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Matthew Barton Ltd Decorative Works of Art Tuesday 2nd June 2015


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AUCTION ENQUIRIES AND INFORMATION Sale Number: Code name:

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Matthew Barton Kate Goad

Peter Arney (Ceramics) ÂŁ15 plus postage Phillip Howell (Ceramics) John Culme (Silver & Vertu) Anabel Yorke (Jewellery) Anna Westin (Chinese Works of Art)

Matthew Barton Ltd 25 Blythe Road London W14 0PD

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7806 5545 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7806 5546 Email: enquiries@matthewbartonltd.com Online Catalogue: www.matthewbartonltd.com www.the-saleroom.com Listen to the auction Live, Tel +44 (0) 20 7806 5535 Live internet bidding available through:

Front cover: Lot 30, 78 Back cover: Lot 244

Photography: Lee Turner


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Matthew Barton Ltd DECORATIVE WORKS OF ART including Private Collections of Hester Bateman Silver & Portrait Miniatures

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION AT Matthew Barton Ltd 25 Blythe Road London W14 0PD

PUBLIC EXHIBITION Sunday 31st May 12 noon to 4pm Monday 1st June 10am to 7pm Tuesday 2nd June 10am to 12.30pm

DAY OF SALE

Tuesday 2nd June 2015 at 1.30pm, precisely This auction is conducted by Matthew Barton Ltd in accordance with our Conditions of Business printed in the back of this catalogue. i


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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR BUYERS

All lots are offered subject to Matthew Barton Ltd’s Condition’s of Business and to reserves. The Conditions of Business for Buyers, are published at the end of the printed catalogue. PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE APPROXIMATE, THAT WEIGHTS MAY ONLY BE ACCURATE TO WITHIN 5 GRAMS AND THAT ILLUSTRATIONS ARE NOT TO SCALE. Export and Permits: it is the purchaser’s sole responsibility to identify and obtain any necessary export, import, endangered species or other permit for any lot. Matthew Barton Ltd makes no representations or warranties as to whether any lot is or is not subject to export or import restrictions or any embargoes. It is common practice for many gemstones to be treated by a variety of methods to enhance their appearance and the international jewellery trade has generally accepted these methods. Although heat enhancement of colour is usually permanent, in some cases this could affect the durability of a gemstone. Oiled gemstones may need re-oiling after a certain period. If no gemmological report is published in the catalogue, prospective buyers should assume that the gemstones or pearls may have been enhanced by some method. Buyers should be aware that Matthew Barton Ltd’s saleroom estimates assume that gemstones or pearls may have been subjected to such treatments. Estimates are published as a guide only and are subject to review. The actual hammer price of a lot may well be higher or lower than the range of figures given and there are no fixed “starting prices”. A Buyer’s premium of 20% is applicable to all lots in this sale. The Buyer’s Premium is subject to VAT at the standard rate (currently 20%). Unless otherwise indicated lots are offered for sale under the auctioneer's margin scheme and VAT on the Buyer’s Premium is payable by all buyers. Lots marked with the symbol ‡ have been imported from outside the European Union (EU) to be sold at auction under Temporary Import Rules. When released to buyers within the EU, including the UK, the buyer will become the importer and must pay VAT at the rate of 5% on the hammer price and 20% on the Buyer’s premium. Buyers outside the EU will normally be eligible to obtain a refund in respect of temporary import VAT, upon satisfactory documentary evidence of exportation. Further information on this matter is available on request. Matthew Barton Ltd will be pleased to execute bids on behalf of those clients unable to attend the sale in person, subject to our Conditions of Business. All bids must be signed and submitted in writing in good time and lots will always be purchased as cheaply as possible (depending on any other bids received, reserves and competition in the saleroom). This service is offered free of charge. Matthew Barton Ltd can supply quotations for shipping of purchases, including transit insurance and VAT refund administration fees, and will assist in the application for any export licenses which may be required. Buyers are reminded that it is their responsibility to comply with UK export regulations and with any local import requirements. Payment

Payment is due in sterling at the conclusion of the sale and before purchases can be released. Please note that we require seven days to clear sterling cheques unless special arrangements have been made in advance of the sale. We are pleased to accept major credit cards (regrettably we are unable to accept American Express), for which a surcharge will be made of 3% of the transaction total. There is no charge for payments made by UK debit card. Cash and Credit card payments above £6,000 and “card holder not present” payments above £2,000 will not be accepted without prior arrangement. Electronic transfers may be sent directly to our Bank: HSBC Bank Plc 38 High Street DARTFORD DA1 1DG IBAN No: GB53MIDL40190491814001 BIC: MIDLGB2128K Sort Code: 40-19-04 Account No: 91814001 Account Name: Matthew Barton Ltd VAT Registration Number: 972118224 Storage

On receipt of cleared funds, lots can be collected from the Saleroom during the auction or immediately after its completion. Thereafter, all purchased lots will be stored at Matthew Barton Ltd’s premises for a period of one month prior to transfer to third party for storage. A transfer fee of £10 per lot plus all incurred transfer and storage costs due to the third party will be payable prior to release. Please note that collection is by appointment on +44 (0) 20 7806 5545. ii


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Matthew Barton Ltd Tuesday 2nd June 2015 | Sale Starts at 1.30pm

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1 A PAIR OF MEISSEN FOUR-LIGHT CANDELABRA, LATE 19TH CENTURY each with leaf-moulded sconces and three flower and fruit-encrusted scroll branches, scroll-moulded stem, scroll bases set with playing children, one group emblematic of Spring, the other of Autumn, blue crossed swords marks, Pressnummern 48 and 78, incised model Nos. 783 and 784 48cm high, some chips and losses

3 A MEISSEN OUTSIDE DECORATED FIGURAL SWEETMEAT DISH, LATE 19TH CENTURY the recumbent gallant holding a pierced flowerencrusted basket, shaped scroll base, cancelled crossed swords mark, incised model No. 2872, Pressnummer 70, 17.5cm long, chips; together with a Berlin figural salt, late 19th century, modelled as Cupid perched over a well balancing a jug on its rim, blue sceptre mark, 11cm high, one wing lacking (2)

£500-800

£120-180

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4 2 2 A MEISSEN FIGURE OF A LADY, LATE 19TH CENTURY after the model by Acier of a young standing woman playing cards at a tripod table, circular base with wave scroll border, blue crossed swords, incised model No. F64, Pressnummer 44, painter’s number 48 16cm high, chips

4 A MEISSEN FIGURE OF CUPID, LATE 19TH CENTURY after the model by Acier of Cupid seated on a cloud looping pink ribbons around small flanking flaming hearts, triangular base titled Je les accouple, blue crossed swords 13cm high, losses to ribbon and one heart

£150-250

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5 5 A MATCHED SET OF TWELVE MONKEY BAND FIGURES, ONE MEISSEN, NINE DRESDEN, TWO UNMARKED, LATE 19TH / 20TH CENTURY after the J.J. Kaendler models for Meissen, gilt scroll bases, Meissen crossed swords mark and blue printed Dresden marks conductor 16cm high

8 8 TWO DERBY FIGURES OF A SHEPHERD AND A SHEPHERDESS, CIRCA 1765 he carries a lamb in one arm and proffers flowers from the other hand, she collects flowers in her apron, on differing scroll rocaille bases tallest 27cm, chips and restoration £250-350

£150-250

6 6 A MEISSEN MINIATURE FARMYARD GROUP, CIRCA 1765 modelled as a hen and seven chicks pecking grain from the ground, crossed swords and dot mark in underglaze-blue 9cm long, some restoration Provenance: The Collection of Sir Gawaine and Lady Baillie; Christie’s Geneva, 11th May 1987, lot 204; Brian Haughton Antiques, London, 15th June 1987 £400-600

9 9 A DERBY FIGURE OF A RANELAGH DANCER, CIRCA 1765 the young woman holding out a flower posy, a portrait miniature of a beau on her hip suspended from a pink ribbon, her dress with floral sprigs in the manner of the cotton-stem painter, on scrollwork base, 30cm high, restored; together with a Coalport basket, circa 1830, flower wreathed rim and painted with further flowers and gilt scrolls to interior, pale blue exterior, 22cm long, chips and damage (2) £150-250

7 7 A PAIR OF GERMAN PORCELAIN MINIATURE FIGURES OF TURKEY HENS, PROBABLY MEISSEN, 19TH CENTURY with blue heads and red wattles, their plumage picked out in tones of brown, each standing on a mound base, crossed swords marks in underglaze-blue 5.5cm. high, repair to one neck Provenance: The Collection of Sir Gawaine and Lady Baillie; Sotheby’s, London, 17th June 1986, lot 143 (part) £120-180

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10 10 A BOW PUTTO, CIRCA 1760 holding a basket of flowers, 12cm high, firing crack, some chips; together with a Derby model of a sheep, late 18th century, standing against a flower encrusted stump, scroll base, 3cm, losses (2) £80-120


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11 A ‘SEVRES’ STYLE PORCELAIN GROUP OF ‘LA CHASSE AU SANGLIER’, LATE 19TH CENTURY in the white, after a late 18th century Sevres model based on paintings by Jean-Baptiste Oudry, with two hounds struggling to bring down a wild boar, on stained beechwood stand carved with formal foliate border group 42cm long, one leg repaired

13 FIFTEEN LUDWIGSBURG PLATES, LATE 18TH CENTURY painted with floral sprays surrounded by further scattered flowers, ozier moulded borders and puce line rims, one with Rococo cartouche moulded rim, interlaced C or crowned interlaced C marks approx. 25cm diameter

La Chasse au Sanglier is one of a number of groups forming a surtout de table, first made in biscuit at Sevres in the 1770s. Rare glazed examples are also found in Vincennes porcelain. During the 1870s Sevres brought out again a number of sets, offered as diplomatic gifts and for display in French embassies.

£150-250

£400-600

14 A GROUP OF MEISSEN TABLE WARES, EARLY 20TH CENTURY Pink Rose pattern, outside decorated with painted central rose and further scattered flowers, comprising: a soup tureen and cover, a meat dish, four dinner plates, two soup bowls, four side plates, a mustard pot (cover lacking) and a sauceboat, cancelled blue crossed swords meat dish 48cm wide, restoration to some plates (14) £300-400

15 12 12 A CHELSEA DISH, CIRCA 1755-60 oval, painted with scattered flowers, the border moulded with diaper panels alternating with scrolling cartouches inside a chocolate brown edged rim 33.5cm wide

15 A CAUGHLEY BLUE AND WHITE CREAMBOAT, CIRCA 1785 of tall ‘Chelsea Ewer’ shape, painted with apples and sprigs, cell border to interior rim, Godden Reference Collection label, blue C mark 9cm high Provenance: Geoffrey Godden (Chinaman), Worthing, 9 June 1990 £450-550

£200-300

16 A WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE PICKLE DISH, CIRCA 1765 painted in the ‘Pickle Leaf Vine’ pattern, crescent mark 9cm wide

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21 17 17 A CROWN DERBY IMARI PATTERN PART TEA SET, CIRCA 1884/85 comprising: a teapot and cover, a milk jug, a small slop bowl, a sugar bowl, two side plates, eight cups and nine saucers, red printed factory mark, painted pattern No.383, date codes (24)

21 THREE WORCESTER TEACUPS AND SAUCERS, CIRCA 1770 painted in the Kakiemon palette with gilt-framed panels enclosing chrysanthemum and other flowers against a blue-scale ground, blue script W marks saucers 12.75cm diameter, chips £100-150

£150-250

18 18 A WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE COFFEE CUP, TEABOWL AND SAUCER, CIRCA 1756 fluted, painted in underglaze blue with the ‘Prunus Root’ pattern, blue workman’s mark saucer 11.5cm diameter Provenance: Christie’s, London, 10 February 1986, lot 139 £150-250

22 22 A WORCESTER TEABOWL AND SAUCER, CIRCA 1770 painted with a version of the ‘Queen’s’ pattern with panels of prunus and chrysanthemum in the Kakiemon palette alternating with panels of iron-red mon against a blue ground, blue fretted square mark, saucer 12cm diameter; together with a Worcester teacup and saucer, circa 1770, painted with ‘Dry Blue’ flower sprays and sprigs inside gilt dentil rims, crossed swords and numeral 6 mark in underglaze blue saucer 13cm diameter; and a Liverpool teabowl and saucer, circa 1765, each painted with flower groups, saucer 11.75cm diameter (6) Provenance of Liverpool teabowl and saucer: Christie’s, London, 5 April 1983, lot 232 £150-250

19 19 A WORCESTER TEACUP AND SAUCER, CIRCA 1770 fluted, painted with birds, flowers and insects inside gilt-edged turquoise ground borders, saucer 13.5cm diameter; together with a Caughley coffee cup, teabowl and saucer, circa 1780, fluted, painted in underglaze blue and gilt with scattered flowers, blue S mark to teabowl, saucer 14cm diameter (5) £120-180

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20 20 A GROUP OF DERBY PORCELAINS, LATE 18TH CENTURY comprising: a spiral fluted trio painted with cornflowers; a teabowl and saucer, spiral and leaf moulded, painted with flower sprigs beneath a trellis border; a coffee cup and saucer painted with gilt swags; all with crowned D and crossed batons marks (7) £50-60

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23 A GROUP OF ENGLISH PORCELAIN AND POTTERY, EARLY 19TH CENTURY AND LATER comprising: a Spode bat printed cup and saucer, a Spode blue and white Willow pattern cup and saucer, a Spode London shaped coffee cup and saucer, a Derby blue and gilt coffee can, an earthenware blue and white printed bowl, a shell painted teabowl and saucer, and two further porcelain cups and saucers and a Royal Navy wardroom cup and saucer (16) £50-70


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24 A VENICE MAIOLICA VASE, CIRCA 1560-70 of globular form, painted with a portrait medallion of a man wearing armour against a white and yellow border surrounded by foliate scrolls issuing large flowers on a blue ground below a band of inverted Sshapes to the rim 30cm high, rim chip £2000-3000

25 A PAIR OF LARGE GIEN EARTHENWARE VASES, CIRCA 1870 ovoid form, set with blue glaze lion mask handles, painted in Urbino style with Renaissance motifs and grotesques 72cm high £700-1000

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26 A PAIR OF MARSEILLES FAIENCE BASKETS, ROBERT FACTORY, CIRCA 1765 shaped oval, openwork sides with petit feu painted scattered flowers surrounding flower spray heart-shaped panels, puce leafy handles and rim line 27cm across handles, restoration to one handle Provenance: C. Choremi collection, South of France, thence by family descent. Much of the Choremi collection is now in the Musée de la Faience de Marseille at the Chateau de Pastré. Literature: Gustave Arnaud d’Agnel, La Faience et la Porcelaine de Marseille, Paris and Marseilles, 1911, pl.36 £2000-3000

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27 A MARSEILLES FAIENCE BASKET, CIRCA 1765 oval, painted to the base with a loose flower spray and a dragonfly, the openwork trellis sides with further flowers to both sides 30.5cm across handles Provenance: C. Choremi collection, South of France, thence by family descent. Much of the Choremi collection is now in the Musée de la Faience de Marseille at the Chateau de Pastré. £700-1000

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28 A PAIR OF MARSEILLES FAIENCE LARGE PLATES, ROBERT FACTORY, CIRCA 1765 painted with insects and loose flower sprays, the shaped rims with gilt fern branches 28cm diameter Provenance: Zafiropoulo Family Collection, France Literature: Gustave Arnaud d’Agnel, La Faience et la Porcelaine de Marseille, Paris and Marseilles, 1911, pl.36 £1500-2500

29 A MARSEILLES FAIENCE MEAT DISH, ROBERT FACTORY, CIRCA 1765 shaped oval, painted centred by a butterfly taking the nectar from a rose, with further loose floral sprays, puce rim 49cm wide Provenance: C. Choremi collection, South of France, thence by family descent. Much of the Choremi collection is now in the Musée de la Faience de Marseille at the Chateau de Pastré. Literature: Gustave Arnaud d’Agnel, La Faience et la Porcelaine de Marseille, Paris and Marseilles, 1911

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30 A ‘VELLUM’ WARE CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS FIGURE OIL LAMP, DESIGNED BY CHARLES NOKE FOR DOULTON & CO., BURSLEM, CIRCA 1892 circular base with gilt borders, the figure standing beside a rope swathed capstan and holding aloft a torch with spherical oil reservoir of stylised flames and original lamp fittings later converted to electricity, crowned Doulton Burslem green mark (used 1891-1902) and painted in red with Robert Allen studio number for January to November 1892 RA1286 63cm high excluding brass light fittings and glass funnel and spherical etched shade Charles John Noke (1858-1941) started at the Doulton Burslem works in 1889 and is credited with turning the company into the leading art manufacturer of the period. For over eighteen months he worked on the magnificent Columbus vase, at almost six feet high and topped by a similar model of the navigator, as well as a few individual vellum ware figures, for the company’s pavilion at the Chicago ‘World Columbian Exposition’ in 1893. A few other figures were added to the range in the following years, but none of these early vellum figures were ever produced in large numbers. Unknown until recently, the free-standing version of the Columbus figure is particularly rare, although another figural lamp with differing base and without the oil reservoir was sold in these rooms, 23 November 2010, lot 16 £4000-6000

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31 31 A BELLEEK ‘SHAMROCK’ PATTERN BASKET, LATE 19TH CENTURY trefoil shape, corded rim applied with three bunches of flowers above openwork sides and three strand base, impressed on two banners BELLEEK / CO FERMANAGH, 12.5cm wide; together with a small Belleek shell bowl, late 19th century, moulded with shells and coral, first period black mark, 8cm wide (2) £80-120

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32 A VICTORIAN GLASS ‘SHIP’ RUMMER, DATED 1865 with a three masted vessel flanked by the title Freya and Captain Capn. Jacobsen and inscribed within a wreath From / Lindhard & Coxon / Hartlepool / 1865, faceted waisted stem, 17cm high; together with a Victorian glass baluster coin goblet, circa 1865, plain, containing an 1863 silver threepence coin (2)

33 A GERMAN PORCELAIN SELF-PORTRAIT FIGURE, MODELLED BY ANNA PAVLOVA (1881-1931), AELTESTE VOLKSTEDTER PORZELLANFABRIK AG, RUDOLSTADT, 1920s in the white, modelled as the ballerina herself performing the famous ‘Dragonfly’ solo on point with the left leg raised and both arms behind, with naturalistic tree stump support, initialled in the maquette AP, underglaze blue mark 23cm high

£150-250

Provenance: Robert John Swan (1888-1980) the artist and portraitist; given by him to the present vendor in the 1950s. This rare and accomplished self-portrait, by perhaps the most famous ballerina of all time, is one of at least two models fired in porcelain in Thuringia after Pavlova’s models. She was taught the art of sculpture by Professor Hugo Lederer (1871-1940), a member of the Berlin Akademie der Kuenste, where he gave master-classes in the 1920s. An example of this model and of one other model are preserved in the Victoria and Albert Museum (S.105-1994 and S.296-1978). Born in St. Petersburg and having trained at the Imperial Theatre School, by 1906 Pavlova became associated with the revolutionary ideas of Mikhail Fokine, who choreographed the famous ‘Dying Swan’ for her. In 1909 Pavlova danced with Diaghilev’s group in Paris. She created the ‘Dragonfly’ solo for herself to exemplify nature. Making London her home, in 1912 she bought Ivy House in Golder’s Green; a bronze of her by George Henry Paulin, as the ‘Dragonfly’ and of similar pose to this model, may be seen in its garden today. Touring the world extensively with her own company, in the days before air travel, took its toll and she died of pneumonia in 1931, aged 51. According to legend, her last words were to her dresser telling her to get her ‘Dying Swan’ costume ready. £600-900

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34 A FLAME FAIRYLAND LUSTRE VASE, DAISY MAKEIG-JONES (1881-1945) FOR WEDGWOOD, CIRCA 1920 Jewelled Tree pattern framing panels of the ‘Feng Hwang’, ‘Bridge’ and ‘Ship and Tree’ designs, vase shape 3150, printed mark, numbered Z5360 20cm high £1200-1800

35 A NEAR PAIR OF MOORCROFT ‘POMEGRANATE’ SQUAT VASES, CIRCA 1918 tube lined with fruit and foliage against a mottled blue and green ground, impressed MOORCROFT BURSLEM ENGLAND, green painted signatures, one dated 1918 15cm high £500-800

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38 38 A MOORCROFT ‘LEAF AND BERRY’ FLAMBÉ JUG, CIRCA 1930 with tube lined bulbous body, impressed MOORCROFT MADE IN ENGLAND, blue painted initials 16cm high £200-300

