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Mallams 1788

DESIGN + STUDIO CERAMICS THURSDAY 8 DECEMBER

MODERN BRITISH + POST-WAR ART FRIDAY 9 DECEMBER

Exhibition: Saturday 3 December 9.00am- 12.30pm Monday 5 December 9.00am - 5.00pm Tuesday 6 December 9.00am - 5.00pm Wednesday 7 December 9.00am - 5.00pm Thursday 8 December 8.30am - 9.30am Exhibition Location: Bocardo House, 24a St. Michael’s Street, Oxford OX1 2EB +44 (0)1865 241358 Auction Time: 11am www.mallams.co.uk

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SPECIALISTS

DESIGN + STUDIO CERAMICS THURSDAY 8 DECEMBER

Philip Smith MA (Courtauld) Director

CONTENT DAY ONE:

Head of 20th Century Design philip.smith@mallams.co.uk

DESIGN

Louise Dennis FGA DGA Head of Jewellery louise.dennis@mallams.co.uk

AUCTION ENQUIRIES & CONDITION REPORTS Jack Stinson oxford2@mallams.co.uk +44 (0)1865 241358 MARKETING & PRESS ENQUIRIES oxford@mallams.co.uk +44 (0)1865 241358

1. Studio Ceramics

1-168

2. Aesthetic & Art Nouveau

169-211

3. Arts + Crafts

212-340

Cotswold School

260-267

Gordon Russell

285-298

Mouseman

311-340

4. Art Deco and Pre-War Design

341-400

5. Post-War Design

401-460

6. Jewellery

461-481

BIDS +44 (0)1865 241358 Fax +44 (0)1865 725483 or to bid via the internet www.the-saleroom.com

CONDITIONS OF SALE This auction is subject to important notices, conditions of sale and reserves, which can be found towards the end of the catalogue. online catalogue www.mallams.co.uk

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DROITE DE SUITE Important Notices:

Explanation of Picture Cataloguing Terms

Changes to the Droite de Suite or Artist’s Resale Rights

A work catalogued with the full name of the artist in our opinion, is or is probably a work by that artist, however intending buyers are respectfully reminded to fully satisfy themselves prior to bidding as the catalogue description does NOT represent a certificate of authenticity.

Pictures produced by European Artists can be subject to the Droite de Suite or Artist’s Resale Right which took effect in the United Kingdom on the 14th February 2006. Under this legislation Mallams is required to collect a royalty payment for works by living artists which sell for more than 1000 Euros. This now also applies to works by artists who have died within the last seventy years. It is calculated on the Rate of Exchange at the European Central Bank on the date of sale. It is charged to the buyer as a percentage of the hammer price and in addition to the buyer’s premium. The Artist’s Resale right is not subject to VAT. The charge for Works of Art sold at or above 1000 Euros and below 50,000 Euros is 4%. For items selling above this figure the fee is calculated on a sliding scale. These charges are paid to the Design and Artist’s Copyright Society (DACS). No additional fees or handling costs are retained by Mallams. For more information visit www.dacs.org.uk. Please be aware of this extra charge and especially the recent changes if you intend to bid for any works which might fall into the above category.

Other wise the following terms are used: ‘Attributed to’ … in our opinion the work is probably by the artist named in whole or in part. ‘Circle of ’ … in our opinion the work is by an artist influenced by the named artist and of the period. ‘Follower of ’ … in our opinion the work is executed in the named artist’s style. ‘Manner of ’ … in our opinion the work is executed in the named artist’s style but is of a considerably later date. ‘School (together with place or country and date)’ … in our opinion the work was executed in that location at that time. ‘After’ … in our opinion the work is a copy of a known painting by the named artist. ‘Signed’ … in our opinion the signature is by the hand of the artist stated. ‘Bears signature’ … in our opinion there is an element of doubt over the signature or it has been added by another hand.

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STUDIO CERAMICS

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Studio Ceramics 1. Bernard Leach (British, 1887-1979) at Leach Pottery Vase grey glaze, with white spots impressed potter’s and pottery seals 6cm high. £150-250 2. Bernard Leach (British, 1887-1979) at Leach Pottery Vase celadon glaze and of tapering form impressed potter’s and pottery seal 13.2cm high. £300-500

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3. Bernard Leach (British, 1887-1979) at Leach Pottery Dish celadon glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seals 15.2cm diameter. £150-250 4. Bernard Leach (British, 1887-1979) at Leach Pottery Vase octagonal cut sides, tenmoku glaze impressed potter’s seal and ‘ENGLAND’ 10cm high. £200-300 5. See page 9 6. Bernard Leach (British, 1887-1979) at Leach Pottery Vase crackled glaze decorated with spots impressed potter’s and pottery seals 10cm high. £200-300 7. William Marshall (British, 1923-2007) Vase faceted sides impressed potter’s seal 30cm high. £200-300

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5. Bernard Leach (British, 1887-1979) at Leach Pottery Bottle Vase flat-sided, brushwork decoration impressed potter’s and pottery seals 19.5cm high. £800-1200

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8. William Marshall (British, 1923-2007) at Leach Pottery Jug impressed potter’s and pottery seals 24cm high. £100-200 9. William Marshall (British, 1923-2007) Tea bowl breakwater decoration impressed potter’s seal 9cm high. In the early 1980s Marshall took inspiration from the breakwaters constructed in Carbis Bay, St. Ives and this tea bowl shows this influence. £80-120

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10. William Marshall (British, 1923-2007) Footed bowl brushed hakeme glaze impressed potter’s seal 11cm high, 14cm across. £150-250 11. Janet Leach (British, 1918-1997) at Leach Pottery Vase lug handle, grey glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seals 12.5cm high. £50-100 12. See page 11 13. See page 12 14. Janet Leach (American, 1918-1997) at Leach Pottery Footed bowl poured glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seals 39cm diameter. Provenance: Purchased directly from Janet Leach in her workshop by the current vendors in the mid-1970s. £200-400 15. David Leach (British, 1911-2005) Vase incised fish decoration impressed potter’s seal 7.3cm high. £50-100

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12. Janet Leach (American, 1918-1997) at Leach Pottery Monumental vase dripped ash glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seals 53.5cm high. Provenance: Purchased directly from Janet Leach in her workshop by the current vendors in the mid-1970s. £800-1200

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13. Janet Leach (American, 1918-1997) at Leach Pottery Vessel of bulbous form, incised patterns impressed potter’s and pottery seals 28cm high, 39cm across

Provenance: Purchased directly from Janet Leach in her workshop by the current vendors in the mid-1970s. ÂŁ600-800

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16. David Leach (British, 1911-2005) Bowl celadon with cut sides impressed potter’s seal 10.7cm high, 17cm diameter. £200-400 17. David Leach (British, 1911-2005) Bowl ox-blood red glaze, cut sides impressed potter’s seal 8cm high, 13.5cm diameter.

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Provenance: Peter Dingley Gallery, Stratford-uponAvon. £200-300 18. David Leach (British, 1911-2005) (attributed to) at Lowerdown Pottery Vase painted grasses motif impressed pottery seal 14.7cm high. Provenance: Peter Dingley Gallery, Stratford-uponAvon. £60-100 19. David Leach (British, 1911-2005) Bowl celadon, cut sides impressed potter’s seal 8.8cm high, 15.8cm diameter. Provenance: Peter Dingley Gallery, Stratford-uponAvon. £60-100 20. David Leach (British, 1911-2005) Bowl fluted with rust grey glaze impressed potter’s seal 13cm high.

21. John Bedding (British, b.1947) ‘Pilgrim’ bottle with ‘Tree of Life’ design, 2007 the reverse inscribed with ‘Leach Pottery Restoration Year, 2007’ impressed potter’s seal 41cm high, 35cm across.

Provenance: Craftsmen Potter’s Shop, London, 1990. £200-300

Artist’s Statement: This pot was made as a tribute pot to Bernard Leach using one of his favourite motifs, ‘The Tree of Life’. As a former student of Bernard and later an employee of the Leach Pottery, I understand the enormous contribution he made to the world of Studio Pottery. Over the years he trained and inspired generations of potters into making pots with love and integrity. £200-300

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22. Trevor Corser (British, 1938-2015) at Leach Pottery Vase green glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seals 27.5cm high. Provenance: The Leach Pottery, St. Ives. £80-120 23. Trevor Corser (British, 1938-2015) at Leach Pottery Vase celadon, with cut facetted sides impressed potter’s and pottery seals 28cm high.

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Provenance: The Leach Pottery, St. Ives. £80-120 24. Trevor Corser (British, 1938-2015) at Leach Pottery Vase green and high fired red glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seals 20cm high. Provenance: The Leach Pottery, St. Ives. £60-100 25. Warren MacKenzie (American, b.1924) at Leach Pottery Vase tenmoku, pressed decoration impressed potter’s and pottery seals 30cm high. £200-300 26. Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983) at Wenford Bridge Bowl ash glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seals 19.5cm diameter. £100-200 27. Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983) (attributed to) at Wenford Bridge Jug and cover incised decoration, tenmoku impressed pottery seal and indistinct potter’s seal 20cm high. £150-250

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28. Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983) Bowl and cover painted leaf decoration impressed potter’s seal 29.5cm across. £400-700 29. Phil Rogers (British, b.1951) Vase tenmoku, foliate branch design impressed potter’s seal 23.5cm high. £80-120

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30. Phil Rogers (British, b.1951) Vase salt glazed with dripped glaze impressed potter’s seal 46.5cm high. £500-700 31. Phil Rogers (British, b.1951) Jug with lugs, combed decoration impressed potter’s seal 26.5cm high. £70-100 32. Phil Rogers (British, b.1951) Vase tenmoku, combed decoration impressed potter’s seal 25.3cm high. £80-120 33. Phil Rogers (British, b.1951) at Leach Pottery Vase partial tenmoku glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seals 6cm high. £40-70

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34. Charles Vyse (British, 1882-1971) (attributed to) Jar and cover decorated with fish 22cm high. Provenance: Joanna Bird, London. £80-120 35. Mike Dodd (British, b.1943) Vase panelled, dripped glaze impressed potter’s seal 20cm high. £60-100

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36. Mike Dodd (British, b.1943) Vase faceted, tenmoku with dripped glaze impressed potter’s seal 21.5cm high. £60-100 37. Mike Dodd (British, b.1943) Three bowls each impressed potter’s seal the largest 14.5cm diameter (3). £150-250 38. Mike Dodd (British, b.1943) Vase dripped linear glaze 19cm high.

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Provenance: Beaux Arts, Bath. £120-180 39. Mike Dodd (British, b.1943) Vase tenmoku glaze impressed potter’s seal 25.5cm high. Provenance: Ombersley Gallery, Worcestershire. £150-250

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40. Jim Malone (British, b.1946) at Ainstable Jug combed decoration with nuka glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seal 29.5cm high. £150-250 41. Jim Malone (British, b.1946) at Ainstable Vase cut sided, with nuka glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seal 38cm high.

