 253 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO, modelled as woodsman and two children, the former carrying a bundle of sticks on his back, a pannier to his waist, the base marked with two character marks and plant forms, 17cm high £200 - £300 Lot 254 A CHINESE BRONZE VASE, 19th century,of quatrefoil outline with a slender neck, mounted with two ring handles, 15cm high £70 - £100

Lot 251 Lot 251 A CHINESE IVORY FIGURE OF AN EMPEROR, 19th century, sitting wearing elaborate robes and holding a ruyi sceptre, on a throne carved with dragons in low relief, raised upon a lotus form plinth, on pierced hardwood stand, signed to underside, 14cm high. See illustration £400 - £600 Lot 249 Lot 249 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO, Meiji period, of a carpenter, standing his hand raised in exclamation as gold spills from a vessel broken by his adze, on oval plinth, signed to seal to underside, 16cm high. See illustration £300 - £500 Lot 250 A JAPANESE IVORY BOX, Meiji period, of circular outline, the cover engraved and penned with lions, 6.5cm diameter x 3.5cm high £60 - £80

Lot 252 Lot 252 A PAIR OF CHINESE IVORY TEMPLE LIONS, 20th century, each with one foreleg raised upon a ball, sitting upon integral plinth base of lotus form, and hardwood stands, 12cm high overall. See illustration £250 - £350

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Lot 255 A JAPANESE BRASS PAPER KNIFE, Meiji period, the handle repoussé with frogs, the blade engraved with an egret perched in a pine tree, 29cm long £40 - £60 Lot 256 A JAPANESE BRASS PAPER KNIFE, Meiji period, the handle cast as a basket of peony and song birds highlighted in copper, the blade engraved with grapevine and bird, 30.5cm long £40 - £60 Lot 257 A JAPANESE BRASS PAPER KNIFE, Meiji period, the handle cast with a dragon amongst waves, the reverse with fishermen wading in shallow waters, the blade engraved with water lilies, 30cm long £40 - £60 Lot 258 A JAPANESE BRASS SHOE HORN, Meiji period, the handle cast with water fowl and bulrushes, 24cm long, together with a brass paper knife, the handle cast with a figure of a warrior (2) £40 - £60 Lot 259 A JAPANESE IVORY FIGURE OF A WOODSMAN, MEIJI PERIOD 18681912, carrying a large bundle of sticks on his back, a pigeon alighted on the carrying frame, he holding a gourd flask in his left hand, incised and stained detail to his costume, two character signature to underside, 48.5cm high, on a carved hard wood stand £500 - £700


ASIAN CERAMICS, WORKS OF ART AND FURNITURE Lot 260 A LARGE JAPANESE IVORY TUSK CARVING, late 19th century, of a man holding a double gourd, his son at his feet and above him a dwarf study of himself riding upon the back of a stag, on a rocky outcrop, 35cm high £125 - £175

Lot 266 A CHINESE HARDWOOD TABLE, 19th century, the circular galleried tray top externally carved in relief with fruiting branches, on a folding six-legged bamboo-carved stand (damages), 59.5cm diameter x 65cm high £60 - £100

Lot 268 AN ANGLO-CHINESE MAHOGANY AND STAINED BEECH URN STAND OF CIRCULAR OUTLINE HAVING A DEEP APRON CARVED IN LOW RELIEF WITH CHRYSANTHEMUM, on four slender cabriole legs joined by cross stretcher, 93cm high £150 - £200

Lot 261 A JAPANESE IVORY TUSK CARVING, late 19th century, of a deity standing on a rocky outcrop, his staff in one hand and holding aloft a bowl, the other hand, from which he has summoned a dragon, 31.5cm high £125 - £175 Lot 262 A JAPANESE IVORY TUSK CARVING, late 19th century, of a wise man, standing on a rocky outcrop, leaning on his staff, his young attendant at his feet, 24.5cm £125 - £175

Lot 267 A CHINESE STAINED WOOD BENCH, early 20th century, the narrow rectangular top with moulded edge, supported by carved and shaped angle brackets, and on splayed and moulded rectangular section supports, 107.5cm wide x 52.5cm high £100 - £150

Lot 269 A CHINESE STAINED HARDWOOD ALTAR TABLE, 19th century, the rectangular top over a profusely carved frieze fitted with two drawers and opposing single drawer, on square framing with pierced corner brackets, 88cm high x 169cm wide x 62cm deep £300 - £500

Lot 263 A JAPANESE IVORY TUSK CARVING, late 19th century, of a farmer standing on a rocky outcrop, balancing a basket of fruit on his head, a cockerel at his feet, 26cm together with a Japanese ivory tusk carving, late 19th century, of a deity, standing on a rocky outcrop, holding aloft a peach, the stalk arching to rest on his head, a young attendant at his feet, 26cm high (at fault) £100 - £150 Lot 264 A JAPANESE IVORY TUSK CARVING, late 19th century, of three figures, carrying baskets and gourds, climbing a rock face, 30cm high £100 - £150 Lot 265 A CHINESE DREAMSTONE SCREEN, 19th century composed of twenty marble panels, each with a painted inscription, in a hard wood four-fold frame, 90.5cm high x 84cm wide. See illustration £700 - £1,000

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PLATED WARES / FOREIGN SILVER / SILVER

PLATED WARES Lot 270 A VICTORIAN SHEFFIELD PLATE WINE COOLER, of two-handled campana urn form, cast with fruiting vines and engraved with cursive initials within a buckled and belted border, on a fluted socle and square pedestal, 31.5cm high £100 - £150 Lot 271 A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY ELECTROPLATE DESK STAND, of oval form with rococo scroll cast border, fitted with a single glass ink well, and quill brackets, raised on four cast bracket feet, together with a white metal pen, 21.5cm £60 - £80 Lot 272 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SUITE OF ELECTROPLATE OLD ENGLISH PATTERN CUTLERY, by John Turton & Co. Ltd., Sheffield, comprising eight place settings and additional implements, in a fitted oak canteen, 46cm wide £200 - £250

Lot 277 A PERSIAN SILVER SMALL SALVER, circular, with a raised cavetto border, engraved to the centre with a figural roundel, within a chevron border and foliate band, 18.5cm diameter, approximate weight 4oz £80 - £100 Lot 278 A 19TH CENTURY INDIAN SILVER CIGAR BOX, the oblong form with a hinged cover to one end, embossed overall with foliate scrolls and in relief with Indian figures, beast and peacock, the interior with ten cigar holes, 15.5cm high x 8.5cm wide x 3.5cm deep, together with a pair of Asian small metal trumpet vases, with frill rims and embossed with landscape bands between stiff leaf borders, 12cm high (3) £150 - £200

Lot 281 A GEORGE III SILVER COFFEE POT, by John Parker and Edward Wakelin, London 1764, of shouldered ovoid form, domed cover and fruitwood scroll handle, engraved with vacant cartouches and floral and drapery festoons, on a knopped pedestal foot, 29cm high, approximate weight 25.5ozs. See illustration £400 - £500 Lot 282 A GEORGE III SILVER HOT WATER JUG, by Aug. Le Sage, London 1777, of shouldered ovoid form with a swept spout, hinged cover and cane covered handle, engraved with floral festoons, linked by pendants, centred by a vacant cartouche, on a circular pedestal foot, 26.5cm high, approximate weight 22ozs £300 - £400

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Lots 273-274 SPARE LOTS

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Lot 283

Lot 275 A FRENCH SILVER SMALL BEAKER, of circular tapering form, with an imbricated laurel frieze, 7cm high, approximate weight 2oz £30 - £50

Lot 283 A GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER SAUCE BOAT, by Patrick Robertson, Edinburgh 1768, with a gadroon rim, shell body and leaf capped scroll handle, on a conforming oval foot, 22cm wide over handle, approximate weight 9ozs. See illustration £150 - £200

Lot 276 AN INDIAN SILVER CIRCULAR TRAY, the deep well centrally engraved with an heraldic device and motto Virtus Mille Scuta (virtue is a thousand shields), the border in high relief with a frieze of Hindu dieties, warriors and animals, the underside engraved with a peacock, 30.5cm diameter, approximate weight 21oz £200 - £300

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Lot 284 A COMPOSITE SET OF EIGHT GEORGE III SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, by William Eley, William Fears and William Chawner and others, various dates c.1812, total approximate weight 9.5ozs £90 - £120


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Lot 285 Lot 285 A GEORGE III SILVER WINE FUNNEL, by Henry Chawner & John Eames, c.1796, the threaded rim to the bowl with a shaped clip, conforming threaded bands to the stem, 13cm high. See illustration £200 - £300 Lot 286 AN EARLY GEORGE III SILVER HOT WATER JUG, by James Young, London 1768, the pear shaped body repoussé with flowers, scrolls and foliage on a part pounced ground, conforming spout, on a shell bordered and beaded foot, the domed cover with turned and fluted finial, beaded border, cane bound scroll handle, approximate weight 21.5oz gross, 27.5cm high £600 - £700 Lot 287 A SET OF FOUR GEORGE III SILVERGILT HANOVERIAN PATTERN TABLESPOONS, by Thomas & William Chawner, London 1765 21.5cm long, total approximate weight 8oz, in a later black morocco fitted case with retailer’s mark of Haseldine, 96 New Bond Street, London £100 - £150 Lot 288 A GEORGE III SILVER CASTER, probably by William Sutton, London 1787, with a domed pierced cover, over a vase shape body, on circular spreading foot, 15.5cm high, approximate weight 3ozs £70 - £90

Lot 291

Lot 289 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER CARD TRAYS, maker’s mark RAGH, London 1810, each with a raised border and shaped concave corners, engraved with an heraldic device to centre, on four pad feet, 14cm x 14cm square, total approximate weight 12ozs £250 - £350

Lot 291 A PAIR OF GEORGE II CAST SILVER CANDLESTICKS, by William Gould, London 1750, with reel sconces, multi-knopped stems, on shaped square bases with stepped moulded borders, 20cm high, total approximate weight 28ozs. See illustration £400 - £500

Lot 290 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER CAULDRON SALTS, maker’s mark indistinct, London 1764, on three pad feet, with blue glass liners, 6cm diameter £50 - £60

Lot 292 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER CASTERS, by Robert Peaston, London 1763, each with a pierced domed cover over vase shape body, circular foot, 13cm high, approximate total weight 4oz £120 - £150

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SILVER Lot 293 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER CASTERS, by Samuel and Edward Davenport, London 1796, each with a pierced domed cover over a vase shape body, on square bases, 15cm high, total approximate weight 5ozs £150 - £180 Lot 294 A GEORGE III SILVER WICK TRIMMER, by Wilkes & John Booth, London 1811, with shell detail and reeded borders, 17.5cm, approximate weight 3.75ozs £130 - £160 Lot 295 A MATCHED PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER ‘BERRY’ TABLESPOONS, by Hester Bateman, London 1771 and George Smith and William Fearn, London 1790, each with a later repoussé bowls and bright cut handles, engraved with an heraldic crest, 21.5cm, total approximate weight 3oz £75 - £100 Lot 296 A GEORGE IV SILVER CAULDRON SALT, maker’s mark rubbed, London 1826, with a gadroon rim, on four web feet with strapwork terminals, 6cm high x 8cm diameter, approximate weight 6oz £75 - £125

Lot 297 A GEORGE III SILVER TANKARD, by Thomas Whipham, London 1753, of baluster form, with a leaf capped scroll handle and on a skirted foot, 12.5cm high, approximate weight 12oz. See illustration £400 - £500 Lot 298 A GEORGE III SILVER FIVE BOTTLE CRUET STAND, by I.D. (unregistered mark), London 1765, of cinqfoil form, with a centre rococo ring handle, mounted with a vacant floral cartouche and raised on four shell feet, fitted with later associated glass bottles, two with electroplate covers, approximate weight 14oz £300 - £350 Lot 299 A GEORGE III SILVER TODDY LADLE, (unmarked), with a plain circular bowl and feather chased and baleen handle, 36cm long, together with a small example by Taylor & Perry, Birmingham 1841, with an oval bowl and baleen handle, 18cm long (2) £70 - £100 Lot 300 A GEORGE III SILVER TOAST RACK, by Abstinando King, London 1811, with seven wirework bars to the serpentine base, on reeded bracket feet, 15cm high x 18cm, wide, approximate weight 4oz £100 - £150 Lot 301 A SET OF EIGHT GEORGE IV SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT FORKS, by William Eaton, London 1827, total approximate weight 11ozs £100 - £125

