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DECORATIVE ARTS: DESIGN SINCE 1860  26TH APRIL 2017

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Wednesday, 26th April, 2017 33 Broughton Place Edinburgh

Decorative Arts: Design since 1860


Decorative Arts: Design since 1860 Wednesday, 26th April, 2017 at 10am Sale Number LT488

Including Part I of East meets West: a Private European Collection 19th & 20th century Pictures

Viewing Times Sunday, 23rd April 12–4pm Monday, 24th April 10am–5pm Tuesday, 25th April 10am–5pm Morning of the sale from 9am

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Order of Sale Decorative Arts: Design since 1860 Wednesday 26th April at 10am 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh Pages 6-38

East meets West: A Private European Collection Consigned from a private European collector Part I, is included as a section in this sale of Decorative Arts on April 26th in Edinburgh. The collection comprises a wide group of British, European and American ceramics, glass and sculpture, predominately from the early to mid-20th century. Part II, a collection of Chinese Scholar’s Rocks will sold in London as part of Asian Works of Art on May 9th.

41-60

Decorative Arts

61- 67

Pictures: Part I

69-99

Decorative Arts

100-108

Pictures: Part II

110-136

Decorative Arts

137-143

Pictures: Part III

145-164

Decorative Arts

165-171

Pictures: Part IV

172-184

Decorative Arts

Glossary The following expressions with their accompanying explanations are used by Lyon & Turnbull as standard cataloguing practice. Our use of these expressions does not take account of the condition of the lot or the extent of any restoration. Buyers are recommended to inspect the property themselves. Written condition reports are usually available on request.

Name(s) or Recognised Designation of an Artist In our opinion a work by the artist Attributed to… In our opinion probably a work by the artist in whole or in part. Studio of … / Workshop of … In our opinion a work executed in the studio or workshop of the artist, possible under his supervision

Circle of … In our opinion a work of the period of the artist and s o in is in uence Follower of … In our opinion a work executed in the artist’s style but not necessarily by a pupil. Manner of … In our opinion a work executed in the artist’s style but of a later date After … In our opinion a copy (of any date) of a work of the artist.

Signed … / Dated … / Inscribed … / In our opinion the work has been signed/dated/inscribed by the artist. Bears Signature … / Date … / Inscription … / In our opinion the signature/ date/inscription appears to be by a hand other than that of the artist. Dimensions are given height before width.


East meets West: A Private European Collection Part I

1 MARTIN BROTHERS, LONDON

SALT-GLAZED CHARACTER JUG, DATED 1903 modelled to both sides with a mask, moulded handle, incised maker’s marks R. W. MARTIN & BROS./ LONDON/& SOUTHALL/5.10.1903 1 cm high £1,500-2,500

2 MARTIN BROTHERS

EXHIBITION POSTER, 1978 Sotheby’s Belgravia and Richard Dennis Gallery, 26 September – 14th October 1978, framed and glazed cm 50cm £100-150

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


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3 WILLIAM MOORCROFT (1872-1945) FOR J. MACINTYRE & CO.

MINIATURE ‘FLORIANWARE’ VASE, CIRCA 1 10 decorated with lilac, and highlighted with gilt, printed maker’s marks, initialled W.M. 6cm high £400-600

4 WILLIAM MOORCROFT (1872-1945) FOR J. MACINTYRE & CO.

OVOID LORIAN ARE VASE CIRCA 1 00 allo er o erin oliate decoration printed maker’s mark, signed W. MOORCROFT DES. 1 cm high £250-350

5 WILLIAM MOORCROFT (1872-1945) FOR MOORCROFT POTTERY PERSIAN PATTERN VASE CIRCA 1 20 impressed maker’s mark, signed W. MOORCROFT 21cm high £300-500


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6 BERNARD MOORE (1850-1935)

AL STER LA VASE ITH SILVER RI CIRCA 1 1 with applied gilt and enamels, depicting a Japanese interior, maker’s mark to base BERNARD MOORE, hallmarked Chester 1913 1 cm high Note: ernard oore rst joined is at er s pottery rm in 65 and t en took o er t e rm t o years later upon is at er s deat is brot er amuel t en joined t e rm and rom 7 05 t ey ere tradin in London as t e oore ros T e rm as sold to T C Wild in 1905 and Moore moved to a premises on Wolfe Street where he worked as a Consultant Potter and created pieces with spectacular glazes until his death in 1935. £500-700

7 EVELYN HOPE BEARDMORE FOR BERNARD MOORE

OVOID LA VASE CIRCA 1 10 decorated with foliate bands, painted maker’s mark under base BERNARD MOORE and with artist’s monogram 11 5cm high £300-500

8 BERNARD MOORE (1850-1935)

SMALL OVOID FLAMBÉ VASE, CIRCA 1 10 with applied gilt and enamels, depicting a Japanese interior, maker’s mark to base BERNARD MOORE cm high £300-500

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


ecorati e Arts 9 9 CHARLES NOKE (1858-1941) AND HARRY NIXON (1886-1955) FOR ROYAL DOULTON

S ALL CHANG SHO LDERED VASE CIRCA 1 2 covered in a volcanic running glaze with splashes of greens, reds, yellows and turquoise over a amb round printed maker s marks painted artist’s marks H.N./NOKE/CHANG cm high £300-500

10 ROYAL DOULTON

COLLECTION OF STONEWARE VASES, LATE 1 TH EARL 20TH CENT R comprising a TAPERING VASE, decorated with tubelined o erin olia e marked 2F 0 5cm i a PA F AL TE A E eac it painted Art ou eau ures si ned A marked 6007 2 5cm i a W LLE CYLINDRICAL VASE, marked FF/1861/MW, 21.5cm; a TAPERED VASE, marked 138/8128/ BN, 19.5cm; a VASE, of ‘collapsed’ form, marked 2 05 L 5cm diameter and a AT E A E 7cm i eac it printed or impressed factory marks (7) £300-500

11 ROYAL DOULTON

COLLECTION O IG RES EARL 20TH CENT R to include: THE POTTER, HN1493, 17.5cm; THE MASK SELLER, HN2103, 22cm; THE CELLIST, HN2226, 21cm; THE ORANGE LADY, HN1953, 21.5cm; BIDDY PENNYFARTHING, HN1843, 21.5cm; THE POACHER, HN2043, 26cm; MICAWBER, 10cm; BUZFUZ, 11cm; BUZFUZ, 11cm; FAT BOY, 10cm; SCROOGE, 10cm; JINGLE, 10.5cm; PICKWICK, 10cm; and TINY TIM, 5cm £300-500


10 Lyon & Turnbull 12 RICHARD JOYCE (1873-1931) FOR PILKINGTON’S ROYAL LANCASTRIAN

THREE O LDED VASES CIRCA 1 0 each covered in a mottled orange glaze, one moulded with a frieze of lions, bear incised signature R. JOYCE, 2 cm i anot er moulded it s bears incised artist s mono ram 5cm i and anot er moulded it a rie e o lions 2 cm i eac it impressed maker’s marks (3) 21cm 2 cm a

15cm high

£600-900

13 MINTONS LTD.

SECESSIONIST VASE CIRCA 1 10 decorated with tube-line vines and foliage, painted on a tur uoise round printed marks cm i and a MINTONS LTD. ‘SECESSIONIST’ SERVING WL tube lined oral painted it oliate border stamped, with an indistinct mark (2) £200-300

14 CARLO MANZONI (1855-1910) FOR GRANVILLE POTTERY, STOKE-ON-TRENT PAIR O TAPERING VASES DATED 18 eac incised it a band o o erin olia e incised maker’s monogram and dated 1895 (2) 26 5cm high £200-300

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


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15 [§] BERNARD LEACH (1887-1979)

ST IVES STONEWARE VASE it ertical uted decoration 2 5cm i and a E A LEAC T E FACETTE A E cm i bot covered with tenmoku glazes and with impressed St. Ives and artist’s seal mark (2) £1,000-1,500

16 [§] BERNARD LEACH (1887-1979)

ST IVES STONEWARE VASE of baluster form, 18m high; and another BERNARD LEACH ST IVES STONEWARE VASE, with stylised leaf decoration cm i bot co ered it tenmoku la es and with impressed St. Ives and artist’s seal marks (2) £500-800

17 [§] LUCIE RIE (1902-1995)

SQUARE SECTION STONEWARE VESSEL covered with a pitted volcanic glaze, bears seal mark under base LR 23cm high Note: ie s ork demonstrates a rm basis in modernism and an interest in architecture which dates back to her early years in Vienna. This vessel also shows a deliberately primitive quality which acknowledges Rie’s interest in archaeology – particularly Neolithic and Bronze Age pottery and tools. £1,500-2,500


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18 PIERRE-ADRIEN DALPAYRAT (1844-1910)

PAIR OF ART NOUVEAU STONEWARE VASES, CIRCA 18 8 of double gourd form, each covered in Sang de Boeuf glaze, incised maker’s marks (2) 13cm high Note: Dalpayrat primarily worked in Limoges, where he became a master of working with red sandstone, eventually giving the name ‘rouge Dalpayrat’ to his celebrated sang de boeuf glaze. £1,000-1,500

19 JOSEPH MOUGIN (1876-1961) FOR MOUGIN FRÈRES, NANCY

ART NO VEA CR STALLINE GLA ED O L CIRCA 1 00 moulded with an Art Nouveau maiden, moulded maker’s marks J. C A C cm ide an F E C A T NOUVEAU CERAMIC VASE BY ALFRED RENOLEAU (1854-1930), painted it a o erin oliate rie e si ned it initials CA 7cm i 2 £500-700

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


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20 AUGUSTE DELAHERCHE (1857-1940)

ART NO VEA STONE ARE VASE CIRCA 18 8 with four applied handles, dark brown and pink glazes on a bu round impressed maker s mark A TE DELAHERCHE/6994, painted monogram AXP 1 cm high Note: Delaherche was a pioneer of the Art Nouveau style in Paris ose ork as ex ibited idely it t e oci t ationale des Beaux-Arts, International Exhibitions and the annual Salon in Paris. In 1896 he moved from Paris to the north of France, Armentieres, where he went on to produce plain and robust works inspired by Oriental and Greek pottery in the manner of the traditional Beauvais style. £300-500

21 AUGUSTE DELAHERCHE (1857-1940)

ART NO VEA STONE ARE VASE CIRCA 1 00 co ered in a mottled bu la e on a ite round painted mark AUG. DELAHERCHE, with monogram, 0cm i F A TE ELA E C E AT E VASES, each with impressed or painted maker’s marks, lar est cm i and a A E EA LA LA E (1879-1928), with pitted volcanic glaze, incised maker’s mark 5cm i 6 £600-900

22 PAUL MILET (1870-1950) FOR SÈVRES

STONE ARE VASE CIRCA 1 0 of ovoid form, with anthracite and white volcanic glaze within red bands, bears maker’s marks PM/SEVRES/MADE IN FRANCE 20cm high £200-300


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23 ALEXIS BOISSONNET (1879-1956)

ART NOUVEAU FREEFORM WATER JUG, CIRCA 1 00 covered in mottled acid yellow and jade green glazes, incised monogram to base AB 23cm high £300-500

24 GEORGES DE FEURE (1868-1943) FOR HAVILAND & CO., LIMOGES

ART NO VEA PORCELAIN VASE CIRCA 1 10 printed with panels depicting ladies of fashion, printed signature to body E FE E printed maker s marks to base cm i a E T AL A T EC P CELA A E C CA 0 decorated with a panel printed with a lady of fashion, printed maker’s marks, 22cm i and an A T EA P CELA A E it ilded decoration 20cm i £400-600

25 SÈVRES

ART DECO AR AND COVER CIRCA 1 20 it stylised oliate decoration bu la e i li ted it ilt impressed mark E E painted mark PAT E 25cm i TWO SMALL SÈVRES ART DECO VASES, with slip and craquelure decoration printed marks and artist s mono ram 0cm and 6cm i and TW E A E PA L LET 70 50 each covered in green, blue and turquoise glazes, printed and painted marks P E F A CE 5cm and 2cm 5 £600-900

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


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26 TAXILE DOAT (1851-1939) FOR SÈVRES

ART NOUVEAU GOURD-SHAPED STONEWARE VASE, DATED 1901 painted marks under base T DOAT/1901/SÈVRES 1 cm high Note: Between 1877 and 1905, Doat worked in Sevres both at the Manufacture Nationale de Sevres and privately from his own studio. T e porcelain orks rom is studio re ect is interest in aponisme with organic forms inspired by nature such as the gourd, which was popular in France from the 1890s. Doat also developed his own i red porcelain tec ni ues ic e rote about in is 05 text Grand Feu Ceramics, which helped disseminate his discovery and how to produce works in the style. £1,000-1,500

27 MAURICE DUFRÊNE (1876–1955) FOR LA MAISON MODERNE

ART NO VEA PORCELAIN VASE CIRCA 1 00 made by Louis Lourioux, Foëcy, the vase of shouldered tapering form, decorated with stylised foliate forms in pale blue on a white ground, incised signature to body M. DUFRÊNE 25cm high Note: While Dufrène is mostly known for his Art Deco works from the 1920s and 1930s, his early career was linked to the Art Nouveau movement as he employed his own logical and organised approach to natural forms that were popular motifs at the turn of the twentieth century. Dufrène taught at various art schools in Paris and also was the director of the Maîtrise workshop that was launched at the Galleries Lafayette, for which he designed an exhibit at the 1925 International Exposition of Modern Industrial and Decorative Arts. £2,000-3,000


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28 NIKOLAUS KANNHÄUSER FOR RIESSNER, STELLMACHER AND KESSEL

A PHORA GENDSTIL PORCELAIN VASE CIRCA 1 00 of twisted three-sided form, painted with an Art Nouveau maiden, impressed mark AMPHORA/579/43, with painted artist’s monogram NK 21cm high £600-900

29 MAX LAEUGER (1864-1952) FOR TONWERKE KANDERN

T O GENDSTIL CERA IC VASES CIRCA 1 00 each of shouldered tapering form, one depicting grasses on a rust coloured ground, impressed makers mark 22cm i t e ot er depictin reen stems it cream o ers stamped it makers mark and indistinct incised markin s 5cm i 2 Note: Max Laeuger became the director of art pottery of Tonwerke Kanderne near his home town of Lorrach in 1895. £600-900

30 GEBRUDER HEUBACH

JUGENDSTIL PORCELAIN VASE, CIRCA 1 00 printed and painted in gilt and colours it a pro le portrait printed maker s mark cm i anot er E E HEUBACH JUGENDSTIL VASE, decorated with gilt enamelled trees, printed maker’s mark 5cm i a E T AL DOMED PLAQUE, printed and painted decoration cm diameter TW ROSENTHAL PLATES, each with painted decoration 2 5cm diameter and a ROZENBURG VASE, of footed baluster orm painted it o ers painted maker s marks cm i 6 £600-900

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


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31 KÖNIGLICHE PORZELLAN-MANUFAKTUR, BERLIN (KPM)

GENDSTIL PORCELAIN VASE CIRCA 1 10 of shouldered tapering form, pierced and moulded to t e rim it a rie e o o ers painted maker s mark, incised mark MASSE 15/L NO. 6542 31 5cm high £600-900

32 GERMAN SCHOOL

JUGENDSTIL PORCELAIN TWIN HANDLED VASE CIRCA 1 00 with twin twig form handles, above a female mask and scrolling foliage in relief, apparently unmarked 33cm high £600-900

33 GERMAN SCHOOL

JUGENDSTIL PORCELAIN TWIN HANDLED VASE CIRCA 1 00 with vine moulded twin handles, painted with orchids and grasses, impressed factory mark and model number 5507 P 2 cm high £500-700


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34 MANNER OF WIENER WERKSTATTE

GLA ED POTTER IG RE DATED 1 28 modelled as a couching girl holding a bird, painted artist’s mark C SENT(F), incised mark 1928 25cm high £300-500

35 ZSOLNAY, PECS

COCKEREL FIGURE, 1960S t e stylised ure co ered in an eosin lustre glaze, printed maker’s marks 1 5cm high £50-80

36 ERICH OEHME (1889-1970)

MEISSEN BLANC DE CHINE FIGURE OF A PANTHER EARL 20TH CENT R crossed sword marks, incised marks WE 2 cm i TW E E ART NOUVEAU VASES, each with crossed s ord marks 5cm i a small MEISSEN FIGURE OF A MOUSE, 6cm lon and a E A E TL PORCELAIN VASE, decorated with irises, printed mark cm i 5 £300-500

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


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37 ADOLPH AMBERG (1874-1913) FOR KÖNIGLICHE PORZELLAN-MANUFAKTUR, BERLIN (KPM)

HOCH EITS G SERIES IG RE CIRCA 1 11 depicting a striding female form, draped in purple cloak, with peacock attendant, moulded artist’s mark to body AMBERG, printed and underglaze blue maker’s mark KPM, painted mark 140/347, impressed ‘N/9443’, and panted artists mark 26cm high Note: Amberg worked for the Royal Porcelain Factory (their mark, KPM, is printed on the base of all pieces along with the symbol of a sceptre) in Berlin at the turn of the twentieth century. Between 1904 and 1905, he designed the Wedding Procession, which is considered to be one o t e most si ni cant examples o t e erman Art Nouveau style. Created to commemorate the marriage of Crown Prince Wilhelm of Prussia and Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, the collection o urines ere ori inally created in sil er and t en in porcelain rom 0 T e urines represent people rom numerous di erent nations it t is example portrayin an ndian oman with a peacock, a symbol of royalty and protection. £1,500-2,500

38 EMIL RUTTE (1900-?) FOR KÖNIGLICHE PORZELLAN-MANUFAKTUR (KPM), BERLIN

GENDSTIL PORCELAIN VASE CIRCA 1 10 of tapering form, moulded with a massed band o abstracted c rysant emum o er eads scroll border to rim, printed maker’s mark, painted mark 300/1755 and impressed mark 958* 32cm high £1,000-1,500


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39 AMERICAN ENCAUSTIC TILING COMPANY RA ED CERA IC TILE CIRCA 1 00 moulded as a Classical emale ure it bronzed patination, moulded maker’s marks AMERICAN ENCAUSTIC TILING CO. LIMITED/NEW YORK/WORKS/ZANESVILLE, O., framed 5 m 15cm £200-300

40 ARNO MALINOWSKI (1899-1976) FOR ROYAL COPENHAGEN

THREE PORCELAIN IG RES CIRCA 1 CELA C L o 2 6 7cm i P E o 2 2 5cm i and TT L o 2 0 cm i eac it printed and painted maker’s marks; and a BING & GRONDAHL BLANC DE CHINE FIGURE BY KAI NEILSEN, depicting a mother nursing her child, printed maker s marks incised artist s mark A E L cm lon £300-500

41 ROYAL COPENHAGEN

COLLECTION OF WARES, EARLY TO MID 20TH CENT R to include ures ural dis es a ni tli t two vases and two boxes and covers, each with painted and printed maker’s marks (15) £400-600

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


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42 KAI NIELSEN (1882-1924) FOR BING & GRONDAHL

GROUP OF ‘WINE HARVEST’ STONEWARE IG RES CIRCA 1 12 each with incised makers signature ‘KAI NIELSEN/1912’ with printed and painted maker’s marks (8) a

s 23cm high

Note: Nielsen is a sculptor known for his voluptuous depiction of the female form in his work. He studied sculpture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, then went on to produce numerous public sculpturesnotably the 22 granite sculptures he produced for the redevelopment of Blågårds Plads in Copenhagen. As well as creating large public works, Nielsen also created numerous series’ of statuettes for the porcelain manufacturer Bing & Grondahl throughout his career, including t e acc analian series o ered ere £700-900

43 KNUD KYHN (1880-1969) FOR ROYAL COPENHAGEN

TWO STONEWARE FIGURE GROUPS, CIRCA 1 0 each depicting ducks preening, bear artists monogram KK, painted and impressed maker s marks 2 cm i and a T STONEWARE FIGURE, depicting a seated nude, impressed maker’s marks L. HJORTH/ E A it artist s mono ram 2 cm i (3) Note: Knud Khyn studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art until 1904 and then went on to work for the Royal Porcelain Factory and Bing & Grondahl where he is mainly remembered for his animal sculptures. Khyn also produced series’ for the Hjorth Ceramics studio, which is a family-owned studio known for their unglazed ceramics and stoneware. £500-700


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44 RORSTRAND

STONE ARE AL STER VASE CIRCA 1 20 co ered in slate rey and amb la es bears paper label RORSTRAND/SAMLING/R.E./NO. 13, and with painted and printers maker s marks to base 5cm i and a RORSTRAND STONEWARE BOTTLE VASE, covered in lemon yellow, blue and cream glazes, printed maker’s marks to base 22cm i 2 £200-300

45 STEPHEN USSING (1868-1958) FOR ROYAL COPENHAGEN LARGE PORCELAIN VASE CIRCA 1 00 decorated with poppies, painted marks T 5 26 cm i a AL COPENHAGEN PORCELAIN VASE, DATED 1914, with blossom decoration, painted marks L E 72 cm i a AL COPENHAGEN PORCELAIN VASE BY AGNETHE JØRGENSEN, decorated with stylised plant forms, cm i and anot er AL C PE A E PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASE BY VALDEMAR E EL A T 2 cm i all it painted and printed maker’s marks (4) £800-1,200

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


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Glass 46 AMÉDÉE DE CARANZA (1843-1914)

ART NOUVEAU LUSTRE GLASS SOLIFLEUR VASE, CIRCA 1 0 allo er oral and oliate etc ed desi n si ned to base A E CA A A 6cm i an ETC E LA PE F E TTLE C CA 0 it sterlin sil er and enamelled stopper 5cm i and an E WA A TALL ETC E LA L FLE it cast ilt metal mounts 2 cm Note: orn in Turkey Am d e de Caran a is kno n or is ele ant Art Nouveau works in ceramics and glass, which take inspiration from Japanese designs and an interest in Islamic art. Between 1903 and 1906 he was working as the artistic director at Henri Copillet & Cie in Noyon in northern France ere e rst experimented it t e manu acture o is designs in glass. £300-500

47 ’TOUJOURS MOI’ BY CORDAY

GLASS PER E OTTLE CIRCA 1 2 clear and frosted glass with original sepia staining, within ori inal box 7 5cm i a LE A CA E LA WL depicting a landscape scene, cameo mark LEGRAS, cm across and an A ELATTE LA A W A E it mica inclusions cm i

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£500-800

48 PIERRE D’AVESN (1901-1990)

O LDED GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 0 of ovoid form, decorated with elephants and stylised leaves, moulded maker’s mark to base P. D’AVESN/FRANCE 22cm high £600-800

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


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49 HANS BOLEK (1890-1978) FOR LOETZ

CA EO GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 1 o ared orm it etc ed ertical stripes and stylized leaves, raised on broad foot 20cm high Literature: Mergl, Jan; Ploil, Ernst; and Ricke, Helmut ‘Loetz: Bohemian glass 1880-1940’, Hatje Cantz, 2003, page 255 for a similar example of this pattern £600-900

50 CORNÉLIE CAROLINE VAN ASCH VAN WIJCK (1900-1932) FOR LEERDAM

GLASS SC LPT RE CIRCA 1 0 cast as a female mask, and mounted on an ebonised wood plinth, bears artist’s monogram to base 33cm high £300-500

51 FLORIS MEYDAM (1919-2011) FOR LEERDAM

THREE SERICA GLASS VASES CIRCA 1 each with etched maker’s marks LEERDAM/UNICA/ E A 5 6 and 5cm ide and a AL T LAMBERT FLASH GLASS VASE, with faceted decoration, etc ed maker s mark AL T LA E T 5cm i £500-800


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52 PAOLO VENINI (1895-1959)

’VETRO INCISO’ PERFUME BOTTLE AND STOPPER, CIRCA 1 etched marks VENINI/MURANO/ITALIA/MADE IN ITALY. 5cm i a E LA A E it iridescent gilt highlights, etched marks VENINI/MURANO, 0 5cm i a E LATT C LA WL etc ed marks E A A E TAL 7cm across and a CUT GLASS PERFUME BOTTLE & STOPPER, with aux a ate decoration cm i £600-800

54 SEVENTEEN FROG FIGURES, 20TH CENTURY

53 PIERRE CARDIN (B. 1922) FOR VENINI

GLASS C E PAPER EIGHT CIRCA 1 70 etc ed maker s mark 7 5cm across a C E E GLASS CUBE PAPERWEIGHT, clear glass with bubble inclusions 0cm across and TW TAL A LA C E PAPERWEIGHTS, each with coloured sphere inclusions and textured sur ace and 2cm across

to include TWO BACCARAT GLASS PAPERWEIGHTS, 2cm across a TE E lass ure 6cm a WE W LA F E cm i a AL T LA E T LA F E cm across and a A LA F E cm across all with etched maker’s marks; a HEREND CERAMIC FROG, cm across 7 5cm across an EFC E AC CE A C F E cm across and T EE T E CE A C F E also a BRONZE FIGURE, , bears signature in the bronze A. BOFILL, cm i anot er EF E P 5cm across and F A E F A T A 7 5cm lon 7 £400-600

£400-600

55 SIX HARDSTONE AND CRYSTAL CARVED FIGURES OF FROGS, 20TH CENTURY

to include a ROCK CRYSTAL PAPERWEIGHT, with facetted base car ed si nature AP cm i and F E F T E CA E F F E lar est 5cm across 6 £300-500

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Works of Art & Furniture

56 JULES SARLANDIE (1874-1936)

LI OGES ENA EL VASE EARL 20TH CENT R enamel on copper, depicting animals in a forest landscape, painted maker’s mark to body J. SARLANDIE/LIMOGES, 5cm i a C A LE PELTA T L E A T EA ENAMEL VASE, depicting irises, painted maker’s mark to the body C PELTA T L E 20 5cm i and a L E ART NOUVEAU JEWELLED VASE, marked to the base EMAUX A T EL E cm i Note: Sarlandie was a celebrated ceramicist known for his technical skills in Limoges enamel – creating works both in the Art Nouveau and then later in the Art Deco style. He settled in Limoges at the end of the nineteenth century and was constantly pioneering new and innovative techniques, staying away from classical means of production. £700-900

