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Matthew Barton Ltd Decorative Works of Art Tuesday 20th November 2012


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Matthew Barton Ltd DECORATIVE WORKS OF ART Including: The Mrs Sibyl Hermele Collection of Early English and Continental Porcelain, Ceramics from the Tim Clarke Collection, Decorative Works of Art from the Barilla Collection and a Private Collection of Oriental and Indian Ivories.

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

PUBLIC EXHIBITION Sunday 18th November 12 noon to 4pm Monday 19th November 10am to 7pm Tuesday 20th November 10am to 12 noon (Limited viewing)

DAY OF SALE

Tuesday 20th November 2012 at 1.00pm precisely This auction is conducted by Matthew Barton Ltd in accordance with our Conditions of Business printed in the back of this catalogue.

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Matthew Barton Ltd Tuesday 20th November 2012 Sale starts at 1.00pm

1 1 A PAIR OF SAMSON MODELS OF GREEN PARAKEETS, CIRCA 1920 the opposing pair shown with wings outstretched perched on flower-strewn white tree stumps set into gilt-bronze openwork Rococo bases blue crossed swords mark, 35cm high (2) Provenance: Paul Aaron Franck (1893-1981), silk merchant of Bromley and Grenoble, formerly of Lyons, bought these parakeets directly from his first cousin Pierre Samson in 1925 for 1405 francs. Pierre Samson was the last of the family to direct the famous Paris porcelain firm of Edmé Samson et Cie., founded in 1846 and which stopped production in 1969. Thence by family descent. £1500-2500 2 A SAMSON MODEL OF A RECUMBENT LION, CIRCA 1920 on a white naturalistic base with flower sprays blue crossed swords mark, 30cm long, crack across rear base Provenance: Paul Aaron Franck (1893-1981), acquired directly from Pierre Samson in 1922, see footnote to previous lot.

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3 A BERLIN PLAQUE OF A BRIDE, LATE 19TH CENTURY finely painted with a young maiden dressed in a white gown and lace veil within a garden scene impressed K.P.M., sceptre mark and dimensions 12 - 7 , 32.5 x 19.5cm excluding carved giltwood frame For another Berlin plaque of the same subject but of larger dimensions (40 x 26cm) see Sotheby’s, New York, 12th September 1991, lot 36, sold for $13,000. £3000-4000

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4 A GOOD GERMAN PORCELAIN CABINET PLATE, CIRCA 1830 well painted with Reynard the Fox appearing from a forest cellar carrying jewellery and trophies, the burnished gilt border with panels inscribed Reineke Fuchs / von Goethe and W: v. Kaulbach., the rim with a broad band of gothic foliate trellis 20cm diameter £300-400 5 A MINTON MAJOLICA OYSTER DISH, CIRCA 1867 moulded with three turquoise glazed reservoirs divided by panels of moulded shells and seaweed around a central circular green glazed depression impressed marks and date code, 23cm diameter £150-250 6 A LARGE COLLECTION OF WEDGWOOD BLUE JASPER OVAL MEDALLIONS, 19TH CENTURY decorated in white relief with a wide array of classical subjects 1cm to 4.5cm wide (102) £1000-1500

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7 A VIENNA OVAL DISH, CIRCA 1825 painted with a scene by Claudius Herr (1775-1838) after Anthony van Dyck’s ‘Samson and Delilah’ showing Samson being taking away from her by the soldiers, signed lower right Herr, with a broad rim of finely gilt foliate borders and panels alternating with grisaille cherub ovals against a bright blue ground shield mark in blue, impressed S / Il8, 36cm wide, reverse sprayed This version of van Dyck’s painting of Samson and Delilah (also known as The Taking of Samson) is in Vienna’s Kunsthistorisches Museum, where Claudius Herr is known to have gone to copy many of the Old Masters. £2500-3500 8 AN IMPRESSIVE PAIR OF ITALIAN MAIOLICA EWERS, LATE 19TH CENTURY in Urbino style, each body painted with differing scenes of Neptune and Amphitrite above dolphin and leaf supports and circular rim foot, each also applied at the shoulder with a group of Europa and the Bull flanked by nereid figures below the lip and a seraphic support to the scroll handle with grotesque mask terminal 77cm high, repairs to handles, minor chips (2) £1200-1800

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9 9 A MEISSEN (OUTSIDE DECORATED) GROUP ‘THE HAPPY PARENTS’, 19TH CENTURY after the model by Michel Victor Acier of 1775, the fashionable parents sitting on a Neo-classical bench fondly playing with their offspring resting on their knees, all on an oval naturalistic base above a fluted and gilt rim base polished out, incised numbers 72 and further numbers indecipherable, 18.5cm wide £400-600

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10 10 A RARE WORCESTER SAUCEBOAT, CIRCA 1765 with ozier moulding and painted with ‘agitated birds’ and interior flower sprays, the moulded borders picked out in puce 21cm wide A very similar sauceboat was sold by Bonhams, 8th December 2004, lot 310. £300-500 11 A PAIR OF SAMSON FIGURES OF A GALLANT AND COMPANION, LATE 19TH CENTURY each standing before a flowering tree, raised on a scroll moulded base, gold anchor marks 22cm high, some restoration (2) £80-120

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12 A PAIR OF MEISSEN THREE-LIGHT CANDELABRA, LATE 19TH CENTURY representing Summer and Winter, the former modelled as a classical maiden and putto holding sheaves of corn, the latter as an old man and putto above a brazier, each beneath a scrollmoulded column supporting three scroll arm branches applied with flowers 34cm high, crossed swords mark in underglaze blue, impressed and painted numerals, some damage £600-800 13 A PAIR OF CUT-GLASS TABLE LUSTRES, 19TH CENTURY each with a bluster column cut with raised diamonds, the drip pans suspending button and prismatic lozenge cut drops, raised on starcut circular bases, gilt-metal nozzles 15cm high, some chips to drops (2) £80-120


Lots 14 - 56: The Mrs Sibyl Hermele Collection of Early English and Continental Porcelain Mrs Hermele first started collecting in the 1950s. Initially she built up a collection of early Worcester (most of which was later sold), but she then developed a passion for early Chelsea porcelain, as well as collecting choice examples from some of the Continental factories. Throughout the 1960s and 70s she and a friend spent many a happy morning visiting the dealers of Kensington Church Street and Portobello Road, always on the look-out for pieces in the best condition to add to her collection.

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14 A CHELSEA FABLE SUBJECT OCTAGONAL TEABOWL AND SAUCER, CIRCA 1753-54 painted by Jeffreyes Hamett O’Neale with scenes from Aesop’s Fables, the saucer painted with `The Fox and the Goat’, the teabowl with `The Crow and the Pot’, the saucer also painted with floral sprigs and insects saucer 12.25cm wide, minor wear and glaze nicks to rims (2) Provenance: Sotheby’s, London, 13th April 1973, lot 110 The saucer’s fable is illustrated by Barlow, Aesop’s Fables with His Life, 1666, fable LX, p.121: The Fox & Goate their scorching thirst t’Aswage Lodged in one Buckett in a well ingage, The Fox by prayers does with the Goate prevaile, That he ascending on his back might scale The Margent of the well; so he againe His freedome by this engine did obteyne; The Goate (the Fox infranchis’d) then desir’d His freedome might bee by his ayd accquir’d The Fox the Goate (who by his imposture chydes) In Angry murmurs with contempt derides Saying If’s witt and beard had but one size He had declin’d this ruinous surprise Moral: Consult before you undertake, or looke, To be in perillous attempts forsooke

A teabowl with the same fable is illustrated by Yvonne Hackenbroch, Chelsea and Other English Porcelain, pl.16, fig.26, and also by Dr Bellamy Gardner ‘Animals in Porcelain’, E.C.C. Transactions, No.2, 1934, pl.VIII The teabowl’s fable is also shown by Barlow, op. cit., fable XXXIV, p.79: A Crow each verdant meadow did survey Her thirsty heate with water to allay, But none could trace, but that whose treasurie The bottom of a vessall was; which shee Attempts in vaine t’attacque when straight ye Gill She with a stock of pebles strove to fill Which bouy’d the water up, by wch she gaind That from wch else her wish had bin restreyn’d Moral: Thus ofttymes wee when force cannot prevaile The Lions skin piece with the Foxes tayle The same fable is to be seen on a Worcester plate illustrated by Marshall, Coloured Worcester Porcelain, pl.13, No.19. £6000-8000

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15 15 A CHELSEA FABLE SUBJECT OCTAGONAL TEABOWL, CIRCA 1752 painted by Jeffreyes Hamett O’Neale with a scene from Aesop’s Fables, `The Lioness and the Fox’, the interior painted with a building and trees raised anchor mark, 4cm high, some wear to interior

16 16 A CHELSEA OCTAGONAL TEABOWL, CIRCA 1752 painted in Meissen style with a river landcsape with figures, building and trees, the reverse and interior painted with a flower sprig raised anchor mark, 5.5cm high £2500-3500

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17 A CHELSEA FABLE SUBECT OCTAGONAL SAUCER, CIRCA 1753-54 painted by Jeffreyes Hamett O’Neale with the fable of `The Ox and the Toad’, the border painted with flower sprigs and an insect Sibyl Hermele Collection label, 11cm wide, minor wear £1500-2500

17 18 A CHELSEA FABLE SUBJECT OCTAGONAL SAUCER, CIRCA 1753-54 painted by Jeffreyes Hamett O’Neale with the fable of `The Lion and the Mice’, the border painted with flower sprigs Sibyl Hermele Collection label, 12cm wide Provenance: Sotheby’s, London, 9th April 1963, lot 158 £1500-2500

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19 A CHELSEA FABLE SUBJECT OCTAGONAL TEABOWL, CIRCA 1753-54 painted by Jeffreyes Hamett O’Neale with the fable of `The Wolf and the Goat’, the border with flower sprigs Sibyl Hermele Collection label, 12cm wide £1500-2500

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20 A CHELSEA SAUCEBOAT, CIRCA 1754 of leaf form, set with a branch handle entwined with strawberry flowers and fruit, the underside moulded with a strawberry plant with leaves forming the feet, the interior painted with sprigs of fruit, flowers and a caterpillar Sibyl Hermele Collection label, 16.5cm length £2500-3500 21 A CHELSEA SILVER-SHAPED PLATE, CIRCA 1752-55 with three moulded thumbpieces, painted with scattered flowers and insects beneath a brown edged rim Sibyl Hermele Collection label, red anchor mark, 23.5cm wide

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£300-500 22 A CHELSEA PEACH SHAPED DISH, CIRCA 1753-55 painted in the Kakiemon palette with a flying fox above a squirrel nibbling grapevines growing on banded hedges red anchor mark, 20.5cm length, firing faults, fine haircrack and some wear £300-500

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23 A CHELSEA OCTAGONAL SAUCER, CIRCA 1752 painted in the Kakiemon palette with the `Flaming Tortoise’ pattern within a border of iron-red and gilt scrolling foliage Sibyl Hermele Collection label, 12cm wide The pattern is a direct copy of a Japanese original. The tortoise is emblematic of the Minogame or Raincoat tortoise, which lived a thousand years, and got its name as at the end of five hundred years it acquired on its shell a plantation of water weeds which streamed out behind. In conjunction with the crane it is a symbol of longevity £600-800

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24 A CHELSEA OCTAGONAL BOWL, CIRCA 1752 painted in the Kakiemon style with flowers and prunus, the everted rim painted on the interior with trailing flowers and foliage Sibyl Hermele Collection label, 10cm wide, minor staining, minor glaze nicks to rim

25 A RARE CHELSEA BEAKER, CIRCA 1750 of flared fluted form, the exterior painted in Japanese Kakiemon style with flowering prunus, banded hedges and pine, the reverse with a phoenix in flight, the interior painted with with two iron-red and yellow dragons 7cm high, minor glaze blemishes and nick to rim

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26 A CHELSEA OCTAGONAL TEABOWL AND SAUCER, CIRCA 1750-52 painted in the Kakiemon palette with the `Lady in a Pavilion pattern’, the oriental lady seated by a bird-cage in an elegantly hung pavilion Sibyl Hermele Collection label, cup 7cm high, saucer 12cm wide, minor wear (2) Other octagonal teabowls and saucers in this pattern are illustrated by F.Severne Mackenna, Chelsea Porcelain, The Triangle and Raised Anchor Wares, pl.27, fig.47; by Elizabeth Adams, Chelsea Porcelain, p.77, pl.62; and by Margaret Legge, Flowers and Fables, p.34, no.45 £2000-3000

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27 27 A CHELSEA TWO-HANDLED OCTAGONAL BEAKER, CIRCA 1750 with scroll handles, the sides painted in Kakiemon style with alernating panels of oriental flowers raised anchor mark, 7cm high

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£2200-3200 29 A CHELSEA SILVER-SHAPED PLATE, CIRCA 1752 with shell moulded handles, painted in the Kakiemon style with a red and gold dragon coiled around bamboo, being observed by a red tiger standing below 23cm wide, minor wear £3000-5000

28 A CHELSEA PEACH SHAPED CREAM JUG, CIRCA 1750-52 painted in the Kakiemon style with the Two Quail pattern, the interior painted with a phoenix beneath flower sprigs Sibyl Hermele Collection label, 6.5cm high £3000-5000

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30 30 A CHELSEA FLUTED COFFEE CUP, CIRCA 1753-55 painted on the exterior with scattered insects, the interior with a butterfly, the elaborate scroll moulded handle picked out with a ladybird Sibyl Hermele Collection label, 6cm high £800-1200

31 31 A PAIR OF CHELSEA SMALL BASKET MOULDED PIERCED PLATES OR STANDS, CIRCA 1755-58 each painted in the centre with a bird and branches, the lattice pierced border moulded at the intersections with puce and turquoise florets Sibyl Hermele Collection labels, red anchor marks, 19cm wide (2) £700-1000

32 A LARGE CHELSEA OVAL DISH, CIRCA 1755 painted with scattered flowers and insects, the border moulded with diaper panels alernating with scrolling cartouches inside a chocolate brown edged rim Sibyl Hermele Collection label, red anchor mark, 33.5cm wide £600-800

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33 A CHELSEA `DAMASK’D’ PLATE, CIRCA 1753-54 moulded after a Meissen original with Gotzkowsky erhaben Blumen and painted in the centre in the Kakiemon palette with a coiled ho ho bird and flower sprays to the border Sibyl Hermele Collection label, 24.5cm wide The moulded floral decoration on this plate was adapted from a Meissen original known as the Gotzkowsky pattern after the service designed by Eberlain in 1741 for the businessman Johann Ernst Gotzkowsky £600-800

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34 A CHELSEA LEAF SHAPED DISH, CIRCA 1758 formed as two overlapping leaves with puce veins and painted with fruit and nuts Sibyl Hermele Collection label, The Cottam Collection label, puce anchor mark, 26cm long, some surface wear £500-700

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35 A BOW CYLINDRICAL COFFEE CUP, CIRCA 1760 painted with sprays of flowers beneath an iron-red loop border 6cm high £100-150 36 A BOW CYLINDRICAL COFFEE CUP, CIRCA 1755 painted in famille-rose enamels with flowering branches and a puce pierced rock 5.5cm high £200-300 37 A BOW CYLINDRICAL COFFEE CUP, CIRCA 1755 painted in famille-rose enamels with flowering branches beneath a green diaper border reserved with flowers 6cm high £200-300 38 A LARGE BOW BLUE AND WHITE MUG, CIRCA 1760 of baluster form, painted with a Chinese landscape beneath a diaper border reserved with flower panels, the grooved handle with heart shaped terminal painted number 23 to base, 14.5cm high

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£600-800 39 A BOW SLOP BOWL, CIRCA 1755 the exterior painted in famille-rose enamels with flowering peony and a willow tree, the interior painted with a central flower sprig beneath a green diaper border Sibyl Hermele Collection label, 18cm diameter

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£200-300 40 TWO BOW COFFEE CUPS, CIRCA 1755 each painted in famille-rose enamels with flowers and pierced rocks, the reverse of one painted with three birds Mrs D.Macallum Collection label to one, 6cm high (2) £220-320

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41 A WORCESTER SILVER-SHAPED OVAL SAUCEBOAT, CIRCA 1753 each side painted in the famille-verte palette with a wading bird amongst flowering shrubs inside a scroll and floral moulded frame, the interior painted with scattered flowers and insects 16.5cm length £1000-1500

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42 A SMALL BRISTOL PORCELAIN CREAMBOAT, COOKWORTHY’S FACTORY, CIRCA 1770 each side moulded in high relief with fruit and leaves beneath a puce border and rim, the ground scattered with flowers and sprigs, 11cm long; together with a pearlware blue and white bowl, early 19th century, printed with foliage beneath a gilt rim (2) £300-500 43 A CHAFFERS LIVERPOOL BLUE AND WHITE SAUCEBOAT, CIRCA 1760 of shaped oval form, each side painted in underglaze blue with a European landscape inside scroll moulded frames above a moulded acanthus leaf foot 19.5cm length £700-1000

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44 A LARGE LOWESTOFT BLUE AND WHITE CYLINDRICAL MUG, CIRCA 1770-1780 printed with a Chinese river scene with buildings and a bridge, a man crossing a bridge to the left, a diaper border below the interior rim 15cm high £400-600 45 A SMALL WORCESTER BLUE GROUND TWO-HANDLED DISH, CIRCA 1770, of oval form set with branch handles, painted with gilt-framed panels of oriental flowers reserved against a deep blue ground blue fretted square mark, 16.5cm long £300-500

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46 A PAIR OF WORCESTER CHOCOLATE CUPS, 1770s of fluted form with entwined handles and foliate terminals, the turquoise borders edged in gilding Sibyl Hermele Collection labels, 8cm high (2) £400-600 47 A GROUP OF BOW WHITE WARES, CIRCA 1755 each applied in relief with branches of prunus blossom, comprising; a small mug with spreading base; a large coffee cup, two smaller coffee cups, two saucers Sibyl Hermele Collection labels to four pieces, mug 6cm high (6)

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£500-700 48 A CHELSEA WHITE BEAKER, CIRCA 1750-52 of flared form, moulded in relief with three sprays of prunus blossom 7.5cm high £1200-1800 49 A BOW WHITE CYLINDRICAL MUG AND A SAUCER, CIRCA 1752 each applied in high relief with branches of prunus blossom Sibyl Hermele Collection label to saucer, mug 6.5cm high (2)

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£220-320 50 A ST CLOUD WHITE TEABOWL AND SAUCER, CIRCA 1730-40 each piece moulded with overlapping artichoke leaves saucer 12.5cm wide (2) £300-500

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51 A ST CLOUD SILVER-MOUNTED SNUFF BOX, CIRCA 1730-40 modelled as a seated Magot, his robes and the cover painted in iron-red, green, yellow and blue with two Chinese figures in a landscape, the reeded mounts showing traces of gilding Sibyl Hermele Collection label, silver discharge marks for Paris, 1738-44, 6cm high £1200-1800

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52 A MENNECY SILVER-MOUNTED SNUFF BOX, CIRCA 1750 in the white, modelled as a seated nun, her hands clasped in front, the cover moulded on the exterior with flowering branches Sibyl Hermele Collection label, indistinct discharge mark, 4.5cm high £700-1000

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53 A SMALL LUDWIGSBURG BOX AND COVER, CIRCA 1775 of triangular form with scroll moulded handle and knop, the sides and cove r painted with birds in branches and insects Sibyl Hermele Collection label, blue interlaced C’s and crown mark, 7cm high (2) £400-600

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54 A MENNECY CUSTARD CUP AND COVER, CIRCA 1760 of spiral moulded form, painted with scattered flowers beneath a puce rim, the cover with fruit knop Sibyl Hermele Collection label, incised D.V, 9cm high (2) £300-500

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55 A MEISSEN RECTANGULAR TEA CADDY AND COVER, CIRCA 1740 one side painted with a Kauffahrtei scene with three figures by a quayside, the reverse painted with two figures in a landscape, within a gilt cartouche and iron-red and puce scrolls and diaper panels, the sides painted with river landscapes, the cover painted with a Kauffahrtei scene gilt numeral 41 to both, 10cm high, some wear to gilding (2) £4000-6000

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56 A MEISSEN TEABOWL AND SAUCER, CIRCA 1725 painted with chinoiserie scenes inside gilt scrollwork and Böttger-lustre cartouches edged with iron-red foliate scrolls, beneath gilt scroll and strapwork borders, the centre of the teabowl painted with Indianische Blumen gilt letter K. to both, saucer 12.2cm wide, minor wear (2) £2000-3000

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57 A CHELSEA WHITE KNIFE HAFT, CIRCA 1752, of pistol form with steel blade, moulded in high relief with a teaplant and shell Sibyl Hermele Collection label, the porcelain 11cm long £180-250

57 58 A PAIR OF BOW WHITE KNIFE AND FORK HANDLES, CIRCA 1755 of pistol form with a steel blade and tine, the handles moulded with flowers, leaves and shells the porcelain 7cm long (2) £200-300

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60 Various Owners 59 TWELVE TOURNAI BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN HANDLED KNIVES, LATE 18TH CENTURY all with flowers, nine from one set, three similar, with contemporary steel blades (12) £250-350 60 A SET OF SIX CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN HANDLED KNIVES, LATE 18TH CENTURY famille rose decoration, probably contemporary steel blades stamped: PEAN A PARIS / 5 R DU FOUR St GERMAIN (6) £200-300 61 A PARIS BISCUIT PORCELAIN FIGURE OF PEACE, AFTER A SEVRES ORIGINAL BY LE RICHE, 19TH CENTURY as a young muse, half-draped and leaning on a column upon which sits a dove incised L.R., 35cm high, hand, dove and corner of base restored £600-900

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Lots 62 - 94: Ceramics from the Tim Clarke Collection Theodore Howard Clarke (1913-1995), known as Tim, was for many years the highly respected joint head of Sotheby’s Ceramics and Works of Art Department. As reflected in the following lots, he could not resist ‘difficult’ things, because they interested or puzzled him, regardless of condition. His daughter records that ‘often if somebody came who admired a piece or solved a puzzle surrounding an object, he would just say ”have it”, somewhat to my mother’s dismay, as it was usually something he had given to her as a present: not because he was mean, but he simply could not imagine that she or I would not prefer a rare piece of porcelain to jewellery or a fur coat!’ Educated at Stowe (see lot 86) and Magdalen College, Oxford, he was so pleased to be released from his job at the family firm of stock-jobbers by war in 1939 that ‘he placed his bowler hat on the floor and jumped on it.’ He was sent to Syria, attached to Security Intelligence Middle East, where on one occasion he detained a French officer suspected of spying by the simple expedient of depriving him of his trousers. De Gaulle was furious, but Churchill apparently declared ‘Give the man a gong’; later Tim Clarke used to claim he was the only person ever awarded an M.B.E. for de-bagging a man. Following the war, his Oxford friend, Peter Wilson, easily persuaded him to join Sotheby’s, where he soon mastered the wide variety of objects dealt with by the Works of Art Department under the tutelage of Jim Kiddell. He was responsible for teaching a whole generation the art of cataloguing. As characterised in one obituary, he also became ‘a supreme maestro on the auctioneer’s rostrum’. His papers and articles often appeared in English and Continental publications, as well as in The Burlington Magazine, Apollo and Connoisseur, and he became well known in the German speaking ceramics world for his work on Meissen sources and detailed studies of such subjects as the Augsburg Hausmalerei of the Auffenwerth family (see lots 64/65). His learned and amusing book The Rhinoceros from Dürer to Stubbs was published in London in 1986.