Lot 297

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Lot 302 A VICTORIAN SILVER SALT, by James Charles Edington, London 1848, modelled as lotus leaves, raised on a petallated base, the interior gilt, 5cm high x 9.5cm diameter, approximate weight 3.5oz £40 - £60

Lot 303 Lot 303 A VICTORIAN SILVER AND CUT GLASS BUTTER DISH, COVER AND STAND, by Hy Wilkinson Co., Sheffield 1844, the cover with a recumbent cow finial and engraved with strapwork panels, the circular stand with conforming panels within a cast and pierced border, the cauldron shape glass dish having two lug handles and star cut to underside, 10.5cm high x 19.5cm diameter. See illustration £400 - £600 Lot 304 A LATE VICTORIAN CIGARETTE BOX, by Henry Woodward & Co. Ltd., London 1898 of square form, the hinged lid crested, the sides repoussé with Bacchanalian masks and fruiting vines, boxwood lined interior, London 1898, 10.7cm wide £80 - £120


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Lot 305 Lot 305 A VICTORIAN SILVER DESK STAND, by Thomas Bradbury & Son, Sheffield 1853, the oblong rococo style tray incorporating two cut glass ink wells and a taperstick, on scroll feet centred by cabouchons, the tray 22.5cm x 15.5cm, total approximate weight of weighable silver 9oz. See illustration £200 - £300 Lot 306 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER AND CUT GLASS CLARET JUG, by W & G Sissons, Sheffield 1899, the hinged cover engraved with an heraldic device within a rococo scroll border and with a pierced thumbpiece, the collar with two vacant cartouches and conforming scrolls, facet and star cut body, 26cm high. See illustration £400 - £600 Lot 307 A LATE VICTORIAN/EARLY EDWARDIAN SILVER COMPOSITE THREE-PIECE TEA SERVICE, by Jones & Crompton and other, London 1899 and Birmingham 1902, of oval fluted form, total approximate weight 31oz £300 - £400

Lot 306

Lot 308 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER TRUMPET VASE, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd., London 1899, with an annulated ring beneath the flared neck, the lobed body repoussé with flowers and foliage, on a circular stepped foot, inscribed ‘In Gratitude to Mr & Mrs G. Robinson From the Bishop Thornton Friends who have appreciated your Dances 25/4/44’, 28cm high, approximate weight 18oz £200 - £250 Lot 309 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN SILVER HANOVERIAN TABLE FORKS AND EIGHT MATCHING DESSERT FORKS, by John Aldwinkle and Thomas Slater, London 1888, handle reverses engraved, with a monogram, total approximate weight 23ozs £200 - £250 Lot 310 A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER SUGAR NIPS, by Maurice Freeman, London 1899, with shell bowls and scissor hands £25 - £40

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Lot 311 Lot 311 AN EDWARD VII SILVER-GILT URN SHAPE MUSTARD, by Harrison Brothers and Howson, Sheffield 1902, with bright cut pierced body, the hinged domed cover with millegrain border, leaf capped scroll handle, on a swept pedestal foot, 15cm high (lacks glass liner). See illustration £100 - £150

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Lot 312 Lot 312 AN EDWARD VII OAK FOUR DRAWER COMPOSITE CANTEEN OF SILVER SHELL PATTERN CUTLERY FOR TWELVE SETTINGS,by Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1908, comprising twelve table forks; twelve dessert forks; twelve dessert spoons; twelve teaspoons; twelve soup spoons; six egg spoons; six tablespoons; four sauce ladles; soup ladle and gravy spoon; pair of sugar tongs; together with twelve ivory handled fish knives and forks with silver blades and tines by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1906, twelve mother mother of pearl handled fruit knives and forks with silver blades and tines by Levesley Brothers, Sheffield 1905, twelve ivory handled dinner knives and twelve ivory handled dessert knives, all with steel blades Total approximate weight of weighable silver 146ozs. See illustration £2,250 - £2,500

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Lot 313 ▲ AN EDWARD VII SILVER PHOTOGRAPH FRAME, by Stokes and Ireland Ltd (William Henry Stokes and Arthur George Ireland), London 1908, the oblong frame with ribbon tie cresting and egg and dart border, with easel stand, internal measurements 20.25cm x 15cm, external measurements 26.5cm x 18cm £150 - £200


SILVER Lot 314 AN EDWARD VII SILVER DRESSING TABLE TRAY, by George Nathan and Ridley Hayes, Chester 1902, oblong, the well with a central monogrammed and dated shield cartouche surrounded by branches of oak and acorns within a raised gadroon border cast with a shell and foliate detail, 29cm x 22cm, approximate weight 12oz £130 - £160 Lot 315 AN EDWARD VII NOVELTY PIN CUSHION, by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1904, modelled as a large pig, with padded velvet back, on an onyx rectangular plinth, 10.9cm wide x 8cm high overall £100 - £150 Lot 316 A GEORGE V PART DRESSING SET, by Corke Bros. Ltd., London 1927, basse taille enamelled in blue, comprising two brushes, different; rectangular mirror, shoe horn and seven various glass boxes and flasks, together with one further lid only, in an Asprey blue morocco leather case, gilt initialled to the lid £150 - £200 Lot 317 A GEORGE V SILVER BON BON DISH, by E S Barnsley & Co., Birmingham 1917, the shield shape outline with egg and dart rim, pierced wall and ribbed well, ring handle and on three paw feet, 11.5cm wide, approximate weight 2oz £40 - £60

Lot 319 A GEORGE V SILVER AND BASSE TAILLE ENAMEL CASKET BY WILLIAM COMYNS & SONS LTD., London 1931, of oblong form with incurving corners, the hinged cover with a turquoise basse taille enamel panel, padded velvet interior, raised on four pad feet, 6.5cm high x 15cm wide £80 - £120 Lot 320 A GEORGE V SILVER BACHELOR’S COFFEE POT AND MATCHING HOT WATER JUG, by Charles S. Green & Co. Ltd., Birmingham 1933, each of inverted baluster form, with a domed cover, gadrooned and shell cast borders, on a circular domed foot, composition finial and handle, 18cm high, total approximate weight 15oz (2) £150 - £200 Lot 321 A GEORGE V SILVER TEAPOT AND SIMILAR HOT WATER JUG, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield 1910 and London 1910 respectively, each of octagonal tapering form, with domed covers, composition handles, the bodies engraved with a monogram, the teapot on a circular base, the jug on an octagonal base, total approximate weight 26oz £250 - £300

Lot 322 A GEORGE V SILVER CAKE DISH BY ELKINGTON & CO. LTD., Sheffield 1919, oval repoussé decorated with alternating flower filled and vacant ‘c’ scroll and foliate cartouche within a shell, 31cm x 23cm, approximate weight 10.5ozs (2) £140 - £160

Lot 323 A GEORGE V SILVER PEDESTAL DISH, by Thomas Bradbury & Son, London 1913 of oval outline having twin acanthus leaf moulded handles, with bright cut engraved foliate swags and pierced oval flower heads between pierced linear borders and conforming pedestal foot, 37cm wide over handles x 21cm, approximate weight 18ozs. See illustration £225 - £275 Lot 324 A GEORGE VI SILVER FOUR-PIECE TEA SERVICE, by Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1941, comprising tea pot, hot water jug, cream jug and sugar bowl, of Art Deco design, the tapering bodies with inverted fluted corners, the tea pot and hot water jug with composition handles, total approximate weight 45oz £650 - £750

Lot 318 A GEORGE V SILVER SAUCE BOAT, by Cooper Brothers and Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1937, of Art Deco design with a plain flat rim and strap handle, on a shaped oblong plinth foot, 16.5cm over handle, approximate weight 4.5ozs £50 - £60 Lot 323

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SILVER / OBJETS OF VERTU Lot 325 AN EARLY GEORGE VI SILVER FOURPIECE TEA SERVICE, by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd., London 1938, comprising teapot, hot water jug, cream jug and sugar bowl, each of compressed circular form, with annulated and moulded shoulders, the teapot and hot water jug with domed covers raised with leaf forms around an ivory finial and with ivory scroll handles, total approximate weight 89oz. See illustration £900 - £1,200 Lots 327-328 SPARE LOTS

OBJETS DE VERTU Lot 329 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER VESTA, by James Fenton, Birmingham 1891, the drum shape engraved body with a hinged cover, inlaid with Scottish agates, 5cm high £80 - £120 Lot 330 A VICTORIAN SILVER CAMPAIGN SHAVING BRUSH, by James Fenton, London 1888, with engine turned body and monogrammed cartouche, 8cm high £30 - £50

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Lot 325 Lot 334 Lot 331 A GEORG JENSEN SILVER MUSTARD A VICTORIAN SILVER VINAIGRETTE, POT, designed by Jorgen Jensen, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1847, c.1933 of Art Deco design, the of oblong bracketed outline, the cylindrical body on a square base upper cover engraved with a view of with engraved chevron border, no. the Scott Memorial, Edinburgh, 793, marked 925.S, J.J. and maker’s internally fitted with a pierced silvermarks, 8cm high £80 - £120 gilt grill, 5cm. See illustration £250 - £400 Lot 335 A 19TH CENTURY SILVER BABY’S Lot 332 RATTLE, with eight bells (one AN EDWARD VII IVORY HANDLED missing), coral teether and whistle, SILVER PRESENTATION TROWEL, by with embossed foliate decoration, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1905, the 16cm long (unmarked) £50 - £70 blade engraved with flowers and foliage around a vacant cartouche, Lot 336 the handle with a fluted terminal and A SILVER AND BASSE TAILLE ENAMEL flattened knop finial, 28cm long COMPACT, Birmingham 1938 £70 - £100 rectangular, the cover enamelled in ivory with pale blue scale outline Lot 333 highlighted with gilt scroll ties within AN EDWARD VII SILVER NOVELTY a blue chamfered border £80 - £120 VESTA CASE, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London 1902, Lot 337 as a whistle, the hinged top with A SILVER BASSE TAILLE ENAMEL striker, engraved ‘P.H.W. 1905’, the COMPACT, H. Clifford Davis Ltd., reverse ‘Kid’ in script, 6.5cm long Birmingham 1951, of circular outline, £80 - £120 polychrome painted with summer flowers, 10cm diameter, total approximate weight 187grms £120 - £150

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OBJETS OF VERTU / JEWELLERY

Lot 345 Lot 338 A SILVER BASSE TAILLE ENAMEL CIGARETTE CASE, LIGHTER AND CIGARETTE HOLDER, H. Clifford David Ltd., Birmingham 1960 each painted en suite with chrysanthemum £120 - £150 Lot 339 A CIGARETTE CASE IN 9CT GOLD, Goldsmith & Silversmith Co., London 1931, rectangular, of engine turned decoration, total approximate weight 133grms £1,300 - £1,400 Lot 340 A CIGARETTE CASE IN 9CT GOLD, rectangular, Birmingham 1930, of engine turned decoration, Birmingham 1930, total approximate weight 180grms £1,700 - £2,000 Lot 341 A CIGARETTE CASE IN 18CT GOLD, Birmingham 1920,of rectangular curved outline, engraved to cover F.E.B. and with inscription to the interior, total approximate weight 155grms £2,750 - £3,250 Lot 342 A 50 GRAMME FINE GOLD INGOT, issued by Schweizerisher Bankverein £1,300 - £1,400