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Provenance: Bonhams, London, 28 January 1998. £350-450 42. Jim Malone (British, b.1946) at Ainstable Vase painted foliate branch, hakeme glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seal 26.5cm high. £200-300 43. Jim Malone (British, b.1946) at Ainstable Vase two lug handles, incised grass decoration impressed potter’s and pottery seal 28cm high. £200-300 44. Jim Malone (British, b.1946) at Burnby Vase incised grass decoration, nuka glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seal 24cm high. £200-300 45. Jim Malone (British, b.1946) at Ainstable Pottery Vase hakeme, painted grass decoration impressed potter’s and pottery seal 34cm high. £200-300

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46. Jim Malone (British, b.1946) Dish ash glaze, incised tree decoration impressed potter’s seal 17.3cm diameter. £50-100 47. Michael Casson (British, 1925-2003) Jug painted brushwork motifs impressed potter’s seal 51.5cm high. £200-400

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48. Michael Casson (British, 1925-2003) Vase salt-glazed, spots of blue painted potter’s monogram 14cm high, 22cm diameter. £80-120 49. Geoffrey Whiting (British, 1919-1988) (attributed to) Teapot painted sprig motif, cane handle 13cm across. £50-100 50. Peter Swanson (British, b.1950) Bottle vase square form, painted motif impressed potter’s seal 16cm high. £40-70 51. Jane Hamlyn (British, b.1940) Three jugs and two vases salt-glazed each impressed potter’s seal the largest jug 16.5cm high (5). £80-120

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52. Sybil Finnemore (British, fl.1924-1961) at Yellowsands Pottery Bowl decorated with chickens impressed potter’s and pottery seals, incised signature 28.8cm diameter. Finnemore studied at the Central School of Art and Crafts in the 1920s, before running the Yellowsands Pottery on the Isle of Wight, with her husband T. R. Parsons. £50-100

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53. Edward Hughes (British, 1953-2005) Octagonal dish combed decoration impressed potter’s seal 37.5cm across. Provenance: Studio of the artist. £150-250

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54. Edward Hughes (British, 1953-2005) Rectangular dish combed decoration impressed potter’s seal 36.5cm x 27cm. Provenance: Studio of the artist. £150-250 55. Edward Hughes (British, 1953-2005) Rectangular dish poured glazes impressed potter’s seal 28cm x 24.5cm.

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Provenance: Studio of the artist. £150-250 56. Edward Hughes (British, 1953-2005) Footed bowl fluted impressed potter’s seal 14cm high, 32cm diameter.

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Provenance: Studio of the artist. £150-250 57. Edward Hughes (British, 1953-2005) Pair of footed dishes each with tenmoku decoration each impressed potter’s seal 18.5cm and 18cm diameter (2). Provenance: Studio of the artist. £80-120

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58. Edward Hughes (British, 1953-2005) Footed bowl combed and wave decoration impressed potter’s seal 17.5cm diameter. Provenance: Studio of the artist. £50-100

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59. Edward Hughes (British, 1953-2005) Pair of plates one with tenmoku stripe decoration, the other with combed decoration each impressed potter’s seal 26.5cm and 26cm diameter respectively (2). Provenance: Studio of the artist. £150-250 60. Edward Hughes (British, 1953-2005) Pair of plates each with combed decoration each impressed potter’s seal each 26.5cm diameter.

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Provenance: Studio of the artist. £150-250 61. Edward Hughes (British, 1953-2005) Pair of plates each with wave decoration each impressed potter’s seal 27cm and 26cm diameter.

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Provenance: Studio of the artist. £150-250 62. John de Burgh Perceval (Australian, 1923-2000) Charger, 1960 decorated with a figure signed and dated (to reverse) 39cm diameter. £400-600 63. Circle of John de Burgh Perceval (Australian, 1923-2000) Vase decorated with an aboriginal woman in rust and cream glazes 44.3cm high. £300-500

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64. David & Hermia Boyd (Australian, 1924-2011 and 1931-2000) ‘Bull’ bowl black and blue glazes signed 24cm diameter. £300-500 65. Michael Casson (British, 1925-2003) Jug wave decoration impressed potter’s seal 32cm high. £450-550

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66. Alan Caiger-Smith (British, b.1930) Plate painted dandelion head motif to the centre painted potter’s monogram and date cypher 26.3cm diameter. £80-120 67. Alan Caiger-Smith (British, b.1930) Teapot, 1964 brushwork motifs painted potter’s monogram and date cypher 24cm high. £100-200 68. Edgar Campden (British, 20th Century) Jug black and red foliate brushwork motifs painted potter’s monogram 19cm high. £50-100 69. Alan Caiger-Smith (British, b.1930) Drinking set, 1967 comprising jug and six goblets abstract motifs in brown and grey brushwork painted potter’s monogram and date cypher the jug 26cm high (7). £150-250

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70. Alan Caiger-Smith (British, b.1930) Two goblets, 1982 red and gold lustre decoration painted potter’s monogram and date cypher 13.5cm high (2). £40-70 71. Eric James Mellon (British, 1925-2014) Europa and the Bull oils on board 61cm x 75.5cm, unframed.

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Provenance: Eric James Mellon Collection. £100-300 72. Eric James Mellon (British, 1925-2014) Portrait of a lady signed (lower right) oils on canvas 50cm x 39.5cm. Provenance: Eric James Mellon Collection. £100-200 73. Eric James Mellon (British, 1925-2014) Fittleworth, Petworth, West Sussex oils on board 61cm x 75.5cm.

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Provenance: Eric James Mellon Collection. Exhibited: Portsmouth City Museum, 1974. £200-400 74. Eric James Mellon (British, 1925-2014) Fittleworth, Petworth, West Sussex oils on board 59.5cm x 74.5cm. Provenance: Eric James Mellon Collection. £200-400

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75. Eric James Mellon (British, 1925-2014) Four dishes two decorated to the centre with horses heads each signed and inscribed the largest 18.5cm (4). Provenance: Eric James Mellon Collection. £100-200

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76. Eric James Mellon (British, 1925-2014) Four tea bowls, 1998 dripped blue, turquoise and brown glazes to the inside each signed, dated and inscribed the largest 7cm high (4). Provenance: Eric James Mellon Collection. £80-120

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77. Eric James Mellon (British, 1925-2014) Four tea bowls in differing glazes each signed and inscribed the largest 7cm high (4). Provenance: Eric James Mellon Collection. £80-120 78 and 79. See page 24 80. Eric James Mellon (British, 1925-2014) Vase, 1963 blue and black running glaze, spiral decoration signed and dated 35.5cm high.

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Provenance: Eric James Mellon Collection. £150-250 81. Eric James Mellon (British, 1925-2014) Reclining figure with hand mirror, 1967 signed and dated 33cm across. Provenance: Eric James Mellon Collection. £150-250

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78. Eric James Mellon (British, 1925-2014) ‘Daphne and Apollo’ bowl, 1968 signed and dated willow ash glaze 34cm diameter. Provenance: Eric James Mellon Collection. Literature: Eric James Mellon, The Ceramicist as Artist, 2000, p.19, illustrated. Eric James Mellon, Decorating Stoneware, 2007, pp.124, illustrated. £300-500 79. Eric James Mellon (British, 1925-2014) ‘Trapeze Act’ bowl, 1968 signed and dated willow ash glaze 36.7cm diameter. Provenance: Eric James Mellon Collection. Literature: Eric James Mellon, The Ceramicist as Artist, 2000, p.19, illustrated. Eric James Mellon, Decorating Stoneware, 2007, pp.125, illustrated. £300-500

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83. Eric James Mellon (British, 1925-2014) ‘Leanne’ footed bowl signed, titled and inscribed 20.5cm diameter. Provenance: Eric James Mellon Collection. £100-200 84. Eric James Mellon (British, 1925-2014) ‘Sleeping Maiden’ footed bowl signed, titled and inscribed 23.3cm diameter.

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Provenance: Eric James Mellon Collection. £100-150 85. Eric James Mellon (British, 1925-2014) ‘Lovers’ bowl, 2014 signed, dated and inscribed 23.7cm diameter. Provenance: Eric James Mellon Collection. £150-250 86. Eric James Mellon (British, 1925-2014) ‘Pluto and Persephone’ footed bowl signed, titled and inscribed 24.5cm diameter. Provenance: Eric James Mellon Collection. £200-400 87. Eric James Mellon (British, 1925-2014) Five pairs of clip earrings painted ceramic the largest 2cm length (5). Provenance: Eric James Mellon Collection. £40-70 88. Joanna Howell (British, Contemporary) Chthonic vessel ox-blood red and crackled celadon glaze impressed potter’s seal 28cm high. £80-120

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90. Ian Gregory (British, b.1942) Pharo Dog impressed potter’s seal 33cm high. Provenance: Bettles Gallery, Ringwood. £50-100 91. Ashley Howard (British, Contemporary) Dish turquoise glazes 41cm diameter. Provenance: Bettles Gallery, Ringwood. £50-100

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92. Alan Wallwork (British, b.1931) Split Oval incised initials 17.7cm high. Provenance: Bettles Gallery, Ringwood. £60-100 93. Deirdre Burnett (British, b.1939) Open bowl yin yang wave series faint potter’s seal 28.8cm diameter. Provenance: Alpha House Gallery, Sherborne. £80-120 94. See page 27 95. Aki Moriuchi (Japanese, b.1947) Vase multi-glazed and fired impressed potter’s seal 12cm high. £80-120 96. Takeshi Yasuda (Japanese, b.1943) Fat-rim dish with horns sancai glazes artist’s label 46.5cm across.

97. Duncan Ross (British, b.1943) Vase smoke fired and burnished terra-sigillata orange slips impressed potter’s seal 16.5cm high.

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94. Gareth Mason (British, Contemporary) Jar fluid glazes and deposits impressed potter’s seal 37cm high. Provenance: Bettles Gallery, Ringwood. £200-400

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98. Gordon Baldwin (British, b.1932) Torso, circa 1964 incised initials 63cm high, 53cm across. Provenance: Roberta Leigh, the noted romantic novelist and children’s author. £2000-3000

‘a concentration of evocative references: ancient pot, fragment of archaic sculpture, torso as emblem of no feeling (no head, no limbs, equals no thought, no speech, no action)’. (Gordon Baldwin 1983 Exhibition Catalogue)

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99. Gordon Baldwin (British, b.1932) Body Form and Totem, circa 1960-1 incised and painted red brush work 71cm high and 76cm high respectively (2). Provenance: Roberta Leigh, the noted romantic novelist and children’s author. £400-600

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100. Gordon Baldwin (British, b.1932) Totem in four parts sgraffito decoration incised initials 124.5cm high. Provenance: Roberta Leigh, the noted romantic novelist and children’s author. £800-1200

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101. Aki Moriuchi (Japanese, b.1947) Candlestick multi-glazed and fired impressed potter’s seal 29.8cm high. £50-100 102. Tessa Fuchs (British, 1936-2012) Hills and Trees, early 1970s 32cm high. £50-100 103. Jennie Hale (British, Contemporary) Two jugs one of bird form 27cm and 20cm high (2). £50-100

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104. Peter Beard (British, b.1951) Bowl mottled blue glaze impressed potter’s seal 12.5cm high, 30.5cm diameter. £150-250 105. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Lord Nelson wood and ceramic signed 23cm across. £150-250 106. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Lady Emma wood and ceramic signed 22.7cm across. £150-250

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107. Lawson Rudge (British, b.1965) Cow ‘52’ raku 32cm across, 22cm high. £50-100 108. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Horse and Rider painted gold decoration impressed potter’s seal 16cm across. £150-250

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109. John Maltby (British, b.1936) ‘Sightseeing (Rievaulx)’ impressed potter’s seal, signed and titled 34.7cm across. £300-500 110. John Maltby (British, b.1936) ‘An Angel - Gods Messenger’ impressed potter’s seal on granite base 33cm high overall. £250-350

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111. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Angel and Child impressed potter’s seal 19.5cm high. £80-120 112. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Flowers impressed potter’s seal 16.5cm high. £80-120 113. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Seated figure impressed potter’s seal and signed 36cm high. £200-400 114. John Maltby (British, b.1936) ‘Proud Bird’ impressed potter’s seal, signed and titled 42cm high. £300-500

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115. Edmund De Waal (British, b.1964) Jar and cover crackled celadon glace, impressed marks 8.2cm high, 10cm across. £400-600 116. Poh Chap Yeap (Malaysian, b.1927) Vase tenmoku, with faceted sides signed 10cm high. £50-80

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117. Julian King-Salter (British, b.1954) Two bowls volcanic glazes each impressed potter’s seal 19cm and 15.5cm across (2). £50-100 118. See page 34 119. See page 35 120. Peter Lane (British, b.1932) Bowl incised to form band of trees light blue to white glaze incised signature 10cm high, 18cm diameter. £40-70 121. Walter Keeler (British, b.1942) Pot and cover incised spiralling line impressed potter’s seal 19cm high. £50-100 122. Chris Lewis (British, b.1951) Two handled vessel decorated with fish 31.5cm high. Provenance: Bettles Gallery, Ringwood. £200-300 123. Patrick Sargent (1956-1998) Vase orange glaze 27.5cm high. Provenance: Bettles Gallery, Ringwood. £100-200

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118. Jennifer Lee (British, b.1956) Asymmetric speckled pot, tilted rim, 1990 painted potter’s year mark 15.5cm high. Provenance: New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham. £600-900

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119. Jennifer Lee (British, b.1956) Pale pot, speckled emerging rim, 1997 painted potter’s year mark 23.5cm high. Provenance: Estate of John Bull; Private Collection.