36 36 A MOORCROFT ‘GREEN AND GOLD’ MACINTYRE VASE, CIRCA 1903 tube lined with flowers in gilt and tones green and blue, green painted intials, brown printed Macintyre mark and P.O.D.R. No. 40417, painted M2144 28cm high £300-500

39 39 A LARGE MOORCROFT MACINTYRE ‘LATE FLORIAN’ TWO-HANDLED BOWL, CIRCA 1915 tube lined with flowers against a mottled blue and green ground, green printed signature, impressed MOORCROFT BURSLEM 33cm wide £300-500

37 37 A MOORCROFT ‘ANEMONE’ SLENDER OVOID VASE, CIRCA 1950 tube lined with purple and mauve flowers against a blue and green ground, blue painted initials, impressed MOORCROFT MADE IN ENGLAND 27.5cm high £150-250

40 40 A MOORCROFT ‘CLEMATIS’ BALUSTER VASE, CIRCA 1950 tube lined with flowers against a mottled deep blue ground, green painted initials, impressed facsimile signature and ‘Potter to H.M. the Queen’ 24cm high £150-250

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41 A MOORCROFT MACINTYRE ‘BLUE POPPIES’ TEAPOT AND COVER, CIRCA 1903 tube lined with poppies and green foliage, brown printed Macintyre mark and P.O.D.R. No. 401753 11cm high, some restoration £60-80

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42 42 A GOLDSCHEIDER POTTERY FIGURE OF A VENETIAN LADY, DESIGNED BY JOSEPH LORENZL (1893-1950), VIENNA, CIRCA 1931 model number 6557, in blue cape and hat caressing the borzoi by her side, black oval base, impressed mark, incised numbers 6557 / 45 /11 30.5cm high

44 P. TERESZCZUK (AUSTRIAN 1875-1963): A PAIR OF SMALL FEMALE BUSTS probably Vienna, circa 1900, patinated bronze, signed in the maquette and with AR stamp, 10.5cm high including rectangular marble bases; together with two further small female busts, Austro-Hungarian, circa 1900, patinated bronze, largest 9cm high (4) £200-300

Literature: Ora Pinhas, Goldscheider, Ilminster, 2006, illustrated p.112 £500-800 43 A GOLDSCHEIDER GROUP OF A BOY AND GIRL, VIENNA, CIRCA 1935 modelled walking arm in arm, the boy with wide brimmed green hat and trousers, the girl with blue chequered dungarees, impressed mark, incised numbers 7039A / 215 / 7, 20.5cm high, boy’s head glued; together with a Gallé style pottery cat, early 20th century, modelled seated with blue stylised hearts and roundels on a pale green ground, one glass eye missing, 10cm high, one ear and one leg glued (2) £150-250

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45 45 JOSEPH LORENZL (1892-1950): HARLEQUIN DANCER an Austrian Art Deco cold painted bronze figure, circa 1930, with ivory head and hands, on a green onyx plinth (cracked) 24cm high overall Literature: Art Deco and Other Figures, Bryan Catley, Woodbridge, 1984, p.215; Art Deco Sculpture, Victor Arwas, London, 1975, p.131 £500-800 46 BRUNO ZACH (AUSTRIAN 1891-1945): NUDE WITH FUR COAT a patinated and cold painted bronze female figure, circa 1920, modelled wearing just shoes and stockings whilst her open fur coat slides off her shoulders, a large comb in her hair, signed in the maquette 42cm high including black slate base

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£5000-7000 47 A FRENCH CARVED MOTHER-OF-PEARL BATHING VENUS, NORMANDY/PICARDY COAST, LATE 19TH CENTURY the beauty in a glade holding onto a tree-branch as she steps from rocks into the water, bas-relief on a polished Tahitian black-lip pearl oyster shell 21cm long £200-300

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Lions and Crowns from the Speaker’s Pew, St. Margaret’s Westminster: the following three lots are offered on behalf of the Parish of Ifield, West Sussex. The two pairs of lion figures and the crowns are recorded as coming to St. Margaret’s Ifield in the third quarter of the 18th century, donated by Nicholas Spencer (died 1783). Spencer was a vestry-man at St. Margaret’s Westminster and parton of St. Margaret’s Ifield. He purchased the lions and crowns from St. Margaret’s Westminster, together with other fittings and pews, when the interiors of the Westminster church were being remodelled. The crowns can be discerned in the print dated 1760 of the Speaker Arthur Onslow ‘in his seat at St. Margaret’s Church, Westminster’ by the engraver Anthony Walker (1726-1765), the lions possibly featuring in the arch above his head. For further information, see T.P. Hudson (editor), A History of the County of Sussex, Victoria County History, 1987, p.19.

48 48 A PAIR OF GILTWOOD LIONS, ENGLISH, LATE 17TH CENTURY modelled as an opposing pair of Bavarian type lions, each seated, with wide grin to the face facing to the side and front paw resting on a cartouche, on shaped wood plinths 33cm high £1200-1800

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50 A PAIR OF GILTWOOD CROWNS, ENGLISH, 18TH CENTURY each with circlet surmounted by fleurs-de-lys between the arches, one with cruciform finial missing 31cm high including finial

49 A PAIR OF GILTWOOD LIONS, ENGLISH, EARLY 17TH CENTURY each seated and opposing, facing full front with a front paw resting on a shield, on rectangular wood base 23.5cm high, traces of armorial beneath gilding on shield and facing

£300-500

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51 AFTER GIAMBOLOGNA (1529-1608): MERCURY a bronze figure, probably French, circa 1800, finely cast and detailed in typical pose (caduceus lacking), mid-brown patina, on a veined red marble fluted truncated column with ormolu mounts and square base 68cm high £1800-2200

52 A PAIR OF FRENCH BRONZE ROUNDELS, CIRCLE OF CLAUDE MICHEL CALLED CLODION (1738-1814), PROBABLY PARIS, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY one depicting a Vestal making a sacrifice, the other depicting a couple embracing (possibly Ares and Aphrodite) 13cm diameter excluding giltwood frames` Clodion is known to have executed a series of reliefs of young women at altars, very much in the spirit of these bronze roundels. Such bronzes were produced by a number of Parisian workshops for the emerging bourgeoisie in the late 18th and early 19th century. The 1992 Clodion exhibition catalogue refers to such work as sculptures d’amateurs (A.L. Poulet and G. Scherf, Clodion, 1738-1814, Louvre, Paris, 1992, pp.157-61). For a gilt bronze example of the Vestal roundel, see Sotheby’s, Paris, 9 April 2008, lot 85 £500-800

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55 55 A CHINESE BONE MODEL OF A FLOWER BOAT, CANTON, SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY the carpeted cabins with stained furniture and shaded by fretwork pierced panels, the foredeck with figures around a tea table before a verandah and doorway flanked by an inscribed couplet, the upper deck set with plants, the bow with flags and lanterns, on a cloth-covered stand 33.5cm long The couplet reads in translation: The fish is swimming across the green water / The bee is flying into the red heart of the flower. £120-180 56 A CHINESE JADE HORSE GROUP, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the horse depicted looking back, with two foals, one clambering on its back, the other beneath, nibbling at its hoof, with pale russet inclusions 10cm long

53 53 A PAIR OF RESTAURATION GILT AND PATINATED BRONZE CANDLESTICKS, FRENCH, SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY with borders of milled and foliate decoration, circular bases, lobed stems, urn-shaped sconces and detachable nozzles 27.5cm high

£120-180

£300-400

54 54 A BAND OF TWELVE IVORY MUSICIANS, GERMAN, LATE 19TH CENTURY the conductor holding up his music and baton leading three flautists, three accordionists, a piper, a clarinetist, two mandolin players and a lutist, each figure carved as a different individual standing on a wooden barrel with ivory or wood buttons tallest 16.5cm high £2000-3000

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57 57 A CHINESE IVORY BRISÉ FAN, CANTON, CIRCA 1900 finely carved with a variety of figures in boats and pavilions interspersed by foliage around a vacant oval, all on an openwork linear ground, the guards relief carved guards 19cm long £300-400

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58 58 A CHINESE JADEITE CEREMONIAL DAGGER, 20TH CENTURY the stone pale celadon with light brown inclusions, the handle carved with a coiled dragon issuing a scrolling plume of fire along the top of the blade 35.7cm long £200-300

59 A SET OF TWELVE CHINESE PARCEL-GILT SILVER TEASPOONS, WANG HING & CO, HONG KONG/CANTON, CIRCA 1900 the openwork twist cast stems with Mandarin figure terminals 374gr (10oz) £250-350 60 A PAIR OF CHINESE CANTON ENAMEL WINE CUPS, 19TH CENTURY with a blue ground decorated with flying dragons amongst clouds, the insides white and plain, 3cm high; together with a famille rose leaf shaped footed dish with two compartments, 19th century, 11cm wide (3) £80-120

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61 TWO JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE, MEIJI PERIOD (1866-1912) one carved as a group of a lady leaning over an oni holding a tea kettle, signed, damage, 5cm high, the other as a group with seated figure, 6.2cm high (2) £60-80

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62 62 A SET OF FOUR CANTON ENAMEL COUNTER TRAYS, QIANLONG (1736-1795) square with in-curved corners, painted with outdoor scenes of European figures, scroll foliate borders, panel feet, puce seal marks; together with another pair of Canton enamel counter trays, similar but painted with landscape scenes 10cm wide (6)

64 A CHINESE CLOISONNE COCKEREL ON A DRUM, LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY the yellow, blue and red bird standing on a blue-ground barrel with yellow dragons, blue integral stand with four spreading legs 42cm high

£500-800

A subject more common in Japanese art, the cock on a ceremonial drum symbolises peace. £150-250

63 63 A CHINESE ‘CHICKEN BLOOD’ SOAPSTONE SEAL, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY of oval form, depicting a coiled mythological animal perched on a plinth, above a sixcharacter calligraphic inscription, 5cm high, together with a Tang style hardstone sword slide, the stone of light brown tone, the oval disc with aperture flanked by a dancing lady, 7.3cm long (2) £120-150

65 65 A CHINESE CLOISONNE GINGER JAR AND COVER, CIRCA 1900 decorated with a fenghuang or hoho bird and trailing flowers on a diaper patterned navy blue ground below a ruyi head border 21cm high £100-200

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66 A PAIR OF CHINESE ‘CHICKEN BLOOD’ SOAPSTONE SEALS, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY decorated with three figures perched atop a plinth, one smaller figure held upon the knee of another, the plinths with cloud swirls and the bases left plain 19.7cm long £150-200

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67 FOUR CHINESE GOUACHE PITH PAPER PAINTINGS, EARLY 19TH CENTURY finely painted with various flowers, insects and butterflies including rose, chrysanthemum, peony, magnolia and mallow, in cream mounts, unframed 17.5cm x 26.5cm Provenance: Spink & Son £800-1200 68 TWO CHINESE GOUACHE PAINTINGS, EARLY 19TH CENTURY presumably of the emperor or close family members, dressed in yellow robes, seated on thrones, one clasping a snuff bottle, finely cut out and applied on English paper watermarked Portal & Bridges 1802 33cm x 21cm excluding gilt frames with light brown mounts Provenance: Spink & Son £300-500

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69 TWO CHINESE GOUACHE PAINTINGS, EARLY 19TH CENTURY depicting a mandarin dressed in a winter fur coat and his wife holding a staff, finely cut out and applied on English paper watermarked Portal & Bridges 1802 37.5cm x 25cm excluding gilt frames with brown mounts Provenance: Spink & Son £300-500 70 THREE CHINESE GOUACHE PAINTINGS, EARLY 19TH CENTURY comprising a pair, one with mallow flower, the other with magnolia, mounted in metal frames with mauve mounts; and another with a peacock, in gilt frame with brown mount, all finely cut out and applied on English paper watermarked Portal & Bridges 1802 28cm x 20cm and 33cm x 27cm respectively excluding frames and mounts Provenance: Spink & Son £300-500

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71 SIX CHINESE GOUACHE FLOWER PAINTINGS, EARLY 19TH CENTURY depicting various finely painted flowers, including peony, camellia, prunus and others, heightened in silver, finely cut out and applied on English paper watermarked Portal & Bridges 1802 31cm x 19.5cm excluding black frames with green mounts Provenance: Spink & Son £600-800 72 TWO CHINESE GOUACHE PAINTINGS OF MANDARINS, EARLY 19TH CENTURY, both wearing traditional hats, surcoats and rank badges, finely cut out and applied on English paper watermarked Portal & Bridges 1802 36.5cm x 28cm excluding metal frame and burgundy mounts Provenance: Spink & Son £300-500

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75 A CHINESE BRONZE FIGURE OF A MONKEY ON A CAMEL, 18TH CENTURY the camel turning his head to look back upon the monkey, perched between the two humps holding a bowl in his hands, with traces of gilt 16.5cm high, 16.5cm long £1000-1500

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76 76 A CHINESE BLANC DE CHINE FIGURE OF GUANYIN, 19TH CENTURY seated on a loose lotus throne base, holding a scroll in her hand, the other resting on her knee, dressed in customary loose robes, her hair in a topknot, on a carved wood base, mounted as a lamp, with pale yellow embroidered silk lamp shade with circular pierced hardstone finial 45cm high including fitting and excluding shade, damage £100-120

73 73 A CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN ROULEAU VASE, KANGXI (1662-1722) decorated with precious things, the base with double underglaze blue ring, 14.7cm high, together with a famille rose jarlet, 19th century, decorated with boys in a tree picking leaves and berries, the base with iron red seal mark, 7.5cm high (2) £200-300

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74 A CHINESE CLOISONNE RUYI SCEPTRE, 19TH CENTURY decorated on a red ground with raised branches of peach on the head, central reserve and base, bats, bells and leafy sprays in between, the reverse with a turquoise ground 52cm long £100-150

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77 77 A CHINESE PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE BOTTLE VASE, KANGXI (1662-1722) the pear-shaped body rising from a straight foot to a tapering neck, painted to the exterior with pendent lappet-shaped cartouches divided by foliate scrolls and variously enclosing stylised floral sprays, all between ruyi and pointed lappets, the neck similarly decorated with stylised ruyi motifs below a lappet band, the neck reduced and bound with a silver rim 27.5cm high £600-900


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78 A JAPANESE SHIBAYAMA AND SILVER-MOUNTED IVORY CASKET, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) the tusk body inlaid to one side with a pair of pheasants amidst a variety of flowers, blossom and insects and to the other with a kingfisher, sides with further birds and foliage, one hinged and inlaid to interior with further insects and revealing two lacquered drawers, on bun feet, surmounted by a small swing handle, with signed plaque 15.3cm long ÂŁ3000-5000

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79 A CHINESE GILT WOOD SEATED FIGURE OF GUANYIN, QING DYNASTY, PROBABLY 18TH CENTURY seated with crossed legs, dressed in voluminous robes pooling over the base, her hair dressed with a jewelled crown, one hand raised, the other resting on her leg, with red and black pigment highlighting her eyes, lips and hair 72.5cm high £2000-3000

80 A JAPANESE GOLD LACQUER BOX, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) the hinged lid signed and decorated in relief with birds and butterflies amidst foliage, the sides stylised foliage, 21cm wide; together with a Japanese black lacquer box and cover, Meiji period, oblong with in-curved corners, the cover with hens and chicks in relief, the sides with scenes of boys playing, 19cm wide (2) £100-150

81 A JAPANESE KOGAI, GOTO SCHOOL, 16TH/17TH CENTURY decorated with a spray of flowers and leaves with gilt highlights within a recessed foliate reserve, with later wood box 22.5cm long

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£250-350

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‡82 A PAIR OF JAPANESE WOOD KOMAINU (SHINTO LION-DOGS) each expressively carved seated on their haunches, one with curled mane and one with straight, their mouths carved to articulate the mantra syllables um and ah respectively, highlighted in coloured pigment and gilt 49cm and 54cm respectively ‡ £1000-1500

85 83 83 A JAPANESE SILVER BOX AND COVER WITH STAND, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) cushion shaped, the cover applied with a raised partly coppered scene probably depicting Shoki the demon queller leaning over his bag as a demon tries to escape from it, underside of box signed, 9cm wide; together with another Japanese silver box and cover, Meiji Period, circular, covered in chased blossom, the cover with partly coppered scene of two crows flying by moonlight, underside of box signed, 9cm diameter 348gr (11oz) (2)

85 A CHINESE LEAD FIGURAL INCENSE BURNER, 19TH CENTURY modelled as a seated Qilin, the head turned to side and hinging open 40cm long £300-400

£150-250 84 A JAPANESE SILVER IRIS VASE, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) slender fluted flared body applied with iris flowers and an enamelled flowerhead (loose), ‘Jungin’ mark 14.5cm high, 162gr (5oz) all in

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£200-300

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86 86 A FLEMISH SILVER-GILT-MOUNTED TORTOISESHELL CASKET, ANTWERP, LATE 17TH CENTURY domed rectangular, with foliate chased corner, escutcheon and loop handle mounts, later red silk lining, with key 21.5cm wide £1200-1800

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88 A PAIR OF SILVER RELIGIOUS PLAQUES, SPANISH OR SPANISH COLONIAL, CIRCA 1775 shield shaped, each chased with a central cartouche with Ave Maria monogram surmounted by a cherubim and flanked by rocaille, one cartouche inscribed Dio Ovalle / Año 1778, the other Dio Ova/e, unmarked 13cm high

87 A GERMAN SILVER PANEL, MAKER’S MARK MN CONJOINED (UNRECORDED), AUGSBURG, 1624-28 chased with a scene of the Birth of St John the Baptist in an architectural setting, an angel with palm frond above the child on the cloak of his mother St Elizabeth and flanked by the Virgin Mary and his father St Zacharias, probably originally part of a house altar 16.5 x 12.5cm excluding oak door frame mount

89 A CEYLONESE SILVER DISH, EARLY 20TH CENTURY in the shape of the island, chased with a more detailed representation of the island surrounded by foliate scroll, elephant and formal leaf borders 30.5cm long, 315gr (10oz)

£500-800

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90 A GERMAN SILVER LARGE BEAKER, BALTHASAR KEUCKS, KÖNIGSBERG, CIRCA 1703 slightly flared cylindrical, chased with putti blowing trumpets amidst scrolling foliage, engraved at the rim with a later English crest 17.5cm high, 277gr (8oz) The crest may be for Sir Edward Robert Pearce Edgecombe (1851-1929), of Reperry Manor, Cornwall. £2000-3000

91 91 A RUSSIAN SILVER VODKA BEAKER, KHLEBNIKOV, MOSCOW, 1883 flared above a bulbous base, engraved with strapwork roundels and stylised foliage on a frosted ground, gilt interior, assay master Vasily Petrov, 875 standard, Dutch import mark 7.5cm high, 72gr (2oz) £120-180 92 SIX ETHIOPIAN OR SUDANESE SILVER BOWLS, CIRCA 1900 with interior geometric patterning and inscriptions, four centred by a Maria Theresa thaler, two by an Ethiopian Emperor Menelik silver coin 11cm diameter, 815gr

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£150-250

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93 93 A FRENCH PARCEL-GILT SILVER AND ENAMEL ALTAR CRUET AND STAND, THOMAS JOSEPH ARMAND-CALLIAT, LYONS, CIRCA 1870 the glass-bodied cruet on four Renaissance dolphin feet above bands of pale and cerulean blue enamel with beaded silver scrolls, the slender neck overlaid with spiral twisting fruiting vines, the lid surmounted by a kneeling angel, the scrolling leafy handle with snail terminal, the pointed oval stand for two cruets additionally set with coloured stones and four winged beasts at the rim representing St Peter, St John, St Luke and St Michael centred by roundel of Christ Washing the Disciple’s Feet, 950 standard stand 46cm long (2) The firm Armand-Calliat was one of the most important producers of ecclesiastical silver in the second half of the 19th century. Their pieces were often finely enamelled and gem-set. A number of important commissions are preserved in the treasury of the Basilica of Fourvière in Lyons. Thomas Joseph Armand-Calliat’s association with the church’s architect Pierre Bossan in 1867 led to the firm’s innovative designs in religious silver aimed at expressing theological ideas. £2500-3500 94 A PORTUGUESE SILVER-MOUNTED CLARET JUG, TOPAZIO (FERREIRA MARQUES & IRMAO SA), OPORTO, MID 20TH CENTURY the bellied base with a thumbcut band, diaper cut band above, the rim mount with panels of cavorting putti surrounded by vines, the lid with further vines and a cast lion thumbpiece supporting a shield initialled R, stamped 925, small spanner mark, maker’s mark and also with Dutch import mark 29cm high £350-450