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Lot 347

JEWELLERY Lot 345 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY EMERALD AND DIAMOND THREE-STONE RING, the step cut emerald set in line with two Old European cut diamonds, in carved boat setting in 18ct gold, approximate weight of emerald 1.70cts, total approximate weight of diamonds 1.80cts. See illustration £3,500 - £4,500 Lot 346 AN IMPORTANT SINGLE STONE DIAMOND RING, the early round brilliant cut stone crown set with scrolls, the shoulders set with eightcut stones, in platinum, approximate weight of principal stone 3.64cts, colour J, clarity VS, with Anchor Certificate no. 20008490. See illustration £9,000 - £12,000 Lot 347 A MID 20TH CENTURY DIAMOND BOW BROOCH, all-over set with brilliant and eight-cut stones, in platinum, total approximate weight of diamonds 3.25cts. See illustration £1,000 - £1,500

Lot 343 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY BAKERS POINTER 9CT GOLD PENCIL, 11cm long, together with two Eversharp gold plated pencils and a Lady ‘YardO-Lette’ example (4) £50 - £70

Lot 348 AN EDWARD VII PEARL AND DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the 6.5mm blister pearl flanked by two Old European cut stones, over reeded shoulders, in 18ct gold, total approximate weight of diamonds 1.30cts £400 - £600 Lot 349 A MID 20TH CENTURY TIE PIN, fashioned as a side-by-side big game rifle, in yellow and white metal (tests as 9ct gold), total approximate weight 3grms. See illustration £50 - £75 Lot 350 A MID 20TH CENTURY DIAMOND SET ELEPHANT BAR BROOCH, the brilliant cut stones all-over set in platinum with a small cabouchon ruby to the eye, on a white metal bar (tests as 18ct gold), total approximate weight of diamonds 0.32cts, total approximate weight 7grms £150 - £200

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JEWELLERY Lot 354 A VICTORIAN 15CT GOLD AND TURQUOISE BROOCH, the domed centre set with turquoise within a broad surround of twisted wire and bead decoration, 30mm £175 - £225

Lot 351 Lot 351 A MID 20TH CENTURY PHEASANT BROOCH IN 18CT YELLOW GOLD AND WHITE GOLD, the cock bird in flight, set to the eye with a small cabouchon ruby and engraved with feathers, Birmingham 1964, maker’s mark TAD, total approximate weight 8grms. See illustration £250 - £350

Lot 355 A CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE, the 6.5mm pearls fastened with a 14k gold bombé snap, approximate length 61cm, together with a freshwater cultured pearl necklace of graduated pearls, total approximate length 90cm (2) £100 - £150

Lot 352 A PAIR OF MID 20TH CENTURY DIAMOND SET EAR-RINGS, the flowerhead and ribbon design set with brilliant and eight-cut stones, in platinum, with clip on fittings, total approximate weight of diamonds 0.80cts. See illustration £400 - £600 Lot 353 A VICTORIAN 15CT GOLD AND BLUE ENAMEL PENDANT, the oval enamelled bombé star set with a ruby, within a serpent surround, hung from a ribbon bow and diamond set loop, on a snake link chain, total approximate weight 24grms £450 - £550

Lot 361 A BRACELET, in 9ct gold, of belt form, with engraved buckle and brick-type links, Edinburgh 1959, total approximate weight 59grms £575 - £675

Lot 356 A VICTORIAN CHAIN IN 9CT GOLD, of swaged belcher links with swivel fastener, total approximate length 123cm, total approximate weight 17grms £125 - £175 Lot 357 A PAIR OF BAROQUE PEARL AND DIAMOND PENDANT EAR-RINGS, c.1935, each pearl hung from graduated and diamond set inverted tulip heads, in white metal (tests as 14ct gold) with later silver wires £125 - £175

Lot 352

Lot 360 A DIAMOND HALF HOOP ETERNITY RING, the Old European cut stones grain set in-line in white metal (tests as 18ct gold), total approximate weight of diamonds 0.50cts £125 - £175

Lot 358 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the step-cut emerald claw set and flanked by two brilliant cut diamonds, in 18ct gold, total approximate weight of emerald 0.95cts, total approximate weight of diamonds 0.30cts £300 - £400 Lot 359 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND PENDANT, the oval faceted emerald and brilliant cut diamond claw set in yellow and white metal (tests as 18ct gold) hung from a spiga link chain in 18ct gold, total approximate weight of emerald 0.60cts £250 - £350

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Lot 362 Lot 362 A VICTORIAN 9CT GOLD AND ENAMELLED PENDANT PAINTED WITH A ST. BERNARD MASK, signed J. W. Bailey verso, the circular surround fashioned as a belt, with pendant loop, approximately 20mm diameter. See illustration £90 - £120 Lot 363 A DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the brilliant cut stones claw set with trefoil diamond set shoulders in 18ct white gold, Birmingham 1973, makers Charles Green & Son, total approximate weight of diamonds 1.15cts £550 - £650 Lot 364 A VICTORIAN BOW BROOCH IN 15CT GOLD, with twin row scroll engraving, total approximate weight 9grms £100 - £150


JEWELLERY Lot 365 A THREE STONE DIAMOND RING, the brilliant cut stones claw set in-line in white metal (tests as 18ct gold), total approximate weight of diamonds 1.30cts £900 - £1,100 Lot 366 AN OPAL RING, the oval cabouchon collet set in yellow metal (tests as 18ct gold), total approximate weight 5grms £150 - £200 Lot 367 A GEORGE V THREE STONE DIAMOND BAR BROOCH, the Old European cut stones collet set in-line in 15ct gold, total approximate weight of diamonds 0.20cts £90 - £110 Lot 368 A FABERGÉ DIAMOND AND PINK QUARTZ PENDANT, of heart-shape and frosted finish collet set to the centre with a brilliant diamond hung from a diamond set ribbon-tie in white metal (tests as platinum), stamped Fabergé PT950 23/200, on a fine rope chain in white metal (tests as 18ct gold), complete with certificate, presentation box and packaging £300 - £400 Lot 369 A RUBY, SAPPHIRE AND CITRENE RING, the oval faceted stones set inline interspersed with small brilliant cut diamonds, in 18ct gold £150 - £200 Lot 370 A TWO-ROW CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE, with marquise-shaped platinum snap set with brilliant and eight-cut stones to each side, the pearls of graduated size, approximate length 40cm, with further loose pearls, total approximate weight of diamonds 0.50cts £250 - £350 Lot 371 A VICTORIAN BRACELET IN 15CT GOLD, the hollow figure-of-eight links fastened with a concealed snap and safety chain, total approximate weight 32grms £400 - £600

Lot 372 Lot 372 A BROOCH BY ALAN MARTIN GARD, London 1968, set to the centre with a brilliant cut diamond and three heliodor crystals within a textured lattice in 18ct gold, approximate weight of diamond 0.15cts, total approximate weight 23grms. See illustration £750 - £1,250

Lot 374 AN EMERALD, DIAMOND AND RUBY RING, the four princess-cut diamonds bordered by four emeralds and four rubies, all step cut and set in-line with brilliant cut diamonds to the foliate scroll shoulders, in white metal (tests as 18ct gold), total approximate weight of diamonds 0.90cts, total approximate weight of emeralds 0.50cts, total approximate weight of rubies 0.75cts £500 - £700

Lot 375

Lot 373 Lot 373 A TOPAZ AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval faceted sherry coloured stone raised against a double row of brilliant cut diamonds, claw set in 18ct white gold, London 1978, approximate weight of topaz 3.70cts, total approximate weight of diamonds 2.25cts. See illustration £500 - £700

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Lot 375 AN OPAL AND DIAMOND RING, the oval cabouchon claw set against a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, in white metal (tests as 18ct gold), approximate weight of opal 7.30cts, total approximate weight of diamonds 0.50cts. See illustration £700 - £900 Lot 376 AN AMETHYST BROOCH, early 20th century, the oval faceted stone collet set within a twisted wire and scrolled surround, in 9ct rose gold, together with a jade pendant, oval, collet set in yellow metal (tests as 9ct gold) and a carved ivory brooch in 9ct gold surround (3) £90 - £110 Lot 377 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY OPAL BRACELET, in 9ct gold, the circular cabouchon stones collet set within hollow curb links, fastened with a padlock clasp, total approximate weight 13grms £250 - £350

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JEWELLERY Lot 378 A BRACELET IN 9CT GOLD, of albertina belcher link sections, faceted bombés, engraved discs and hung with tassels, total approximate weight 16grms £200 - £250 Lot 379 A THREE STONE DIAMOND RING, the brilliant cut stones of graduated inline crown setting, in 18ct white gold, total approximate weight of diamonds, 4.46cts £500 - £700 Lot 380 A SINGLE STONE DIAMOND RING, the brilliant cut stone in French-style setting in yellow and white metal (tests as 14ct gold), approximate weight of diamond, 0.96ct £200 - £250 Lot 381 A SINGLE STONE DIAMOND RING, the marquise cut stone collet set in 18ct yellow and white gold, approximate weight of diamond, 0.94ct £150 - £200 Lot 382 A CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE WITH DIAMOND SET PLATINUM SNAP, the pearls of graduated size, total approximate length 67cm; together with an identical clasp of interlocking design £175 - £225

Lot 383 Lot 383 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval faceted emerald raised against a two tier surround set with small brilliant cut diamonds, in yellow metal (tests as 18ct gold), approximate weight of emerald 2.70cts, total approximate weight of diamonds 0.48cts. See illustration £300 - £400

Lot 384 Lot 384 A SINGLE STONE DIAMOND RING, the Old European cut stone crown set in yellow and white metal (tests as 18ct gold and platinum), approximate weight of diamond 2.36cts. See illustration £2,000 - £3,000 Lot 385 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING OF ART DECO STYLE, the principal step cut emerald flanked by two smaller stones collet set and raised between borders of brilliant cut diamonds, in white metal (tests as 18ct gold), approximate weight of principal emerald 1.00ct, total approximate weight of diamonds 0.60cts, total approximate weight 11grms £400 - £500 Lot 386 A PEARL AND DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the oval faceted stone collet set and flanked by two grey cultured pearls, with diamond set shoulders, in white metal (tests as 18ct gold) £180 - £220 Lot 387 A FRESH WATER PEARL NECKLACE, approximately 8.5mm, the silver snap set with blue and colourless pastes, approximate length 83cm £50 - £75

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Lot 388 A GENTLEMAN’S DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the principal stone of brilliant cut, collet set and raised against a surround of smaller stones, in a heavy yellow metal (tests as 18ct gold) mount, total approximate weight of diamonds 0.65cts, total approximate weight 13grms £350 - £450 Lot 389 AN EDWARD VII DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, set with Old European cut stones in a claw setting in 9ct gold, total approximate weight of diamonds 0.75cts £130 - £160 Lot 390 A MID 20TH CENTURY JADE PENDANT AND BROOCH, each of pear-shape, pierced and foliate carved, claw set, the pendant hung from a fine trace link chain in yellow metal (tests as 9ct gold) together with a circular cabouchon jade pendant, claw set and hung from a fine trace link chain in yellow metal (tests as 9ct gold) and a jade ring of rectangular outline, pierced and carved, claw set in white metal (tests as 14ct gold) £100 - £150 Lot 391 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY PAIR OF GREEN AGATE , SEED PEARL AND ROSE CUT DIAMOND EAR-RINGS, the fluted agate beads hung from diamond set leaves with pearl terminal, in yellow metal (tests as 9ct gold) together with a necklace of graduated green agate and faceted crystal beads, approximate length 38cm £150 - £200 Lot 392 A JADE NECKLACE, the double row of spherical beads each approximately 9.5mm diameter, fastened with a silver snap, approximate length 38cm £100 - £150 Lots 393-394 SPARE LOTS


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WATCHES Lot 398 A GENTLEMAN’S ROTARY WRISTWATCH IN 9CT GOLD, the circular cream dial having gilt batons and hands with date aperture, quartz movement, signed to dial and integral bracelet, original box, approximate net weight 39grms £450 - £550