Exhibited: Twenty-five Years, Craft Council Shop at the V&A, 1999. Illustrated: Crafts: Magazine for Contemporary Craft, September/October 2016, p.70. £1500-2500

‘Her pots offer the quietest and most abstract exploration of space as well as the properties of clay itself’ (David Whiting, Critic)

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124. Julian King-Salter (British, b.1954) Vase blue and pink glazes, pulled rim impressed potter’s seal 33cm high. Provenance: Beaux Arts, Bath. £60-100 125. Julian King-Salter (British, b.1954) Vase and Vessel blue volcanic glazes each with impressed potter’s seal 26.5cm high and 27cm high respectively (2).

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132. Laurence Rye (British, b.1962) Vessel flared rim impressed potter’s seal 13cm high. Provenance: Candover Gallery, Alresford. £50-100 133. Walter Keeler (British, b.1942) Footed dish with scroll handles, salt glazed impressed potter’s seal 36.5cm across.

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138. John Ward (British, b.1938) Bowl mottled grey glaze impressed potter’s seal 15cm high, 28cm across. £300-500 139. John Ward (British, b.1938) Vessel mottled green glaze impressed potter’s seal 20cm high.

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145. Maureen Minchin (British, Contemporary) Bowl decorated with birds, geese and lupins 11cm high, 37cm diameter. £400-700 146. Maureen Minchin (British, Contemporary) Drainer and stand decorated with goose and daffodils each impressed potter’s seal the drainer 9.5cm high, 25cm diameter. £100-300

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153. Peter Lane (British, b.1932) Bowl porcelain, decorated with raised tree motifs and coloured spotting incised potter’s signature 8.5cm high, 11.8cm diameter. £50-100 154. Audrey Blackman (British, 1907-1990) Five musicians comprising pianist, flautist, cellist, violinist and clarinetist 18.3cm high (5). £300-500

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159. Graeme James (Australian, b.1942) Vase double gourd form, incising and mottled white glaze impressed potter’s seal 33cm high. £80-120 160. Graeme James (Australian, b.1942) Vase extended flared rim, with bands of turquoise impressed potter’s seal 14cm high, 21.3cm diameter. £60-100

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169. Alfred Stevens (British, 1817-1875) (attributed to) Classical figure with draped robe bronze, on foliate scroll base 38cm high. Literature: This sculpture relates to a design made by Stevens for andirons. See Sotheby’s, London, 19th & 20th Century European Sculpture, 2 June 2010, lot 114 for an example of this model as andirons; see D. Bilbey and M. Trusted, British Sculpture 1470 to 2000: A Concise Catalogue of the Collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 2002, nos.550 and 551., p.366-7. £600-900 170. Manner of Alfred Gilbert (British, 1854-1934) Pair of candlesticks bronze the central stem modelled in the form of two entwined water nymphs 29.5cm high (2). Literature: see E. Machell Cox, Commemorative Catalogue of an Exhibition of Models and Designs by the late Sir Alfred Gilbert R.A., Victoria & Albert Museum, Autumn 1936, no.40 for a salt cellar with a similar frieze of nymphs. £800-1200

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171. Linthorpe Pottery Teapot and Vase in the manner of Christopher Dresser turquoise each impressed manufacturer’s mark the teapot 16cm across (2). £150-200 172. Aesthetic Movement Lantern the glass panels decorated with birds amongst reeds in a wooden frame 27cm high. £200-300 173. E. W. Godwin (British, 1833-1886) (attributed to) Armchair curved slatted back, turned front legs and double arm supports 58.5cm across, 107.7cm high.

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177. WMF Vase electroplated, with sinuous foliate and berry motifs stamped maker’s mark 24.5cm high. £100-200 178. Jones & Crompton Art Nouveau bowl silver, three whiplash handles stamped maker’s mark, Birmingham 1908 22.5cm across. £100-200

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184. Minton Secessionist jardiniere and stand decorated with scrolling foliage and flowers stamped manufacturer’s marks 90cm high. £100-200 185. See page 52 186. Art Nouveau Pair of fire dogs brass with sinuous flowerhead design 23.5cm high (2). £80-120

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198. Loetz of Austria Vase, circa 1900 of ‘Norma’ decoration iridescent blue glass, with trails etched signature ‘Loetz, Austria’ 15cm high. £100-200 199. Manner of Loetz Vase green iridescent glass, applied handles 11cm high. £40-70

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205. Goberg Candelabra iron, scrolling supports and twisted stem stamped ‘Goberg’ 37cm high. £50-100 206. Osiris Vase gilt metal and ceramic, stylised handles and flower motifs stamped maker’s mark and numbered ‘520’ 17.8cm high. £100-200 207. WMF Secessionist cigar lighter, circa 1900 possibly by Jan Eiselhoffel copper and brass, with cane handle 21cm high. £80-120 208. Elkington & Co. Set of four Art Nouveau napkin rings silver, of pierced floral design maker’s mark, hallmarked for Birmingham 1902 original case each napkin ring 4.2cm diameter. £100-150

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Arts & Crafts 212. William Hutton & Sons and James Powell Bottle and stopper silver and cork stopper, green glass bottle the silver stamped maker’s mark, London 1901 20cm high. £150-250 213. Philip Webb (attributed to) for Morris & Co. Wine glass, made by James Powell & Sons flint glass, with twisted stem 11.5cm high.

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222. Morris & Co. (attributed to) ‘Sussex’ side chair ebonised beech and rush seat 85cm high, 41.5cm across. £40-70 223. Liberty & Co. Vase, circa 1900-1905 pierced pewter stand, with twin loop handles, fitted Clutha glass liner stamped ‘0583’ 10.3cm high. £700-900 224. See page 66

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229. Liberty & Co. Set of six spoons silver and enamel stamped maker’s mark, Birmingham 1934 each spoon 9.2cm long, cased (6). £100-200 230. Moorcroft for Liberty & Co. Pair of ‘Tudric’ ‘Pomegranate’ candlesticks hammered pewter mounts and removable caps numbered ‘01513’ stamped ‘Tudric, Moorcroft’ 14cm high (2). £500-800

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235. Oliver Baker (British, 1856-1939) for Liberty & Co. Vase silver, with twisted supports and tripod feet marked for Liberty & Co., Birmingham 1901 11cm high. £600-800 236. Liberty & Co. (attributed to) Wall mirror, circa 1910 hammered pewter, inset with abalone shell butterfly design 69cm high, 44cm across. £500-700

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242. Arts & Crafts Two letter racks and a newspaper rack copper the largest 21.5cm across. £100-200 243. Jesson, Birkett & Co. Ltd. (attributed to) Arts & Crafts table lamp, circa 1906 hammered copper, scrolling supports 43cm high. Literature: see Charlotte and Peter Feill, Decorative Art 1900-1910, Taschen, 2000, p.469, for a table lamp with similarities. £100-200

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249. Charles Robert Ashbee (British, 1863-1942) Muffin dish electroplated, openwork wire mount set with chrysophrase cabochon applied beaded rim and hot water compartment 22.2cm diameter. £700-900 250. Martin Brothers Miniature vase, 1913 organic decoration inscribed ‘Martin Bros London & Southall’ and ‘9-1913’ 12cm high. £200-300

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255. Della Robbia Pottery Two handled vase turquoise glaze impressed maker’s mark 25cm high. £150-250 256. Arts & Crafts Stove white painted metal, with sinuous flower decoration impressed registration number ‘485441’ 62cm high. £100-200

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262. Cotswold School Sideboard, manner of Peter Waals oak, six graduated central drawers flanked by two further drawers and cupboard doors shaped handles, and on stepped supports with exposed joints 91cm high, 137cm long, 52cm deep. Provenance: Rachel Ward (nee Rothenstein) and Alan Ward; thence by family descent. Rachel Rothenstein was daughter of Sir William Rothenstein, and brother to Michael Rothenstein. The Rothenstein family had close connections to the Cotswold School of Artists and commissioned numerous pieces. ÂŁ1000-2000

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263. Peter Waals (Dutch, 1870-1937) (attributed to) Cotswold School writing desk walnut, the raised back fitted six short drawers flanked by small cupboard doors the main body with three drawers and panelled sides chamfered five sided legs, joined by ‘Hayfork’ stretcher 89cm high, 106.5cm across, 49.3cm deep. Provenance: Rachel Ward (nee Rothenstein) and Alan Ward; thence by family descent. Rachel Rothenstein was daughter of Sir William Rothenstein, and brother to Michael Rothenstein. The Rothenstein family had close connections to the Cotswold School of Artists and commissioned numerous pieces. £2000-4000

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264. Cotswold School Pair of wall sconces, after designs by Ernest Gimson possibly executed by Norman Bucknell hammered, chased and engraved brass with openwork foliate motifs each stamped ‘278’ (to the reverse) 32cm high (2).

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265. Cotswold School Sconce, after designs by Ernest Gimson pierced and tooled brass, with acorn and leaf design 26.5cm high. £200-300 266. Harry Davoll (British, 1876-1963) Cotswold School box walnut, the top inset Edward VII medallion stamped maker’s mark 14cm across. £250-350

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267. Hugh Birkett (British, 1919-2002) Cotswold School clock, circa 1990 specimen woods, 12 sided 12.3cm diameter. £200-300 268. Arts & Crafts Wall charger brass, repousse decorated with celtic knot design 42cm diameter. £50-100 269. William De Morgan (British, 1839-1917) ‘Dragon and Foliage’ tile, circa 1880 ruby red lustre 15cm x 15cm. £200-300 270. Newlyn School Tray decorated with fish in relief stamped ‘NEWLYN’ 18.5cm x 44cm. £80-120

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271. Newlyn School (attributed to) Three trays and a candle holder each decorated with either fish, grog or crabs one signed ‘Simons’ the larger tray 23.5cm across (4). £50-100

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272. Newlyn School (attributed to) Two trays copper, one decorated in relief with a griffin and the other with fish 25.5cm and 29cm diameter (2). £80-120 273. Newlyn School Flower holder hammered copper, decorated in relief with fish stamped ‘NEWLYN’ 7cm high, 14.3cm diameter. £80-120

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274. Newlyn School (attributed to) Two two handled vases hammered copper, decorated in relief with fish and lily pads each 22cm high (2). £150-250 275. Archibald Knox (British, 1864-1933) Butter dish and matching knife pewter, the dish with green glass liner, three shaped handles and stylised honesty flower design the dish stamped ‘English Pewter, 0162’ the dish 14.2cm across (2). £300-500 276. Linley Table candle holder hardwood and nickel stamped ‘Linley’ 28.8cm across, cased. £120-180

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279. Arts & Crafts Wall sconce in the manner of the Newlyn School copper mounted on wood, with sunburst design 35cm high. £80-120 280. Arts & Crafts Dressing table box silver plate, with blue and green enamel panel to the cover 14cm across. £100-200 281. Christopher Dresser (attributed to) for Hukin and Heath Sugar bowl silver with dappled finish stamped maker’s mark, Birmingham 1885 6.5cm high.