63 62 62 A DOCCIA ARMORIAL TWO-HANDLED CHOCOLATE CUP, CIRCA 1750 painted with marriage arms, the reverse with a chinoiserie cartouche in Meissen style, the interior burnished gilt one handle restuck The arms are those of Gozzavini of Bologna and those of Pasquali of Florence (J.B Rietstap, Armorial Général, Vols.I and II, p.392)

63 AN EARLY MEISSEN TEABOWL AND SAUCER, CIRCA 1725-35 each with an elaborate laub-und-bandelwerk cartouche incorporating Böttger lustre and enclosing a shipping scene, the rims with a gilt bandelwerk border painters mark ‘10’ on both pieces (2) £1500-2000

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64 A BÖTTGER PORCELAIN SAUCER AND REPLACEMENT MEISSEN TEABOWL FROM THE DOCUMENTARY HOSENNESTEL SERVICE, THE SAUCER CIRCA 1731 painted by Sabina Auffenwerth with chinoiserie scenes flanked by gilt figures beneath baldaquins among laub-und-bandelwerk borders in purple, red and gilding, blue replacing purple on the teabowl the saucer with rare gilt mongram mark, the teabowl with crossed swords in underglaze blue, impressed 65, the saucer cracked and with piece of rim missing, the teabowl with small rim chips (2) The Hosennestal service was sold at Sotheby’s on 7th November 1972. Its documentary initialled coffee pot established Sabina Auffenwerth as one of the important early hausmaler decorators on Meissen porcelain, identifying the painter of the rarely found monogram mark AW (flanked in this case by an S for Sabina) on this and other services. The Hosennestal service was decorated by Sabina Auffenwerth to mark her marriage to Isaac Hosennestal. £300-400

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65 A SMALL COLLECTION OF MEISSEN HAUSMALER TEAWARES, CIRCA 1720-40 comprising: a fluted teabowl and saucer decorated by Sabina Auffenwerth with chinoiseries within silvered borders; a teabowl and a saucer gilt in Augsburg with chinoiserie or hunting scenes; a teabowl painted in the Ferner workshop with rustic figures in a landscape; and a saucer painted, probably by Mayer of Pressnitz, with fishermen trawling in a lake all with some damage (6) £600-800 66 A MEISSEN CIRCULAR TUREEN STAND, CIRCA 1755-60 well painted probably by B.G. Haüer with three large scale vignettes of miners at work, the central well with a large flower bouquet crossed swords mark, 23cm diameter, minor rubbing to gilt rims £1000-1500

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67 A MARCOLINI MEISSEN FIGURE OF A PUTTO, CIRCA 1780 holding a heart on a ribbon among billowing clouds crossed swords and asterisk mark, impressed I:16., 15cm high, losses to implement in his hand and to base £100-150

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68 A FRANKENTHAL TEACUP AND SAUCER, CIRCA 1760 brightly enamelled with vignettes of exotic birds in landscapes crowned CT monogram marks, tiny nicks to rims (2) £200-300 69 A ZURICH PORCELAIN TEABOWL AND A SAUCER, CIRCA 1770-1775 the teabowl well-painted with a thatched farmhouse in a forest clearing, the reverse with a tree among rocks, the saucer with scattered flowers dotted Z marks in underglaze blue, the teabowl with incised initials (2)

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£150-200 70 A SILVER-GILT-MOUNTED VINCENNES MUSTARD POT, CIRCA 1755 of barrel form with gilt-edged scroll handle, the cover with giltleaved rose finial, the mounts with shell thumbpiece and portrait-head discharge mark interlaced ‘L’ mark in blue, 9.5cm high £600-800 71 A NYMPHENBURG TEA CANISTER, 1763-67 painted with a vignette of a peasant family carrying faggots in a landscape, the reverse with a child using a walking stick to guide a blind beggar impressed shield mark and rare ‘hexagram’ mark in underglaze blue, 9.5cm high

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The hexagram mark seems to have been the fanciful invention of J.C. Kilber, who apparently developed a workable underglaze blue for the factory and used it in his own subjects. £400-600 72 A GERMAN PORCELAIN SHIELD SHAPED SCENT FLASK, CIRCA 1780-1800 in the white, the fluted body moulded with a beaded border and with biscuit moulded acanthus terminal 9cm high including metal screw cover £300-500

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73 A VIENNA PORCELAIN ALLEGORICAL GROUP, CIRCA 1770 in the white, modelled in the round as a Rococo grotto and pierced with boulder rocks, surmounted by a group of classical figures under-glaze blue shield mark, 36cm high, some damage to applied foliage and loss of minor figures and of extremities £300-500

74 74 A HÖCHST PORCELAIN CHAMBER POT (NACHTTOPF), CIRCA 1760 of globular form with scroll handle, well enamelled with a trail of Deutsche Blumen gilt wheel mark and impressed IN, 14.5cm high, hair crack to handle

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£400-600 75 A GERMAN PORCELAIN WATCH STAND, LAST QUARTER 18TH CENTURY modelled as a young girl reclining in a Rococo foliate-scroll and trellis bower encrusted with flowering branches, another figure missing from the stepped base, 22cm high; together with a Meissen small baroque ewer, circa 1730, enamelled with Kakiemon birds, 12cm high, cut down (2)

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76 A PORCELAIN CONDIMENT STAND, PERHAPS ITALIAN, CIRCA 1770 with two bottle holders moulded with birds and grapes representing Spring and Autumn flanking a central scallop shell and raised on four paw feet 19cm high £300-500

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77 A LUDWIGSBURG PORCELAIN GROUP OF A SHEPHERDESS AND COMPANION, CIRCA 1760 modelled by Jokann Wilhelm Göz, he playing a hurdygurdy and she with a lapdog, a bowl of spaghetti at their feet, in a Rococo bower surmounted by a mask finial interlaced ‘C’ mark, 23.5cm high, her hand missing, his leg and part of base re-stuck This rare model is also found in an Italian comedy version, see S. Ducret, German Porcelain and Faience, New York, 1962, p.245, no.98 £600-900

77 78 78 TWO ‘FAIENCE FINE’ BOUQUETIERE FIGURES, PROBABLY EASTERN FRENCH, CIRCA 1790-1810 as a peasant and companion seated on rockwork with large oval baskets on their laps 21cm high, pierced covers missing, corner of one base broken (2) £150-250 79 A MENNECY SMALL URN, CIRCA 1760 painted in soft enamels with a flower-trail and scattered sprigs, incised D.V. mark, 9cm high, tiny rim chips; together with a French hard-paste porcelain rouge pot, circa 1790, painted with dot and trellis panels, 4cm high (2)

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£200-300 80 A SMALL GROUP OF 18TH CENTURY PORCELAIN comprising: a Du Paquier trembleuse saucer, a Doccia a galleto cup, a Doccia tin-glazed ice cup, a Worcester famille verte plate and a Bow pickle dish various damage (5) £200-300

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81 A SET OF FOUR VINCENNES OR EARLY SEVRES CUPS AND SAUCERS, MID 18TH CENTURY of ogee form with lobed saucers, each piece with a simple dentil border; together with three later cups and saucers, probably French, with more elaborate gilt borders all with interlaced ‘L’ marks (14) £800-1200

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82 A THURINGIAN PORCELAIN PART COFFEE SERVICE, VARIOUS FACTORIES, CIRCA 1780-1810 each painted in underglaze blue with the ‘Immortelle’ pattern of stylized foliage in vertical panels on a ribbed ground, comprising: two coffee pots and covers, a milk jug, a sugar bowl and a waste bowl all with crossed swords marks, some chips (7) £400-600 83 AN ITALIAN FAIENCE SPOUTED POT, MILAN OR PAVIA, CIRCA 1760 elegantly painted in manganese and touches of green and yellow with figures in landscape vignettes against a sponged manganese ground 21cm high, handle missing, all rims damaged £150-200

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84 A BERLIN BOWL AND A VASE, PROBABLY CIRCA 1900 each elegantly potted and covered with a pale eau-de-nil glaze sceptre marks, 11cm high and 14cm high (2) £100-150

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85 FOUR GERMAN POTTERY TOPOGRAPHICAL DISHES, CIRCA 1830 each with a named view of Berlin printed in black on a tinted brown ground 20cm diameter, some wear to silvered borders, two with small rim chips (4) £100-150

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86 86 A WORCESTER (BARR, FLIGHT & BARR) PORCELAIN OVAL DISH FROM THE STOWE SERVICE, CIRCA 1813 painted with the arms of the 2nd Marquis of Buckingham with his wife Anna Eliza de jure Baroness Kinloss in pretence, with elaborate salmon-pink and gilt arabesque borders impressed BFB mark, 30cm wide, restored Provenance of the greater part of the service: 1st Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, Stowe Park; 2nd Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, sold by Christie and Manson, Stowe Park, 23rd August 1848, lot 956 (186 pieces); T. Delarue Esq., Bunhill Row, London; 3rd Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, Stowe Park; Baroness of Kinloss, sold by Jackson Stops, Stowe Park, 25th July 1921, lot 3069 (82 pieces) J. Rochelle Thomas, St James’s, London

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87 A COALPORT JARDINIERE AND STAND, CIRCA 1810 of flared form with gilt moulded mask handles, each side painted with a landscape panel inside octagonal gilt frames against a gilt vermiculé ground the stand with three lion paw supports, 17cm high; together with a smaller example of similar form, painted with an extensive landscape in reddish brown both damaged (4)

Described as ‘The Most Magnificent Dinner Service in the World’ by J. Rochelle Thomas in the Connoisseur, 1923, the Stowe service was apparently commissioned in 1813 by Richard Temple-Nugent-BrydgesChandos-Grenville, 2nd Marquess of Buckingham (1776-1839, created 1st Duke of Buckingham and Chandos in 1822): he had succeeded to his father’s titles and estates that year, which is also the year the Worcester factory name changed from Barr, Flight & Barr to Flight, Barr & Barr, accounting for both marks BFB and FBB being found on the service. Each piece was meticulously painted with the complicated armorials and the same salmon-pink and gilt border. Having inherited the service from his father, the 2nd Duke was forced by bankruptcy to sell and the service appeared on the eighth day of the famous Stowe sale, conducted by Christie and Manson over forty days. Then comprising of 186 pieces, it was knocked down to T. Delarue Esq. of Bunhill Row for £28.18.0. Both during and following the sale, the 2nd Duke’s son (the 3rd Duke of Buckingham and Chandos) acquired many Stowe pieces, including much of the service, which were passed down to his heir and eldest daughter, The Right Honourable Baroness of Kinloss, C.I. Financial pressures on the estate caused a second Stowe sale in 1921, when the remaining 82 pieces were sold to the dealer J. Rochelle Thomas. Since then parts of the service have passed through the salerooms on a number of occasions, including a large group acquired by Mrs Jessie Woolworth Donahue, sold Sotheby’s, London, 12th March 1974, lot 63. More recents sales include: a pair of plates, Christie’s, New York, 24th November 2009, lot 151, sold for $30,000; and a 14in oval stand, Northeast Auctions, Portsmouth NH, 28th May 2011, lot 216 sold for $24,190.

88 A BLUE JASPER WARE CACHEPOT AND STAND IN WEDGWOOD STYLE, PERHAPS ADAMS, CIRCA 1780-1800 each piece applied with a narrow border of white anthemion within moulded bands 14cm high overall (2)

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89 AN ENGLISH CREAMWARE BOUGH POT, CIRCA 1780 decorated with a broad band of shreds within blue ground borders, the top pierced with three apertures and floral wreath 16cm wide, chips to inside of foot £100-150 90 AN UNUSUAL ENGLISH CREAMWARE SQUARE TRENCHER, CIRCA 1780 edged in brown and with a corner depression for salt, the centre with the probable initials T.H.C. in brown enamel 20cm wide Sold to Mrs T.H. Clarke by Alistair Sampson Antiques as a gift in recognition of the likely match of initials £200-300

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91 AN ARITA BLUE AND WHITE DEEP BOWL, LATE 17TH CENTURY painted on the exterior with an extensive landscape with buildings, trees and mountains 24cm diameter £100-200 92 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE BOWL, KANGXI (1662-1722) with gently flared rim, painted on the exterior with birds amongst flowering trees and rocks, the interior painted with a panel enclosing flowers, rocks and insects beneath a border of flowering branches, six-character Xuande mark, 21.5cm diameter, some damageI; together with a Chinese blue ground brush rest, 14cm high, repaired; and a Chinese famille verte bowl, painted with with deer and birds in a landscape, rivetted (3) £200-300 93 A DUTCH-DECORATED CHINESE PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASE, CIRCA 1760 of baluster form, with an applied blue and gilt dragon at the neck, painted probably in Delft with exotic long-tailed birds in a pavilion landscape 20cm high, rim chip Provenance: Sotheby’s, London, 19th January 1981, lot 314, and again 8th June 1982, lot 165 £300-400

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94 94 A SMALL GROUP OF EUROPEAN-DECORATED CHINESE PORCELAIN, 18TH CENTURY comprising: a Dutch-decorated lotus-moulded plate, enamelled probably in Delft with a young family in parkland; a ‘Jesuit’ porcelain teabowl and saucer, painted in black with two scenes of ‘Provender for the Monastery’ showing a monk with a girl secreted in the sheaves of corn on his back; a cafe-au-lait beaker, decorated in London with an exotic bird and dotted foliage in white and green enamel; and lotusmoulded cup enamelled in London with flower sprays all with some damage (5) £300-400


Lots 95 - 123A: Decorative Works of Art from the Barilla Collection

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‡ 96 A FAENZA CRESPINA, CIRCA 1540 shell and foliate moulded, the central boss with a putto carrying scrolls in a landscape, encircled by green and yellow leaves and panels of masks on ochre and blue-washed grounds, the reverse with concentric lines in blue and ochre 27cm diameter, cracks A dish by a similar hand is in the Wallace Collection, C59. ‡ £1000-1500

95 ‡ 95 A FAENZA ALBARELLO, CIRCA 1540 painted with a large yellow-ground medallion of a putto with a tambourine, against a blue-washed ground boldly painted with armour, the neck and foot with foliate and blue ground rope-twist borders on yellow ground 24.9cm high, minor rim chips ‡£4000-6000

97 ‡ 97 A BIANCO DI FAENZA CRESPINA, CIRCA 1560 painted in ‘compendiario’ style with a winged putto holding a ball, against a shell moulded ground, the exterior moulded with bearded masks 24cm diameter, some hair cracks and chips ‡ £300-500

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‡ 98 A NAPLES (REAL FABBRICA FERDINANDEA) PORCELAIN BUST OF “SUMMER”, CIRCA 1790 as a Bacchic youth wearing a vine wreath and leopard-skin, looking to sinister, on a gilt-edged socle, mounted on a contemporary Meissen pedestal 13cm high overall, the bust 8cm, some chips Provenance: with Sestrieri, Rome, 1960 ‡ £400-600

98 ‡ 99 A NAPLES (REAL FABBRICA FERDINANDEA) BUST OF “WINTER”, 1785-1795 as a drawn old man in a white headdress and cloak, looking anxiously upwards, on a simple socle mounted on a contemporary Meissen moulded pedestal the bust 8.5cm, 13cm high, some restoration Provenance: with Sestrieri, Rome, 1960 ‡ £600-800

99 ‡ 100 A NAPLES (REAL FABBRICA FERDINANDEA) PORCELAIN BUST OF A ROMAN SOLDIER, CIRCA 1790 wearing blue-edged armour and a helmet with a dragon crest, on a gilt-edged socle, molunted on a contemporary Meissen pedestal base 14.8cm high, some chips and losses ‡ £400-600

100 ‡ 101 A BUEN RETIRO PORCELAIN BUST OF “WINTER”, 1760-1770 as a bearded old man with his head covered in green-edged drapery, the flesh stippled in red, on a gilt-edged socle mounted on a contemporary Meissen pedestal 13cm high overall, the bust 8cm Provenance: with Sestrieri, Rome,1960 For a similar bust allegorical of Winter, in the Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte, see A. Caròla-Perotti, Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte, Ceramiche, Naples, 2006, no.212. ‡ £400-600

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‡ 102 A CAPODIMONTE GROUP OF RABBIT HUNTERS (‘SCHERZI AGRESTI TRA INNAMORATI’), MODELLED BY G. GRICCI, CIRCA 1755-1759 a sleeping huntswoman leaning on a branch with her dog at her feet, her gun cradled in her arm and a rabbit hung from the branch, about to be surprised from behind by a companion who reaches towards her around the tree 21.5cm high, some restoration This group belongs to the series of “Gruppi Galanti”, for further information see A. Caròla-Perotti, Naples, 1986, pp.164-167. The pair to this group is the “Sleeping Fisher”, which shares a similar composition and a rich colour palette, typical of Gricci production after 1755. For another example of this rare group, see A. Mottola Molfino, vol.II, colour plate XLV. ‡ £4000-6000

102 ‡ 103 A CAPODIMONTE FIGURE OF A DANCING PEASANT, MODELLED BY G. GRICCI, CIRCA 1750-55 holding a garland of fruit with both his arms and around his back while dancing, dressed in white with yellow shoes, on a rectangular base 16.8cm high, some restoration Provenance: Christie’s, Rome, 9 May 1998, lot 268 Exhibited: Le Porcellane dei Borbone di Napoli, Capodimonte e real Fabbrica Ferdinandea 1743-1806, Museo Archeologico, Naples, 1986 This model is part of a series of dancers modelled by Giuseppe Gricci, which was meant to be displayed on the table, most probably together with “still-life” services. A similar example is illustrated by Francesco Stazzi, Capodimonte, Milan, 1972, ill. 79 and by Angela Caròla-Perrotti, Le porcellane napoletane dell’Ottocento (18071860), Naples, 1986, n.149, p.205. ‡ £2000-3000

103 ‡ 104 A NAPLES (REAL FABBRICA FERDINANDEA) POLYCHROME GROUP OF A BOY AND MONKEY, CIRCA 1785 the boy in peasant dress, a bag over his shoulder, offering fruit to the monkey who sits beside him on a rocky outcrop; and a separate rocky base, probably Nove, late 18th century 19cm high, some restoration (2) ‡ £800-1200

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‡ 105 A BUEN RETIRO GROUP OF VINTAGERS, MODELLED BY G. GRICCI, CIRCA 1780-1785 with a man, woman and child around a pedestal strewn with grapes, the man and boy carousing, the woman industriously gathering grapes, a barrel of bunches at her feet, on a canted rectangular base raised on four feet 31cm high, some restoration ‡ £2000-3000

105 ‡ 106 A CAPODIMONTE FIGURE OF A DANCING GIRL, MODELLED BY G. GRICCI, CIRCA 1750 in a dancing pose, holding out the tips of her flowered apron, wearing an orange bodice and a yellow skirt with gold stars 15cm high, firing crack The model of this dancing figure is close to the girl in the group “Il Minuetto” published by A. Caròla-Perrotti, op. cit., Naples, 1986, n.104,104b, p.168; pc. XXXII, stressing the iconographic source from Watteau’s work. ‡ £2000-3000