Lot 395 Lot 395 A LADY’S 19TH CENTURY POCKET WATCH IN 18CT GOLD, the half hunter case all-over engraved with foliate scrolls, pink and blue basse taille enamel chapter ring, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and blued steel double swell spade hands, the keyless cylinder movement with base metal inner dust cover, Swiss marks, 33mm diameter. See illustration £125 - £175 Lot 396 A ROLEX POCKET WATCH IN OPEN FACE ROLLED GOLD CASE, the white enamel dial having back Roman numerals and blued steel double swell spade hands, subsidiary seconds dial, signed to dial and keyless 15 jewel lever movement £400 - £500 Lot 397 A GENTLEMAN’S BUCHERER WRISTWATCH IN 18CT GOLD, the circular satin silvered dial having gilt batons and alpha hands, date aperture, automatic jewel lever movement, signed to dial and integral Milanese bracelet, Swiss hallmarks, original box, approximate net weight 52grms £1,000 - £1,500

Lot 401 A GENTLEMAN’S OMEGA CONSTELLATION CHRONOMETER WRISTWATCH, in brushed bi-metal case, the circular gilt dial having gilt dots and upright-line hands, date aperture, signed to dial, button, bracelet and automatic movement £400 - £500

Lot 399 A GENTLEMAN’S MID 20TH CENTURY BULOVA WRISTWATCH IN ROLLED GOLD, together with a lady’s Rolex wristwatch and a Zenith wristwatch, in 9ct gold, c.1950 (3) £125 - £150

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Lot 400 Lot 400 A GENTLEMAN’S ZENITH WRISTWATCH IN 18CT GOLD, the circular silvered chronograph dial having gilt batons and hands, subsidiary seconds and minute dials, signed to dial, button and jewel lever movement, Swiss hallmarks. See illustration £800 - £1,000

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Lot 402 A GENTLEMAN’S ROLEX WRISTWATCH, the octagonal 9ct gold oyster case no. Z7332, the circular white enamel dial with Arabic black shadow numerals, luminous skeleton hands within milled bezel, signed to dial, button, case and 15 jewelled lever movement, Glasgow (import) 1929. See illustration £1,000 - £1,250 Lot 403 A GENTLEMAN’S LUSINA WRISTWATCH, in 18ct gold case, the circular silvered dial with gilt baton hands, Arabic numerals, sweep seconds hand with red arrow and date aperture, signed to dial, case, button and 21 jewelled lever movement, c.1965 £200 - £300

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WATCHES Lot 405 A GENTLEMAN’S ROLEX WRISTWATCH IN 9CT GOLD, the circular white dial having gilt Arabic numerals and swallow hands, signed to dial and 15 jewel lever movement, Birmingham 1954. See illustration £500 - £700 Lot 406 A GENTLEMAN’S TUDOR ROYAL WRISTWATCH IN 9CT GOLD, the circular textured white dial having gilt batons, Arabic numerals and alpha hands, signed to dial and 17 jewel lever Movement, hallmarked by Dennison for Rolex Birmingham 1953 £150 - £200

Lot 404 Lot 404 A GENTLEMAN’S LE COULTRE WRISTWATCH, in rectangular 9ct gold case no. 45454, the black rectangular dial (at fault) with white Arabic numerals, tapered baton hands and seconds ring, signed to dial and 15 jewelled lever movement no. 57029, London (import) 1928. See illustration £900 - £1,100

Lot 407 A GENTLEMAN’S OMEGA SEAMASTER WRISTWATCH IN STAINLESS STEEL, the circular silvered dial having batons and hands, date aperture, signed to dial, button, case and automatic movement, together with a gentleman’s Tissot quartz wristwatch in 18ct gold and a lady’s Zenith quartz wristwatch (3) £200 - £250 Lot 408 A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH BY E. GÜBELIN, c.1920, in silver, the circular silvered dial having luminous Arabic numerals and skeleton hands, with subsidiary seconds dial, signed to dial, case and 15 jewel lever movement no. 379856, Swiss marks, on silver Milanese bracelet by Couplex, approximately 28mm diameter £75 - £125

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Lot 409 A LADY’S WRISTWATCH BY WESTEND WATCH CO, c.1950, in 18ct gold, the square silvered dial having black Arabic numerals and chromed square batons and blued steel hands, under cocktail glass, the square case with single trefoil lugs and original black cord strap with rolled gold fittings, Swiss marks £200 - £250 Lot 410 A LADY’S ART DECO WRISTWATCH, in 14ct yellow and white gold, on black silk ribbon strap £75 - £125 Lot 411 A LADY’S CARTIER WRISTWATCH IN SILVER GILT, the circular cream dial having black Roman numerals and blued steel tapered baton hands, signed to dial and case with cabouchon sapphire button, quartz movement, Swiss marks, original box and papers £175 - £225 Lot 412 THREE GENTLEMAN’S MID 20TH CENTURY WRISTWATCHES BY OMEGA, UNIVERSAL GENEVE AND MOVADO, in stainless steel, with jewel lever movements, together with a later silver case wristwatch with integral bracelet by Garrard, with quartz movement, original box and papers (4) £250 - £300


WATCHES Lot 413 A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH BY MONVIS, in 18ct gold case, the circular silvered chronograph dial with gilt batons, Arabic numerals and alpha hands, subsidiary seconds and minute dial, jewel lever movement unsigned, Swiss hallmarks £100 - £150

Lot 415 A GENTLEMAN’S TISSOT WRISTWATCH, in 18ct gold case, the circular white dial with gilt Roman numerals, alpha hands and date aperture, signed to dial and button, the screw down case (at fault) containing a Swiss quartz movement £100 - £200 Lot 416 A GENTLEMAN’S TITUS WRISTWATCH, in 18ct gold case, the circular gilt chronograph dial having Arabic numerals and baton hands, subsidiary seconds and minute dials, signed to dial and jewel lever movement £100 - £150

Lot 414 Lot 414 A GENTLEMAN’S OMEGA WRISTWATCH, in 9ct gold, the circular white dial with gilt arrowhead batons, Arabic numeral 12, alpha hands with subsidiary seconds dial, signed to dial and 17 jewelled lever movement, Birmingham 1948. See illustration £300 - £400

Lot 417 A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH BY J. W. BENSON, LONDON, in 9ct white and yellow gold, the rectangular silvered dial having black Arabic numerals, blued steel lozenge mitre hands, subsidiary seconds dial, 17 jewel lever movement, signed to dial, Glasgow import 1929 £70 - £100

Lot 418 Lot 418 A GENTLEMAN’S ROLEX WRISTWATCH, in 9ct gold, the rectangular two-tone silvered dial having black Arabic numerals, blued steel baton hands, subsidiary seconds dial, signed to dial, case and jewel lever movement, Glasgow import 1934. See illustration £500 - £700 Lots 419 & 420 SPARE LOTS

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OIL PAINTINGS

OIL PAINTINGS

Lot 421 Lot 421 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Smiling girl leaning out of a window, with fruit and trailing ivy, a companion work of a musician playing a violin, oils on tin, indistinctly signed lower right, 19.5cm x 16cm, original gilt gesso frames. See illustration £300 - £400

Lot 422 ▲ FOLLOWER OF DOMENICO BARTOLOMEO UBALDINI IL PULIGO (1492-1527), Madonna and Child, oil on panel, labelled verso, 68.5cm x 51.5cm, 17th century carved giltwood frame Provenance: Sir George Armytage Bt., Kirklees Hall, Brighouse. Thence by descent Exhibited: National Exhibition of Works of Art, Leeds, 1868, No.89 as Andrea Vannucchi del Sarto. See illustration £5,000 - £8,000

Lot 423 EDWIN FREDERICK HOLT (BRITISH 1830-1912) CHESTNUT HUNTER IN A STABLE, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1874 to right, 50.5cm x 61cm £150 - £200 Lot 424 ANONYMOUS (19TH CENTURY SCHOOL), Drovers, cattle and sheep in a mountainous landscape, oil on panel, bears signature T. S. Cooper 1848 lower right, 22cm x 29cm £150 - £200 Lot 425 ALFRED ELSWORTH (BRITISH, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY), A farmstead near a brook, with a group of geese in the middle distance, oil on canvas board, signed lower right, 27cm x 35cm £200 - £300

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OIL PAINTINGS Lot 426 WILLIAM MELLOR (BRITISH 18511931), The Wharfe, Bolton Woods, with cattle watering in the foreground, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 33cm x 46cm, gilt frame. See illustration £3,000 - £4,000 Lot 427 JNO. S. ATHERTON (EARLY 20TH CENTURY), ‘John de Ville Mather’ M.D. 1881-1969, half portrait facing to dexter, standing with his hands in his pockets, wearing a winged collar, jacket and waistcoat, oil on canvas, initialled to lower left, 90cm x 60cm. General Practitioner Todmorden 1907-1960, (excepting war service as Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps 1915-1919). Dr Mather was well respected and liked by his patients. The 1st World War poet, Wilfred Owen, in letters to his mother, described him as ‘’a good sort (i.e. kind and clever)’’, see letters 563 and 566; Wilfred Owen: Selected Letters Ed: John Bell, Oxford University Press 2nd Ed: 1998 £300 - £400 Lot 428 JNO. S. ATHERTON (EARLY 20TH CENTURY), Edward John Holbrook of Nottingham and Manchester 18441924, half portrait in profile, sitting smoking a cigar, wearing a black suit, oil on canvas, initialled to lower right, 102cm x 76cm £50 - £100 Lot 429 ARR OWEN BOWEN ROI (BRITISH 1873-1967), cattle watering in a landscape, oil on canvas, signed to lower left, 51cm x 61.5cm £250 - £350 Lot 430 ARR ANGUS RANDS (BRITISH 19221985), September Evening in Swaledale (Near Easby Abbey), grazing cattle in an extensive landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right, artists label verso, dated 1975, 45cm x 61cm £100 - £150

Lot 426 Lot 431 COLIN GRAEME ROE (BRITISH 18581910), Highland cow in a river landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right, 46cm x 61cm £250 - £350 Lot 432 ARR GORDON CLIFFORD BARLOW (BRITISH 1913-2005), ‘Early Morning Kettlewell’, Yorkshire Dales landscape with village, oil on board, signed to lower right, title and attribution to label verso, 41cm x 51cm £150 - £200 Lot 433 ***TH A. COOPER (EARLY 20TH CENTURY), Young Italian girl, head and shoulders portrait, in traditional country dress, oil on canvas, signed Cooper’ to upper right, attribution ‘***th A. Cooper’ to partial label verso, 53.5cm x 43cm £150 - £200 Lot 434 ARR ARTHUR KEENE (BRITISH B.1930), River landscape with female standing on the riverbank, oil on board, signed and dated (19)59 to lower left, 51cm x 61cm £150 - £200

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Lot 435 ARR CYRIL FRADAN (SOUTH AFRICAN B.1928), ‘Carnival’, lively street scene with figures celebrating, oil on board, signed and dated (19)67 to lower left, 45cm x 60cm £150 - £200

Lot 436 Lot 436 ARR HENRY INLANDER (BRITISH 1925-1983), ‘The Small Pool’, oil on canvas, signed to lower right, gallery label for ‘Ernest Brown-Phillips Ltd, The Leicester Galleries, London’ and exhibition label no. 10270 verso, 66cm x 55.5cm. See illustration £400 - £600


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Lot 443 Lot 437 ARR FRANCESCO MANCINI (ITALIAN 20TH CENTURY), La Luna e La Notte, oil and mixed media, signed lower right, 34.5cm x 25cm £100 - £150

Lot 440 ARR BEN MAILE (BRITISH B.1922), ‘Stairways to Home’, street scene with figures on steps, oil on canvas, signed to lower right, 60.5cm x 51cm £250 - £350

Lot 442 ▲ ARR ALFRED RASENBERGER (GERMAN 1885-1949), Coastal barge and other shipping, oil on board, signed lower left, 25cm x 32cm £70 - £100

Lot 438 ARR MOLLY JOHNSON (AUSTRALIAN 20TH CENTURY), Snow Gums, Kosicuisko, oil on board, signed lower right, 23cm x 28cm £100 - £150