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Cleeve House, Cleeve Prior Commissioned by William Heaton, a wealthy Birmingham based engineering business owner, Cleeve House is one of the foremost private houses in the Arts & Crafts style. Largely designed by the celebrated Arts & Crafts architect, C. E. Bateman, and constructed in 1933 in Cotswold stone, the house was largely fitted out by Gordon Russell of Broadway, with oak panelling, braced doors with drop latches and exposed timbering and much of the in-built furniture was made by Russell. Lots 285 to 290 come directly from the house and are exceptional examples of early work from the Russell workshops.

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285. Gordon Russell (British, 1892-1980) Refectory table, designed in 1925 English oak, design no. 318 on octagonal legs with chamfered feet 74cm high, 243.5cm long, 105.5cm across. Provenance: Cleeve House, Cleeve Prior, Worcestershire. ÂŁ5000-7000

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288. Gordon Russell (British, 1892-1980) ‘Coxwell’ wardrobe, designed in 1929/30 English oak, design no. 841 182cm high, 91cm across, 55.5cm deep. Provenance: Cleeve House, Cleeve Prior, Worcestershire. £800-1200 289. Gordon Russell (British, 1892-1980) ‘Coxwell’ chest of drawers and standing mirror, designed in 1929/30 English oak, design no. 836 and 839 the chest of drawers 86cm high, 91cm across, 55.5cm deep the mirror 65cm across (2). Provenance: Cleeve House, Cleeve Prior, Worcestershire. £1000-2000

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290. Gordon Russell (British, 1892-1980) ‘Coxwell’ bed, designed in 1929/30 English oak, design no. 956a 75.5cm high. Provenance:Cleeve House, Cleeve Prior, Worcestershire. £200-400


291. Russell and Son ‘Lygon’ bowl hammered brass stamped maker’s mark, ‘LYGON’ and ‘Made by Hand on the Cotswold Hills’ 12.5cm high, 35cm diameter. £400-600 292. Gordon Russell (British, 1892-1980) Stool, early 1920s yew, strapped leather seat labelled 40cm high, 35cm across. £200-400

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293. Gordon Russell (British, 1892-1980) Dining table, 1929 oak, design number X133, made be C. Beadle octagonal legs, and with ‘hayrake’ stretcher Russell Workshops paper label 74cm high, 183cm long, 83cm deep. £2000-3000

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294. Gordon Russell (British, 1892-1980) Set of six dining chairs, 1920s oak, design numbers 295 (armchair) and 296 (standard) comprising two carvers and four standard chairs slat backs, shaped arms and leather drop-in seats Russell Workshops Ltd. copper labels the carvers 98cm high, 62cm across (6). £1500-2500


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297. Gordon Russell (British, 1892-1980) Dressing table and stool, circa 1920s oak, shaped handles central mirror flanked by four drawers, on octagonal legs the dressing table 142cm across, 47.5cm deep the stool 48cm high, 50cm across (2). Provenance: Purchased from an elderly gentleman in whose family it had been in since new. It was bought originally by the gentleman’s parents as a wedding present by his grandparents and their name is included in the Gordon Russell Design books for the period. £500-800

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298. Gordon Russell (British, 1892-1980) Stool, circa 1920s oak, drop-in seat shaped cross stretcher 35cm high, 37cm across. Provenance: Purchased from an elderly gentleman in whose family it had been in since new. It was bought originally by the gentleman’s parents as a wedding present by his grand-parents and their name is included in the Gordon Russell Design books for the period. £200-300

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299. Ruskin Pottery Collection of Ruskin Pottery roundels and brooches approximately 55 some stamped maker’s mark the largest 10cm diameter. £200-400 300. Arts & Crafts Large vase green glazes, with foliate tree motifs 61cm high. £80-120 301. Keswick School of Industrial Art Tray, circa 1910 copper, repousse decorated with foliate scroll border stamped maker’s mark 32cm x 48cm. £60-100

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305. John Pearson Dish copper, hammered and repousse decorated flowering foliage border stamped oval mark and incised signature 23cm diameter. £100-200 306. Hugh Wallis of Altringham Inkwell hammered pewter, glass liner stamped maker’s mark 13.5cm diameter. £40-70 307. Gustav Stickley (American,1858-1942) Three footstools, circa 1905-07 oak and brown leather partial ‘The Craftsman Workshop, Gustav Stickley, Eastwood, N.Y’ labels 11cm high, 32cm across. £350-450

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311. Robert Thompson (British, 1876-1955) of Kilburn Pair of ‘Mouseman’ owl bookends carved mouse signature adzed oak 16.2cm high, 10.7cm across (2). £800-1200 312. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman pair of three mice bookends oak carved mice 18cm high (2). £800-1200

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313. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman bowl oak carved mouse to the outside 23.5cm diameter. £300-400

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320. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman book rack oak carved mouse 46cm across. £150-250 321. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman cheeseboard oak carved mouse to the board 37cm long. £250-350

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326. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman table oak, four octagonal legs carved mouse 40cm high, 84cm across. £500-800 327. Mouseman School Table oak, two octagonal supports, joined by stretcher 44.5cm high, 90cm across.

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Provenance: Made by one of Mouseman cabinet makers for a friend. £200-300 328. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman armchair oak, panel back and leather seat carved mouse 88cm high, 51.5cm across. £500-800 329. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman armchair oak, panel back and leather seat carved mouse 88cm high, 51.5cm across. £500-800 330. Beaverman Burr stool oak, on four octagonal legs carved beaver 34cm high, 35cm across. £80-120 331. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman pair of bar stools oak on four octagonal legs, joined by stretcher with steel footrests carved mouse 80cm high (2). £1000-2000 332. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman bar stool oak on four octagonal legs, joined by stretcher with steel footrests carved mouse 76.5cm high. £500-800

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334. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman set of six chairs oak, slat backs, leather seats, on octagonal front legs carved mouse 85cm high, 44.5cm across (6). ÂŁ2000-4000

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336. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Pair of smoking chairs, circa 1950 oak, hide panel backs and leather seat cushions carved mouse 61.5cm across, 102.5cm high (2). Provenance: Paul Golding Senior, who was a master woodcarver/ craftsman at Robert Thompson’s workshop for 40 years from 1947; The Contents of South Hall, Lyon and Turnbull, Edinburgh, 7 May 2008; Private Collection. £3000-5000

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337. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman kneehole dressing table, circa 1950 oak, canted top with low rear gallery above kneehole enclosed by six graduated drawers the sides and back panelled, all on octagonal feet carved mouse 136cm across, 74.5cm high, 50.5cm deep. Provenance: The Contents of South Hall, Lyon and Turnbull, Edinburgh, 7 May 2008; Private Collection. £2000-3000 338. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman chest of drawers oak, two short and three graduated drawers the sides and back panelled, all on octagonal feet carved mouse 91cm across, 93cm high, 45cm deep. £2000-3000 339. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman dresser oak, the upper half with shaped top rail the lower half fitted two drawers, over two cupboard doors, with metal strap handles carved mouse 157.5cm high, 114.5cm across. £1000-2000

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340. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman cheval mirror oak, arched top, with interlinked arch cresting, on octagonal supports carved mouse 151cm high. Provenance: The Contents of South Hall, Lyon and Turnbull, Edinburgh, 7 May 2008; Private Collection. ÂŁ1000-2000

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Art Deco and Pre-War Design 341. Eric Slater for Shelley Art Deco tea set, 1933 comprising teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl, two plates, six side plates and six cups and saucers stamped marks, registration no. 781613 the teapot 23cm across (17). £250-350 342. Wilhelm Kage (Swedish, 1889-1960) for Gustavsberg ‘Cararra’ vase printed and stamped maker’s marks 19cm high. £100-150

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350. Monart Ceiling light swirling pink and green glass 44.5cm diameter, 15.5cm high. £300-500 351. Royal Dux Art Deco centrepiece in the form of a nude lady holding a stylised bowl stamped maker’s mark and numbered ‘2969’ 25.5cm high. £50-100

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358. Helen König Scavini for Lenci ‘Donna Con Cagnolino’, circa 1936 kneeling girl wearing a black and white checked beret with dog stamped ‘Lenci’ and painted ‘’Made in Italy’ 23cm high. £1000-2000

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360. Clarice Cliffe (British, 1899-1972) Part service painted foliate scroll design printed manufacturer’s marks comprising two oval serving dishes, two dinner plates, side plate, tea cup and saucer, soup bowl and another saucer the largest dish 31.7cm across (8). £200-300 361. Manner of Maison Desny Art Deco tea set silver plated with hardwood handles comprising teapot, coffee pot, sugar bowl and cover, milk jug and tray the tray 44.8cm across. £200-300

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367. Barnaby Powell for Whitefriars Bowl, circa 1920s green glass, fanned and ribbed pattern no.8266 33cm diameter. £50-100 368. Barnaby Powell for Whitefriars Two vases amber and ruby red glass, with trailed design pattern no. 9030 18cm and 17cm high (2). £50-100

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375. John Walsh Walsh Primrose coupe bowl, circa 1920s clear and yellow glass, with trailed stem 26cm high. Literature: Skelcher, p.115. £60-100 376. Monart Trefoil vase, circa 1930s green glass, shape HB 25cm high. £50-100

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381. Schneider & Cie of France Footed vase, circa 1930 smoky glass of ribbed form etched signature 55cm high. £300-500 382. Schneider & Cie of France Vase, circa 1930s acid etched cinnamon glass, with band of fish signed 19.5cm high. £200-300

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388. Marriott Powell for Whitefriars Vase, circa 1930 amber glass, with internal wrythen optic line 33cm high. £50-100 389. Keith Murray for Stevens & Williams Decanter and six shot glasses, circa 1930 the sea green decanter of triple ring cut glass form pattern number 841a the decanter 20.5cm high (7). £80-120

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395. Wiener Gmunder Keramik Egyptian lady carrying a basket stamped manufacturer’s mark, ‘Austria’ and numbered ‘765/7’ 41cm high. £100-200 396. Goldscheider Oriental lady and fawn stamped manufacturer’s mark and numbered ‘386’ 26.5cm high. £100-200

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Post-War Design 401. Guy Sydenham (British, 1916-2005) for Poole Pottery Vase incised grass decoration impressed designer’s monogram and manufacturer’s mark 35.5cm high. £60-100 402. Georg Jensen Rosebud cruet set comprising mustard pot, pepper pot and salt with blue enamel interior stamped maker’s mark, and each numbered ‘235’ London silver import marks, the mustard dated for 1933 the mustard 11cm high (3). £300-500 403. Patrick Heron (British, 1920-1999) for Wedgwood Garden Plate, 1991 one from an edition of 500 printed maker’s marks 31cm diameter, cased. £150-250

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407. Gunner Nylund (Swedish, 1904-1997) for Rorstrand ‘Chamotte’ vase yellow glaze stamped maker’s and manufacturer’s marks 20.5cm high. £50-100 408. Howard Smith for Arabia Blue bird printed manufacturer’s mark 20cm across. £100-200

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409. Gunnar Nylund (Swedish, 1904-1997) for Strombergshyttan ‘Shark Tooth’ vase cased glass 18cm high. £180-220 410. Max Ingrand for Fontana Arte Desk architecture glass and steel to include letter rack, pen stand and ashtray each piece marked ‘F X’ the pen stand 25cm across (3). £200-300 411. Vicke Lindstrand (Swedish, 1904-1983) for Kosta Vase engraved with feathers inscribed and numbered ‘52451’ 21.5cm high. £80-120 412. Bertil Vallien (Swedish, b.1938) for Kosta Boda ‘Satellite’ bowl inlaid gold leaf signed, inscribed and numbered 11cm high, 21.5cm diameter. £50-100

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413. Troika Vase incised fish and geometric patterns signed ‘TROIKA’ 8.8cm high. £80-120