57 GEORGES DE FEURE (1868-1943) FOR LA MAISON DE L’ART NOUVEAU, PARIS

PAIR O ART NO VEA RASS CANDLESTIC S CIRCA 1 00 eac it o er ead sconces abo e a pierced oliate stem on a shaped and pierced base (2) 30cm high Note: During the 1890s, de Feure moved away from painting and print-making, which had gained him critical acclaim to design decorative arts such as furniture and ceramics. Still working in the Art Nouveau style, de Feure’s pieces were picked up by Parisian dealer Samuel Bing and he quickly became the dealers’ top designer, producing decorated furniture for bourgeois society. His metalwork and silverware designs for Bing’s Maison de l Art ou eau suc as t e candlestick o ered ere are in typically Frenc Art ou eau style i ly simpli ed lines creatin a delicate oral orm is ork as also ex ibited at t e 00 Exposition Universelle in Paris, where it was awarded a gold medal. £1,000-1,500

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58 ATTRIBUTED TO CESARE LACCA ITALIAN HARDWOOD BAR CART, CIRCA 1 0 it li t o lass trays and compartments for bottles 5cm o g 6 cm high

cm

£300-500

59 MANNER OF PIERO FORNASETTI

ITALIAN LAC ERED E ELLER O 1 0S the pink lacquered ground printed and painted in gilt and colours with jewelled keys and ribbons, the interior tted it blue el et lined compartments and lift-out tray 3 cm across

cm high 23cm 

£200-300

60 ENGLISH SCHOOL

MAHOGANY FRAMED NOVELTY WALL IRROR EARL 20TH CENT R formed in the shape of a horseshoe with ‘nail’ pegs cm 3 cm £700-900

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61 ASPREY, LONDON

IRRORED ALL CLOC CIRCA 1 0 the engine-turned circular dial inscribed ASPREY/LONDON, enclosed within case with radiating silver and gold mirrored panels in the form of a star 5cm

5cm

£500-800

62 PIERO FORNASETTI (1913-1988)

’JERUSALEM’ PATTERN HOSTESS CART, 1 0S with two tiers, with brass and lacquered wood frame cm o g £800-1,200

1cm high

2cm


Sculpture 63 CHESTER BEACH (1881-1956)

’THE GLINT OF THE SEA’, BRONZE FIGURE signed in the bronze BEACH and with foundry stamp KUNST FOUNDRY NY, raised on a marble plinth 25cm high £500-800

64 WILLARD DRYDEN PADDOCK (1873-1956) BRONZE FIGURE OF A MAN with arms upstretched, signed and dated in the bronze W.D. PADDOCK/1909 2 cm high £500-700

65 EDWARD HENRY BERGE (1876-1924)

’DUCK MOTHER’ BRONZE FIGURE signed in the bronze BERGE and raised on a marble plinth g r 1 cm high o a h igh 25cm high £600-900

66 EDITH BARRETTO STEVENS PARSONS (1878-1956)

‘DUCK BABY’, TWO BRONZE FIGURES each signed in the bronze E. PARSONS/ COPYRIGHT and with founders stamp GORHAM CO FOUNDERS/ OAWF, 13cm high; together with ‘TURTLE BABY’ BRONZE FIGURE by the same hand, signed and dated in the bronze E. STEVENS/ COPYRIGHT/ 1908, 12.5cm high (3) £1,000-1,500

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67 FRENCH 19TH CENTURY SCHOOL BRONZE FIGURE OF CUPID with gilt highlights, raised on a marble socle and plinth o a h igh 1 cm £300-500

68 ALBERT MARIONNET (1852-1910)

ART NOUVEAU GILT BRONZE FIGURE OF A LADY si ned in t e bron e A A ET 2cm i a EF E F A A CE unsi ned cm i and ‘ROSE’, A BRONZE ART NOUVEAU FIGURAL BUST, with cast inscription ROSE, signed to the base DU E 2cm i £400-600

69 VICTOR SALVATORE (1885-1965)

BRONZE BUST cast as a female head and raised on stepped plinth, signed, dated and inscribed in the bronze VICTOR SALVATORE/1922/RBW 5cm high £250-350

70 EUGÈNE MARIOTON (1857-1933) ’CLYTIE’, BRONZE FIGURE raised on a marble plinth, signed and inscribed in the bronze E. MARIOTON SC/CLYTIE/SALON DES B. ARTS, 2 cm i and a EF E JEAN ALEXANDRE JOSEPH FALGUIÈRE (1831-1900), signed in the bronze A. FAL E cm i 2 £300-500

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71 AIMÉ-JULES DALOU (1838-1902)

BRONZE FIGURE OF A STANDING WORKER signed in the bronze DALOU, with Susse Freres foundry stamp and indistinct inscription SUSSE FRES EDTS PARIS 20cm high Note: alou as a ounder o t e oci t ationale des Beaux-Arts, and a commander of the Legion of Honour known for his realistic and unpretentious depiction of the human form. Dalou openly sympathised with the working-classes, to the extent that his alignment with the Paris Commune in 1871 resulted in his exile to London until 1879. Despite this, his works were commissioned in Paris – from the monumental sculpture at the Place de la Nation to numerous decorative sculptures lining the new boulevards of the city. £800-1,200

72 ART NOUVEAU AND ART DECO

COLLECTION O RON E PLA ES EARL 20TH CENT R including a BRONZE PLAQUE OF ADAM & EVE AFTER LUDWIG KRUG, cast it artist s mono ram L cm x 5cm a C C LA E PLA E C L A cast si nature C L A 2cm diameter ‘LE NID’ BRONZE PLAQUE BY J.-B. DANIEL DUPOIS (1849-1899), cast si nature mark 2 x 7 5cm a E PLA E A E LA LL E 5 5 0 x 6cm a E PLA E L bearing inscription of recipient W.C. TEAGLE and inscribed verso STANDARD FRAN/CO AMERICAINE/DE RAFFINAGEINAU/GURATION DE LA/RAFFINERIE DE/PORT-JEROME/1933-1934, signed in the bronze, 0 2 x 6 2cm and A C E A E PLA E T A L PE L 76 si ned in t e bron e ramed 2 x 27cm 6 £800-1,200


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73 SPANISH SCHOOL

PAIR OF BRONZE FIGURES OF MALE DANCERS one with outstretched arms, stamped artist’s monogram CJR and foundry mark, stamped to base M 343 12 NUM. BRONCE EXPL., 2 cm i t e ot er it body t isted stamped artist’s monogram CJR and foundry mark, stamped to base M 341 12 NUM. CE E PL 22 5cm i 2 £300-500

74 G. LAPLAGNE

ART DECO BRONZE VIDE POCHE, CIRCA 1 20 depicting a serving girl holding a basket, signed in the bronze G. LAPLAGNE 1 cm high 13 5cm  i £300-500

75 FREDERICK ZIEGLER (B. 1886)

’DOORS’, A PAIR OF BRONZE BOOKENDS each with cast signature in the bronze F.F. ZEIGLER, stamped foundry mark GORHAM CO./0526 (2) 1 cm high £200-300

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76 A. WEINMANN BEN-ZION (1897-1987) BRONZE FIGURE OF A STANDING LION signed in the bronze A.W. BEN ZION, and raised on a stepped marble plinth g r 1 cm high o a h igh 23cm £500-700

77 CLOVIS EDMOND MASSON (1838-1913) BRONZE FIGURE GROUP OF A PANTHER AND SERPENT signed in the bronze MASSON 36cm across £500-700

78 LEON BUREAU (1866-1906)

BRONZE FIGURE OF A CROUCHING TIGER signed in the bronze L. BUREAU, with foundry mark UNIS/FRANCE/35 3cm across £500-700


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79 EDITH BARRETTO STEVENS PARSONS (1878-1956)

TWO BRONZE BOOKEND FIGURES OF TERRIERS each signed in the bronze E.B. PARSONS, and with founders stamp GORHAM CO FOUNDERS/OFGY and OFGZ (2) 13cm a

1 cm high

Note: Parsons studied at the Art Students’ League in New York City. In 1903, she was appointed to design the pediment to the entrance hall in the Liberal Arts building at the St Louis fair. Scenes of animals and children make up the vast majority of her work, often seen together such as in her Frog Baby Fountain from 1937 which is currently set in the Ball State University campus. These bookends depicting terriers are marked with the name of the Gorham Manufacturing Company, one of the largest silver and sculpture foundries in the United States of America, for whom she created works. £500-800

80 TIFFANY STUDIOS, NEW YORK

THREE BRONZE FIGURES OF RECUMBENT LIONESSES one with brown patina, stamped to base TIFFANY STUDIOS/ EW 2cm across one it ilt patina stamped to base T FFA T EW 2 2cm across and the other also with gilt patina, stamped to base TIFFANY T EW 7 0cm across £400-600

81 VICTOR CHEMIN (1825-1901)

BRONZE FIGURE OF A STANDING BEAR si ned in t e bron e C E 2cm i and ANOTHER BRONZE FIGURE OF A EA unsi ned 5cm lon £200-300

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82 JOSEPH FRANZ PALLENBERG (1882-1946)

BRONZE FIGURE OF A STANDING HERON si ned in t e bron e E PALLE E 2cm i M. SCHNEIDER BRONZE STUDY OF FLAMINGOS, signed and inscribed in the bronze M. SCHNEIDER/ C T P E T marble plint 20cm i a GERMAN SCHOOL BRONZE FIGURE OF A PERCHED EA LE inscribed in t e bron e E 6cm i £800-1,200

83 PIERRE-JULES MÊNE (1810-1879)

BRONZE FIGURE OF A HORSE cm i and anot er P E E LE E EF E FA EA A E PE T 5cm i bot si ned in t e bronze P.J. MÊNE; also a PIERRE-JULES MÊNE BRONZE FIGURE OF A HOUND, signed in the bronze MÊNE, with Susse Freres foundry mark and inscription on base A E 5 0cm across and a BRONZE FIGURE OF A BULL BY JULES MOIGNIEZ (1835-1894), si ned to t e base E cm across £300-500

84 AUGUST GAUL (1861-1921)

BRONZE FIGURE OF A DONKEY on a black marble base, signed and monogrammed in the bronze A. GAUL/AG and with foundry stamp H. NOACK/ BERLIN/FRIEDENAU, raised on a marble plinth 1 5cm o g o a h igh 11 5cm Note: One of the founding members of the Berlin Secession in 1898, Gaul was a noted sculptor and lithographer with a keen interest in depicting animals. Initially working as a modeller, he went on to study at the Drawing Academy in Berlin and would spend time at the Berlin Zoo where he would produce numerous sketches and drawings. His monumental sculpture of an eagle was the German centrepiece at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in 1904, and it was subsequently bought or 0 000 to decorate one o America s rst department stores, Wanamaker’s. This sculpture of a walking donkey forms part of a series of six sculptures entitled ‘Eselei’ (meaning folly) studying the various movements of a donkey. £1,500-2,500


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85 JOHN MILTON JEHU (1877-1960)

BRONZE FIGURE OF A CHARGING BULL si ned in t e bron e E cm across and a BRONZE GROUP DEPICTING HERCULES KILLING THE E EA L indistinctly marked cm i 2 £400-600

86 EMMANUEL FRÉMIET (1824-1910)

BRONZE FIGURE OF A CAT si ned in t e bron e E F ET cm i and a BRONZE FIGURE OF A LEOPARD WITH A SNAKE BY E A LLE si ned in t e bron e A LLE cm lon 2 £500-800

87 HUGO EMMANUEL BECHER (1871-1942) BRONZE FIGURE OF A RABBIT signed in the bronze H.E. BELCHER, cm across a EF E P OF THREE MICE signed in the bronze F. TAC TELL 0 5cm across and a FIGURE OF A SEAL, signed in the bronze CA ET 0cm across

E

£300-500

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East meets West: a European Collection Part II Scholar’s Rocks Asian Works of Art – London, Tuesday, 9th May

LARGE SERPENTINE SCHOLAR’S ROCK 39.5cm high (excluding stand) £2,500-3,500

Enquiries Danielle Bielby db@lyonandturnbull.com

33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR l +44 (0)131 557 8844 l www.lyonandturnbull.com


Other properties 88 ENGLISH SCHOOL

GOTHIC REVIVAL BRASS CONVERTED GASOLIER, CIRCA 1880 the central column radiating six arms united by a pierced ring stretcher and terminating in light ttin s eac set it clear lass caboc ons 66cm iam

r

cm high

£400-600

89 MANNER OF A.W.N. PUGIN

PAIR OF STAINED GLASS ROUNDELS, MID 19TH CENTURY each in the French 13th century style, both depicting scenes with David and Goliath, bear inscriptions to the perimeter (2) cm iam

r

£1,500-2,000

90 A.W.N. PUGIN (1812-1852) FOR JOHN HARDMAN & CO.

GOTHIC REVIVAL WROUGHT AND CAST IRON IRE AS ET AND DOGS CIRCA 18 0 with brass mounts, the basket with lancet arched back, the dogs with applied shields engraved with initials EHA and set with leafy scrolled brackets and nials 131cm i

cm high 35cm 

Literature: Wainwright, Clive and Atterbury, Paul ‘Pugin: a Gothic Passion’ V&A 1994, p. 179 pl. 341 for a similar variant to the present lot. £3,000-5,000

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91 ATTRIBUTED TO CHARLES BEVAN FOR MARSH & JONES GOTHIC REVIVAL INLAID OAK SIDEBOARD, CIRCA 1870 the stepped and castellated superstructure inlaid with specimen woods and supported by trefoil pierced brackets, the rectangular top with line and dot inlay to the edge above t ree central dra ers anked by open shelves, supported by columns over twin pedestals with panelled doors enclosing cellaret drawer and slides, block feet with castors 2

cm i

150cm high

6cm

Literature: Gere, Charlotte and Whiteway, Michael ‘Nineteenth Century Design’, London 1993, p. 113-4, pl. 125 and 126 Note: Victorian designer Charles Bevan was a prominent nineteenth-century English furniture maker and designer who created critically-acclaimed pieces of ornate furniture in the Gothic Revival style. He worked with numerous furniture designers and his pieces were written about in various catalogues and periodicals, and can now be found in both private and public collections such as the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Bevan’s works were shown at international exhibitions such as a bookcase designed for James Lamb shown at the Paris Exposition Universelle of 1867, and two cabinets at the International Exhibition in London in 1872, which he designed for Gillows & Co. £6,000-8,000

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PAIR OF GOTHIC REVIVAL INLAID OAK SIDE CHAIRS CIRCA 1860 each with leather-upholstered back and seats, the backs with brass handles, above dot-inlaid and chamfered splats, the whole raised on turned and tapering legs with corresponding inlay, brass caps and castors, bears maker’s label under seat KENDELL & CO./NO. 8911/ WORKMAN’S NAME: FORSTER (2) cm i

5cm high

1cm

£400-600

93 ATTRIBUTED TO CHARLES BEVAN FOR MARSH & JONES GOTHIC REVIVAL INLAID OAK SECRETAIRE CABINET, CIRCA 1870 with galleried superstructure above central panelled fall, each panel carved in bas relief and inlaid with oliate moti s openin to re eal a tted interior abo e three corresponding doors enclosed by glazed doors enclosing shelves, the whole raised on a plinth 20 cm i

1

cm high

cm

£4,000-6,000

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94 BRUCE J. TALBERT (1839-1881) FOR GILLOW & CO.

SET O SI OA DINING CHAIRS CIRCA 1880 each with turned spindle backs above upholstered seats on turned legs (6) cm i

cm high

3cm

Literature: Cooper, Jeremy ‘Victorian & Edwardian Furniture & Interiors, Thames & Hudson 1998, p. 111, where a similar chair is illustrated. £400-600

95 GOTHIC REVIVAL

OA OO CASE CA INET CIRCA 18 0 the projecting castellated cornice above two glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the base with two drawers and two doors below, each with diagonal tongue and groove panels, plinth base 13 cm i £800-1,200

263cm high 56cm 


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96 ATTRIBUTED TO BRUCE J. TALBERT FOR GILLOW & CO.

GOTHIC REVIVAL ASH ARDRO E CIRCA 1870 the castellated cavetto cornice incised with half rosettes and o er orms abo e a central mirrored door with inset carved hardwood panel depicting a bird amon st olia e anked by t o urt er panelled doors each with corresponding carved panels and decorative brass hinges, the doors opening to reveal drawers and hanging space, the whole raised on a plinth 200cm i

22 cm high 65cm 

£2,000-3,000

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ecorati e Arts 47 97 W.A.S. BENSON (1854-1924)

PAIR OF BRASS WALL SCONCES, CIRCA 1 00 each with scrolled brackets and applied shield, stamped BENSON (2) 35 5cm high £300-400

98 W.A.S. BENSON (1854-1924)

WROUGHT IRON AND GLASS HALL LANTERN CIRCA 1 00 the cylindrical Vaseline glass shade within iron frame 2 cm high 15cm  iam

r

Literature: Hamerton, Ian ‘W.A.S. Benson’, Woodbridge 2005, p. 257, plate 8 ere a similar ttin is illustrated £250-350

99 W.A.S. BENSON (1854-1924) BRASS STANDARD LAMP, CIRCA 18 0 with three scrolled brackets and tripod base

100 JAMES COUPER AND SONS, GLASGOW

165cm high £300-400

PAIR OF ‘CLUTHA’ GLASS BOTTLE VASES CIRCA 1 00 each with aventurine and milky trailed inclusions (2) 13cm high £200-300

101 JAMES COUPER AND SONS, GLASGOW

’CLUTHA’ GLASS BOTTLE VASE, CIRCA 1 00 it tall arin neck and a enturine and milky trailed inclusions 21cm high £250-350


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102 MANNER OF WALTER CRANE

THREE GREEK REVIVAL EMBROIDERED PANELS CIRCA 1 10 a ram 65cm 20cm 5 cm  1 cm a 55cm  1 cm  3 £250-350

103 CHRISTOPHER DRESSER (1834-1904) FOR HUKIN & HEATH ELECTROPLATED TOAST RACK, CIRCA 1880 it xed di iders on a domed base with bun feet stamped marks to base H&H/2556 and with registration mark 1 cm across £300-500

104 ATTRIBUTED TO CHRISTOPHER DRESSER FOR HUKIN & HEATH

SILVER PLATE CR ET STAND CIRCA 1880 with ring handle, enclosing three glass bottles with stoppers; a salt and pepper pot and a mustard pot, glass mustard pot, pepper pot and salt, stamped maker’s marks H&H/2881 1 5cm high 1 5cm  o g £250-350

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105 ATTRIBUTED TO CHRISTOPHER DRESSER FOR HUKIN & HEATH

OAK AND SILVER PLATE-MOUNTED SALAD BOWL AND SERVERS CIRCA 1880 of cylindrical form with ceramic liner and twin handles, stamped maker’s marks to bowl H&H/2447 35cm across £300-500

106 CHRISTOPHER DRESSER (1834-1904) FOR HUKIN & HEATH SILVER PLATED DO LE ON ON DISH CIRCA 1880 on four tapering splayed supports with twin circular dishes and central ring handle, stamped marks H&H/2523 2 5cm across Literature: ‘Christopher Dresser People’s Designer 1834-1904’, New Century Exhibition Catalogue, June 1999, Cat. No. M-048, for a matching example £400-600

107 CHRISTOPHER DRESSER (1834-1904) FOR HUKIN & HEATH SILVER PLATE ON ON DISH CIRCA 1880 with two conjoined ovoid dished centred by a woven wicker-covered loop handle, stamped maker’s marks H&H/2223/DESIGNED BY DR. C DRESSER 21cm across £150-250

108 CHRISTOPHER DRESSER (1834-1904) FOR ELKINGTON & CO.

SILVER PLATE CR ET STAND CIRCA 1880 with glass pepper pot, mustard pot and salt, stamped maker’s marks ELKINGTON & CO./17286 12 5cm high £150-250

109 MANNER OF CHRISTOPHER DRESSER

DANIEL & ARTER SILVER-PLATED TOAST RAC CIRCA 18 0 with cross-bar divisions, ball feet and upright central handle, stamped marks D&A/5285 1 5cm across £200-300


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110 AESTHETIC MOVEMENT

PAIR OF BRASS AND CARVED WOOD IRRORED SCONCES CIRCA 18 0 each with bevelled plates enclosed by embossed brass and carved wood frames and with three applied and hinged scrolling candle arms (2) cm 36cm £300-500

111 SCOTTISH SCHOOL

PRE-RAPHAELITE STAINED AND LEADED GLASS PANEL CIRCA 1880 depicting the Annunciation 63 5cm 21cm £700-1,000

112 BRUCE TALBERT (1838 – 1881) FOR COX & SONS

PAINTED MAHOGANY CORNER CA INET CIRCA 1880 with arched cowled canopy above mirrored panels and open shelves, the back painted in gilt and colours with leafy boughs, raised above twin panelled doors with corresponding painted decoration 60cm i

130cm high

1cm

Literature: Cooper, Jeremy ‘Victorian & Edwardian Furniture & Interiors, Thames & Hudson 1998, p. 111, plates 255 and 156 where similar variants are illustrated. £1,000-1,500

113 CHRISTOPHER DRESSER (1834-1904)

GRO P O OLD HALL AND ATCO E CERA ICS CIRCA 1870 comprisin an L ALL CE A C cm i an L ALL A E CE A C PLATE 22 5cm diameter a WATC E TE AC TTA 7 5cm i eac it maker s marks and a WATCOMBE GLAZED TERRACOTTA VASE & COVER, printed and painted in enamels it o ers unmarked 2 cm i £250-350

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ecorati e Arts 51 114 WILLIAM STEPHEN COLEMAN FOR MINTON & CO.

AESTHETIC MOVEMENT CIRCULAR PLATE, DATED 1872 painted it a in ed putto c asin butter ies bears initials WJC, painted artist’s marks verso W.S.COLEMAN/1872, printed maker’s marks MINTON’S ART POTTERY STUDIO KENSINGTON GORE, impressed and painted marks MINTON/393 3 2cm iam

r

£800-1,200

115 CHRISTOPHER DRESSER (1834-1904) FOR LINTHORPE POTTERY

CERA IC CARA E CIRCA 1880 impressed foliate decoration, covered in a milky green glaze, impressed facsimile signature and maker’s marks L T PE 2 5cm i also a L T PE CE A C BOWL, with plated mounts, impressed decoration and green glaze, impressed makers marks LINTHORPE/350, 26cm diameter and a ALL A LT CE A C it applied foliate decoration, glazed in shades of green, applied maker s marks A LT 5 5cm i £300-500

116 ATTRIBUTED TO CHRISTOPHER DRESSER FOR MINTON’S LTD

CERA IC VASE AND CHARGER CIRCA 1880 the vase of square section, moulded to the angles with panels and urt er decorated it panels o yin cranes on a turquoise ground, impressed makers mark T 5 2 5cm i and a T CHARGER, decorated with stylised plant motifs on a turquoise ground, impressed marks MINTON/1701, cm diameter 2 £200-300

117 ATTRIBUTED TO CHRISTOPHER DRESSER FOR MINTON’S CHINA WORKS THREE 6 D ST PRESSED TILES CIRCA 187 block printed in colours with repeating frieze of snowdrops, and mounted in an oak frame i s 15cm s £120-180

ar


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118 MINTONS LTD.

SECESSIONIST JARDINIÈRE ON STAND CIRCA 1 0 each of hexagonal form and printed in green, yellow, brown and blue with panels of stylised rose trees against a cream ground, printed maker’s marks MINTONS LTD. 36cm iam

r

cm high

£600-800

119 DOULTON, LAMBETH

LARGE OTTLE VASE CIRCA 1880 painted it scrollin and o erin olia e painted and impressed maker’s marks, artists monograms for Christina Wood and William Rowe cm high £600-800

120 MINTONS LTD.

121 FRIEDA MACGILLIVRAY

BRONZE VASE, DATED 1888 cast with fruiting plums on a textured ground and signed, inscribed and dated in the bronze F. MACGILLIVRAY/THE WHITE STUDIO/1888/CIE DES BRONZES BRUXELLES (C.P.)