106 ‡ 107 A CAPODIMONTE FIGURE OF A GIRL WITH A BASKET, MODELLED BY G. GRICCI, CIRCA 1750 wearing a headscarf and flower-decorated dress, the rectangular basket at her feet 15cm high This salt-cellar figure shows Giuseppe Gricci’s elegant approach to the production of gallant models, derived from silver sources. For a similar model, see A. Caròla-Perrotti, op.cit., Naples, 1986, n.152, 153 b. ‡ £2000-3000

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‡ 108 A CAPODIMONTE OR BUEN RETIRO GROUP OF A LADY AND GENTLEMAN, MODELLED BY G. GRICCI, THE PORCELAIN CIRCA 1758-1763, LATER DECORATED the lady cradling a spaniel puppy in her arms, the gentleman seated on rocks at her side and tickling its chin, their clothes later picked out in bright colours 22cm high, some restoration This group typifies Gricci’s mature Rococo style which evolved after about 1755. For similar models, see F. Stazzi, op. cit., Milan, 1972, no.90, pp.286/288; A. CaròlaPerrotti, op. cit., Milan, 2007, no.21c; A. Mottola Moldino, Porcellana in Italia, Busto Arizio, 1977, fig.212. and V. de Martini, Florence, 1980, no.350. ‡ £800-1200

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‡ 109 A CAPODIMONTE FIGURE OF AN EEL SELLER, MODELLED BY G. GRICCI, CIRCA 1750 wearing a turban and a short puce coat, proffering an eel from the covered box upon which he leans, on a mossy rockwork base 15.2cm high, some restoration and chips This figure belongs to the series of models of ‘Cries of Naples’, typifying 18th century street characters. For a full discussion of “Le voci di Napoli” see A.Caròla-Perrotti, op.cit., Naples, 1986, pp.187-189. ‡ £3000-5000

109 ‡ 110 A CAPODIMONTE GROUP OF PILGRIMS “I PELLEGRINI”, MODELLED BY G. GRICCI, CIRCA 1750-1755 the lady holding her companion’s hand, each with emblematic scallop shells attached to their costume 21.5cm high, some restoration This group displays a highly fashionable 18th century theme, popular at the Capodimonte manufactory: “The Pilgrims of Love”. Sourced from the Commedia dell’Arte “Les Trois Cousins” by Dancourt, the scene shows the pilgrimage of a group of young lovers to the island of Citera. For a similar model, see A. Caròla-Perrotti, op.cit., Naples, 1986, n.105, p.168; pl. XXXIII. ‡ £3000-5000

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‡ 111 A CAPODIMONTE TEA CADDY, 1750-55 the substantially-potted baluster body painted with a vignette of partiallysubmerged ruins at a lake’s edge beside a tomb 11.5cm high, some restoration ‡ £800-1200

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‡ 112 A CAPODIMONTE TEAPOT AND A COVER, THE TEAPOT CIRCA 1750 painted by Giovanni Caselli with large-scale vignette studies of fruit on mossy rocks below a border of gilt and enamelled formal flowers and foliage, gilt caryatid handle and mask spout, the later cover decorated to match 15cm wide

‡ 113 TWO CAPODIMONTE CUPS AND SAUCERS, CIRCA 1750 painted by Giovanni Caselli with Chinese figures in gilt robes on grassy terraces with fences, the inner rims with gilt scrollwork. The perfect technique and the high quality of the miniature paintings support the attribution to Giovanni Caselli. For a similar cup with two figures standing before an obelisk see A. CaròlaPerrotti, op. cit., Naples, 1986, N.23, and A. Mottola Molfino, op. cit., pl. XXVI. A cup and saucer with Chinese figures in gilt robes was sold by Sotheby’s in Milan, La Collezione Vivolo, 13 November 2007, lot 20

Provenance: with Lucakcs-Donath, Rome, 1989 This teapot can be compared with a pair of cups and saucers “a natura morta” showing the same gilt caryatid handles and gilt scroll borders entwined with polychrome flowers sprays, for a further information see A. Carola-Perrotti, op.cit., Naples, 1986, pp.108-110, no. 54.

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‡ 114 EIGHT TEABOWLS AND SAUCERS AND A LARGER TEABOWL, LE NOVE, CIRCA 1785 decorated with gilt flower sprigs, asterisk mark in iron-red, together with a Doccia saucer, circa 1810, painted with a named view of the ‘Lazzaretto di Nisica’ within gilt borders caption in black and gilt star mark (18)

‡ 116 A CAPODIMONTE TWO-HANDLED ÉCUELLE AND COVER, CIRCA 1750 with green and gilt fruiting branch handles and finial, each piece, painted by Giovanni Caselli, with studies of fruit in landscape vignettes within gilt line borders 19cm diameter, some restoration, cracks and losses Provenance: with Sestrieri, Rome, 1960

£200-300 ‡ 115 A GERMAN PORCELAIN HUNTING GROUP, CIRCA 1770 moulded as two dogs attacking a wild boar, their fur naturalistically painted, on an irregular mossy base, underglaze blue crossed swords mark and dot 13.5cm high, some cracks and restoration

For an écuelle and cover painted with still life of fruit in a wooded landscape and with branch shaped handles and finials, see A. Caròla - Perrotti, op. cit., Naples, 1986, n.64. A similar écuelle was sold by Sotheby’s Milan, La Collezione Questa, 2 March 2005, lot 309. ‡ £2000-3000

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‡ 117 A RARE KLOSTER-VEILSDORF FIGURE OF THE LISTENING HARLEQUIN, MODELLED BY W. NEU, CIRCA 1765 in black mask and cap, one hand cupping his ear, dressed from head to foot in motley, a soft hat covering the slapstick at his waist 15cm high Provenance: Sotheby’s, Geneva, 14 November 1989, lot 62 The model is after Probst’s engraving when he is delivering a fake love letter to the lovesick Capitano. For similar models, see B. Abraham, p.124, Meredith Chilton, Harlequin Unmasked, Toronto, 2001, fig.60 and R. Jansen, Commedia dell’Arte: Fest der Komydianten, Stuttgart, 2001, fig. 75. ‡ £3000-5000

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‡ 118 A KLOSTER-VEILSDORF FIGURE OF CAPITANO SPAVENTO OR RODOMOND, MODELLED BY W. NEU, CIRCA 1765 leaning on a tall staff, wearing a blackskull-cap, cloak and suit incised numeral 10, 16.5cm high, some restoration Provenance: Christie’s, London, 5 December 1994, lot 278 A similar model, with its original sword, is entitled ‘Capitaine Rodomond’ by R. Jansen, op. cit., fig. 80. ‡ £4000-6000

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‡ 119 A WÜRZBURG FIGURE OF PANTALONE, MODELLED BY F. TIETZ, CIRCA 1775 dressed in a long yellow cloak and a costume decked with puce flower sprays, her hands behind her back, on a low plinth 15cm high some restoration Provenance: Blohm Collection, Sotheby’s, London, 5 July 1960, lot 170 Christie’s London, 12 March 1990, lot 52 Literature: Siegfried Ducret, Würzburger Porzellan des 18 Jahrhunderts, Braunschweig, 1968, p. 148. The Würzburg factory, which existed only for five years, made two series of Commedia dell’Arte figures, one on flat bases, the other on raised rectangular bases like the present lot. The modeller Ferdinand Tietz made drawings of some figures which are very close to the figures produced. The drawing for the present model is entitled ‘Pantalone’, but the decoration of the figure suggests might be of Isabella dressed as Pantalone. ‡ £2000-3000

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‡ 120 A MEISSEN FIGURE OF L’AVVOCATO FROM THE VENETIAN CARNIVAL, MODELLED BY J.J.KÄNDLER, CIRCA 1740-45 with a white mask, standing in black tricorn hat with gilt edge, yellow cloak with blue rosettes, gilt flowered waistcoat and black breeches, on a mound applied with coloured flowers, underglaze blue crossed swords mark 16.5cm high, some restoration Provenance: Christie’s, Geneva, 3 December 1982, lot 247 The costume of L’Avvocato was inspired by a popular disguise worn in Venice during the Carnival both by men and women, composed of a domino (a long black robe), a hat and a gnana or larva (mask). The model can be found holding a flower or a watch. ‡ £4000-6000

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‡ 121 A COLLECTION OF REFERENCE BOOKS comprising amongst others; Francesco Stazzi, Porcellane Italiane, U. Mursia & C., Milano, 1964, Alessandra Mottola Molfino, L’Arte Della Porcellana in Italia, Bramante, Italy, 1977, Giovanni Conti, L’Arte Della Maiolica in Italia, Bramante, 1973, Giovanni Mariacher, Il Vetro Soffiato, Da Roma Antica a Venezia, Electa Editrice, Milano, 1960, John Pope-Hennessy, La scultura italiana, Il Gotico, Feltrinelli, Milano, 1963, John Pope-Hennessy, La scultura italiana, Il Quattrocento, Feltrinelli, Milano, 1964. ‡ £400-600

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‡ 122 A SICILIAN SILVER LIBRARY LAMP, MARKS FIC AND GCC, PALERMO, 18TH CENTURY original implements and fabric screen 63cm high, 1827gr (58oz) all in ‡ £1500-2000

122 ‡ 123 AN ITALIAN PARCEL-GILT SILVER-MOUNTED PROCESSIONAL STAFF, VINCENZO ELENA, BRESCIA CIRCA 1820 wood core, red velvet covered 159cm high ‡ £600-800

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‡ 123A TWO CIRCULAR POLLARD WOOD SNUFF BOXES, FRENCH, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY the first inset with a miniature of Venus and Adonis with attendant Cupid, tortoiseshell-lined; the second with a later miniature entitled ‘Le Curieux’, and signed Noirmont, after Pierre-Antoine Baudouin, tortoiseshell lining and rim 8.5cm and 10cm diameter (2) ‡ £300-500

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Various Owners 124 A LARGE CHINESE ARMORIAL DISH, QIANLONG (1736-1795) painted in the centre with the arms of Willes impaling Brewsyard with the motto `Tenax Propositi’, inside incised flower and foliate border 38cm wide, some wear to enamels See David S.Howard, Chinese Armorial Porcelain, p.796, YI £1500-2000 125 A CHINESE ARMORIAL PLATE AND DOUBLE LIPPED TWO-HANDLED SAUCEBOAT, QIANLONG (1736-1795) en suite to the previous lot plate 28cm wide, some damage and replacement metal handles to sauceboat (2)

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£500-700 126 A PAIR OF CHINESE ARMORIAL PLATES, QIANLONG (1736-1795) en suite to the the previous lots, with bianco-sopra-bianco borders 23cm wide, some rim chips and wear (2) £300-500

125 127 FIVE CHINESE ARMORIAL CIRCULAR DISHES IN SIZES, QIANLONG (1736-1795) en suite to the previous lots, with eagle crest and coat of arms to the borders only 23cm to 35cm wide, one repaired, haircracks (5) £500-700 128 TEN ENGLISH PORCELAIN ARMORIAL DISHES AND FOUR SMALL SHAPED OVAL DISHES, POSSIBLY COALPORT, CIRCA 1800 made as additions to the previous lots soup plates 24.5cm wide, dishes 23cm and 25cm wide, some haircracks and rim chips (14)

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129 A CHINESE PORCELAIN SMALL TEAPOT AND COVER, TONGZHI PERIOD (1864-1874) painted in ‘famille rose’ enamels with figures at play in fenced pavilion gardens, the couple on the cover play ‘Go’ beneath the peach finial, seal mark 14cm wide (2) £200-300

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131 A JAPANESE IMARI BOWL, 18TH CENTURY finely potted with a gently flared rim, painted in underglaze blue, iron-red and gilding with branches of prunus blossom, seal mark in blue, 5cm high excluding wood stand (2) £200-300

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130 THREE JAPANESE IMARI PLATES, LATE 17TH/ EARLY 18TH CENTURY painted in underglaze blue, iron-red and gilding, each with a central flower panel inside a border reserved with panels of flowers and quail amongst corn, 25cm wide, some wear, rim chip to one (3) £150-250

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132 A PAIR OF JAPANESE IMARI PLATES, LATE 17TH/ EARLY 18TH CENTURY each painted in underglaze blue, iron-red and gilt, with a central vase of flowers against a deep blue ground painted with chrysanthemum and reserved with two flower panels, 23cm wide, minor wear (2) £200-300 133 THREE JAPANESE PORCELAIN BLUE AND PLATES, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY, each painted in the centre with a riverscape inside a band of shippo, the border scattered with flower sprays of flowers beneath a diaper rim, four character marks 21.5cm wide, one repaired, chips; together with an octagonal blue and white plate, painted with figures in a landscape (4) £100-150 134 A JAPANESE KAKIEMON BOWL, LATE 17TH CENTURY of lobed octagonal form, the interior enamelled with exotic birds and banded hedges within a broad border of formal scrolling foliage, the exterior with flowering branches 18cm diameter, minor flaking to enamels and minute chips to rim £1000-1500

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135 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF HOTEI, EARLY 20TH CENTURY standing laughing in loose open robes, a toad in one hand, on wood base overall height 26cm

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139 A JAPANESE IVORY TUSK VASE, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) carved in relief with two troupes of monkeys arguing, stained detail, incised seal signature 18.5cm high excluding wood stand, age crack

£400-600

£250-350 136 A JAPANESE IVORY CARVING OF KANNON, EARLY 20TH CENTURY carved in long flowing robes and holding a fly-whisk, circular wood base overall height 24cm £150-200 137 A JAPANESE MARINE IVORY OKIMONO OF A PEASANT, EARLY 20TH CENTURY carved standing by a tree, a monkey in its branches, signed ‘Gyokuyuki’ 19.5cm high; together with a Japanese ivory okimono of Kannon, with lotus branch and prayer beads, wood base (2) £150-250

140 A PAIR OF JAPANESE IVORY TUSK BOXES AND COVERS, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) each of cylindrical form, carved in relief with tigers attacking an elephant and lions attacking tigers, with tiger and lion finials, stained detail overall height 17cm, one with matched cover (4) £600-800 141 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF A FARMER, MEIJI period (1868-1912) carved standing on rocky base, holding a basket in his right hand, 20cm high; together with seven ivory toothpicks, a small ivory peacock and two ivory antelope (11) £60-100

138 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF ‘THE CLAM’S DREAM’, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) the bivalve opening to reveal a miniature scene of fishermen trawling with nets, signed Minyoku?, 7cm wide; together with a Japanese ivory box and cover, of circular form, carved in relief with a seated roaring tiger, the sides with panels of lion, tiger and monkey heads, stained detail, 8cm diameter, base loose; together with a Japanese ivory napkin ring and an ivory shoe horn, 31.5cm long (4) £200-300

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142 142 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF AN ORANGE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY realistically carved partially peeled to reveal the flesh and pith, the skin stippled and stained 6cm high, base plug missing

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£600-800 143 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF A BANANA, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) realistically carved and stained, the fruit partially peeled to reveal the flesh beneath 14.5cm long, end of peel broken off (broken piece present) £500-700 144 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF A MAIZE COB, EARLY 20TH CENTURY realistically carved with the husk opening to reveal the silk and kernels beneath, stained detail 15cm long excluding wood stand £600-800

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145 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF A PLANTAIN, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) realistically carved and coloured with partially peeled skin and bruising 9.5cm long £600-800 146 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF FIGS, EARLY 20TH CENTURY carved as one larger and one smaller fruit, the larger opening to reveal red stained flesh, 8cm wide; together with an ivory study of a strawberry (2)

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Lots 147 - 199: A Private Collection of Oriental and Indian Ivories The following lots were all collected by the current owner’s grandfather between 1920 and 1940, primarily in the West Country. He amassed a wide variety of Chinese and Japanese art, all of which has been dispersed, excepting these ivories, the last survivors of his collection.

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151 A JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE OF A SENNIN, 18TH CENTURY carved standing with one hand stroking his beard 9.5cm high, right foot broken off

147 A JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE OF A SLEEPING MAN, 18TH CENTURY carved in long robes with his head propped on one hand, a small monkey climbing on his shoulder to steal a small basket 6.5cm long, age cracks

£200-300

£300-500 152 A GROUP OF FIVE JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) comprising: a study of a witch frightening a man by emerging from a barrel, stained detail, signed Naomitsu, 4.5cm long; a study of Hotei with a boy on his shoulder; a study of Gama Sennin seated with a toad, chips; a study of a Chokwaro seated with a horse emerging from a double-gourd bottle, an oni at his side, signed, chip; and a group of drama masks (5)

148 A JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE OF A SHISHI, PROBABLY 18TH CENTURY carved recumbent on a large bell 5cm long £300-500 149 A JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE OF A BOY AND MINOGAME, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) carved riding on the back of the large tortoise, a rope between his teeth, stained detail, signed Masatoshi, 4cm long; together with an ivory netsuke of a warrior, Meiji period, carved kneeling on the back of a large snail, signed Tomomasa, 4.5cm long, chip to foot; and an ivory netsuke of the Shichi Fukujin, carved with Daikoku on an upturned sack containing the remaining six of the Seven Gods of Good Fortune, signed (3)

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£300-500 153 A JAPANESE STAG ANTLER KNIFE CASE, EDO PERIOD, FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY carved using its natural form as a priest upon a horse, the rider forming the handle of a metal blade 13cm long, tip of sheath missing, chip

£250-350

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150 A JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE OF HAKUZOSU, 19TH CENTURY the disguised fox priest in long robes and holding a staff, unsigned 7.3cm long, chip to foot £200-300

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154 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF A GROUP OF RATS, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) carved climbing a vine to steal grapes and encountering a serpent, inlaid eyes 14cm high, damage to base £300-400 155 TWO JAPANESE STAG ANTLER NETSUKE, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) comprising: a study of a rat on a large abalone shell, unsigned, 7cm long; and a study of a small monkey and peach on a tall table, 5cm long (2) £100-200 156 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF A FARMER, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) carved seated on a tree stump and taking tobacco from a pouch, a baskets of fruit at his feet, faint signature Gyokuyuki 12.5cm high, minor chips and some elements loose and missing £200-300 157 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF A FARMER AND CHILDREN, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) carved standing with a small boy on one shoulder, a girl seated at his feet, stained detail, unsigned, 10.5cm high; together with an ivory okimono group of a fisherman and child, Meiji period, walking with a basket of fish over one shoulder a folded parasol in the other, the child at his side carrying a rod, signed Mitsuhide?, 9cm high, rod broken (2)

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159 A JAPANESE SMALL IVORY OKIMONO OF A FISHERMAN, LATE 19TH/20TH CENTURY carved hopping with a creel of fish at his feet and a monkey on his shoulder, 11cm high; together with a marine ivory okimono of a peasant, standing with a child on his shoulder and one at this feet, 20cm high, some losses (2) £200-300 160 A GROUP OF FIVE JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY comprising: a study of a two men wrestling, one blind, signed, 6cm; an okimono netsuke of boy musicians; a study of a recumbent shishi; a study of a sennin; and a group of seals, stained detail (5) £300-500 161 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF GAMA SENNIN, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) carved with a large toad on his shoulder, a smaller one at his feet, stained detail, unsigned, 11cm high, chip; together with a marine ivory okimono of a skeleton, Meiji period, carved holding a serpent-entwined sword, a monkey at its back, unsigned, 12cm high (2) £250-350

£300-500 158 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF ONI, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) carved with a horned demon standing on the back of an oni to prevent it from getting the sack on its shoulders, stained detail, unsigned 13cm high £200-300

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162 162 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO GROUP OF A PAIR OF ENTERTAINERS, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) one carved seated with a pipe and bowl, the other hopping by his side, signed 11.5cm high

167 167 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO THEATRICAL GROUP, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) carved with a kneeling okame beside a tengu mask, two boys behind her with shishi and fox masks, inlaid and stained detail, signed in mother-of-pearl inlaid panel 7cm high, boy’s hand missing

£400-600 £400-600 163 A GROUP OF JAPANESE IVORY, STAG ANTLER AND MARINE IVORY NETSUKE, LATE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURY comprising: a study of kappa with a toad on his shoulder, a study of a boy seated with a cup, a stag antler study of Hotei, and six further figural studies, stained detail 3 to 5cm long, several with minor chips (9) £250-350 164 TWO JAPANESE MARINE IVORY OKIMONO, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) comprising: a study of a Sarumawashi standing with fan and drum, a monkey on his shoulder, stained detail, 20cm; and a group of a man helping a boy to climb a tree, 21cm. high (2)

168 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO GROUP OF MONKEYS AND TOADS, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) carved as toads and monkeys battling with a snake on a large boat-shaped leaf, inlaid eyes, unsigned, 14cm long, crack, monkey’s arm broken; together with a group of toads, carved in a circle on the back of a giant toad, holding small lotus leaves, 6.5cm high, element missing (2) £150-250 169 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF A SAMURAI, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) carved kneeling on carved oval base cutting a robe with his sword, signed 11.5cm high

£200-300 £400-600 165 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF JUROJIN, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) carved standing on oval base and wearing peony decorated robes, a minogame in his hands, signed 19cm high £120-180 166 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF A MONKEY AND DEER, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) the monkey dressed in a short robe with a fan and gourd bottle in its hands, seated on the back of a recumbent spotted deer, stained detail, unsigned, 5.3cm high; together with two sectional marine ivory and ivory okimono groups of artisans, tallest 7cm (3) £150-250

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174 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF HOTEI AND DAIKOKU, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) carved seated, Daikoku on a large sack and holding a mallet, Hotei playing a samisen, two dancing boys beside them, signed Gyokuyuki 10cm high