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420. David Rosen (Swedish, 1910-1993) Side cabinet the incised doors with double helix design angled bowed brass handles and hinges fitted three drawers and shelves to the interior 127cm high, 158cm across, 44.5cm deep. £600-900 421. John Piper (British, 1903-1992) for Wedgwood ‘The Green Man’ plate, 1992 from an edition of 500 screenprint on ceramic with the artist’s facsimile signature, published by the National Art Collections Fund 31cm diameter. £300-500 422. Edward Paolozzi (British, 1924-2005) for Wedgwood ‘Fabula’ plate from an edition of 500 screenprint on ceramic with the artist’s facsimile signature, published by the National Art Collections Fund 31cm diameter. £80-120

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423. Edward Paolozzi (British, 1924-2005) for Rosenthal ‘Hommage to George Orwell’, 1984 2609/3000, artist’s facsimile signature manufacturer’s marks 25.8cm diameter. £40-70 424. Damien Hirst (British, b.1965) ‘Home Sweet Home’ plate, 1996 70/1500, artist’s facsimile signature published by Swid Powell for Gagosian Gallery 21cm diameter. £300-500 425. Italian Modernist School Table lamp chrome and aluminium with adjusting arm and head approximately 60cm high. Provenance: Purchased in Rome, circa 1990. £80-120

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426. Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) at Madoura Pottery Vase with Goats, 1952 (A.R. 156) from the edition of 40 stamped ‘MADOURA EMPREINTE ORIGINALE DE PICASSO’ and ‘MADOURA PLEIN FEU’ inscribed ‘28/9’ 19cm high. £6000-8000

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427. Troika Vase impressed circle decoration signed ‘TROIKA ST IVES ENGLAND’ 9cm high. £50-100 428. Scandinavian School Vase double gourd form, red glass, 31.5cm high together with a ruby, blue and turquoise glass bowl 40cm across (2). £50-100

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429. Exbor of Czechoslovakia Vase octagonal form, amber and blue glass stamped manufacturer’s mark 25cm high. £300-500 430. Vicke Lindstrand (Swedish, 1904-1983) Bowl signed ‘Kosta Lindstrand’ and numbered ‘LS 502’ 9cm high, 26.5cm diameter. £600-800 431. Gunnar Nylund for Rorstrand ‘Zenit’ bowl impressed ‘3’ (to the base) 33cm diameter. £50-100 432. Manner of Line Vautrin ‘Sunburst’ wall charger stamped metal 43cm diameter. £40-70 433. Victor Vasarely and Eduardo Arroyo for Swatch Two wrist watches in original clear plastic cases 23cm long (2). £40-70 434. Geoffrey Baxter (British, 1922-1995) for Whitefriars Shoulder vase, circa 1970 model number 9678, in willow 24cm high. £80-120

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435. Geoffrey Baxter (British, 1922-1995) for Whitefriars Sunspot suncatcher, early 1970s yellow glass 19.3cm diameter. £80-120 436. Victor Vasarely (Hungarian, 1906-1997) for Rosenthal ‘Manipur’ vase printed manufacturer’s mark 18cm high. £80-120 437. Lalique of France ‘Roscoff’ bowl signed ‘Lalique, France’ 35.5cm diameter. £300-500

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443. Holmegaard (attributed to) ‘Kluk Kluk’ decanter blue glass with clear glass crown stopper 24.5cm high. £50-100 444. Georg Jensen ‘Lily of the Valley’ pattern matched christening set the silver spoon signed and stamped ‘925S’ with import marks for London 1926, the silver handled knife with signed stainless steel blade and import marks for London 1923, the spoon and knife with sponsor’s mark ‘GS’ for Stockwell & Co, the later silver fork signed and stamped ‘Sterling Denmark’ with London import marks for 1993 the knife 20cm long. £80-120 445. Rigmor Anderson and Annelise Bjørner for Georg Jensen ‘Margrethe’ pattern silver flatware set five place settings, comprising table knives and dessert knives with stainless steel blades, table forks and dessert forks, soup spoons and dessert spoons, four teaspoons and four coffee spoons signed and stamped ‘Sterling Denmark’ some with import marks for London 1967-1972 the table knife 20.5cm long (38). £800-1200 446. Georg Jensen ‘Bo Bonfils’ pattern stainless steel matched flatware set comprising two serving spoons, a serving fork, two large and four medium table knives, four dessert knives, two large and four medium table forks, six dessert forks, two large and six medium dessert spoons, two large and two medium teaspoons signed and stamped ‘Denmark Stainless Bo Bonfils’ the serving spoon 24.5cm long (37). £100-200

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447. Modernist School Pair of candlesticks bakelite and brass 12.5cm diameter (2). £50-100 448. Dorothy Hafner for Rosenthal Studio-Line ‘Flash’ tea set, circa 1980 comprising teapot, sugar bowl and cover, milk jug and six cups and saucers stamped manufacturer’s mark the teapot 24.5cm across (9). £100-200

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452. William Wilson and Harry Dyer for Whitefriars ‘Knobbly’ vase, circa 1966 streaky green and brown glass pattern no. 9610 25.5cm high. £50-100

453. Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars Vase amber and green streaky vase pattern no.9786 7cm high. £30-50

454. Troika Vase decorated by Honor Curtis geometric designs in blue and white on brown ground signed ‘TROIKA’ and with artist’s cypher 23cm high. £100-200 455. Troika Vase geometric designs in brown on white ground stamped ‘TROIKA, ST IVES, ENGLAND’ 17.7cm high. £100-200

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456. Poole Studio Charger and two plates each with orange and yellow designs studio stamps 27cm, 26.5cm and 20cm diameter (3). £80-120 457. Poole Studio ‘Delphis’ vase studio mark 39.5cm high. £80-120

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458. Harry Bertoia (Italian, 1915-1978) for Knoll Pair of ‘Diamond’ chairs with original blue cloth covering 86.5cm across. Provenance: Philadelphia Library £500-700 459. See page 132 460. George Nelson (1908-1986) Slat bench, originally designed 1946 birch top and ebonised legs 183.5cm long, 35.3cm high. £500-700

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Jewellery 461. Jack Spencer (British, 20th Century) Silver pendant segmented circular form shield-shaped maker’s mark, Sheffield hallmark for 1972 and stamped ‘8’ on a trace-link chain, and a panel brooch with Ruskin roundel the pendant 4.4cm long (2). £50-70 462. Ivar T. Holth (Norwegian, 20th Century) Pendant abstract geometric design, with central drop maker’s mark, stamped ‘925S Sterling’ on a trace-link chain the pendant 5.5cm long. £70-90

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463. Hans Hansen Brooch elliptical form numbered 115 signed and stamped ‘Denmark 925S’ accompanied by a green enamel ring by Just Andersen numbered 863 signed and stamped ‘Sterling Danmark’ and a lipstick holder signed ‘Ax.H’ and stamped ‘925S’ the brooch 5.7cm long (3). £60-80

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464. N. E. From (Danish, 1908-1986) Silver pendant oval concave form, with a cabochon rose quartz signed and stamped ‘925S Sterling Denmark’ with import marks for London 1965 and a further pendant signed From and stamped ‘925S’ 5.2cm long and 4.3cm long respectively (2). £40-60

465. Jørgen Frandsen (Danish, fl.1948-1973) Brooch and earclips suite pierced leaf design signed ‘JF’ and stamped ‘585’ maker’s cases the brooch 6.9cm long (2). £100-200

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466. Georg Jensen Abstract bracelet numbered 139 signed and stamped ‘Sterling Demark’, London import marks for 1965 16cm long. £300-500

467. Georg Jensen (Danish, 1866 - 1935) ‘Moonlight grapes’ bracelet with repeating foliate and grape cluster panels, to oval cabochon clasp numbered 30 stamped ‘925S Sterling Denmark’ maker’s mark for 1933-1944 21cm long. £500-700

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468. Arno Malinowski (1899-1976) for Georg Jensen Brooch openwork heart enclosing foliate branches numbered 242B rubbed signature, stamped ‘Sterling Denmark’ 2.9cm across. £40-60

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469. Arno Malinowski (1899-1976) for Georg Jensen Silver brooch openwork heart enclosing dolphins, foliage and shell motif numbered 312 signed and stamped ‘Sterling Denmark’, London import marks for 1964 4.3cm across. £70-90

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470. Harald Nielsen (Danish, 1892-1977) for Georg Jensen Cuff bangle with scrolling ribbons enclosing flowerheads numbered 55 signed and stamped ‘925S Denmark’ 7cm inner diameter. £250-350

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471. Arno Malinowski (1899-1976) for Georg Jensen Two brooches the first with openwork rectangular frame enclosing dolphins and foliage numbered 251 signed and stamped ‘925S Denmark’, London import marks for 1965 the second a pair of dolphins numbered 317 signed and stamped ‘Sterling Denmark’ 3.8cm across and 4cm across respectively (2). £80-120

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472. Four brooches Comprising a Norwegian green and white enamel galleon brooch a Norwegian white enamel foliate brooch, by Ivar T. Holth a polychrome enamel flowerheads brooch, by A H Darby & Son and a floral enamel brooch, by Charles Horner first brooch 3.4cm long (4). £70-90

473. Geoffrey G. Bellamy (1922-1997) for George Tarratt Ltd Silver brooch openwork circular frame enclosing fish and reef numbered 149 designer’s facsimile signature signed, Birmingham hallmark for 1960 3.8cm across. £40-60 474. Panel bracelet with white and green enamel flowerheads signed ‘BM Co’ and stamped ‘Sterling’ 17.5cm long. £70-90

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475. David Andersen Three leaf brooches heightened in red and yellow enamel each signed ‘D-A’ and stamped ‘925S Sterling Norway’ 6.4cm and 3.8cm across (3). £60-80

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476. George Tarratt Ltd Silver brooch openwork oval frame enclosing two leaping gazelles and bull rushes numbered 301 signed, Birmingham hallmark for 1959 4.3cm across. £50-70

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477. Georg Jensen ‘Kneeling Fawn’ silver brooch numbered 256 signed and stamped ‘Sterling Denmark’ with import marks for London 1963 4.5cm across. £70-90

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479. Art Nouveau Style Panel pendant the shaped panel depicting a water nymph suspending three peridot drops stamped mark to reverse 7cm long. £150-250

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481. Jean-Baptiste Daniel-Dupuis (French, 1849-1899) ‘Horticulture’ silver plaque, 1892 depicting maidens pruning a plant to one side and a child seated below a tree to the other signed and stamped ‘argent’ 6.1cm long. £70-90

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Artist’s Textiles 485. Alan Jarvis for Edinburgh Weavers ‘Centaurs’, 1961 wall hanging jacquard weave 180cm x 120cm. £100-200 486. Keith Vaughan (British, 1912-1977) for Edinburgh Weavers ‘Fishermen’, 1956 screen printed cotton 37.5cm x 52cm. £400-600 487. Alan Reynolds (British, 1926-2014) for Edinburgh Weavers ‘Legend’, 1963 screen printed cotton 37cm x 56cm. £400-600 488. John Drummond (British, 1920-??) for Hull Traders ‘Naxos’, 1960 stretched screen printed cotton on wood panel 142cm x 107cm. £150-250

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489. Ivon Hitchens (British, 1893-1979) and John Hitchens (British, b.1940) for Hull Traders ‘Summer Flowers’, 1961 screen printed cotton stretched on canvas stretcher 110cm x 102cm. £200-300 490. Barbara Brown (British, b.1932) for Heals ‘Recurrence’, 1962 screen printed cotton stretched on canvas stretcher 46cm x 122cm. £50-100

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491. Eduardo Paolozzi (British, 1924-2005) for David Whitehead Ltd. ‘Collage Elements’, 1952 screen printed rayon 36.5cm x 51cm. £400-600

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492. John Piper (British, 1903-1992) for A. Sanderson and Sons Ltd. ‘Glyders’, 1960 screen printed cotton 49cm x 35.5cm. £200-300 493. John Piper (British, 1903-1992) for A. Sanderson and Sons Ltd. ‘Stones of Bath’, 1961 screen printed cotton 62cm x 53.5cm. £200-300 494. John Piper (British, 1903-1992) for A. Sanderson and Sons Ltd. ‘Stones of Bath’ pair of curtains, 1961 screen printed cotton, lined each curtain 200cm x 200cm. £500-700