SECESSIONIST JARDINIÈRE ON STAND, CIRCA 1 10 decorated with scrolling hearts border to rim and oot rim plum o er eads and ochre leaves on a turquoise ground, printed maker’s marks MINTONS LTD, registered pattern number ‘RD. NO.616446’ to base 35cm iam

r 102cm high

£500-800

31cm high Note: Frieda Macgillivray was the wife of the C TT sculptor ames Pittendri Macgillivray (1856-1938). The White Studio was his studio at 207 West Campbell Street, Glasgow, where he orked rom C CA and ere this vase was modelled. £600-800

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124

122 MANNER OF THOMAS JECKYLL

AESTHETIC MOVEMENT MAHOGANY MANTELPIECE, CIRCA 1880 the reeded mantle shelf above panelled frieze and jambs with turned columns 1 6cm i 23cm  £250-350

15 cm high

123 MANNER OF THOMAS JECKYLL

AESTHETIC MOVEMENT TILED AND CAST IRON FIREPLACE INSERT CIRCA 1880 with blue & white tiles having moth and rosette motifs centred by two tiles depicting Japanese interior scenes, held within reeded iron frame with rosette spacer 5cm high 100cm  i £300-400

124 THOMAS JECKYLL (1827-1881)

AESTHETIC MOVEMENT CAST IRON IRE GRATE CIRCA 1880 with Japanese cast details cm i £300-400

5 cm high 2 cm 

125 THOMAS JECKYLL (1827– 1881)

CAST IRON FLOWER TROUGH, CIRCA 1880 of rectangular for, the sides cast with mon design on a waved ground cm i £150-250


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126 AESTHETIC MOVEMENT

MAHOGANY FRAMED AND EMBROIDERED IRESCREEN CIRCA 18 0 the three fold screen with embroidered panels depicting Japanese anemones, lilies and chrysanthemums, enclosed within carved rames and decorated on t e de erse it oral and foliate penwork designs, raised on square supports with trestle ends and curved brackets, bears trace paper label WOMAN’S INDUSTRIES/ MISS JANE 5cm high 106cm  i Exhibited: Edinburgh International Exhibition, 1890, ‘Woman’s Industries’ section. £1,200-1,800

127 HANNAH BARLOW FOR DOULTON, LAMBETH

STONE ARE VASE CIRCA 1880 incised with a frieze of goats in a landscape, impressed and incised maker’s marks with artist’s initials (2) 32 5cm high £300-500

128 ELIZA SIMMANCE FOR DOULTON, LAMBETH PAIR OF STONEWARE VASES, DATED 188 each incised carved and tube-lined with a rie e o o erin olia e i li ted with gilt, impressed and incised maker’s marks with artist’s initials (2) 2 5cm high £300-500

129 ALFRED STEVENS (1817-1875) FOR COALBROOKDALE RON E IREPLACE CIRCA 187 set with a panel cast in relief with opposed male nude ures 66cm i

5cm high

£200-300

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ecorati e Arts 55 130 W.A.S. BENSON (1854-1924)

BRASS AND FROSTED GLASS CEILING LIGHT CIRCA 1 00 with frosted tapering glass shade supported by cast stylised foliate mounts and hanging chains with ceiling rose 16cm iam

r 5 cm high

£800-1,200

131 LAWRENCE ALMA TADEMA (1836-1912)

T O COLO RED ENGRAVINGS CIRCA 1880 each signed in pencil lower left L. ALMA-TADEMA and inscribed lower right by the engraver LEOPOLD LÖWENSTAM (2) 36cm 25cm £300-500

132 W.A.S. BENSON (1854-1924)

COPPER AND RASS TA LE LA P CIRCA 1 00 the turned column with leaf-cast handle and leaf-cast quadruped base, embellished with copper leaves and surmounted with a pleated silk shade, stamped maker’s marks under base W.A.S. BENSON 2 cm high o o o

i g

£800-1,200

133 W.A.S. BENSON (1854-1924)

RASS AND COPPER OIL LA P CIRCA 18 0 with reeded column support and tripod base, associated shade and chimney 5cm high i c

i g sha

£300-400

134 ATTRIBUTED TO BIRMINGHAM GUILD OF HANDICRAFTS ADJUSTABLE PLATED METAL AND COPPER TA LE LA P CIRCA 1 00 the square plate with curved arm and adjustable planished copper shade 5cm o g sha £800-1,200

16 5cm iam

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136 MAY MORRIS (1862-1938) FOR MORRIS & CO. MAHOGANY AND EMBROIDERED SIL OR SCREEN CIRCA 188 depictin o erin tulips and daisies, silkwork embroidery, within original carved Morris & Co. mahogany frame and carved stand 0cm i

16 cm high

£400-600

135 [§] FRANK OWEN SALISBURY (1874-1962)

GRO P O 2 DESIGNS OR STAINED GLASS CIRCA 1 00 pen, ink and watercolour, each bearing inscription ario s si

s

Note: For full details and illustration of each sheet, please visit www.lyonandturnbull.com £400-600

137Y STEPHEN WEBB (1849-1933) FOR COLLINSON & LOCK INLAID ROSEWOOD FOLDOVER CARD TA LE CIRCA 18 0 the rectangular hinged top inlaid with ivory in a foliate design, opening to reveal an inset baize surface for cards, raised above a lower tier, supported by turned and blocked legs with incised gilt embellishments 5 cm i

cm high 3 cm 

£300-500

138 WILLIAM MORRIS (1834-1896) FOR MORRIS & CO.

MAHOGANY FRAMED EMBROIDERED FIRESCREEN, CIRCA 1880 the frame enclosing a glazed silkwork panel depicting ent ined o erin roses and ruitin oli es stamped under apron MORRIS & CO./149 OXFORD STREET W/1868 a

5  5 5cm scr

115  63cm

£800-1,200

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139 WILLIAM DE MORGAN (1839-1917)

CIRC LAR EARTHEN ARE DISH CIRCA 1880 Merton Abbey period, painted in ruby and yellow lustres it a band o s centred by a starburst moti the blank made by J.H.& J. Davis, impressed marks under base J.H.& J. DAVIS/M 30cm iam

140 WILLIAM DE MORGAN (1839-1917)

THREE RARE P&O LINER ‘ARABIA COMPANION FRIEZE’ TILES, CIRCA 18 7 Sands End Period, impressed marks verso (3)

r

£800-1,200

ach i

23cm s

ar

Literature: Catleugh, Jon ‘William de Morgan Tiles’, 2002, p. 79, p. 94, pl. 135, Note: De Morgan supplied designs for twelve P&O ships between 182 and 1900. These rare tiles were originally used in the P&O liner RMS Arabia, built by Caird & Co. in 1898 and designed by T. E. Calcutt, as a frieze just belo t e ceilin in t e rst class companion ay Arabia as torpedoed on 6 November 1916 en route from Sydney via Fremantle, Western Australia to England, 180 km south by west of Cape Matapan, Greece. Divers salvaged the tiles from the wreck in the late 1970s. £2,500-3,000

141 EARLY 20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL ANGELIC CHOIR oil on canvas, a pair (2) ach 123cm

cm

£300-500

142 WILLIAM DE MORGAN (1836-1917)

RUBY LUSTRE OVOID VASE, CIRCA 1880 decorated with a band of stylised foliage impressed maker’s marks DE MORGAN/ MERTON ABBEY 15cm high £500-800


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143 LEONARD KING FOR BURMANTOFTS, LEEDS

RARE AIENCE ALL CHARGER CIRCA 1880 painted in ruby glaze with a fantastical beast within a meandering fruiting band, impressed maker’s marks BURMANTOFTS/FAIENCE and with artists monogram LK with painted beast symbol 3 5cm iam

r

£1,500-2,000

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144 GEORGE WASHINGTON JACK (1855-1931) FOR MORRIS & CO.

ARTS CRA TS ALN T RE ECTOR TA LE CIRCA 18 0 the rectangular top above six turned and blocked legs joined by a ‘hayrake’ stretcher 22 cm o g

2cm high 10 cm  i

Literature: Morris & Co. catalogue, ‘Specimens of Furniture, Upholstery and nterior ecoration C CA 00 p 27 no 557 ere a drawing of a similar table is illustrated. Cooper, Jeremy ‘Victorian & Edwardian Furniture & Interiors, Thames & Hudson 1998, p. 176, pl. 464 where a similar variant is illustrated. £10,000-15,000


60 Lyon & Turnbull 145 MACKAY HUGH BAILLIE SCOTT (1865-1945)

HIGH BACK OAK ARMCHAIR, CIRCA 18 with tall back, pierced to the top rail and inset with upholstered panel above open arms in the caqueteuse style, the upholstered panel seat on square legs linked by stretchers 55cm i

120cm high

3cm

Literature: Wichmann, Siegfried ‘Jugendstil Floral Funktional’ Bayerische Nationalmuseum, Munich 1984, p. 121, pl. 244 Note: An example of this chair is illustrated on the cover of the guidebook for Blackwell, Windermere. £1,500-2,000

146 MANNER OF MACKAY HUGH BAILLIE SCOTT (1865-1945)

PAIR O CONTINENTAL CHENILLE HANGINGS CIRCA 1 00 eac decorated it bands o stylised o erin trees 2 25 cm 10 cm £300-500

147 MANNER OF M. H. BAILLIE-SCOTT

CAST IRON FIREPLACE AND S RRO ND CIRCA 1 00 overpainted in white, with of canted rectangular outline, the overhanging mantel above cast panels of stylised plant forms 1

cm i

12 cm high 20cm 

£300-400

148 MACKAY HUGH BAILLIE SCOTT (1865-1945) FOR JOHN P. WHITE, BEDFORD

OA AR CHAIR CIRCA 1 00 the back with three horizontal slats above a rush seat on square legs linked by stretchers 5 cm i

1cm high 51cm 

Literature: ‘Furniture Made at the Pyghtle Works, Bedford designed by M. H. Baillie Scott’, published by John P. White, p. 25 illus., p. 39 illus. £800-1,200

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Pictures: Part I 149 ROBERT PAYTON REID A.R.S.A. (SCOTTISH 1859‑1945) MILL BY THE WATER oil on canvas

5cm 60cm  1 5i    23 5i Provenance: Jean P. Reid, the artist’s daughter Mackay Gallery, London £700-900

150 GEOFF LEATHLEY (BRITISH 20TH/21ST CENTURY) PRINCES STREET, EDINBURGH signed, oil on canvas 5 5cm  60 5cm  1 £400-600

151 [§] VIVIEN JOHN (BRITISH 1915‑1994)

FRYERN signed and dated 1937, oil on canvas 3 cm 5 cm  15i    23 25i £400-600

5i  23 5i


62 Lyon & Turnbull 152 JAMES WATTERSTON HERALD (SCOTTISH 1859‑1914) WOMAN IN A FEATHER HAT pencil, ink and watercolour 1 cm  11cm  5 5i     25i £400-600

153 [§] ERNEST HOOD (SCOTTISH 1932‑1988)

PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST’S WIFE signed, oil on canvas 110cm 56cm  3 5i    22i £600-800

154 [§] EVELYN GIBBS (BRITISH 1905‑1991)

SEATED STUDY signed and dated 1928, pencil and bodycolour 22cm 16cm 

5i  6 25i

£300-500

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ecorati e Arts 155 [§] JOHN MAXWELL (SCOTTISH 1902‑1965)

HUNTER signed and dated ‘41, gouache 21cm 12cm 

25i  

5i

Exhibited: cottis ational allery o odern Art, John Maxwell Memorial Exhibition ‘96, Catalogue No. 77 £400-600

156 FRANCIS HENRY NEWBERY (BRITISH 1855‑1946) TOIL signed, bears artist’s name and address verso, watercolour 3 5cm  52cm  2 i    20 5i Exhibited: The Art Institute of Chicago, 6th International Exhibition of Watercolour Paintings, 1926 £1,500-2,000

157 EARLY 20TH CENTURY SCOTTISH SCHOOL PORTRAIT OF A GIRL watercolour

26cm 1 5cm  10 25i    6 5i £300-500

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158 [§] VICTORINE BUTTBERG (SCOTTISH FL.1933‑66)

159 WALTER MCADAM R.S.W. (SCOTTISH 1866‑1935)

HARBOUR VIEW signed, gouache 55cm

THE BRAES OF CLYDE signed, mixed media

5cm 21 5i    2 5i

3cm 5 cm  1 i    2 i

£300-500

£300-500

160 [§] ALASTAIR FLATTELY (SCOTTISH 1922‑2009)

161 [§] DAVID MACBETH SUTHERLAND R.S.A. (SCOTTISH 1883‑1973)

TRA LER ON PONTOON signed, oil on board

A ERDEEN 1

7

36 5cm 5 cm  1 25i    21 25i

BOAT RACE, LOCH CARRON signed, oil on board

£400-600

2 cm

6cm 11i    1 25i

£600-800

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162 [§] SIR WILLIAM GEORGE GILLIES C.B.E., R.A., R.S.A., P.P.R.S.W., L.L.D. (SCOTTISH 1898‑1973)

163 JOHN TERRIS R.S.W., R.I. (SCOTTISH 1865‑1914)

3 cm 51cm  13 5i    20i

£400-600

ARNISTON PARK signed, pencil and watercolour

HORSES ON THE BEACH signed, watercolour 5cm

2cm 1 i    2 25i

£500-800

164 [§] WILLIAM DRUMMOND BONE (SCOTTISH 1907‑1979) MOODY LANDSCAPE signed, oil on board

cm 5 cm  1 25i    23 25i £300-500

165 [§] CHARLES WALTER SIMPSON (BRITISH 1885‑1971) NEWLYN FISH MARKET signed, gouache 5 5cm 

6 5cm 21 5i    30i

£1,000-1,500

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166 JAMES WATTERSTON HERALD (SCOTTISH 1859‑1914)

167 [§] ELEANOR ALLEN ROBERTSON (BRITISH 1885‑1955)

25cm 1 5cm  10i     5i

36cm 2 5cm  1 25i     5i

£500-700

£300-500

INGLESI inscribed with title, watercolour

168 JAMES WATTERSTON HERALD (SCOTTISH 1859‑1914) FIGURES AT HARBOUR pastel on dark paper 1 5cm  12cm  £500-700

5i  

5i

’VENICE’ OF SHANGHAI signed, pencil and watercolour

169 SIR DAVID YOUNG CAMERON R.A., R.S.A., R.W.S., R.S.W., R.E. (SCOTTISH 1865‑1945) WESTERN-ROSS signed, pencil 11 5cm  15cm 

5i  6i

£400-600

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170 [§] PHILIP NAVIASKY (BRITISH 1894‑1982) ST. TROPEZ signed, titled verso, oil on board 3 cm 

5 5cm 15 5i    1 i

£400-600

171 [§] ADAM BRUCE THOMSON O.B.E., R.S.A., P.R.S.W., H.R.S.W. (SCOTTISH 1885‑1976) TWEED ABOVE MELROSE signed, ink and watercolour 2 5cm 

0cm 11 5i    16i

£400-600

172 GEORGE WILLIAM PILKINGTON (SOUTH AFRICAN 1879-1958) YACHTS, KALK BAY signed and inscribed with title, watercolour

173 FIONA MACCORMICK (20TH CENTURY SCOTTISH) A COUNTRY HOUSE ink and watercolour

26cm 35cm  10 25i    1 25i

33cm

£500-700

£300-500

3cm 13i    1 i

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ecorati e Arts 69 174 DELLA ROBBIA POTTERY, BIRKENHEAD

LARGE CIRCULAR GLAZED TERRACOTTA CHARGER CIRCA 1 00 decorated by Aphra Peirce, the central panel incised and painted with a child on a crescent moon carried along by moths on leads, within broad rim decorated it o erin roses incised maker’s marks under base DR/AJP cm iam

r

Literature: Hyland, Peter ‘The Della Robbia Pottery’, Woodbridge 2014, pp. 200-201 for similar examples by Aphra Pierce. £2,000-3,000

175 DELLA ROBBIA POTTERY, BIRKENHEAD

GLA ED TERRACOTTA CHARGER DATED 18 decorated by Frances (Lena) Peirce, incised and painted with a central panel of trees within a broad rim decorated it roundels o yin birds amongst leafy boughs, incised maker’s marks DR/ FP/B/1895 3 cm iam

r

£800-1,200

176 ATTRIBUTED TO APHRA PEIRCE FOR DELLA ROBBIA POTTERY, BIRKENHEAD

TERRACOTTA ‘POMPEIAN’ T IN HANDLED VASE CIRCA 1 00 of ovoid form, incised and painted with opposed panels of angels, unmarked 11cm high £300-400

177 DELLA ROBBIA POTTERY, BIRKENHEAD

GLAZED TERRACOTTA COMPORT, DATED 1901 decorated by Lizzie Wilkins, incised and painted it a ead and s oulders pro le o a irl incised maker’s marks DR/LW/1901 20cm iam £400-600

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179 ATTRIBUTED TO BIRMINGHAM GUILD OF HANDICRAFTS

COPPER CEILING LIGHT CIRCA 1 00 the domed hammered shade with brass scrolling brackets, suspended by a linked chain with ceiling rose

178 ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN PEARSON

NEWLYN SCHOOL COPPER FRAMED WALL MIRROR, CIRCA 1 00 t e circular ammered rame it repouss decoration o yin birds and set it our tur uoise uskin roundels 55cm iam

6cm iam

r 5 cm high

£1,200-1,800

r

£600-800

180 MANNER OF JOHN PEARSON

ARTS & CRAFTS COPPER WALL PLA E CIRCA 1 00 repouss decorated it stylised s and shells 61 5cm iam

r

£200-300

181 ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN PEARSON

NEWLYN SCHOOL COPPER FRAMED WALL MIRROR, CIRCA 1 00 of oval outline, the hammered round repouss decorated with stylised serpents 1 5cm 2 cm £30-400

182 ENGLISH SCHOOL

ARTS & CRAFTS COPPER AND WROUGHT IRON IRE SCREEN CIRCA 1 00 it central repouss panel enclosed by scrollin rame 7 cm i also an A T & C AFT EP C PPE WALL PLA E mounted on a oak board and depicting a galleon in full sail, 72cm s uare 2 £100-200

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ecorati e Arts 71 183 ENGLISH SCHOOL

ARTS & CRAFTS PEWTER WALL IRROR CIRCA 1 00 oaf tapering outline, the hammered rame it repouss Celtic knot decoration and applied turquoise Ruskin roundel 3cm 5 cm £500-700

184 ENGLISH SCHOOL

ARTS & CRAFTS BRASS AND ENAMEL SET CR CI I CIRCA 1 00 t e moulded cross set it e enamelled panels painted in gilt with winged lions and angels, raised on a spreading base 5 5cm high £500-800

185 ARTS & CRAFTS

PAIR OF PATINATED WROUGHT METAL WALL SCONCES CIRCA 1 20 each with three scrolling branches and applied embossed leaf decoration (2) 35cm a 2 cm  i £300-400

185A ENGLISH SCHOOL

PAIR OF EDWARDIAN PAINTED AND STAINED GLASS PANELS CIRCA 1 0 one depicting a maiden and owl on a crescent moon, the other a winged maiden with bird (2) 61cm

3 cm

£300-400

186 ENGLISH SCHOOL

WATERLILY GIRL, CIRCA 1 00 Art Nouveau watercolour study, unsigned 20cm 1 cm £250-350


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187 ARTS & CRAFTS

COPPER CEILING LIGHT CIRCA 1 00 with three Vaseline frilled glass shades, suspended rom a repouss decorated cylindrical ring, in turn supported by chains from a corresponding ceiling rose 50cm iam

r

cm high

£400-600

189 ARTS & CRAFTS

COPPER AND CAST IRON COAL SC TTLE CIRCA 1 00 it beaten nis and ri eted straps to the angles, the whole overlaid with pierced decorative cast iron frame and curved loop handle 3 cm i

cm high 5 cm 

£150-250

188 SHAPLAND & PETTER, BARNSTAPLE

ARTS CRA TS AHOGAN OO CASE CA INET CIRCA 1 00 the projecting cornice above an embossed copper frieze bearing inscription READING MAKETH A FULL MAN, above three astragal glazed doors with bullseye glass panels enclosing adjustable shelves, the base with two linenfold panel doors enclosing a single drawer and void, square supports, bears retailer’s mark 13 cm i

20 cm high

£2,000-3,000

cm

190 ARTS & CRAFTS

COPPER ROSE O L CIRCA 1 00 set with Ruskin panels, the pierced cover above bowl with strut supports on turned base 23cm iam

r

£150-250

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191 SHAPLAND & PETTER, BARNSTAPLE

LARGE ARTS & CRAFTS OAK BOOKCASE CABINET, CIRCA 1 00 the breakfront projecting top with arched three-quarter gallery with pierced detail, above a single door with stencilled polychrome panel bearing inscription MY LADIES GARDEN, anked by adjustable s el es and raised abo e t ree panelled doors, the whole raised on square legs with pad feet 222cm i

201cm high

cm

Literature: Bennett, Daryl ‘Shapland & Petter of Barnstaple’, Barnstaple 2005, p.44, pl. 4.10 where a smaller bookcase from this range is illustrated. A contemporary photograph showing the same model is illustrated right. £4,000-6,000


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192 SHAPLAND & PETTER, BARNSTAPLE

ARTS & CRAFTS OAK WALL IRROR CIRCA 1 00 with stencilled polychrome panel depicting a hunting scene, above a bevelled plate and shaped frame 100cm

2cm

£1,000-1,500

193 ATTRIBUTED TO G .M. ELLWOOD FOR BATH CABINET MAKERS

ARTS CRA TS OA CA INET CIRCA 1 00 the upper section with over-hanging cornice above a panelled cupboard door, with marquetry and pewter inlaid central panel depicting a maiden, opening to reveal a shelved interior, the lower section with three cedar-lined drawers and solid oak sides, stamped maker’s marks 55cm i

15 cm high 53cm 

£1,000-1,500 See Illustration.

194 GAVIN MORTON AND G.K. ROBERTSON FOR ALEXANDER MORTON & CO.

LARGE DONEGAL CARPET CIRCA 1 00 t e crimson eld di ided to our panels with angular vines and bold palmettes in colours with wide corresponding border in green 6

cm

cm

£2,000-3,000

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ecorati e Arts 75 195 DUCHESS OF SUTHERLAND CRIPPLES GUILD

RARE ARTS & CRAFTS SILVER PLATED WALL MIRROR, CIRCA 1 0 t e rectan ular be elled plate it in cus ion rame repouss decorated with fruiting vines, stamped maker’s marks D.S.C.G. 62cm 51cm Note: The Duchess of Sutherland Cripple Guild was established in 1898 by Millicent, the 4th Duchess of Sutherland to provide medical treatment to children who had been injured in the ta ords ire Potteries and to teac t em a trade T ey be an producing metalwork from 1907 – primarily small bowls and vases, but larger decorative items were also produced before the Guild closed in 1922. £700-900

196 ARTS & CRAFTS

PAIR O PLATED O ES AND COVERS CIRCA 1 00 each with planished surface, the covers with green caboc on set nials t e bodies it applied cast rie e o s immin s stamped mark to base 276 2 10cm iam

r 10cm high

Provenance: Collection of Roger and Heather Daltrey £150-250

197 JAMES DIXON & SONS, SHEFFIELD

PAIR OF ARTS & CRAFTS SILVER CANDLESTIC S CIRCA 1 0 each with circular reeded dished drip trays above corresponding tapered columns above a spreading base, stamped maker’s marks & allmarked e eld 1905 (2) 1 5cm high £300-500

198 ENGLISH SCHOOL

ARTS & CRAFTS OAK AND INLAID SIC CA INET CIRCA 1 00 with chequer inlay, the caddy top above single astragal glazed door anked by open s el es it spindle galleries and above four fold-down drawers, raised on cabriole legs, bears retailer’s label E. SHORE & CO./ CABINETMAKERS & /UPHOLSTERERS,/ ROCHDALE 5cm i £400-600

1

cm high

2cm

199 AMY SANDHEIM FOR SANDHEIM BROTHERS, LONDON

ARTS & CRAFTS SILVER CAKE AS ET CIRCA 1 16 with all-over hand-hammered nis t e boat s aped body applied with a band of entwined Celtic knotwork motifs, the swing handle with similar piercing, on a spreading oval foot, weight 453.5g 25 5cm i £300-500


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200 CHARLES ROBERT ASHBEE (1863-1942) FOR GUILD OF HANDICRAFTS

SILVER C P AND COVER CIRCA 1 01 it planis ed sur ace t e tapered co er it oral and oliate openwork decoration, set with green chrysoprase cabochons, the tapered bo l raised on turned column it correspondin oral and foliate openwork decoration, set with green chrysoprase cabochons above a spreading base, stamped makers marks to cup, cover and under base, GofHLtd and hallmarked London 1901, 502g 3 5cm high Literature: Crawford, Alan ‘C.R. Ashbee’, Yale University Press 1985, pp.318-321. Note: During the early 1890s, the Guild of Handicrafts started using silver for t e rst time T e ocus at rst as decorati e sports trop ies and cups followed by more functional objects in the latter half of the decade as the Guild shifted its attention to silver tableware. Ashbee continued to make cups with covers, some of which were used as prizes or trophies for sport in the late 1890s and early 1900s. These he produced partly because of his interest in watching competitive sports, and also because of his passion for craftsmanship and his disdain for mass-produced trophies that he believed to be an insult to both art and athletics. T e cup and co er o ered ere allmarked in London or t e year 1901-1902, demonstrates this admiration for hand-crafted metalwork. The textured surface of the silver is intentionally left unsmooth or planished to show the human interaction and imprint of the craft. It is a typical example of Ashbee’s work in silver, not only with regard to its nis but also due to t e oral and oliate open ork decoration set with green chrysoprase cabochons, which also feature in his jewellery and metalwork from the early 1890s. The form is inspired by German and utc standin cups o t e 600s o ic t ere as a ne collection at the South Kensington Museum in London, where Ashbee was a regular visitor. £3,000-5,000

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78 Lyon & Turnbull 201 ALICE M. MITCHELL

COLLECTION OF ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATIONS, LATE 19TH CENTURY including, ‘TWO LITTLE CRUSADERS’, ten ink dra in s on card eac 2 x cm eac signed AMM with manuscript captions; six pen and watercolour illustrations of faeries and oblins bet een 5 x 26 5cm and 7 5 x 2 cm all but one si ned A an illustration of a mother and child, ink on paper si ned A 25 5 x 0 5cm an illustration for ‘THE WATER BABIES’, x 25 5 cm ink and atercolour on t in card, signed and dated Ellen Woodward, Aug 30th 1888 to reverse; and 49 others, most signed by Mitchell (qty.) £300-500

202 ARTS & CRAFTS

ALLEGORICAL EMBROIDERED PANEL, CIRCA 1 10 desi ned as a emale ure alle orical of autumn with embroidered inscription THEN CAME THE AUT/ UMNE, ALL IN YELLOW CLAD/LADEN WITH FRUIT, framed 6 5cm 22cm £200-300

203 EDINBURGH SCHOOL

ARTS & CRAFTS PAINTED AND EMBROIDERED DEVOTIONAL PANEL CIRCA 1 00 depicting the Virgin & Child with attendant angels, with illuminated inscription AVE REGINA COELORUM....ET PRO NOBIS CHRISTUM EXORS, within gilt painted case and stand with twin doors a

2 5cm 21cm cas

cm 35cm

£350-450

204 GILBERT LEDWARD (1888-1960)

PATINATED PLASTER MAQUETTE modelled a male nude ure it attendant lions, raised on a stepped ebonised and mahogany plinth, inscribed on the plinth G. LEDWARD R.A. g r 2 5cm o g £300-500

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ecorati e Arts 79 205 ATTRIBUTED TO RHODA WAGER ARTS & CRAFTS WHITE METAL AND OPAL SET PENDANT CIRCA 1 10 of lozenge outline with openwork leafy band enclosing an oval opal panel 3 5cm o g £150-200

206 W. H. HASELER, BIRMINGHAM FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

ARTS & CRAFTS SILVER & ENAMEL PENDANT, CIRCA 1 08 of pierced circular form, designed as a peacock and set with polychrome enamels, stamped maker’s marks W.H.H., hallmarked Birmingham 1908 3 1cm iam

r

£600-800

207 LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

ARTS & CRAFTS ‘CYMRIC’ SILVER AND ENA EL RING CIRCA 1 00 the silver band set with turquoise enamel rounder and it applied oral rosettes to the shoulders, stamped marks L&Co./CYMRIC 2cm across £200-300

208 RHODA WAGER (1875–1953)

ARTS & CRAFTS WHITE METAL AND GEM-SET ROOCH CIRCA 1 10 of elliptical outline with a leafy openwork band set with seed pearls and centred by a faceted amethyst, bears maker’s mark WAGER cm across £400-600