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95 A RUSSIAN SILVER FOUR-PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SET, KARL JÄRVELÄINEN, ST PETERSBURG, 1865 of hexagonal baluster form, the three hinged lids with cast flower finials, gilt interiors, 84 standard coffee pot 22cm high, 2270gr (72oz) including insulators

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£2000-3000 96 A DUTCH SILVER SWEETMEAT BASKET, GEBR NIEKERK, GRONINGEN, 1908 oval, with panels and bands of scroll foliate and geometric patterned piercing, beaded borders, swing handle, on leafy scroll feet, pseudo marks and import marks for Boaz Moses Landeck, Chester, 1907/08, 934 standard 24cm long, 388gr (12oz) £200-300 97 A POLISH SILVER ETROG OR SUGAR BOX, CRACOW, CIRCA 1930 oblong with incurved corners and bracket feet, bright-cut with vacant roundel to lid and drapery swags to sides, gilt interior, 800 standard, 13cm long; together with a German silver beaker, Hanau, circa 1890, in 17th century style, on three ball feet (one detached), chased with scroll foliage and a swan below the inscription E.N.B. 1896., import marks for Berthold Muller, London, 1894, 9.5cm high 433gr (13oz) (2) £120-180

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98 A SET OF THREE GERMAN SILVER SERVING PIECES, M.H. WILKENS & SÖHNE, BREMEN, CIRCA 1930 all of oval outline with reeded shaped rims, comprising: a serving dish, an entrée dish, cover and handle and a sauceboat on fixed stand, stamped ‘830S’ serving dish 58cm wide, 3406gr (109oz) £800-1200

99 A PAIR OF AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN SILVER CANDELABRA, THOMAS DUB, VIENNA, 1863 circular bases and baluster stems with areas of foliate rocaille, each of three lights with a pair of scroll arms and central sconce with detachable bud finial, 812 standard 49cm high, 1349gr (43oz) £500-700

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100 A GERMAN SILVER SOUP TUREEN AND COVER the shaped oval body applied either side with a Classical figure of a draped maiden, pedestal foot, with reeded borders, domed cover, base and cover bearing marks for Franz Joseph Dieninck, Munster, circa 1820 43cm across angular handles, 2494gr (80oz) including wood fillet to finial £1000-1500

101 A PAIR OF GERMAN SILVER CANDELABRA, CHRISTOPH WIDMANN, PFORZHEIM, EARLY 20TH CENTURY the spreading bases cast with openwork panels of flower baskets and scenes of putti between foliate diaperwork, the inverted baluster stems with similar scenes, each with four curved fixed arms and central light with detachable nozzles, stamped ‘835’ 43cm high, 2734gr (87oz) £800-1200

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102 A PAIR OF FRENCH SILVER CANDLESTICKS, MAISON BOIN TABURET, PARIS, LATE 19TH CENTURY in Louis XV style cast with shells, scrolls and foliage, the shaped circular bases rising to inverted baluster stems and vase shaped sconces, maker’s mark Georges Boin, stamped BOIN TABURET / A PARIS; together with a pair of French silver associated threelight candelabra branches, late 19th century, each with a pair of leafy scrolling arms and central light supporting leafy drip pans and leaf and fluted sconces, with three detachable nozzles; all 950 standard 42.5cm high overall, 3060gr (98oz) (4) £800-1200

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103 A GREEK CUP AFTER THE ANTIQUE, ILIAS LALAOUNIS, ATHENS, LATE 20TH CENTURY the tapering cylindrical body with shells on a matted ground, simple long loop handle to side, stamped maker’s name and ‘925’, 16cm across; together with a French silver double salt, maker’s mark indecipherable, late 19th century, waisted oblong base on four panel feet, with two milled cups and central openwork scroll handle, 950 standard, 17.5cm wide 290gr (9oz) excluding blue glass liners (2) £120-180

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104 A RUSSIAN SILVER KIDDUSH CUP, ISRAEL ESEEVICH ZAKHODER, MOSCOW, 1880s with foliate bright-cut engraved shaped oblong panels, scroll handle, assay master A.K (unidentified), 7cm high; together with two Russian silver vodka tots, Moscow, 1871/94, beaker form, bright-cut engraved, 4.5cm high (3) £150-250

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105 A PAIR OF AMERICAN SILVER DISHES, TIFFANY & CO, NEW YORK, 1900 shell-shaped, cast and chased with small openwork diaper panels, shells, scrolls and foliage, import marked for Albert William Feaveryear, London, 1900, also with Tiffany Sterling marks and pattern number for 1892 30cm long, 811gr (26oz)

108 A NORWEGIAN CHILD’S CUP, BOWL AND SPOON, N.M. THUNE, OSLO, CIRCA 1950 each simple piece applied with a stylised quacking duck, stamped ‘830’, bowl 16cm diameter; together with a child’s pusher, Copenhagen, 1950, shaped stem with reeded edge 280gr (9oz) (4) £150-200

Albert William Feaveryear was Tiffany’s manager of their London shop at 221 Regent Street. For a larger single example, from the collection of Dame Nellie Melba, see Sotheby’s, Australia, 31 March 2015, lot 87 £300-500

106 A FRENCH SILVER TOILET BOX AND COVER, TETARD FRERES, PARIS, EARLY 20TH CENTURY cover with moulded rim, sides with acanthus leafage, 950 standard, 8.5cm diameter; together with a German silver salt cellar, Hanau, circa 1900, in 16th century style, circular, domed sides with scrolling strapwork and figures in niches between three scroll supports, pseudo marks, 9cm wide 224gr (7oz) (2)

109 AN ITALIAN CIGARETTE BOX, MAKER’S NUMBER INDECIPHERABLE, FLORENCE, 1944-68 oblong, slightly curved base and reeded top, stamped 800 18cm wide, 306gr

£80-120

£80-120

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107 A RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT AND NIELLO BEAKER, MAKER’S MARK PD (IN CYRILLIC), MOSCOW, 1840 with two circular panels of equestrian figures, perhaps of Peter the Great, between paterae and diaperwork, 875 standard 7cm high £200-300

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113 TWO SETS OF ‘EGYPTIAN’ NOVELTY SILVER COFFEE SPOONS one set of six inspired by the recent discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb, with stylised palm capital terminals, in original Canopic jar shaped case with black lined interior stamped with a gilt Egyptian figure, W.H. Haseler Ltd., Birmingham, 1923, the other set with Egyptian mask terminals, in fitted case, Chawner & Co., London, 1873; together with a pair of silver berry spoons, with typical Victorian decoration, in fitted case, Thomas Wallis, London, 1805 288gr (9oz) (14) £120-150

110 110 A BELGIAN CIGARETTE BOX, MAISON WISKEMANN, BRUSSELS, CIRCA 1960 rectangular, incurved sides, plain excepting presentation inscription to interior of lid, wood lined, stamped ‘835’ 18cm wide £100-150

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111 111 AN ITALIAN BOWL, FILLI ZARAMELLA, PADUA, 1944-68 oval, hammer-finished, corded rim, on four leaf-headed volute feet, stamped ‘800’ 22cm wide, 435gr £120-180

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114 MISCELLANEOUS OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SILVER comprising: a set of four tablespoons, Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London, 1905; four further tablespoons, London, two 1803, two 1824; a pair of sauce ladles, Sheffield, 1901; and a cased set of a pair of salad servers and a cake fork and slice, Birmingham and Sheffield, 1923; together with a cased pair of silver butter knives, with shaped foliate bordered handles, Daniel & Arter, Birmingham, 1922 1048gr (33oz) (14) £300-400 115 A VICTORIAN SILVER GRAVY SPOON, WAKELEY & WHEELER, LONDON, 1897 Old English pattern, initialled R, 30.5cm long; together with a George III silver tablespoon, Hanoverian pattern, initialled C+D, bottom struck marks, London, probably 1764; and a set of five George III silver dessert forks, Old English pattern, crested, Richard Crossley, London, 1811; and another silver dessert fork, plain, Sheffield, Joseph Rodgers & Sons, 1918 459gr (14oz) (8)

112 112 A SILVER CHEESE KNIFE AND BUTTER KNIFE SET, HART (THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT) OF CHIPPING CAMPDEN, LONDON, 2001 each set to the handle with a mouse, the cheese knife additionally with a triangle of cheese, in original fitted case with initialled and dated silver plaque cheese knife 19.5cm, 109gr (3oz) £120-180

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£120-180 116 A SET OF TWELVE EDWARDIAN FRUIT KNIVES AND TWELVE FORKS, MARTIN, HALL & CO LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1909 silver tines and blades, mother-of-pearl handles with silver collars, in original oak fitted case with retailer’s label for Carrington & Co. (24) £80-120


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117 TWO EDWARDIAN ARTS AND CRAFTS SILVER SPOONS, KESWICK SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART, BIRMINGHAM, 1904 after designs by Isobel McBean of 1902, hand forged, the hammered bowls clasped by openwork lobes, the terminals of ‘Celtic’ openwork interlacing 15cm long £150-180

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121 A GEORGE III SILVER-GILT CREAM LADLE, UNMARKED, LATE 18TH CENTURY Onslow pattern, crested, bowl with crimped rim and lip 10cm long £60-100 122 A PAIR OF IRISH GEORGE II SILVER TEA TONGS (OR SUGAR NIPS), DUBLIN, MID 18TH CENTURY typical form with scroll arms and patera chased pivot, Hiberna and harp marks only, 12.5cm long; together with a pair of Irish George III silver sugar tongs, probably William Ward, Dublin, late 18th century, Feather Edge pattern, crested, maker’s and harp marks only, 13cm long (2) £200-300

120 part 118 A GEORGE III SILVER CHEESE SCOOP, WILLIAM & SAMUEL KNIGHT, LONDON, 1815 with ivory handle, 24.5cm long; together with a silver punch ladle, with plain bowl initialled MR, turned wood handle, unmarked, probably Scottish, circa 1800, 35cm long; and four assorted silver tablespoons, one Hanoverian pattern, London, 1772, one Bright-cut edge pattern, London, 1776, one Old English pattern with shell back bowl, initialled J, London, 1764, and one Fiddle pattern, London, 1840 (6) £150-200 119 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN SILVER BERRY SPOONS, ATKIN BROTHERS, SHEFFIELD, 1890/91 with parcel-gilt triangular bowls, bright-cut stems and terminals with a crested shield 23.5cm long, 468gr (15oz)

123 123 A SET OF SIX GEORGE III SILVER TEASPOONS, HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, 1786 Bright-cut pattern, initialled A 67gr (2oz) £80-120

£120-180 120 TWO DANISH SILVER SERVING PIECES, GEORG JENSEN, COPENHAGEN one a small Pyramid pattern ladle, import marked for London, 1929, 12.5cm long, the other a No. 41 pattern conserve spoon, 1930s; together with an English silver serving spoon, with shaped bowl and openwork scroll terminal, Walker & Hall Ltd., Sheffield, 1913, 22cm long; and an American silver serving spoon, with shaped bowl and bright-cut foliate terminal inscribed ‘Sarah’, Frank M. Whiting & Co., North Attleboro MA for William Wise & Son of Brooklyn NY, late 19th century, 21cm long 194gr (6oz) (4)

124 VICTORIAN TABLE SILVER comprising: eight Kings Pattern table forks, single struck, initialled D, one crested, seven Robert Keay, Edinburgh, 1845, one Edinburgh 1842, and twelve Queens pattern dessert spoons with anthemion or shell back bowls, six Francis Higgins, London, 1861, remainder various makers, London, 1833-95 1308gr (42oz) (20)

£70-100

£350-450

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125 A CANTEEN OF FRENCH TABLE SILVER, MAISON PUIFORCAT, PARIS, CIRCA 1900 Ribbon and Reed pattern, crested, comprising: twelve tablespoons twenty-four table forks twelve table knives with stainless steel blades twelve dessert spoons twelve dessert forks twelve dessert knives with stainless steel blades twelve fruit knives with silver blades twelve teaspoons a soup ladle, pair of salad servers, pair of fish servers, a large flat server, a large scoop, a sifter ladle, a sauce ladle, a small flat server, a small scoop, a bread fork, a butter knife, a cheese knife with stainless steel blade and a pair of sugar tongs, 950 standard, all in original fitted sarcophagus-form carved walnut case with key 5698gr (183oz) excluding knives (123) £2000-3000

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126 A SET OF FRENCH ELECTROPLATE FLATWARE, ORFEVRE CHRISTOFLE OF PARIS, MID 20TH CENTURY with foliate scrolls surrounding vacant cartouches, complete for twelve of each of the following: tablespoons, table forks, table knives, cake forks and teaspoons, also one soup ladle, in three cases (61) £60-100

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127 A SET OF FRENCH TABLE SILVER, MAISON BOIN TABURET, PARIS, EARLY 20TH CENTURY Fiddle, Thread pattern, the leafy terminals monogrammed VM, stems with husks to base, comprising: eighteen tablespoons thirty table forks twenty-four table knives with stainless steel blades seventeen teaspoons twelve fish forks twelve fish knives with stainless steel blades a pair of fish servers, a pair of salad servers, a pair of sauce ladles and a pair of small serving forks, maker’s mark Henry Freres et Fils of Boin Taburet, 950 standard, in fitted case 7482gr (240oz) excluding knives (121) £3000-4000 128 THREE SETS OF ENGLISH SILVER COFFEE SPOONS comprising: a set of ten, Golf Club pattern, Walker & Hall Ltd., Sheffield, 1933, a set of six, Art Deco patterned, P.O.D.R. No. for 1932, William Neale & Son Ltd., Birmingham, 1932, and another set of six, with twisted stems and bright-cut fearn terminals, Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham, 1900 266gr (8oz) (22) £100-150

129, 130 129 A SET OF TWELVE AMERICAN SILVER TABLE KNIVES AND TWELVE DESSERT KNIVES, GORHAM MANUFACTURING CO, PROVIDENCE RI, EARLY 20TH CENTURY shaped reeded loaded handles initialled H, with ‘Latema’ alloy blades (24) £180-220 130 A SET OF SIX GEORGE III SILVER DESSERT KNIVES, PAUL STORR FOR RUNDELL, BRIDGE & RUNDELL, LONDON, 1813 Hourglass pattern, silver blades, loaded silver handles engraved with crest and motto (6) The crest and motto is that of Don (now WauchopeDon) of Newton Don, Berwick, perhaps for Sir William Don Bt, MP and father of Sir Alexander Don, the actor and an intimate of Sir Walter Scott.

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131 131 A MATCHED SET OF TABLE SILVER, GEORGIAN & VICTORIAN, VARIOUS MAKERS, PREDOMINANTLY LONDON Queens pattern, mostly crested or initialled, comprising: fifteen tablespoons twenty-eight table forks twelve dessert spoons twenty dessert forks six teaspoons four condiment spoons three sauce ladles and a sifter ladle 7096gr (228oz); together with twelve silver dessert knives, of conforming pattern, stainless steel blades, Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield, 1910 (101) £3000-5000 132 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN SILVER FRUIT SPOONS, WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS, LONDON, 1882 Apostle terminals, twist stems, fig-shaped bowls, in case with retailer’s label: ‘Skinner silversmith and diamond setter Orchard Street London, W.’ 18cm long, 347gr (11oz) £100-150

133. 134 133 A PAIR OF IRISH GEORGE III SILVER GRAVY SPOONS, MICHAEL KEATING, DUBLIN, 1782 later bright-cut with a bow above the crested cartouche, 28cm long; together with an Irish George III silver toddy ladle, Samuel Neville, Dublin, 1819, Fiddle pattern, crested, with a beak to the oval bowl, 15cm long 193gr (6oz) (3) £150-250 134 A SET OF TEN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER TABLESPOONS, JOHN KEARNS, DUBLIN, 1800/01 Celtic point pattern, crested 693gr (22oz) £200-300

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135 135 A SET OF VICTORIAN TABLE SILVER, GEORGE ADAMS FOR CHAWNER & CO, LONDON, 1858 Feather Edge and Shell pattern, crested, comprising: sixteen tablespoons twelve table forks eight dessert spoons twelve dessert forks (all 1868) nine teaspoons a pair of sauce ladles a soup ladle a gravy spoon a cheese scoop a butter knife; together with twelve electroplate table knives, Roberts & Belk Ltd., Sheffield, modern, Thread and Shell pattern, with stainless steel blades; all in a modern case 3729gr (120oz) excluding knives (75) £1800-2200 136 THREE PAIRS OF BERRY SPOONS all with typical Victorian decoration, comprising: one silver pair with initialled oval, London, 1787, one matched silver pair with vacant diamond, one London, 1783, the other poorly struck bottom marks circa 1760, and an electroplate pair with stylised stork terminal and spiral twist stems, probably English late 19th century weighable silver 241gr (7oz) (6) £50-80

137 137 A SET OF GERMAN SILVER-HANDLED KNIVES, KARL KALTENBACH & SÖHNE, ALTENSTEIG, EARLY 20TH CENTURY comprising: twelve table knives, ten dessert knives and twelve butter knives, all with shaped loaded handles and Solingen stainless steel blades, stamped ‘925’; together with a set of six silver fish knives, Old English pattern, with bright-cut blades, Viners Ltd, Sheffield, 1930, 331gr (10oz) (40) £300-400 138 A SET OF SIX GEORGE V SILVER LOBSTER PICKS, HARRISON BROTHERS & HOWSON, SHEFFIELD, 1935 together with a pair of electroplate lobster cracks, case; a set of four seal top pattern fruit spoons, Elkington & Co Ltd, Birmingham, 1908, case; and a set of twelve silver coffee spoons and a pair of sugar tongs, Cooper Brothers & Sons, Sheffield, 1924/25, case 634gr (20oz) of silver (25) £200-300

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139 139 A SET OF GERMAN TABLE SILVER, BRUCKMANN & SÖHNE, HEILBRONN, CIRCA 1930 shaped stems with moulded edge, comprising: twelve tablespoons twelve table forks twelve table knives with stainless steel blades twelve dessert forks twelve dessert knives with stainless steel blades nine cake forks thirteen teaspoons and one dessert spoon, three fish forks, five fish knives, two cake servers and two pairs of sugar tongs; together with the following German table silver, Bruckmann & Söhne, Heilbronn, circa 1930, of a differing pattern and inscribed ‘Annette’, comprising: tablespoon, table fork, table knife, dessert fork, dessert knife, cake fork and teaspoon; all pieces stamped ‘800’ 3670gr (118oz) excluding knives £1000-1500 140 A SET OF TEN GEORGE III SILVER TABLE FORKS, JAMES BARBER & WILLIAM WHITWELL, YORK, 1817 Old English pattern, initialled AC, together with the following Old English pattern table silver: five tablespoons, initialled AC, Eley & Fearn, 1818, and nine dessert spoons, seven initialled AC, seven Eley & Fearn, all London, 1818/two 1794; and the following Fiddle pattern table silver: six table forks, five initialled, one crested, five Sarah & John William Blake, all London, 1810/27, two pattern dessert spoons, initialled, Barber, Cattle & North, York, 1832, and pair of sauce ladles, crested, George Piercy, London, 1827; together with a Dutch silver table fork 1836gr (59oz) (35) £400-600

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141 A SET OF EIGHT VICTORIAN SILVER FISH KNIVES AND EIGHT FORKS, WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS, LONDON, 1888 Queens pattern, the blades each engraved with a pair of fish amidst foliage, the forks engraved below the short tines with further suitable foliage; together with four further matching silver knives and four forks, C.J. Vander Ltd., London, 1953 2304gr (74oz) (24) £700-1000 142 TWELVE SILVER FISH KNIVES AND TWELVE FORKS, SIX OF EACH FRANCIS HIGGINS, LONDON, 1888, SIX OF EACH MAKER’S MARK IDS, SHEFFIELD, 1956 Queens pattern, silver tines and blades, the former with loaded handles and reeded edge to tines and blades, the latter with hollow handles (24) £200-300 143 A SET OF TWELVE IRISH GEORGE IV SILVER TABLE FORKS, SAMUEL GREEN OF CORK, DUBLIN, 1829 Queens pattern, crested 1315gr, (42oz) £400-600 144 A SET OF SIX FRENCH SILVER FISH KNIVES AND SIX FORKS, MAISON PUIFORCAT, PARIS, CIRCA 1900 vacant cartouches, reeded and leafy pattern handles, 950 standard 683gr (22oz) £200-300