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Prints and Editions 496. Stanley Anderson (British, 1884-1966) The Goose Fair, Albi signed in pencil (in the margin lower right) drypoint etching 22.5cm x 33.5cm. £100-200

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497. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Villa Gamberaia, 1966 signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) aquatint 47.8cm x 35cm. £150-250 498. John Brunsdon (British, 1933-2014) Edale signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) aquatint 45cm x 60cm. £80-120 499. John Brunsdon (British, 1933-2014) Hillside Farm signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) aquatint 60cm x 45cm. £80-120

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500. Guy Worsdell (British, 1908-1978) ‘Nightscene and Pots’, 1974 artist’s proof, signed, titled, dated and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) wood engraving 15cm x 24.7cm. £50-100 501. Nancy Smith (British, 1881-1962) Two illustrations for Robinson Crusoe, circa 1914 inscribed ‘Betty with love from Aunty Nancy, Aug 1915’ printed by Vincent Brook, Day & Sons coloured lithographs each 56.5cm x 38.5cm (2). £150-250

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502. Umberto Brunelleschi (Italian, 1949) Courting Couple, Venice gouache and stencil 30cm x 46cm. £100-200 503. Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989) Le Piano sous la Neige, 1966 from Tauromachie Surréaliste (M&L 156a) 82/150, signed, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin), with blindstamp hand-coloured heliogravures 31.5cm x 41.5cm. £400-600 504. The Royal Academy of Arts Members Portfolio Five prints to include Norman Ackroyd, Brendan Neiland, Richard Deacon, Ivor Abrahams and David Mach each signed and numbered 81/100 in pencil various media on wove paper published by Royal Academy Schools, London each 51cm x 64cm, in original red portfolio box. £200-400 505. After Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989) La Menorah Dalinienne bronze on a tiered black base 51cm high. £200-300 506. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Ischia, 1979 (Turner 352) 54/150, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) aquatint 34.3cm x 47cm. £200-400 507. John Brunsdon (British, 1933-2014) Autumn 23/75, signed, numbered and titled in pencil (in the margin) aquatint 44.5cm x 60.3cm. £80-120

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508. Richard Bawden (British, b.1936) Flowers 15/40, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) aquatint 37cm x 32.5cm. £80-120 509. Gwen Raverat (British, 1885-1947) Harvest Feast signed and titled in pencil (in the margin) woodcut 6.2cm x 8.5cm. £50-100

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510. Bruce McLean (British, b.1944) Cava on Concrete, 2000 15/75, signed, numbered and titled in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 40.5cm x 40.5cm. £150-250 511. Bruce McLean (British, b.1944) Gherkin on Glass, 2000 17/75, signed, numbered and titled in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 40cm x 40cm. £150-250 512. Bruce McLean (British, b.1944) Designer Desk Object, 2000 24/75, signed, numbered and titled in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 40cm x 40.5cm. £150-250 513. Bruce McLean (British, b.1944) Another Over Egged Pudding, 2000 24/75, signed, numbered and titled in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 40cm x 40.5cm. £150-250

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514. Bruce McLean (British, b.1944) Olive on Onyx, 2000 15/75, signed, numbered and titled in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 40cm x 40cm. £150-250 515. Bruce McLean (British, b.1944) Brie on the Knee, 2000 18/75, signed, numbered and titled in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 40cm x 40cm. £150-250

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522. Ronald King (British, b.1932) Slate Lichen I artist’s proof, ed. 50, signed, titled, and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 86.5cm x 57.5cm, unframed. £100-200 523. Ronald King (British, b.1932) Sea Anemone proof, ed. 50, signed, titled, and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 57.7cm x 86.7cm, unframed. £100-200 524. Ronald Brooks Kitaj (American, 1932-2007) Rash Act - B1, 1975 3/30, signed and numbered in pencil (lower left) lithograph 73.5cm x 51.7cm, unframed. £600-800

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529. Ceri Richards (British, 1903-1971) Le Poisson d’Or, 1959 from The Hammerklavier Theme 29/50, signed and numbered in crayon lithograph Unframed 78cm x 50cm. £200-400 530. Carel Weight (British, 1908-1997) Allegro Strepitoso 128/250, signed, numbered and inscribed in pencil lithograph 49.5cm x 64cm. £50-100 531. Carel Weight (British, 1908-1997) The Day of Doom 58/250, signed, numbered and inscribed in pencil lithograph 64cm x 58cm. £50-100

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535. John Hall Thorpe (British, 1874-1947) Primroses signed in pencil (in the margin) woodcut 16.5cm x 15cm. £100-200 536. Elisabeth Frink (British, 1930-1993) Seated Nude, 1982 15/50, signed and numbered in pencil lithograph 64.5cm x 50cm. £600-800

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541. Frank Brangwyn (British, 1867-1956) Paris Bourse signed in pencil (in the margin lower right) etching 17.5cm x 18cm. £80-120 542. Nicholas Hely Hutchinson (British, b.1955) Still life with sea views 82/195, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 45.3cm x 64.3cm. £50-100

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543. Ronald King (British, b.1932) Flower 21/35, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 34cm x 48cm. £80-120 544. (Book) John Piper (British, 1903-1992) India Love Poems, 129/200 signed and numbered by the artist and translator Tambimuttu 18 colour lithograph plates, on arches Velin Paradine, New York/Lyrebird Press bound in quarter brown Niger Morocco, the covers in pure undyed Tussah silk 58cm x 39.5cm. £150-250 545. (Book) John Piper (British, 1903-1992) Stowe, 1983 25/250, signed by the artist and numbered forward by the artist and commentary by Mark Girouard Hurtwood Press, Westerham, Kent with decorated cloth 49.5cm x 39.5cm. £150-250

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546. John Piper (British, 1903-1992) and Josef Herman (Polish, 1911-2000) For the Investiture of the Prince of Wales 54/150, numbered in pencil (in the margin) offset colour lithograph 45.5cm x 72cm. £100-200

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547. Eric Gill (British, 1882-1940) Hottentot, 1920 woodcut from the edition printed from the original blocks, published by Douglas Cleverdon in 1929 20cm x 5cm. Provenance: Sally Hunter Fine Art, London. £80-120 548. Eric Gill (British, 1882-1940) Rachel Rothenstein, 1926 engraving 25cm x 17cm. Provenance: Rachel Ward (nee Rothenstein) and Alan Ward; thence by family descent. £80-120 549. After William Rothenstein (British, 1872-1945) H. Plunket Greene print 25cm x 17.2cm, another of a lady with her hands clasped, 20cm x 21cm and one further of a mother and child, coloured lithograph, 55.5cm x 43cm (3).

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Provenance: Rachel Ward (nee Rothenstein) and Alan Ward; thence by family descent. £80-120 550. Robert Gibbings (British, 1889-1958) Magpie wood block carved 7cm x 12.4cm. Provenance: The father of the current owner knew the artist and it was given as a present to the family. £100-200

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551. Julia Ball (British, b.1930) Ely Blue Tower, 1966 artist’s proof, signed, dated, titled and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) aquatint 38.5cm x 38cm. £50-100 552. Martin Sharp (Australian, 1942-2013) Legalise Cannabis, 1967 gold foil metallic finished poster for Big O Posters 75.3cm x 50cm. £60-100 553. John Piper (British, 1903-1992) Dinton Folly, 1983 (Levinson 367) 93/100, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 46cm x 67cm. £400-700

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554. Frank Brangwyn (British, 1867-1956) The Potteries signed in pencil (in the margin lower right) drypoint etching 21.5cm x 11.8cm. £100-200 555. Mortimer Luddington Menpes (Australian, 1855-1938) Street scene signed in pencil (in the margin lower right) etching 23.5cm x 18cm. £50-100

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558. Eric Gill (British, 1882-1940) The Purchaser wood engraving on tissue paper 13cm x 8.5cm. £100-200 559. Eric Gill (British, 1882-1940) The Soul and The Bridegroom published in the Song of Soul, 1927 wood cut on tissue 8cm x 5.5cm. £100-200

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560. Eric Gill (British, 1882-1940) The Harem woodcut 11.8cm x 9.3cm. £100-200 561. Eric Gill (British, 1882-1940) The Carrying of the Cross wood engraving 11cm x 11cm. £100-200 562. Eric Gill (British, 1882-1940) Madonna and Child wood engraving on tissue 16.3cm x 10cm. £100-200

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563. Georges Hugnet (1906-1974) La Carte Surréaliste, 1937 14 photo-lithographic postcards from the set of 21 printed on pink card each card numbered from the series and with Post Card impression comprising cards designed by Marcel Duchamp, André Breton, Paul Eluard, Salvador Dali, Hans Bellmer, Man Ray, Yves Tanguy, Oscar Dominguez, Hans Arp, George Hugnet, Meret Oppenheim, Jacqueline Breton, Roland Penrose and Marcel Jean each postcard 9cm x 13.9cm (14)

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In the November 3-9 1983 issue of Time Out Magazine they ran a feature on Robert Mapplethorpe to which he personally contributed a number of photographs. Mapplethorpe sent the print of his portrait of Kathy Acker, punk, poet and playwright, specifically for use as a cover image. It was part of a series of portraits of Acker that Mapplethorpe had made of her in 1983. ÂŁ300-500

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565. Bruce McLean (British, b.1944) and Paul Richards (British, b.1949) ‘The Masterwork’ Award Winning FishKnife, 1979 289/300, signed and numbered a performance sculpture by Richards & McLean, with soundscore composed by Michael Nyman cassette with cover over-drawn by Paul Richards and Bruce McLean 10.7cm x 7cm together with a fragment of script of the Bruce McLean performance Sur le Plancher at the Riverside Studios in London on 19 January 1982. £30-70 566. Paul Yule (South African, b.1956) Sir John Gielgud, 1982 11/150, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) photographic print 31.5cm x 21.2cm, unframed. £40-70

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567. Harold Cohen (British, 1928-2016) London/At the Tate, 1983 signed, titled and dated in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 49cm x 60cm, unframed. £50-100 568. David Leverett (British, b.1939) Stations of the Cross, 1980 5/14, signed, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 95cm x 73cm, unframed. £50-100 569. Anthony Gross (British, 1905-1984) Mirville, Normandy, 1924 signed, titled and dated in pencil (in the margin) etching 23cm x 20cm. £150-250 570. Marc Chagall (French, 1887-1985) Assuérus Chasse Vasthi (Mourlot 251) lithograph for the book ‘The Bible’, Paris, 1960 34cm x 25.3cm. Provenance: Purchased at UNIFEM Gala Art Benefit, New York, 17 May 1989. £150-250

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571. John Piper (British, 1903-1992) Easton, Portland, Dorset: St. George Reforne, an 18th-century church among the quarries (Levinson 137) 19/70, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 50cm x 63.5cm. £400-700 572. Chris Orr (British, b.1943) Mirrors - Anything is better than reality no.2, 1970 printer’s proof, 1/11, signed, numbered and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 51cm x 74cm, unframed. £40-70

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573. Inkie (British, b.1970) ‘Deco-Liz’ 17/25, signed and numbered in pencil screenprint 61cm x 47.5cm, unframed. £100-300 574. Inkie (British, b.1970) ‘Salen 3’ 7/50, signed and numbered in pencil screenprint 63cm x 63cm, unframed. £100-300 575. David Jones (British, 1895-1974) The Bride, 1928 for The Rime of the Ancient Mariner No. 3 Proof, signed, dated, numbered and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) engraving 17cm x 13.5cm. £100-200 576. David Jones (British, 1895-1974) Wrecked Boat, 1929 for The Rime of the Ancient Mariner 5/5, signed, dated, numbered and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) engraving 17.5cm x 13.5cm. £100-200

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577. Antony Donaldson (British, b.1939) Treasure Tubes, 1969 set of six, together with frontispieces published in Milan, Edizioni O offset lithographs each image 56.2cm x 80cm, unframed. £100-300

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580. Stamp Out Art Collection of stamps and postcards to include work by David Hockney, Allen Jones, Ralph Steadman, Richard Hamilton, C. Logue produced for Edizioni O various sizes. As a consequence of the prolonged postal strike of 1971, Hockney along with a group of British artists including Allen Jones and Richard Hamilton, published Culture Carriers Stamp Out Art to raise funds for striking workers. ÂŁ200-400

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583. Stanley William Hayter (British, 1901-1988), Dadi Wirz, Gail Singer, Enrique Zanartu and Inger Sitter Untitled (poster for Atelier 17 exhibition at the ICA), 1962 signed in pencil (in the margin) (Black and Moorhead 269) engraving, deep etching, scorper and aquatint 24.3cm x 38.8cm.