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170 A SECTIONAL JAPANESE MARINE IVORY OKIMONO OF A SARUMAWASHI, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) carved standing on a rock, a hat full of grapes at his feet, a monkey clambering up his body to reach a pomegranate he holds aloft, signed Gyokuyuki? 26cm high

£300-400 175 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF A TOY MAKER, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) carved seated on a mat with a small boy on his lap, a basket of masks, bird and cat models by his side, stained detail, inlaid red lacquer signature Kozan? 7.5cm. high £250-350

£200-300 171 A LARGE MARINE IVORY OKIMONO OF A WARRIOR, EARLY 20TH CENTURY carved in long robes with elaborate winged helmet, on pierced rocky base. stained detail 43.5cm high, screwed to base, centre of base missing £250-350

176 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF A SARUMAWASHI, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) carved standing in long robes and leaning on staff, drawing back a cloth covering a caged monkey, stained detail, signed, 11cm high; together with a pair of Japanese okimono of farmers, each standing with a boy at his feet and holding various vegetables, 10cm high (3) £300-500

172 A JAPANESE MARINE IVORY OKIMONO OF JUROJIN, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY carved standing on a rocky base, holding a gnarled staff and flywisk, a deer at his feet 34.5cm high £250-350 173 A JAPANESE MARINE IVORY OKIMONO OF A PRIEST/BISHAMON TEN, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) carved leaning on a sword and holding a small pagoda aloft, a further pagoda at his feet, signed Yoshi? in red lacquer inlaid panel, 20.5cm high; together with a marine ivory okimono of Daikoku, holding aloft his mallet; and a smaller marine ivory okimono of Shoki (3) £300-400

177 A JAPANESE SECTIONAL IVORY OKIMONO GROUP OF A WOODSMAN, EARLY 20TH CENTURY carved with a bundle of faggots on his back and an axe in his hand, a small boy by his side, on shaped oval base, 12cm high; together with a sectional ivory okimono of a fisherman, a cormorant in one hand, 16cm high; and a small ivory okimono of a Sarumawashi, 7cm high (3) £250-350 178 A GROUP OF FOUR JAPANESE SMALL SECTIONAL IVORY OKIMONO OF ARTISANS, EARLY 20TH CENTURY each carved seated on shaped oval base, the tools of their craft around them, stained detail each 6cm high, traces of glue and minor losses (4) £150-200

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179 179 A JAPANESE BONE MOUNTED SWORD (KATANA), MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) with single edged blade, the tsuka, tsuba and saya all richly carved and black stained with a variety of figures, with two suspension rings 117cm long, losses £500-700 180 A GROUP OF FOUR JAPANESE SECTIONAL IVORY OKIMONO OF PEASANTS, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY each modelled standing on shaped circular base, depicting a gardener, woodsman, farmer and harvester, with baskets or bundles on their backs and tools in their hands, each signed Gyokuichi in small inlaid red lacquer panels each approximately 16cm high, some losses (4) £200-300 181 A JAPANESE SECTIONAL MARINE IVORY FIGURE OF A PEASANT, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY carved standing with a basket of fruit in one hand, a fruiting branch in the other, unsigned, 19cm high; together with a smaller sectional ivory figure of a farmer (2) £100-200 182 A MARINE IVORY OKIMONO OF JUROJIN, EARLY 20TH CENTURY carved with flywisk in one hand, a staff in the other, a spotted deer at his feet, 25cm high; together with a marine ivory okimono of a farmer, standing with a basket of fruiting vine and attended by two boys, 18.5cm high (2) £200-300 183 A SECTIONAL IVORY OKIMONO OF A FARMER, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY carved with a sack of fruit at his waist, holding a potted tree aloft, a hand plough at his side 28cm high £150-250 184 A JAPANESE MARINE IVORY GROUP OF A MAN AND CHILDREN, 20TH CENTURY carved seated with a broom, a child on his shoulder and at his feet, 14cm high, pegged to base; together with a Japanese bone/ivory carving of a woman holding a child, monkeys clambering on her shoulder and at her feet (2) £100-150

185 185 A LARGE JAPANESE IVORY FIGURE OF KANNON, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) carved in elaborate robes, headdress and jewellery, her left hand in vitarka, holding a lotus flower in the other, raised on circular lotus base, signed Mitsutoshi 39cm high, small repair to lotus stem £1000-1500

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186 186 A CHINESE IVORY STATIONERY BASKET, CANTON, 19TH CENTURY finely carved in relief with a central diamond-shaped reserve with figures in palace scenes, all set against a richly decorated ground with scrolling flowers and birds, the central partition with two holes, flanked by winged cherubs, all on carved claw and mask feet 24cm long £3000-4000

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187 A CHINESE IVORY FAN, CANTON, 18TH/19TH CENTURY with finely pierced and carved decoration comprising a central medallion with floral scrolls and flowerheads 18.5cm long £600-800 188 A CHINESE IVORY FAN, CANTON, 19TH CENTURY carved, pierced and painted with a decoration of flowers on an intricate trellis-work ground highlighted in gilt 17.5cm long £300-400

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189 A CHINESE IVORY BRUSHPOT, LATE 19TH CENTURY carved in high relief with figures playing board games, all on a cash diaper ground, wood stand 16.5cm high £800-1200 190 TWO CHINESE IVORY FIGURES OF PRIESTS, LATE 19TH/20TH CENTURY carved and pierced in long robes with religious accoutrements, with pierced and carved ruyi scrolls overall height 19cm (2) £200-300 191 A CHINESE CARVED IVORY CIRCULAR COUNTER BOX, LATE 19TH CENTURY containing nine carved mother of pearl counters, 3cm high; together with a Chinese ivory card case, 19th century, decorated with finely detailed carving with figures amongst various pursuits, with a central oval medallion, 10.5cm long, some losses (11)

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£120-180 192 A CHINESE IVORY PAGE TURNER, 19TH CENTURY carved with a lady with a pipe and boy, otherwise decorated with a diaper pattern with flowers and gourd in relief 26.5cm long £100-150 193 A CHINESE IVORY SQUARE PUZZLE, LATE 19TH CENTURY finely carved with scenes of a lady riding with attendants in a garden scene, the reverse with a scholar in a river scene, containing seven puzzle pieces carved with flowers and birds, with signature on the back of the cover, 5.5cm wide; together with two Chinese ivory puzzle balls, early 20th century, decorated with birds and dragons (3)

£300-400

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194 194 AN INDIAN IVORY ‘JOHN COMPANY’ PART CHESS SET, BERHAMPUR, BENGAL, CIRCA 1830 finely carved as East India Company soldiers on black stained fluted bases versus Indian States soldiers on matching unstained bases, comprising: a pair of elephants carrying covered howdahs representing the Kings, a pair of elephants carrying uncovered howdahs for the Queens, a pair of pistol toting horsemen for the black Knights, eight soldiers brandishing muskets as the black Pawns and four turbaned warriors drawing swords for the white Pawns, two pairs of rooks formed as guardsmen atop turrets (rooks possibly associated) largest 11cm high (22) A garrison was established in 1767 by the East India Company (also known as ‘John Company’) in Berhampur, after Clive’s victory at the battle of Plassey. By the early 19th century the town was renowned as a centre of fine ivory work, producing many such finely carved chess sets. Literature: Hans & Barbara Holländer, Schachpartie - Durch Zeiten und Welten, Heidelberg, 2005, p.187; Michael Mark, ‘Antique Indian Chess Sets’, Förderkreis Schachgerichtungsforschung, 1998, p.45 £2500-3500 195 AN INDIAN IVORY FORK, MURSHIDABAD, BENGAL, 19TH CENTURY carved with stylised foliage and geometric borders, with fish swallowing dragon terminal 31cm long

196 AN INDIAN IVORY ‘JOHN COMPANY’ CHESS PIECE, BERHAMPUR, BENGAL, CIRCA 1830 finely carved as an elephant carrying figures in an uncovered howdah 9.5cm high, losses £120-180 197 AN INDIAN IVORY CHESS PIECE, BENGAL, LATE 19TH CENTURY carved as an elephant carrying an uncovered howdah with two passengers and a mahout, on flat rectangular base, 8cm high; together with a pair of Indian ivory chess pieces, Bengal, late 19th/early 20th century, white rooks formed as elephants carrying flagged turrets, 5.5cm high; a Burmese ivory model of an elephant, first half 20th century, walking with raised trunk, 7.5cm high; and a Burmese ivory group of elephants, first half 20th century, on an arched bridge, 19cm wide (5) £80-120 198 AN INDIAN IVORY MODEL OF A RIVERBOAT, MURSHIDABAD, BENGAL, LATE 19TH CENTURY with peacock carved stern behind a canopied dignitary and nine further figures, the prow with a grotesque elephant’s head, on stand 32cm long, minor losses to paddles and flags £350-450

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199 AN IVORY CASKET, SRI LANKA, 19TH CENTURY rectangular, deeply carved with panels of stylised foliage 23.5cm long £600-800

199 Various Owners 200 A PAIR OF CHINESE IVORY RECTANGULAR BOXES, LATE 19TH CENTURY with carved and pierced decoration of garden scenes with figures with a central oval medallion, on a pierced cash diaper pattern ground, the sides with a star diaper pattern, framed by floral scrolls and on claw and mask feet, 5cm high; together with a similar Chinese rectangular ivory box with carved and pierced decoration of birds and peonies 5cm high (3) £400-600 201 A CHINESE IVORY RECTANGULAR BOX, EARLY 20TH CENTURY decorated in relief on a cash and star diaper ground with reserves of figural scenes framed with a floral scroll 21.5cm long

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£400-600 202 A CHINESE IVORY PROCESSIONAL BOAT, PROBABLY CANTON, LATE 19TH CENTURY with groups of figures at various pursuits on the twin decks, poles on each side set with lanterns and flags, with wood stand 36cm wide £300-500 203 A CHINESE IVORY OVAL DOUBLE FRAME, EARLY 20TH CENTURY of two centrally hinged ovals, carved with dragons scrolling round the border, easel supports 11.5cm high

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204 AN IVORY-MOUNTED BOX, SRI LANKA, MID 17TH CENTURY rectangular, applied with scroll foliate pierced panels each centred by a playful cherub, with beaded or corded borders 23.5cm wide, later hinges, lock and lining, some minor restoration ÂŁ8000-10000

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205 A CHINESE IVORY CIGARETTE BOX, EARLY 20TH CENTURY rectangular, richly carved with three medallions containing palace scenes, all on a diaper ground with flowers and auspicious symbols, cedar lined 24.7cm long £3000-5000 206 A PAIR OF CHINESE IVORY BRUSH POTS, EARLY 20TH CENTURY carved in high relief with scholars amongst willow trees on terraces with attendants, all on a cash diaper pattern ground 14.8cm high including wood stands (2)

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£200-300 207 AN INDIAN IVORY BOX, BENGAL, LATE 19TH CENTURY rectangular, with geometrically pierced panels 12cm wide £200-300

207 208 A FRENCH IVORY FAN, PROBABLY DIEPPE, LATE 19TH CENTURY the front guard richly carved with flowers, the sticks plain 20cm long £300-400

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209 A FRENCH IVORY FIGURE OF CHRIST MAN OF SORROWS, PROBABLY DIEPPE, 18TH/19TH CENTURY shown standing with a crown of thorn and crossed arms 16.5cm high £250-350

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210 A FRENCH IVORY FIGURE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, PROBABLY DIEPPE, CIRCA 1880 carved straddling a rush-seated ladderback chair 10cm high

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This portrait figure of Napoleon recalls the painting by Henri Félix Emmanuel Philippoteaux (1815-1884) which is well known from the engraving by Jean Baptiste Alfred Cornilliet. £300-400 211 TWO SMALL HAN STYLE POTTERY MODELS OF A BOAR AND AN OX AND A LARGER MODEL OF A DOG 5.5cm , 10cm and 33cm high excluding perspex box for smaller animals and perspex stand for dog (6) £400-600

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212 A CHINESE POTTERY FIGURE OF A HORSE, TANG DYNASTY (618-906) free-standing, the details crisply incised, washed in black 44cm wide, legs restuck Sold with an Oxford Authentication certificate confirming that the figure was last fired between 1000 and 1600 years ago, Sample No. C111j66. £1200-1800

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213 A CHINESE JADE MODEL OF A BUDDHIST LION, MING DYNASTY (1368-1644) carved in a recumbent pose, the stone of brown and green colour 11cm long £500-700 214 A CHINESE JADE BANGLE, PROBABLY SONG DYNASTY (960-1279) the bluish-green stone with deep brown inclusions 8.5cm diameter £500-800 215 A CHINESE CLOISONNE ENAMEL STORK CANDLE HOLDER, LATE 19TH CENTURY free-standing with white body and multi-coloured wings, the blue-ground detachable sconce enamelled with flowers 31cm high £400-600 216 A CHINESE SILVER BOX AND COVER, WANG HING & CO., HONG KONG, EARLY 20TH CENTURY covered in bands of prunus blossom on a matted ground 8.5cm diameter, 180gr (5oz) £400-600 217 A CHINESE SILVER MODEL OF A RIVER STEAMER, MAKER’S MARK Y.L., TREATY PORTS, EARLY 20TH CENTURY shown flying a pennant and two Union Jacks, on an openwork scroll wave carved wood base 15cm wide

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218 A CHINESE SILVER MODEL OF A WAR JUNK, MARKED W.O.CO., PROBABLY WING ON & CO. OF HONG KONG, CIRCA 1930 the gunboat modelled with three basketweave sails, flags, cannons, arms, figures, a cabin and ten oars, on a scroll wave carved wood stand, within a glazed and carved rosewood case with presentation panel, also with chop marks 45.5cm wide, 1357gr (43oz) excluding stand but including glazing to cabin The inscription reads: Model of a Chinese War Junk / Presented by / Captain W. Beswick / 1932 Captain William Beswick DSC, RNR (1884-1959) began his maritime career in 1900. Eight years later he joined the Blue Funnel Line of Liverpool as a junior officer after which he went on to command a number of the company’s vessels. During the First World War he served with the Royal Naval Reserves in destroyers and as an officer in the ‘Mystery Ships’ commanded by Admiral Gordon Campbell, VC. During the Second World War Beswick again served with the RNR and retired in 1948. A liveryman of the Honourable Company of Master Mariners, of which he served on the Court for many years, he died at his home at Colerne, near Chippenham, Wiltshire on 2 April 1959. Captain Beswick presented this model to the Master Mariners on his return from Hong Kong aboard the S.S. Agamemnon, of which he was master, in 1932.

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£500-800 219 A CONTINENTAL STEEL CASKET, 19TH CENTURY finely etched with a covering of scroll foliage, the front also with two roundels flanking a vacant escutcheon, the sides with torchères, the lid with a panel of opposing griffin-like creatures, on bun feet 11cm wide £150-250

219 220 A LARGE BRONZE MODEL OF A YOUNG MAN AFTER THE ANTIQUE, 20TH CENTURY green patinated, shown seated on a rock wearing a helmet and tunic, a mask of Bacchus protruding between his legs, possibly originally a fountain 54cm high £300-400 221 A FRENCH BRONZE FIGURE OF A CLASSICAL MAIDEN IN REPOSE, MAISON BARBEDIENNE, PARIS, LATE 19TH CENTURY leaning in heavy drapery against a rustic column, engraved F. BARBEDIENNE 16.8cm high £100-150

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222 A PAIR OF FRENCH BRONZE FIGURES OF CHILDREN, AFTER JEAN-BAPTISTE PIGALLE (1714-1785), 19TH CENTURY one happily feeding a dove, the other pensively holding an empty birdcage, on gilt-bronze Greek-key and coin-moulded spreading bases 26cm high (2) £1500-2000

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223 EMILE THOMAS (1817-1882), ‘RICHELIEU’: A FRENCH BRONZE FIGURE, PROBABLY LATE 19TH CENTURY brown patinated, shown as a fashionable young man in 18th century dress, titled in the cast on the shaped base inscribed below 1845 Emile Thomas fecit 36cm high £400-600 224 A PATINATED BRONZE GROUP OF ‘THE RAPE OF PROSERPINA’ AFTER BERNINI, PROBABLY ITALIAN showing Pluto abducting Proserpina to the underworld with Cerberus barking behind 32cm high £250-350

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225 A BRONZE MODEL OF A SCOUT, ENGLISH, EARLY 20TH CENTURY shown leaning with one foot on a tree stump and crossed arms clasping a coil of rope 28cm high including wood stand £200-300

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226 226 AIME-JULES DALOU (1832-1902), ‘LA BOTTELEUSE’: A FRENCH BRONZE BAS RELIEF ROUNDEL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY brown patinated, inscribed below the figure of a reaper DALOU 10cm diameter This would appear to be one of a series of bas-reliefs modelled by Dalou in the last twelve years of his life, all part of an enormous but sadly unfinished project he had to build a monument to ‘The Working Man’, crowning his career with a concrete expression of his social and political ideas. This roundel is listed in Pierre Kjellberg, Bronzes of the 19th Century, Atglen, 1994, p.243. For another bas relief from this series called ‘Bineur’, see Sotheby’s 6th April 2004, lot 207, sold for £1320. £300-400

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227 DEMETRE H. CHIPARUS (1886-1947), ‘CHIEN POLICIER’: A FRENCH PATINATED BRONZE FIGURE, CIRCA 1925 modelled as a recumbent Alsatian on a mottled black marble base with applied label ‘CHIEN POLICIER / Par D.H. Chiparus / Lauréat du Salon des Beaux Arts’ base 24cm long £300-400 228 LUCA MADRASSI (1848-1919), PERSONIFICATION OF COMEDY: A FRENCH BRONZE FIGURE, CIRCA 1900 modelled as a putto atop a column and holding a mask before an open book inscribed with various French humorous writers, inscribed to rear ‘Madrassi’ 24cm high including white veined marble base £300-400 229 A FRENCH PARCEL-GILT-BRONZE AND WHITE MARBLE MANTEL TIMEPIECE WITH FIGURE AFTER AUGUSTE MOREAU (1834-1917), CIRCA 1900 rectangular marble base supporting a truncated column housing the timepiece with floral enamel dial flanked by the bronze winged cherub holding a flambeau aloft inscribed to rear ‘aug. moreau.’, on foliate toupie feet 29cm high £300-400

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230 231 230 A FRENCH PARCEL-GILT-BRONZE INKSTAND, CIRCA 1830 trapezoidal, applied front and back with gilt panels of a horse’s head flanked by cornucopia, the sides with a grotesque mask flanked by scroll foliage, on four lobed pad feet, with three covers in sizes to the wells with liners 17.5cm wide £200-300

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231 A RUSSIAN LACQUER TOBACCO BOX, VISHNYAKOV FACTORY, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1900 cylindrical, with reeded rims, the lid with a troika, foiled interior with printed factory mark 12cm diameter £100-150 232 A RUSSIAN BIRCH CIGARETTE CASE, CIRCA 1900 oblong, the flush-hinged lid applied with a possibly associated cast silver Imperial Russian armorial bearings, the badge bearing marks for Gabriel Sakarinpoika Niukkanen, St. Petersburg, late 19th century 9.5cm wide £200-300 233 A SMALL RUSSIAN PARCEL-GILT-SILVER ICON OF THE SMOLENSK MOTHER OF GOD, MAKER’S MARK SKZ (IN CYRILLIC) UNRECORDED, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1890 the titled oklad with a border of scrolls and a rayed ground, 875 standard 9cm by 7.5cm excluding original fitted glazed kiot

233 234 A RUSSIAN TRIPTYCH ICON, 18TH CENTURY the central panel of The Transfiguration, flanked by panels of The Mother of God Hodigetria and ten selected saints 30cm wide open, 11cm high £1500-2500

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235 A SET OF RUSSIAN TABLE SILVER, GRACHEV BROTHERS, ST. PETERSBURG, 1908-1917 the pointed terminals with a vacant scroll cartouche surrounded by foliage on a matted ground, steel blades to knives stamped Varypaev under the Imperial warrant, comprising ten of each of the following: tablespoons table forks table knives dessert spoons dessert forks dessert knives teaspoons coffee spoons 875 standard 3410gr (109oz) excluding the steel bladed knives (80) F.M. Varypaev (1818-1900) once used to be a serf of the Count Sheremetev. In 1833 he inherited his father’s business in lock manufacturing, originally situated in the village of Pavlovo in Nizhny Novgorod region. Very quickly Varypaev became a successful business-and -tradesman. As a result he opened the chain of his shops in Moscow and St Petersburg. The metalware produced by his manufacture won various all-Russian and international fair awards. He was bestowed the Imperial warrant thrice. Varypaev also supplied metallic and silver blades to other such prominent Russian jewellers as Sazikov, Khlebnikov and Ovchinnikov. (http://www.antik-invest.ru/blog/?p=3701, accessed 10.10.2012) £1500-2500 236 A SET OF TWELVE RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT AND NIELLO DESSERT KNIVES AND TWELVE FORKS, MAKER’S MARK IA (IN CYRILLIC) UNRECORDED, MOSCOW, 1865 the Fiddle pattern forks and cut-cornered oblong loaded knives with panels of scrolled niello foliage and vacant cartouches, the steel blades stamped ‘Yakovlev’ (in cyrillic), 875 standard, forks fully marked, knives with standard and town marks only, assay master’s mark VS (in cyrillic) usually attributed to Victor Savinkov forks only 284gr (9oz) (24)