209 ATTRIBUTED TO SIBYL DUNLOP

ARTS & CRAFTS WHITE METAL AND GE SET ROOCH CIRCA 1 2 of circular form set with moonstone and garnet cabochon stones 5cm across £250-350


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210 MANNER OF C. R. ASHBEE

ARTS & CRAFTS WHITE METAL BELT BUCKLE, CIRCA 1 10 of circular outline with fruiting vine openwork band enclosing a mother-of-pearl roundel 5cm iam

r

£200-300

211 DEAKIN & FRANCIS, BIRMINGHAM

ARTS & CRAFTS SILVER & ENAMEL BUCKLE, CIRCA 1 0 cast with stylised plant forms and set with turquoise enamels, stamped maker’s marks D&F, hallmarked Birmingham 1903 cm across £150-250

212 OMAR RAMSDEN (1873–1939 AND ALWYN CARR (1872-1940)

ARTS & CRAFTS SILVER SALT AND PEPPER POT, CIRCA 1 12 each with planished surface, the tapering bodies with applied bracket decoration, the salt with green glass liner, stamped maker’s marks RN&CR, hallmarked London 1912, indistinct inscription under base to each (2) cm high £500-800

213 ALBERT EDWARD BONNER, LONDON

PAIR OF ARTS & CRAFTS SILVER SPOONS, DATED 1913 each with openwork heart shaped terminals set with green cabochon stones, bears maker’s marks, hallmarked London 1913, 90g. (2) 1 cm o g £300-500

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214 JOHNSON & APPLEYARD, SHEFFIELD

ARTS & CRAFTS MAHOGANY TABLE, CIRCA 1 00 the octagonal top above four plank supports linked by stretchers, bears maker’s label JOHNSON & APPLEYARD/SHEFFIELD & ROTHERHAM 61cm iam

r 6 cm high

£200-300

215 ARTS & CRAFTS

AHOGAN OPEN AR CHAIR CIRCA 1 10 with slatted and upholstered panel back raised above drop-in seat and open arms and standing on square legs linked by stretchers 55cm i

1cm high

1cm

£300-500

216 BERNARD MOORE (1850-1935)

L STRE VASE CIRCA 1 10 of bottle form, decorated with an exotic bird, painted marks BERNARD MOORE/JS11/A, re-stuck chip to rim 26cm high £300-500

217 BERNARD MOORE (1850-1935)

FLAMBÉ GLAZED FIGURE OF ‘GAZEKA’, CIRCA 1 20 painted maker’s mark under base BM 1 cm high Literature: Dawson, Aileen ‘Bernard Moore, Master Potter 1850-1935’, Richard Dennis, 1982, p. 7 25 ere a similar ure is illustrated £400-600


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218 GORDON FORSYTH (1879–1952) FOR PILKINGTON’S

SHOULDERED LUSTRE VASE, DATED 1910 decorated with opposed eagles, their wings outstretched, and reserved on a scrolling foliate green ground, impressed maker’s marks 2891/X/ENGLAND, painted artist’s monogram and date symbol 2 cm high £2,500-3,000

219 WILLIAM S. MYCOCK (1872-1950) FOR PILKINGTON’S ROYAL LANCASTRIAN

CYLINDRICAL LUSTRE VASE, DATED 1917 decorated with panels of lions rampant and o erin roses spaced it cypress trees, impressed maker’s marks ROYAL LANCASTRIAN/3041/ENGLAND, and with painted artist’s monogram and dated 1917 26cm high £2,200-2,800

220 PILKINGTON’S ROYAL LANCASTRIAN

L STRE OON LAS CIRCA 1 20 o attened circular orm it t in andles painted to one side it o erin olia e and to the other with opposed birds amongst foliage, impressed maker’s marks ROYAL LANCASTRIAN/ ENGLAND/2715 2 5cm high £2,200-2,800

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ecorati e Arts 83

221 RICHARD JOYCE (1873-1931) FOR PILKINGTONS ROYAL LANCASTRIAN

CIRC LAR L STRE O L CIRCA 1 2 moulded and decorated with an exotic bird, impressed factory marks, ROYAL LANCASTRIAN/ ENGLAND, incised artist’s mark R. JOYCE 2 cm iam

r

£1,200-1,800

222 GWLADYS RODGERS FOR PILKINGTONS ROYAL LANCASTRIAN

L STRE O L CIRCA 1 20 decorated with bands of leafy foliage, impressed maker’s marks, painted artist’s monogram 30cm iam £200-300

223 ARTHUR W. SIMPSON (1857-1922), KENDAL

OA TA LE CA INET EARL 20TH CENT R the projecting cornice above a single panelled door, carved in relief with fruiting vines and raised above an open shelf on stile supports, bears maker’s label to base 5 cm i

6 cm high 20cm 

Literature: Wright, Hugh ‘The Beautiful Furniture of the Simpsons of Kendal’ Carlisle 2011, p. 137 illus. where a similar examples of carved panels are illustrated. £1,000-1,500

r


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224 SIR GEORGE JAMES FRAMPTON (1860-1928)

PETER PAN DATED 1 1 patinated bron e ure si ned in t e bron e E F A PT and dated 1915, also inscribed with an encircled PP and raised on a veined green marble base g r

cm high o a h igh 52 5cm

Note: In 1910 Sir James Barrie (1860-1937), commissioned the artist Sir George Frampton (1860-1928) to produce a statue in bronze of his amous literary creation Peter Pan Frampton as a leadin ure in the New Sculpture movement of the late 19th century, a movement ic endea oured to mo e a ay rom t e con nes o t e ro en neoclassicism” of traditional sculpture to more dynamic and energetic forms, often with mythological or exotic subject matters. The sculpture which Frampton produced took its inspiration from a series of photographs taken by Barrie in July 1906, two years after the 1904 stage play premiered in London and the same year Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens was published. These photographs feature Michael Llewelyn-Davies, who, along with his brothers, was the original inspiration for the characters. Davies can be seen wearing the costume for Peter Pan which was designed for the play by William Nicholson (who also designed the scenery), and which was to become an essential part of Peter Pan’s identity. In fact, the photograph of Michael wearing the costume became the ideal image of Peter Pan in Barrie’s eyes. The completed bronze was exhibited by Frampton at the Royal Academy in 1911 and the following year Barrie arranged to have the statue erected in secret on the 29th and 30th of April in Kensington Gardens, in order that the statue appear as if by magic on May Day, with only a brief announcement in The Times newspaper by way of any publicity; ’There is a surprise in store for the children who go to Kensington gardens to feed the ducks in the serpentine this morning. Down by the little bay on the south-western side of the tail of the Serpentine they ill nd a ay day i t by r arrie a ure o Peter Pan blo in his pipe on the stump of a tree, with fairies and mice and squirrels all around t is t e ork o ir eor e Frampton and t e bron e ure o the boy who would never grow up is delightfully conceived. Men were engaged on Monday and yesterday in placing the work of the sculptor in position behind drawn curtains. These will be removed durin t e ni t and t e c ildren ill just nd Peter Pan t ere as i e had grown out of the turf on May morning. It was the wish of Mr Barrie and of Sir George Frampton that there should be no formal unveiling and t e ce o Works ell in it a appy idea The statue was unveiled to great success and, as a result of its popularity, a small number of bronze reductions were produced during t e artist s li etime up to 25 o ic t e current ure is an early example. In addition to creating numerous other public statues and memorials, a further six life-sized casts of Peter Pan were publicly erected in Europe, Canada, and the US, testament to the popularity of the statue, and to the character of Peter Pan, well-loved to this day as the boy who never grew up. £25,000-30,000

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86 Lyon & Turnbull

225 COMPTON POTTER’S GUILD

ARTS & CRAFTS POTTERY FIGURE O ST GEORGE CIRCA 1 20 painted in tempera, impressed seal mark 22cm high Note: The Compton Potter’s Arts Guild was a pottery founded by sculptor and social activist Mary Fraser Tytler in order to o er employment to t e poor o Compton. The pottery ran from 1899 to 1954, producing large amounts of objects from terracotta garden pottery to smaller ouse old urines pla ues and jugs in the Arts and Crafts, and Gothic Revival manner – selling in prominent department stores such as Liberty & Co. £400-600

226 COMPTON POTTER’S GUILD

POTTERY FIGURE OF ST MICHAEL, CIRCA 1 20 painted in tempera, impressed seal mark, 5cm i and a C PT P TTE GUILD POTTERY PLAQUE OF ST FRANCIS, C CA 20 painted in tempera impressed seal mark 6 5cm x 2cm 2 £500-800

227 COMPTON POTTER’S GUILD

ARTS & CRAFTS POTTERY PLAQUE O ST GEORGE CIRCA 1 20 painted in tempera, impressed seal mark 20 3cm 12cm £300-500

228 COMPTON POTTER’S GUILD

ARTS & CRAFTS POTTERY PLAQUE OF THE VIRGIN CHILD CIRCA 1 20 painted in tempera, impressed seal mark 16 5cm 12cm £200-300

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ecorati e Arts 87

229 SHAPLAND & PETTER, BARNSTAPLE

ARTS & CRAFTS MAHOGANY BOOKCASE CABINET, CIRCA 1 10 the projecting cornice with embossed copper frieze bearing the inscription READING MAKETH A FULL MAN, above twin leaded and glazed doors enclosing shelves above an open shelf and two linenfold panelled doors enclosin tted interiors centred by a sin le dra er and void and raised on square tapered legs 1 0cm i

210cm high 55cm 

£2,000-3,000


88 Lyon & Turnbull

230 ATTRIBUTED TO MACKAY HUGH BAILLIE SCOTT

OA RA ED AR CHAIR CIRCA 1 00 with button upholstered back above open arms and solid seat with loose cushion raised on square legs linked by stretchers 56cm i

132cm high

3cm

Literature: Anscombe, Isabelle and Gere, Charlotte ‘Arts & Crafts in Britain and America’, London 1978, p. 137, pl. 178 where a chair of by J.P. White’s Pyghtle Works of 1901 shows similar characteristics. £800-1,200

231 ARTS & CRAFTS

OA OCCASIONAL TA LE CIRCA 1 10 the octagonal top above chamfered and curved square supports raised on cross stretchers with incised pad feet 2cm across

0cm high

£300-500

232 ARTS & CRAFTS STYLE

MAHOGANY FRAMED WING AR CHAIR EARL 20TH CENT R later upholstered 6cm i

111cm high 53cm 

£400-600

233 ARTS & CRAFTS

OA RA ED STOOL EARL 20TH CENTURY the rectangular upholstered seat raised on turned, facetted and blocked legs linked by stretchers, bears incised maker’s monogram cm i

6cm high 32cm 

£200-300

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234 L. & J. G. STICKLEY

OAK DESK AND MATCHING DES AR CHAIR CIRCA 1 0 the desk with rectangular top raised above two drawers on square legs with slatted sides lined by a platform stretcher, 22cm ide 75cm i 62cm; the chair with slatted back and leather upholstered seat with square legs linked by stretc ers 7cm ide 6cm i 2cm deep eac bears applied and branded maker’s marks (2) £500-800

235 MANNER OF STICKLEY BROS.

ARTS & CRAFTS MISSION OAK ROCKER, CIRCA 1 20 the slatted back above open arms and upholstered seat 66cm i £300-400

236 L. & J. G. STICKLEY

OA ROC ER NO 7 CIRCA 1 0 after original design by Gustav Stickley, with slatted back and arms, enclosing a leather loose cushion on rocker base, applied and branded maker’s marks 0cm i £300-500

11 cm high

cm

3cm high

cm


90 Lyon & Turnbull

237 ROBERT ‘MOUSEMAN’ THOMPSON (1876-1955), KILBURN

PAIR OF OAK ‘MONKS’’ CHAIRS, CIRCA 1 0 each with curved top rail and arms, carved with monks’ heads, above three panels, carved with a cipher and roses, raised on octagonal legs joined by an x stretc er 2 5 cm i

1cm high

2cm

£2,500-3,500

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238 ROBERT ‘MOUSEMAN’ THOMPSON (1876-1955), KILBURN

OA TRA CIRCA 18 0 of kidney outline, the galleried tray with adzed surface and with two carved mouse signatures to the rim cm across £250-350

239 HUGH BIRKETT (1919-2002)

COTSWOLD SCHOOL MAHOGANY WALL CLOCK, DATED 1979 of twelve sided outline, the dial with carved Roman numerals and carved hands with gilded tips, the fusee time recorder movement by Gledhill- Brook, inscribed HUGH BIRKETT/MORETON IN THE MARSH 1979’ 5cm high

240 ROBERT ‘MOUSEMAN’ THOMPSON (1876-1955), KILBURN

LARGE OA RE ECTOR TA LE CIRCA 1 0 the rectangular planked top with adzed surface raised on four turned and faceted baluster legs on trestle bases linked by a stretcher, carved mouse signature 235cm o g £5,000-7,000

5cm high

cm

6cm i

Note: Hugh Birkett learned much of his craft working with Oliver Morel, the furniture maker, teacher and farmer, at his farm in Herefordshire in 1948. Morel had been a pupil of Edward Barnsley, who in turn had trained with his father Sidney Barnsley and Ernest Gimson at Sapperton. He moved to Morton-in-Marsh in 1966, where this clock was made. £3,000-5,000


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241 COTSWOLD SCHOOL

ALN T OO CASE CA INET CIRCA 1 0 the stepped top above an arrangement of open shelves and with a single panelled door to each side, the whole raised on stile supports 2cm i

100cm high 36cm 

£500-700

242 BOB ‘WRENMAN’ HUNTER, THIRSK, YORKSHIRE

ARTS & CRAFTS OAK BOOKCASE CABINET, LATE 20TH CENT R the moulded cornice above two stained and leaded glass doors with rose motifs above two further panelled doors raised on square feet, the cornice carved with wren and oak leaf signature 11 cm i

163cm high

cm

£400-600

244 ROBERT ‘MOUSEMAN’ THOMPSON (1876-1955), KILBURN OA ASHTRA ID 20TH CENT R with carved rim and carved mouse signature 13cm 10cm £150-250

243 ROBERT ‘MOUSEMAN’ THOMPSON (1876-1955), KILBURN PAIR O OA OO ENDS ID 20TH CENT R eac it ad ed sur ace and car ed mouse si nature 5cm i also an OAK LAMP BASE, the facetted column with spreading base, car ed it lea es car ed mouse si nature 25cm i £300-500

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245 DEREK ‘LIZARDMAN’ SLATER, CRAYKE, YORKSHIRE

LARGE OA DRESSER LATE 20TH CENTURY the superstructure with two leaded and glazed doors and with two panelled doors and open shelves, above a base with three drawers and four panelled doors below, the whole raised on facetted feet, carved lizard signature 153cm i

1 3cm high

1cm

£1,000-1,500

246 WILF ‘SQUIRRELMAN’ HUTCHINSON, HUSTHWAITE, YORKSHIRE

OA HALL CA INET CIRCA 1 60 the stepped top with hinged lid and twin panelled doors raised on facetted legs, carved squirrel signature 10 cm i £500-800

3cm high 3 cm 


94 Lyon & Turnbull 247 LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

ARTS & CRAFTS BRASS OVERMANTEL ALL IRROR CIRCA 1 00 it beaten nis t e projectin cornice above rectangular frame, embossed it stylised o er eads and elon ated plant forms set with turquoise enamels, riveted detail cm 125cm £1,000-1,500

248 LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

OA OCCASIONAL TA LE CIRCA 1 00 in the Moorish taste, the six-sided top above arcaded apron and ring turned legs uniting a lower tier 55cm i

0cm high

1cm

£200-300

249 HEWETSON, MILNER & THEXTON, LONDON

NOVELTY STAINED WOOD SIDE CHAIR, CIRCA 1 0 the tall narrow back in the shape of a guitar neck and headstock, above a circular seat on legs formed in the shape of a clarinet, stamped maker’s mark under seat B35/B8 0cm i

cm high 3 cm 

£700-900

250 LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

MAHOGANY ‘THEBES’ STOOL, CIRCA 1 10 the dished upholstered top with close nail decoration and with reeded edge, above square supports with spindle gallery on curved legs with pad feet cm across

3cm high

£400-600

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ecorati e Arts 95 251 MANNER OF WALTER CRANE FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

ARTS & CRAFTS COPPER PANEL, CIRCA 1 00 embossed with a relief scene of putti in a sailing ship, later framed 53cm 11 cm £800-1,200

252 LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

GILDED WALNUT ‘THEBES’ STOOL, CIRCA 1 00 the dished seat with woven cord panel raised on tapering ring turned legs linked by a spindle frieze 3 cm s

ar

31cm high

£250-350

253 ATTRIBUTED TO LEONARD WYBURD FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

ART NOUVEAU MAHOGANY FRAMED DRAWING ROOM CHAIR CIRCA 1 00 t e top rail mar uetry inlaid it oral moti s t e upholstered back, arms and seat with tapered uprights to t e ront it moulded nials t e ole raised on square tapered legs 1cm i

13 cm high

6cm

Literature: Levy, Mervyn ‘Liberty Style’, New York 1986, p. 68, illus. £800-1,200


96 Lyon & Turnbull 254 ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON ART NOUVEAU SILVER AND ENAMEL ROOCH NO 1186E CIRCA 1 00 of pierced oval outline worked as stylised entwined foliage and set with mother of pearl, stamped marks L&Co./SILVER 3cm across Literature: Martin. Stephen A. ‘Archibald Knox’, ArtMedia 2001, p.265 for comparable examples. £300-500

256 ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

255 ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

SILVER ENA EL PENDANT CIRCA 1 00 made by William Haseler, Birmingham, worked with whiplash foliate design and set with oval turquoise enamel panel, stamped marks verso WHH/SILVER

ARTS & CRAFTS ‘CYMRIC’ SILVER AND ENA EL ROOCH CIRCA 1 00 of pierced ovoid form, decorated with a desi n o a stylised o erin plant stamped marks L&Co./CYMRIC

cm o g Literature: Martin, Stephen ‘Archibald Knox’, 2001, p. 255 for a comparable example.

3cm across Literature: Martin. Stephen A. ‘Archibald Knox’, ArtMedia 2001, p.260 for comparable examples.

£600-800

£200-300

257 ATTRIBUTED TO JESSIE M. KING FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

SET O SI SILVER ENA EL TTONS CIRCA 1 06 each designed as a galleon in full sail, stamped maker’s marks L&Co, hallmarked Birmingham 1906, within original box (6) ach 2 5cm iam

r

£600-800

258 ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

BOXED SET OF SIX ‘CYMRIC’ SILVER AND TURQUOISE BUTTONS, CIRCA 1 06 each of circular form, cast with stylised Celtic entwined foliate motifs and set with turquoise cabochon stones, stamped maker’s marks L&CO/CYMRIC and hallmarked Birmingham 1906 (6) 2 5cm iam

r

£400-600

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259 ARCHIBALD KNOX (1854-1933) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

RARE ‘CYMRIC’ SILVER CRUET SET, DATED 1906 the divided tray with loop handle, cast with Celtic tendrils, and holding two glass bottles with stoppers, stamped maker’s marks L&Co/1056, hallmarked Birmingham 1906 13 5cm across 12cm high £1,500-2,000

260 LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

ART NOUVEAU SILVER AND ENAMEL PHOTOGRAPH RA E CIRCA 1 1 of rectangular form, with applied rosettes, set to the angles with blue and green enamels, hardwood back boards and strut, stamped maker’s marks L&Co/5783, hallmarked Birmingham 1919 2 cm 1 5cm £2,500-3,500

261 ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

T DRIC PE TER CO PORT CIRCA 1 00 cast with stylised foliate design on a hammered ground, the six-sided bowl above three shaped supports on a domed base, stamped maker’s marks TUDRIC PEWTER/01161 26 5cm high £200-300

262 ARCHIBALD KNOX (1854-1933) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

’TUDRIC’ PEWTER FLOWER VASE AND LINER, CIRCA 1 00 with three handles and green glass liner, the rim cast with fruiting foliage, stamped maker’s marks MADE IN ENGLAND/TUDRIC/0957 22cm high £200-300


98 Lyon & Turnbull 263 LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

ARTS & CRAFTS COPPER FRAMED MIRROR, CIRCA 1 10 of oval outline, the hammered frame set with four turquoise Ruskin roundels, bears maker’s ivorine label LIBERTY/LONDON 53cm 63cm £800-1,200

264 ARCHIBALD KNOX (1854-1933) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON 265 ATTRIBUTED TO C.F.A. VOYSEY FOR ALEXANDER MORTON AND CO.

ARTS CRA TS DONEGAL CARPET CIRCA 1 00 four sections missing to edge, cuts to left hand side, areas of moth damage and fading 650cm

PAIR OF ‘TUDRIC’ PEWTER CANDLESTICKS, CIRCA 1 00 each with tapering stems and spreading bases cast with stylised Celtic decoration, stamped maker’s marks TUDRIC/0221/3 (2) 1 5cm high £300-500

0cm

Literature: ’Craftsman Furnishings for the Home Made’ by Gustav Stickley, The Craftsman Incorporated, October 1912 Haslam, Malcolm ‘Arts and Crafts Carpets’, London rontispiece and p and p. 139 where the author notes that in the Stickley catalogue a similar carpet is described as ‘made in Ireland after the designs by Voysey and his school.’ £400-600

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ecorati e Arts 99 266 ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

COPPER ALL IRROR CIRCA 1 00 of rectangular outline, the hammered sur ace repouss decorated in lo relie with Celtic entrelac knots and rivet detail 61cm

1cm

Literature: Martin. Stephen A. ‘Archibald Knox’, ArtMedia 2001, p.229 for comparable examples. £800-1,200

267 ARTS & CRAFTS

PAIR OF OAK RECLINING AR CHAIRS CIRCA 1 00 each with slatted backs and arms with loose back and seat cushions, later upholstered, and raised on square legs linked by stretchers (2) 5 cm i £400-600

268 ARCHIBALD KNOX (1854-1933) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

PAIR OF ‘TUDRIC’ PEWTER CANDLESTICKS, CIRCA 1 00 each with tapering stems and spreading bases cast with stylised Celtic decoration, stamped maker’s marks TUDRIC/0221/3 (2) 1 5cm high £300-500

10 cm high

5cm


Pictures: Part II 269 [§] WINIFRED MCKENZIE (SCOTTISH 1905‑2001) EVENING, ÉVOLÈNE signed, oil on canvas 5cm 

cm 1 i    2 i

Exhibited: oyal cottis Academy Ex ibition

7

£400-600

270 [§] HAMISH REID (SCOTTISH 1929‑2005)

MONUMENT signed and dated ‘60, oil on canvas 52 5cm

5 5cm 20 5i    2 5i

£500-700

271 [§] HAMISH REID (SCOTTISH 1929‑2005) TWO BIRDS oil on canvas 0cm 

5cm 15 5i    2 5i

£400-600

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ecorati e Arts 272 20TH CENTURY SCOTTISH SCHOOL

STILL-LIFE WITH ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS signed ‘Clark,’ oil on canvas 61cm 51cm  2 i    20i £300-500

273 [§] LENA ALEXANDER (SCOTTISH 1899‑1983)

STILL LIFE OF PINK AND WHITE ROSES signed, pastel cm 60 5cm  1 5i    23 5i £300-500

274 [§] GEORGE TELFER BEAR (SCOTTISH 1876‑1973)

STILL LIFE WITH TULIPS signed and indistinctly dated, oil on canvas 5cm £600-900

0cm 1 5i    15 5i

Pictures: Part  101


102 Lyon & Turnbull 275 [§] FIONNA CARLISLE (SCOTTISH B.1954)

WOMAN SEATED IN AN ARMCHAIR signed and dated ‘78, mixed media 2 cm 2 5cm  11i     5i r i ic rs i r 2

a

£150-250

276 [§] BRENDA LENAGHAN R.S.W. (SCOTTISH B.1941) THE BOUQUET signed, oil on board

36cm 35cm  1 i    13 5i £300-500

277 [§] SVETLIN ROUSSEV (BULGARIAN B.1939)

PAIR OF PORTRAITS: PINK AND BLUE signed, indistinctly dated and inscribed ‘1736’ verso, oil on canvas 22cm 16cm  2

5i  6 25i

£300-500

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278 [§] BRENDA LENAGHAN R.S.W. (SCOTTISH B. 1941)

279 [§] MOIRA BEATY (SCOTTISH 1922‑2015)

1 cm 13 5cm  5 5i    5 25i

11 5cm

Exhibited: The Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh

£250-350

TURBAN AND ORANGE CAT signed with initials, oil on board

DINNER DATE signed, oil on board 5cm

5i  3 5i

£400-600

280 [§] GEORGE TELFER BEAR (SCOTTISH 1874‑1973) PORTRAIT OF A GIRL signed, oil on board

3 cm 2 cm  15 25i    11 5i £300-500

281 [§] BRENDA LENAGHAN R.S.W. (SCOTTISH B.1941) BLACK HEN AND RUSSIAN BLUE signed with initials, oil on board 16cm  16cm  6 25i    6 25i Exhibited: The Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh £400-600

Pictures: Part  103


104 Lyon & Turnbull 282 [§] HAMISH LAWRIE (SCOTTISH 1919‑1987) BOATS signed, oil on board

26cm 3 cm  10 25i    13 5i £300-500

283 [§] ADAM BRUCE THOMSON O.B.E., R.S.A., R.S.W. (SCOTTISH 1885‑1976) THROUGH THE FOREST signed, watercolour 3 5cm 

5cm 1

5i  1 5i

£400-600

284 [§] HAMISH LAWRIE (SCOTTISH 1919‑1987) TOWARDS APPLECROSS signed, oil on board

1 cm 25cm  6 5i    10i £200-300

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ecorati e Arts 285 RICHARD DEMARCO O.B.E., H.R.S.A., H.R.W.S., R.S.W. (SCOTTISH B.1930)

STREET WITH STEPS, PICINISCO signed, titled and dated 2010, pencil and watercolour 2 cm 20cm  11i     i £300-500

286 [§] HAMISH LAWRIE (SCOTTISH 1919‑1987) MARKET SCENE signed, oil on board 3 cm 

cm 13 5i    1 25i

£400-600

287 RICHARD DEMARCO O.B.E., H.R.S.A., H.R.W.S., R.S.W. (SCOTTISH B.1930) STEPPED STREET PICINISCO signed and titled, pencil and watercolour 25cm  16 5cm  £300-500