Lot 441 ARR CESAR BUENAVENTURA (FILIPINO C.1922-1983), Harvest, oil on canvas, signed lower right, 51cm x 61cm £300 - £400

Lot 443 ARR BRIAN SHIELDS ‘BRAAQ’ (BRITISH 1951-1997), Snow covered landscape with children playing and figures walking as snow falls, the town seen in the distance, oil on board, signed braaq ‘’Ann’’ to lower right, 28cm x 38cm. See illustration £6,000 - £8,000

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Lot 445 Lot 444 ARR BRIAN SHIELDS ‘BRAAQ’ (BRITISH 1951-1997), Snow covered landscape, oil on canvas, signed ‘Shieldi braaq’ to lower right and inscription by the artist dated 1986 verso, 50.5cm x 76cm. £200 - £300

Lot 445 ARR BRIAN SHIELDS ‘BRAAQ’ (BRITISH 1951-1997), snow covered winter scene with figures on a frozen lake, the town beyond, oil on board, signed braaq ‘ann’ to lower left, 41cm x 51.5cm. See illustration £8,000 - £10,000

Lot 446 ARR BRIAN SHIELDS BRAAQ, (British 1951-1997), study of a young boy and girl, oil on board, signed in pencil verso, 19cm x 10cm. See illustration £2,000 - £2,500 Lot 446 MORPHETS Fine Art & Antique Auctioneers since 1895

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WATERCOLOURS, PASTELS AND DRAWINGS

WATERCOLOURS, PASTELS AND DRAWINGS

Lot 450 Lot 448 ▲ XXX DICKINSON (BRITISH 19TH CENTURY) Portrait of Henry Armytage, 2nd son of 4th Baronet of Kirklees, b. Oct 1796 d. Oct 1861, a Colonel in the Coldstream Guards, three quarter length, wearing a morning coat with checked trousers and holding a top hat, standing in a garden, pencil, wash and gouache, signed and dated 1866 lower right, oval, 40cm x 30cm £100 - £150 Lot 449 ▲ ARR EILEEN CHANDLER (BRITISH 20TH CENTURY), Half length portrait of a young girl, watercolour, signed and dated 1957, 47cm x 35cm £60 - £100

Lot 450 ▲ WILLIAM DRUMMOND (BRITISH ACT.1800-1850), Portrait of William Armytage RN (1821-1872), standing in a landscape, wearing a frock coat, holding a cane and top hat, signed and dated 1849, a companion work by the same hand of Captain Godfrey Armytage 6th Warwicks Regt. (1825-1908), unsigned, both with contemporary biog. label verso in black ink, 40cm x 29.5cm (2) See illustration £600 - £800 Lot 451 SCHOOL OF FRANCIS WHEATLEY (BRITISH 1747-1801), The Harvesters, a pair, watercolours, one indistinctly signed, attribution label in black ink verso, 11.5cm x 9cm, maple frames £200 - £300

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Lot 452 HENRY THOMAS SCHAFER (BRITISH 1873-1925), St Ouen, Rouen, Normandy, watercolour, signed and titled lower right, 46cm x 34cm £80 - £120 Lot 453 20TH CENTURY NEOPOLITAN SCHOOL, Extensive view of the Bay of Naples with figures by a ruined abbey, gouache, 37cm x 30cm, together with a companion work, the Bay of Naples with numerous strolling figures, 17cm x 24cm (2) £150 - £200

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WATERCOLOURS, PASTELS AND DRAWINGS

Lot 457 Lot 458 Lot 454 Lot 458 Lot 459 GUISEPPE MATRAIA (ITALIAN 19TH G*** ONDRIACHIANI (19TH/20TH CHARLES ALPHONSE GOLDIE, CENTURY) Italian landscape with (BRITISH 19TH/20TH CENTURY), CENTURY), St. Marks Square, Venice figures beside a wayside shrine, Chinoiserie Girl, portrait of a young from the entrance to the Grand pencil and sepia wash, signed and woman, three-quarter length, seated Canal, with moored fishing boats, dated 1857 lower right; and seven holding a parasol and wearing a watercolour, signed lower left, others, similar, by the same hand (8) 41.5cm x 96cm. See illustration chinoiserie kimono style gown, £200 - £300 watercolour, signed to lower left, £200 - £300 Lot 455 34.5cm x 24.5cm. See illustration CHARLES ROWBOTHAM (BRITISH Lot 460 £200 - £300 1856-1921), Oggebbio, Lake WILLIAM MANNERS (BRITISH 1865Maggiore; Near Antibes, South Of 1940), Summer landscape with France; a pair, watercolours, 12.5cm figures on a country lane, x 26cm, attribution and title verso watercolour, signed lower left, £300 - £500 17.5cm x 24cm £200 - £250 Lot 456 ARR HANS HANSON RSW, (BRITISH 1853-1947), Tangiers; Market, Tangiers; a pair, watercolour and body colour, signed lower right, artist label verso, 36cm x 30cm £200 - £300 Lot 457 AUGUSTUS OSBORNE LAMPLOUGH (BRITISH 1877-1930), ‘A Street in Cairo’; ‘A Street in Luxor’; market stalls and figures, a pair, watercolour signed and titled to lower left and right, 32.5cm x 20cm, gallery label verso for Doig, Wilson and Wheatley of Edinburgh. See illustration Lot 460 £600 - £800 MORPHETS Fine Art & Antique Auctioneers since 1895

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WATERCOLOURS, PASTELS AND DRAWINGS Lot 461 WILLIAM MANNERS (BRITISH 18651940), Summer landscape with figures and sheep on a country lane, watercolour, signed lower left, 17cm x 24cm £200 - £250 Lot 462 MANNER OF MYLES BIRKETT-FOSTER (BRITISH 1825-1899), A Pastoral Scene, with a mother and child feeding ducks beside a cottage, bears monogram lower left, watercolour and pencil, 12.7cm x 15.8cm; and another similar, two girls seated on a stile in a landscape, gilt framed and within glazed rosewood display frames (2) £300 - £500 Lot 463 ALBERT HASELGRAVE (BRITISH LATE 19TH CENTURY), Plough horses and figures beside thatched cottages, at the end of the day, watercolour, signed to lower left, 25cm x 35cm £70 - £90

Lot 464 ARR ARTHUR REGINALD SMITH RWS RSW (BRITISH 1872-1934), ‘Market Day, Assisi’, crowded market place, watercolour, signed to lower left and titled to artist’s label verso, 25cm x 31.5cm £200 - £250

Lot 467 ARR GEORGE JACKSON (BRITISH 1898-1974), Figures by a fairground ride; Figures on a river bridge with township beyond, pencil, pen, ink and watercolour, signed lower right, 39cm x 28cm (2) £80 - £120

Lot 465 ALBERT MOULTON FOWERAKER (BRITISH 1873-1942), Moonlit Spanish square with figures beside a fountain and gateway, watercolour, signed to lower right, 36cm x 54cm. See illustration £300 - £500

Lot 468 ▲ ARR LIAM BRADSHAW (BRITISH 20TH CENTURY), Still life with tennis racquet, pastel, signed with initials and dated (19)98, artist label verso, 23.5cm x 23cm £70 - £100

Lot 466 BRITISH SCHOOL (EARLY 20TH CENTURY), Crowded city marketplace with figures and stalls, watercolour, signed with a monogram ‘C’ and dated 1921 to lower left, 35cm x 38cm £200 - £300

Lot 469 ARR TONY BRUMMEL SMITH (BRITISH B.1949), Arcades of the Prado, Havana, street scene with figures, watercolour, signed to lower right, 41.5cm x 34cm. Provenance with Walker Galleries Exh.2003 £100 - £150 Lot 470 ARR J. BARRIE HASTE (BRITISH 19312011), River landscape with figures beside a haystack, watercolour, signed to lower left, 34cm x 52.5cm £75 - £125 Lot 471 ARR ROBERT LESLIE HOWEY (BRITISH 1900- 1981), Early morning lakeland scene, watercolour, signed to lower right, 49cm x 63cm £200 - £300

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PRINTS, ENGRAVINGS AND MAPS

PRINTS, ENGRAVINGS AND MAPS Lot 472 WILLIAM WARD AFTER GEORGE MORLAND (BRITISH 1763-1804), The Barn Door, hand coloured mezzotint, 1792, image size 43cm x 53cm £60 - £80 Lot 473 G. REEVES AFTER JAMES POLLARD (BRITISH 1792-1867) The Mail Coach Changing Horses, hand coloured aquatint, c.1825, image size 28cm x 41cm £40 - £60 Lot 474 JAMES MASON AFTER RICHARD WILSON (BRITISH 1714-1782), Pembroke Town and Castle -Ville Et Chateau De Pembroke, hand coloured copper engraving, c.1775, image size 35cm x 51cm £100 - £150 Lot 475 ▲ GEORGE TOWNLY STUBBS AFTER GEORGE STUBBS (BRITISH 17241806), Volunteer; Sweetbrier, a pair, stipple engravings, 1794, trimmed to image, 39.5cm x 50cm (2)£80 - £120

Lot 478 ▲ AFTER RICHARD WESTALL (BRITISH 1765-1836), Girl and Pigs; A Girl Gathering Mushrooms; A Boy Angling; The Little Domestic, four stipple engravings, pub. by Boydell, c.1802, 30cm x 36.5cm £200 - £300

Lot 480 ARR AFTER AUGUSTUS EDWIN JOHN RA (BRITISH 1878-1961), Fruit vendor and street urchins, black and white etching, signed in pencil to margin, 10cm x 8cm. See illustration £250 - £300

Lot 479 ARR AFTER VINCENT R BALFOURBROWNE (BRITISH 1880-1963), Deerstalking: August 20th Corrie Dubh-Spied a very good stag - in velvet; September 5th Saw the royal in the dark; September 15th Found the royal again, but - inaccessible; September 16th Saw him - in flight; September 26th Saw the big stag again - in the Sanctuary; October 26th The Corrie Dubh royal is still intact, a set of six colour reproductions, facsimile initialled and dated 1924, 33.5cm x 27.5cm £175 - £250

Lot 476 ▲ GEORGE TOWNLY STUBBS AFTER GEORGE STUBBS (BRITISH 17241806), Anvil; Mambino, a pair, stipple engravings, 1794, trimmed to image, 39cm x 50cm (2) £80 - £120 Lot 477 ▲ GEORGE TOWNLY STUBBS AFTER GEORGE STUBBS (BRITISH 17241806), Dungannon; Shark, a pair, stipple engravings, 1794, trimmed to image, 39cm x 50cm (2) £80 - £120

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Lot 481 ARR AFTER CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE ARA (BRITISH 19011979), Goshawk, black and white etching, signed and numbered in pencil to margin, no. 4/50, 33cm x 14cm. See illustration £75 - £125


PRINTS, ENGRAVINGS AND MAPS Lot 482 ARR AFTER FRANK GREENWOOD (BRITISH 1883-1954), Manchester Grammar School, black and white etching, signed and titled in pencil to margin, 35cm x 23cm £40 - £70

Lot 490 DIAS (ROBERT VAS & JACK BOSSON) - RIBBED VISION, A Poem, Pratt Graphic Art Centre, 1963, 3 original lithographs signed and numbered by Bosson, additionally signed by both Dias and Bosson and numbered 97/150 copies, image size 39cm x 27cm £25 - £40

Lot 483 ARR AFTER GERTRUDE ANNA B HERMES (BRITISH 1901-1983), ‘Bull Fight 1 No. 22’, wood cut printed in yellow and black, signed in pencil and dated 1954 to margin, 29cm x 47cm £100 - £150 Lot 484 ARR LEO FRANK (AUSTRIAN 18841959), Spring Storm, woodcut in colours, 23cm x 36cm and a companion work, rover landscape, 24.5cm x 29.5cm (2) £60 - £80 Lot 485 ARR LEO FRANK (AUSTRIAN 18841959), River landscape, woodcut in colours, 29.5cm x 22cm, a companion work, church on a misty evening, 28.5 x 30cm (2) £40 - £60 Lot 486 ARR HANS FRANK (AUSTRIAN 18841948), Three Peacocks, woodcut in colours, signed in pencil lower right, 17.5cm x 18cm together with another of a study of a butterfly and campion, by the same hand, signed within the image, oval, 16.5cm x 13cm (2) £40 - £60