235 237 ASSORTED FRENCH FRUIT KNIVES comprising: eight with ivory handles and silver blades, five Olier & Caron, three maker’s mark indecipherable, Paris, early 20th century, six with shaped ivory handles and silver blades, retailer’s stamp Guerchet-Roussel overstriking the maker’s mark, Paris, late 19th century, eleven with similarly shaped ivory handles and steel blades, late 19th century, and five with silver-mounted horn handles and silver blades, 1809-1819; all blades 950 standard (30) £150-250

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238 A SET OF TWELVE GEORGE III SILVER HANDLED TABLE KNIVES, THOMAS HOYLAND, SHEFFIELD, 1776 Bead pattern, crested, the polished steel blades stamped ‘Wilson’ (one stamped ‘CHAP/BELL’); together with another set of twelve George III silver handled table knives, Robert Tricket, Sheffield, 1777, Bead pattern, crested, with polished steel blades (24) £600-800 239 A SET OF TWELVE GEORGE V SILVER HANDLED TABLE KNIVES AND TWELVE DESSERT KNIVES, CRICHTON & CO. LTD., LONDON, 1926 the pistol grips with chamfered edges initialled W within a garter, the steel blades of 18th century shape etched ‘CRICHTON & CO. LTD. / MADE IN ENGLAND’ (24)

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£400-600 240 A SET OF THREE SILVER DESSERT SERVERS, ATKIN BROTHERS, SHEFFIELD, 1909/13 bright-cut engraved, in original case; together with a set of four silver knife rests, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield, 1917, typical form 545gr (17oz) (7) £200-300

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241 AN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER SOUP LADLE, JOHN PASLEY, DUBLIN, 1760 with hooked terminal, crested, scratch weight 7:7 36cm long, 215gr (6oz 18dwt) £150-250 242 A GEORGE III SILVER SOUP LADLE, MAKER’S MARK POSSIBLY IB, DUBLIN, 1777 Feather Edge pattern, the terminal engraved with a crest within a rococo cartouche, fluted bowl 32.5cm long, 176gr (5oz)

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244 A SET OF TABLE SILVER, HARRODS LTD. OF LONDON, SHEFFIELD, 1933 Plain Pine pattern with the addition of a crown, initialled W, comprising: five table forks, six dessert spoons, six dessert forks and ten teaspoons, PODR No. for 1932; together with a set of seven fruit knives and seven forks, John Sanderson & Son Ltd., Sheffield, 1982, with silver blades and tines and mother-ofpearl handles weighable silver 1038gr (33oz) (41) Whilst bearing Sir Richard Burbidge’s maker’s mark for retail by Harrods, this set was undoubtedly manufactured by Roberts & Belk. The plainer version of this pattern was registered in 1934. This design of Walter Belk’s was said to have been so popular when launched in the Second Class dining rooms on the maiden voyage of the ‘RMS Queen Mary’ in 1936, that White Star-Cunard wired Roberts & Belk from New York with another order, apparently representing 50% of the original order, for delivery when the ship returned to Southampton, as thousands of pieces had gone missing from the ship’s stock. (http://www.925-1000.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=23720 accessed 29.03.2012) £600-800 245 A SET OF TABLE SILVER, ROBERTS & BELK, SHEFFIELD, 1984 Plain Pine pattern, comprising: six tablespoons, seven table forks, six dessert spoons, six dessert forks, a pair of teaspoons and a pair of sauce ladles 1665gr (53oz) (29) £500-700

243 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER BASTING SPOONS, RICHARD CROSSLEY, LONDON, 1795 Fiddle Thread pattern, crested 30cm long, 298gr (9oz) (2)

246 VICTORIAN FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE SILVER, LONDON, 1843-1869 engraved with the initial B, comprising: a serving spoon, Robert William for Josiah Williams & Co. of Bristol, 1843, six table forks, six dessert spoons, six dessert forks, Josiah Piercy, 1864, and five egg spoons, G.W. Adams for Chawner & Co., 1869 1255gr (40oz) (24)

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247 247 A SET OF EIGHTEEN VICTORIAN SILVER AND MOTHER-OFPEARL FRUIT KNIVES AND EIGHTEEN FORKS, MARTIN, HALL & CO., SHEFFIELD, 1873/74 the blades bright-cut, the tines leaf stamped, the handles with a nacre section flanked by formal leaf bands and beaded borders, all in a fitted walnut box with two lift-out trays and vacant brass shield box 31cm wide (36) £600-800

248 248 A SET OF TWELVE VICTORIAN SILVER TEASPOONS AND A PAIR OF SUGAR TONGS, JOSIAH WILLIAMS & CO. OF BRISTOL, LONDON, 1895 with shell bowls, spiral twist stems and openwork strap terminals, in case; together with a set of six Victorian silver ice cream scoops, Wakely & Wheeler, London, 1897, with gilt bowls, the terminals with grotesque masks below openwork scrolls, in case (19) £100-150 249 A GEORGE III SILVER FILIGREE CADDY SPOON, UNMARKED, PROBABLY BIRMINGHAM, CIRCA 1800 shell shaped bowl 9cm long £200-300

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250 A GEORGE V SILVER CANTEEN, WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS LTD., SHEFFIELD, 1920-22 complete for twelve of each of the following: table forks table knives with stainless steel blades dessert spoons dessert forks dessert knives with stainless steel blades fish forks fish knives fruit forks fruit knives soup spoons teaspoons (eleven only) coffee spoons and six tablespoons, a basting spoon, a soup ladle, a pair of sauce ladles, a strainer ladle, a toddy ladle, a preserve spoon, a pair of fish servers, a pair of salad servers, a pickle fork, a salt spoon, a three-piece carving set with stainless steel blade, tines and sharpener; all contained in the original bowfronted mahogany and satinwood crossbanded cabinet on stand 6945gr (223oz) excluding items with stainless steel (165) £5000-7000 251 A SET OF TWELVE SILVER FRUIT KNIVES AND TWELVE FORKS, MARTIN, HALL & CO. LTD., SHEFFIELD, 1913 with mother-of-pearl handles, stamped bolsters and bright-cut blades, the blades Marple & Co., Sheffield, 1908, in original oak case; together with a set of six silver grapefruit spoons and a grapefruit knife, Mappin & Webb Ltd., Sheffield, 1932/35, with gilt bowls, the knife with stainless steel blade, in original case (31) £150-250

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252 A PAIR OF CHINESE SILVER SALAD SERVERS, YOK SANG, SHANGHAI, EARLY 20TH CENTURY the handles engraved with prunus blossom on a matted ground 26cm long, 237gr (7oz) (2) £150-200

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253 A SET OF DANISH TABLE SILVER, GEORG JENSEN, COPENHAGEN, CIRCA 1930 Pyramid pattern (designed by Harald Nielsen in 1926), initialled B, complete for twelve of each of the following: tablespoons table forks table knives with stainless steel blades dessert spoons dessert forks dessert knives with stainless steel blades fish knives fish forks soup spoons cheese knives with stainless steel blades cheese forks teaspoons coffee spoons and a serving spoon stamped STERLING / DENMARK and Jensen mark 5884gr (189oz)excluding knives with steel blades (157) £6000-8000 254 A SET OF TWELVE DUTCH SILVER FISH KNIVES AND TWELVE FORKS, G.L.J. REESER & ZOON, THE HAGUE, 1910 similar to Hanoverian pattern, 833 standard 1092gr (35oz) (24) £400-600 255 A SET OF AMERICAN TABLE SILVER, WALLACE SILVERSMITHS, WALLINGFORD CT, CIRCA 1940 Rose Point pattern (introduced 1934), comprising eight of each of the following: table forks table knives with stainless steel blades dessert spoons dessert forks dessert knives with stainless steel blades salad forks butter knives soup spoons oyster forks teaspoons coffee spoons demi-tasse spoons and a pair of serving spoons, a pair of serving forks, a butter knife and a preserve spoon, all stamped Wallace Sterling 2842gr (91oz) excluding knives with steel blades (102)

256 256 A MATCHED SET OF AMERICAN TABLE SILVER, MID 19TH CENTURY Fiddle Thread pattern, all initialled M or EAH, comprising: a pair of tablespoons, a dessert spoon and a basting spoon, Allcock & Allen, New York, eleven table forks, stamped ‘STANDARD’, twelve dessert forks, Bailey & Kitchen, Philadelphia, and three teaspoons, Bailey & Co., Philadelphia, all with French import marks 1934gr (62oz) (30) £700-1000 257 VICTORIAN FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE SILVER, JOHN JAMES WHITING, LONDON, 1838 the terminals engraved with a crest, comprising: six tablespoons, a fish slice and two salt spoons 640gr (20oz) £200-300

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258 258 A SET OF CHINESE TABLE SILVER, KHECHEONG, CANTON, MID 19TH CENTURY Fiddle Thread & Shell pattern, comprising: a pair of soup ladles, a basting spoon, a sauce ladle, a pair of table forks and a pair of dessert spoons 1178gr (37oz) (8) £400-600 259 A SET OF FOUR FRENCH SILVER TABLE FORKS AND TEN DESSERT FORKS, MAISON QUEILLE, PARIS, MID 19TH CENTURY of reeded and shaped trefid pattern, monogrammed HH, 950 standard; together with a set of five table forks and five dessert forks, Jean-Baptiste-Denis Landry, Paris, 1833-38, Fiddle Thread pattern, initialled JL or SL, 950 standard; and a set of twelve French electroplate fish knives and twelve forks, late 19th century, Fiddle Thread pattern weighable silver 1557gr (50oz) (48) £700-1000

260 A SET OF AMERICAN SILVER SPOONS, BAILEY & KITCHEN, PHILADELPHIA PA, CIRCA 1840 Fiddle pattern, initialled EAH, comprising: twelve tablespoons, six dessert spoons and seven teaspoons, French import mark; together with a set of four American silver serving pieces, N. Harding & Co., Boston MA, circa 1870, with foliate and beaded handles intialled EAH, comprising: a pair of serving spoons with shell shaped bowls and a pair of fish servers with engraved blades, French import marks 1621gr (52oz) (29) £600-900 261 A MATCHED SET OF TABLE SILVER, PREDOMINANTLY VICTORIAN OR EDWARDIAN, 1808-1915 Old English pattern, comprising: eight tablespoons (two initalled D), eight table forks, six dessert spoons and eight dessert forks 1833gr (58oz) (30) £700-1000

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262 AN EXTENSIVE SILVER CANTEEN, JOSIAH WILLIAMS & CO. OF BRISTOL, LONDON, 1906/11 Kings pattern, comprising: six tablespoons, twelve table forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve dessert forks, twelve teaspoons, six fish knives, six fish forks, six egg spoons, a pair of salt spoons, a pair of jam spoons, a pair of fruit spoons, a pair of fish servers, a pair of sauce ladles, a pair of sugar tongs, a tart spoon, a tart knife, a sifter ladle, a soup ladle, a gravy spoon, a bread fork, a sardine fork, a pickle fork, a caddy spoon and a butter knife; together with the following items: six larger tablespoons, Hayne & Cater, London, 1843; six fruit knives and six forks with mother-ofpearl handles, Allen & Darwin, Sheffield, 1904; a cake knife with mother-of-pearl handle, Isaac Ellis & Sons, Sheffield, 1897; a pair of knife rests with lion rampant supports and oblong bases, Hawksworth, Eyre & Co., Sheffield, 1907; twelve Kings pattern electroplate table knives with stainless steel blades and twelve dessert knives, modern; nine steel bladed and ivory handled table knives, two dessert knives and a five-piece carving set, circa 1910; all in a fitted oak cabinet with panelled doors concealing seven graduated drawers, interior with gilt brass retailer’s label E.E. Dunthorne / Silversmith / 13 Lord Street / Liverpool, circa 1910, 86cm high weighable silver 7459gr (239oz) (154) £5000-7000

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263 263 A SET OF VICTORIAN TABLE SILVER, CHARLES BOYTON, LONDON, 1891/92 Kings pattern, crested, comprising: twenty-four tablespoons twenty-three table forks twenty-three dessert spoons twenty-four dessert forks twenty-four teaspoons four sauce ladles two basting spoons; together with eighteen electroplate fish knives and eighteen forks, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 20th century, matching pattern and crest weighable silver 11490gr (369oz) (160) £5000-7000

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264 A SET OF VICTORIAN TABLE SILVER, ELIZABETH EATON, LONDON, 1851-53 Fiddle Thread pattern, crested, comprising: four tablespoons, twelve dessert spoons, a dessert fork, thirteen teaspoons and three salt spoons 1721gr (55oz) (33) £700-900 265 ASSORTED FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE SILVER, VARIOUS MAKERS, MOSTLY LONDON, 1813-1899 comprising: nine tablespoons, seven table forks, two dessert spoons, eight dessert forks, twelve teaspoons, a pair of sugar tongs, five mustard spoons, three salt spoons, a butter knife, a sauce ladle, a serving spoon, a fish slice; together with another pair of silver sugar tongs, London, 1899 2412gr (77oz) (52) £700-1000

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266 266 A CANTEEN OF TABLE SILVER, PINDER BROTHERS, SHEFFIELD, 1977 Kings pattern, complete for twelve of each of the following: table forks table knives with stainless steel blades dessert spoons dessert forks dessert knives with stainless steel blades soup spoons teaspoons and four table or serving spoons, all in original fitted mahogany case 3966gr (127oz) excluding knives (88) £2500-3500 267 A MATCHED SET OF TABLE SILVER, VARIOUS MAKERS, LONDON, 1789-1836 Old English Bright-cut pattern, comprising: six tablespoons six table forks six dessert spoons six dessert forks six teaspoons a pair of sauce ladles a pair of basting spoons 1543gr (49oz) (34)

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£600-800 268 A SET OF TABLE SILVER, WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS LTD., LONDON & SHEFFIELD, 1907/08/15/17 Old English pattern, initialled CMB, comprising: six tablespoons, six table forks, five dessert spoons and six dessert forks 1486gr (47oz) (23) £500-700

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271 A MATCHED SET OF GEORGIAN TABLE SILVER, VARIOUS MAKERS, ALL LONDON, 1790-1836 Old English pattern, all initialled H, comprising: twelve tablespoons (eleven Eley, Fearn & Chawner, 1809) twelve table forks (six maker’s mark IB, 1798, five George Smith, 1798/99) six dessert spoons (five Eley & Fearn, 1803) twelve dessert forks (six Jonathan Hayne, 1835, six Theobalds & Bunn, 1836) a serving spoon, a soup ladle and a sauce ladle (crested); together with a set of twelve silver handled knives, William Yates Ltd., Sheffield, 1976, pistol grips, stainless steel blades; and a set of eleven silver teaspoons, maker’s mark RE, Sheffield, 1967, Rattail pattern 2925gr (94oz) excluding knives (68) £1200-1800

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272 MISCELLANEOUS TABLE SILVER, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN, 1856 AND LATER comprising: a set of six Beaded Old English pattern teaspoons and a pair of sugar tongs, the terminals engraved with the initial B, Francis Higgins, London, 1886; six Fiddle Thread Shell pattern egg spoons, the terminals crested, G.W. Adams for Chawner & Co, London, 1856/65; ten silver-gilt teaspoons, French, circa 1880; six scroll pattern teapoons and two initialled serving spoons, R. Wallace & Sons Mfg. Co., Wallingford, CT, circa 1890 740gr (23oz) (31) £200-300

269 269 A VICTORIAN SILVER CHEESE SCOOP, ELIZABETH & JOHN EATON, LONDON, 1864 Fiddle Thread pattern, with sliding pusher, 22cm long; together with a William IV silver fish slice, Kings pattern, William Eley, London, 1835; and a pair of Victorian silver sugar tongs, Queens pattern, John James Whiting, London, 1850 416gr (13oz) (3) £200-300 270 ASSORTED FIDDLE AND OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SILVER, ENGLISH AND IRISH, 19TH/20 TH CENTURY comprising: eight dessert forks, three dessert spoons, three ladles, five teaspoons, four cake forks (tines probably later cut out of spoons), a mustard spoon, a salt spoon and a berry spoon; together with a pair of silver sugar tongs and the following electroplate flatware: eight Old English pattern tablespoons, two coffee spoons and a preserve spoon silver 835gr (27oz) (27) £300-400

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273 A GEORGE II SILVER BASTING SPOON, MAKER’S MARK INDISTINCT, LONDON, 1726 Rat-tail Old English pattern, 29.5cm long; together with a pair of George IV English Provincial silver sauce lades, George Ferris, Exeter, 1824, Fiddle pattern, initialled EN; a set of six George III silver teaspoons, Thomas Wallis, London, 1786, Bright-cut pattern, initialled EAA; and four others, similar, 1793/1803 389gr (12oz) (13) £200-300 274 ASSORTED PROVINCIAL TABLE SILVER: comprising: a pair of George III toddy ladles, Fiddle pattern, initialled AFC, James McKay, Edinburgh, 1819; a William IV toddy ladle, Fiddle pattern, maker’s mark rubbed, Dublin, 1832; a set of five Victorian teaspoons, single struck Queens pattern, initialled H, John Walton, Newcastle, 1846; a George III basting spoon, , Fiddle pattern, later crestedmaker’s mark rubbed, probably I.B (Jackson p.640), Dublin, 1776; a pair of tablespoons and three teaspoons, Fiddle pattern, initialled or crested, various makers, Dublin, 18051844; and another tablespoon, Fiddle pattern, initialled, stamped ‘STERLING’ only 600gr (19oz) (15) £250-350


275 ENGLISH TABLE SILVER, LONDON, 1738-1820 comprising: four Hanoverian pattern dessert spoons, crested and initialled, probably James Morson, 1738; three Old English pattern sauce ladles, later fluted bowls and feathered handles, Walter Tweedie, 1772; an Old English pattern tablespoon, initialled, William Sumner, 1784; three Old English pattern tablespoons, initialled, P., A. & W. Bateman, 1805; and an Old English pattern sauce ladle, William Bateman, 1820 604gr (19oz) (12) £200-300 276 A SET OF SIX EDWARDIAN SILVER FISH KNIVES AND SIX FORKS, ELKINGTON & CO. LTD., BIRMINGHAM, 1903 with ivory handles; together with six fruit knives, Aaron Hatfield & Sons, Sheffield, 1837, with carved ivory handles and silver blades; and a silver meat skewer, Walker & Hall Ltd., Sheffield, 1908, plain ring terminal, 25.3cm long (19)

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£150-250 277 A SET OF TEN SILVER TEASPOONS, UNMARKED, PROBABLY CHINESE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY with foliate decorated stems and Buddha finials; together with five Georgian silver teaspoons, Eley, Fearn & Chawner and William Eaton, London, 1810/30, Fiddle pattern, all with same crest and motto; and a pair of silver sugar tongs, Barker Brothers Silver Ltd., Birmingham, 1931, in the form of a wish bone, and a silver-mounted button hook and a glove hook weighable silver 297gr (9oz) (18) £100-150

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279 A DUTCH SILVER-MOUNTED MUSTARD POT AND CASTER SET, BENNEWITZ & ZOONEN, AMSTERDAM, 1820s with lozenge cut glass bodies, the mounts with lobed borders and bulbous topped lids, 934 standard, no apparent date letter, maker’s marks of both Diederik Lodewijk Bennewitz and Bennewitz & Zoonen, caster 14.5cm high; together with the accompanying Dutch silver mustard spoon, maker’s mark poor, no date letter, 19th century, with reeded terminal, 833 standard (3) The Bennewitz family were large and well known manufacturing and retailing silver- and goldsmiths in Amsterdam in the early 19th century. In 1807 Diederik Lodewijk Bennewitz was recommended by the governors of the Guild to be the new assay master since ‘He is one of the most skilful and capable masters in our guild, whom we hold in great esteem on account of his comprehensive genius... and who has such an extensive workshop, both in gold and in silver, that one would possibly seek in vain for a second such in Holland’. Together with his partner, the famous retailing firm Bennewitz and Bonebakker supplied the Dutch Royal family, the Emperor Napoleon, the City of Amsterdam and many others, but the company split in 1822; Bennewitz continued with his sons, trading as Bennewitz & Sons. £300-500

278 A PAIR OF DUTCH SILVER BONBON DISHES, MAKER’S MARK POORLY STRUCK, 1917 the sides pierced with a wide band of trelliswork below ribbontied reeded rims, each on three scroll feet, 833 standard 15.5cm diameter, 567gr (18oz) (2)

280 A SET OF EIGHT GERMAN ELECTROPLATE CANDLESTICKS, SECOND HALF 20TH CENTURY in George II style, shaped square bases and conforming girdled stems and sconces 17.5cm high (8) £100-150

£400-600

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281 281 A GERMAN SILVER OSTRICH CUP AND COVER, HANAU, CIRCA 1900 showing traces of gilding, the realistically modelled bird standing on a domed naturalistic mound and openwork plume-like base, the cover with feathery finial, the interior gilded, base with pseudo marks, Austrian and French import marks 41cm high, 1584gr (50oz) For an ostrich of the same model, but with ostrich egg body, see Christie’s, Paris, Collection Yves Saint Laurent et Pierre Bergé, 23rd February 2009, lot 125, sold for €97,000. £3000-5000

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282 A GERMAN SILVER TEA STRAINER ON STAND, WEINRANCK & SCHMIDT, HANAU, CIRCA 1900 the strainer with beaded and palmette borders and reeded and leaf handle, the stand on three curved supports, 800 standard 17.5cm wide, 142 gr (4oz) £80-120


283 283 A RUSSIAN SILVER TANKARD, MAKER’S MARK AL (UNRECORDED), POSSIBLY ARON LYDICKE, ST PETERSBURG, 1871 with engraved bands of Slavic decoration and inscribed 10 Dek., XXV and 1895, the lid initialled GEZ (in cyrillic), gilt interior with inscription to the lid, 875 standard, assay master’s mark VS (in cyrillic) 17cm high, 1169gr (37oz) In translation the inscription reads: A Souvenir / To the much respected / G.E. Zauze / from / G.I.L. Although usually associated with Moscow made objects, in the late 1860s and early 1870s the assay master’s mark VS (often attributed to Victor Savinkov) is found on St Petersburg stamped objects. £1800-2500 284 A PAIR OF GERMAN SILVER VASES, FERDINAND C. HENZLER, HANAU, CIRCA 1910 the cast and pierced spiral hexagonal bodies decorated with rose sprays and ribbon tied festoons, 800 standard 19.5cm high, 777gr (24oz) excluding two glass liners (one damaged) (2)

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285 AN ITALIAN COPPER-GILT AND SILVER ALTAR VASE, PROBABLY NEAPOLITAN, LATE 17TH CENTURY the oval bowl with scrolls and foliage between vacant cartouches and applied silver Renaissance seraphim handles, on stepped elongated octagonal pedestal foot 19cm wide

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£400-600 286 AN ITALIAN SILVER ALTAR VASE, MAKER’S MARK RUBBED, ASSAY MASTER (CONSUL) GIUSEPPE SIMIOLI, NAPLES, 1696-98 the oval bowl chased with scrolls and fruit swags between vacant cartouches and applied Renaissance seraphim handles, on stepped elongated octagonal pedestal foot 16.5cm wide, 618gr (19oz) excluding copper liner but including metal foot nut The maker’s mark is possibly ‘.T.P.’ whose name appears to be unrecorded, see Elio E. Corrado Catello, Argenti Napoletani dal XVI al XIX Secolo, Naples, 1973, p.171.