5i  6 5i

2010

Pictures: Part  105


106 Lyon & Turnbull 288 ANDRE FAVORY (FRENCH 1888‑1937)

WOMAN SLEEPING ON A RED CUSHION signed, oil on canvas 52 5cm

0 5cm 20 5i    2

5i

£500-700

289 [§] DO FOURNIER (FRENCH B.1951)

A MOMENT’S REST signed, oil on canvas 160cm 100cm  63i    3 5i £300-500

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ecorati e Arts 290 [§] YAGO PERICOT (FRENCH/SPANISH B.1929) EL GENERAL signed, titled and inscribed ‘Barcelona’ verso, and dated 5-6-MCMLXV, oil on canvas 1cm 65cm  32i    25 5i £300-500

291 [§] GUILIANA ZANOTTI (CONTEMPORARY)

APPLES signed and dated ‘03, oil on board 2 cm 2 cm  10 5i    11i £250-350

292 [§] HAMISH LAWRIE (SCOTTISH 1919‑1987) STILL-LIFE signed, oil on canvas

5cm 3 cm  1 5i    1 5i £500-700

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108 Lyon & Turnbull 293 [§] WILLIAM BURNS R.S.A., R.S.W. (SCOTTISH 1921‑1972)

JOHNSHAVEN signed and dated ‘52, oil on canvas 51cm

5cm 20i    2 5i

Exhibited: Aberdeen Art Gallery, ‘William Burns Memorial Exhibition’, 1973-4 £300-500

294 [§] PERPETUA POPE (SCOTTISH 1916‑2013) ACHANN, TAYSIDE signed, oil on canvas

5cm 60cm  2 5i    23 5i £500-700

295 [§] IRENE HALLIDAY (SCOTTISH B.1931) WINTER SUNSET signed, gouache

2 cm 36cm  15 25i    1 i £200-300

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110 Lyon & Turnbull 296 JOHANN MARESCH (1821-1914), BOHEMIA

TERRACOTTA IG RE GRO P CIRCA 1880 modelled as t ree boys sittin on a all patinated in coloured enamels impressed maker s marks 6 2 5 5cm high

6cm i

£3,000-4,000

297 ALBERT DOMINIQUE ROSÉ FOR GOLDSCHEIDER, AUSTRIA

PATINATED TERRACOTTA IG RAL LA P CIRCA 1 10 cast as a boy li tin a ci arette t e electric bulb idden in is coat impressed makers marks 0 2 FA E E A T C E it actory marks and artist s si nature 50cm high £600-800

298 FRIEDRICH GOLDSCHEIDER (1845-1897) TERRACOTTA IG RE CIRCA 18 0 modelled by aniro as a youn man readin a letter t e ure seated on a bamboo c air impressed maker s marks F E C L C E E WE EP CT E E EE 0 0 and bearin incised si nature A FF 2 cm high £1,800-2,200

For details o ees payable in addition to t e ammer price o eac lot please see t e

Job No: 2828753751

Proof Event: 1

uyer s uide section o t is catalo ue on pa e 2

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299 GERMAN SCHOOL

PAIR OF JUGENDSTIL SILVER PLATE PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, CIRCA 1 00 each cast and worked with open ork iplas o erin foliage and Art Nouveau maiden, hinged strut to the reverse, stamped marks verso 49 (2) cm 3 cm £3,000-5,000

300 WMF (WÜRTTEMBERGISCHE METALLWARENFABRIK)

PAIR OF JUGENDSTIL SILVER-PLATED CANDLESTICKS, CIRCA 1 00 each on spreading square-shaped bases with tapering stems pierced with entwined foliate motifs, stamped WMF marks on underside of stems under bases (2) 2 cm high £300-500

301 GERMAN SCHOOL

ART NOUVEAU WHITE METAL AND ENAMEL MIRROR PENDANT CIRCA 1 00 of tapered outline, with opposed embossed design, hinged and enclosing bevelled mirror plates 5 5cm o g Literature: Becker, Vivienne ‘Art Nouveau Jewelry’, Thames & Hudson 1998, p. 117, pl. 167 where a similar example is illustrated. £150-250

302 GUSTAVE SERRURIER-BOVY (1858–1910)

COPPER AND RASS TRA CIRCA 1 00 with geometric pierced decoration to the handles and gallery 53cm o g 26 5cm  £200-300


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303 GEORGES FLAMAND (1895-1925)

ART NOUVEAU BRONZE PATINATED BUST cast as a young man with head tilted, wearing a winged helmet, on a twisted base, signed G. FLAMAND 3 cm high £300-400

304 JEAN GARNIER (1853 – 1910)

ART NO VEA PE TER ALL PLA E CIRCA 1 07 of oval outline, cast in relief with a representation of the sirens, signed in the pewter J. GARNIER 3cm i £250-350

305 LUCIEN CHARLES EDOUARD ALLIOT (FRENCH, 1867-1967)

ART NOUVEAU GILTMETAL TABLE LAMP, CIRCA 1 00 cast as a maiden oldin o ers in er ands eac ormin li t ttin s er o in robe ormin t e base, signed on the base L. ALLIOT 66cm high £500-700

306 PIEL FRÈRES, PARIS

ART NOUVEAU GILT METAL AND ENAMELLED BELT BUCKLE, CIRCA 1 00 bron e and cloisonn enamel modelled as a peacock’s feather set with a blue glass cabochon, stamped with maker’s marks PF/DEPOSE 11cm i £600-800

307 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL

ART NOUVEAU BRASS AND COPPER TABLE LA P CIRCA 1 00 the cast base issuing scrolling arm with bracket support it adjustable ttin and c neider iridescent glass shade, the shade with script etched mark SCHNEIDER 1cm high £500-700

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ecorati e Arts 113 308 RENÉ PRÉJELAN (1877-1968)

’LES CYCLES COTTEREAU SONT LES MEILLEURS’, EDWARDIAN CYCLING POSTER Cycles Cottereau, Dijon, design by en Pr jelan ramed and la ed laid-down onto mount 1 0cm

cm

£400-600

309 ÉMILE GALLÉ (1846-1904)

WALNUT AND MARQUETRY INLAID FOLDOVER CARD TABLE, CIRCA 1 00 the hinged inlaid top inlaid with a marquetry panel depicting o erin poppies and openin to re eal a bai e lined interior the whole raised on cabriole legs linked by stretchers, mar uetry inlaid si nature to top LE ALL A C cm i £700-900

310 MANNER OF ÉMILE GALLÉ

FRENCH ART NOUVEAU MARQUETRY INLAID TAG RE CIRCA 1 00 with two graduated tiers, each marquetry inlaid it o erin plants and raised on moulded cabriole legs, brass carrying handles 5cm i

2cm high 5 cm 

£1,500-2,000

5cm high 3 cm 


114 Lyon & Turnbull 311 ÉMILE GALLÉ (1846-1904)

’LA GROSEILLE’ FIRE-POLISHED CAMEO GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 00 t e o oid body it tall ared neck acid-etched and polished with fruiting redcurrants cameo si nature ALL

312 GALLÉ, NANCY

31cm high

CA EO GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 10 the elongated baluster body with tall neck, overlaid in deep amethyst on a paler ground and acid etched with a desi n o o erin orc ids relie car ed cameo si nature ALL

£800-1,200

1 cm high £300-500

313 DAUM, NANCY

WHEEL-CARVED CAMEO GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 10 of elongated baluster form, overlaid in pale ruby red on a yellow ground and acid-etched and carved with o erin campanula etc ed maker s mark to body, DAUM/NANCY with Cross of Lorraine 1 5cm high £500-800

314 GALLÉ, NANCY

CA EO GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 10 the swollen cylindrical body with tall neck, overlaid in pale green and white on a paler ground and acid etched with a design of o erin ydran ea relie car ed cameo si nature ALL 32cm high £500-700

315 GALLÉ, NANCY

CA EO GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 10 t e attened o oid body it tall neck, overlaid in amethyst on a paler ground and acid etched with a design of o erin uc sias relie car ed cameo si nature ALL 1 5cm high £300-500

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ecorati e Arts 115 316 GALLÉ, NANCY

317 GALLÉ, NANCY

32cm high

3 5cm high

£500-800

£600-800

CA EO GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 10 the ovoid body with tall neck, overlaid in sepia on a paler ground and acid etched with a design of ild o ers and rasses relie car ed cameo si nature ALL

CA EO GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 10 the elongated ovoid body with tall neck, overlaid in deep ruby on a paler ground and acid etched with a desi n o o erin poppies relie car ed cameo si nature ALL

318 ÉMILE GALLÉ (1846-1904)

ENAMELLED GLASS VASE, CIRCA 1 00 of swollen cylindrical for, the mottled body applied with coloured enamels highlighted with gilt, etched maker’s mark to base E ALL 25cm high £400-600

320 DAUM, NANCY 319 ÉMILE GALLÉ (1846-1904)

ENAMELLED GLASS VASE, CIRCA 1 00 of shouldered tapering form, the amethyst body applied with coloured enamels it a panel o o ers painted mark to body ALL 15cm high £800-1,200

PAINTED GLASS SALT CIRCA 1 10 painted en grisaille with a landscape on a textured ground with gilt highlights, painted makers’ mark DAUM/NANCY with Cross of Lorraine, 5cm across and a A A C AT E PA TE LA A E C CA 0 t e textured sur ace painted en risaille it a landscape painted makers mark A A C it Cross o Lorraine 5cm i (2) £400-600


116 Lyon & Turnbull 321 SHAPLAND & PETTER, BARNSTAPLE

ARTS & CRAFTS INLAID MAHOGANY OVER ANTEL IRROR CIRCA 1 00 the rectangular bevelled plate below an open shelf and spindle gallery, enclosed by marquetry panels of stylised roses and foliage, inlaid with stained specimen woods and mother of pearl 1 6cm i

5cm high 1 cm 

£800-1,200

322 SHAPLAND & PETTER, BARNSTAPLE

ART NOUVEAU INLAID MAHOGANY WALL CABINET, CIRCA 1 00 with arrangement of open shelves surrounding a central panel door marquetry inlaid with stylised roses and foliage with single drawer below, lock stamped S&P 6 cm 55cm £600-800

323 SHAPLAND & PETTER, BARNSTAPLE

MARQUETRY INLAID MAHOGANY ED CIRCA 1 10 the head and foot boards inlaid with stylised tulips, the whole raised on square supports, includes bed irons and base 126cm i

123cm high 206cm  o g

£400-600

324 ENGLISH SCHOOL

ART NOUVEAU EMBROIDERED APPLI E PANEL CIRCA 1 20 worked as a girl in a rose bower, framed, 66cm 3 cm £150-250

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325 ART NOUVEAU

PLIQUE-À-JOUR ENAMEL PENDANT CIRCA 1 00 worked as a leaf design, set with cut and cabochon stones, stamped mark 800 cm o g £400-600

326 MURRLE BENNETT & CO.

ART NOUVEAU SILVER AND ENA EL PENDANT CIRCA 1 00 designed as a stylised plant forms with whiplash foliage and set it tur uoise enamels ne link chain, stamped maker’s marks MB&Co/950 a

6cm o g

327 MURRLE BENNETT & CO.

ART NOUVEAU SILVER AND ENAMEL PENDANT CIRCA 1 00 designed as a stylised tree of life, with oval drop pendant belo and it ne link chain with corresponding enamel spacers, stamped maker’s marks MB&Co/950 a

5 cm o g

£500-700

£400-600

328 ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) FOR MURRLE BENNETT & CO. ART NOUVEAU SILVER AND ENAMEL BROOCH, CIRCA 1 00 designed as stylised budding plant forms, the silver inset with coloured enamels, stamped marks MBCo/ SILVER 5cm across Literature: Martin, Stephen ‘Archibald Knox’, 2001, p. 267 for a comparable example. £800-1,200

329 MURRLE BENNETT & CO.

ART NOUVEAU SILVER, ENAMEL AND GEM SET PENDANT, CIRCA 1 00 the hammered pendant set with a circular cut amethyst and green enamels it ne linked c ain stamped maker’s mark MBCo/950 a

5cm high

£600-800

330 MURRLE BENNETT & CO.

ART NOUVEAU GOLD AND OPAL SET ROOCH CIRCA 1 00 of stylised entwined foliate form, set with a central opal cabochon and split pearls, stamped maker’s marks MB&Co/15ct 5cm o g £250-350


118 Lyon & Turnbull 332 JESSIE M. KING (1875-1949) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

ART NOUVEAU SILVER AND ENAMEL NEC LACE CIRCA 1 00 decorated it oral and oliate moti s t e ne link c ain it correspondin enamel spacers, stamped marks to the reverse L&Co/SILVER 6 5cm i

331 JESSIE MARION KING (1875-1949) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

cm o g

c

i g chai

Literature: Karlin, Elyse Zorn ‘Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts and Crafts Tradition’, Atglen, 1993, p. 140 where a similar example is illustrated. £1,200-1,800

SILVER AND ENAMEL BELT BUCKLE, DATED 1906 of oval outline, formed of two sections, each pierced it a desi n o yin s allo s and enamelled o ers allmarked irmin am 06 5cm across £1,500-2,500

333 SYNYER & BEDDOES, BIRMINGHAM

MATCHED PAIR OF ART NOUVEAU SILVER AND ENAMEL PHOTOGRAPH RA ES CIRCA 1 0 eac embossed it o erin olia e and set it ori inal white and green enamels, one with later oak back, replaced bevelled glass, stamped maker’s marks SB, hallmarked Birmingham 1905/1904 (2) 22cm 16cm £2,000-3,000

334 ENGLISH SCHOOL

MATCHED PAIR OF ART NOUVEAU SILVER AND ENAMEL PHOTOGRAPH RA ES CIRCA 1 0 eac embossed it scrollin and o erin olia e and set with later green and blue enamels, and later oak backs, made by Charles S. Green & Co Ltd with hallmarks for Chester 1904, and by Henry Matthews with hallmarks for Birmingham 1904 (2) 21cm 1 cm £3,000-5,000

335 THEODOR FAHRNER (1859-1919)

HITE ETAL RACELET EARL 20TH CENTURY with embossed decoration, each link set with elliptical and ovoid green cabochon stones, stamped maker’s marks 16 5cm o g £200-300

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ecorati e Arts 119 336 ENGLISH SCHOOL

SET OF FIVE ART NOUVEAU MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS EARL 20TH CENT R including one carver, each chair with splat marquetry inlaid with stylised plant form above upholstered panel seat and raised on cabriole legs (5) car

r 55cm i

105cm high

cm

£400-600

337 SHAPLAND & PETTER, BARNSTAPLE

ART NOUVEAU MAHOGANY MUSIC CABINET, CIRCA 1 00 the superstructure with inset embossed panel bearing the inscription AND SHE WILL SING THE SONG/THAT PLEASETH YOU, above a pull down door inset with a velvet panel, overlaid with pierced and embossed peacock and enclosin a tted interior raised abo e a further open shelf, side carrying handles 65cm i

122cm high 3 cm 

£1,500-2,000

338 SHAPLAND & PETTER, BARNSTAPLE

ART NOUVEAU MAHOGANY DRESSING TA LE CIRCA 1 00 the arched swing mirror with slatted supports set with turquoise Ruskin cabochons and arrangement of open shelves, the base with two drawers raised on square tapered legs linked by stretchers 10 cm i

16 cm high 51cm 

£400-600

339 ENGLISH SCHOOL

ART NOUVEAU MAHOGANY RA ED AR CHAIR CIRCA 1 10 with boxwood stringing, the upholstered panel back with pierced panel to the centre above corresponding upholstered arms and seat on square legs 66cm i 61cm 

115cm high

£1,000-1,500


120 Lyon & Turnbull 340 SHAPLAND & PETTER, BARNSTAPLE ARTS & CRAFTS OAK WALL CABINET, CIRCA 1 00 with an arrangement of stepped open shelves above a single door with polychrome stencil panel inscribed PRINCESS ISEULT and mounted with decorative embossed hinges 6cm i

6 cm high 1 cm 

£700-900

341 ENGLISH SCHOOL

PAIR OF ART NOUVEAU ANODISED COPPER ALL LIGHTS CIRCA 1 10 each with leaf-clasped turned columns with shaped back plates and twin scrolling branches (2) 2 cm across 30cm high £300-500

342 ENGLISH SCHOOL

ART NOUVEAU BRASS AND COPPER TRIN ET O CIRCA 1 00 embossed with whiplash foliate design, the lid with enamelled panel 1 cm i £150-250

343 ENGLISH SCHOOL

ART NOUVEAU MAHOGANY AND MARQUETRY TRIPT CH IRESCREEN CIRCA 1 00 inset with four panels, each inlaid with mother-of-pearl and specimen woods with roundels of Art Nouveau maidens allegorical of the seasons 3 5cm high o

3cm i

£800-1,200

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344 CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH (1868-1928)

(HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER) MEISTER DER INNEN KUNST: HAUS EINES NST RE NDES II 1 02 a portfolio of fourteen designs; twelve in colour, three with additional silver or gold printing, published by Alexander Koch, Darmstadt, with three title pages of text by Herman Muthesius, and including designs or: Plans o round and rst oors West and East Ele ations ort Elevation (supplied in facsimile), South Elevation, Perspective from South East, Perspective from North West, Perspective of the Music Room Elevation of Music Room Windows, etc., with original board cover and remains of ribbon ties, contained within new customised cloth box with facsimile of title page on front board (2) 5 6cm

0 cm

Note: A competition to design a house for a connoisseur of the arts was announced in the December 1900 issue of ‘Zeitschrift für

Innendekoration’, published by Alexander Koch. It seems reasonable to assume that Mackintosh would have heard about the competition on his visit to Vienna at the end of 1900, where it would almost certainly have been a topic of discussion amongst the architects and designers he met at the Secession, especially as J.M. Olbrich, who had become a good friend, was to be one of the judges. The closing date was 25th March 1901, and the adjudication was set for 16th and 17th May 1901, at armstadt ackintos s entry as dis uali ed initially because e did not submit the required number of interior perspectives; but, after preparing these, he was awarded a prize of 600 marks and the drawings were reproduced in one of three folios of competition drawings issued in 02 under t e title eister der nnenkunst o rst pri e as a arded the prize money being divided between more than sixteen competitors. The second prize was given to M.H. Baillie Scott; and the third was shared by Leopold Bauer and Oskar Marmorek of Vienna and Paul Zeroch of Coblenz. £3,000-5,000


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345 ERNEST ARCHIBALD TAYLOR (1874-1951) FOR WYLIE & LOCHHEAD, GLASGOW

RARE OA REA CHEST CIRCA 1 00 the galleried back inset with a stained and mirrored glass panel, enclosed by shaped uprights, also set with stained and leaded glass depictin correspondin o erin olia e in reen and blue t e slopin all enclosin a tted interior above two short over three drawers with silvered ring handles, the whole raised on stile supports with pierced brackets 2cm i

13 cm high 50cm 

Note: Initially apprenticed in the Glasgow shipbuilding industry, E.A. Taylor trained as an artist at the Glasgow School of Art, where he met Jessie M. King around 1898. He worked for Wylie & Lochhead from around this time where his furniture designs brought him great acclaim with exhibitions at the 1901 Glasgow International Ex ibition and it is anc e essie in a series of stained glass panels for the Turin International Exhibition of Modern Decorative Art in 1902. This rare cabinet by Taylor combines his skills as a furniture maker and stained glass designer and the period photograph of the bureau (illustrated left), from a private collection of Wylie & Lochhead archival material, is included with the sale of this lot. £8,000-12,000

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124 Lyon & Turnbull 346 ATTRIBUTED TO TALWIN MORRIS

RARE GLASGOW SCHOOL OAK AND COPPER O NTED ALL IRROR CIRCA 1 10 the rectangular moulded frame set with copper panels, repouss decorated it stylised plant orms and set with turquoise cabochons surrounding a central mirror with beaten copper surround 56cm 35cm Literature: Larner, Celia & Gerald ‘The Glasgow Style’, Edinburgh 1979, pl. 98 where contemporary photographs of similar examples by Morris are illustrated. £3,000-4,000

347 ATTRIBUTED TO TALWIN MORRIS

GLASGOW STYLE ART NOUVEAU COPPER JEWELLERY BOX, CIRCA 1 00 repouss decorated it stylised earts and plant orms on a beaten ground, the hinged lid enclosing a plush upholstered interior 20 5cm s

ar

5cm high

Literature: Euler Laura T e las o box is illustrated

tyle 200

p 2

25

ere a similar

£300-500

349 HANNAH WALTON (1863-1940) ENA ELLED GLASS G CIRCA 1 00 painted with a mermaid in a watery landscape, signed with initials HW 15 5cm high

348 HANNAH WALTON (1863-1940)

£300-500

PAIR OF ENAMELLED GLASS BEAKERS, CIRCA 1 00 eac painted it s and ater plants signed with initials HW (2) 11cm high £200-300

350 [§] MARION HENDERSON WILSON (1869-1956) GLASGO SCHOOL RASS ARDINI RE CIRCA 1 00 of square tapering form, with broad rim, the four sides it opposin oral repouss decoration depictin butter y and olia e and a o er and lea desi n raised on bracket feet, chased signature to body MARION H. WILSON 36cm across 32cm high £500-800

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351 GLASGOW SCHOOL

ARTS & CRAFTS BRASS FRAMED WALL IRROR CIRCA 1 10 o o al outline repouss decorated it stylised roses 51cm

cm

£300-500

352 MANNER OF GEORGE WALTON

MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED DRA ING ROO CHAIR CIRCA 1 00 it up olstered back it turned nials enclosing upholstered arms and seat, raised on square tapered legs 5 cm i

120cm high 55cm 

£300-500

354 GLASGOW SCHOOL

353 MANNER OF JESSIE M. KING

ARTS & CRAFTS EMBROIDERED PANEL, CIRCA 1 10 worked as a maiden in a garden, reserved on a linen ground, later framed

ARTS & CRAFTS WHITE METAL ROOCH CIRCA 1 20 openwork design of budding plants set with cabochon stone 3 5cm iam

r

£200-300

3 cm 30cm £400-600

355 MANNER OF GEORGE WALTON

ARTS & CRAFTS COPPER AND BRASS MANTEL CLOCK, CIRCA 1 10 the circular dial with single train movement within long rectan ular case repouss decorated it stylised leafy plants and raised on brass bracket feet with rivet detail 3 cm i £600-800

1 5cm high 11 5cm 


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356 GLASGOW SCHOOL

SET OF SIX ARTS & CRAFTS INLAID OAK DINING CHAIRS, CIRCA 1 10 including two carvers, each with slatted backs, the top rails inlaid it t ree eur de lys pe ter and ebonised roundels abo e upholstered panel seats on square legs linked by stretchers (6) car

r 61cm i

121cm high

6cm

£800-1,200

357 MANNER OF MARGARET GILMOUR

GLASGOW SCHOOL BRASS WALL CHARGER CIRCA 1 10 repouss decorated it Celtic knotwork 5 cm iam £200-300

r

358 GLASGOW SCHOOL

ARTS & CRAFTS BRASS FRAMED WALL MIRROR, CIRCA 1 00 o kidney s aped outline repouss decorated with owls perched on branches and enclosing a bevelled mirrored plate 6cm i

5cm a

£800-1,200

359 MANNER OF CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH

GLASGOW STYLE OAK OCCASIONAL TABLE, 20TH CENT R the rectangular top, chamfered to the underside to meet four square section legs, joined by an apron stretcher with pierced and applied petal motifs 10 cm o g 55cm high 53cm  Literature: illcli e o er C arles ennie ackintos : T e Complete Furniture ra in s & nterior esi ns 2009, p.85 and 87, ref 1900.20

o att

Note: This occasional table demonstrates design similarities to t e dinin table ic ackintos created or is o n at at 120 Mains Street, Glasgow in 1900. £300-500

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ecorati e Arts 127 360 JESSIE MARION KING (SCOTTISH, 1875-1949)

THE FAIRY GLADE pen, ink and gouache, signed lower right JESSIE M. KING 33cm

cm

£2,000-3,000

361 JESSIE MARION KING (1875-1949)

EARTHEN ARE CHILD S G CIRCA 1 20 painted it a oral and oliate rie e it a duck and inscription MARGARET, artist’s marks to base JMK with gate and rabbit motifs

362 JESSIE MARION KING (1875-1941)

EARTHEN ARE R IT O L CIRCA 1 2 painted it s s immin amidst ater lilies on an ochre ground, painted artist’s initials JMK and Green Gate

5cm high £400-600

20 5cm iam

r

£300-500

363 [§] ERNEST ARCHIBALD TAYLOR (1874-1951)

CHAPEL FARM, KIRKCUDBRIGHT charcoal and pastel, signed lower right E.A. TAYLOR, and inscribed by the artist verso 31cm 3 cm £400-600

364 MANNER OF GEORGE WALTON

OA ARTS CRA TS CHAIR CIRCA 1 00 the curved slatted back above upholstered seat raised on square legs linked by stretchers and terminating in pad feet 5cm i £200-300

126cm high

2cm

365 WYLIE & LOCHHEAD LTD. MANUFACTURERS OF ARTISTIC FURNITURE

RARE RNIT RE CATALOG E CIRCA 1 O AND 1910 each illustrated with photographs of furniture stock from the period including examples by Shapland & Petter, George Logan, E. A. Taylor etc. 2 5cm £250-350

cm a

2 cm 3 cm


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366 LOETZ, AUSTRIA

367 LOETZ, AUSTRIA

1

26cm high

IRIDESCENT GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 00 of shouldered tapering form, covered in waved bands of peacock blue and green iridescence on a green glass body

IRIDESCENT GLASS BOTTLE VASE, CIRCA 1 00 the compressed body with tall neck, covered in waved bands of pale gold iridescence on a rose glass body

cm high

£800-1,200

£800-1,200

368 LOETZ, AUSTRIA

RARE PAIR OF IRIDESCENT GLASS CANDLESTIC S CIRCA 1 00 blue iridescent Papillon decoration (2) 3 5cm high £800-1,200

369 LOETZ, AUSTRIA

TA LE LA P CIRCA 1 00 the iridescent glass shade of mushroom form in gold and pink iridescence with pulled feathered decoration raised on associated brass base with scrolling bracket supports and pointed pad feet 5cm high sha 13cm high

370 LOETZ, AUSTRIA

£1,000-1,500

IRIDESCENT GLASS OTTLE VASE CIRCA 1 00 it ared neck and rilled rim co ered in spotted pale gold and green iridescence on a clear glass body 2 cm high £500-700