Lot 491 ARR AFTER BRIAN SHIELDS ‘BRAAQ’ (BRITISH 1951-1997), Busy snow covered street scene with a corner shop, houses and factory beyond, reproduction colour print, signed braaq and no. 8/150 in pencil to the margin, 52cm x 76cm £80 - £120

Lot 487 Lot 487 ▲ BY AND AFTER CECIL CHARLES WINDSOR ALDIN, RBA (BRITISH 1870-1935), Loopy - The Dalmatian Puppy, etching, signed in pencil to margin, no. 120 of a limited edition of 150, plate size 15cm x 10.5cm. See illustration £300 - £500 Lot 488 ARR AFTER ALFRED MUNNINGS (BRITISH 1878-1959) Gypsy Life, reproduction colour print, signed in pencil to margin and blindstamp, published by Frost and Reed, c.1953, image size 48.5cm x 60.5cm £150 - £250 Lot 489 ARR PECNARD (JACQUES) (FRENCH B.1922) - bouquets d’artiste et fleurs sauvages, editions Michele Trinckvel, 1991, ten colour lithographs, signed and numbered in pencil, contained in original pubs. cloth portfolio, limited edition 139/160, signed by the artist in pencil to celophon, each print 65cm x 50cm £60 - £80

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Lot 492 HONDIUS (HENRICUS) - PROVINCIA LA PROVENCE, c.1621 or later, hand coloured engraved map, with title and scale cartouches, French text verso, 39cm x 50.5cm £150 - £200 Lot 493 ▲ OGILBY (JOHN) - THE ROADS FROM LONDON TO BATH AND WELLS, commencing at Chippenham, hand coloured strip map, c.1675 or later, with decorative title cartouche, 33.5cm x 45.5cm £40 - £60 Lot 494 BLAEU (JOAN) - YORKSHIRE, WEST RIDING, Ducatus Eboracensis Pars Occidentalis, 1645 or later, hand coloured engraved double sheet map, title cartouche and armorials, plate size, 38cm x 50cm £100 - £150 Lot 495 SPARE LOT

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CARPET / PERIOD AND LATER FURNITURE

CARPET

Lot 496 Lot 496 ▲ A BIJAR CARPET, early 20th century, the brick red field abrash, woven with stylised naturalistic designs within a broad blue border and twin camel guards with herati and floral decoration, 352cm x 267cm. See illustration £400 - £600

PERIOD AND LATER FURNITURE Lot 497 ▲ AN 18TH CENTURY AND LATER WALNUT AND MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS, the oblong top inlaid with a later oval satinwood and rosewood panel of a stylised bird surrounded by foliate scrolls, with conforming quadrant corners, within a feather banded border, with four full width crossbanded and featherbanded drawers, each with brass swing handles to fretwork backplates, the lower drawer centred by a concave arch inlaid with a sunburst, on later ogee bracket feet, 97cm high x 103cm wide x 56cm deep £300 - £500

Lot 499 Lot 499 ▲ Lot 500 ▲ AN 18TH CENTURY EUROPEAN A REGENCY MAHOGANY CHAISEPAINTED CHEST OF DRAWERS, the LONGUE, with a bergere caned back, oblong top over a bombé full width the scrolling frame having floral drawer and three further drawers, roundels, and upholstered in a faded painted overall in blue/grey and apricot dupion, on splay legs with further painted with floral sprays and brass caps and castors, 178cm long. cornucopia, the sides with vases of See illustration £400 - £600 flowers within oval reserves, on bun feet, 92cm high x 117cm wide x 55.5cm deep. See illustration £1,000 - £1,500

Lot 498 ▲ AN 18TH CENTURY STYLE WING ARMCHAIR, with a slightly curved back, outwardly scrolling arms, flanking a wide seat, on square framing, upholstered in pale yellow damask £200 - £300 MORPHETS Fine Art & Antique Auctioneers since 1895

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PERIOD AND LATER FURNITURE Lot 501 ▲ AN EARLY 18TH CENTURY WALNUT CROSSBANDED AND FEATHER BANDED KNEEHOLE DESK/DRESSING TABLE, the top with a moulded edge and rounded corners, over a secretaire drawer, fitted with an arrangement of drawers and pigeon holes, the kneehole with a recessed cupboard and apron drawer, flanked by three further drawers to each side, on bracket feet, 81cm high x 79cm wide x 50.5cm deep. See illustration £1,500 - £2,000

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Lot 502 ▲ A GEORGE III FIGURED MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE, the upper section with a dentil cornice over a pair of panelled doors, each inlaid with corner fan paterae, within cockbead moulding, the base with a deep secretaire drawer, modelled as two full width drawers, the interior fitted with an arrangement of pigeon holes and drawers around a centre cupboard, over three further graduated drawers, each with brass swing handles, on bracket feet, 215cm high x 115.5cm wide x 55cm deep. See illustration £700 - £1,000

Lot 503 ▲ A GEORGE III BLEACHED MAHOGANY, CROSSBANDED AND INLAID CHEST OF DRAWERS, the oblong top crossbanded in rosewood, over an inlaid frieze, the two short and three long drawers with stamped oval backplates and swing handles, on bracket feet, joined by a shaped apron, 107cm high x 100cm wide x 45cm deep £600 - £800

Lot 504 ▲ A GEORGE III MAHOGANY NIGHT CUPBOARD, with a tray top, incorporating handles, over a single hinged door, the lower drawer on square chamfered legs, fitted with brass swing handles to the sides, 76.5cm high x 56cm wide x 48cm deep £150 - £200

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Lot 505 Lot 505 ▲ A REGENCY ROSEWOOD SOFA TABLE, with twin end flaps, fitted with a hinged fall end sliding tray to one side, the opposing side with a dummy drawer, on rectangular section and supports and splay legs with brass caps and castors, joined by a hooped stretcher, 72cm high x 153cm wide x 70cm deep. See illustration £400 - £600

Lot 506 Lot 506 ▲ A GEORGE III FIGURED MAHOGANY LINEN PRESS, having a moulded cornice above two indented panel doors, the interior fitted with three pull slides, above two short and two long graduated cockbeaded drawers with brass cast handles, shaped apron and on splayed bracket feet, 181.5cm high x 124cm wide x 51cm deep. See illustration £600 - £900

Lot 508 Lot 509 ▲ Lot 507 ▲ A MATCHED PAIR OF GEORGE III A LATE GEORGE III MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE, having twin-rounded MAHOGANY NIGHT CUPBOARDS, rectangular drop leaves, two each having a gallery with finger cockbeaded drawers and two grips, above two sliding doors and drawer below with shaped brass opposing dummy drawers fitted with gilded metal handles on square back plate and swing handle on section refectory supports, joined by square moulded legs (adapted) 75cm a hoop stretcher and on reeded high x 56cm wide x 45cm deep 76cm high x 56cm wide x 44.5cm deep splayed legs with brass caps and castors, 95.5cm wide. See illustration £200 - £300 £400 - £600 Lot 508 ▲ Lot 510 ▲ A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY STYLE A GEORGE III MAHOGANY SUPPER FIGURED WALNUT MIRROR TABLE, rectangular with drop leaves, VENEERED AND INLAID DEMI-LUNE above a drawer to the apron with CABINETS, crossbanded and line brass swing handles, on square section inlaid in boxwood and ebony, having legs with pierced angle brackets and a two door cupboard, the interior joined by a concave-sided undertier, fitted with three bow fronted pull on leather castors, 71cm high x 70cm slides, on short square splayed legs, wide x 50.5cm deep £400 - £600 20th century, 77cm high x 122cm wide x 61cm deep. See illustration Lot 511 £700 - £1,000 A REGENCY ROSEWOOD FOLD-OVER GAMES TABLE, the top with rounded fore-corners, bead borders, on circular tapering fluted legs, peg feet, 91cm wide x 43cm deep. See illustration £300 - £500 Lot 512 AN 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY PEMBROKE DINING TABLE, with twin oval drop leaves, on tapering circular legs with pad feet, 140cm wide x 122cm long £200 - £300 Lot 509

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Lot 513 A QUEEN ANNE WALNUT SIDE TABLE, the rectangular crossbanded and line inlaid top quarter veneered and with rounded front angles, the frieze fitted with three cockbeaded drawers around a shaped apron and on angled cabriole supports, pointed pad feet, 76cm wide x 51cm deep by 71cm high. See illustration £2,500 - £3,500

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Lot 514 A LATE 18TH CENTURY HEPPLEWAITE MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR, with a hoop back, vase and pedestal pierced splat, the loose seat with a serpentine frame, on fluted and tapering front legs joined by plain stretchers £40 - £50 Lot 515 AN 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR, with a rectangular upholstered back, on square framing £100 - £150

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Lot 516 AN 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR, the upholstered back with a serpentine top rail, on square tapering legs £100 - £150 Lot 517 A SET OF EIGHT EARLY 18TH CENTURY-STYLE WALNUT AND BEECHWOOD SINGLE CHAIRS, each having a waisted back and seat upholstered in green and cardamon moquette, on front cabriole legs moulded with thread and leaf work to the knee, on pad feet. See illustration £600 - £800

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PERIOD AND LATER FURNITURE Lot 520 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DWARF BOOKCASE-CHEST, having a moulded cornice above two tracery glazed doors, the lower section having two short and three long graduated drawers with brass rosette and ring handles, on turned vase feet, 55cm wide x 28.5cm deep x 116cm high. See illustration £300 - £400

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Lot 518 Lot 518 AN 18TH CENTURY OAK CHEST ON CHEST, having a moulded and dentil cornice, box and ebony inlaid frieze, three short and three long graduated drawers, flanked by reeded quarter pilasters above a brushing slide and three further graduated drawers, fitted with oval cast brass back plates and swing handles, on shaped bracket feet, 183cm high x 102cm wide. See illustration £800 - £1,200

Lot 520 Lot 519 A QUEEN ANNE-STYLE WALNUT TOILET MIRROR, having an arched glass in ovulo moulded frame, on rounded and square uprights, the base fitted with a central cupboard flanked by concave-fronted stepped drawers with button handles and on turned spherical feet, late 19th/early 20th century, 37.5cm wide x 69.5cm high. See illustration £200 - £300

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Lot 521 A VICTORIAN FAUX BIRDS EYE MAPLE WELLINGTON CHEST, of eleven graduated specimen drawers fitted with recessed brass ring handles and on plinth base, 51cm wide x 101cm high £400 - £500 Lot 522 A 19TH CENTURY FIGURED MAHOGANY CLOTHES PRESS, having a raised top and moulded cornice, above a serpentine fronted frieze drawers with oval back plates and ring handles, and two indented panel cupboard doors, with wavy moulded beading, the interior fitted with three shelves and a drawer below, flanked by barley-twist pilasters, on casters, 106cm wide x 139cm high £350 - £450 Lot 523 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CIRCULAR BREAKFAST TABLE, with gun barrel pedestal from a triform platform base with pad feet, 102cm diameter £170 - £200 Lot 524 ▲ A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD AND UPHOLSTERED SPOON BACK LADY’S CHAIR, having a button back and arms, above moulded and carved upright, raised on cabriole legs and castors £75 - £125


PERIOD AND LATER FURNITURE Lot 529 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILTWOOD FAUTEUILS, with oval upholstered backs, within guilloche moulded frames with medallion, ribbon and foliate cresting, padded arms with scroll terminals, on fluted tapering legs. See illustration £600 - £800 Lot 530 AN EDWARD VII UPHOLSTERED SOFA, the padded back with cushion top, downswept arms and on mahogany square tapering legs, upholstered in gold and duck egg blue brocade, 132cm wide £200 - £300