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£1000-1500 287 A FRENCH ELECTROPLATE WINE BUCKET, SOCIÉTÉ FRANÇAISE D’ORFÈVRERIE ARGIT, MID 20 TH CENTURY tapering cylindrical, with handles issuing from grape bunches, 19cm high; together with a set of four electroplate wine coasters, modern, with gadroon rims and wood bases and another similar electroplate wine coaster (6) £60-100

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288 A SPANISH SILVER DISH, GONZALO, ASSAY MASTER BERNARDO MELCON, MADRID, 1755 shaped oval, reeded rim 36cm wide, 661gr (21oz) £300-500


289 AN AUSTRIAN SILVER-GILT LAUREL WREATH, VIENNA, POST 1872 realistically modelled, ribbon tied 24cm wide, 388gr (12oz) £300-400

289 290 A SET OF THREE SOUTH AMERICAN SILVER ALTAR DECORATIONS, PROBABLY PERUVIAN, 18/19TH CENTURY each of a sheet cut-out and chased in relief as an angel, mounted on fabric-backed stands 18.5cm high £400-600

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291 A GERMAN SILVER SUGAR BOX, BERLIN, CIRCA 1860 oblong, on four hoof supports, lid with swing loop handle 15cm wide, 420gr (13oz) £150-250

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292 A GERMAN SILVER CASKET, CIRCA 1900 shaped oval, cast with a rustic scene and bands of flowers, scrolls and vases on a matted ground, 800 standard 22.5cm wide, 818gr (26oz) £400-600

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295 295 AN ITALIAN SILVER GALLERY TRAY, MAKER’S MARK T.C, ROME, EARLY 19TH CENTURY shaped oval, pale pierced gallery with entwined snake handles, on four paw feet 36.5cm long across end handles, 828gr (26oz) £500-800

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293 293 A GERMAN SILVER STANDING CUP AND COVER, UNMARKED, MID 19TH CENTURY the die-stamped Gothic ruffle stem rising to a beaker-shaped bowl similarly applied with rustic ivy arches enclosing two muses (one other missing), the detachable cover surmounted by a figure of Athena with her Medusa shield, gilt interior 47.5cm high, 1381gr (44oz)

296 A GERMAN SILVER CASTER, STORCK & SINSHEIMER, HANAU, CIRCA 1900 cylindrical, cast with a variety of cherubs in rustic pursuits including the simply pierced cover with bayonet fitting, import marked London, 1901, 17cm high; together with another silver caster, maker’s mark DJA, London, 1996/97, hammer-finished, baluster, domed cover with ropetwist rim 512gr (16oz) (2) £180-220

£1000-1500 294 A GERMAN ELECTROPLATE MODEL OF A STALLION, WMF (WUERTTEMBERGISHE METALLWARENFABRIK), 20TH CENTURY realistically modelled, on naturalistic plinth base 28cm wide £100-150

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297 297 A BELGIAN SILVER BOWL, CIRCA 1930 shaped oval with egg and dart rim, stamped ‘F. DE LEEUW’ and ‘830’ 35cm wide, 416gr (13oz) £150-250

299 298 298 A PAIR OF DUTCH SILVER CASTERS, MAKER’S MARK INDECIPHERABLE, 1895 in early 18th century style, engraved with armorials, bulbous lower bodies with latticed quatrefoils, gadroon cushion feet, bayonet fastening pierced covers, pseudo 18th century Dutch marks, French import marks, 833 standard 21cm high, 669gr (21oz) (2) £300-500

299 A PAIR OF GERMAN SILVER BASKETS, FERDINAND C. HENZLER, HANAU, CIRCA 1910 each on pedestal bases and cast and pierced with festoons of flowers below scrolling vine borders and similar swing handles, 800 standard 25cm wide, 1311gr (42oz) (2) £600-800 300 A GERMAN SILVER DISH, HANAU, CIRCA 1895 shaped oval, cast with a bear hunting scene below trellis pierced sides, with unidentified Crowned L maker’s mark and import marks for William Moehring, London, 1995, 925 standard 40cm wide across end handles, 399gr (12oz) £200-300

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‡ 301 A PAIR OF DANISH TWO-LIGHT CANDELABRA, GEORG JENSEN, COPENHAGEN, 1945-77 model no. 278 designed by Harald Nielsen in 1929, circular stepped bases topped by balls and stylised foliage, with bifurcated branches and cylindrical sconces, underside stamped DESSIN / HN / 278 / STERLING / DENMARK and Jensen mark 15cm high, 106gr (2) ‡ £2000-3000 302 A SET OF THREE GERMAN CANDLESTICKS, GEBRUEDER DEYHLE, SWÄBISH GMÜND, MID 20TH CENTURY in sizes, in mid 19th century scrolled and shaped style, 12cm and 23cm high, loaded; together with a pair of American desk candlesticks, Gorham Manufacturing Co., Providence RI, mid 20th century, on spreading bases, 8.5cm high, loaded (5) £250-350

303 303 A LARGE GERMAN TROPHY VASE, WILHELM BINDER, SCHWÄBISCH GMÜND, CIRCA 1950 the tall vase on an octagonal stem with applied fruit border, spreading foot inscribed: INTERNATIONALES AMATEURTANZTURNIER UM DEN EUROPAPOKAL 1955 MÜNCHEN, stamped 800 36cm high, 840gr £250-350

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304 AN ITALIAN DISH, 1944-1968 shaped oval, hammer finished, on four volute feet, mark worn, stamped ‘BATTUTO A MANO’ 30cm wide, 596gr For another bowl of the same pattern stamped ‘Buccellati’, see Heritage Auctions, Dallas, 13th April 2011, lot 68092, sold for $850. £200-300

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305 AN ITALIAN EWER, POST 1944 the ribbed or fluted baluster body in 17th century style, stamped ‘800’ 23cm high, 603gr £200-300

305 306 AN IRANI BOX, PRE 1967 rectangular with domed lid, lid chased with birds amidst foliage, the sides with scrolled foliage, 16.5cm wide; together with an Irani rosewater sprinker, pre 1967, typical form, chased with a band of scrolled foliage, 29cm high; and an Irani coffee pot, probably third quarter 20th century, chased with a band of scrolled foliage, 26cm high 1849gr (3)

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£400-600

307 A GEORGE V SILVER COFFEE POT AND SUGAR BOWL, MARSON & JONES, BIRMINGHAM, 1932 of Art Deco flared form with stylised shell and indented moulded rims, initialled D coffee pot 20cm high, 723gr (23oz) including composition handle and finial £350-450

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308 A SILVER MODEL OF A TIGER, MAPPIN & WEBB LTD., LONDON, 1991 realistically modelled with one raised paw 27cm long, 3930gr (126oz) £1500-2000

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309 A GEORGE V SILVER TRAY, ELKINGTON & CO. LTD., BIRMINGHAM, 1935 Art Deco, chamfered rectangular 65.5cm long across end handles, 2985gr (95oz) including ivory-mounted handles £1200-1800 310 A GEORGE V SILVER FOUR-PIECE TEA SET, MAPPIN & WEBB LTD., SHEFFIELD, 1934 Art Deco, octagonal, with reeded rims and stepped plinth bases hot water jug 20cm high, 1608gr (51oz) including composite handles and finials (4) £700-1000

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311 311 (open) 311 A GEORGE V SILVER PATENT NOVELTY 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. £2500-3500 312 A GEORGE V SILVER VASE, WAKELY & WHEELER, LONDON, 1927 trumpet shaped on spreading foot, inscribed between an engraved formal leaf band and an applied girdle 24.5cm high, 707gr (22oz) The inscription reads: ‘M.V. East Lynn’ Presented by Mrs Glenham Davis 3rd July 1928 £350-450

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314 A GEORGE V SILVER PEDESTAL DISH, ELKINGTON & CO. LTD., LONDON, 1912 oval, the everted rim pierced with pales and scroll foliage withing gadrooning and with up-turned shell scroll terminals, spreading foot with conformingly pierced band 34cm wide, 823gr (26oz) £400-600

313 313 A GEORGE V SILVER SALVER, MAPPIN & WEBB LTD., SHEFFIELD, 1932 shaped, plain except for the moulded rim, on four scroll feet 34cm square, 1483gr (47oz) £600-800

315 A SILVER FOUR-PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SET, COOPER BROTHERS & SONS LTD., SHEFFIELD, 1938 Art Deco, ribbed oblong, each on conforming spreading foot coffee pot 20cm high, 2083gr (66oz) including composition handles and finials (4) £1000-1500 316 A VICTORIAN SILVER TRAVELLING TEA KETTLE AND TEAPOT, DESIGNED BY DR CHRISTOPHER DRESSER (1834-1904) CIRCA 1880, HUKIN & HEATH, LONDON, 1896 plain bulbous, the slightly domed covers with wicker-wrapped ring handles, PODR No. for 1881, retailer’s stamp ‘LEUCHARS & SON / GEFFROY SUCCr / 2, RUE DE LA PAIX, PARIS’ teapot 18cm wide, 584gr (18oz) including wicker wrapping to handles (2) Provenance: by repute the estate of the late David Ben-Gurion (1886-1973), Israel’s first Prime Minister. The initial sale of fully provenanced items from Ben-Gurion’s estate by his granddaughter, was auctioned in Tel Aviv, April 2011. This sale caused a great deal of controversy in Israel; consequently a second tranche of Ben-Gurion property, consigned by the same descendant to the same auction house, was sold anonymously. This tea kettle and teapot appeared in this later sale, Shorashim, Tel Aviv, 10th October 2011, lot 69 and although verbal assurances were given as to the Ben-Gurion provenance, the problems following the first sale meant documentation was not provided. £800-1200

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317 A SET OF SIX SILVER KITCHEN PEPPERS, TESSIERS LTD., LONDON, 1978 of typical girdled cylindrical form, Britannia Standard 8.5cm high, 909gr (29oz) (6) £500-800

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318 A SET OF FOUR SILVER PEPPER MILLS, J.B. CHATTERLY & SONS LTD., BIRMINGHAM, 1971 of typical plain waisted form 9.5cm high (4) £300-500

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319 A SET OF FOUR SILVER MUSTARD POTS AND FOUR SALT CELLARS, ASPREY & CO. LTD., LONDON, 1976 plain except for reeded rims, the salts oval, the mustards circular with shell thumbpieces and S scroll handles, mustards stamped ASPREY / LONDON, mustards 9cm wide; together with a set of four silver salt spoons and three mustard spoons, William Adams Ltd., Birmingham, 1970-74, Old English pattern 898gr (28oz) excluding blue glass liners (15) £600-900

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320 A SET OF FOUR SILVER TRENCHER SALTS, TESSIERS LTD., LONDON, 1978 waisted elongated octagonal, Britannia Standard 7.3cm wide, 682gr (21oz) (4) £350-450

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321 A GEORGE V SILVER FRUIT DISH, GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS CO. LTD., LONDON, 1933 the circular dish with a broad rim of pierced scrolls and vines within applied cast fruit-laden vines, on a short pedestal foot 38.5cm wide across end handles, 1185gr (38oz) £500-800 322 A SILVER FRUIT STAND, LEE & WIGFULL, SHEFFIELD, 1936 square, the border pierced and engraved with fruiting vines within a cast applied rim of further vines, on a spreading square foot 26.5cm square, 891gr (28oz) £400-600

323 323 A SET OF THREE EDWARDIAN SILVER DISHES IN SIZES, SIBRAY, HALL & CO., SHEFFIELD AND LONDON, 1907/08 comprising a larger and a pair of smaller shaped oval dishes with scroll terminals and sides pierced with oval palework and husk engraved swags hung from vacant ovals largest 33cm long, smaller 19cm long, 471gr (15oz) (3) £350-450 324 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER FRUIT BOWL, CARRINGTON & CO., LONDON, 1909 pierced trelliswork splayed sides within a shell and reeded rim, on a pale pierced base with four leafy scroll feet 22cm diameter, 502gr (16oz) £300-500 325 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TEAPOT, ELKINGTON & CO. LTD., BIRMINGHAM, 1909 in Regency style, compressed circular, part lobed, with everted gadroon and shell rim 14.5cm high, 851gr (27oz) including wood handle and finial £300-400

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327 326 A SET OF SIX SILVER GOBLETS, C.J. VANDER LTD., LONDON, 1968-71 with plain bowls, knopped baluster stems and spreading feet, each with its own case 13cm high, 1064gr (34oz) (6) £500-700 327 A SET OF SIX GEORGE V SILVER-MOUNTED GLASS WHISKEY TOTS COMPLETE WITH ACCOMPANYING SILVER BOTTLE TICKETS, HUKIN & HEALTH LTD., BIRMINGHAM, 1920 plain lids initialled DB, kidney-shaped tickets engraved ‘Whiskey’ 10cm high (12) £600-800 328 A SILVER COFFEE POT, WILLIAM COMYNS & SONS LTD., LONDON, 1968 in George I octagonal style 25cm high, 838gr (26oz) including wood handle £400-600

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329 A SILVER SALVER, BARKER BROTHERS SILVER LTD., BIRMINGHAM, 1931 shaped, plain, with moulded rim, on four pad feet 26cm square, 641gr (20oz) £250-350 330 AN ELECTROPLATE GALLERY TRAY, PROBABLY EARLY 20TH CENTURY oval, engraved with a band of scroll foliage, pierced gallery with waved gadroon rim 61cm wide £100-150

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331 331 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER THREE-PIECE COFFEE SET AND A PAIR OF SUGAR TONGS, RETAILER’S MARK OF OLLIVANT & BOTSFORD LTD. OF MANCHESTER OVERSTRICKING ANOTHER, PROBABLY DAVID AITKEN, LONDON, 1906/07 the spot-hammered bodies applied with bands and bosses of Celtic decoration, similar handles, the undersides engraved OLLIVANT & BOTSFORD / MANCHESTER coffee pot 24.2cm high, 1929gr (62oz) including ivory insulators (4) The design of this unusual service was inspired by the Ardagh Chalice, the 8th Century gold, jewelled and enamelled silver vessel discovered in 1868 by two boys digging for potatoes near Ardagh, Co. Limerick. This remarkable object is now one of the treasures of the National Museum of Ireland. The heavy gauge and good quality of this service is far superior to other silver items produced in Britain in the popular Celtic style during the early years of the 20th Century. £800-1200 332 A LARGE ELECTROPLATE WARWICK VASE, LINER AND STAND, MAKER’S MARK JG&SONS INCUSE, PROBABLY BIRMINGHAM, CIRCA 1900 cast and applied with vine handles and antique heads, beaded borders, the square stand applied with rams’ heads and fruit and floral festoons 49.5cm overall height £500-700

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333 A SILVER FRUIT DISH, VINERS LTD., SHEFFIELD, 1936 shaped oval, pierced with scrolling foliage, rim foot 28.5cm long, 506gr (16oz) £200-300

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335 334 334 A GEORGE V SILVER TORAH SHIELD (TAS), JOSEPH ZWEIG, LONDON, 1911 with scroll, fruit and flower chased border, applied with a surmounting Torah Crown and Lions of Judah atop columns flanking the Tablet of the Law box, with chain and pendent vacant shield, the shield Morris Salkind, London, 1909 25cm high excluding shield and chain, 661gr (21oz) £600-800 335 A PAIR OF GEORGE V SILVER TORAH FINIALS (RIMMONIM), MAKER’S MARK M.R, LONDON, 1932 typical form, with foliate bands, one missing the ball finial, four bells missing, 34cm high; together with another pair of silver torah finials, Morris Salkind, London, 1922, typical form, alternating plain and foliate bands, bells lacking, one handle detached, 30cm high 1158gr (37oz) (4) £500-700 336 A LARGE SILVER CUP AND COVER, GARRARD & CO. LTD., LONDON, 1939 the plain girdled body with double scroll handles, domed cover with bell finial 53cm high excluding ebonised wood stand, 4387gr (141oz) £2500-3500 337 A GEORGE VI SILVER THREE-PIECE TEASET, ATKIN BROTHERS LTD., SHEFFIELD, 1941 plain oblong, moulded borders and handle, PODR No. 654263 1192gr (38oz) including wood finial and fibre handle to the teapot (3)

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338 A GEORGE V SILVER TRAY, F. HAWKER CARPATHIAN SILVER CO. LTD., BIRMINGHAM, 1932 oblong, plain except for a band of lobes below the moulded rim, with double scroll handles centred by a shell 69cm wide overall, 3479gr (111oz) £1500-2000 339 A GEORGE IV LATER CHASED SILVER TEAPOT, GEORGE BURROWS, LONDON, 1824 bulbous, covered in profuse Victorian chasing, inscribed JM / Smith 25cm wide, 589gr. (18oz) £250-350

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340 A GEORGE V SILVER INKWELL, MAKER’S MARK RUBBED, BIRMINGHAM, 1913 of capstan form 20cm diameter, loaded £60-80 341 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER JUG, MAKER’S MARK RUBBED, CHESTER, 1907 the bellied body with a band of alternate broad flutes and lobes, grotesque mask spout, domed lid with volute thumbpiece 18cm high, 516gr (16oz) including ivory handle insulators £150-250

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342 A SILVER COFFEE POT, BRYAN SAVAGE, LONDON, 1979 plain tapering cylindrical 22cm, 787gr (25oz) including scrolled wood handle £350-450

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343 A LARGE VICTORIAN SILVER-MOUNTED LOOKING GLASS, WILLIAM COMYNS & SONS, LONDON, 1899 shaped oblong, headed by a crested Rococo cartouche and profusely stamped and pierced with scrolls, trellis and flowerheads surrounding the oval bevelled plate, blue velvet backed, with easel support 73cm high The crest and motto are those of Gibbs. £1200-1800 344 ASSORTED CONDIMENT SILVER, COMPRISING: a George III baluster pepperette, Samuel Wood, London, 1759, 11cm high, a Victorian pedestal pepperette, Charles Stuart Harris, London, 1888, a Georgian circular salt cellar on three feet with blue glass liner, marks rubbed, mid 18th century, a Victorian silvermounted glass mustard pot, Birmingham, 1844, a pair of toast racks with five arched bars, Viners Ltd., Sheffield, 1936; together with a pair of Sheffield Plate salt cellars, circa 1800, boat shaped with corded rims and gilt interiors weighable silver 286gr (9oz) (7)

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£100-150 345 A GEORGE V SILVER HOT WATER JUG, MARSTON & JONES OVERSTRIKING ANOTHER, BIRMINGHAM, 1933 ridged baluster, initialled D, 21cm high; together with a George V silver three-piece coffee set, Joseph Gloster Ltd., Birmingham, 1929, of plain tapering form, coffee pot 19cm high; and a silver bowl, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield, 1900, with everted indented rim, 12cm diameter 1015gr (32gr) including two composition handles and finial (5) £400-600 346 A GEORGE V SILVER TEA KETTLE ON LAMPSTAND, JAMES WEIR, GLASGOW, 1917 faceted oval, engraved with a crest and motto for Gillespie, the fixed handle with silver grip, with electroplate burner 29cm high overall, 1117gr (35oz) including ivory insulators

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£400-600 347 A VICTORIAN SILVER COFFEE POT, CHARLES BOYTON, LONDON, 1882 crested, part lobed vase shaped pattern 21.5cm high, 493gr (15oz) including wood handle and finial £200-300