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130 Lyon & Turnbull 371 BERTHOLD LOFFLER (1874-1950) FOR WIENER KUNSTKERAMISCHE WERKSTÄTTE

IG RAL CERA IC CENTREPIECE CIRCA 1 07 modelled as t o putti oldin arlands o o ers and bearin bunc es o ruit supportin t e undulatin dis in ite la e embellis ed it ilt bears maker s marks and numbered 20 26cm across Note: ee C ristie s Arts une

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ork mportant 20t Century ecorati e 7 Lot 6 or a similar example

£1,000-1,500

372 LOETZ, AUSTRIA

IRIDESCENT ‘DUNKELBLAU’ LAVA GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 00 o s ouldered tapered orm it textured sur ace 10cm high £400-600

373 LOETZ, AUSTRIA

’CANDIA’ SILVER OVERLAID AND IRIDESCENT GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 00 o t isted tapered orm it rilled rim t e clear lass body it Papillon old iridescence o erlaid it a desi n o cyclamen in sil er 25cm high

374 LOETZ, AUSTRIA

£1,000-1,500

MEDICI PATTERN THREE-HANDLED GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 00 it bron e P anomen enre decoration 13cm high £600-800

375 MANNER OF DAGOBERT PECHE

RON E DES SET CIRCA 1 20 comprisin an ink stand cm across a L TTE 6cm across a LETTE AC cm across and a PAPE FE 25 5cm lon £400-600

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ecorati e Arts 131 376 THONET

SECESSIONIST ART NOUVEAU ENT OOD TA LE CIRCA 1 0 the rectangular top with pierced frieze on circular section legs linked by stretchers 5 cm i

0cm high 35cm 

£250-350

377 AUSTRIAN SCHOOL

ART NOUVEAU TERRACOTTA FIGURE, CIRCA 1 00 depicting a girl in a gold dress, carrying a basket, impressed maker’s monogram and marks REPRODUCTION RESERVE/MADE IN AUSTRIA 5cm high £300-500

378 THONET

ENT OOD COAT AND HAT RAC CIRCA 1 0 t e slatted s el abo e e coat pe s cm ide 26cm i 2 cm deep and a F C EL E TW L A E TA LE C CA 00 t e slatted top on circular section legs linked by stretchers, bears paper maker s label 72cm ide 7cm i 2cm deep 2 £300-500

379 GERMAN SCHOOL

SECESSIONIST OAK CASED MANTEL CLOC CIRCA 1 00 with circular embossed dial and steel bell 3 cm high £200-300

380 THONET

NEST OF FOUR BENTWOOD OCCASIONAL TA LES CIRCA 1 0 each with rectangular top turned legs linked by stretchers (4) arg s 55cm i 3 cm  £300-500

0cm high


132 Lyon & Turnbull 381 JOHANNA MEIER-MICHEL FOR WIENER KUNSTKERAMISCHE WERKSTÄTTE

’SUMMER’ CERAMIC LAMP BASE, CIRCA 1 10 painted in colours t e ure raised on an o al plint tted or electricity impressed maker’s marks 1145A/41/8 g r 36cm high £400-600

382 EDUARD STELLMACHER AND ELVIR OTTO FOR RIESSNER, STELLMACHER & KESSEL ’AMPHORA’ CARICATURE PORCELAIN FIGURE, CIRCA 1 00 depicting an aesthete, an orchid in his lapel, holding forth, incised marks to plinth base ED. STELLMACHER with monogram, printed and impressed maker’s marks AMPHORA/ AUSTRIA/4390 3cm high £300-500

383 HAGENAUER, VIENNA

CHROMIUM PLATED IRROR CIRCA 1 20 modelled as a stylised kneelin ure oldin circular mirror, stamped mark, HAGENAUER WIEN and MADE IN AUSTRIA 5 5cm high £300-500

384 AUSTRIAN SCHOOL

SECESSIONIST STYLE COPPER AND RASS CAS ET CIRCA 1 00 set with polychrome enamels and with embossed decoration and riveted strapwork 1 5cm 11 5cm  11cm £300-400

385 HAGENAUER, WIEN

RASS TRIN ET O CIRCA 1 0 the dome hinged lid with curved sides on cabriole legs, stamped marks to base HAGENAUER/WIEN 11 5cm across £150-250

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


ecorati e Arts 133 386 ATTRIBUTED TO MOSER

T O DRIN ING GLASSES 20TH CENT R one glass with green thumb cut bowl, cm i t e ot er lass it cut lass bo l and acetted stem 7cm i also a CASED AND CLEAR GLASS GOBLET IN THE MANNER OF OTTO PRUTSCHER, the panelled form bowl raised on a cased lass stem and at oot 2 5cm i and a DRINKING GLASS IN THE MANNER OF JOSEF HOFFMANN, amber glass, 5cm i £250-350

387 KOLOMAN MOSER (1868-1918) FOR E. BAKALOWITS AND SÖHNE

PE TER O NTED LI E R GLASS CIRCA 1 02 the slightly splayed glass bowl, with a pewter stem and foot with our pierced reser es 5 5cm i Literature: for a similar version with an ogee glass bowl see The Studio, Vol. XXIV, pg. 248, second glass from left. £200-300

388 ATTRIBUTED TO PETER BEHRENS FOR KRISTALLGLASFABRIK BENEDIKT VON POSCHINGER CLEAR AND GREEN CHA PAGNE GLASS CIRCA 1 00 t e clear lass bo l raised on a reen lass stem and oot 20cm i also a PAIR OF LIQUEUR GLASSES, in the manner of Peter Behrens, each with an orange cased glass shallow bowl, on an entasis form stem and sli tly conical oot 5cm i and anot er PA FL E LA E possibly T eresient al cm i 5 £200-300

389 ATTRIBUTED TO DAGOBERT PECHE FOR LOETZ

CASED GLASS COVERED O L CIRCA 1 00 it enamelled o er spri decoration 2cm diameter a ATTRIBUTED TO DAGOBERT PECHE CASED GLASS BOWL, enamelled it o er spri s 5cm diameter a C AEL POWOLNY STYLE GLASS BOWL, with chromium plated co er cm ide and a C AEL P W L A T A cm across £300-500

390 JOHANN VINCENZ CISSARZ (1873-1942)

THREE COLO RED AND CLEAR DRIN ING GLASSES CIRCA 1 00 eac it an oli e reen stem comprisin one it a ared rounded bo l cm i one it an o oid bo l cm i and one it an elon ated ared bo l 5cm also T EE LA E T E A E F KOLOMON MOSER, comprising a glass with a tulip form lime green bowl, cm i am example it a bucket orm bo l and reen lass stem cm i and a lass it a ared bo l and reen stem 2 cm i 6 £250-400


134 Lyon & Turnbull 391 AUSTRIAN SCHOOL

RASS O NTED ALL LIGHT CIRCA 1 10 with oval beaded wall plate with scrolling arm suspending an opaque glass shade decorated it o er spri s 33cm a 1 5cm  iam

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£250-350

392 JUTTA SIKA (1877-1964) FOR WIENER WERKSTÄTTE

SILVER PLATE AND GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 0 tapering cylindrical form with twin lugs, made by E. Bakalowits & Sohne, Vienna, stamped maker’s marks 2739 10cm high £150-200

393 ATTRIBUTED TO DAGOBERT PECHE FOR WIENER WERKSTÄTTE

PAINTED GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 00 the clear glass body with applied foot, painted with an allover leaf design, painted maker’s marks WW 1 5cm high £300-500

395 AUSTRIAN SCHOOL 394 MICHAEL POWOLNY (1871-1954) FOR LOETZ

GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 0 of tapering shouldered form, in orange glass with black striping

RR OOD OR O CIRCA 1 20 of canted form, the hinged lid marquetry inlaid it a basket o o ers 26cm across £150-250

20cm high £200-300

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


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396 MANNER OF MOSER

SET OF TWELVE REVERSIBLE GLASS CHA PAGNE L TES EARL 20TH CENTURY each with a lobed bowl, knopped stem and uted bo l in arious colours of coated glass (12) 23cm high £400-600

397 MANNER OF JOSEF HOFFMANN

T O GLASS VASES 20TH CENT R one in smoked glass with facetted decoration cm i t e ot er in amber glass with ribbed decoration and applied oot cm i 2 £150-250

398 ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEF HOFFMANN FOR LOBMEYR

SET O SI DRIN ING GLASSES 20TH CENT R eac it an e erted rim plain stem and at oot 6 1 5cm high £300-500

399 ATTRIBUTED TO WIENER WERKSTÄTTE AMETHYST GLASS VASE, CIRCA 1 17 painted in white and gilt it oral spri s it in zig-zag bands 15cm high £300-500


136 Lyon & Turnbull

400 SECESSIONIST STYLE

LARGE CONTINENTAL OAK SIDE CA INET CIRCA 1 00 the stepped top with leaf-carved frieze above tow tall central doors with brass astragals and bevelled la in it dra er belo anked by two further cupboards and marble topped pedestal cabinets, with corresponding carving, the whole raised on ring-turned legs 160cm i

230cm high 61cm 

£1,000-1,500

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


Pictures: Part III 401 [§] JOHN SKEAPING R.A. (BRITISH 1901‑1980)

BULLFIGHTER AND BULL signed, pencil, charcoal and watercolour 15cm 3 cm  6i    15i £400-600

402 [§] JOHN BELLANY C.B.E., R.A., H.R.S.A. (SCOTTISH 1942‑2013) SEA MAIDEN black wash

15cm 21cm  6i     25i £200-300

403 [§] HENRY MOORE (BRITISH 1898‑1986)

STANDING FIGURES colour lithograph taken from THE PENROSE ANNUAL, bearing a printed poem by Kathleen Hale verso 1 cm 21cm  5 5i     25i a oh r 2 £600-800

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138 Lyon & Turnbull 404 [§] SALVADOR DALI (SPANISH 1904-1989)

THE GREAT MASTURBATOR signed and numbered 180/300 in pencil to margin, blind stamped bottom left margin, lithograph 5 cm

0cm 21 25i    2 5i

£500-700

405 [§] SALVADOR DALI (SPANISH 1904-1989)

LENIN TIGER signed and numbered 162/300 in pencil to margin, lithograph 53cm 5 cm  21i    23i i c i g margi £400-600

406 [§] SALVADOR DALI (SPANISH 1904‑1989)

BUTTERFLY AND ROSE signed and numbered 69/300 in pencil, lithograph cm 5 cm  2 i    21 25i £400-600

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


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Pictures: Part

407 [§] PATRIZIO BELCAMPO (ITALIAN/SCOTTISH B.1979) NOT FUSSY signed and inscribed with title and dated MMVIII in pencil, numbered 5/5, screenprint 60cm 

2cm 23 5i    16 5i

£200-300

408 [§] MUNICH OLYMPIC GAMES

FIVE PRINTS FROM THE ART POSTER SERIES 1 72 Valerio Adami, signed and numbered 125/200 in pencil; Oskar Kokoschka, signed and numbered 15/200 in pencil; Jan Lenica, signed and numbered 79/200 in pencil; Paul Wunderlich, signed and numbered 171/200 in pencil; Fritz Winter, signed and numbered 190/200 in pencil, colour lithographs and screenprints (5) 106cm 0 5cm 1 5i    2 5i si s ar £600-800

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409 [§] WILLIAM SENIOR (SCOTTISH B. 1927) READING THE TAROT CARDS oil on board 11 5cm  53 5cm  i    21i £300-500

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140 Lyon & Turnbull 410 [§] BARBARA BALMER R.S.A., R.S.W., R.G.I. (BRITISH B.1929)

CHAPEL, RADICONDOLI signed and dated 1983, oil on board 5 5cm 56cm  1 i    22i £400-600

411 [§] HAMISH REID (SCOTTISH 1929‑2005)

AFTER MANET’S OLYMPIA inscribed ‘James Reid’ verso, oil on canvas 5 5cm

0 5cm 23 5i    35 5i

£400-600

412 [§] PETER LA VASSEUR (BRITISH B.1938)

THREE TATTOOED SAILORS 1 6 signed and dated, pencil and watercolour 3 5cm

3cm 1 25i    1 i

£300-500

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


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413 [§] MARK I’ANSON (SCOTTISH B.1968)

PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN inscribed with message from the artist verso, mixed media on paper 15cm 30cm  6i    12i £300-500

414 [§] AUGUSTUS JOHN O.M., R.A. (WELSH 1878‑1961)

GIRL UNDER A TREE signed in pencil to margin, etching 1 cm

5cm 5 5i    3i

£200-300

415 [§] JOHN BELLANY C.B.E., R.A., H.R.S.A. (SCOTTISH 1942‑2013)

WOMAN OF THE NORTH SEA portfolio of six etchings by Bellany, accompanied by poems written by George Bruce, published 2001, 3/50, signed by Bellany and Bruce ach ag 6 cm 55cm  26 5i    21 5i £700-900

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142 Lyon & Turnbull

416 [§] RICHARD BEER (BRITISH B.1928)

’SAN MARCO’ AND ‘VICENZA’ ’San Marco’ signed, titled and numbered 11/100 in pencil to margin, etching and a uatint 76cm x 56cm 0in x 22in icen a signed, titled and numbered 18/100 in pencil to mar in etc in and a uatint 56 5cm x 7 cm 22 25in x in and a urt er a uatint by irley oman aelstrom 66cm x 5 5cm 26in x 2 5in £300-500

417 [§] ADAM BRUCE THOMSON O.B.E., R.S.A., R.S.W. (SCOTTISH 1885‑1976) PLOCKTON BAY signed, ink and wash 3 cm  £400-600

cm 13 5i    1 i

418 [§] ROSIE SHEPLEY (SCOTTISH CONTEMPORARY) FEATHER FORMATION III screenprint

52cm 26cm  20 5i    10 25i £80-120

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


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419 [§] ADAM BRUCE THOMSON O.B.E., R.S.A., R.S.W. (SCOTTISH 1885‑1976)

CATTLE, TWEEDSYDE signed and dated ‘75, watercolour 30cm 3 cm  12i    15i £400-600

420 [§] ADAM BRUCE THOMSON O.B.E., R.S.A., R.S.W. (SCOTTISH 1885‑1976)

STUBBLE FIELDS, TWEEDSIDE signed, inscribed with title artist’s label verso, watercolour and ink cm 62cm  1 25i    2 5i Exhibited: T e oyal cottis Academy ex ibition 1973, no.352 £500-700

422 [§] ADAM BRUCE THOMPSON O.B.E., R.S.A., R.S.W. (SCOTTISH 1885‑1976) 421 [§] STEPHANIE DEES (SCOTTISH B.1974)

DEAN VILLAGE signed, pencil and watercolour 3 cm

1 5cm 1 5i    16 25i

£200-300

STORNOWAY HARBOUR signed, pencil and watercolour 3 cm 53cm  1 5i    20 5i

Exhibited: ‘Watercolour Paintings by Contemporary cottis Artists 55 Arts Council cottis Committee £500-700

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423 SIR ROBERT LORIMER (1864-1929) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON

ARTS CRA TS LI ED OA CENTRE TA LE CIRCA 1 2 the rectangular moulded top with later inset brass metre rule, above a deep apron with single drawer, raised on spirally uted turned le s on plat orm stretc ers linked by a stretc er and with moulded pad feet, stamped mark ‘6963’ 152cm o g

cm high

6cm i

Provenance: Liberty & Co. London Note: This table formed part of the collection of Arts and Crafts furniture made in the early 1920s for Liberty & Co.’s ma ni cent Tudor buildin in reat arlborou treet The building was designed by Edwin Thomas Hall and his son, Edwin Stanley Hall, at the height of the 1920s fashion for the Tudor revival, and constructed from the timbers of two 19th century men-of-war battleships. A collection of furniture was made for the rooms and galleries to display the textiles, clothes and luxury goods for which the shop was so amous T e nis es ere eit er dark umed natural or as in t is example limed re ectin t e c aracteristic o t e wood panelling in the various showrooms. Lorimer designed these tables in the 16th century manner, with substantial oak planked tops, either octagonal or rectangular, raised on spirally uted le s it plat orm stretc ers £3,000-5,000

424 SIR ROBERT LORIMER (1864-1929)

ARTS & CRAFTS FUMED OAK CENTRE TABLE, CIRCA 1 20 the octagonal sectional top with pegged construction, abo e c am ered rie e on spirally tuned uted and reeded supports with moulded collars, linked by curved and chamfered stretchers on moulded bracket supports cm iam £3,000-5,000

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146 Lyon & Turnbull 425 GORDON MACWHIRTER WEBSTER (1908-1987)

PAIR OF STAINED, PAINTED AND LEADED GLASS PANELS, DATED 1 1 one signed and dated GORDON WEBSTER/1951 (2) ach a

6 cm high

cm i

£2,500-3,500

426 GEORGE BAIN (1881-1968) FOR QUAYLE & TRANTER LTD., KIDDERMINSTER

CELTIC ‘HUNTING’ WOOL RUG, CIRCA 1 8 t e mac ine o en i ory eld it central red octagonal Celtic knotwork medallion surrounded by huntsmen with dogs, deer, boar and horses within red and polychrome strapwork border 1 3cm 120cm

427 WALLER HUBERT PATON (1863-1940)

£400-600

BRONZE ROUNDEL, DATED 1910 depicting a boy riding a hippocampus, signed and dated in the bronze HUBERT PATON/1910 0 3cm iam

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£300-500

429 SIR ROBERT LORIMER (1864-1929) INTEREST 428 SCOTTISH SCHOOL

’NOAH, A MASQUE’, EMBROIDERED TRIPTYCH PANEL, DATED 1910 worked by M.A. Muir, with three panels depictin animals and ures in a landscape and bearing inscriptions DEFIANCE/DOWNFALL/REVIVAL and to the base NOAH, A MASQUE/SE NON E VERO E BEN TROVATO/M A MUIR (Marion Muir) HER WORK 1910, framed and glazed 1 5cm £500-800

3cm

GUSTAVBERG GLAZED AND PAINTED CERAMIC O L DATED 1 27 decorated by Wilhelm Kåge (1889-1960) in gilt on a blue ground with panels of scrollwork, painted maker’s marks and inscription SIR ROBERT LORIMER ARA/GUSTAVBERG 1927/and GUSTAVBERG/KÅGE/1927 Note: This interesting bowl appears to be a special presentation i en to t e C TT Arts & Cra ts architect and designer Sir Robert Lorimer by the Gustavberg factory in 1927, the same year he completed his monumental work for the War Graves Commission. £300-500

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ecorati e Arts 147 430 SCOTTISH SCHOOL

CELTIC REVIVAL BRASS WALL CLOCK, CIRCA 1 00 t e exa onal dial repouss decorated with Celtic knot band, the pendulum bob set with turquoise Ruskin cabochon, brass weights ia 36cm across £300-400

431 SCOTTISH SCHOOL

ARTS & CRAFTS CELTIC REVIVAL BRASS FRAMED MIRROR, CIRCA 1 20 the rectangular frame embossed with entwined Celtic motifs and enclosing a bevelled plate 2cm 6 cm £200-300

432 SCOTTISH CELTIC REVIVAL

COPPER RA ED ALL IRROR CIRCA 1 20 t e rectan ular rame repouss decorated it a Celtic knotwork band 51cm

1 5cm

£200-300

433 [§] DOUGLAS STRACHAN (1875-1950)

DESIGN FOR THE MACLACHLAN MEMORIAL INDO 1 watercolour and bodycolour, inscribed MACLACHLAN MEMORIAL KINGS COLLEGE LIBRARY 51cm 1 5cm Literature: MacDonald, Juliette ‘Aspects of identity in the work of Douglas Strachan (1875-1950)’, PhD thesis 2003, St Andrews 2003, p.259 Note: Strachan designed the memorial window for Kings College Library, Aberdeen in 1934. The window depicts Hector Boece and Alexander Galloway in the top panel; John Barbour and Robert the Bruce in the centre panel; and Edward Raban in the lower panel and was made in memory of Ewen Maclachlan. £200-300


148 Lyon & Turnbull 434 ALEXANDER RITCHIE (1856-1941)

435 ALEXANDER RITCHIE (1856-1941)

CROSS PENDANT CIRCA 1 0 of plain diminutive for with simple bale and trace link chain, stamped maker’s marks AER/IONA

IONA CELTIC REVIVAL SILVER & ENAMEL PENDANT AND ROOCH CIRCA 1 20 each cast with a Viking longship in full sale on an enamelled ground, the brooch, with green enamel, stamped to revered AR/ A 5cm lon t e pendant with blue enamel, stamped to re erse A A cm lon 2

3 6cm o g £250-350

£250-350

436 ALEXANDER RITCHIE (1856-1941)

SILVER ‘MARRIAGE BROOCH’, CIRCA 1 8 of conventional form with integral swing pin, stamped maker’s marks ICA/AR/IONA, hallmarked Birmingham 1938 cm iam

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£150-250

437 ALEXANDER RITCHIE (1856-1941)

IONA CELTIC REVIVAL SILVER AND ENA EL PENDANT CIRCA 1 depicting a dove with outstretched wings, with stamped maker’s marks I.C.A./A.R./IONA/19.7.34 and hallmarked Birmingham 1933 5cm across

438 ALEXANDER RITCHIE (1856-1941)

ENAMELLED ANNULAR BROOCH, CIRCA 1 7 the deep blue enamel with Gaelic motto (transl. ‘May all your days be happy’), within and integral swing pin, stamped maker’s marks ICA, hallmarked Birmingham 1937 5cm iam

£350-450

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£400-600

439 ALEXANDER RITCHIE (1856-1941)

TWO IONA CELTIC REVIVAL SILVER ROOCHES CIRCA 1 20 one of Penannular form, cast with Celtic knotwork, stamped marks AR/IONA/ A rubbed allmarks 5cm diameter the other cast as a targe with Celtic knot decoration, stamped marks AR/IONA, 5cm across 2 £150-250

440 ALEXANDER RITCHIE (1856-1941)

CELTIC REVIVAL ROOCH CIRCA 1 of penannular form with scrolling design, stamped maker’s marks AR/ICA/IONA, hallmarked Birmingham 1934 3 2cm across £150-250

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ecorati e Arts 149 441 ATTRIBUTED TO ALEXANDER RITCHIE, IONA SCOTTISH CELTIC REVIVAL COPPER IRE INSERT CIRCA 1 10 t e central bo ed ood repouss decorated it a je elled Celtic cross and anked by c eek panels eac repouss decorated it t e unnery cross 110cm i

5cm high 1 cm 

Literature: MacArthur, E. Mairi ‘Iona Celtic Art’, Iona 2003, p.58, where a line drawing of the Nunnery cross is illustrated. £400-600

442 [§] WILLIAM MILES JOHNSTON (1893–1974)

GREY SQUIRREL watercolour and bodycolour, signed lower left W. MILES JOHNSTON, framed and glazed 2 cm 3 cm £200-300

443 GLASGOW SCHOOL

PART CO EE SERVICE EARL 20TH CENT R decorated by Lily (Phoebe) M. Blatherwick on Limoges blanks and comprising a COFFEE POT & COVER; CREAMER & COVER; SUGAR BOWL; and FOUR CUPS & SAUCERS, each with painted artist’s marks L.M.P. with swastika symbol (11) co

o 1 cm high

£300-500

444 SCOTTISH POTTERY

GRO P O ARES CIRCA 1 20 comprising a BOUGH JUG, decorated by ic ard Amour 6cm i a A E T 5cm i a EP T & COVER, decorated by Cissie Amour, dated 2 cm across a PLATE, decorated by Richard Amour, 2 cm diameter a C TT P TTE A P T&C E 0cm i and a C TT P TTE dated 2 cm i eac it painted maker s marks (6) £200-300


150 Lyon & Turnbull 445 CATHERINE BLAIR (1872-1946) FOR MAK’ MERRY POTTERY, EAST LOTHIAN RARE PAIR O OTTLE VASES ITH STOPPERS DATED 1 2 decorated with bands of foliage and boteh motifs, signed with monogram to the stopper and base CB and with maker’s mark and date to the base MAK’ MERRY/1923 (2) 32cm high Note: Catherine Blair was the driving force behind the WRI in Scotland and ounded t e C TT Women s ural nstitute at Lon niddry in 7 thus enabling lonely and isolated country women to socialise, sharing and passing on their skills. She also believed that making pottery was a way for women to have independence. It meant they had a way of expressing themselves artistically, as well as making money in a rural economy e ad pre iously been an acti e u ra ist campai nin for ‘Votes for Women’ so had a history of promoting female independence and equality. £600-800

446 WEMYSS WARE

SMALL ‘SHAMROCKS’ PIG FIGURE, POST 1930 painted and printed maker’s marks WEMYSS/MADE IN ENGLAND 16cm o g £150-250

447 WEMYSS WARE

SMALL BLACK & WHITE PIG, POST 1930 painted maker’s mark WEMYSS 16cm o g £200-300

448 WEMYSS WARE

GROUP OF SIX BEAKER VASES, EARL 20TH CENT R decorated with BLUE PLUMS; PELARGONIUMS; APPLES; BLUE IRISES; DAMSONS; and YELLOW IRISES, each with painted and impressed maker’s marks (6) 11cm high £400-600

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449 WEMYSS WARE

GROUP OF FOUR BEAKER VASES, EARLY 20TH CENT R decorated with WHITE BROOM; THISTLES; BLACK COCKEREL & HENS; and THISTLES, painted and printed maker’s marks (40 11cm high £200-300

450 WEMYSS WARE

’VIOLETS’ MATCHBOX COVER, CIRCA 1 00 printed retailer’s mark cm o g £300-500

451 WEMYSS WARE

’BROWN COCKEREL’ LOW POMADE, EARL 20TH CENT R impressed marks WEMYSS, printed retailer’s mark cm iam

452 WEMYSS WARE

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£300-500

’CABBAGE ROSES’ BUTTON, CIRCA 1 00 impressed maker’s mark WEMYSS 3 3cm iam

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453 WEMYSS WARE

£300-500

SMALL ‘DOG ROSES’ EGG CUP, EARLY 20TH CENT R impressed maker’s marks twice WEMYSS, trace painted mark WEMYSS 5 5cm high

454 WEMYSS WARE

£300-500

’SHAMROCKS’ MATCHBOX HOLDER CIRCA 1 00 bears printed retailer’s mark cm o g £250-350