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145 A MATCHED SET OF SCOTTISH TABLE SILVER, EDINBURGH, MANY ANDREW WILKIE, 1829-1868 single struck Kings pattern, comprising: twelve tablespoons (six 1840, six 1868) twelve table forks (six 1841, six 1829) twelve dessert spoons (six 1840, six 1851) ten dessert forks (five 1851, five 1849) eight teaspoons (five 1868, three 1862); together with thirteen electroplate table knives, of matching pattern, twelve James Ryals, Sheffield, modern 2778gr (89oz) excluding knives (67) £1000-1500 146 A MATCHED SET OF IRISH GEORGIAN TABLE SILVER, VARIOUS MAKERS, DUBLIN AND CORK, LATE 18TH / EARLY 19TH CENTURY Bright-cut pattern with a star or bow above the crested cartouche, comprising: eighteen tablespoons, twelve table forks and thirteen dessert spoons; together with a set of twelve Irish George III silver dessert forks, John Daly, Dublin, 1801, Feather Edge pattern, crested 2405gr (77oz) (55)

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£800-1200 147 A SET OF SIX GEORGE V FISH KNIVES, FIVE FORKS AND PAIR SERVERS, C.W. FLETCHER & SON LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1926 silver tines and blades with engraved edge, mother-of-pearl handles; together with a French silver carving knife and fork, with Art Nouveau foliate loaded handles, stainless steel blade, in case, Louis Ravinet & Charles Denfert, Paris, circa 1900 (15) £100-150 148 A GEORGE IV SILVER SOUP LADLE, WILLIAM CHAWNER, LONDON, 1825 Fiddle Thread pattern, crested 35cm long, 260gr (8oz) £120-180 149 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER FISH SERVERS, HILLIARD & THOMASON, BIRMINGHAM, 1857 foliate engraved silver tines and openwork blade, loaded strapwork decorated handles with initialled shields, knife 33cm long; together with a set of four Victorian silver fruit knives and four forks, Albany pattern, James Deakin & Sons Ltd., Sheffield, 1897; and a set of six silver coffee spoons, Sandringham pattern, Viners Ltd., Sheffield, 1948 (16)

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£150-200 150 A GEORGE IV SILVER FISH SLICE, WILLIAM KING OR WILLIAM KNIGHT, LONDON, 1827 Kings pattern, crested, 31cm long; together with a George III silver marrow scoop, typical form, crested, maker’s mark poorly struck, London, 1793, 22cm long; a set of five Victorian silver table forks, Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern, crested, William Eaton, London, 1843; and a Victorian silver strainer ladle, Fiddle pattern, crested, Mary Chawner, London, 1838 746gr (23oz) (8)

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151 A GEORGE V SILVER PATENT CIGARETTE BOX, DYAS BEVERLEY HAMPTON, LONDON, 1928, RETAILED BY MAPPIN & WEBB LTD. rectangular, with engine-turned panels and formal leaf borders, applied front and back with a gilt star centred by the initials ND within the motto ‘Be Just & Fear Not’, the front, back and twin door top opening simultaneously by turning the lion mask bars to the sides, with a rosewood plinth above the spreading base, cedar lined, base stamped ‘MAPPIN & WEBB’, interior with patent no. 290147; together with photocopies of the patent specification 23.5cm wide Dyas Beverley Hampton (b.1900) of South Croxted Road, West Dulwich, London, was granted this patent on 10th May 1928. He has two other patents listed, both in connection with mechanical boxes, one in conjunction with Asprey & Co. Ltd, as well as a further three for lighters. The V. & A. Museum has a cigarette box by him of 1964, modelled as the Chichester Festival Theatre (S.3101-2010). Obviously he also supplied Dunhill with this box in the same year, see Christie’s, London, 17 November 2009, lot 383 £2000-3000 152 A VICTORIAN SILVER-MOUNTED CLARET JUG, DESIGNED BY DR CHRISTOPHER DRESSER (1834-1904) FOR HUKIN & HEATH, LONDON, 1881 plain glass bellied body with star cut base, simple silver mounts and cylindrical ebonised handle, flat lid inscribed 2nd Q.U.A.V / 1st. PRIZE / 40 pdr. R.B.L. / Presented by MrsLiddell / 1883, Patent Office Design Registry diamond for 9 May 1881 22cm high In the years following his four month trip to Japan in 1876, Dresser produced a number of designs such as this claret jug, which were astonishingly avantgarde for the period.

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Literature: Michael Whiteway, Christopher Dresser: 1834-1904, Milan, 2001, p.99 £1200-1800

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153 A SILVER INKSTAND AND PEN, OMAR RAMSDEN, LONDON, 1935 on six bun feet supporting the elongated hexagonal base with two pen depressions rising to the well with glass liner, the octagonal lid inscribed ‘APRIL 8TH / .W.F.E. / 1889-1939’, the cylindrical dip pen applied with interlaced ribbing and tapering to a ball finial set with a roughly cut quartz, all showing traces of gilding, both inscribed OMAR RAMSDEN ME FECIT, pen not hallmarked inkwell 17cm long £1000-1500

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154 A GEORGE V SILVER BOX, COHEN & CHARLES, LONDON, 1934 rectangular, engine-turned, sprung lid with clasp centred by a black onyx square, gilt interior 16cm wide, 417gr (13oz) £150-250

156 A ROYAL COMMEMORATIVE SILVER DISH, DESIGNED BY PIETRO ANNIGONI (1910-1988), WILLIAM COMYNS & SONS LTD., LONDON, 1972 commemorating the silver wedding of H.M. the Queen and Prince Philip, etched with a view of Windsor Castle below the Queen’s cypher and the dates 1947-1972 flanked by facing profile portrait heads, with Annigoni’s signature, reverse numbered 160, with certificate confirming an edition of 2000, in original box 23cm diameter, 367gr (11oz) £100-150

155 A ROYAL COMMEMORATIVE SILVER DISH, DESIGNED BY PIETRO ANNIGONI (19101988), ROBERTS & DORE LTD., LONDON, 1973 commemorating the wedding of Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips, etched with profile portrait heads of the protagonists above Annigoni’s signature and below the date ‘14-XI-1973’, reverse numbered 160, with certificate confirming an edition of 2000, in original case 23cm diameter, 378gr (12oz)

157 A ROYAL COMMEMORATIVE SILVER DISH, DESIGNED BY PIETRO ANNIGONI (1910-1988), MAKER’S MARK LH, LONDON, 1975 commemorating Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother’s 75th birthday, etched with a portrait profile backed by a horse racing scene, with Annigoni’s signature and the date ‘4-VIII-1975’, reverse numbered 160, with certificate confirming an edition of 750, in original box 23cm diameter, 395gr (12oz) £100-150

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158 A SILVER FOUR-PIECE TEA SET, DESIGNED BY ERIC CLEMENTS IN 1960 FOR MAPPIN & WEBB LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1963 ‘Clements’ pattern, plain baluster bodies with C-shaped handles, lobed spherical finials to the covers, undersides stamped: DESIGNED BY / Eric Clements and PODR number for 1960 hot water jug 19.5cm high, 2044gr (65oz) including composition handles and finials Eric Clements (born 1925) combined an industrial design practice with teaching, becoming a consultant designer for Mappin & Webb in 1957 and Head of the School of Industrial design in Birmingham in 1964. Mappin & Webb made only a few ‘Clements’ pattern sets in silver in the 1960s, although versions in electroplate continued to be produced until the 1990s. For further information on Eric Clements see the Pearson Silver Collection: http://www.pearsonsilvercollection.com/biographies.html#clemen ts (accessed 8 October 2014) Literature: Martin Ellis (ed.), Eric Clements: Silver and Design 1950-2000, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, 2001, pp.66/67 £1000-1500

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159 A VICTORIAN SILVER-MOUNTED CLARET JUG, WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS LTD, LONDON, 1900 the faceted glass body with reeded bands, with silver angular handle and plain neck mount, lid with ball finial 26.5cm high £400-600

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160 AN ELECTROPLATE AND ENAMEL ARTS AND CRAFTS CIGARETTE BOX, ENGLISH, CIRCA 1900 rectangular, die-stamped with stylised raised honesty tendrils enriched with a coloured enamel panel, oak lined 13.2cm wide £150-250

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161 161 AN IRISH SILVER THREE-PIECE TEA SET, ROYAL IRISH SILVER CO, DUBLIN, 1973 richly chased in 18th century Irish style with farmyard scenes of milkmaids and cows, each piece on four lion-mask-headed elongated paw feet, the teapot with cast cow finial, Gleninsheen collar commemorative mark, Sheffield Assay Office 1973 import marks teapot 26.5cm wide, 1165gr (37oz) including handle £400-600 162 AN IRISH SILVER THREE-PIECE CONDIMENT SET, ROYAL IRISH SILVER CO, DUBLIN, 1972 richly chased in 18th century Irish style with farmyard scenes of milkmaids and cows, each on three pad feet, complete with salt and mustard spoons, Sheffield Assay Office 1973 import marks pepperette 8cm high, 171gr (5oz) excluding blue glass liners £100-200

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163 A GEORGE V SILVER HOT WATER JUG, J. PARKES & CO, LONDON, 1914 in George III plain baluster style, engraved with scrolling initials, with gadroon borders, shell spout and stylised bud finial 28cm high, 746gr (23oz) £200-300 164 A GEORGE III SILVER TODDY LADLE, UNMARKED, LATE 18TH CENTURY the bowl with punched rim and set with a George III 1787 sixpence, twisted whalebone handle with silver terminal: together with the following English silver: a Victorian napkin ring in original case, initialled, dated and foliate bright-cut between beaded rims, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield, 1899, and two small cigarette cases, both oblong, one with guilloche enamel, the other simply engine-turned, both Birmingham, 1930/31, each 8cm long (4) £80-120 165 A GEORGE V SILVER CASTER, GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS CO LTD, LONDON, 1915 George III style plain baluster form, 19.5cm high; together with a George V silver sauceboat, oval, gadroon rim, William Neale Ltd., Birmingham, 1925, 19cm long; and a George V silver cream jug, compressed circular, maker’s mark worn, London, 1917 484gr (15oz) (3)

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166 166 A GEORGE V SILVER TRAY, HARRISON BROTHERS & HOWSON, SHEFFIELD, 1925 plain oblong, shaped moulded rim 60cm wide across end handles, 2444gr (78oz) £700-1000

170 A SILVER CIGARETTE BOX, W.H. MANTON LTD, BIRMINGHAM, 1962 rectangular with rounded sides, in Art Deco taste with engineturning, fluted thumbpiece and bale feet 13cm wide, wood lined £50-80

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167 167 A GEORGE V SILVER SALVER, BARKER BROTHERS SILVER LTD, BIRMINGHAM, 1933 shaped circular, plain except for moulded border with gadroon and shell rim, on three paw feet, underside engraved with a facsimile score card from Pinner Hill Golf Club 1935 diameter 36cm, 1261gr (40oz) £350-450

171 A SET OF SIX GEORGE V SILVER HOLDERS WITH DEMI-TASSE CUPS AND SAUCERS, JAMES DIXON & SONS LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1919 stamped and pierced with scroll foliage and trelliswork, the Coalport china green ground cups and saucers with gilt fern tendrils surrounding reserves painted with roses, in original fitted case £100-150

168 THREE ENGLISH SILVER CIGARETTE CASES all oblong and wood lined, comprising: one plain except initial S, W. & G. Neal Ltd., London, 1927, 14cm wide, one with engineturned lid, Walker & Hall Ltd., Birmingham, 1937, 15cm wide, and one plain excepting initials F.E.G. / 1932, marks rubbed, apparently London, 1900, 12cm wide

172 A GEORGE V SILVER TROPHY CUP AND COVER, GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS CO LTD, LONDON, 1925 Classical pedestal urn shaped, inscribed: Polo Commandants and Nigerian Cups 1925... 21.5cm high, 294gr (9oz)

£100-200

£100-150

169 A VICTORIAN SILVER SAUCEBOAT, CHARLES STUART HARRIS, LONDON, 1897 oval, with C-scroll handle and on three shell-headed pad feet, 14.5cm long; together with a George V silver cream jug, F.C. Richards, Birmingham, 1926, pedestal ovoid, 11cm high 270gr (8oz) (2)

173 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER CASTER, GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS CO LTD, LONDON, 1906 inverted baluster, richly chased scroll foliage between curved lobes, with bud finial, 19.5cm high; together with a George V silver caster, maker’s mark rubbed, Birmingham, 1934, plain baluster octagonal, 20.5cm high 458gr (14oz) (2)

£80-120

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174 A SILVER FOUR-PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SET, BARKER ELLIS SILVER CO, BIRMINGHAM, 1967/68 in William IV style, compressed ribbed circular, on shell and scroll panel feet, reeded rims, leafy scroll silver handles, comprising: teapot, coffee pot, milk jug and sugar bowl and cover coffee pot 21cm high, 3098gr (100oz) including insulators and finials £1000-1500

175 174 175 AN ELECTROPLATE GALLERY TRAY, ENGLISH, 20TH CENTURY oval, waved gadroon rim above a band of geometric piercing 61cm long £70-100 176 A SET OF FOUR SILVER ASH TRAYS AND A SPIRIT LIGHTER, H. MATTHEWS, BIRMINGHAM, 1925 circular, the lighter with handle, 8.5cm diameter, case; together with a small silver-gilt Armada dish, inscribed, Mappin & Webb Ltd, London, 1968, 9.5cm., cardboard box, with leaflet; and two Irish silver ash trays, fluted circular, set with medallions commemorating the Easter Uprising of 1916, Dublin, 1968, 9 and 11cm diameter 507gr (16oz) including metal fitting to lighter (8)

178 A GEORGE V SILVER MUG, JAY, RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH & CO LTD OF LONDON, CHESTER, 1931 tapering cylindrical, engraved F.E.C. / 4 - 10 - 32 between bands of reeding 11cm high, 447gr (14oz) £120-180

£100-200 177 A SILVER THREE-PIECE CONDIMENT SET, MAPPIN & WEBB LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1948 cauldron form, shaped rims, each on three hoof feet, pepperette 7cm high; together with a pair of silver salt cellars, bulbous oblong, gadroon and leaf rims, Adie Brothers Ltd., Birmingham, 1923, 5.5cm long; and a silver mustard pot, plain oval, bun feet, Docker & Burn Ltd., Birmingham, 1921, 7.5cm long 230gr (7oz) excluding complete set of blue glass liners (6) £100-150

179 179 A SILVER SALVER, VINERS LTD., SHEFFIELD, 1938 shaped square, moulded rim, presentation inscription ‘SCREEN GOLFING SOCIETY...1938...’ to centre, on volute feet 26.5cm wide, 634gr (20oz) £180-220 180 A GEORGE V SILVER SALVER, BARKER BROTHERS SILVERSMITHS LTD, CHESTER, 1925 in George II style, shaped circular, on four hoof supports, engraved with facsimile signatures and the date ‘JUNE 2nd, 1926,’ the underside engraved with retailer’s name: ‘DIMMER. SOUTHSEA.’ 26cm, diameter, 545gr (17oz) £100-150

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181 181 A GEORGE V SILVER TRAY, VINERS LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1932 shaped oblong, plain within the moulded rim 55.5cm long across end handles, 2018gr (64oz) £600-800

184 184 A GEORGE V SILVER FOUR-PIECE CONDIMENT SET, ADIE BROTHERS LTD, BIRMINGHAM, 1932 with shell and gadroon rims, comprising a mustard pot, a pair of salt cellars and a pepperette pepperette 9.5cm high, 253gr (8oz) excluding blue glass liners £80-120

182 182 A GEORGE V SILVER FOUR-PIECE TEA SET, ADIE BROTHERS LTD, BIRMINGHAM, 1927 plain bulbous bodies with corded rims, scroll handles 1325gr (42oz) including composition handles and finials £300-500 183 A SILVER SALVER, BARKER BROTHERS SILVER LTD, BIRMINGHAM, 1959 plain excepting moulded border with beaded rim, on four ball and claw feet 30cm diameter, 989gr (31oz) £250-350

185 185 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER CIGAR BOX, JOSEPH BRAHAM, LONDON, 1909 plain oblong with lightly domed lid and rounded corners, wood lined 24cm wide £250-350 186 A SILVER SALVER, ELKINGTON & CO LTD, BIRMINGHAM, 1946 plain octagonal excepting the engraved presentation inscription below the coat of arms of the City of Westminster, on four stepped panel feet 27cm widest, 661gr (21oz) The presentation inscription reads: The Union Society of the City of Westminster, Frank Edward Griggs With the best wishes of his Fellow Members on an event rare in the history of the Society, 9th September 1950

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187 A GEORGE V SILVER SALVER, HAWKESWORTH, EYRE & CO LTD, LONDON, 1927 plain shaped circular with beaded rim, on four pad feet 38cm diameter, 1584gr (50oz) £500-800

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188 188 A SILVER SALVER, VINERS LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1959 shaped circular, moulded rim and engraved presentation inscription, on three volute feet 31.5cm diameter, 848gr (27oz) £250-350

190 190 A SILVER TABLE BELL, J.B. CHATTERLEY & SONS LTD, BIRMINGHAM, 1966 girdled bell with baluster octagonal handle 11.5cm high, 162gr (5oz) £80-120

189 189 THREE ENGLISH SILVER TOAST RACKS one with five bars, central handle, ball feet, Mappin & Webb Ltd, Sheffield, 1929, 9cm long, and a pair each with five bars and central handle, Deakin & Francis Ltd, Birmingham, 1933, 6.5cm long; together with a George III silver mustard pot, rectangular with incurved corners, pierced and bright-cut decoration, domed lid, apparently no maker’s mark, London, 1792, 11cm long and a George III silver mustard spoon, Old English pattern, initialled, George Smith & William Fearn, London, 1796 329gr (10oz) excluding blue glass liner (5)

191 A PAIR OF SILVER TOAST RACKS, TESSIERS LTD OF LONDON, SHEFFIELD, 1966 each of five bars, with central ring handle, ball feet 8.5cm wide, 267gr (8oz)

£100-150

£120-180

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196 FOUR PAIRS OF ENGLISH SILVER NAPKIN RINGS, 20TH CENTURY comprising: a plain pair with waved reeded rims in case, a plain pair with faceted sides and geometric patterned rims, a pair stamped with seraphim and scrolls within waved rims, and a pair initialled E with engine-turning and applied cast scroll foliate rims; together with another English silver napkin ring, plain cylindrical 285gr (9oz) (9)

192 192 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER-MOUNTED PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, JAMES DEAKIN & SONS, CHESTER, 1902 square frame with circular aperture surrounded by stamped scroll foliage and flowers, velvet easel backed 22.5cm across

£150-250

£120-180

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193 A GEORGE V SILVER SWEETMEAT DISH, JAMES DIXON & SONS LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1912 shaped circular, pierced with scroll foliate alternating with grillework panels, applied scroll rim, pedestal foot 329gr (10oz), 22.5cm diameter £150-250 194 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SALVER, THOMAS BRADBURY & SONS, LONDON, 1906 crested, moulded border with beaded rim interrupted by leafage, on four ball and claw feet, retailer’s stamp Mansell / Goldsmith / Lincoln 20.5cm diameter, 346gr (11oz)

197 A SET OF SIX EDWARDIAN SILVER HOLDERS WITH DEMITASSE CUPS AND SAUCERS, MAPPIN & WEBB, SHEFFIELD, 1902 the silver holders stamped and pierced with dancing cherubs, the Copelands China yellow ground cups and saucers with gilt scroll foliage and diaperwork (one saucer cracked), in original case red leather case £80-120 198 A PAIR OF SILVER CASTERS, C.J. VANDER LTD, LONDON, 1965 plain girdled baluster, pellet pierced covers 14.5cm high, 351gr (11oz) £100-150

£120-180

199 199 A SILVER DISH, MAPPIN & WEBB LTD, BIRMINGHAM, 1937 with pierced everted border within a corded rim, on three volute feet 23.5cm diameter, 425gr (13oz) £150-250

195 195 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, SYDNEY & CO, BIRMINGHAM, 1901 of shaped oval outline, with vertical reeding, flared stems and detachable nozzles 18cm high, loaded £150-200

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200 TWO SILVER CIGARETTE BOXES, ONE GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS CO LTD, LONDON, CIRCA 1910, THE OTHER J. GLOSTER LTD, BIRMINGHAM, 1937 rectangular, the first engraved with the initials JB, the second with engine-turned lid, both cedar lined 16 and 13cm wide respectively £100-150


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201 A GEORGE V SILVER SWEETMEAT DISH, MAKER’S MARK B&F LTD, LONDON, 1924 circular, cast and pierced lip of formal motifs, 15.5cm diameter; together with a small silver bowl, circular, A. & J. Zimmerman, Birmingham, 1905; and a Canadian silver nut dish, pierced and engraved, Birks, Toronto, circa 1925, 18.7cm diameter 767gr (13oz) (3) £120-180

205 205 A PAIR OF ELECTROPLATE-MOUNTED WATER JUGS, PROBABLY ENGLISH, CIRCA 1900 tapering cylindrical glass bodies with star cut bases, each with plain electroplate angular handle and angled reeding to the girdle, neck and lid, chair-back thumbpieces 26.5cm high (2) £120-180

202 202 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER MEAT DISH, CHARLES BOYTON & SON, LONDON, 1903 oval, gadroon rim, centred by an engraved presentation inscription below the Company of Upholders coat of arms 35.5cm wide, 1072gr (34oz) The inscription reads: Presented by The Worshipful Company of Upholders to the senior warden Francis Edward Griggs on the occasion of his marriage 9th September 1950

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£300-500

206 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER BEAKER, ATKIN BROTHERS, SHEFFIELD, 1903 the flared body engraved with a coat of arms within a strapwork cartouche, underside with retailer’s mark: Boodle & Dunthorne / Liverpool 11cm high, 192gr (6oz) The arms are those of Rylands impaling Glazebrook for John Paul Rylands (1846-1923) of Highfields, Thelwall, Cheshire, married to Mary Isabel Glazebrook (c.1862-1946). J.P. Rylands, barrister and genealogist, was the son of Thomas Glazebrook Rylands, the wealthy Warrington wire manufacturer.