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348 A VICTORIAN SILVER TRAY, GEORGE GILLIAM OVERSTRIKING EDWIN CHARLES PURDIE, LONDON, 1893 oval, inscribed, with gadroon rim and end handles, underside with retailer’s stamp GILLIAM / LONDON 63cm wide, 3091 (99oz) The inscription reads: Presented to The Reverend Henry Franklyn Wolley, On completion of 25 Years of Ministry at St. Mary’s Shortlands, by his Parishioners as a token of their appreciation and affection, 5th July 1893. £1200-1800

348 349 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TEA KETTLE ON LAMPSTAND WITH BURNER, JAMES DIXON & SONS, SHEFFIELD, 1905 plain circular, the stand on three scroll supports 25cm overall height, 1043gr (33oz) including hardwood handle and finial £300-400 350 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SUGAR BASKET, JOSEPH RODGERS & SONS LTD., SHEFFIELD, 1905 square, on four bun supports, the flared sides engraved and pierced with scrolls, swing handle 16.5cm overall height, 163gr (5oz) excluding green glass liner and fitted case £180-220 351 A VICTORIAN SILVER COFFEE POT, WILLIAM COMYNS & SONS, LONDON, 1897 chased with panels of tulips on a matted ground, underside engraved by retailer ‘Martin & Co., Cheltenham’, PODR No. for 1892 19cm high, 553gr (17oz) £200-300

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352 A PAIR OF SILVER SAUCEBOATS, SAMUEL BLANCKENSEE & SONS LTD., BIRMINGHAM, 1934 of shallow elongated form, each on a reeded rim foot, in fitted case 16cm long, 135gr (4oz) (2) £100-150

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353 357 353 A PAIR OF GEORGE V SILVER SAUCEBOATS, MAPPIN & WEBB LTD., LONDON, 1925 of double lipped plain Queen Anne form, with scrolled side handles 19cm long, 693gr (22oz) (2) £500-700

357 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SALVER, P. ASHBERRY & SONS, SHEFFIELD, 1903 initialled EPD surrounded by a bright-cut band of foliage, the rim with raised shells and lobes within a gadroon border, on three shaped foliate panel feet 33cm diameter, 990gr (31oz) £500-700

354 A SILVER BOWL, PROBABLY 20TH CENTURY gilt interior with a rim of chased Rococo foliage, spreading foot, cancelled marks, London Assay Office Case No. 8804 21cm diameter, 575gr (18oz) £250-350 355 A VICTORIAN SILVER SALVER, EDWARD BARNARD & SONS, LONDON, 1895 shaped, plain except for the shell and moulded border within a gadroon and shell rim, on four pad feet 33cm diameter, 956gr (30oz) £450-550

354 356 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER FRUIT DISH, ELKINGTON & CO. LTD., BIRMINGHAM, 1908 shaped oval, with a band of scrolls containing flowerheads, ovolo rim, underside stamped ELKINGTON & CO., 29cm wide; together with the following English silver items: an octagonal caster, Horace Woodward & Co. Ltd., London, 1911, 19.5cm high; a sauceboat on three shell pad feet, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield, 1910; and another sauceboat on three shaped pad feet, Martin, Hall & Co. Ltd., Sheffield, 1910, 811gr (26oz) (4) £400-600

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358 A VICTORIAN SILVER TEAPOT, WRANGHAM & MOULSON FOR LAMBERT & RAWLINS, LONDON, 1850 ribbed baluster, crested, engraved with panels of strapwork and trellis on a matted ground, underside stamped LAMBERT & RAWLINS / COVENTRY ST / LONDON 16cm high, 762gr (24oz) including ivory handle insulators

360 A VICTORIAN SILVER SET OF A TEAPOT AND A MILK JUG, MARTIN, HALL & CO., SHEFFIELD, 1860 lobed baluster, crested and engraved with foliate strapwork panels teapot 17cm high, 951gr (30oz) including ivory insulators to teapot (2)

£350-450

£400-600

361 359 359 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER DRESSING TABLE TRAY, HENRY MATTHEWS OF BIRMINGHAM, CHESTER, 1901 oblong, stamped with ‘Reynold’s Angels’ surrounded by panels of scrolling foliate strapwork, with a leafy gadroon rim 32cm wide, 545gr (17oz) £200-300

361 A VICTORIAN SILVER DISH, JOHNSON, WALKER & TOLHURST, LONDON, 1898 oval, richly decorated with scrolled foliage around a vacant cartouche, with applied scroll foliate rim, PODR No. for 1894 29cm wide, 442gr (14oz) £150-250 362 A GEORGE IV SILVER TEAPOT, EMES & BARNARD, LONDON, 1821 richly decorated with bands of lobes and acanthus, on foliate shell feet, with acanthus embellished spout and flowerbud finial 28cm wide, 872gr (28oz) including ivory handle insulators £400-600

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363 366 633 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER BASKET, FENTON BROTHERS LTD., SHEFFIELD, 1901 oblong, trellis pierced between shells and foliage, swing handle, ball feet 26.5cm wide, 618gr (19oz)

366 A GEORGE IV SILVER BASKET, JOHN HAYNE, LONDON, 1821 shaped circular, richly embossed with panels of foliage, flowers and scrolls below a similar applied border, engraved with a coatof-arms, crest and motto, swing handle (damaged) 30cm diameter, 986gr (31oz)

£300-400

The arms are those of Knox of Scotland and Ireland. £600-800 367 A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT, SARAH & JOHN WILLIAM BLAKE, LONDON, 1818 oblong, embossed with lobes above shell and foliate supports, silver finial and handle 28.5cm long, 783gr (25oz) including ivory insulators £200-300

364 364 A GEORGE V SILVER SWEETMEAT BASKET, HENRY WILLIAMSON LTD., BIRMINGHAM, 1911 bonnet shaped, pale pierced, with entwined wire handle, 21.5cm high; together with a silver sweetmeat dish, Walker & Hall Ltd., Sheffield, 1922, shaped square, pale pierced sides, leafy reeded rim, on four ball and claw feet, 24.5cm square 815gr (26oz) (2)

368 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER INKSTAND, J.C. VICKERY, LONDON, 1904 square, with ribbed rims, ball and claw feet, complete with silver-mounted bevelled glass inkwell 15.5cm wide across loop handles, stand only 209gr (6oz) £180-220

£300-500 365 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER PRESERVE POT STAND, COVER AND SPOON, ROBERTS & BELK LTD., SHEFFIELD, 1904 shaped circular stand with wirework holder, complete with clear glass pot, 14.5cm overall height; together with two silver toastracks, Hirons & Plant, Birmingham, 1890, and Viners Ltd., Sheffield, 1932, respectively oval and rectangular, the first in case with label ‘PAYNE & SON JEWELLERS WALLINGFORD,’ 11.1 and 13.6cm wide 483gr (15oz) of silver (3)

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371 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN ELECTROPLATE MEAT DISH COVERS, THIRD QUARTER 19TH CENTURY in sizes, fluted oval, with artichoke finials 41cm and 36cm wide (2) £200-300

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369 AN IRISH GEORGE IV SILVER SUGAR BOWL, CHARLES MARSH, DUBLIN, 1827 chased with acanthus headed lobed panels, the applied foliate rim with pig’s heads, 23cm wide; together with a Victorian silver sweetmeat dish, Elkington & Co. Ltd., Birmingham, 1896, stamped and pierced with scroll foliage, beaded rim 549gr (17oz) (2) £200-300

372 A PAIR OF SHEFFIELD PLATE WINE COASTERS, MATTHEW BOULTON & PLATE CO., BIRMINGHAM, CIRCA 1820 applied gadroon, shell and foliage borders above friezes of anthemions, turned wood bases with central bosses 17cm diameter (2) £200-300 373 A VICTORIAN SILVER BOWL, MARTIN, HALL & CO., CHESTER, 1896 plain, 14cm diameter; together with a silver sweetmeat dish, William Hutton & Sons Ltd., Birmingham, 1914, plain circular, 14cm wide across handles 300gr (9oz) (2) £80-120

370 (part) 370 A GEORGE IV SILVER WAITER, JOHN JAMES KEITH, LONDON, 1828 gadroon rim, later initialled CBU, on three ball feet, 18cm diameter; together with a George III silver teapot stand, Henry Chawner, London, 1788, shaped oval with moulded rim, panel feet, 17cm wide; and a silver Armada dish, William Comyns & Sons Ltd., London, 1960, typical form, 12cm diameter 566gr (18oz) (3) £300-500

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374 A PAIR OF GEORGE V SILVER CANDLESTICKS, HARRISON BROTHERS & HOWSON, SHEFFIELD, 1928 stamped with husk borders and paterae, square bases and outline, one inscribed 26cm high, loaded (2) The inscription reads: Presented by The Officers & Committee of the Achi Tuv Society to Miss Rita Silverstone and Mr Joseph Neidus on the occasion of their Marriage *1st Sept 1929*26th Av 5689* £200-300


375 375 A GEORGE IV SILVER SNUFFERS TRAY, JOHN & THOMAS SETTLE, GUNN & CO., SHEFFIELD, 1825 oblong, engraved with armorials surrounded by deep scrolls and flowers on a matted ground, gadroon rim interrupted by further flowers and foliage 24cm long, 242gr (7oz) The arms are those of Stratford, Viscounts Aldborough of Belan, co. Kildare, and Viscounts Amiens. £180-220

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376 376 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SALVER, THE GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS CO. LTD., LONDON, 1903 shaped circular, shell and scroll border, the centre engraved with the initials RMB, three claw and ball feet 21.7cm diameter, 379gr (12oz) £150-200 377 A PAIR OF INDIAN COLONIAL SILVER PEPPERETTES, JAMES ARNOLD, CALCUTTA, CIRCA 1800 part lobed urn-shaped, gadroon rim, ball finial, gilt interior 8.5cm high, 151gr (4oz) (2)

378 A WILLIAM IV SILVER COFFEE POT, ROBERT GARRARD & BROTHERS, LONDON, 1830 the ribbed tapering cylindrical body engraved on one side with a crest, the hinged lid with flower finial, the underside stamped GARRARDS Panton Street LONDON 26.5cm high, 1072gr (34oz) including wood handle £800-1200 379 A GEORGE III SILVER SALVER, SMITH & HAYTER OVERSTRIKING ANOTHER, LONDON, 1801 plain oval, reeded border and panel supports 23.2cm wide, 354gr (11oz) £200-300

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382 382 TWO GEORGE III SILVER ENTREE DISHES AND COVERS, LONDON, 1776/79 AND CIRCA octagonal, gadroon rims, the dishes each twice crested, the covers rising to ring handles each twice engraved with coats of arms, one dish and cover numbered ‘3’, dish with poorly struck maker’s mark, cover without maker’s mark, both 1776, the other dish and cover numbered ‘4’, the dish Heming and Chawner overstricking Thomas Heming, 1779, the cover unmarked 28.5cm wide across applied loop handles, 1583gr (50oz) (2) £800-1200

380 380 AN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER SALVER, RICHARD WILLIAMS, DUBLIN, CIRCA 1770 shaped circular, gadroon and shell rim, engraved with armorials 38.5cm diameter, 1374gr (44oz) £800-1200

383 383 A GEORGE III LATER CHASED SILVER BASKET, HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, 1790 oval, reeded rims and swing handle, the bowl later decorated on a matted ground with floral sprays and stiff leaves surrounding initials WSEM, rim with contemporary pierced scroll foliate band 35.5cm wide, 652gr (20oz) £400-600

381 381 A GEORGE II SILVER COFFEE POT, GEORGE METHUEN, LONDON, 1750 engraved with a later crest within a contemporary foliate Rococo cartouche 25cm high, 892gr (28oz) £600-800

384 384 A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT, ROBERT JONES, LONDON, 1799 shaped oval, decorated with bright-cut borders and vacant cartouches, straight spout 28cm wide, 451gr (14oz) including wood handle and finial £250-350

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389 A GEORGE III SILVER OIL AND VINEGAR FRAME, ROBERT PIERCY, LONDON, 1767 with gadrooned bottle holders, C scroll supports, shell pad feet and leaf-capped scroll handle, the pair of cut-glass bottles with silver neck mounts, crested lids with shell thumbpieces and double scroll handles (lion passant mark only) 17cm wide, frame only 435gr (13oz) (3)

388 (part) 388 A GEORGE III SILVER MUSTARD POT, SAMUEL HENNELL, LONDON, 1813 chamfered rectangular, with a gadroon rim, 10.5cm wide; together with a Victorian silver mustard spoon, Henry Stratford, Sheffield, 1898, Onslow pattern, gilt bowl, initialled S; and a Scottish George III silver snuff box, W.P. Cunningham, Edinburgh, no date letter, circa 1800, rectangular, cut corners, the hinged lid engraved with crest, initials and motto, gilt interior, 8.7cm wide 260gr (8oz) excluding blue glass liner (3)

For another Piercy two-bottle cruet of conforming pattern to the frame and bottle mounts see Woolley & Wallis, 21st July 2010, lot 697, sold for £1350. £500-800 390 A VICTORIAN SILVER BUTTER DISH STAND AND COVER, JOHN ANGELL & SON, LONDON, 1843 with plain glass butter dish, fluted stand and cover, the cover with recumbent cow finial 17.1cm diameter, 286gr (9oz) excluding glass dish £200-300

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391 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER TWO-LIGHT CANDELABRA, ROBERT MAKEPEACE AND RICHARD CARTER, LONDON, 1777 with beaded borders and bands of stiff leafage throughout, circular bases and baluster stems, the sticks with crested detachable nozzles, the twin branches centred by fluted urns with flame finials and droprings, the fluted and leaf-capped arms ending in drip-pans and screw-in crested sconces with detachable nozzles, branches with scratch weights 21”10 and 21”6 39cm high, sticks apparently later loaded with plaster, weighable silver 1499gr (48oz) (2) £3000-4000 392 A GEORGE III SILVER MUG, LANGLANDS & ROBERTSON, NEWCASTLE, 1790 baluster, engraved with marriage triangle F/WS within a bright-cut oval 13cm high, 355gr (11oz) £200-300

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393 A GEORGE III ENGLISH PROVINCIAL SILVER TANKARD, JOHN LANGLANDS, NEWCASTLE, 1771 engraved with later armorials between gadroon borders, openwork strap thumbpiece 19cm high, 888gr (28oz) For another Langland’s tankard of 1772 with similar gadrooning and large terminal to the handle, see Peter Wilson, Nantwich, 10th November 2010, lot 221. £1200-1800 394 A QUEEN ANNE MUG, PROBABLY ROBERT TIMBRELL, LONDON, 1702 OR 1709 tapering cylindrical, moulded borders, plain handle 10.5cm high, 271gr (8oz) £300-400

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395 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER CANDLESTICKS, OF SHEFFIELD MANUFACTURE, ORIGINAL MARKS OVERSTRUCK FOR JOHN CARTER, LONDON, 1775 with gadrooned square bases rising with foliage and urns to cluster columns, stiff leaf sconces and detachable nozzles 27cm high, loaded (2) Although manufactured in Sheffield, candlesticks of this type and date are seen which have been re-marked by Goldsmiths’ Hall in London for Carter and others. For another pair of 1775 sticks overstruck for Carter see Bonhams, Knightsbridge, 25th May 2011, lot 439. As remarked by Grimwade, such candlesticks were ‘presumably purchased by him [Carter] to resell at a profit to meet the growing demand for stamped and filled examples in London’ (London Goldsmiths, p.459). £1000-1500

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396 A SET OF FOUR GEORGE III SILVER WINE COASTERS, PETER, ANN & WILLIAM BATEMAN, LONDON, 1801 sides pierced with crested roundels and bright-cut alternate ovals and leafage below reeded rims, turned wood bases 13cm diameter (4) £1500-2000 397 A GEORGE II SILVER COFFEE POT, JOHN VERLANDER, LONDON, 1752 the baluster body engraved with armorials between bands of richly chased Rococo foliage, on domed foot, lid with pineapple finial 25cm high, 946gr (30oz) £1200-1800

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398 A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER CANDLESTICKS, CHARLES MARTIN, LONDON, 1740 spool shaped sconces, shouldered and knopped stems and shaped square moulded bases 16cm high, 850gr (27oz) (2) £2000-3000 399 AN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER MILK JUG, WILLIAM DOYLE, DUBLIN, 1800 bright-cut decorated, with vacant roundels, 14cm high; together with two Edwardian silver cream jugs, one plain bulbous, T.H. Hazlewood & Co., Birmingham, 1908, the other in George II style on three feet, Wakeley & Wheeler, London, 1901 332gr (10oz) (3) £150-200 400 A CHANNEL ISLANDS SILVER CHRISTENING CUP, MAKER’S MARK IH ONLY (UNRECORDED), GUERNSEY, CIRCA 1755 bell form with beaded scroll handles and typical contemporary inscription from the Godparents 6.5cm high, 89gr (2oz)

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The inscription reads: Marthet Charlotte Molet . 1755 Don De Son Parain DVD & Maraine CLM Richard Mayne describes this unknown maker as ‘the king christening cup makers’ in his book Channel Islands Silver, Chichester, 1985, p.121. £300-500 401 A CHANNEL ISLANDS SILVER CHRISTENING MUG, MAKER’S MARK IH ONLY (UNRECORDED), GUERNSEY, MID 18TH CENTURY typical bell form with beaded scroll handles, initialled MLP 6.5cm high, 91gr (2oz)

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402 A GEORGE III SILVER SALVER, JOHN CARTER, LONDON, 1773 engraved with later armorials and cartouche, with beaded and leaf rim, on three ball and claw feet, in a latter fitted case with printed label for Sorley of Glasgow 30cm diameter, 854gr (27oz) £700-1000

402 403 A GEORGE III SILVER COFFEE POT, EDWARD FAIRBROTHER, LONDON, 1809 profusely chased in the Rococo manner with scrolls and foliage and below the crested and vacant cartouches with vignettes of ducks on a pond, with cast spout and foliate baluster finial 28cm high, 1058gr (34oz) including wood handle £700-1000 404 A GEORGE I SILVER CASTER, JOSHUA FRENSHAM, LONDON, 1719 girdled baluster, with bun cover 11cm high, 109gr (3oz) £150-200 405 A GEORGE II SILVER LEMON STRAINER, MAKER’S MARK PARTLY OBLITERATED BY PIERCING, PROBABLY BENJAMIN WEST, LONDON, 1749 typical twin-handled form, 18.5cm wide; together with a Georgian style silver lemon strainer, James Parkes, London, 1926, similar, 15cm wide 169gr (5oz) (2)

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406 A GEORGE II SILVER SALVER, THOMAS ENGLAND, LONDON, 1729 octafoil, later engraved with armorials, on four shaped bracket feet 29.5cm diameter, 735gr (23oz) £2500-3500

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407 A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER TRENCHER SALTS, EDWARD WOOD, LONDON, 1729 waisted rectangular with in-curved corners, crested, gilded wells, 7.8cm wide; together with another George II silver trencher salt, maker’s mark IW (Grimwade No. 3693), London, 1754, square with in-curved corners, underside with marriage triangle B / R*E, 7cm wide 196gr (6oz) (3) £500-700

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408 A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER TRENCHER SALTS, JAMES SMITH, LONDON, 1736 waisted elongated octagonal 7.5cm wide, 84gr (2oz) (2) £300-400 409 A SCOTTISH SILVER-MOUNTED LABURNUM QUAICH, UNMARKED, CIRCA 1690 the bowl of hardwood staves bound with willow withies centred by a silver octafoil plate engraved with contemporary betrothal initials JW over AY, the silver-mounted lugs with engraved formal leaf borders, plain rim mounts 18.3cm wide

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410 410 A FRENCH BURR WOOD PORTRAIT SNUFF BOX, 1820s the lid set with a portait miniature of Napoleon painted half length as a General on the Syrian/Egyptian campaign, signed Robinet, the base basket-work pressed, tortoiseshell lined, 8cm diameter; together with two French portrait miniatures of Napoleon or Josephine, circa 1900, oval, the former signed Deroche?, 11cm high excluding rectangular wood frames (3) £400-600

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411 A MINIATURE OF ‘LES DELICES DE LA TABAGIE’ AFTER DAVID TENIERS THE YOUNGER, LATE 19TH CENTURY painted on ivory, an interior scene of clay pipe smokers seated at table, the innkeeper leaving the room 10cm x 8cm excluding brass rim mount £250-350 412 A RELIEF CARVED MOTHER-OF-PEARL PROFILE ROUNDEL OF THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND, PROBABLY ENGLISH, CIRCA 1750 head and shoulders, wearing armour, sash and Order of the Bath cross and the Garter star, mounted in a later rosewood box with nickel leaf inlay and stringing roundel 6.5cm diameter, box 10cm wide Prince William, Duke of Cumberland (1721-1765), was a younger son of George II. Seen from today’s perspective, his role in the brutal suppression of the Jacobite Rebellion perhaps justly earned him the nickname ‘Butcher Cumberland’, although at the time his prompt action in stopping the war meant he was hugely popular with most of the Scottish population, as well as the rest of country, for delivering them so swiftly from the Jacobite menace. Following an unsuccessful campaign during the Seven Years War and the humiliating Convention of Klosterzeven in 1757, he resigned from all his military and public offices. He returned to some greater favour under George III, but his health was deteriorating and he died at just 44 years old in 1765.