455 WEMYSS WARE

’CABBAGE ROSES’ MATCHBOX HOLDER CIRCA 1 00 unmarked, hairlines 5cm o g £200-300

456 WEMYSS WARE

’CHERRIES’ LOW POMADE, CIRCA 1 00 decorated by David Grinton, painted and impressed marks, small chip to inside rim, cm diameter also a C E E MILK JUG, decorated by Edwin andland 6 5cm i 2 £250-350

457 WEMYSS WARE

’GREENGAGES’ AND ‘CHERRIES’, TWO MEDIUM SIDE PLATES, CIRCA 1 00 one bears printed retailer’s mark, the other impressed maker’s mark WEMYSS WARE (2) ach 1 cm iam £200-300

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458 WEMYSS WARE

’DOG ROSES’ NAPKIN RING, CIRCA 1 00 apparently unmarked cm iam £200-300

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152 Lyon & Turnbull 459 WEMYSS WARE

’BUTTERCUPS’ CHOCOLATE POT & COVER CIRCA 1 00 impressed maker’s marks WEMYSS, printed retailer’s marks 13cm high £200-300

460 WEMYSS WARE

GEESE S ALL T G CIRCA 1 00 impressed maker’s marks WEMYSS WARE/R.H.&S. 11cm iam

r

£200-300

461 WEMYSS WARE

’THISTLES’ BISCUIT BARREL & COVER CIRCA 1 00 inscribed to the cover BISCUITS, impressed mark WEMYSS, printed retailer’s mark 12cm iam

r

£400-600

462 WEMYSS WARE

SMALL ‘BUTTERCUPS’ LOVING CUP, CIRCA 1 00 impressed mark WEMYSS, bears printed retailer’s mark, hairline

463 WEMYSS WARE

10cm high

’SWEET PEAS’ DOG BOWL, EARLY 20TH CENT R impressed mark WEMYSS, printed retailer’s mark

£200-300

16 5cm iam

r

£200-300

464 WEMYSS WARE

GROUP OF FOUR BEAKER VASES, EARL 20TH CENT R decorated with CABBAGE ROSES; JAZZY ‘CABBAGE ROSES’; DOG ROSES; and CABBAGE ROSES, painted and impressed maker’s marks (4) £200-300

465 WEMYSS WARE

GRO P O ARES EARL 20TH CENTURY comprising a ‘CABBAGE ROSES’ COMBE JARDINIÈRE, 20cm diameter a A CA A E E A E 25cm i and a C E E cm i painted and impressed marks (3) £200-300

466 WEMYSS WARE

’BLACK COCKEREL & HENS’ SOAP DISH, LINER & COVER, CIRCA 1 00 impressed mark WEMYSS WA E & cm diameter a WEMYSS ‘BLACK COCKEREL & HENS BEAKER, impressed mark WE 5cm i and a SMALL ‘THISTLES’ WEMYSS BEAKER, painted mark WEMYSS, 5cm i

467 WEMYSS WARE

CABBAGE ROSES HAT PIN, CIRCA 1 00 the decoration reserved on a black ground, impressed mark WEMYSS (pin lacking) cm iam

r

£150-250

£300-400

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468 RENÉ LALIQUE (1860-1945)

’CEYLAN’ OPALESCENT AND FROSTED GLASS VASE NO 0 DESIGNED 1 2 moulded with a frieze of opposed budgerigars, wheel-etched mark R. LALIQUE/FRANCE, scripted etched mark NO. 905 2 cm high £3,000-5,000

469 RENÉ LALIQUE (1860-1945)

’RONCES’ CASED BUTTERSCOTCH ELLO VASE NO 6 DESIGNED 1 21 moulded with entwined brambles and bearing original sepia staining, moulded maker’s mark R. LALIQUE 23 cm high £4,000-6,000

470 RENÉ LALIQUE (1860-1945)

’DAUPHINS’ OPALESCENT GLASS BOWL, DESIGNED 1 2 moulded it s s immin t rou ripples stencil etched mark R. LALIQUE/FRANCE 23 5cm iam

r

£500-700

471 RENÉ LALIQUE (1860-1945)

’RAMPILLON’ CLEAR AND FROSTED GLASS VASE NO 1 DESIGNED 1 27 wheel etched maker’s marks R. LALIQUE/ FRANCE 13cm high £400-600

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472 RENÉ LALIQUE (1860-1945)

’DOMRÉMY’ GREEN GLASS VASE, NO. 7 DESIGNED 1 26 moulded with an allover design of thistles, original white staining, script etched maker’s marks R. LALIQUE/ FRANCE/NO. 979 21 cm high £2,500-3,500

473 RENÉ LALIQUE (1860-1945)

’RONCES’ CLEAR AND FROSTED GLASS VASE, NO 6 DESIGNED 1 21 moulded with entwined brambles and bearing original blue staining, moulded and script etched maker’s mark R. LALIQUE 23 cm high £1,000-1,500

474 RENÉ LALIQUE (1860-1945)

’MALESHERBES’ RUBY GLASS VASE, NO 101 DESIGNED 1 moulded with an allover design of overlapping leaves, script etched mark R. LALIQUE/FRANCE/NO. 1014 23cm high £2,000-3,000

475 RENÉ LALIQUE (1860-1945)

’FORMOSE’ FROSTED AND OPALESCENT GLASS VASE NO DESIGNED 1 2 script etched maker’s marks R. LALIQUE/ FRANCE/NO. 934 1 2cm high £800-1,200


156 Lyon & Turnbull 476 FRENCH SCHOOL

ART DECO WROUGHT IRON AND GLASS CEILING LIGHT CIRCA 1 0 the tapered column with openwork foliate decoration supporting four frosted glass shades moulded with pine cone motifs 0cm high

6cm iam

r

£300-500

477

DAUM, NANCY HEEL CARVED S O ED GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 27 with applied foot, decorated with hunting scenes, wheeletched maker’s mark DAUM/ NANCY 1 cm high £200-300

478 RENÉ LALIQUE (1860-1945)

’LES INSEPARABLES’ CLEAR AND FROSTED GLASS STRUT CLOCK, NO. 76 DESIGNED 1 26 moulded maker’s marks R. LALIQUE 11cm s

ar

£1,000-1,500

479 RENÉ LALIQUE (1860-1945)

’TOKIO’ OPALESCENT AMBER BOX AND COVER, DESIGNED 1 21 the cover moulded with a chrysanthemum o er ead moulded marks LAL E 1 cm iam £800-1,200

r

480 SABINO, PARIS

PAIR OF OPALESCENT GLASS OO ENDS CIRCA 1 20 moulded as opposed turkeys, etched marks ‘Sabino, France’, cm lon and a PA FC T GLASS FIGURES, depicting exotic birds 6 5cm i 2 £200-300

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ecorati e Arts 157 481 PIERRE LAUREL (PSEUDONYM FOR PIERRE LE FAGUAYS) (1892-1962)

’VIEL DANCE’, BRONZE LAMP, CIRCA 1 2 it alabaster s ade t e ure raised on a stepped onyx plinth, signed on the plinth P. LAUREL g r

0cm high o a h igh

cm

Literature: Catley, Bryan ‘Art Deco and Other Figures’, Woodbridge 2003, p. 200 illustrated. £1,500-2,000

482 HANS KECK (1875-1941)

PATINATED BRONZE & IVORY FIGURE, CIRCA 1 2 cast as a nobleman, with carved and painted ivory, signed in the bronze H. KECK FEC., and raised on a black slate circular plinth 25cm high £800-1,200

483 HANS KECK (1875-1941)

PATINATED BRONZE & IVORY FIGURE, CIRCA 1 2 cast as a page boy, carrying a jewelled casket, signed in the bronze H. KECK FEC., and raised on a black slate exa onal plint 26cm i £800-1,200

484 FRENCH SCHOOL

PAIR O PATINATED RON E OO ENDS CIRCA 1 0 each cast as the head of a satyr, raised on oak plinths 13 5cm o g 15cm high £300-500

485 FREDERICK MARRIOTT (1861-1941)

THREE E OTINTS CIRCA 1 2 E 26cm x cm CA CA E 20cm x 25cm and another by the same hand, 20cm x 2 cm eac inscribed and signed in pencil F. MARRIOTT, later framed and glazed (3) £150-250


158 Lyon & Turnbull 486 AFTER JAN & JOEL MARTEL

’ACCORDEONISTE’ patinated terracotta model of an accordion player, modelled seated on a stepped base, unsigned, chips to base rim 3 cm high Note: Jan and Joel Martel (1896- 1966) were French sculptors and twins who shared the same workshop and co-signed their jointly created works. They worked in the Art Deco and Cubist style, creating public monuments and fountains across France, as well as smaller ornamental sculptures. They were among the founding members of the Union of Modern Artists in 1929 and exhibited at numerous exhibitions in Paris. £800-1,200

487 LOUIS MARIE LATOUR FOR GOLDSCHEIDER, VIENNA

LARGE EARTHEN ARE IG RE GRO P CIRCA 1 2 modelled as Diana the Huntress, with attendant hound, t e ure oldin a bron ed metal bo t e ole raised on a plinth, impressed maker’s mark under base and to plinth 2cm high £1,200-1,800

488 CLAIRE WEISS FOR GOLDSCHEIDER

PORCELAIN IG RE CIRCA 1 20 depicting a girl in a fur-lined coat and oral dress on black o al base impressed signature mark to reverse CLAIRE WEIS (SIC), maker’s marks to base GOLDSCHEIDER/ WEIN/6507/52 33cm high £500-800

489 [§] LOUIS ALBERT CARVIN (1875-1951)

BONNE GARDE bron e ure roup si ned in t e bronze L. CARVIN and inscribed BONNE GARDE, raised on a rouge marble plinth 22cm i

25cm high

£400-600

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ecorati e Arts 159 490 JOSEF LORENZL (1892-1950) FOR GOLDSCHEIDER

’THE CAPTURED BIRD’ CERAMIC IG RE DATED 1 22 painted monograms AS/SG and dated 22, impressed maker’s marks GOLDSCHEIDER/WIEN/5230/2540/15 5 5cm high £2,000-3,000

491 SANDRO VACCHETTI (1889-1976) FOR ESSEVI CERA IC ST CIRCA 1 0 depicting the head and shoulders of a girl, gilt and coloured glazes, painted maker’s marks under base ESSEVI/MADE IN ITALY/TORINO 21 5cm high £300-500

492 RONZAN POTTERY, TURIN

CERA IC IG RAL DISH 1 0S moulded as a female nude holding aloft a dish, painted maker’s marks RONZAN/MADE IN ITALY/1332 53 5cm high £150-250

493 WMF (WÜRTTEMBERGISCHE METALLWARENFABRIK) ’MYRA KRISTALL’ IRIDESCENT GLASS FRUIT SERVICE, CIRCA 1 0 comprising a footed tazza and six plates, each covered with a peacock iridescence (7) a a 2 5cm iam £200-300

r

494 [§] MAX BRÜNING (1887-1968)

ART DECO COLO RED ETCHING CIRCA 1 0 depictin a irl in er ni t ear d s abill si ned in pencil lower right MAX BRÜNING, framed and glazed 16cm 3 cm £300-400


160 Lyon & Turnbull

495 FRENCH SCHOOL

ART DECO CHROME AND GLASS CEILING LIGHT CIRCA 1 0 with tubular supports and cylindrical shade with four graduating clear and frosted glass ns 2cm iam

496 FRENCH SCHOOL

ART DECO CHROME AND GLASS CEILING LIGHT CIRCA 1 0 with tubular supports and cylindrical shade with three graduating clear and frosted glass ns

r 115cm a

£600-800

65cm iam

r 10 cm a

£400-600

497 SERGE CHERMAYEFF (1900-1996) FOR P.E.L.

SET OF FOUR MODERNIST CHROME AR CHAIRS CIRCA 1 each with black vinyl upholstery and chromium plated cantilevered supports (4) 5 cm i £300-500

cm high 3 cm 

498 ART DECO A

O NA AND IVORINE INLAID DRESSING TA LE 1 20S it ull len t mirror plate anked by rosted lass ns and raised abo e t in pedestal cupboards eac inlaid it a oral desi n 1

cm i

1 1cm high

1cm

£600-800

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ecorati e Arts 161 499 ART DECO

SUITE OF FROSTED GLASS AND CHROMIUM O NTED LIGHT ITTINGS CIRCA 1 0 comprising TWO CEILING LIGHTS, 5cm diameter 7 5cm i and T EE WALL L T en suite 5cm ide 7 5cm i eac s ade moulded it stylised oliate desi n 5 £300-500

500 ADIE BROTHERS LTD., BIRMINGHAM

GROUP OF THREE ART DECO SILVER MOUNTED GLASS DECANTERS, 1930s comprising a PAIR OF CLEAR GLASS DECANTERS & STOPPERS, each of tapering square section with stepped shoulders, hallmarked Birmingham 1938, 27cm i and LE CLEA LA ECA TE o nned taperin orm allmarked irmin am 6 22cm i £250-350

501 H. & L. EPSTEIN, LONDON

ART DECO FIGURED WALNUT DINING SUITE, CIRCA 1 0 comprising a DINING TABLE, the rounded rectan ular top it t in supports cm lon 77cm i 2cm deep and ATC CHAIRS, each with ‘cloud’ shaped backs upholstered in Connolly leather and raised on tapering legs, 5 cm ide 0cm i 5cm deep 7 £1,500-2,000

Job No: 2828753751

Proof Event: 1

Black Line Level: 0

Park Communications Ltd Alpine Way London E6 6LA


162 Lyon & Turnbull 502 MANNER OF BETTY JOEL

ART DECO OA DRESSING TA LE CIRCA 1 0 the circular mirror above shaped top and open shell with pedestal of four drawers to one side and a lamp to the other 111cm i

1 0cm high 5 cm 

£400-600

503 BERTHA LUM (1869-1954)

’THE PIPER’ coloured woodcut, 1916, signed, dated and numbered in pencil, unframed 2 cm 35cm £200-300

504 GOUDA POTTERY, HOLLAND

505 LESLIE HARRADINE (1887– 1965) FOR ROYAL DOULTON ’THE WINDMILLS LADY’ PORCELAIN IG RE HN1 00 DATED 1931 painted, printed and impressed maker’s marks ROYAL LT T EW LL LADY”/RD. NO. 753478/HN1400 and dated 4.9.31

CERA IC RELLA STAND CIRCA 1 20 of cylindrical form, boldly painted with o erin olia e painted maker s marks GOUDA/HOLLAND/120/5, with painted artist’s monogram and date mark for 1919/20 61 5cm high 26cm  iam

r

£300-400

21cm high £800-1,200

506 ATTRIBUTED TO ROWLEY GALLERY, LONDON T O

AR

a ram cm i c g ra a

ETR PANELS CIRCA 1

0

am ic i g a r i a 5 cm i g ram a ram am ic i g a sca sc 61cm  5 5cm  2

£300-500

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ecorati e Arts 163 507 ART DECO

PAIR OF GLASS AND CHROME WALL LIGHTS CIRCA 1 0 each of semi-circular section with curbed blue glass shades and clear etched glass n decoration 2 0cm o g £700-1,000

508 ADIE BROTHERS, BIRMINGHAM

ART DECO SILVER-MOUNTED GLASS DECANTER CIRCA 1 8 with asymmetrical patterned ovoid body and stopper, with stepped and reeded silver collar, stamped maker’s marks, hallmarked Birmingham 1938 26 5cm high £200-300

509 ART DECO

SILVER PLATE TEA SERVICE CIRCA 1 0 comprisin a TEAP T cm i a A WL 2cm i and a L cm i eac it ribbed decoration and exotic hardwood handles, stamped maker’s marks AM (3) £300-500

510 ADIE BROTHERS, BIRMINGHAM

ART DECO SILVER R IT CO PORT CIRCA 1 0 retailed by Finnegan’s Ltd., raised on a stepped circular base with tapered reeded conical bowl and ivory banded silver stem, gross weight 481g. 2 5cm iam

r

£300-500

511 LESLIE HARRADINE (1887– 1965) FOR ROYAL DOULTON

512 MOORCROFT POTTERY

’SWEET & TWENTY’ PORCELAIN IG RE HN 12 8 DATED 1 2 painted maker’s marks SWEET AND TWENTY/POTTED BY DOULTON & CO/HN1298/HA and printed and impressed factory marks 3.9.29

’LEAF & BERRY’ SERVING PLATTER CIRCA 1 0 impressed maker’s mark, initialled WM, bears paper label 0 5cm across and a MOORCROFT ‘ANEMONES’ VASE, impressed maker’s mark, initialled W 5cm i 2

1 cm i

£150-250

£150-250

1 cm high

513 MOORCROFT POTTERY

’ANEMONE’ PATTERN FLAMBÉ LA P CIRCA 1 0 o mallet orm tted it a pierced brass collar, on a modern wood stand, converted to electricity, with shade 3 5cm high i g £200-300

o i c

i g mo

r


164 Lyon & Turnbull 514 HEAL & SON, LONDON

SET OF SIX OAK DINING CHAIRS, CIRCA 1 20 each with chamfered latticed backs above drop-in seats and raised on square chamfered legs linked by stretchers, including two carvers (6) car

r

cm i

3cm high 3 cm 

£1,200-1,800

515 CHARLES ROBINSON (1870-1937)

OO ILL STRATION CIRCA 1 1 watercolour, signed bottom right CHARLES ROBINSON, unframed 55cm 3 cm £200-300

516 ERIC RAVILIOUS (1903-1942) FOR WEDGWOOD

’PERSEPHONE’ PART DINNER SERVICE transfer printed decoration, comprising six dinner plates; six fruit plates; six side plates; six soup plates; two vegetable dished and covers; two graduated serving dishes; and a sauce boat and stand, printed and impressed maker’s marks (30) g a

ish a

co

r 21 5cm iam

r

£250-350

517 ROYAL DOULTON

GROUP OF THREE STONEWARE VASES, CIRCA 1 20 comprising a PAIR OF TAPERING VASES, each with tube lined band of fruit and lo ers 2 cm i a LE A E it similar decoration 2 5cm i and a WOOD & SONS ‘TRELLIS’ PATTERN VASE, all with maker’s marks (4) Provenance: Collection of Roger and Heather Daltrey

518 WHYTOCK & REID, EDINBURGH OAK, BURR WOOD AND MACASSAR E ON TOILET IRROR CIRCA 1 0 the arched bevelled mirror plate in a burr wood and macassar ebony frame, pivot mounted in an outer conforming frame on a trestle base united by a dished undertier 63cm i

62cm high

£300-500

£150-250

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Pictures: Part IV 519 [§] DAVID MCLEOD MARTIN R.S.W. (SCOTTISH B.1922) LANDSCAPE NEAR ORLEANS signed, oil on board cm  53cm  1 25i    21i £400-600

520 [§] WILLIAM CROSBIE R.S.A. (SCOTTISH 1915‑1999) APPLE & PEAR STILL LIFE signed verso, oil on board 10 5cm  16cm  i    6 25i £400-600

521 [§] DAVY BROWN (SCOTTISH CONTEMPORARY) TREE FORM, SOLWAY – 1978 signed and dated, oil on canvas 5 5cm  £500-700

0cm 21 5i    31 5i


166 Lyon & Turnbull 522 [§] DAVID TINDLE R.A. (BRITISH B.1932)

TRIO signed, titled and dated 1962 verso, oil on canvas 0 5cm

2cm 16i    36 25i

Exhibited: Piccadilly Gallery, May 1962 £500-700

523 BARRY E. J. SMITH (CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN/ BRITISH) PARISIAN SHOP FRONTS signed, ink and watercolour 15 5cm

1 5cm 6 25i    16 25i

£250-350

524 [§] CRAIG MULHOLLAND (SCOTTISH B.1969) MUTE – 1993 oil on paper

5cm 56 5cm  1

5i  22 25i

Exhibited: Duncan Miller Fine Arts, 1994 £300-500

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ecorati e Arts 525 [§] HELEN FLOCKHART (SCOTTISH B.1963) THE WHITE HORSE oil on canvasboard

1 cm 1 cm  5 5i     5i £200-300

526 [§] DAVID EVANS R.S.A., R.S.W., A.R.C.A. (SCOTTISH B.1942) MANCINI signed, acrylic

3 cm 51cm  15i    20i £300-500

527 CONTEMPORARY SPANISH SCHOOL

NINO JERO signed ‘M. Steel’, titled and dated ‘09, inscribed and dated ‘Aug 2009’ verso, oil on board 2 cm 3 5cm  10 5i    13 5i £200-400

Pictures: Part

 167


168 Lyon & Turnbull 528 [§] GLEN SCOULLER (SCOTTISH B.1950) NARROW STREETS signed, watercolour 51cm 

1cm 20i    2 i

£300-500

529 [§] SHEILA MACMILLAN (SCOTTISH CONTEMPORARY) HAYFIELD, EAST LOTHIAN signed, oil on canvas

30cm 30cm  11 5i    11 5i £250-350

530 [§] GLEN SCOULLER R.S.W., R.G.I. (SCOTTISH CONTEMPORARY) WINDING STREET, ASSISI signed, pencil and watercolour 10cm  21cm  i     25i a o h r a sca orr 2

a

o

Exhibited: o er illcli e allery ecember 1995 – ‘An Italian Sketchbook’ £300-500

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ecorati e Arts 531 [§] PENELOPE BEATON A.R.S.A., R.S.W. (SCOTTISH 1886‑1963) STILL LIFE FLOWERS signed, watercolour 6 cm  £300-500

532 IRENE HALLIDAY (SCOTTISH B.1931)

BROTHOCK WALLS, ARBROATH signed, gouache 0cm

cm 2 5i    31i

£300-500

533 [§] BARBARA BALMER R.S.A., R.S.W., R.G.I. (BRITISH B.1929)

STILL-LIFE ON THE FLOOR signed, signed and inscribed verso, pencil and watercolour 53cm £400-600

cm 20 5i    2 i

cm 26 5i    1 i

Pictures: Part

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534 [§] ROBERT INNES (SCOTTISH CONTEMPORARY)

535 [§] ANDREW SQUIRE (SCOTTISH B.1954)

THE EAST NEUK signed and dated 2004 and inscribed with title verso, oil on canvas

LIGHTHOUSE signed, acrylic on paper

35cm 23cm  13 5i     i

0cm 30cm  15 5i    12i

£300-500

£300-500

536 [§] PETER THOMSON (SCOTTISH B.1962)

TATTOO, 1996 signed and inscribed with title frame verso, oil on board 1cm £300-500

cm 16i    1 i

537 [§] GEORGIE YOUNG (SCOTTISH CONTEMPORARY) L E NOTE 2 2007 signed, acrylic on board

2 5cm 2 cm  11 25i    11i £200-300

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ecorati e Arts 538 [§] ROBERT INNES (SCOTTISH CONTEMPORARY) DUMBARTON ROCK signed with initials, signed and inscribed with title and dated 2003 verso, oil on canvasboard 2cm 

cm 16 5i    1 i

£300-500

539 [§] NORMAN EDGAR (SCOTTISH B.1948)

FIRTH OF CLYDE FROM ASHTON, THE TAIL O’ THE BANK signed, oil on canvas 6 cm

cm 26 5i    3

£800-1,200

540 [§] ROBERT INNES (SCOTTISH CONTEMPORARY) THE ADAM PORTAIL signed with initials, signed and inscribed with title and dated ‘July 1997-2002’ verso, oil on board 51cm  61cm  20i    2 i £300-500

5i

Pictures: Part

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172 Lyon & Turnbull 541 ACHILLE CASTIGLIONI (1918-2002) FOR FLOS ARCO LOOR LA P DESIGNED 1 62 marble and chromed metal 1

cm high 20 cm  i

£250-350

542 LE CORBUSIER (1887-1965) FOR CASSINA

PAIR O LC2 AR CHAIRS DESIGNED 1 28 brown leather cushions on a chromed tubular frame, bears maker’s marks CASSINA with facsimile signature (2) cm i

60cm high 52cm 

£500-700

543 LE CORBUSIER (1887-1965) FOR CASSINA

LC2 SO A DESIGNED 1 28 brown leather cushions on a chromed tubular frame, bears maker’s marks CASSINA with facsimile signature 16 cm i

60cm high 52cm 

£500-700

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544 HARRY BERTOIA (1915-1978)

GROUP OF THREE ‘DIAMOND’ CHAIRS, DESIGNED 1 8 chrome plated lattice construction, with vinyl upholstered covers (3) 6cm i

cm high 6 cm 

£200-400

545 OSCAR NIEMEYER (1907-2012) FOR MAISON RINCK

HARD OOD OO STAND DATED 200 the support of simple curved form on a rectangular section column and base, bears applied maker’s label DESIGN OSCAR NIEMEYER/ EDITION RINCK/NO.11/100 2009 cm i

3cm high

6cm

Note: This book stand was designed to hold a book, ‘OSCAR NIEMEYER’, published by Assouline in a limited edition of 100. £2,000-3,000

546 VENINI, MURANO

ITALIAN GLASS VASE CIRCA 1 0 o ared cylindrical orm it green, aventurine and blue spiral inclusions 2 cm high

547 LE CORBUSIER (1887-1965) FOR CASSINA

PAIR O LC2 AR CHAIRS DESIGNED 1 28 brown leather cushions on a chromed tubular frame, bears maker’s marks CASSINA with facsimile signature (2) cm i £500-700

60cm high 52cm 

£200-300


174 Lyon & Turnbull

548 CHARLOTTE PERRIAND (1903-1999)

SET OF FOUR ‘LES ARC’ LEATHER AND CHROME CHAIRS, DESIGNED 1973 chromed steel with tan leather slung seats (4) cm i

549 MAISON JANSEN, PARIS

2cm high 3 cm 

Note: These chairs were originally designed for the Amenagment de la Station les Arcs 1800, a ski resort in the Alps opened in 1974.