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203 AN IRISH SILVER HOT WATER JUG, WEST & SON, DUBLIN, 1929 in Regency style with girdled vase shaped body 23cm high, 550gr (17oz) including composition handle and finial £150-250 204 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SALVER, DANIEL GEORGE COLLINS, SHEFFIELD, 1907 hexafoil, beaded and foliate border interrupted by ovate bosses, with engraved presentation inscription below the Lucifer Golfing Society emblem 28cm wide, 600gr (19oz)

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The inscription reads: To Frank E. Griggs, with good wishes from The Lucifer Golfing Society, 9th.Sept.1950

207 A GEORGE V SILVER INKWELL, MAPPIN & WEBB LTD, BIRMINGHAM, 1921 octagonally faceted capstan form, engraved with the crest of John Paul Rylands of Highfields, Thelwall, Cheshire, complete with glass liner 14.5cm wide, loaded

£180-220

£80-120

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208 208 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TRAY, ELKINGTON & CO LTD, BIRMINGHAM, 1907 oblong, plain excepting gadroon rim and reeded handles 72cm wide over handles, 4328gr (139oz) £1500-2000

211 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SEVEN-PIECE CONDIMENT SET, EDWARD BARNARD & SONS LTD, LONDON, 1902 all stamped with ribbon-tied drapery swags, comprising four salts, a pair of pepperettes and a mustard pot, all in original leather case, mustard 7cm long; together with an Edwardian silver mustard pot, oval, covered in stamped scroll foliage, William Aitken, Chester, 1901, 8.5cm long; and a pair of Edwardian silver pepperettes, part lobed pedestal vase shaped, Walker & Hall Ltd., Sheffield, 1902, 9cm high 282gr (9oz) excluding blue glass liners to mustards (10) £100-200

209 209 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER MUFFIN DISH AND COVER, HENRY BRASTED, LONDON, 1905 shaped circular, the dish with applied scrolling foliage border, the domed cover embossed in the manner of William Cripps, engraved in facsimilar with the name Jessie, cast marigold finial 18.5cm diameter, 543gr (17oz) excluding electroplate liner £200-300

212 212 A GEORGE V SILVER SALVER, WALKER & HALL LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1924 shaped rim with beading interrupted by rosettes and foliage, on three ball and claw feet 31cm diameter, 791gr (25oz) £250-350

210 210 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER BOWL, ELKINGTON & CO LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1908 with husk pierced band to the sides 25.5cm diameter, 694gr (22oz) £200-300

213 A VICTORIAN SILVER CHAMBERSTICK, HENRY STRATFORD, LONDON, 1895 shaped circular base, urn shaped sconce, detachable nozzle, Cscroll handle, gadroon rims, complete with conical extinguisher 15.5cm diameter, 274gr (8oz) £100-150

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214 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER CHAMBERSTICKS, R. & S. GARRARD & CO, LONDON, 1904 plain, welled circular bases engraved with double crests rising to pedestal urn-shaped sconces and detachable nozzles, the C-scroll handles supporting the similarly crested conical extinguishers 18cm long, 895gr (28oz) £600-900 215 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER LARGE SAUCEBOATS, CHARLES BOYTON & SON, LONDON, 1901 oval, gadroon rims, shell-headed pad feet and C-scroll handles 22.5cm long, 954gr (30oz)

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£400-600 216 A VICTORIAN SILVER SALVER, MARTIN, HALL & CO LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1899 plain excepting the shell and scroll moulded rim, on four ball and claw feet 42.5cm, 1919gr (61oz) £700-1000 217 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER BOWLS, C.S. HARRIS & SONS LTD, LONDON, 1907 in George III style, shaped oval, gadroon rims interrupted by rocaille and scrolled end handles, engraved with a crest and motto, short pedestal bases 27cm long, 956gr (30oz)

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£500-800

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218 218 A VICTORIAN SILVER-MOUNTED WATER JUG, WILLIAM MAMMETT & SONS, SHEFFIELD, 1899 tapering cylindrical cut-glass body, silver scroll handle and plain neck mount 24cm high £400-600

220 220 A VICTORIAN SILVER COFFEE POT, COOPER BROTHERS, SHEFFIELD, 1897 the urn-shaped body with shaped panels of scrolling foliate bright-cutting below a shoulder of chased acanthus, leaf-wrapped silver handle 26cm high, 918gr (29oz) including ivory insulators and mother-ofpearl finial £300-500

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219 A GEORGE V SILVER THREE-PIECE TEA SET, JOSEPH GLOSTER LTD, BIRMINGHAM, 1914 the shaped oval bodies initialled W between bright-cut ribbon-tied floral swags teapot 27cm long, 934gr (30oz) including composition handle and finial

221 A PAIR OF GEORGE V SILVER CANDLESTICKS, HAWKSWORTH, EYRE & CO LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1924 in George I octagonally faceted style, detachable nozzles 19cm high, loaded

£280-320

£300-400

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222 222 A VICTORIAN SILVER MUSTARD POT, SPURRIER & CO, BIRMINGHAM, 1899 on three paw feet, cylindrical body pierced and engraved with birds and scroll foliage surrounding a crested oval, crested lid with shell thumbpiece, 8.5cm high; together with a pair of Edwardian silver salt cellars, Charles Stuart Harris, London, 1902, oval, each on four ball and claw feet, pierced and engraved with laurel swags over pales below a gadroon rim, 8.5cm long; and a pair of silver salt spoons and a mustard spoon, various dates and makers, Fiddle pattern, crested or initialled 283gr (9oz) (6) £180-220 223 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SALT CELLAR, ELLIS JACOB GREENBERG, BIRMINGHAM, 1908 oval, pierced below the reeded scalloped rim, on panel feet, 9.5cm wide; together with a George V silver mustard pot, oval, pale pierced, spiral twist finial, Charles Weale, Birmingham, 1924, 8.5cm wide; and a pair of Edwardian silver sweetmeat dishes, shaped oval, pierced with interlaced ovals and stamped with scrolls, King & Sons, Chester, 1901, 15.5cm long 229gr (7oz) excluding two blue glass liners (4)

225 225 A VICTORIAN SILVER-MOUNTED CLARET JUG, CHARLES EDWARDS, LONDON, 1879 the glass body etched with butterflies between floral swags above a band of berried laurel, reeded glass handle, the silver neck and lid mounts with foliage between arabesque straps, the cast finial formed as a lion rampant supporting a crested shield 29.5cm high £600-900

£100-150

224 224 A VICTORIAN SILVER CANDLESTICK, MAPPIN & WEBB LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1898 die-stamped in George II style, shell motifs at the angles, 25.7cm high, loaded; together with a silver cream jug, Nathan & Hayes, Chester, 1911, 12cm high; and a silver sauceboat, on three supports, gadroon bordered lip, flying scroll handle, Barker Brothers & Sons Ltd, Birmingham, 1931 443gr (14oz) excluding the candlestick (3)

226 226 A SUITE OF SIX VICTORIAN SILVER VASES, ATKIN BROTHERS, SHEFFIELD, 1890 all with trumpet-shaped bodies engraved with a crest surrounded by stamped scroll foliage above a band of embellished palmettes, comprising a pair of larger vases with egg and dart domed bases and four smaller vases with plain spreading bases 14cm and 10cm high, loaded bases £200-300

£250-350

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227 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER SAUCE TUREENS AND COVERS, CHARLES STUART HARRIS, LONDON, 1898 in late 18th century style, fluted boat-shaped with applied beaded borders, pedestal feet, finials mirroring the shape of the tureens 24.7cm over end handles, 1358gr (43oz)

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£500-700

230 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER SWEETMEAT DISHES, GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS CO, LONDON, 1894 heart-shaped, scroll pierced and stamped sides, on cast openwork scroll spreading bases, 11.5cm long; together with a pair of Edwardian silver sweetmeat dishes, diaper pierced sides above shaped beaded rims, Nathan & Hayes, Chester, 1907, 11cm diameter 296gr (9oz) (4) £100-200

228 228 A VICTORIAN SILVER SUGAR BASKET AND SUGAR SIFTER, EDWARD BARNARD & SONS, LONDON, 1872/73 ribbed boat-shaped, engraved with the initial B and with brightcut and wrigglework decoration 15.3cm wide, 294gr (9oz) £150-250 229 A VICTORIAN SILVER WAITER, HAWKSWORTH, EYRE & CO LTD, LONDON, 1899 plain except for the moulded and reeded rim, on three pad feet 16cm diameter, 226gr (7oz) £100-150

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231 231 AN EDWARDIAN PIERCED SILVER SALVER, WILLIAM AITKEN, BIRMINGHAM, 1903 pierced and engraved with scrolled foliage around the central vacant roundel, moulded border with gadroon and shell rim 27cm diameter, 363gr (11oz) £120-180


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232 A GEORGE V SILVER MODEL OF A TUDOR GALLEON, WILLIAM COMYNS & SONS, LONDON, 1912 the fully rigged vessel with mainsail decorated with a cipher for Queen Elizabeth I below a flag embossed with her coat-of-arms, the deck with coils of rope and sailors at work, below with twenty-four cannon at the open gunports above the silvery sea, on ebonised wood plinth with inscribed silver plaque 53cm long, 49cm high overall The inscription reads: ‘Launch of S.S. ‘’San Dunstano’’ May 21st 1912. The ceremony was performed by Mrs. Hopkinson to whom this Silver Ship is presented by The Eagle Oil Transport Co. Ltd. as a memento of the occasion.’ The S.S. San Dunstano, a steam tanker of 6,238 tons built by Swan Hunter, was the first of twenty such vessels ordered for use by the Eagle Oil Transport Co., a company founded in 1912 by Weetman Dickinson Pearson, Baron Cowdray of Midhurst. A similar model of a galleon was presented to Lady Bowring in 1913, on the launch of the S.S. San Fraterno, the third vessel in the series, see Neal Auction Company, New Orleans, 12 & 13 October 2002 , lot 594. £2500-3500

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233 233 A VICTORIAN SILVER-MOUNTED HUNTING FLASK, W. & G. NEAL, LONDON, 1895 with plain tapering cylindrical glass body, hinged silver bayonet closing lid, in its tan leather saddle fitting case flask 24cm long £200-300 234 A VICTORIAN SILVER TOILET POT AND COVER, TOM HAYES, BIRMINGHAM, 1894 cylindrical, embossed, gilt interior 9.5cm high; together with a silver and leather-mounted spirit flask, detachable beaker base, G. & J. Hawksley Ltd., Sheffield, 1895, 12cm high, the underside stamped: ‘H. GREAVES NEW ST. BIRMINGHAM’ 181gr (5oz) (2)

236 236 A VICTORIAN SILVER COFFEE POT, EDWARD BARNARD & SONS, LONDON, 1877 plain baluster, engraved with a coat of arms, on scroll panel feet, with fluted silver handle and spout, cast flowerbud finial 25.5cm high, 850gr (27oz) including insulators £300-500

£80-120

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235 A VICTORIAN SILVER SPIRIT FLASK, THOMAS WILLIAM DEE, RETAILED BY F. WEST (LATE PALMER), LONDON, 1840 plain oval except for an engraved crest, stamped towards base on one side: F. WEST / LATE / PALMER and on the other: V♔R / No 1 / ST JAMESS STREET, with screw cap, 11cm high; together with another silver spirit flask, Walker & Hall Ltd., Sheffield, 1929, of plain oblong pocket fitting form, with bayonet-fitting hinged lid, 9.5cm high 191gr (6oz) (2)

237 A VICTORIAN SILVER SALVER, RICHARD SIBLEY II FOR SIBLEY & WAPLE, LONDON, 1842 shaped circular, crested, moulded border with reeded rim, on three scroll panel feet, underside with Makepeace & Walford retailer’s stamp MAKEPEACE / LONDON 22cm diameter, 401gr (12oz)

F. West (late Palmer) of 1 St. James’s Street, listed in 1841 as cutler, dressing case and needle manufacturer to Her Majesty, HRH Prince Albert, to the Queen Dowager and to HRH the Duchess of Kent.

£180-220 238 A VICTORIAN SILVER SUGAR BOWL, REILY & STORER, LONDON, 1839 melon shaped, engraved with a coat of arms, with foliate panel feet, leafy scroll handles and gilt interior, 21.5cm wide; together with a Victorian silver milk jug, William Hunter, London, 1839, baluster, chased with a band of flowerheads and tendrils, cast scroll and leaf panel feet and applied rim, leafy scroll handle, 15cm high 792gr (25oz) (2)

£150-250

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239 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER-GILT GOTHIC PATTERN CANDELABRA, JES BARKENTIN, LONDON, 1869 the hexafoil bases with flat-chased tracery panels rising to knopped stems and openwork platforms each supporting six lights centred by a steeple with urn finial 48cm high, 3470gr (111oz) Provenance: Purchased from M.P. Levene, 17 June 1958; The Roger Collection, Sotheby’s London, 28-30 January 1998, lot 798 £12000-18000

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241 241 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER SALT CELLARS, C.T. & G. FOX, LONDON, 1849 circular, pierced and embossed basketweave pattern 9cm diameter, 124gr (3oz) excluding blue glass liners £300-400

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240 A VICTORIAN SILVER CRUET SET, HENRY WILKINSON & CO, SHEFFIELD, 1844 the shaped oval stand with scroll and foliate rim with one vacant cartouche and one initialled E, on panel feet, central scroll handle, with its original silver-mounted glass mustard pot and pair of silver-topped casters, matching, also a pair of glass cruets with ground glass stoppers and a pair of glass salt cellars 29.5cm wide, weighable silver 850gr (27oz) £500-800

242 ASSORTED ENGLISH SILVER comprising: a George IV silver milk jug, compressed circular, with a band of lobes, gadroon rim, ball feet, maker’s mark rubbed, London, 1829, 9.5cm high, a pair of sauceboats, oval, on three feet, Asprey & Co. Ltd., London, 1921, 13.5cm long, a Christening bowl, plain, in case, with an associated crested spoon, bowl A.L. Davenport Ltd., Birmingham, 1913, 11.5cm diameter, a pair of Armada dishes, plain, William Comyns & Sons, London, 1959, 12cm diameter, an Edwardian quaich, with Art Nouveau openwork handles embellished with thistles, maker’s mark worn, London, 1902, 17cm across, and a sweetmeat dish, oval with scalloped and bright-cut rim, Barker, Ellis Silver Co., Birmingham, 1969, 16cm long 964gr (30oz) (9) £250-350 243 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SHEFFIELD PLATE WINE COOLERS, CIRCA 1840 plain baluster, with applied foliate feet, handles and borders, complete with detachable liners and rims 22cm high £500-700

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244 A VICTORIAN SILVER CANDELABRUM, BATEMAN & BALL FOR RUNDELL, BRIDGE & CO., LONDON, 1841 the triform base on acanthus panel feet engraved with a presentation inscription on one side, a coat-of-arms, crest and motto on another and the third applied with a view of the Euston Arch, the stem with three cherubs harvesting the entwined fruit-laden vines growing around a vintner’s tub, with six detachable vine branches and central light ending in leafy drip-pans, sconces and detachable nozzles 82cm high, 10,820gr (347oz) The arms are those of Glyn impaling Grenfell for George Carr Glyn (1797-1893), fourth son of Sir Richard Carr Glyn, 1stBt. of Gaunts, Dorset, by his wife, Mary, daughter of John Plumtre of Fredville, Kent. Mr. Glyn, who was sometime a partner in the banking firm of Glyn, Mills & Co., was married in 1823 to Marianne (d. 1892), daughter of Pascoe Genfell of Taplow House, Bucks. The inscription reads: ‘To GEORGE CARR GLYN, ESQre. This service of plate is presented as a testimonial of the high estimation in which he is held by the Subscribers who as directors and proprietors of The London and Birmingham Railway Company have witnessed and experienced the benefit of the signal services which he has rendered to that great, and successful undertaking in the important station of Chairman of the Company. 1841’ This centrepiece (together with an accompanying silver service and a letter from the subscribers’ secretary), was sent to George Carr Glyn from Euston Station on 31 December 1841. Contemporary reports, which mentioned that the service was ‘executed with the accustomed good taste of Messrs. Rundell and Co.’ at a cost of £1,634 19s., noted the recipient’s response: ‘Mr. Glyn has returned a feeling and well-expressed reply, in which he congratulates the proprietors of the railway on their having so successfully completed their great undertaking.’ (The Railway Times, London, 1 January 1842, p. 41c; The Derby Mercury, Derby, 19 January 1842, p.2f). The Euston Arch, a massive sandstone Doric structure, formed the iconic entrance to the train station. Built by the London & Birmingham Railway in 1837, it was demolished in controversial circumstances in 1961/62. There have been several movements for its reconstruction and it has been mooted that the arch could be re-built for Euston Station’s redevelopment as the gateway to High Speed 2

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£12000-18000

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245 245 A SET OF FOUR SHEFFIELD PLATE ENTREE DISHES, COVERS AND HANDLES, HENRY WILKINSON & CO, SHEFFIELD, CIRCA 1820 gadroon bordered oblong, the detachable handles decorated with shells, foliage and flowers 30cm long £200-300

247 A GEORGE IV SILVER SNUFFERS TRAY, ROBERT GAINSFORD, SHEFFIELD, 1823 chased with panels of scrolls, foliage and shells within a pierced border of similar motifs, bifurcated fluted thumbpiece, pad feet 25.5cm wide, 358gr (11oz) £300-500

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246 246 A PAIR OF GEORGE IV SHEFFIELD PLATE SAUCE TUREENS AND COVERS, CIRCA 1825 lobed oval, applied leafy feet, handles and rims 24cm over handles £200-300

248 A WILLIAM IV SILVER TOAST RACK, BENJAMIN SMITH, LONDON, 1834 of seven bars centred by the foliate loop handle on a rectangular frame with a cast border of roses, scroll panel feet 17.5cm wide, 385gr (12oz) £250-350 249 A GEORGE IV SILVER WINE COASTER, CRESWICK & CO, SHEFFIELD, 1820 the sides chased with fruit-laden grapevines, the rim applied with foliate scrolls and shells, turned wood base with crested silver boss 17cm diameter £300-400

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250 250 A GEORGE IV SILVER THREE-PIECE TEA SET, EDWARD BARNARD & SONS, LONDON, 1829/30 lobed compressed circular, teapot with cast flower and leaf finial, milk jug and sugar bowl with gilt interiors, all with scroll handles and foliate panel feet teapot 29cm long, 1568gr (50oz) including ivory insulators £800-1200 251 A VICTORIAN SILVER COFFEE POT, EDWARD BARNARD & SONS, LONDON, 1843 lobed baluster, with cast flower and leaf finial, reeded scroll silver handle and spout 27cm high, 863gr (27oz) including ivory insulators

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£350-450

252 A GEORGE IV SILVER TEAPOT, ROBERT HENNELL, LONDON, 1830 lobed compressed circular, engraved with the initial B, on anthemion feet, silver handle, acorn spray finial, stamped: 34 28cm wide overall, 716gr (23oz) all in £300-400 253 A VICTORIAN ELECTROPLATE MEAT DISH COVER, CIRCA 1850 ribbed oval, cast doe’s head erased crest finial 35.5cm wide £100-150