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588. Terry Frost (British, 1915-2003) Development of a Square Within a Square (Green), 2000 (Kemp 202) artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil screenprint on wove paper printed at Coriander Studio, London 58.5cm x 58.5cm, unframed. £600-800 589. Terry Frost (British, 1915-2003) Development of a Square Within a Square (Red), 2000 artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil screenprint on wove paper printed at Coriander Studio, London 58.5cm x 58.5cm, unframed. £600-800 590. Terry Frost (British, 1915-2003) Blue Brad, 2003 (Kemp 244) artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) screenprint and collage on Arches paper printed at Coriander Studio, London 29cm x 83.5cm, unframed. £500-800

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596. Gary Hume (British, b.1962) Grey Leaves artist’s proof, signed, titled and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 54.5cm x 44.5cm, unframed. £500-800 597. Charles Blackman (Australian, b.1928) The Race 80/100, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 53.5cm x 74.5cm. £80-120 598. Fraser Taylor (British, b.1960) ‘Long Line’, 1995 signed and dated in pencil (in the margin) monoprint 44cm x 54.5cm. £150-250 599. Walter Richard Sickert (British, 1860-1942) Red Cross, circa 1916 titled and inscribed in pencil ‘State unique proof before letters’ soft ground etching on wove paper 24.5cm x 34.5cm.

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602. Charles William Taylor (British, 1878-1960) The Farmyard 4/50, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) wood engraving 18.5cm x 24cm. £80-120 603. Valerie Thornton (British, 1931-1991) St. Gilles, 1975 16/70, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) aquatint 58.3cm x 37.5cm. £80-120

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604. Fred Burridge (British, c.1869-1945) A Dancing Sky singed in pencil (in the margin) etching 20cm x 25cm. £40-80 605. Gwen Raverat (British, 1885-1947) ‘Apple Pickers’ and ‘The Farm Pond’ each signed and titled in pencil (in the margin) woodcuts 10.5cm x 12.7cm and 7cm x 10cm, both under the same mount (2). £100-300 606. Mills Tide Line 25/50, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) woodcut 21.5cm x 17.2cm. £40-70 607. Francis John Winter (British, 1901-1996) Otter, 1966 20/50, signed, dated, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) woodcut 25.3cm x 20cm. £50-100

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608. Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe (British, 1901-1979) Goshawk 33/50, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) woodcut 33cm x 14cm. £100-200 609. Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe (British, 1901-1979) Geese 24/50, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) woodcut 13.5cm x 40.5cm. £150-250

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612. Paul Hogarth (British, 1917-2001) and Robert Graves (British, 1895-1985) Deya, 1972 18/75, each lithograph signed and numbered by the artist and the portfolio signed and numbered by the author five lithographs, together with presentation portfolio on Arches paper, published by Motif Editions each lithograph 54cm x 74cm. £200-300

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613. Robin Tanner (British, 1904-1988) Wiltshire Roadmaker 13/50, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) published by Penn Print Room, 1974 etching 9.8cm x 14.5cm, unframed. £150-250 614. Robin Tanner (British, 1904-1988) Martin’s Hovel 13/50, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) published by Penn Print Room, 1974 etching 16.3cm x 21.2cm. £200-400

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621. Robin Tanner (British, 1904-1988) The Clapper Bridge 13/50, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) published by Penn Print Room, 1974 etching 17.5cm x 24.3cm, unframed. £200-400 622. Robin Tanner (British, 1904-1988) The Plough 13/50, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) published by Penn Print Room, 1974 etching 16cm x 18.5cm. £250-350

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628. Brian Fielding (British, 1933-1987) Five sided form, circa 1982 artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) lithograph published by Royal College of Art, London from 35 Artists Printmaking, Folio 1 47cm x 46cm. £100-200 629. No Lot 630. Philip Reeves (British, b.1931) Tower Block, 1982 10/10, signed, titled and numbered in pencil etching and aquatint 60.5cm x 68cm. £200-300

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Paintings 636. See page 175 637. Alan Tugwell (British, Contemporary) Driftwood sculpture on black wooden base 109cm high. £100-150 638. Jeffrey Kroll (American, b.1963) Marea signed and titled (to reverse) oils on canvas 83cm x 66cm.

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643. Tom Coates (British, b.1941) Alfred Daniels Painting on the Thames monogrammed (lower left) oils on canvas on board 24.2cm x 19cm. £200-400 644. Frank Colclough (British, b.1975) Still life of oranges and fushia signed (lower right) oils on board 24cm x 24cm. £150-250 645. Frank Downton (British, b.1936) Untitled op-art signed (to reverse) hand cut vinyl 51.5cm x 51.5cm, unframed. £150-250

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649. Henderson Cisz (Brazilian, b.1960) Calm Waters signed (lower right) oils on canvas 49cm x 49cm. £300-500 650. Alexander Ross-Innes (South African, 1915-1996) The Blue Urn signed (lower left), titled (to reverse) oils on canvas 60cm x 49.7cm. £1000-2000 651. See page 178

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657. Anthony Gross (British, 1905-1984) Algeria signed and titled in pencil ink and watercolour 35.3cm x 52.7cm. £250-350 658. Rose Hilton (British, b.1931) (attributed to) On the bed initialled (lower right) oils on canvas 39cm x 49.5cm. £300-500

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663. Luke Piper (British, b.1966) Village near Segou, Senegal, 1995 signed and dated (lower right) ink, watercolour and gouache 30cm x 39cm. £100-200

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665. Luke Piper (British, b.1966) Frome II, 1993 signed and dated (lower right) mixed media 53.5cm x 73.5cm. £150-250 666. Christine Barnett (British, b.1963) Inspiration, 1997 initialled and dated (lower left) watercolour 74.5cm x 106cm. £80-120

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674. William Rothenstein (British, 1872-1945) Portrait of Lady, 1921 signed and dated (lower right), and inscribed ‘For Mrs Ward’ coloured chalks 27.5cm x 20cm. Provenance: Rachel Ward (nee Rothenstein) and Alan Ward; thence by family descent. £200-300

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669. Ernest Howard Shepard (British, 1879-1976) A terribly sleepy Mole initialled in pencil (lower left) for The Wind in the Willows, Kenneth Grahame 1931 edition pencil 11.5cm x 6.5cm. Provenance: Estate of the Artist; Sally Hunter Fine Art, London; Miss S. Sinclair, 1992; Private Collection. Exhibited: Sally Hunter Fine Art, London, E. H. Shepard; The Wind in the Willows, December 1992, No. 58. ÂŁ800-1200

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670. Ernest Howard Shepard (British, 1879-1976) Studies of Mole, 1947 pencil 15cm x 14.5cm. Provenance: Estate of the Artist; The Fine Art Society, London; Lady Cadbury, 2002; Private Collection. Exhibited: The Fine Art Society, London, E. H. Shepard, December 2002, No. 58. ÂŁ500-700 671. Ernest Howard Shepard (British, 1879-1976) The Feathered Hat dated in pencil (lower right) pencil 13.5cm x 14.5cm. Provenance: Estate of the Artist; Sally Hunter Fine Art, London; Lady Cadbury, 1997; Private Collection. Exhibited: Sally Hunter Fine Art, London, E. H. Shepard, December 1997, No.114. ÂŁ150-250

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672. George Hammond Steel (British, 1900-1960) The Bell Tent, Derbyshire, 1936 signed and dated (lower right) oils on canvas 53.5cm x 74cm. Provenance: Rachel Ward (nee Rothenstein) and Alan Ward; thence by family descent. ÂŁ1500-2500

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675. William Rothenstein (British, 1872-1945) Rachel Rothenstein and her sister pencil 30.5cm x 23.5cm. Provenance: Rachel Ward (nee Rothenstein) and Alan Ward; thence by family descent. £200-400 676. William Rothenstein (British, 1872-1945) Mother and Child coloured crayons 25cm x 28.5cm. Provenance: Rachel Ward (nee Rothenstein) and Alan Ward; thence by family descent. £200-400

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681. Walter Knewstub (Britsih, 1830-1906) Portrait of girl, possibly Alice Knewstub (later Lady Rothenstein) monogrammed (lower left) watercolours and gouache 30.5cm x 21.7cm. Provenance: Rachel Ward (nee Rothenstein) and Alan Ward; thence by family descent. £200-400 682. William Gear (British, 1915-1997) Coloured Ink Study No. 6, 1957 signed and dated in pencil (lower right) coloured inks 33.5cm x 44.5cm. £300-500

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‘In all her dewy beauty bright, unfolding fair the glories of her form’.

688. William Russell Flint (British, 1880-1969) Mlle Louisette Lacharme Rebuffat initialled (lower left), signed and titled in pencil (to reverse) chalk 26cm x 18cm. Provenance: The Fine Art Society, London, 1955.

Illustrated: William Russell Flint, Minxes Admonished or Beauty Reproved - The Golden Cockerel Press, London 1955, p.75. Recommended by Archdeacon Hubbub for Le Triomphe de La Coquetterie £2500-3500

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690. Elisabeth Vellacott (British, 1905-2002) Trees by Lake Gwernan, 1972 signed (lower right), titled and dated (to reverse) graphite stick 45.5cm x 55cm. Provenance: The New Art Centre, London; Private Collection. £200-400 691. See page 190

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697. Ken Moroney (British, b.1949) Seated Lady signed (lower left) oils on board 22.5cm x 17.5cm. £250-350 698. Ken Moroney (British, b.1949) Lydstep, Tenby signed (lower left), titled (to reverse) oils on board 16.5cm x 28.8cm. £300-400 699. Zoltan Szabo (Hungarian, 1928-2003) Women Bathing signed and dated (lower right) pastels 67.5cm x 98cm.

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Provenance: Kormendi Galeria, Budapest. £150-250 700. Orlando Greenwood (British, 1892-1989) The Departure of Orpah artist’s studio sale stamp (to reverse) oils on canvas 63cm x 50.5cm, unframed. Provenance: Christie’s, London, Orlando Greenwood Studio Sale, 11 October 1990. £250-350 701. Peter Till (British, b.1945) Eight illustrations for Time Out Magazine pen and ink each signed the largest 28.5cm x 15.7cm, unframed (8). £100-200 702. Ian Pollock (British, b.1950) Illustration for Time Out Magazine, 1983 signed pen and ink 27.5cm x 22.7cm. £50-100

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703. Josh Kirby (British, 1928-2001) The Sentinel Stars, 1963 cover illustration and another illustration the former signed (lower right) gouache each 37.5cm x 22.7cm, unframed (2). Literature: Louis Charbonneau, The Sentinel Stars, Transworld Publishers, Corgi Edition, 1964. This lot is sold together with an original version of the paperback. £100-300 704. Jean Tinguely (Swiss, 1925-1991) Meta-matic drawing, 1982 signed in pen blue felt pen on paper 33cm x 27cm.