GILDED CUT BRASS TABLE LAMP, CIRCA 1 70 modelled as a palm tree and raised on a square base

£400-600

6cm high 61cm  £1,000-1,500

550 LE CORBUSIER (1887-1965)

T O LC2 SO AS ODERN two seat and three seat, chromium plated tubular frame and red leather upholstery (2) 1 2cm i 1cm high

6 cm high 0cm 

0cm

a

1

cm i

£400-600

551 MURANO, ITALY

PAIR O GLASS IG RES ID 20TH CENTURY each depicting an aristocratic couple wearing 18th century costume in blue, white and clear glass with aventurine inclusions (2) 22 5cm high £120-150

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ecorati e Arts 175 552 LINO SABATTINI (B. 1925) FOR CHRISTOFLE

’COMO’ SILVER-PLATE COFFEE AND TEA SERVICE, DESIGNED 1 6 com risi g a 22cm high a 30 5cm  o g a 12cm high a 11cm  i a a cm across ach i h im r ss ma r s mar s 5 £3,000-4,000

553 MODERNIST SCHOOL

A STRACT OR ID 20TH CENTURY hardwood sculpture, unsigned 2 cm high £200-300

554 [§] PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)

PICADOR CERA IC PLATE CONCEIVED 1 2 partially glazed, impressed marks stamped and marked ‘EDITION PICASSO/MADOURA PLEIN FEU, painted resist marks EDITION PICASSO, minor restoration to rim 20cm iam

r

Note: This plate was conceived in 1952 and executed in an edition of 500 £600-800

555 THEODOROS PAPAGIANNIS (BORN 1942)

BRONZE FIGURE inscribed under base T. PAPAGIANNIS /14/50 and moulded in the bronze T. PAPAGIANNIS

556 THONET

BENTWOOD ROOM DIVIDER, MID 20TH CENT R of rounded rectangular outline enclosing arrangement of open shelves

1 cm high

1cm i

£300-500

£600-800

22 cm high 2 cm 


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557 ENGLISH SCHOOL

ABSTACT WALL SCULPTURE, 1970S mixed metals 123cm i

102cm a

£800-1,200

558 JAMES LAIRD

A STRACT OA SC LPT RE 20TH CENTURY raised on a patinated metal plinth, unsigned 30cm high 5 cm  o g £200-300

558A GLASGOW SCHOOL

COPPER AND ENAMEL FRAMED PANEL CIRCA 1 0 depicting a mother and child and enclosed in original oak frame a

25 5cm

1 cm

£250-350

559 ERNEST RACE (1913-1964)

DA SO A 1 0S with later buttoned upholstery and turned wood legs 152cm i 5 cm 

3cm high

£600-800

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560 SIR BASIL SPENCE (1907-1976) FOR H. MORRIS & CO., GLASGOW

ALLEGRO DINING S ITE DESIGNED 1 7 1 8 laminated ood comprisin a TA LE 65cm lon 7 cm i 7cm deep and a E A 5 cm ide 5cm i 57cm deep each bears maker’s label MORRIS MADE/GUARANTEED TRADE MARK/ GLASGOW (2) Literature: Studio Yearbook of Decorative Art, 1949, p. VIII (advertised) Austerity to A uence: T Art & esi n 5 62 T e Fine Art Society, London, 1997, p. 14 and p. 22, cat. no. F27 (an example of chair illustrated) Long, Philip and Thomas, Jane (Edit.) ‘Basil Spence’, Architect National Galleries of Scotland in Association with RCAHMS, Edinburgh 2008, p. 52 and p 5 55 illus Note: ir asil pence as one o t e leadin T arc itects o t e 20t century ose monumental or brutalist style came to de ne modern architecture in Britain. Noted commissions include designs for several exhibitions including the Sea and Ships Pavilion for the Festival of Britain (1951), Sussex University (1962), Glasgow Airport (1966), and Coventry Cathedral (1954-1962), for which he received a knighthood. In 1947 Neil Morris of manufacturers Morris of Glasgow asked Spence to collaborate on a range of plywood furniture he was working on, which was to include his Bambi chair and celebrated Cloud table. The result was the Allegro dining suite, which was awarded a diploma by the Council of Industrial Design in January 1949. In March of the same year it was exhibited at the Glasgow Today and Tomorrow, where it was

commended, and an example of the armchair was commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art, New York for their collection. In September 1949 it was displayed at the Morris stand, also designed by Spence, at t e C TT ndustries Ex ibition n 5 anot er sin le armc air was commissioned for the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London (V&A CIRC.183-1951). The development of plywood furniture in the 20th century is focussed on wartime innovation. The American designers Ray and Charles Eames designed prize-winning furniture for the Organic Design in Home Furnishings competition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1941. Their work displayed the new technique of wood moulding, originally developed by Alvar Aalto in Finland, that the Eames would go on to develop in many moulded plywood products, including splints and stretchers for the US Navy during World War II. From this work many of their iconic furniture designs were developed. The manufacture of the Allegro suite also found its origins in wartime innovation. The Southampton-based manufacturer of helicopters, Cierva Autogiro, had developed techniques of laminating and shaping wood to make strong and light helicopter blades – these blades were supplied by Morris of Glasgow by 1946, and the same technology was applied to this remarkable suite of furniture soon afterwards. Over one hundred layers of wood were bonded together under high frequency electrical pressure with phenoformaldehyde, a synthetic resin. The wood is then shaped and carved to produce the chairs, table and sideboard. Whilst it is now ackno led ed as a landmark in immediate Post War T urniture design, the immense expense of this manufacturing process meant that it went into extremely limited production, and as a result examples are extremely rare. In 1950 a single chair was advertised at £31 18s 3d, at a time en t e a era e T annual income as just 0 £3,000-5,000


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561 LINLEY

SET OF THREE SATIN BIRCH DINING CHAIRS each with tall tapering backs above solid seats on plank supports with exposed dovetails (3) 1cm i

10 cm high 3 cm 

£800-1,200

562 CHESTER JONES

COROMANDEL AND INLAID BREAKFAST TA LE LATE 20TH CENT R the circular top with chequer inlaid edge above moulded ebonised frieze on hinged gateleg supports linked by stretchers 123cm iam

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cm high

£3,000-5,000

563 HAGENAUER

RON E ST ID 20TH CENTURY cast as an African girl with hoop earrings, stamped maker’s marks 1 5cm high £150-250

564 AFTER ANDREAS SCHULZE

POSTER – ‘ODY LIEBENSWERTE KERAMIK’, 1970S printed in colours, with inscription lower right ENTWURF U. GESTALTUNG/ANDREAS SCHULZE cm 5 cm £150-250

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565 JOHANNES ANDERSEN (1903-1991) FOR CHRISTIAN LINNEBERG’S MOBLEFABRIK SET OF SIX ROSEWOOD DINING CHAIRS, CIRCA 1 61 each with pierced backs above leather upholstered seats and raised on turned legs (6) cm i

5cm high

3cm

£800-1,200

566 ATTRIBUTED TO JENS QUISTGAARD

NEST OF THREE TEAK TABLES, 1970S each with rectangular top and turned tapered legs, largest with cut-out handles (3) arg s

0cm i

52cm high 3 cm 

£250-350

567 SCANDINAVIAN SCHOOL

TEAK DINING TABLE, 1960S the rectangular top with rounded angles raised on turned legs with patinated metal bracket supports 1 0cm o g £800-1,200

3cm high

0cm i


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568 PETER LØVIG NIELSEN FOR HEDENSTED MØBELFABRIK

TEAK ‘BOOMERANG’ DESK, DESIGNED 1 6 the shaped top with three drawers below opposed by a pull down cupboard for drinks, the whole raised on square tapered legs with brass mounted bracket supports cm ide 7 cm i 7cm deep £800-1,200

569 SCANDINAVIAN SCHOOL

TEAK AND ROSEWOOD VINYL RECORD CA INET CIRCA 1 60 ITH TA O R DOORS the rectangular top enclosing fourteen compartments for records, the whole raised on square tapering legs 120cm o g 56cm high 3 cm  £200-300

570 NORGAARDS MOBELFABRIK

TEAK DINING ROOM SUITE, 1960S comprising an extending dining table, the rectangular top raised on turned le s 0cm lon closed 2 0cm lon open 7 cm i 0cm deep and ATC C A each with black leather upholstered drop-in seats, 50cm ide 76cm i cm deep 7 £500-700

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571 PETER HVIDT (1916-1986) FOR FRANCE & SON

TEA CO EE TA LE 16 CIRCA 1 60 the rectangular top suspending a lower tier with rattan panel, raised on turned tapered legs, bears maker’s label 150cm o g

0cm high 5 cm 

£200-300

572 [§] SIMON GUDGEON (B.1958) CROUCHING WOODCOCK bronze, initialled and number 8/12 23cm high £2,000-3,000

573 [§] BERNARD LEACH (1887-1979)

ST IVES POTTERY STONEWARE SLAB VASE, MID 20TH CENT R tenmoku glaze with opposed combed tree design, impressed BL and Leach Pottery seals under foot 20cm high £1,000-1,500

574 [§] GUY TAPLIN (B.1939)

CURLEW Painted and carved wood, raised on a plint incised marks under ure GUY TAPLIN/CURLEW/23 0cm high £1,500-2,500

575 SCANDINAVIAN SCHOOL

OA CO EE TA LE ID 20TH CENT R the semi-elliptical top raised on rectangular tapered legs linked by stretchers 115cm o g 3 cm high 55cm  £200-300


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576 [§] JIMMY BOYLE (B. 1944)

HEAD OF A MAN bron ed bre lass raised on a stained wood plinth, stamped signature to plinth J. BOYLE with indistinct date 3 cm high £200-300

577 HENNING KOPPEL (1918-1981) FOR GEORG JENSEN A ORPHIC STERLING AND ENA ELLED ROOCH NO 1 CIRCA 1 6 stamped maker’s marks GEORG JENSEN/HK/314/STERLING DENMARK cm across £200-300

578 ASTRID FOG (1911-1993) FOR GEORG JENSEN

’DISC’ STERLING SILVER BRACELET, DESIGNED 1969 made with linked and overlapping semi-circular discs, stamped maker’s marks GEORG JENSEN/STERLING/169 1 cm o g Literature: Anscombe, Isabelle ‘Georg Jensen Jewelry’, Yale University Press, 2005, p. 293. £500-700

579 [§] BENNO SCHOTZ (1891-1984)

SIMONE Bronzed plaster, signed BENNO SCHOTZ, raised on a wooden plinth 2 cm high o a h igh 2 cm bearing hand written label to the bottom ‘Christie’s Studio Sale 24 September 1997 – Simone – Sculptor’s Niece’ £300-500

580 [§] IVO DE SANTIS

LARGE SLA VASE CIRCA 1 70 o attened o oid orm co ered with red and blue glazed, painted artist’s marks 3 cm high £150-200

581 [§] LORRAINE FERNIE

PAIR OF STUDIO POTTERY CANDLESTANDS each modelled as a girl in a striped dress, impressed maker’s marks FERNIE (2) 23cm high £100-200

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ecorati e Arts 183 582 [§] RAY FINCH (1914-2012)

TWO STONEWARE VASES one of tapering shouldered form with impressed chevron decoration covered in a celadon glaze, impressed Winchcombe seal mark 5cm i t e ot er o elon ated s ouldered orm painted it s impressed Winc combe seal mark 6 5cm i 2 £150-250

583 [§] SUZANNE BERGNE

PORCELAIN VASE of tapering form, decorated with overlapping turquoise and lava glazes, applied seal mark 2 cm high Exhibited: Edinburgh ‘Light, Colour, Form’, The C TT allery no 26 £150-250

584 [§] DAVID LLOYD-JONES (1928-1994)

STONEWARE VASE ovoid form with cylindrical neck and broad rim, covered in a tenmoku patterned glaze, impressed seal mark 3 cm high £200-300

585 [§] DAVID FRITH (B. 1943)

TWO SQUARE STONEWARE BOWLS one it c e uered panel o oral and cross atc ed decoration 2 5cm x 27cm t e ot er it ax resist decoration 2 cm s uare 2 £150-250


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586 [§] JESSIE MATTHEW

’STREAMS OF ECHOS’, APPLIQUÉ HANGING, DATED 200 mixed fabric and sequins, embroidered inscription verso STREAMS OF ECHOES/J.A. MATTHEW/2003 13 cm 1 5cm £800-1,200

587 ENGLISH SCHOOL

YEWWOOD GLOBE SCULPTURE, CIRCA 1 70 of spherical form, raised on a cruciform base with cut-out handles 0cm iam

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cm high

£400-600

588 SCOTTISH SCHOOL

FREEFORM BURR WOOD OCCASIONAL TA LE CIRCA 1 0 the sawn top raised on tree trunk spreading support 11 cm 113cm across

cm high

£250-400

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g Telephone Bids: a ros c i r ma s arra g m s i h s rior o h comm c m o h sa i s r aso a or s o co ac h m o a h m o ar ici a i i i g ho o o acc ia i i or ai r o o so or or rrors a omissio s i co c io s h Online Bidding: i s r aso a or o carr o o i i sa o o acc ia i i i m ai r i a i i o acc ss h i r so ar ma c io s r a o c io o o i s i i i g

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7. DROIT de SUITE his s m o i ica s or s hich ma s c o h roi i or r is s sa igh hich oo c i h i i g om o 1 h r ar 2006 ar r ir o co c a ro a a m or a a i i g or s o ar r gis a io hich cam i o c o 1s a ar 2012 his a i s o i i g ar is s a ar is s ho ha i i h as 0 ars his ro a i charg o h ro h hamm r ric a i a i io o h r s r mi m i o a o or s h r h hamm r ric is ss ha 1 000 ros h charg or or s o ar so a a a o 1 000 ros a o 50 000 ros is or i ms s i g a o 50 000 ros charg s ar ca c a o a s i i g sca ro a charg s ar ai o h sig a r is s o righ oci a o ha i g cos s or a i io a s ar r ai h a c io r sa ro a i s ar o s c o as o ha h ro a a m is ca c a o h ra o cha g a h ro a ra a o h a o h sa or i orma io o roi i is a ai a a acs org 8. PAYMENT

THE P RCHASE PRICE or ach o rchas a r s r mi m o 25 is a a o h rs 100 000 o h hamm r ric 20 h r a r a h a ro ria ra is charg o h r s r mi m o is a a o h hamm r ric or r mi m or ri oo s or ram ma s o gh a a c io r a

6. VALUE ADDED TAX

3. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER

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a is charg a h a ro ria ra a a h a o sa a is a a a os

1 L : a a o h hamm r ric is im os a o a i ms a ih a agg r his im osi io o ma ca s h r is r gis r or i hi h ro a io a is o o ra i g r a argi ch m 2 L : r c ra o a a o h hamm r ric o 5 is a a his i ica s ha a o has im or rom o ih h ro a io his r c ra is a ica o i i ms

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2 o sha a o r o ris a s a a a a o s ha o ha rchas a ai or o a r ha or i g a s o o i g h a o h a c io or o h c ara c o a ch s or a m hich r is a r ca ro i o i h a is o


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is h r s r s o si i i o asc r ai co c io roc r s ar ic ar i h sa is o i gh a o r mai sa room a h o ia s orag charg s or o s o co c h a ro ria im 5 or o goo s rs i i g o or goo s sho asc r ai a h h r a or ic c is r ir a h h r h r is a s ci c rohi i io o im or i g goo s o ha charac r g i ms ha ma co ai rohi i ma ria s s ch as i or or rhi o hor is h r s so r s o si i i o o ai a r a or or im or ic c h ia o a ic c or a a i o ai i g ic c s sha ih r s i h r c ssio o a sa o a a i ma i g a m or h o 10. REMEDIES FOR NON¡PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES 1 a o is o ai or i a a a a i accor a c i h h s o i io s or i h r is a o h r r ach o h s o i io s as ag or h rs a o h ir ha sha a o r a so iscr io a i ho r ic o a o h r righ s ma ha i o rcis o or mor o h o o i g righ s a r m i s a o roc co rac

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11. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION 1

hi s s o scri o s acc ra i ma im rac ica or s o carr o ha s i i ig c o ach o ros c i rs ar gi am o or ii s o i a i s c or a sa a h a a i r s o h ir ha m s sa is h ms s as o h acc rac o a scri io a i o a o ros c i rs a so i o h rs a i g ha i ia r r s a io s or sa m s s as o a horshi g i ss origi a ag ro a c co i io or s ima s i g ric i o ma rs o o i io ra ha a s ch o i io sha ho s a r aso a h a o acc ia i i or o i io s gi g ig or ra c o h or goi g i h r h a c io r or o r m o s or ag s acc ia i i or h corr c ss o s ch o i io s a o arra i s h h r r a i g o scri io co i io or a i o os r ss im i or s a or ar gi as o ha ho ogra hs imag s ro i ma o r r s a i o h co i io o h o a sho o r i o as i ica i o h o ra co i io o h o 2 Condition reports: o i io r or s ar ro i o o r si or o r s h a s c o a r or o s o im ha a o is i ho im r c io s arg m rs o s ch r s s ar r c i shor or ach sa a ar m s cia is s a a mi is ra io i a or o r s o oa r s s a ho gh o r o g ara sa m i r a io o h o is m r a r ssio o o i io o h r or o r a sho o r i o as a i c m o i o h o o s ar a ai a or i s c io rior o h sa a o ar s ro g a is o ami a o i hich o ar i r s rior o h sa r co i io r or s ar o r ar ro ssio a co s r a ors r s or rs or gi rs r co i io r or o s o orm a co rac o r a h r h o i io or s

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3 Estimates: s ima s ar ac o ach o o h rs ga g h s ms i o or h rchas o a ar ic ar o s ima s o o i c h rs r mi m or s ima s ar a ma r o o i io a r ar i a a c s ima s ma s c o cha g a ar or g i a c o a sho o r i o Catalogue Alterations: o scri io s a s ima s ar r ar i a a c o h sa a ma s c o cha g a ra io s i a o c o h ca a og a ra io sh ma a ai a rior o h sa is h r s o si i i o h r o ma h ms s a ar o a a ra io s hich ma ha occ rr 5 Electrical Goods: ar so as o gh or s m s ch c i h sa r g a io s a ai o s ch goo s is ir a h ris arra i s as o sa o h goo i

or s o ar o a o r or com ia c c ricia rs s o h ra o s ar gi

6 Upholstered items: ar so as or s o ar o a i o gh or s m s ch c o r or com ia c i h c rr sa r g a io s o s ch goo s is ir a h ris o h ra o arra i s as o sa o h goo s ar gi o r ro i o g ara as o h origi a i o a oo ma ria co ai i hi h i m cia rms ma s i ca a og scri io s ar ic ar c ass s o i ms oo s r ai i gs s ir arms c i hich cas h scri io s m s i r r i accor a c i h a g ossar a ari g i h ca a og h s o ic s a rms i a so orm ar o o r rms a co i io s o sa s o

12 OO S CLOC S GEMSTONES

ATCHES DIA ONDS

1 Books-Collation: o co a io a i mi h sa ca a og ro s ci i or i s ra io h r ma r c h o ro i h r r si i hi 21 a s o h sa s a i g h c i ri i g his ho r sha o a i h cas o am i ms rio ica s a ogra h rs m sic ma s ra i gs i r s c o amag o i i gs s ai s o i g margi a orm ho s or o h r cs o a c i g h com ss o h i r s c o c s m io i h ca a og or a h im o sa i r s c o o s so or ss ha 300 2 Clocks & Watches: o s ar so as s a h a s c o a r r c o h co i io o a c oc or a ch o s o im h o is i goo co i io a i ho c s r airs or r s ora io s os c oc s a a ch s i ha r air ri g h ir orma i im a ma o i cor ora a i io a r ar s r h rmor o r ma s o r r s a io or arra ha a c oc or a ch is i or i g or r s c oc s a a ch s o co ai a com m cha isms rs sho a ar ha a g ra s r ic cha g o a r or r h r r air or or hich h r is so r s o si ma c ssar rs sho a so a ar ha o r ca o g ara a a ch i r mai a r roo i h ac is r mo rs sho a ar ha h im or i g a ch s s ch as o ra ra or m i o h i a s is high r s ric h s a ch s ca o shi o h a o im or rso a 3 Diamonds & Gemstones: as o ha iamo s a g ms o s ca o acc ra gra a m as r h mo i r ss i is s a i h ca a og a co i io r or ha h i m is accom a i a i r or a am g mmo ogica a ora or h i orma io ro i a o h co o r c ari a si o a g ms o is h o i io o o r ar m r s cia is s as o i h ha o a r has gi or has o ai c r i ca s or a o i h sa o a r or h r acc s a ia i i or co ra ic io s or i ri g c r i ca s o ai rs o a o s os sa iamo s a g ms o s ar o mo h ar m h r or a i orma io ro i i his i s a c is a a ro ima rs a i g o h a i o h g ms o r h s imi a io s i ho a i r or h ar m ar g ra a o gi a o i io o a o ia r a m s a g m ma ria has s c o a g ms o s a iamo s ha s c o a ari o r a m s o ha c h ir a ara c a ss s a rs sho r s m g ms o s iamo s ha os o som sor o r am 13. CITES as a ar ha a o s mar ih h s m o ar s c o r g a io s h or i g h s i ms o si h h s r g a io s ma o a

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c o r r a s o i orm h r o a o rs i r c i s i r a io o a i m rior o a ro os a c i g h orma m ho o commissio i s so ra

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1

THIRD PART LIA ILIT

m m rs o h ic o o r r mis s ar h r a h ir o ris a m s o h a o o h accommo a io sa a s c ri arra g m s ccor i g ih r h c io r or o r m o s or ag s sha i c r ia i i or a h or rso a i r or simi ar or h sa o h ro r o rso s isi i g rior o ri g or a r a sa 16. GENERAL a sha ha h righ a o r iscr io o r s a missio o o r r mis s or a a c a o r a c io s a rso o ic o a r r i r or i r ma gi mai i o a ai a h rs c ass mai i hich cas i sha m o ha r c i h a r ss ho rs a r os i g c o ic s o o r a r ss o ic r o a i rgh 13 oi g s ci a h gi i g o

sho i ri i g a 33 ro gh o ac h r r c m r h sa ca a og

ho a ro isio o h s o i io s o a h orc a or a r aso h r mai i g ro isio s sha r mai i orc a c h s o i io s o a ar o assig a ar i ho h o h r s rior ri co s omissio or a o r sha ai r or r as o a o i s righ s h co rac ar i s agr

h

m

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ar i s ma i ri i g

ih r o ac m a ari

17. DATA PROTECTION co c io i h h ma ag m a o ra io o o r si ss a h mar i g a s o o r s s r ic s or as r ir a ma as h r o ro i rso a i orma io a o h ms s or o ai i orma io a o h r rom hir ar i s g cr i i orma io o r i o gi o rso a i orma io c as ma r ir a o o o ici s o i orma io

i

r h r i orma io o o r rso a a a or o ma corr c io s o o r as co ac s o 0 131 55

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rh r agr s o h r as o o h r s am a co ac ai s o h r or h s r s so ici or i h o a is o r a h ra or o r a h r o r i gi rior ri o ic o h r as o a s ch ai s o h ro h r s so ici or r

18. FORCE MAJEURE o r sha r o ia i i i h sha a o carr o a ro isio o h o rac o a or a r aso o h ir co ro i c i g i ho imi i g h or goi g a ac o o gis a io ar r oo ro gh ai r o o r s oc o s ri or o h r ac io a m o s i co m a io or r h ra c o a is or o i g o a i a i i o roc r ma ria s r ir or h r orma c o h co rac 19. LAW AND JURISDICTION a Governing Law: h s o i io s o a a a as c s o a ma rs ra sac io s or is s o hich h r a or a sha go r a i r r i accor a c i h co s a Jurisdiction: h r agr s ha h o r s o co a ar o ha c si ris ic io o s a is s arisi g i co c io i h a as c s o a ma rs or ra sac io s o hich h s o i io s o a r a or a


Guide to Bidding & Payment Registration All potential buyers must register prior to placing a bid. Registration information may be submitted in person at our registration desk, by email, by fax or on our website. Please note that all first time bidders at Lyon & Turnbull will be asked to supply the following documents in order to facilitate registration: 1 – Government issued photo ID (Passport/Driving licence) 2 – Proof of address (utility bill/bank statement). We may, at our option, also ask you to provide a bank reference and/or deposit. By registering for the sale, the buyer acknowledges that he or she has read, understood and accepted our Conditions of Sale.

Bidding At the Sale Registered bidders will be assigned a bidder number and given a paddle for use at the sale. Once the first bid has been placed, the auctioneer asks for higher bids in increments determined by the auctioneer. To place your bid, simply raise your paddle until the auctioneer acknowledges you. Please ensure that the auctioneer repeats your bidder number correctly when confirming the sale. If there is any doubt at this stage as to the hammer price or buyer it must be brought to the auctioneer’s attention immediately. All lots will be invoiced to the name and address given on your registration form, which is non-transferable.

Payment By phone A limited number of telephone lines are available for bidding by phone through a Lyon & Turnbull representative. Phone lines must be reserved in advance. All bid requests must be received an hour before the sale. All telephone bids must be confirmed in writing, listing the relevant lots and appropriate number to be called. We recommend that a covering bid is also left in the event that we are unable to make the call. We cannot guarantee that lines will be available, or that we will be able to call you on the day, but will endeavor to undertake such bids to the best of our abilities. This service is available entirely at our discretion and at the bidder’s risk. In writing Bid forms are available at the sale and/or the back of the catalogue. These should be submitted in person, by post, or by fax as soon as possible prior to the sale and we will bid on your behalf up to the limit indicated. In the event of receiving two identical bids the first one received will take precedence. All bids must be received an hour before the sale. This service is entirely at the bidder’s risk. On the internet A fully-illustrated catalogue is available on our website. Registered bidders may leave absentee bids through the website and will receive email confirmation of their bid. Live online bidding (powered by Invaluable) is also available, accessible either through our website or at www.invaluable.com. Please note that an additional 3% premium is charged by Invaluable for this live online service.

Payment is due within seven (7) days of the sale. Lots purchased will not be released until full payment has been received. Payment may be made by the following methods: Bank Transfer Account details are included on any invoices we issue or upon request from our accounts department. Credit or Debit Cards Payment can be made by Visa Debit, Maestro, Mastercard or Visa Credit cards. Please note there is a 2% surcharge on credit card payments. Online Card Payments We no longer accept card payments by phone. Please use our online payment service (provided by Cardstream/Credorax). You will find a link to this service in any email invoice issued or you can visit the payments section of our website. Cheque Cheques should be made payable to Lyon and Turnbull Ltd. We reserve the right to wait until cheques have been cleared by our bankers before releasing bought goods. Cheques can be cleared prior to sale on request. Cheques drawn by third parties cannot be accepted. If paying by post please include the slip from your invoice. Cash Cash payments can be made at the accounts desk during or after a sale. Cash payments limited to £5,000.

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DECORATIVE ARTS: DESIGN SINCE 1860  26TH APRIL 2017

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