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180. A bronze mortar, with an everted lip above five grotesque male masks, the base stamped with a shell, 16th / 17th century, together with a Chinese polished bronze incense burner on tripod beast feet, the underside with dragons chasing a pearl and a six character mark and a Japanese censer with boy feet and a nine character mark, 18cm (max). (3) £200-300 181. Horse racing interest. A George II folk art copper warming pan, with a turned fruitwood handle, the hinged lid pierced and naively engraved with flowers and leaves and centred with a stallion, inscribed ‘... A HORSE BELONGING TO THE EARL OF PORTMORE 1743’, 114cm long. £200-300 182. An 18th century treen walnut and iron coupe baguette or saladier, probably for herbs, with a fret carved end and a guillotine blade with a turned handle and a naive head finial, 69.6 x 29.7cm. £200-300 Provenance: From the Estate of the late Eila Grahame.
183. A Victorian ivory and steel carving set, the handles carved with dog’s heads, the knife blade stamped ‘J. WALTER & Co. 25 BURGESS STREET, SHEFFIELD’, the fork with a hinged rest, 43cm long (max). (2) £100-150
Furniture, Works of Art & Clocks | Wednesday 3rd July 2019