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254 255 254 A GEORGE IV SILVER MUSTARD POT, ABSTINANDO KING, LONDON, 1823 compressed circular on short pedestal foot, bun finial, chased with flowerheads, blue glass liner 10cm wide across handle; together with a Victorian silver mustard pot, John James Keith, London, 1844, octagonal, with pierced panels of scrolls, domed lid engraved with foliage, red glass liner, 9.5cm wide across handle 268gr (8oz) excluding liners (2)

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£180-220 255 A WILLIAM IV SILVER MUSTARD POT, PROBABLY J. WHITEHOUSE, LONDON, 1833 compressed baluster, chased with floral panels between curved ribs 10cm wide across handle, 140gr (4oz) excluding red glass liner £100-120 256 A GEORGE III SILVER MUG, PETER & WILLIAM BATEMAN, LONDON, 1814 part lobed bulbous body, reeded rim, leaf capped handle, gilt interior 9cm high, 164gr (5oz)

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£250-300 257 A GEORGE III SHEFFIELD PLATE EGG CODDLER, CIRCA 1800 oval, engraved with a crest, two hinged lids, detachable wirework egg frame for four, 20th Century replacement handle 14cm wide £150-250 258 A SHEFFIELD PLATE TRAY, UNMARKED, ENGLISH, CIRCA 1830 oblong, gadroon border with leaf-flanked shells at the angles, on eight button supports 67cm over handles £150-250

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259 A GEORGE III SILVER SOUP TUREEN AND COVER, WILLIAM FOUNTAIN, LONDON, 1802 oval, engraved with a coat of arms below the gadroon rim, on four leaf-capped palmette panel feet, with C-scroll foliate and reeded double handles, the cover with a band of lobes below the loop handle and above the crest and initials FC probably for Frances Caulfield 38cm wide, 3609gr (116oz) Provenance: Sotheby’s, London, 28 February 1991, lot 139; Private Collection The arms are those of Caulfeild quartering the quarterly arms of Crofton and (? Proctor or Croker) for St. George Caulfeild of Cunamon Castle, co. Roscommon, who married on 2 April 1802 Frances (1777-1831), fourth daughter of Sir Edward Crofton, 2nd Bt (1748-1797) by Anne (or Armida) (1751-1817), daughter and heir of Thomas Croker of Backweston (or Baxtown), co. Kildare. Mr. Caulfeild died in 1810. (See Henry Thomas Crofton et al, Crofton Memoirs, York, 1911) £3500-4500

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260 A GEORGE III SILVER MATCHING THREE-PIECE TEA SET, JOHN EMES, LONDON, 1802/06, STORY & ELLIOTT, LONDON, 1810 compressed circular, gadroon borders, the teapot with later fibre handle and finial, the milk jug with engraved initials 1181gr (37oz) all in £500-700 261 A GEORGE III SILVER SWEETMEAT BASKET, STEPHEN ADAMS, LONDON, 1800 plain boat-shaped, applied reeded borders and swing handle 16.7cm, 274gr (8oz) £250-350 262 A PAIR OF GEORGE IV SILVER-MOUNTED CUT-GLASS CONDIMENT JARS, JOHN EDWARD TERREY, LONDON, 1821 applied scroll pattern lips, the crested detachable covers chased with leaves below bud finials 14cm high

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£120-180 263 A GEORGE III SILVER SNUFFERS TRAY, MAKER’S MARK P.?, LONDON, 1789 oval, beaded rim 25cm across reeded end handles £70-100 264 A PAIR OF SHEFFIELD PLATE WINE COASTERS, CIRCA 1835 shaped circular, the everted lips applied with scrolls, flowers and foliage, turned wood bases 20cm diameter £100-150

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265 A GEORGE III SILVER BOTTLE FRAME, PHILIP FREEMAN, LONDON, 1780 oval, the sides pierced and engraved with pales, urns and vitruvian scrolls above four claw and ball supports, central handle missing, 18.5cm wide; together with two Sheffield plate wine coasters, gadroon rims, moulded or lobed sides, early 19th Century, 15 and 16cm diameter (3) £150-250 266 AN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER SAUCEBOAT, MATTHEW WEST, DUBLIN, CIRCA 1780 oval, on three hoof supports, punched lip, double scroll handle, 15.5cm long; together with an Irish George III silver mustard pot, faceted oval, James Scott, Dublin, circa 1800, 12.5cm overall length, 251gr (8oz) excluding damaged glass mustard pot liner (2)

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£200-300 267 AN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER TWO-HANDLED CUP, WILLIAM BOND, DUBLIN, 1787 plain, baluster, spreading foot, leaf-capped double scroll handles 15.4cm, 411gr (13oz)

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£250-350 268 A GEORGE III SILVER WINE FUNNEL, MAKER’S MARK RUBBED, LONDON, 1789 bowl with beaded rim and clip later initialled R, spout with reeded border 12cm high, 81gr (2oz) £100-150 269 AN ENGLISH PROVINCIAL GEORGE III SILVER WAITER, LANGLANDS & ROBERTSON, NEWCASTLE, CIRCA 1790 plain circular except for an engraved crest within a garter, reeded rim, on three fluted panel feet, underside with scratch weight oz5 dwt/5”9, no date letter nor town marks 15.3cm diameter, 159gr (5oz) £150-250

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270 A GEORGE III SILVER EWER, HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, 1789 plain slender urn-shaped body with pedestal foot and reeded rims and girdle, lid with urnshaped finial 32.5cm high, 691gr (22oz) including wood handle £1000-1500

271 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER WINE COASTERS, HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, 1781/83 straight sides pierced with urns between Greek wave borders and bright-cut foliate swags and wrigglework edging, beaded rims, wood bases, each with a vacant roundel 12cm diameter £1000-1500

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272 A GEORGE III SILVER COFFEE POT, HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, 1782 plain baluster, short pedestal foot, beaded borders, lid with urn finial 31cm high, 805gr (25oz) £1000-1500

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273 A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT STAND, HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, 1785 plain oval, beaded borders, ball and claw feet 16cm long, 147gr (4oz) £150-250

272 274 A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT ON STAND, HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, 1784 the oval teapot with beaded borders and bright-cut engraved ovals surmounted by ribbons and above laurel sprays, one oval with scrolling intials MET, the other oval vacant, oval stand similarly bright-cut, initialled, and beaded, on four ball and claw feet teapot 27cm long, 667gr (21oz) including handle £800-1200

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275 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER SAUCEBOATS, HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, 1783 oval, beaded rims, shell-headed pad feet, leaf-capped C-scroll handles 16cm long, 413gr (13oz) £1000-1500 276 A GEORGE III SILVER CREAM PAIL, HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, 1780 tapering body pierced with pales and pellets between bands of husk piercing, wrigglework borders, beaded rims and swing handle 10.5cm high, 58gr (1oz) excluding blue glass liner £300-500

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277 A GEORGE III SILVER SUGAR VASE, HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, 1777 pedestal vase shaped with swing handle, pierced with waved bands of pales and pellets interrupted by urns and a crested oval below a waved rim, shaped foot with further pellet and pale piercing, beaded and bright-cut borders, 14cm high with raised handle, 103gr (3oz); together with a pair of American silver sugar tongs, plain, Towle Silversmiths, Newburyport MA 128gr (4oz) excluding blue glass liner (2) £400-600 278 A GEORGE III SILVER WINE FUNNEL, HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, 1893 typical form, plain except for beaded rims 12cm high £400-600

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279 A GEORGE III SILVER TEA CADDY, HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, 1784 oval, beaded rims, bright-cut foliate and wrigglework borders and a later crested ribbon-tied oval, domed lid with urnshaped finial 13cm wide, 340gr (10oz) £700-1000

280 TWO GEORGE III SILVER CREAM JUGS, HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, 1788 helmet shaped, pedestal feet, square bases, beaded rims, one later crested tallest 16cm, 186gr (6oz) (2)

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£300-500

281 AN IRISH PROVINCIAL GEORGE III SILVER SALVER, DANIEL McCARTHY, CORK, CIRCA 1770 crested, moulded beneath the scroll and shell rim, on three pad feet, underside initialled MC, Sterling and maker’s marks 21cm diameter, 360gr (11oz) £500-700

280 282 A SET OF FOUR GEORGE III SILVER SALT CELLARS, PETER PODIO, LONDON, 1792 the navette shaped crested bodies on short pedestals and square bases, reeded rims, gilt interiors 13cm across end handles, 449gr (14oz) £500-800

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285 285 A GEORGE III SILVER-GILT CONDIMENT VASE AND COVER, JOHN ROMER, LONDON, 1764 Classical pedestal urn shaped, with drapery swags from stylised shells, gadroon borders, volute handles and Rococo finial, 17cm high, together with a silver mustard spoon, Eley, Fearn & Chawner, London, 1811, Fiddle pattern 300gr (9oz) (2) £150-250

283 283 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER CANDLESTICKS, TUDOR & LEADER, SHEFFIELD, 1773 the square rising bases with ribbon-tied husk swags between patera ovals, each with one oval engraved with a crest, columnar stems with spiral trailing husks, leaf and fluted sconces, crested square detachable nozzles, beaded borders, top of sconces with engraved scratch weights 1-21”9 31.5cm high, loaded

286 286 A GEORGE II SILVER CREAM JUG, MAKER’S MARK D? BADLY STRUCK, LONDON, 1744 plain baluster above spreading foot, scroll handle 8cm high, 70gr (2oz) £150-250

£1200-1800 284 A GEORGE III SILVER CASTER, MAKER’S MARK IL OVER IM (UNRECORDED), LONDON, 1768 baluster, crested above a corded girdle, the cover diaper engraved and pellet pierced below a bell finial with maker’s mark of Thomas Wallis 13.5cm high, 81gr (2oz) £150-250

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287 A SUITE OF GEORGE III SILVER CANDELABRA AND CANDLESTICKS, MATTHEW BOULTON FOR M. BOULTON & PLATE CO, BIRMINGHAM, 1797 comprising a pair of three-light candelabra and a pair of candlesticks, the four interchangeable sticks with reeded circular crested bases rising to flared stems and vase shaped sconces, the pair of branches each with two simple curved arms terminating in drip-pans below the sconces, complete with eight crested detachable nozzles, loaded sticks with following scratch weights: ‘10.6’, ‘10.8’, ‘10.10’, ‘10.10’ sticks 29cm high, candelabra 42cm high, branches and nozzles 1723gr (55oz) £8000-12000

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288 FOUR GEORGE III SILVER CANDLESTICKS, EBENEZER COKER, LONDON, 1763/67/69 cast shell pattern, one pair with crested bases and girdled sconces, another with crested sconce, detachable nozzles 25.5cm high, 2215gr (71oz) £4000-6000

289 289 A GEORGE I SILVER SNUFFERS TRAY, MARKS RUBBED, APPARENTLY LONDON, 1719 fluted oval, later engraved with a crest and later chased with flowers and scrolls, 16.5cm wide; together with three Christening or sugar bowls, two silver, double handled, London and Birmingham, 1913 and 1927, the third electroplate, two inscribed, 10-17cm 357gr (11oz) excluding two cases (4) £120-180

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290 A PAIR OF GEORGE III LATER CHASED SILVER CASTERS, JOHN DELMESTER, LONDON, 1763 in sizes, baluster, chased with scrolls and foliage, with spiral twist finials, 13cm & 12cm high, together with another George III later chased silver caster, Robert Peaston, London, 1769, similar but with domed cover, 11cm high 251gr (8oz) (3) £250-350

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291 A GEORGE III SILVER COFFEE POT, MAKER’S MARK I.A, LONDON, 1769 baluster, later chased with bands of Rococo scroll foliage on a matted ground, shaped cartouche engraved with a crest 29cm high, 982gr (31oz) including wood handle £1500-2500

292 A GEORGE III SILVER MEAT DISH, THOMAS HEMING, LONDON, 1770 shaped oval, engraved below the gadroon rim with a later coat of arms and a crest and motto 36cm wide, 921gr (30oz) The arms are those of Gladstone impaling Glynne. Provenance: William Ewart Gladstone (1809-1898), British Liberal politician and four times Prime Minister, who was married on 25 July 1839 to Catherine, a daughter of Sir Stephen Glynne, 8th Bt. of Harwarden Castle, Flintshire. Thence by family descent. £500-800

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293 A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER CANDLESTICKS, JOHN CAFE, LONDON, 1753 cast shell pattern, with matted shells and corded borders, complete with detachable nozzles, undersides numbered 2 and 3 23cm high, 1243gr (40oz) £2000-3000

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294 A GEORGE II SILVER LEMON STRAINER, MAKER’S MARK ‘?.L’ A SCALLOP BELOW, LONDON, 1730 pellet pierced bowl, openwork scroll handles 15.5cm wide, 116gr (3oz) £500-700

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295 A PAIR OF QUEEN ANNE SILVER CANDLESTICKS, JONAH CLIFTON, 1710 each cut-cornered square base engraved in the well with a crest within a scroll foliate cartouche, octagonal knopped stems and sconces, undersides numbered and each with two scratch weights No. 1, 14 2 / 12=6 and No. 2, 14-3, 12=5, each with additional maker’s mark of William Poole, Britannia standard 16.5cm high, 725gr (23oz) £3000-5000 296 A GEORGE II SILVER SALT CELLAR, DAVID HENNELL, LONDON, 1757 compressed circular, on three supports below gadroon lip, engraved with a coat-of-arms with rococo cartouche 8cm diameter, 171gr (5oz) excluding damaged clear glass liner £150-200

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300 297 297 A SILVER-MOUNTED TORTOISESHELL SNUFF BOX, ENGLISH OR DUTCH, CIRCA 1700 lobed oval, the hinged lid with pierced hinged plates, further applied with a silver oval engraved with the monogram JT 9cm wide £200-300

300 A VICTORIAN SILVER ‘CASTLE TOP’ VINAIGRETTE, NATHANIEL MILLS, BIRMINGHAM, 1837 oblong, with a view of Newstead Abbey, reeded sides, leaf scroll rims, underside engine-turned around a vacant rectangle, gilt interior with patera centred scroll foliate grille 3.8cm long £400-600 301 A GEORGE IV SILVER VINAIGRETTE, THOMAS NEWBOLD, BIRMINGHAM, 1828 oblong, bright-cut with flowers on a linear ground around a rectangle initialled M.A.H., applied scroll foliate rim, wrigglework sides and base, gilt interior with pellet pierced and bright-cut grille 3.3cm long £100-150

298 298 A GERMAN SILVER BOX MEDAL, PROBABLY AUGSBURG, CIRCA 1720 the obverse with a cast religious medal depicting ‘Jacob’s Ladder’ surrounded by the appropriate biblical verse, initialled W lower right, the reverse with a bust of Christ, the box unscrewing to reveal twenty-three hand tinted paper roundels probably engraved by Abraham Reinshart after Gottfried Rogg (Augsburg 1669-1742) each illustrating and quoting a biblical verse with its reference, one inscribed: Gottfr Rogg / del., another inscribed: Abraham Reinshart / exc. 4.3cm diameter

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302 A VICTORIAN SILVER ‘CASTLE TOP’ SWEETMEAT BASKET, YAPP & WOODWARD, BIRMINGHAM, 1845 circular, centred by a die-stamped view of the western side of Kenilworth Castle surrounded by foliage on a matted ground, wide rim with similar floral panels between flutes, foliate swing handle 17cm wide, 131gr (4oz) £250-350

299 A STAINED AND CARVED IVORY SNUFF BOX, PROBABLY LOW COUNTRIES, EARLY 18TH CENTURY shaped oval, showing traces of pink staining, the damaged hinged lid carved in low relief with a riverside scene of ducks observing a marksman taking a pot-shot at a man temporarily enjoying his pipe whilst defecating 7cm wide

303 A SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, HAMILTON & INCHES OF EDINBURGH, BIRMINGHAM, 1938 oblong, engine-turned, gilt interior inscribed ‘J.N. FROM G.N. / 25.12.38’, 15cm long; together with another silver cigarette case, plain oblong, gilt interior inscribed ‘R.I.I. / 21st March 1924’, Mappin & Webb Ltd, London, 1919, 11cm long; and a silver powder compact, cut cornered square, engine-turned, William Neale & Son Ltd, Birmingham, 1947, 7cm wide 466gr (15oz) excluding mirror to compact but including elastic retainers to cigarette cases (3)

£200-300

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304 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER NOVELTY TRINKET BOX, ASPREY (& CO), LONDON, 1903 in the form of a miniature Rococo side table of serpentine outline, the top with ‘Reynold’s Angels’ within a scroll and foliate rim, blue velvet lined frieze drawer with drop-ring cast flowerhead handle, on leaf-capped cabriole legs, P.O.D.R. number for 1893 18cm wide £300-400

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307 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER NOVELTY PIN CUSHION, WILLIAM COMYNS & SONS, LONDON, 1902 in the form of a Rococo side chair, the back stamped with ‘Reynolds Angels’ within a scroll foliate border, blue velvet covered seat, rocaille and flowerhead stamped apron, shell-headed tapering legs and spade feet 14.5cm high £150-250

305, 306 305 A GEORGE IV SILVER-GILT VINAIGRETTE, JOHN BETTRIDGE, BIRMINGHAM, 1823 with wrigglework borders, the lid with bright-cut stylised symmetric leafage on a linear ground, underside with diaperwork, grille with scroll foliage surrounding a leafy star motif 3.1cm long

308 TWO PALAIS ROYALE MOTHER OF PEARL AND GILT-METAL NOTEBOOKS, FRENCH, CIRCA 1825 rectangular, the borders die-stamped with formal motifs and flowers with flowers and anthemions at the corners, both with detachable pencils, the second with two chains, paper pages, the cover of the first engraved ‘Souvenir’ above an equestrian figures, the interior including a printed title page: ‘Souvenir des Dames A PARIS Chez Marcilly, Rue St. Jacques, No. 21,’ 9 and 7cm; together with a small cobalt blue glass scent flask, late 19th/early 20th Century, die-stamped gilt metal mounts, 3.5cm high (3) £60-100

£70-100

306 A VICTORIAN SILVER VINAIGRETTE, EDWARD SMITH, BIRMINGHAM, 1846 covered in engine-turning, vacant foliate shaped cartouche, gilt interior with scroll foliate grille 3.5cm long £70-100

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309 309 A GEORGIAN PRESSED HORN SNUFF BOX, JAMES BRADWELL, SHEFFIELD, CIRCA 1820 circular, the detachable cover pressed with two ‘dandy horse’ riders below a tree, signed BRADWELL, otherwise decorated with geometric motifs 7.6cm diameter The ‘dandy-horse,’ a two-wheeled riding machine without pedals, precursor to the bicycle, was invented in 1818 by Baron Karl Drais (1785-1851) of Mannehim, Germany. The figures on this box may have been inspired by various cartoons published soon afterwards, in which the now familiar ‘dandy-horse’ riders and their eccentric vehicles were lampooned. One such was ‘The Pedestrian Hobbies or the Difference of Going Up and Down Hill,’ an etching published by T. Tegg on 8 April 1819, part of whose caption read: ‘You have head of old Pegasus flying, no doubt, / But our Hobbies now beat him, good lack! / For when you are tired of riding about, / You may carry your horse on your back.’