Lot 529 Lot 527 Lot 525 ▲ AN EDWARD VII MAHOGANY A 19TH CENTURY DUTCH WALNUT ARMCHAIR, having an encircling AND MARQUETRY FOLD-OVER CARD frame inlaid in satinwood and ebony TABLE, the oblong top inlaid with urn stringing, upholstered rectangular and profusion of roses and scrolling back and sides, on square tapering foliage, the fringe with trailing legs with spade feet £125 - £175 flowers, later green cloth playing surface, on tapering square moulded Lot 528 legs, 73.5cm high x 83cm wide x A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH 41.5cm deep £250 - £350 SATINWOOD, AND EBONISED LADY’S TABLE, with gilt metal Lot 526 mounts, the hinged earred cover AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY DUTCH inlaid with an acanthus medallion MARQUETRY SIDE TABLE, with a within geometric banding and chevron gallery enclosing a rectangular entwining cornucopia, crossbanded top, centred by a shell patera within and ebonised borders, the well parquetry and cross banding; the having an inset mirror to the lid and single frieze drawer with cast gilt sliding sectional drawers, the panel metal ring handles and conforming front centred by a relief cast gilt escutcheon, on square tapering legs, metal mask lock plate flanked by a 78cm wide x 44cm deep conforming frieze on tapering £800 - £1,000 circular legs joined by shaped stretcher centred by an urn finial, 73cm high x 57cm wide x 39cm deep £300 - £400

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Lot 531 Lot 531 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH ROSEWOOD AND INLAID LADY’S DRESSING TABLE, with gilt metal mounts, rectangular hinged top inlaid with a floral spray against a diamond parquetry ground within crossbanding, the interior fitted with a mirror and compartments, the frieze with dummy drawer over a single drawer, on knopped tapering legs, joined by a under shelf with conforming inlay, 80cm high x 49cm wide x 36cm deep. See illustration £400 - £600

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PERIOD AND LATER FURNITURE Lot 532 A FRENCH FIGURED WALNUT AND GILT METAL MOUNTED TABLE, of oval serpentine outline, crossbanded in rosewood and inlaid to the centre in satin and harewood with a floral spray on an ebony reserve, fitted with a small drawer to the apron and on angled cabriole legs with sabots, 100cm wide 20th century £500 - £700 Lot 533 A FRENCH KINGWOOD AND WALNUT PARQUETRY TABLE, of circular shaped outline with gilt metal mounts, inlaid in satin and harewood with a floral spray, on slender cabriole legs with sabots, joined by a quarter-veneered undertier, 45cm diameter x 72cm high, mid 20th century £200 - £300 Lot 534 A FRENCH KINGWOOD AND WALNUT PARQUETRY SIDE TABLE, of oval outline, crossbanded and banded in satinwood with gilt metal mounts, having two drawers to the apron and on square tapered legs with brass caps, joined by an undertier, 56cm wide x 41cm deep x 59cm high, 20th century £200 - £300 Lot 535 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GILTWOOD TORCHERE OR PEDESTAL, having a circular top with moulded and beaded rim, foliate capitol, the reeded column entwined with laurel issuing from a vase shaped foliate moulded base on four square splayed supports joined by an undertier, 167cm high £150 - £200

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Lot 536 A LATE GEORGE III OAK DRESSER, the raised superstructure with three open plate racks surmounted by a moulded cornice, the base with a rectangular top above three drawers and two cupboard doors, flanking a small drawer and further cupboard door, with later brass handles, bracket feet, 163.5cm wide x 46.5cm deep x 204cm high. See illustration £600 - £800 Lot 537 A 17TH CENTURY CARVED OAK PRESS CUPBOARD, the projecting canopy later carved with berries and leaves, centred by a possibly spurious date of 1635 and initialled T.R. over a centre door, carved with an arch, flanked by two further doors carved with flower forms, all within guilloche borders, the lower section with three frieze drawers with reeded panels, the lower cupboard doors with diamond lozenge and reeded panels within guilloche borders, on stile feet, 174cm high x 141cm wide x 63cm deep. See illustration £800 - £1,200

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Lot 538 A GEORGE III OAK DELFT RACK, with a shaped cornice and pierced frieze over two open shelves, flanked by four pigeon holes to each side, 111cm high x 145cm wide £100 - £150

Lot 539 A VICTORIAN LABURNUM ELBOW CHAIR, with a double bar back, shaped arms and solid elm seat, on sturdy baluster turned legs joined cross stretchers £180 - £250

Lot 540 ▲ A 19TH CENTURY OAK SERVING TABLE, the oblong top over a lunette carved frieze, supported on square section end standards, flanking a central cup and cover support, on an H-shape base, 80cm high, the top 240cm x 80cm. See illustration £500 - £700 Lot 541 ▲ A 19TH CENTURY AND LATER OAK REFECTORY DINING TABLE, the oblong top above a carved and plain frieze, further ornamented with masks, on two heavily carved cup and cover supports, on sled feet joined by a box stretcher, 87cm high, the top 181cm x 87.5cm. See illustration £300 - £500

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PERIOD AND LATER FURNITURE Lot 542 ▲ A 17TH CENTURY OAK JOINED CHEST, the two-panel hinged top over a lunette carved frieze, two indented panels and a lower leaf carved frieze, divided by moulded muntins, on stile feet, 63.5cm high x 107cm wide x 46cm deep £200 - £300 Lot 543 A GEORGE III OAK STANDING CORNER CUPBOARD, with a moulded cornice over a pair of fielded panel doors, enclosing three shelves and three spice drawers, the lower section with a single panelled door enclosing two shelves, with H brass hinges and later handles, 198cm high x 91cm wide x 64cm deep £300 - £400 Lot 544 A 17TH CENTURY OAK AND FRUITWOOD THREE DRAWER CHEST, constructed in two pieces, with a deep top drawer having two octagonal moulded centre panels and corner mouldings, over two further drawers, with later brass drop handles, flanked by split baluster mouldings, on later bun feet, 85cm high x 97cm wide x 54cm deep £400 - £600 Lot 545 A MID 19TH CENTURY BOARDED PINE CRADLE, with arched hood, stain and varnish finish to the exterior, on rockers with platform base, 99cm long £100 - £150

Lot 547 ▲ A 19TH CENTURY OAK AND IRON BOUND JOINED CHEST, rectangular, having a hinged lid and with side carrying handles, 78cm high x 116cm wide x 56.5cm deep £150 - £200 Lot 548 ▲ A CARVED AND STAINED BEECH OPEN ARMCHAIR IN THE CAROLEAN MANNER, having a caned back panel and conforming seat, barley twist and square framing with a foliate carved front stretcher centred with a shell, 19th century £75 - £125 Lot 552 Lot 549 A 19TH CENTURY CHILD’S OAK BOARDED ROCKING CHAIR, having winged side panels and ogee shaped apron, 64.5cm high £100 - £150 Lot 550 AN 18TH CENTURY OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS, the planked top crossbanded in mahogany above four graduated drawers, having replaced brass back plates and swing handles, on shaped bracket feet, 95cm wide x 93cm high £350 - £450 Lot 551 A MID 18TH CENTURY AND LATER OAK KIST, having a planked top with moulded rim above a quadruple field-panelled front and two dummy drawer panels below with brass escutcheons, twin indented side panels on stile feet, 125cm wide x 52cm deep x 81cm high £200 - £250

Lot 546 A 17TH CENTURY OAK JOINED STOOL, having an ovolo moulded seat, channel-moulded rails and on ring turned column legs joined by plain stretchers, later turned feet, 40cm wide x 28cm deep x 56cm high £150 - £200

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Lot 552 OF SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL INTEREST: AN 18TH CENTURY AND LATER OAK CRICKET TABLE, the circular planked top on a triangular frame with turned baluster and square legs joined by plain stretchers, on turned feet, 76.5cm diameter Purchased by the vendor’s late father in 1966 at the Knight Frank Rutley sale of furniture and effects from Sir Winston Churchill’s estate. See lot 59 accompanying sale catalogue. The table bears the original lot marked to underside. See illustration £400 - £600


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Lot 553 A NEST OF THREE FRUITWOOD MARQUETRY TABLES BY EMILE GALLÉ, the rectangular tops inlaid with arctic wildlife, polar bears, seals and gannets, on coromandel veneered panel supports each with inlaid ‘Galle’ signature, 65cm wide x 40cm deep x 35.5cm high. See illustration £2,000 - £2,500

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ARTS AND CRAFTS FURNITURE

Lot 554 Lot 554 ROBIN NANCE OF ST IVES An Arts and Crafts oak refectory dining table, on tapered standards joined by a bar stretcher, on platform feet, 199cm long x 85.5cm wide, together with a set of eight oak ladder back dining chairs with sisal seats and on rounded legs and stretchers, comprising pair of carvers and six singles. See illustration £1,000 - £1,500

Lot 555 ROBIN NANCE OF ST IVES An Arts and Crafts oak dresser and rack, having a quarter-moulded cornice and chamfered frieze above a planked back and two shelves, two drawers with turned handles and two indented panel cupboard doors below, shaped apron and bracket feet, paper label to back, 122cm wide x 191cm high. See illustration £500 - £700

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Lot 556 Lot 556 ROBIN NANCE OF ST IVES An Arts and Crafts oak ottoman having a three section canted lift-up lid, above a twin indented panel front with chamfered rails and muntins on tapered end panels, stamped to underside, 99cm wide x 48cm deep x 47cm high. See illustration £150 - £200

Lot 557

Lot 557 COTSWOLD SCHOOL An Arts and Crafts oak side table, rectangular having two drawers across with conical turned handles, and on square tapered and chamfered legs, joined by an ‘H’ stretcher, 92cm wide x 36cm deep x 76cm high. See illustration £250 - £350 Lot 558 COTSWOLD SCHOOL An Arts and Crafts sixteen-sided oak table, on four octagonal legs on platform cross stretchers and curved feet, 73cm diameter £300 - £400 Lot 559 COTSWOLD SCHOOL An Arts and Crafts nest of three occasional tables, in oak, walnut and yewwood, rectangular with rounded ends, on square tapered splayed legs, 72cm wide x 16cm deep x 17cm. See illustration £200 - £300 Lot 560 COTSWOLD SCHOOL An Arts and Crafts oak toilet mirror, having a rectangular glass, the frame cockbeaded, on a rectangular base with drawer having a walnut bar handle, 40.5cm wide x 25cm deep x 54cm high. See illustration £150 - £200

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Lot 560 Lot 561 COTSWOLD SCHOOL An Arts and Crafts elm bench, rectangular with rounded ends, scallop-carved profile to seat, on tapered panel standards, joined by a triangular stretcher, 138cm wide x 27.5cm deep x 49cm high. See illustration £200 - £300

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ARTS AND CRAFTS Lot 568 ‘MOUSEMAN’ THOMPSON OF KILBURN, an oak book trough with quadrant end panels, 20cm high x 46cm wide x 20cm deep £150 - £200 Lot 569 ‘ACORN’ FURNITURE OF BRANDSBY, an oak occasional table, of octagonal outline on cruciform base with platform feet, carved in low relief with an acorn 48cm high x 50cm diameter £80 - £120

Lot 570 ‘ACORN’ FURNITURE OF BRANDSBY, an oak gateleg occasional table, of oval outline, having twin drop leaves, on square framing, carved in low relief with an acorn £80 - £120