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£500-700 413 A FRENCH SILVER-MOUNTED PICTURE-SET TOILET BOX, PROBABLY ANDRE DELPY, PARIS, EARLY 20TH CENTURY the lid set with a glazed watercolour of a basket of flowers signed Line? Lemaitre within a white enamel border, engine-turned sides, glass body with floral swags, plain base mount 8cm diameter £200-300

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414 A FRENCH TORTOISESHELL SOUVENIR CHEROOT CASE, CIRCA 1889 oblong, inlaid with a view of the Eiffel Tower and a Montgolfière, with scarlet silk lining and vesta striker 14.5cm long

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£300-500 415 A FRENCH SILVER-GILT-MOUNTED CUT GLASS SCENT BOTTLE, RETAILED BY TAULIN, PALAIS ROYAL, PARIS, MID 19TH CENTURY richly cast and chased with openwork scrolls, fruits and foliage, the front with a figure of a young triton standing on a dolphin, hinged lid concealing a ground glass stopper, French control mark (boar’s head), in original green morocco case with printed paper label: Palais Royal No.131 / TAULIN / Ft de Nécessaires / Objects de Fantaisie / PARIS 11.5cm high £500-800 416 A VICTORIAN SILVER-MOUNTED BOOT AND GLOVE SET, ADIE & LOVEKIN LTD., BIRMINGHAM, 1899 each silver handle with lobes and flutes terminating in the roaring head of a leopard, the glove stretchers also with green paste eyes and nickel blades, the larger button hook and shoe horn with steel tools, the small button hook with silver hook, in a fitted case glove stretchers 18cm long (4)

417 A SET OF FOUR GEORGE V SILVER ‘FOUR-LEAF CLOVER’ CARD HOLDERS, MARTIN, HALL & CO. LTD. OVERSTRIKING ANOTHER, BIRMINGHAM, 1911 the green tinted nacre lucky leaves on domed loaded bases 4.5cm high (4) £150-200 418 A ROCK CRYSTAL CARVED FISH PAPERWEIGHT, POSSIBLY INDIAN, EARLY 20TH CENTURY with a carnelian set gold ringed eye, in cream lined purple velour case 15cm long £300-400

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419 AN AMERICAN DENDRITIC JASPER SET BOX, VERDURA LLC, NEW YORK, MID 20TH CENTURY plain rectangular, with jasper set lid and base, stamped ‘14K VERDURA’ 10cm long The designer and jeweller Fulco Santo Stefano della Cerda, Duke of Verdura, and Marquis of Murata la Cerda, otherwise known as Fulco di Verdura, was born in Sicily, in 1898, a cousin of the Prince of Lampedusa (author of The Leopard). He first met his lifelong friends and supporters, Mr and Mrs Cole Porter, at a party in his hometown of Palermo in 1919. The Porters introduced Verdura to Coco Chanel at a party they were hosting in Venice in 1926. Having updated the settings of jewellery Chanel had been given by exlovers, including Bendor, Duke of Westminster, and the Russian Grand Duke Dmitri, Verdura was made head designer for the company’s jewellery. In 1934 he left for America and following a meeting through Diana Vreeland, started working with the jeweller Paul Flato, designing for many West Coast stars and East Coast socialites. His own business was opened in New York in 1939 and in 1941 he collaborated with Salvador Dali on a series of designs. The style icon ‘Babe’ Paley became a muse and his career as a high society jeweller continued throughout the 50s and 60s, including supplying pieces to the Duchess of Windsor. Retiring to paint in London in 1973, he died in 1978. £800-1200 420 A GERMAN GOLD BOX, PROBABLY HANAU, CIRCA 1825 cut cornered rectangular, with ribboned engine-turning, the lid engraved through the coloured gold with a panel of a farmyard scene, stamped thrice to lid and base with a leaf mark 10.4cm wide, 100gr £2200-2800 421 A VICTORIAN GOLD SNUFF BOX, GEORGE EDWARDS, LONDON, 1859 decorated with wavy engine-turning within narrow borders chased with flowers and foliage, the hinged lid engraved with a crest within rectangular reserve, inscribed on the interior ‘NELLIE. / FROM AUNT ALICE. / JAN. 31. 1894.’, 18 carat 8.3cm, 145gr Provenance: Christie’s, London, 27 March 1979, lot 145 According to Culme (vol. I, p. 138), George Edwards of 19 Seckford Street, Clerkenwell, a successor to Thomas Edwards of Ratcliffe Row, became bankrupt on his own petition in 1862. £3000-4000 422 A GEORGE IV GOLD SNUFF BOX, CHARLES RAWLINGS, LONDON, 1825 rectangular, engine-turned within plain borders, applied chased floral and foliate thumbpiece, 18 carat 7.3cm wide, 74gr Provenance: Asprey & Co., London, 14 December 1974 £1800-2200

423 A GOLD CIGAR LIGHTER, HORTON & ALLDAY, BIRMINGHAM, 1919 in the form of a book, complete with detachable gold-mounted striker, the front engraved H.S.M. 1911-1919, pendent ring, engraved with retailer’s name and address J.C. VICKERY, 177-183 REGENT St W, 9 carat 5.5cm, 16.7gr (5dwt) all in £150-200 424 A LOUIS XVI TWO-COLOUR GOLD BONBONNIERE, JEAN-EDME JULLIOT, CHARGE AND DISCHARGE MARKS OF JEAN-BAPTISTE FOUACHE, PARIS, 1776 circular, engine-turned within lemon-coloured borders of stiff foliage, the underside and detachable cover with similar rosettes of swirling leaves 4.4cm diameter, 41gr Provenance: Phillips, London, 15 May 1981, lot 138 £800-1200 425 AN ITALIAN SNUFF BOX, MILAN, 1944-1968 oblong, bright-cut engraved over a linear engine-turned ground with scroll foliate panels, interior inscribed ‘Capri 1963’, stamped with Italian lozenge mark, ‘750’ and ‘K18’ 9.5cm wide, 135gr £2800-3200 426 A GOLD CIGARETTE CASE, ASPREY & CO. LTD., LONDON, 1934 rectangular, engine-turned, with Art Deco enamelled initials CFW, with patent slide release, interior facsimile engraved ‘Cyril 1934’, 9 carat 12.5cm long, 161gr including brass-mounted elastic retaining strap Provenance: the initials and facsimile are for Cyril Frederick Walters (1905-1992) a well-known cricketer, who enjoyed very successful seasons for Warwickshire in 1932 and ‘33, when he also started playing for England. During the year inscribed in the case (1934) he was named by Wisden ‘Cricketer of the Year’ and captained England for one Test, but in spite of huge promise to come, retired from cricket the following year, citing health and his recent marriage as the reasons. Thence by direct family descent. £2000-3000 427 A GOLD COMPACT, KUTCHINKSKY, LONDON, 1963 with diaper patterned waved engine-turning to top and base, ribbed sides with thumbpiece set with step-cut sapphires, sprung lid set to interior with mirror, mirror mount signed Kutchinsky LONDON, 18 carat 7.7cm diameter, 128gr all in (including mirror) Originally based in the East End, after opening premises in Knightsbridge the jeweller Kutchinsky became highly fashionable in the 1960s and 1970s. The family business was sold in 1991 to Moussaieff Jewellers Ltd., who maintain a Kutchinsky boutique in Brompton Road. £2000-3000

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431 431 A GEORGE IV SILVER NOVELTY VINAIGRETTE, JOSEPH BETTRIDGE, BIRMINGHAM, 1829 in the form of a pocket watch, centred by the initials MAW surrounded by a band of engine-turning and shell and leaf outer border, with cast foliate rims, gilt interior with scroll foliate pierced grille 3.4cm diameter excluding suspension ring £200-300

428 428 A FRENCH GOLD SNUFF BOX, LOUIS-FRANCOIS TRONQUOY, PARIS, CIRCA 1840 with damask engine-turning surrounded by scrolled foliage and centred by a vacant cartouche, chased floral borders and thumbpiece, maker’s mark, post 1838 3rd title mark, 18 carat 8.2cm long, 97gr £2000-3000 429 A GEORGE IV SILVER SNUFF BOX, EDWARD SMITH, BIRMINGHAM, 1829 rectangular, the lid initialled WH surrounded by engine-turning and an applied cast foliate rim and thumpiece, reeded sides, gilt interior, 7.3cm long; together with a Victorian silver locket, probably Edward Umfreville, Birmingham, 1878, oval, applied with conjoined Gothic initials NNAC, 4.5cm high excluding suspension loop (2) £120-180 430 A GEORGE III SILVER TOOTHPICK CASE, LINNET & ATKINSON, LONDON, 1813 rectangular, engine-turned within plain borders, the cover applied with a crested plaque, gilt interior, 7.7cm wide; and two rectangular silver snuff boxes, one Ledsam, Vale & Wheeler, Birmingham, 1828, engine-turned within chased borders, 8.7cm wide, the other Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham, 1838, richly chased, 7cm wide (3) £200-300

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432 AN AUSTRIAN SILVER AND ENAMEL PILL BOX, SIMON GRÜNEWALD, VIENNA, CIRCA 1880 lid enamelled with a scene of Cupid and pair of lovers, sides applied with enamelled ribbon-tied floral swags, gilt interior 3.8cm wide £100-150 433 A GEORGE III GOLD VINAIGRETTE, GILES LOYER, LONDON, 1810 oval, engine-turned all over, the interior with plain pierced hinged grille, 18 carat 3cm wide, 12gr Provenance: Alfred Bromet, 55 Burlington Arcade, London, W1, circa 1980 Giles Loyer entered his mark from 21 Denmark Street, Soho, on 28 October 1799 (Grimwade, p. 361). For further references to him and his associates, some of whom were engine-turners, see Culme, vol, I, p. 87, footnote 3. £300-500 434 A VICTORIAN GOLD LOCKET, UNMARKED, CIRCA 1865 oval, applied on either side with a cross within engraved borders, pendent ring, the interior with glazed photograph portrait of a young man with mutton chop whiskers, 18 carat gold 2.4cm high, 5.3gr all in £100-150


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435 435 A RUSSIAN SILVER NIELLO WORK CHEROOT CASE, MAKER’S MARK AE, MOSCOW, 1877 with basket-weave texturing, the base with a vacant roundel, the lid with a nielloed troika scene, 875 standard, 9.5cm long; together with another silver and niello cheroot case, 20th century, covered in nielloed geometric patterning, the base with a vacant roundel, the lid with a scene of a single horse sledge, 875 standard, 10cm long (2) £250-350 436 A RUSSIAN SILVER NIELLO WORK CHEROOT CASE, MAKER’S MARK APPARENTLY OR (IN CYRILLIC), MOSCOW, 1874 covered in nielloed scrolled foliage, the base with a vacant roundel, the lid with a scene of a troika full of befurred passengers, 875 standard, 9cm long; together with another Russian silver niello work cheroot case, maker’s mark apparently PSE (in cyrillic), Moscow, late 19th century, covered in nielloed scrolled foliage, the base with a vacant oval, the lid with a scene of a troika with a befurred passenger, 875 standard, 9.3cm long (2) £250-350

439 439 A MINIATURE SILVER-GILT CASKET, UNMARKED, POSSIBLY INDIAN OR BATAVIAN, LATE 17TH CENTURY/ EARLY 18TH CENTURY rectangular, covered in foliate flat-chasing, with drop loop end handles, on shaped bracket feet 5.5cm wide £600-800

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437 A RUSSIAN SILVER SNUFF BOX, JOHANN FRIEDRICH DREVSEN, ASSAY MASTER ALEXANDER YASHINOV, ST PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1820 oval, the twin gilt compartments concealed by lids secured with a screw-in double snuff spoon, one lid engraved with initials on a shield set against an Imperial double eagle, French ‘Swan’ marks 9.5cm long, 143gr (4oz) £150-250 438 A RUSSIAN SILVER NIELLO SNUFF BOX, MARKS RUBBED, APPARENTLY 1856 rectangular, covered in scrolled foliage, gilt interior, 875 standard 8.5cm long £200-300

440 440 A WILLIAM IV SILVER-MOUNTED ‘CASTLE TOP’ AIDE MEMOIRE, JOSEPH WILLMORE, BIRMINGHAM, 1834 with relief views of Abbotsford House seen from the Tweed and Dryburgh Abbey, each beneath a crested cartouche, green watered silk interior fitted with three ivory sheaves and a propelling pencil 8cm wide For another Willmore aide memoire of the same date and pattern, see Bonhams, Solihull, 14th December 2010, lot 21, sold for £720. £400-600

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441 (in case) 443 441 441 A PARCEL-GILT-SILVER AND ENAMEL TRAFALGAR EGG, THEO FABERGE, BIRMINGHAM, 2005 the cobalt blue guilloché enamel ground applied to the front with a relief of the battle after Auguste Mayer and to the rear with a copy of the Naval Gold Medal (thrice awarded to Nelson) beneath an Imperial Russian crown and above a band of anchor-hung rope swags, spreading foot with Holtzapffel lathe cut border, interior with a bust of Nelson after John Flaxman on an engine-turned ground, underside engraved Theo Fabergé. / Sarah Fabergé / No. 4, in original case with St Petersburg Collection certificate 18cm high

443 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER-MOUNTED TORTOISESHELL CARRIAGE TIMEPIECE, ATKIN BROTHERS, LONDON, 1902 oblong, with silver swing handle, front corners, hinge and bun feet, white dial with Arabic numerals and floral swags, the movement handle wound, in original twin doored maroon leather case with blue interior stamped with gilt label for The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd. 11cm high including upright handle £400-600

Limited to an edition of fifty (of which the present example is number four), the Trafalgar Egg, commemorating the battle’s bicentenary, was created by Theo Fabergé and Sarah Fabergé to help raise funds for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. For another example, auctioned on behalf of the RNLI, see Sotheby’s, London, 5th October 2005, lot 266, sold for £16,800. £2000-3000

444 (in case) 442 A VICTORIAN SILVER TRAVELLING APPLE CORER, JOSEPH WILLMORE, BIRMINGHAM, 1841 with an octagonally faceted screw-in handle, 1cm long; together with the following smallwork: an Edwardian silver sliding taper holder, the elongated cylinder with triangular foliate slider, terminating in a scroll finger ring, S. Blanckensee & Sons Ltd., Birmingham, 1904, 20.5cm long; an Edwardian three-piece manicure set, the steel nail file, tweezers and cuticle pusher with silver handles and scroll foliate engraved cylindrical covers all suspended from a ring, Francis Wade, Birmingham, 1905, each 7cm long; a small crochet hook, 4 1/2 size, with silver handle and scroll foliate engraved cylindrical cover, Francis Wade, Birmingham, 1912, 8cm long; and a Victorian silver retractable button hook, in the form of a dumbbell, Abraham Danziger, Birmingham, 1888, 4cm long (5)

444 AN AUSTRIAN SILVER AND ENAMEL EGG FORM WATCH, LUDWIG POLLITZER, VIENNA, LATE 19TH CENTURY the blue enamel body overlaid with chased cagework silver mounts of birds amidst scroll foliage, girdled by the white enamel motto ‘DIEU VOUS BENIT’, with rose diamond set thumbpiece, interior with white enamel dial keywound watch, movement signed Strigmer(?) in Wien, in original tooled leather case 5.5cm long

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445 (movement) 445 PATEK PHILIPPE, GENEVA, REF. 1578, MOVEMENT NO. 704222, CASE NO. 685685 MADE CIRCA 1955 rare, large, center-seconds, 18K yellow gold wristwatch with an 18K yellow gold Patek Philippe buckle, polished three-body case with inclined bezel, lapidated lugs, snap-on back with engraved initials “FTC”, brushed silver with applied gold dart indexes and Arabic quarter-hour numerals, outer minutes and 1/5 seconds divisions, yellow gold feuille hands; caliber 27SC, rhodium plated, fausses cotes decoration, 18 jewels, straight-line lever escapement, cut bimetallic compensation balance, blued steel Breguet balance spring, shock absorber, swan-neck micrometer regulator; dial, movement and case signed 35mm diameter

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£5000-6000 446 INTERNATIONAL WATCH COMPANY, SCHAFFHAUSEN, “DER DOPPELCHRONOGRAPH AUTOMATIC”, CASE NO. 2728532, REF. 3713 MADE CIRCA 1995 stainless steel, self-winding, water-resistant wristwatch with roundbutton split-seconds chronograph, registers, day and date calendar and and IWC stainless steel buckle; two-body case, brushed, stepped inclined bezel, screw-down crown and back, concave lugs, button at 10 for the split-seconds, sapphire crystal, black with white Arabic numerals and luminous quarter-hour indexes, outer fifths of a second divisions, apertures for the day and date, subsidiary dials for the seconds, 30minute and 12-hour registers; luminous steel hands; movement caliber 79230, 29 jewels, straight-line lever escapement, monometallic balance, self-compensating flat balance spring, shock absorber; dial, movement and case signed 42mm diameter

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£2000-3000 447 INTERNATIONAL WATCH COMPANY, SCHAFFHAUSEN, “GST CHRONOGRAPH”, NO. 2692482. MADE IN THE 1990s titanium quartz, water-resistant wristwatch with round-button chronograph, registers, date, tachometer and a titanium IWC bracelet with deployant clasp; two-body case with screw-down back and crown, sapphire crystal; black with luminous baton indexes, subsidiary dials for the seconds, 30-minute and 12-hour registers, date aperture, outer tachometer scale, luminous white hands; caliber 631 movement with quartz standardisation, 25 jewels, mechanical chronograph mechanism, hack feature; dial, movement and case signed 37mm diameter £600-900

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448 LADY’S ART DECO DIAMOND SET COCKTAIL WATCH WITH SILVER STRAP the oblong cream dial with black Arabic numerals and hands, within a bezel set with single-cut diamonds with ‘meander’ pattern shoulders similarly set, on an adjustable mesh bracelet strap length of dial and bezel approximately 38mm £400-600 449 DIAMOND NECKLACE, CIRCA 1960 designed as a row of channel-set brilliant-cut diamonds with a knife wire spray set with marquise- and brilliant-cut diamonds (detached) and an asymmetric cluster clasp similarly set £3000-4000 450 DIAMOND BROOCH, LATE 1950s designed as a flower set throughout with brilliant-cut diamonds £600-800 451 RUBY AND DIAMOND BROOCH/PENDANT, 1950s the pavé set single-cut diamond bow divided by three curving rows of calibré-cut rubies accented with swags of collet-set single-and brilliant-cut diamonds £400-600 452 TOURMALINE AND DIAMOND RING set to the centre with an oval pink tourmaline within an asymmetrical looping surround, accented with brilliant-cut diamonds London import mark 1990, 18 carat size M £500-700 453 ETERNITY RING set around the shank with single-cut diamonds, size R

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456 MESH NECKLACE designed as a flexible flat ribbon with textured decoration, gold marks, length 420mm approximately, weight 63.4gr

£1000-1500 457 FOUR GOLD STICK PINS AND A BAR CLIP, LATE 19TH/ EARLY 20TH CENTURY the terminal of one set with two fox teeth (one gold cap missing), two others modelled as fox heads (one with a riding crop), the fourth as a small spray of mistletoe set with a pearl and a small diamond, the clip similarly applied with a small fox head with gem-set eyes, two stamped 9ct, mistletoe example 15ct (5) £300-400 458 SEED PEARL AND DIAMOND BROOCH/PENDANT, 1890s designed as a constellation of stars, set throughout with seed pearls with a central circular-cut diamond on a trace-link back chain; together with a dragon fry stock pin, mounted with an oval red stone thorax, seed pearl wings and green paste eyes; and an oval engraved locket opening to reveal two glazed compartments. (3) £150-200 459 LONG CHAIN designed as a single row of fancy long and knotted links, length approximately 1440mm £250-350 460 A SET OF GREEK WORRY BEADS, MODERN comprising nineteen beads on a chain with slide initialled AT and terminating in a beaded tassel 23.5cm long, 36.5gr £800-1000 461 PAIR OF EMERALD AND SAPPHIRE RINGS, CIRCA 1978 the interlocking kite-shaped collets set respectively with circularcut sapphires and emeralds, both size Q ¼ hallmarked London 18 carat gold (2) £200-300 462 GOLD RING of hexagonal design, size M, 18 carat, hallmarked London, 2003 10.1gr £200-300

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463 MULTICOLOURED GEMSTONE NECKLACE designed with a central bib, collet-set with oval multicoloured stones including: tourmalines, garnets, citrines, peridot, blue topaz, amethysts, iolites and zircons, all linked with fine chain connections length approximately 443mm £300-500 464 PERIDOT NECKLACE the central triangular bib, collet-set with oval peridots, on a chain similarly set, to an adjustable clasp, hallmarked 18 carat, London 2011 length approximately 493mm

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468 AMETHYST AND DIAMOND RING mounted with a central-faceted oval amethyst between pavé set brilliant-cut diamonds (one small diamond missing), size O £200-400

469 PAIR OF EIGHTEEN CARAT GOLD AND AMETHYST EAR PENDANTS, CIRCA 1992 each pear-shaped faceted ameythst suspended from a gold heart shaped surmount, hallmarked London 1992, makers mark SW (2) £200-300

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Conditions of Business for Buyers 1.

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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.

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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).

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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.

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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.

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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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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

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(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 Decorative Works of Art 20th November 2012