311 311 A WILLIAM III PRESSED HORN SNUFF BOX AND COVER, CIRCA 1700 circular, the cover finely intaglio pressed and showing traces of gilding with a scene apparently of King William III with orb and sceptre seated on his throne below a crown supported by putti and flanked by four courtiers, a Trophy of Arms below, all amidst scrolling foliage 7.5cm diameter £400-600

James Bradwell is listed in a local Sheffield directory of 1821 as a die-sinker, engraver and caster of typographic ornaments at Bridge-houses. £300-500

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310 310 A FRENCH PRESSED BURR MAPLE SNUFF BOX, CIRCA 1815 circular, the detachable cover decorated with an equestrian battle scene with caption: ‘MORT DU PRINCE PONIATONVKY [sic] PLESSE DES ARME ET CERNE DE TOUS COTES SE JETTE DANS LE LELSTEE ET SY NOY, tortoiseshell lined; together with a horn box and cover, late 18th century, with rose turned cover and base, 5.4cm diameter 8.4cm diameter (2) Prince Józef Antoni Poniatowski, a Polish leader, general, minister of war and army chief, who became a Marshal of the French Empire, was killed while crossing the River Elster at Leipzig on 19 October 1813 £150-250

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312 312 TWO CIRCULAR SNUFF BOXES, EARLY 18TH CENTURY the first of tortoiseshell with silver-gilt sides and mount, the cover with the monogram MS in gold piqué placé, 5.6cm diameter, the second plain tortoiseshell, with gilt-metal hinge and ivory interior, 7.6cm diameter £200-300


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313 313 A CARVED STAG ANTLER SNUFF BOX, PROBABLY GERMAN, CIRCA 1820 the chased gilt copper mounts perhaps English, the lid finely carved with a woodland scene possibly depicting Baron Munchausen’s encounter with a wild boar 9.5cm long

316 AN ENAMEL SNUFF BOX, GERMAN, MID 18TH CENTURY painted with biblical subjects, the lid with Susannah and the Elders, the base with Elijah in the Wilderness, gilt-metal mounts 8.8cm long £300-400

£300-400

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314 314 A GOLD-MOUNTED LACQUER SNUFF BOX AND COVER, FRENCH, 1820s circular, the cover painted with a tavern scene of men smoking and drinking in the manner of Teniers, the sides with articles from the tavern such as jugs, stools etc., the base with the back of a lonely drinker beside the fire, with bright-cut gold rim mounts, tortoiseshell lined 8cm diameter

317 AN ENAMEL SNUFF BOX, SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE, CIRCA 1760 rectangular, the lid painted with the ‘Mrs Brooke’ portrait, white reserves painted with flowers, cerulean ground with raised gilt scrolls, gilt-metal mounts, restored 8cm long £200-300

£200-300

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315 315 AN ENGLISH ENAMEL SNUFF BOX, CIRCA 1760 oval, green ground with raised scrolls surrounding a rustic scene, shaped sides with floral panels, 5.7cm wide; together with another restored to match, with similar painting and decoration (2)

318 A GERMAN ENAMEL SNUFF BOX, MID 18TH CENTURY serpentine fronted, with raised foliate borders surrounding floral painted panels, 7cm wide; together with another German enamel snuff box, mid 18th century, oblong, raised foliate borders surrounding floral painted panels, restored, 7cm wide; and another German enamel snuff box, mid 18th century, oval, the cover with a scene of mounted soldier piercing with his lance a figure in a tree, the interior with Moses and the Burning Bush, restored, 8.8cm wide (3) £300-500

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319 319 A LANDSCAPE MINIATURE MOUNTED TORTOISESHELL SNUFF BOX, FRENCH, CIRCA 1800 circular, the cover with gilt-metal-mounted glazed scene of two figures walking down a country lane towards hill and homestead 8cm diameter See the following lot for a similar landscape miniature apparently supplied to the retailer Emerard of 20 Rue des Arcis in Paris. £200-300

322 322 AN ITALIAN PIETRA DURA PLAQUE, MENEGATTI, FLORENCE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY depicting a 17th century cavalier standing with his sword, signed G. Menegatti centre right 32.5 x 20cm excluding black and gilt frame

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320 A LANDSCAPE MINIATURE, FRENCH SCHOOL, EARLY 19TH CENTURY with figures beside classical ruins on an estuary, on paper, backing inscribed Emerard / Rue des Arcis / No. 20, gilt metal mount 5.7cm diameter This miniature was intended to be set into a box. The backing card, which is cut from a trade label listing an array of games, accessories and boxes, is inscribed with the name of the business Emerard Fils, tabletier of 20 Rue des Arcis, Paris, an establised purveyor of such goods. See Sotheby’s, London, 14 April 2011, lot 214, Property from the collection of the Duchesse de Berry, for a games box with Emerard trade label. £120-180 321 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF CATHERINE THE GREAT, AFTER GIOVANNI BATTISTA LAMPI (1751-1830), RUSSIAN SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY in ermine-bordered robes over blue dress, jewelled chain and tiara, with moiré blue silk sash of the Imperial Russian Order of St Andrew, on ivory, milled gilt-metal mount, plain rosewood frame 15.5 x 12.5cm excluding frame £350-450

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323 A PHOTOGRAPHIC ENAMEL OF ISMA’IL PASHA, KHEDIVE OF EGYPT AND SUDAN, BY MATHIEU DEROCHE (ACTIVE 1866-1904), PARIS, 1875 the head and shoulders oval portrait hand coloured with red tarboosh and black frock coat and cravat, white reverse to enamel inscribed: Medaille d’Argent / 1807 / Vienne 1873 / Procedé Mathieu Deroche / 39 Bvd des Capucines / Paris / 1875 / Reproduction MD, in original frame with champlevé enamel mount of blue and red scrolls on a cream ground within a gilt-metal stiff leaf and beaded border surmounted by a ribbon bow behind the Ottoman crown and a vacant shield, pale green leather outer frame, red silk reverse with easel strut missing, enamel 12.5cm high, frame 28cm high Mathieu Deroche produced photographic enamel portraits from his studio in the Boulevard des Capucines, usually inscribed to the reverse with the date, initials and other details. He portrayed many of the great and good of Europe and the Near East of the period (see Bonham’s 7 October 2014, lot 145 for a portrait of Nasr al-Din Shah Qajar). The process to produce one enamel involved transferring the photographic image from a glass plate on which it had been formed onto a white enamel surface to be fired in. Isma’il Pasha (1830-1895), was the Khedive of Egypt and Sudan from 1863 until removed from the office in favour of his son in 1879. Eager to modernise the region, his investments in economic development incurred huge debts, leading to greater Franco-British control and the sale of shares in the Suez Canal to the British. Interestingly the Vicomte de Lesseps, the primary developer of the canal, also had his photograph taken by Deroche (see a carte de visite, National Portrait Gallery NPG x36275). German and French prints of the Khedive, dating to the 1880s and after an engraving by A. Schnauffer, are often found; these appear to be closely based on the present image by Deroche.

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£1200-1800 324 TWO MINIATURES IN 17TH CENTURY STYLE, FRENCH SCHOOL, EARLY 19TH CENTURY both pen, ink and gouache, one showing Henri IV of France and his wife Marie de Medici beneath their arms, 14.5 x 12cm, in ebonised frame, the other of the Duc de Joyeuse, 14.5 x 9cm, in gilt-metal mount £200-300

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325 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A LADY, BY GEORGE ENGLEHART (1750-1829), CIRCA 1785 her powdered hair adorned with a white cap, wearing a ruffled collared chemise and a blue dress, on ivory, gold frame with glazed hair decorated reverse pivoting within a pearl-set gold later surround marked 15CT oval 3.7cm £1500-2000

326 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A LADY, BY GEORGE ENGLEHART (1750-1829), CIRCA 1785 powdered and curled hair, wearing ruffled collared chemise with blue edging, on ivory, gilt-metal mount set into a gold frame with pearl border, the glazed reverse with hair decoration oval 4.5cm £1800-2200

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327 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A YOUNG LADY, ATTRIBUTED TO FELICITAS HOFFMAN (NEE SARTORI, CIRCA 1714-1760), CIRCA 1740 wearing a lace-trimmed blue dress with a white drape, on ivory oval 6.8cm glazed but unframed £250-350

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328 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A LADY, BY JOSEPH SAUNDERS (FL. 1772-1811), CIRCA 1780 with piled brown hair, wearing a gold trimmed white dress, on ivory oval 4.3cm excluding turned wood frame £300-400 329 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A GENTLEMAN, BY JEREMIAH MEYER RA (1735-1789), CIRCA 1775 wearing a blue coat with gold buttons and lace, white waistcoat and jabot, on ivory, gold frame, glazed reverse with hair, locks and seed pearl monogrammed oval oval 4.7cm

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£400-600 330 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF WILLIAM ROBINSON, ENGLISH SCHOOL, LATE 18TH CENTURY after John Smart (circa 1740-1811), the man with powdered wig ‘en queue’ and green coat, on ivory, gilt-copper frame set with seed pearls, reverse with a panel of plaited hair and inscribed to the rim: William Robinson, Born 1757, Died 1834 oval 4.4cm £300-400 331 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A GENTLEMAN, ENGLISH SCHOOL, CIRCA 1800 with short powdered hair, wearing a blue coat with a black collar, white shirt and cravat, on ivory, gilt-metal frame oval 6.8cm £200-300

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332 332 A CABINET MINIATURE OF A LUTE PLAYER, ENGLISH SCHOOL, CIRCA 1665 half-length, with moustache and small beard, lawn chemise and black gown, on vellum 14.5 x 14.2cm excluding later dark-stained frame £800-1200 333 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A YOUNG LADY, BY F. READ, CIRCA 1840 half-length wearing a lace-trimmed white gown, coloured shawl and cameo bracelet, column and landscape background, on ivory, signed and inscribed on the backing card F. Read pinxit / Bath. Cheltenham. Leamington, gilt-metal mount stamped I. GUY 15.5 x 11.9cm excluding giltwood and gesso frame

334 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF GEORGINA ELIZABETH BRIDGEMAN, COUNTESS OF BRADFORD, ENGLISH SCHOOL, CIRCA 1830 wearing a large hat adorned with ostrich plumes, her velvet dress with white silk leg-of-mutton sleeves, column and landscape background, on ivory 14.6 x 10.5cm excluding carved giltwood frame Provenance: The Earls of Plymouth (Oakly Park, Shropshire). The sitter’s daughter, Selina Bridgeman, was the mother of Robert Windsor Clive, 1st Earl of Plymouth. £200-300

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335 335 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF YOUNG GENTLEMAN, BY SAMUEL COOPER (1609-1672), DATED 1649 with curling brown hair, wearing a white lawn collar and gold studded armour, dark background, signed with gold intials S.C. and dated, vellum on card, in period rectangular tortoiseshell veneered frame with modified back oval 6.2cm £4000-6000 336 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF HENRY MAJENDIE, BY JEREMIAH MEYER RA (1735-1789), CIRCA 1780 wearing white lawn tabs and a black gown, on ivory, later gilt-metal frame inscribed: H.W. MAJENDIE Bp. OF BANGOR / D.1830 oval 7.4cm Henry William Majendie (1764-1830) and his family were closely connected to the court, so it is not surprising that his likeness was taken by Jeremiah Meyer, the official Painter in Miniatures and Enamels to George III. His father was a tutor to Queen Charlotte and Henry Majendie taught Prince William. Ordained in 1783, he rose to become Bishop of Chester in 1800 and Bishop of Bangor in 1809

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£600-900 337 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF THE COMTE D’EVREUX, FRENCH SCHOOL, CIRCA 1710 with full grey wig, breastplate and blue shirt, on vellum, late 19th century gilt-metal frame, titled paper label to reverse oval 6.8cm Louis Henri de la Tour d’Auvergne, Comte d’Evreux (1674-1753), was a Field Marshall, who went on to build the Parisian hôtel particulier now known as the Elysée Palace, the French president’s official residence. £500-700

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338 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A YOUNG GIRL, FRENCH SCHOOL, CIRCA 1805 with short fair hair, wearing a white dress, gilt-metal mount, later silver surround with milled decoration 8cm diameter £180-220

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339 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A LADY, BY SAMUEL COTES (1734-1818), DATED 1779 with piled and powdered hair, wearing a plum coloured dress and a green shawl, signed with initials and dated, giltmetal frame oval 7.6cm £400-600 340 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A MAN, BY F. REUTTER, CIRCA 1800 light brown hair, wearing a buff coat, striped waistcoat and white cravat, signed and apparently spuriously dated 1790, gilt-metal mount, oval 4.7cm; together with a portrait miniature of a gentleman, English School, circa 1805, wearing a brown coat, pale yellow waistcoat and white cravat, gilt-metal frame, glazed hair reverse, oval 5.5cm (2) £150-250 341 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF LUCY CHAMPNEYS, CIRCLE OF PHILIP JEAN (1755-1802), CIRCA 1796 her powdered and curled hair bound with a bandeau, wearing a white dress, on oval ivory, gold mount set in the lid of an elongated octagonal ivory box the box 7.7cm This miniature was probably painted in 1796, the year Lucy Hornby married Henry William Champneys. £400-600

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342 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A LADY, BY JOHN SMART (CIRCA 1740-1811), CIRCA 1775 with piled brown hair, wearing a gold edged blue dress and white chemise, on ivory, gold frame wrigglework decorated to reverse and glazed over woven hair oval 4.6cm

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£6000-9000 343 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A GENTLEMAN, BY HENRY EDRIDGE ARA (1768-1821), CIRCA 1795 wearing a blue coat, white waistcoat, red slip waistcoat and a tied cravat, on ivory, gold frame, the glazed reverse with hair and gilt laurel spray centred with initials AM oval 7.3cm £700-1000 344 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A GENTLEMAN, BY ANDREW PLIMER (1763-1837), CIRCA 1795 powdered hair, wearing a brown coat and white cravat, sky background, gold frame, glazed reverse with woven hair border and gold initials on blue glass reserve oval 6.3cm £800-1200

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345 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A GENTLEMAN, BY D. HARDY, DATED 1796 with light coloured wig, wearing a brown coat and a white stock, sky background, signed and dated 1796, gold frame, glazed hair reverse oval 7.8cm £200-300

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346 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A GENTLEMAN, ENGLISH SCHOOL, CIRCA 1800 short powdered hair, wearing a blue coat, white waistcoat and cravat, on ivory, gold frame with seed pearl border, glazed reverse with hair decoration on opaline glass reserve, in a later fitted burgundy plush case oval 7.6cm high £400-600 347 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A GENTLEMAN, PROBABLY BY MARIA HALLEN OF SAMUEL HALLEN, DATED 1829 wearing a black coat and white cravat, enamel on copper, inscribed to reverse Saml. Hallen / 1829, gilt metal mount, rectangular 8.8cm; together with a miniature after Rubens’ self portrait of 1623, 19th century, on ivory, crack, oval 7.2cm (2) Maria Hallen is recorded as having exhibited an enamel of Saint Cecilia at the Royal Academy in 1829, so it is likely she painted the portrait of a relative. £120-180 348 TWO PORTRAIT MINIATURES OF GENTLEMEN, BY W.G. THOMSON, DATED NOVEMBER 1812 AND NOVEMBER 1819 both with dark coats and light waistcoats, both signed and dated to reverse, on ivory, gilt-metal mounts and stained wood rectangular frames, oval 6.8cm; together with two other profile portraits of gentlemen, English School, early 19th century, on card, similarly framed (4)

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349 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A GENTLEMAN, ENGLISH SCHOOL, CIRCA 1795 with powdered hair wearing a blue coat, white waistcoat and cravat, on ivory, gold frame, glazed hair decoration to reverse oval 5.7cm £100-150 350 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A GENTLEMAN, BY SAMSON TWOGOOD ROCH (1759-1847), DATED 1792 mottled brown coat, dove grey waistcoat and a pleated jabot, signed and dated, on ivory, later gilt-metal frame, oval 7.3cm; together with a miniature of a gentleman, English School, circa 1805, wearing a black coat, on ivory, gold frame, seed pearl initials and hair decoration to reverse, oval 7cm (2) £150-200 351 A GOLD MESH EVENING BAG, CIRCA 1912 the mesh suspended from a simple hinged frame with ball clasp, with chain strap, import marks for U & Co., Birmingham, 1912, 9 carat frame 13cm wide, 128gr £1000-1500 352 A GOLD LORGNETTE ON CHAIN, PROBABLY GERMAN EARLY 20TH CENTURY the circular lenses with spring release on the engine-turned stem, on a fine curb link chain, lorgnette stamped to bridge ‘585’

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£120-180 353 THREE VICTORIAN SCENT FLASKS, UNMARKED, CIRCA 1840-1880 the cut-glass bodies variously decorated, one green cut to clear with gilt decoration, the second cranberry, the third dark green; together with a silver-mounted ruby glass smelling salts bottle, the cover with engraved monogram, Thomas Johnson, London, 1880 8-11cm high (4) £100-150

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354 354 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER BOUDOIR TIMEPIECE, CHARLES DUMENIL, LONDON, 1901 rectangular, on four bun supports, richly die-stamped with cherubs, hounds chasing squirrels and a dove inhabiting a profusion of scrolling foliage and flowers, the back engraved Teresa below a baron’s coronet, swing handles, French keyless movement, underside with retailer’s stamp FINNIGANS LTD MANCHESTER 8cm high £150-250

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355 A BRASS LANTERN CLOCK, 17TH CENTURY AND LATER fitted with a single fusée movement with passing strike circa 1900, the dial signed Jno. Maynard, Long Melford and engraved with scroll foliage within the chapter ring with Roman numerals, turned column frame with urn finials, scroll foliate openwork frets to three sides of the lantern bell 39cm high £200-300 356 A FRENCH RESTAURATION GILT AND PATINATED BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK, CIRCA 1830 countwheel striking movement with silk suspension (pendulum lacking) signed Beaupré and numbered 11-4, case on palmette feet, plinth applied with a bow and two wreaths below a figure of Cupid playing his lyre beside an upturned torch surmounted by the gilt circular dial with black Roman numerals 46.5cm high £800-1200

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357 A FRENCH GILT-BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK, CIRCA 1900 eight day gong striking movement with silvered lever platform escapement, unsigned white dial with Roman numerals, bevelled glazing to corniche type case, with key 16.5cm high including swing handle £150-250

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358 extract 358 PATEK PHILIPPE, REF. 2526: A RARE ROSE GOLD GENTLEMAN’S BRACELET WATCH, 1954 cal. 12-600 AT automatic movement, stamped with the Geneva seal, 30 jewels, engine-turned 18 carat gold rotor, the cream enamel dial with applied gold baton numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial, circular water-resistant-type case, screw back, PP emblem to crown, detachable square link bracelet with PP emblem clasp, all 18 carat rose gold, dial, case, movement and bracelet all signed, movement No. 761.044, case No. 685.312 case 35.5mm diameter, This watch was originally purchased by the current vendor’s grandfather and is accompanied by the Patek Philippe ‘Extract from the Archives’, confirming production of the watch and bracelet all in rose gold in 1954 and sale on 17th March 1955 Reference 2526 was Patek Philippe’s first model featuring a selfwinding movement, the renowned calibre 12-600 AT. Of around 3000 examples produced between 1953 and 1960, fewer than 400 were made in rose gold. Illustrated by M. Huber and A. Banberry, Patek Philippe Wristwatches, Geneva, 1998, plate 349, p. 217 £20000-30000

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359 359 ETERNA ‘CHRONOMETRE’: A GOLD POCKET WATCH, CIRCA 1930 jewelled Swiss keyless wind movement, brushed two-tone dial with applied gold Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, 18 carat gold outer case with berried laurel leaf rims and Art Deco engine-turned back, dial, case and movement signed, case 2545110, brass cuvette similarly numbered, movement 2587292 case 4.6cm £300-400

361 LADY’S DIAMOND WATCH, PIAGET, 1960s the small oval silvered dial with Roman and baton indicators surrounded by a brilliant-cut diamond bezel on an abstract curling link bracelet strap length approximately 165mm £800-1000 362 UNIVERSAL GENEVE: A GENTLEMAN’S GILT-METAL BRACELET WATCH quartz movement, brushed white dial with Roman numerals, rounded oblong case, integral nine row link bracelet, dial, case and bracelet signed case 27mm wide £70-100

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360 OMEGA ‘DE VILLE’, REF.8270: A LADY’S SILVER BRACELET WATCH, CIRCA 1972 manual wind, brushed dark blued dial with white batons and handles, wide oblong case with snap-on back and bevelled glass, integral Omega openwork fancy link bracelet, case, dial, movement and strap signed, movement No.35176785, case No.8332/384 case 35mm wide £300-500

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363 GENTLEMAN’S ‘HAPPY DIAMONDS’ RING, CHOPARD, 1970s the black cushion-shaped bezel revealing five freely moving brilliant-cut diamonds and initials ‘S’, ‘A’ set with single-cut stones within a similarly cut diamond surround to a wide textured mount, maker’s mark and control marks for 18 carat gold size T

366 TWO PAIRS OF CUFFLINKS, 1960s oval, each link decorated with a Chinese character on a textured ground; together with a pair of oval cufflinks with machine turned decoration, 9 carat gold London hallmarks for 1966

£1500-2000

367 SMOKY QUARTZ BRACELET designed as a double row of polished smoky quartz cylinders length approximately 190mm

364 ‘ROLLS ROYCE’ PENDANT the textured plaque depicting the ‘R R’ logo within a black enamel surround on a fancy link back chain chain length approximately 450mm, 28.7 gr £1000-1200 365 PAIR OF DIAMOND CUFFLINKS, 1970s each rectangular plaque pavé-set with brilliant-cut diamonds

£200-300

£200-300 368 GENTLEMAN’S CHAIN DIAMOND RING the filed curb link chain set to the front with single-cut diamonds size Z £300-400

£500-800

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371 AN ITALIAN SHELL CAMEO PORTRAIT OF EDWARD WHITE BENSON, BY LUIGI SAULINI (1819-1893), ROME, CIRCA 1860 the profile carved facing to sinister, signed right edge L. Saulini F. 4.5cm high excluding gold brooch frame Provenance: Edward White Benson and thence by family descent to the present vendor.