Lot 567 Lot 565 Lot 562 ‘MOUSEMAN’ THOMPSON OF COTSWOLD SCHOOL KILBURN, An oak footstool with an arts and crafts oak delft rack, webbed leather top, on octagonal having a quarter moulded cornice and square framing, carved in relief above an open back with three with a mouse, 34cm wide x 24cm shelves flanked by five small shelves with angle brackets to either side, deep x 19cm high £80 - £120 143cm wide x 114cm high Lot 566 £100 - £150 ‘MOUSEMAN’ THOMPSON OF Lot 563 KILBURN, an oak workbox, COTSWOLD SCHOOL rectangular, having a lift-up top, An Arts and Crafts oak open two-tier above a triple indented panel front bookcase, having a planked back, with drawer below, on octagonal tapered front profile to the end and square legs, carved in relief panels, chamfered detailing and with a mouse £150 - £250 shaped apron, 122cm wide x 25cm deep x 71cm high £150 - £200 Lot 567 ‘MOUSEMAN’ THOMPSON OF Lot 564 KILBURN, an oak display cabinet, COTSWOLD SCHOOL having a short raised back above two An Arts and Crafts oak coffee table, leaded glazed doors and conforming rectangular with rounded ends on side panels, canted corners and an tapered and chamfered standards, octagonal feet, carved in relief with a joined by stretcher and on slightly mouse, 106cm high x 107cm wide x curved platform feet, 122cm wide x 37cm deep. See illustration 38cm deep x 38.5cm high £1,000 - £1,500 £75 - £125 MORPHETS Fine Art & Antique Auctioneers since 1895

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Lot 571 ▲ ‘ACORN’ FURNITURE OF BRANDSBY, an adzed oak refectory table, on waisted panel standards joined by a plain stretcher and on platform feet, 38.5cm high x 59cm wide x 35cm deep £80 - £120

Lot 572 ‘UNICORNMAN’ OF COXWOLD, an oak breakfast table, circular, on four curved uprights and cross platform feet, 92cm diameter, together with a pair of single dining chairs, the rectangular open backs with waisted panels, hide upholstered drop-in seats on square legs joined by an Hstretcher, all carved in relief with a unicorn £100 - £150

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FURNITURE NB: The items of furniture offered in this sale were either not originally intended for use in a private home or will be sold as a Work of Art. It may be that these items do not comply with the Fire and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations Act of 1988 and for this reason should not be used in a private home. Lot 574 KURT OSTERVIG FOR JASON MOBLER, DENMARK 1960s, Rosewood oval dining table, crossbanded with hinged drop leaves and on ‘V’ shaped gateleg framing, 130cm wide x 195cm long, together with Johannes Andersen for Uldum Mobel Fabrik, Denmark 1960s a set of six rosewood dining chairs, each having an upholstered panel back and seat, label to underside. See illustration £3,000 - £3,500 Lot 575 A NEST OF 3 ROSEWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLES, 1970s, rectangular on open square standards, 62cm wide x 42cm deep x 50cm high £100 - £150 Lot 576 A SIDE CHAIR BY CONRAN & COMPANY, c.1959, with a fibreglass shell, upholstered in grey wool with a squab cushion, on a black metal tubular underframe. See page 258 Fiell - Decorative Arts 50s, for similar example £75 - £100 Lot 577 ERNEST RACE FOR ISOKON FURNITURE CO., a Penguin Donkey Mark 2, designed 1963, white finished plywood, on square section legs, paper label to underside, 40cm high x 53cm wide x 40cm deep £150 - £200 Lot 578 A ROSEWOOD DINING SUITE C.1970S, comprising an extending rectangular table with rounded corners on square section legs, 190.5cm x 90cm; set of six twin bar back chairs; and a sideboard having four drawers with bar handles, above two sliding doors 165cm long £350 - £450

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A COLLECTION OF MID-20TH CENTURY FURNISHING FABRICS Lot 585 LUCIENNE DAY FOR HEALS C.1958, Design ‘Tarn’, approximate measurement 122cm x 154cm drop.

Lot 582 Lot 582 Lot 579 PIEFF OF WORCESTER C.1970S, A PAIR OF ITALIAN GLASS AND GILT set of six burnt orange leather and METAL WHEATSHEAF SIDE TABLES, chrome armchairs, having c.1970s with circular smoked glass upholstered back, arm pads and tops, 58cm diameter, in the style of seats with tubular framing, labels to Coco Channels’ tables photographed in the Rue Cambon salon in the underside. See illustration £300 - £400 1960s, (the metal re-gilded) £175 - £225 Lot 583 PIEFF OF WORCESTER C.1970S, set Lot 580 A PAIR OF ITALIAN GLASS AND GILT of six burnt orange leather and chrome armchairs, having upholstered METAL WHEATSHEAF SIDE TABLES, back, arm pads and seats with tubular c.1970s, with circular clear glass framing, labels to underside, en suite tops, 58cm diameter, (the metal re-gilded) £175 - £250 with preceding lot £300 - £400 Lot 581 A PAIR OF ITALIAN GLASS AND GILT METAL WHEATSHEAF SIDE TABLES, c.1970s, with circular glass top, one clear and one smoked glass, 58cm diameter (one base re-touched, the other pitted) £175 - £250

Lot 584 PIEFF OF WORCESTER C.1970S, set of six burnt orange leather and chrome armchairs, having upholstered back, arm pads and seats with tubular framing, labels to underside, en suite with preceding lot £300 - £400

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A best selling design, this fabric was produced in nine different colourways. The fact that it was roller printed rather than screen printed meant that it could be produced much more cheaply £80 - £120 Lot 586 LUCIENNE DAY FOR HEALS C.1959, Design Ducatoon, approximate measurement 178cm wide x 138cm drop. Roller printed furnishing fabric produced in five different colourways, a high volume seller £50 - £70 Lot 587 A GRAFTON FABRIC, designer unknown c.1950s, Design Homecraft, approximate measurement 118cm wide x 205cm drop, together with a Southwell fabric, designer unknown, Design Fantasia, approximate measurement 108cm wide x 94cm (2) £40 - £60 Lot 588 A FRANCIS PRICE FABRIC, designer unknown, c. late 1950s/1960s, Design Aurora, approximate measurements: two pieces each 110cm wide x 129cm drop, together with a 1950s fabric printed in a patchwork design of olive green/orange/yellow and ivory, approximate measurement 82cm wide x 114cm drop (3) £70 - £90 Lot 589 A 1950S FABRIC, designer unknown, printed with a stylised leaf design in shades of yellow, green, black and grey on a white ground, approximate measurement 109cm wide x 200cm drop, together with another similar in orange, black and white c.1950s, approximate measurement 90cm x 104cm £40 - £60


MODERNIST AND POST WAR DESIGN – MID 20TH CENTURY FURNISHING FABRICS Lot 590 JYOTI BHOMIK FOR HEALS, Design Indian Summer, approximate measurement 119cm x 200cm, together with Imgard Krebs for Heals, Design Cherry Orchard, approximate measurement 78cm x 114cm (2) £60 - £80 Lot 591 BARBARA BROWN FOR HEALS, Design Ikebana, approximate measurement 115cm x 202cm Design: Grecian Border, approximate measurement 122cm x 137cm and further 30cm a/f (2) £100 - £150 Lot 592 BARBARA BROWN FOR HEALS C.1960S, Design Expansion, approximate measurements 5 pieces: a 120cm wide x 200cm drop, 112cm wide x 192cm drop, 600cm wide x 160cm drop, 56cm wide x 194cm drop, 60cm wide x 208cm drop £100 - £150 Lot 593 HEALS, Designer and fabric name unknown, large orange/brown/green handkerchief print approximate measurements 170cm x 202cm and 165cm x 170cm (2) £100 - £150 Lot 594 PETER HALL FOR HEALS, Design Volution, approximate measurements 116cm x 174cm, together with Doreen Dyall for Heals, Design Ignition, approximate measurement 144cm x 120cm (2) £80 - £120 Lot 595 A BERNARD WARDLE FABRIC, Designer unknown, Design Rimini, approximate measurement 137cm x 116cm, together with Erol Ikiz for Calpreta, Design Pall Mall, approximate measurement 122cm x 117cm (2) £60 - £80 Lot 596 MICHAEL O’CONNEL, Design Modulus, approximate measurement 86cm wide x 166cm drop together with an Everfast fabric, green/pink/orange banded squares on white ground approximate measurement 114cm wide x 64cm drop and four small colourway swatches (6) £110 - £150

Lot 597 LIBERTY OF LONDON, Design Bauhaus, approximate measurement 172cm wide x 160cm drop (1) £50 - £70 Lot 598 A 1960S FABRIC REMNANT, designer unknown, printed with quilted globes in yellow/green and brown, approximate measurement 121cm wide x 260cm drop (1) £80 - £120 Lot 599 DAVID HICKS FOR OLICANA TEXTILES LTD, Design Easton, approximate measurement a. 113cm wide x 168cm drop b. 121cm wide x 160cm drop (2) £40 - £60 Lot 600 1960S/1970S FABRIC, designer unknown, printed in shades of green on white with interlocking loops, approximate measurement 98cm wide x 166cm drop, another of similar colourway and geometric grid design, approximate measurements 115cm wide x 178cm drop, and a third similar, 11cm wide x 221cm drop (3) £40 - £60 Lot 601 A DEKOPLUS FABRIC, designer unknown, 1960s/1970s, printed in orange, purple, green and blue with a repeat stylised flower pattern, approximate measurement, pair 106cm wide x 140cm drop £50 - £70 Lot 602 A 1960S FABRIC, designer unknown, printed with an all-over repeat pattern of quatrefoils in shades of brown and ivory, approximate measurement, 2 pieces each 100cm wide x 180cm drop, together with a similar fabric printed with a repeat pattern of banded discs in shades of brown on white, approximate measurement 172cm wide x 128cm drop and another pattern of a similar colourway, three pieces, approximate measurements 117cm wide x 126cm, 114cm wide x 196 drop (6) £40 - £60

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Lot 603 A 1960S FABRIC, designer unknown, printed with a repeat geometric design, in shades of brown and orange on white approximate measurement, four pieces 160cm wide x 170cm (2), 168cm wide x 178cm and 170cm wide x 178cm (4) £50 - £80 Lot 604 A 1960S/1970S FABRIC, design unknown, printed in shades of red, orange and white, in an all-over geometric quatrefoil pattern approximate measurement 114cm wide x 220cm drop together with a small fabric piece in shades of brown, approximate measurement 50cm wide x 109cm drop, and another of stars within circles, printed in black on shades of yellow approximate measurement 110cm wide x 108cm drop (3) £40 - £60 Lot 605 A 1960S FABRIC, designer unknown, printed in shades of blue, green and white with rows of circles and daisy heads, approximate measurement 118cm wide x 215cm drop, together with two pieces of fabric of similar colourway and design, approximate measurements 130cm wide x 180cm drop and 160cm wide x 240cm drop (3) £30 - £50 Lot 606 A LATE 1970S SANDERSON FABRIC, designer unknown, Design Pashonata, approximate measurement 120cm wide x 120cm drop, together with another of Dreamflower design approximate measurement 120cm x 120cm drop (2) £30 - £50

END OF SALE

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Conditions of Sale Morphets carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as my be referred to herein. 1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions: (a) “auctioneer” means the firm of Morphets or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Morphets accepts instructions from sellers or their agent; (e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising; (g) “You”, “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2. (h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate. 2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid. (b) The maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (d) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. 3. INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneers sole discretion.

4. THE PURCHASE PRICE The buyer shall; pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 15% plus VAT on the premium at the rate imposed by law. Any bids made via www.the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission on the hammer price. 5. VALUE ADDED TAX Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk. Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant Lots. (Please refer to “Information for Buyers” for a brief explanation of the VAT position). 6. PAYMENT (1) Immediately a Lot is sold you will; (a) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (b) pay to us the total amount due in cash or in such other way as is agreed by us. (2) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any direction of you or your agent, whether express or implied. 7. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (1) The ownership of any Lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due. (2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than two working days following the day of auction after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges. (3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. 8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we as agent for the seller shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise all or any of the following rights and remedies: (a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (b) to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; (c) to resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (d) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere;


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any sale and prospective buyers must satisfy themselves as to all such matters. Neither the auctioneer nor its employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of Lots, expressed, implied or statutory are hereby excluded. (2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. 15. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the proceeding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the Lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the Lot including any buyer’s premium (but not the amount of any consequential loss, damages, expenses or interest) provided that; (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition.

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Auction Date: 7th March 2013

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Morphets - Fine Art & Antiques - 7th March 2013  

Morphets Fine Art & Antiques 7th March 2013

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