369 369 SUITE OF AGATE BROOCHES AND EAR PENDANTS, 1860s the three graduated brooches of oval banded agate within textured gold surrounds decorated with chain and rope-work borders, together with a pair of similarly designed ear-pendants, all in fitted leather case (5) £800-1200 370 DIAMOND PENDANT of heart design set throughout with rose diamonds (one diamond lacking) with a glazed compartment to the reverse on a fine link chain, length approximately 440mm £80-100

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Edward White Benson (1829-1896), was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1883 until his death. Born in Birmingham to a chemical manufacturer, he began his career as a schoolmaster at Rugby in 1852, taking holy orders in 1857. In 1859 he was appointed by Prince Albert as the founding headmaster of Wellington College. Originally conceived as a military academy, Benson, inspired by Rugby and Arnold, developed the institution into a renowned public school. His rise to Canterbury came via chancellorship of Lincoln Cathedral (1872), chaplaincy-in-ordinary to the Queen (1875) and installation as Bishop of Truro (1877), where he formulated the still widely popular Christmas Service of Nine Lessons and Carols. “Throughout his life Benson was always more at home in ecclesiastical matters than in affairs of state, and he devoted extraordinary energy to the seeming minutiae of liturgy, history, or even dress. It was said by many that he looked the part of a bishop, dressed to perfection in a linen rochet copied from a Holbein picture.” The Dictionary of National Biography also goes on to say: “In his personal life Benson found it difficult to express his emotions and display affection, and he was subject to violent mood swings and extended periods of depression.” After his death, his wife (Mary Sidgwick) set up a lesbian menage with the daughter of the previous Archbishop of Canterbury, Lucy Tait. Famed amongst his six children are the writers and novelists E.F. Benson (Mapp & Lucia), A.C. Benson (lyrics for Land of Hope & Glory), R.H. Benson (ghost stories and Catholic convert), and Margaret Benson (writer and Egyptologist). (http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/2139?d ocPos=1, accessed 18.03.2015) Luigi Saulini learned hardstone and shell carving from his adoptive father, Tommaso (1784-1864), and continued in the family trade from a very successful shop in the Via del Babuino in Rome. As well as depictions of classical subjects, Saulini was a highly regarded cameo portraitist, depicting many celebrities of the day, including Queen Victoria and Prince Albert; he also exhibited at both the Great Exhibition of 1851 and the International Exhibition of 1862. £500-800


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372 AGATE AND GOLD BROOCH, LATE 18TH CENTURY the oval polished agate within a frame carved with floral and foliate decoration

375 SHELL CAMEO BROOCH, LATE 19TH CENTURY oval, carved as a profile bust of a woman after the Antique within a chain link gold frame

£300-400

£20-40

373 HARDSTONE CAMEO CLASP, LATE 18TH CENTURY the oval clasp set with an agate cameo of a bearded man £200-300 374 DIAMOND SPRAY BROOCH, 1880s designed as a bunch of grapes set throughout with cushionshaped and rose diamonds French assay mark to brooch fitting, fitted leather case, leaf detached

376 ENAMEL MOURNING RING, CIRCA 1820 the rectangular glazed compartment containing hair within a black enamel border edged with a foliate border, the shank similarly decorated with ‘In memory of’, engraved to the inside with ‘Robt. Curry obt. 16 October 1820 AET. 45’ size P £120-180

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377 DIAMOND BRACELET of articulated filigree design, collet set with princess diamonds between brilliant-cut diamond borders length approximately 180mm £700-900 378 DIAMOND HINGED BANGLE set to the front with a row of brilliant-cut diamonds inner diameter approximately 57mm £1200-1500 379 EMERALD HINGED BANGLE the intertwined foliate bangle decorated with circular emerald buds inner maximum diameter 60mm approximately, total weight 45.5gr £800-1000 380 THREE GEM-SET HINGED BANGLES each channel-set with square rubies, sapphires or emeralds accented with two brilliantcut diamonds inner diameter 58mm approximately each (3) £1200-1500 381 DIAMOND DRESS RING, 1970s the stylised pine cone decorated with graduating brilliant-cut diamonds size K £500-700 382 EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING, 1970s of abstract design, set with single-cut diamonds and a cascade of graduating pear-shaped emeralds size J £300-400 383 DIAMOND CLUSTER RING set with a brilliant-cut diamond within a surround of similarly cut stones size M £2000-3000 384 RUBY AND DIAMOND RING the oval ruby in a tension held mount set between shoulders of graduating similar mounted brilliant-cut diamonds size O £400-600

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385 ABSTRACT BROOCH, 1950s designed as a series of vertical and horizontal bi-coloured wire bars accented with foiled cabochon moonstones approximately 630 x 70mm £200-300

386 MOONSTONE DEMI-PARURE designed as a rope of articulated polished moonstone cabochons, together with a pair of matching pendent earrings, 14 carat London hallmarks for 2015 length approximately 425 mm £1000-1200

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388 RUBY AND DIAMOND PENDANT of negligée design, the tubular knotted chain terminating in a pear ruby and diamond length approximately 420mm £1000-1200 389 DIAMOND CROSS PENDANT set throughout with brilliant-cut diamonds on a fine zip link back chain length approximately 405mm £500-700 390 RUBY AND DIAMOND NECKLACE designed as a foliate fringe of oval rubies and single-cut diamonds in millegrain settings length with chain approximately 460mm, diamond and ruby section 200mm approximately £6000-9000 391 PAIR OF DIAMOND STUDS each claw-set with a brilliant-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.3 carats £3500-4000

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394 FRESH WATER PEARL AND DIAMOND NECKLACE designed as a row of drop pearls measuring 9mm-11mm approximately suspended from a graduated row of single-cut diamonds with garland decoration between similarly set length approximately 400mm £2000-3000

395 PAIR OF MABÉ PEARL AND DIAMOND EARCLIPS each pearl decorated with channel-set rows of single-cut and baguette diamonds £300-400

396 PAIR OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND PENDENT EARRINGS each central oval sapphire within a scalloped surround pavé-set with circular-cut diamonds suspended by a knife wire accented with similarly cut stones fitting to one broken £600-800

392 397 SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND PARURE the necklace designed as a row of oval sapphires linked with double tear drop connections mounted with single-cut diamonds suspending a similarly designed pendant, matching ear studs and ring length approximately 410-430mm without chain 190mm approximately, ring size N ½ (4) £2000-3000

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392 GOLD AND TURQUOISE LOCKET, 1870s the oval cartouche with pavé-set turquoise centre and glazed reverse on a trace link chain length approximately 410mm

398 GENTLEMAN’S MOTHER OF PEARL AND SAPPHIRE DRESS SET, 1920s circular, mother of pearl with a millegrain-set central French-cut sapphire, on collar stud later replacement with central pearl and black enamel decoration.

£100-150

£600-800

393 GOLD STOCK PIN, LATE 19TH CENTURY set to the centre with a textured fox head decorated with rose white sapphire eyes £150-200

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402 399 KYANITE NECKLACE designed as a row of collet-set polished kyanite links suspending a central graduated fringe similarly set length approximately 400-420mm £600-800 400 COLLECTION OF COSTUME JEWELLERY comprising: a pair of wood and amethyst ear clips; a pair of wood and coral ear clips; an oval garnet ring, size K, and smaller matching ring, size N ½; and a yellow resin drop pendant mounted with an oval citrine (7) £50-80

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401 PAIR OF FIRE OPAL AND BLUE TOPAZ EARCLIPS each designed with a horizontally set oval aquamarine accented with circular and similarly cut fire opals suspending a pear shaped aquamarine drop, hallmarked Birmingham, 2000, 18 carat, probably retailed by Kiki McDonough, with Kiki McDonough white leather pouch £600-800 402 PAIR OF MULTICOLOURED GEMSTONE EAR PENDANTS each designed as a cluster of gemstones including: garnet, blue topaz, peridot, amethyst and citrine £150-200


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403 COLLECTION OF HARDSTONE JEWELLERY comprising: a torsade of rock crystal and amethyst, length approximately 490-410mm not including pendant; four rows of polished beads including amethysts, peridots, labradorite, rose quartz and turquoise, lengths approximately 690mm, 710mm, 750mm, 765mm respectively; a pair of polished rose quartz ear-clips and a kidney shaped hard stone pendant on a metallic leather thong, length 400mm approximately (8)

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ÂŁ100-120 404 CULTURED PEARL AND JADE LONG CHAIN the row of nephrite jade beads interspersed with cultured pearls measuring between 6-8mm approximately length approximately 2450mm ÂŁ60-80

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Conditions of Business for Buyers 1.

2.

Introduction (a) The contractual relationship of Matthew Barton Ltd and Sellers with prospective Buyers is governed by:(i) these Conditions of Business for Buyers; (ii) the Conditions of Business for Sellers displayed in the saleroom and available from Matthew Barton Ltd.; (iii) Matthew Barton Ltd.’s Authenticity Guarantee; (iv) Any additional notices and terms printed in the sale catalogue, in each case as amended by any saleroom notice or auctioneer’s announcement. (b) As auctioneer, Matthew Barton Ltd. acts as agent for the Seller. Occasionally, Matthew Barton Ltd. may own or have a financial interest in a lot. Definitions “Bidder” is any person making, attempting or considering making a bid, including Buyers; “Buyer” is the person who makes the highest bid or offer accepted by the auctioneer, including a Buyer’s principal when bidding as agent; “Seller” is the person offering a lot for sale, including their agent or executors; “MBL” means Matthew Barton Ltd., Auctioneers, 25 Blythe Road London W14 0PD, company number 6504692. “Buyer’s Expenses” are any costs or expenses due to Matthew Barton Ltd. from the Buyer; “Buyer’s Premium” is the commission payable by the Buyer on the Hammer Price at the rates set out in the Guide for Prospective Buyers; “Hammer Price” is the highest bid for the property accepted by the auctioneer at the auction or the post auction sale price; “Purchase Price” is the Hammer Price plus applicable Buyer’s Premium and Buyer’s Expenses; “Reserve Price” (where applicable) is the minimum Hammer Price at which the Seller has agreed to sell the lot.

(c) Without prejudice to Condition 4(b), any claim against MBL and/or the Seller by a Bidder is limited to the Purchase Price for the relevant lot. Neither MBL nor the Seller shall be liable for any indirect or consequential losses. (d) Nothing in Condition 4 shall exclude or limit the liability of MBL or the Seller for death or personal injury caused by the negligent acts or omissions of MBL or the Seller. 5.

Bidding at Auction (a) MBL has absolute discretion to refuse admission to the auction. Before sale, Bidders must complete a Registration Form and supply such information and references as MBL requires. Bidders are personally liable for their bid and are jointly and severally liable with their principal, if bidding as agent (in which case MBL’s prior and express consent must be obtained). (b) MBL advises Bidders to attend the auction, but MBL will endeavour to execute absentee written bids provided that they are, in MBL’s opinion, received in sufficient time and in legible form. (c) When available, written and telephone bidding is offered as a free service at the Bidder’s risk and subject to MBL’s other commitments; MBL is therefore not liable for failure to execute such bids. Telephone bidding may be recorded.

6.

Import, Export and Copyright Restrictions MBL and the Seller make no representations or warranties as to whether any lot is subject to import, export or copyright restrictions. It is the Buyer’s sole responsibility to obtain any copyright clearance or any necessary import, export or other licence required by law, including licenses required under the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES).

7.

Conduct of the Auction (a) The auctioneer has discretion to refuse bids, withdraw or reoffer lots for sale (including after the fall of the hammer) if (s)he believes that there may be an error or dispute, and may also take such other action as (s)he reasonably deems necessary. (b) The auctioneer will commence and advance the bidding in such increments as (s)he considers appropriate and is entitled to place bids on the Seller’s behalf up to the Reserve Price for the lot, where applicable. (c) Subject to Condition 7(a), the contract between the Buyer and the Seller is concluded on the striking of the auctioneer’s hammer. (d) Any post-auction sale of lots shall incorporate these Conditions of Business.

8.

Payment and Collection (a) Unless otherwise agreed in advance, payment of the Purchase Price is due in pounds sterling immediately after the auction (the “Payment Date”). (b) Title in a lot will not pass to the Buyer until MBL has received the Purchase Price in cleared funds. MBL will generally not release a lot to a Buyer before payment. Earlier release shall not affect passing of title or the Buyer’s obligation to pay the Purchase Price, as above. (c) The refusal of any licence or permit required by law, as outlined in Condition 6, shall not affect the Buyer’s obligation to pay for the lot, as per Condition 8(a). (d) The buyer must arrange collection of lots within 10 working days of the auction. Purchased lots are at the Buyers risk from the earlier of (i) collection or (ii) 10 working days after the auction. Until risk passes, MBL will compensate the Buyer for any loss or damage to the lot up to a maximum of the Purchase Price actually paid by the Buyer. MBL’s assumption of risk is subjected to the exclusions detailed in Condition 5(d) of the Conditions of Business Sellers (e) All packing and handling of lots is at the Buyer’s risk. MBL will not be liable for any acts or omissions of third party packers or shippers.

The Buyer’s Premium, Buyer’s Expenses and Hammer Price are subject to VAT, where applicable. 3.

4.

Examination of Lots (a) MBL’s knowledge of lots is partly dependent on information provided by the Seller and MBL is unable to exercise exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Each lot is available for examination before sale. Bidders are responsible for carrying out examinations and research before sale to satisfy themselves over the condition of lots and accuracy of descriptions. (b) All oral and/or written information provided to Bidders relating to lots, including descriptions in the catalogue, condition reports or elsewhere are statements of MBL’s opinion and not representations of fact. Estimates may not be relied on as a prediction of the selling price or value of the lot and may be revised from time to time at MBL’s absolute discretion. Exclusions and limitations of liability to Buyers (a) MBL shall refund the Purchase Price to the Buyer in circumstances where it deems that the lot is a counterfeit, subject to the terms of MBL’s Authenticity Guarantee. (b) Subject to Condition 4(a), neither MBL nor the Seller:(i) is liable for any errors or omissions in any oral or written information provided to Bidders by MBL, whether negligent or otherwise; (ii) gives any guarantee or warranty to Bidders and any implied warranties and conditions are excluded (save in so far as such obligations can not be excluded by English law), other than the express warranties given by the Seller to the Buyer (for which the Seller is solely responsible) under the Conditions of Business for Sellers; (iii) accepts responsibility to Bidders for acts or omissions (whether negligent or otherwise) by MBL in connection with the conduct of auctions or for any matter relating to the sale of any lot.

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9.

Remedies for non-payment Without prejudice to any rights that the Seller may have, if the Buyer without prior agreement fails to make payment for the lot within 5 working days of the auction, MBL may in its sole discretion exercise 1 or more of the following remedies:(a) store the lot at its premises or elsewhere at the Buyer’s sole risk and expense; (b) Cancel the sale of the lot; (c) Set off any amounts owed to the Buyer by MBL against any amounts owed to MBL by the Buyer for the lot; (d) Reject future bids from the Buyer; (e) Charge interest at 4% per annum above HSBC Bank Plc base Rate from the Payment Date to the date that the Purchase Price is received in cleared funds; (f) Re-sell the lot by auction or privately, with estimates and reserves at MBL’s discretion, in which case the Buyer will be liable for any shortfall between the original Purchase Price and the amount achieved on re-sale, including all costs incurred in such re-sale; (g) Exercise a lien over any Buyer’s Property in MBL’s possession, applying the sale proceeds to any amounts owed by the Buyer to MBL. MBL shall give the Buyer 14 days written notice before exercising such lien; (h) Commence legal proceedings to recover the Purchase Price for the lot, plus interest and legal costs; (i) Disclose the Buyer’s details to the Seller to enable the Seller to commence legal proceedings.

10. Failure to collect purchases (a) If the Buyer pays the Purchase Price but does not collect the lot within 20 working days of the auction, the lot will be stored at the buyer’s expense and risk at MBL’s premises or in independent storage.

(b) If a lot is paid for but uncollected within 6 months of the auction, following 60 days written notice to the buyer, MBL will re-sell the lot by auction or privately, with estimates and reserves at MBL’s discretion. The sale proceeds, less all MBL’s costs, will be forfeited unless collected by the Buyer within 2 years of the original auction. 11. Data Protection (a) MBL will use information supplied by bidders or otherwise obtained lawfully by MBL for the provision of auction related services, client administration, marketing and as otherwise required by law. (b) By agreeing to these Conditions of Business, the Bidder agrees to the processing of their personal information and to the disclosure of such information to third parties worldwide for the purpose outlined in Condition 11(a) and to Sellers as per Condition 9(i) 12. Miscellaneous (a) All images of lots, catalogue descriptions and all other materials produced by MBL are the copyright of MBL. (b) These Conditions of Business are not assignable by any Buyer without MBL’s prior consent, but are binding on Bidders’ successors, assignees and representatives. (c) The materials listed in Condition 1(a) set out the entire agreement between the parties. (d) If any part of these Conditions of Business be held unenforceable, the remaining parts shall remain in full force and effect. (e) These Conditions of Business shall be interpreted in accordance with English Law, under the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts, in favour of MBL.

Matthew Barton Ltd’s Authenticity Guarantee If Matthew Barton Ltd sells an item of Property which is later shown to be a “counterfeit”, subject to the terms below Matthew Barton Ltd. will rescind the sale and return the Buyer the total amount paid by the Buyer to Matthew Barton Ltd. for that Property, up to a maximum of the Purchase Price. The guarantee lasts for one (1) year after the date of the relevant auction, is for the benefit of the Buyer only and is nontransferable. “Counterfeit” means an item of Property that in Matthew Barton Ltd’s reasonable opinion is an imitation created with the intent to deceive over the authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source, where the correct description of such matters is not included in the catalogue description for the Property. Property shall not be considered Counterfeit solely because of any damage and/or restoration and/or modification work (including, but not limited to, recolouring, tooling or repatinating). Please note that this guarantee does not apply if either:(i) the catalogue description was in accordance with the generally accepted opinions of scholars and experts at the date of the sale, or the catalogue description indicated that there was a conflict of such opinions; (i) the only method of establishing at the date of the sale that the item was a Counterfeit would have been by means of processes not then generally available or accepted, unreasonably expensive or impractical; or likely to have caused damage to or loss in value to the Property (in Matthew Barton Ltd’s reasonable opinion); or

(i) there has been no material loss in value of the Property from its value had it accorded with its catalogue description. To claim under this guarantee the Buyer must:(i) notify Matthew Barton Ltd in writing within one (1) month of receiving any information that causes the Buyer to question the authenticity or attribution of the Property, specifying the lot number, date of the auction at which it was purchased and the reasons why it is believed to be Counterfeit; and (i) return the Property to Matthew Barton Ltd in the same condition as at the date of sale and be able to transfer good title in the Property, free from any third party claims arising after the date of the sale. Matthew Barton Ltd has discretion to waive any of the above requirements. Matthew Barton Ltd may require the Buyer to obtain at the Buyer's cost the reports of two independent and recognised experts in the relevant field and acceptable to Matthew Barton Ltd Matthew Barton Ltd shall not be bound by any reports produced by the Buyer, and reserves the right to seek additional expert advice at its own expense. In the event Matthew Barton Ltd decides to rescind the sale under this Guarantee, it may refund to the Buyer the reasonable costs of up to two mutually approved independent expert reports, provided always that the costs of such reports have been approved in advance and in writing by Matthew Barton Ltd.

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Matthew Barton Ltd

Absentee Bid Form (Please print or type)

Sale Title Decorative Works of Art Name

Date 2nd June 2015

Address

Code: LINE Please mail, fax, or scan and email to: Matthew Barton Ltd 25 Blythe Road London W14 0PD Fax: +44 (0) 207 806 5546 Email: enquiries@matthewbartonltd.com

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Important

Please bid on my behalf at the above sale for the following Lot(s) up to the hammer price(s) mentioned opposite. These bids are to be executed as cheaply as is permitted by other bids or reserves and in an amount up to but not exceeding the specified amount. The auctioneer may open the bidding on any lot by placing a bid on behalf of the seller. The auctioneer may further bid on behalf of the seller up to the amount of the reserve by placing responsive or consecutive bids for a lot.

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I agree to be bound by Matthew Barton Ltd.’s Conditions of Business. If any bid is successful, I agree to pay a buyer’s premium on the hammer price at the rate stated in the front of the catalogue and any VAT, or amounts in lieu of VAT, which may be due on the buyer’s premium and the hammer price.

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Matthew Barton Ltd

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