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Provenance: This drawing was created by the 1959 sculpture Meta-matic No.13 at the Private View of the Tinguely retrospective at the Tate Gallery, London on 7 September 1982 and was immediately signed for the owner personally. £100-200 705. Jean Tinguely (Swiss, 1925-1991) Meta-matic drawing, 1982 signed in pen orange, blue, red and green felt pen on paper 33cm x 27cm. Provenance: This drawing was created by the 1959 sculpture Meta-matic No.13 at the Private View of the Tinguely retrospective at the Tate Gallery, London on 7 September 1982 and was immediately signed for the owner personally. £100-200 706. Josh Kirby (British, 1928-2001) Fahrenheit 451 original cover illustration signed (lower right) pen and gouache 37.5cm x 22.7cm, unframed. Literature: Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451, Transworld Publishers, Corgi Edition, 1963. This lot is sold together with an original version of the paperback. £200-300

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707. Eric Gill (British, 1882-1940) Female Nude, 1928 initialled, dated and inscribed in pencil (lower right) pencil and crayon 42cm x 26cm. Provenance: Christie’s, London, 24 October 2007, lot 81; Private Collection. £1000-2000

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708. Joan Gillchrest (British, 1918-2008) High Tide, Newlyn monogrammed (lower right), titled (to reverse) oils on board 70cm x 85cm. ÂŁ2000-3000 709. Joan Gillchrest (British, 1918-2008) Port Isaac monogrammed (lower right) oils on board 68cm x 46.5cm. ÂŁ2000-3000

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‘... lovers, locked in each other, a single bipolar entity, oblivious to the outside, reaffirming each his existence in the other. And the threat of parting never far away’

710. Keith Vaughan (British, 1912-1977) The Kiss, 1943 studio stamp (lower right) pencil on paper 11cm x 14cm, unframed. Provenance: from the Keith Vaughan sketchbook, 1943; Professor John Ball; Hargreaves & Ball Trust; Private Collection. £800-1200

(Keith Vaughan to John Lehmann, undated letter from NCC Ward Barracks, Bulford, Wilts, quoted in Malcolm Yorke, Keith Vaughan: His Life and Work, Constable, London, 1990, p.97).

Keith Vaughan (1912-1977) - Lots 710 to 715 From the Artist’s Sketchbook, 1943 During the war, as a conscientious objector, Keith Vaughan served in the Pioneer Corps and during this period he was influenced by the romantic landscape tradition and particularly Graham Sutherland. Although there is a debt to be played to Sutherland in these compositions in terms of technique, by this point in his career Vaughan had created his own unique vision and artistic standpoint and these drawings record points in his life during the war. The Kiss is important for Vaughan, as it features both a man and a women entwined as its central focus point, an unusual motif as female figures were rare in his artistic oeuvre and it relates to the gouache sold in these rooms in December 2014.

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711. Keith Vaughan (British, 1912-1977) Three nude figures in landscape studio stamp (lower right) pencil on paper 11cm x 15cm, unframed. Provenance: from the Keith Vaughan sketchbook, 1943; Professor John Ball; Hargreaves & Ball Trust; Private Collection. £500-700 712. Keith Vaughan (British, 1912-1977) Figures and children in landscape studio stamp (lower left) pencil on paper 11cm x 14.5cm, unframed. Provenance: from the Keith Vaughan sketchbook, 1943; Professor John Ball; Hargreaves & Ball Trust; Private Collection. £500-700 713. Keith Vaughan (British, 1912-1977) Tree stump studio stamp (lower right) pencil on paper 8.8cm x 8.3cm, unframed. Provenance: from the Keith Vaughan sketchbook, 1943; Professor John Ball; Hargreaves & Ball Trust; Private Collection. £300-500 714. Keith Vaughan (British, 1912-1977) The Quarry studio stamp (lower right) pencil on paper 9.5cm x 18cm, unframed. Provenance: from the Keith Vaughan sketchbook, 1943; Professor John Ball; Hargreaves & Ball Trust; Private Collection. £300-500 715. Keith Vaughan (British, 1912-1977) Conifer Trees ink on paper 12cm x 17.5cm, unframed. Provenance: from the Keith Vaughan sketchbook, 1943; Professor John Ball; Hargreaves & Ball Trust; Private Collection. £100-200

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716. Mary Potter (British, 1900-1981) Still life of white rose oils on canvas 49.5cm x 34.2cm. Provenance: The current vendor’s mother was friends with Mary Potter and this was given to the family; thence by family descent. £800-1200 717. See page 198 718. Donald McIntyre (British, 1923-2009) Garden terrace initialled (lower left) oils on board 33.8cm x 33.8cm. £800-1200

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719. See page 199 720. Hattakitkosol Somchair (Thai, 1934-2000) Abstract sculpture 23/1000, stamped and numbered (to the bronze) bronze on marble base overall 20cm high, 23cm across. £100-200 721. John Horsewell (British, b.1952) Spring in Provence signed (lower right) oils on board 58.5cm x 58cm. £80-120 722. Susannah Fiennes (British, b.1961) The Big Wheel I oils on canvas 121.5cm x 91cm. £100-300 723. Peter Markham Scott (British, 1909-1989) Swans initialled in pen (lower right) pen highlighted in white 22.7cm x 12.5cm. £300-500

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717. Guy Taplin (British, b.1939) Lapwings and Golden Plovers on Driftwood each signed and inscribed painted wood and steel the driftwood 100cm across. ÂŁ2500-3500

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724. Victor Reinganum (British, 1907-1995) Abstract in orange, yellow and black, 1965 signed and dated (lower right) oils on board 33cm x 43.5cm, unframed. £400-600 725. Victor Reinganum (British, 1907-1995) Abstract in greens and black, 1965 signed and dated (lower right) oils on board 33cm x 42.8cm, unframed. £400-600 726. Alfred Daniels (British, 1924-2015) Reindeers in snow, 2004 signed and dated (lower left) oils on board 29.5cm x 38.5cm. £400-600

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727. Alfred Daniels (British, 1924-2015) Dalwhinnie Distillery signed and dated (lower left) oils on board 31.8cm x 40cm. Provenance: Rona Gallery, London. £400-600 728. Alfred Daniels (British, 1924-2015) Cragganmore Distillery, Ballindaloch, 2003 signed and dated (lower left) oils on board 29.2cm x 39cm. Provenance: Rona Gallery, London. £400-600 729. Alfred Daniels (British, 1924-2015) Shepherd and Flock of Sheep, 2004 signed and dated (lower left) oils on board 33cm x 39.5cm. £400-600

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730. Alfred Daniels (British, 1924-2015) The Glenlivet Distillery as Ballindaloch, 2005 signed and dated (lower left) oils on board 30.3cm x 39.5cm. Provenance: Rona Gallery, London. £400-600 731. Michael Heindorff (German, b.1949) Untitled, 1991 signed and dated (to reverse) oils on aluminium 12cm x 15cm, unframed.

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Provenance: Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London. £100-200 732. Michael Heindorff (German, b.1949) Untitled (L4-M9), 1991 signed and dated (to reverse) oils on aluminium 18cm x 20.2cm, unframed. Provenance: Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London. £100-200 733. Michael Heindorff (German, b.1949) Untitled (L4-M9, Yellow), 1991 signed and dated (to reverse) oils on aluminium 18cm x 20.2cm, unframed. Provenance: Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London. £100-200

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737. Frederick Gore (British, 1913-2009) Self portrait of the artist on a Provencal terrace signed oils on canvas 39.5cm x 49cm. £2000-3000 738. Noel Coward (British, 1899-1973) On the beach signed (lower left) oils on board 28.5cm x 48.5cm.

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Provenance: Gift from the artist to Cole Lesley, and thence by descent. £2000-3000 739. Anthony Curtis (British, b.1928) Abstract, 1961 signed and dated (lower right) watercolour 27.5cm x 37cm. £50-100 740. Guy Warren (Australian, b.1921) Bathers and Jungle, 1959 inscribed and dated (to reverse) oils on board 33cm x 48.5cm. Exhibited: Bear Lane Gallery, Oxford, January 1960. £200-400 741. Louis Robert James (Australian, 1920-1996) Landscape, 1958 signed and dated (lower left) oils in board 23.5cm x 48.5cm. £200-400 742. Manner of Henri Gaudier-Brzeska Untitled bronze the bronze 22.2cm across. £100-300

743. Eric James Malthouse (British, 1914-1997) Goats, 1948 inscribed and signed on letter (to reverse) pen, ink and watercolour 13.4cm x 18.3cm. Provenance: Collection of Desmond Morris. £100-300

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744. Eric James Malthouse (British, 1914-1997) Cockerel and Baby, 1949 inscribed and signed on letter (to reverse) pen, ink and gouache 19.3cm x 22.5cm. Provenance: Oscar Mellor; Collection of Desmond Morris. £200-400 745. Scottie Wilson (British, 1888-1972) Swans, Fish and Butterflies signed (lower right) ink and gouache 37cm x 25cm. Provenance: Collection of Desmond Morris. £300-500

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746. Victor Pasmore (British, 1908-1998) Line drawing, 1992 initialled in pencil computer generated drawing 21cm x 29.5cm. Provenance: Collection of Desmond Morris. Together with a facsimile copy of the letter from Victor Pasmore to Desmond Morris to the reverse of the picture, explaining the experiment and process of creating this art work. The letter inscribed: ‘Dear Desmond, Following your experiment to ‘create’ art with a drawing computer I have tried a drawing myself and enclose a larger hand-drawn extension. As I see it, after my experiment, the computer could be useful to the painter by producing a dictionary of variations on a particular form to which he can refer. In other words the computer could function as an additional tool to the pencil or paintbrush, but not as a substitute. A combination of the two, would be my choice. What do you think? All good wishes - Victor.’ £600-900

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747. Haydon Williams (British, b.1942) 3D Box Painting, 1969 signed and dated (to reverse) 44cm x 31cm, 14cm deep. Provenance: Drian Gallery, London; Collection of Desmond Morris. £200-400

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748. P. J. Crook (British, b.1945) ‘Neck & Neck’, 1993-4 signed (lower right), titled and dated (to reverse) liquitox acrylic 22.8cm x 56.5cm. Provenance: Portal Gallery, London. £600-800

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749. Clinton King Vezillon, 1969 signed, titled and dated (lower right) ink and gouache 36.2cm x 53.4cm. £200-300 750. Austin Osman Spare (British, 1886-1956) Fantasy landscape signed (lower right) pencil and watercolour 25.3cm x 26.7cm. £400-600

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751. Mabel Killam Day (Canadian, 1884-1959) Desolate tree landscape signed (lower right) oils on canvas 59.5cm x 50cm. £100-300 752. Ken Howard (British, b.1932) Canal View, Venice signed (lower left) oils on board 24.5cm x 19.3cm. £600-800 753. Thomas John Coates (British, b.1941) Two nudes monogrammed (lower left) oils on board 29cm x 28.5cm. £300-500 754. Leonard Rosoman (British, 1913-2012) Overhanging Branch signed (lower left) oils on canvas 59.5cm x 44.5cm. £600-900

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755. Tullio Gasperi (Italian, b.1923) ‘Le Due Civilta’, 1969 signed and dated oils on board 78.5cm x 58.5cm. £100-200 756. Tullio Gasperi (Italian, b.1923) ‘La Caduta’ and ‘L’eta Dell’Oro’, 1969 each signed and dated (lower right), titled (to reverse) oils on board 47cm x 36.5cm and 48cm x 38cm (2). £200-300

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763. Leon Bakst (Russian, 1866-1924) (attributed to) Cart with Red Wheels pencil watercolour and gouache 9cm x 11.7cm. Provenance: Purportedly from The Fine Art Society, London. £100-300

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767. John McLean (British, b.1939) Bunting, 1993 initialled and dated in pencil (lower right) acrylic on paper 28.5cm x 37.5cm. Provenance: Francis Graham-Dixon Gallery, London. £200-400

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Provenance: Francis Graham-Dixon Gallery, London, 1991. £1000-2000 770. Derek Roberts (British, b.1947) Pinewood, Winter Sun No.3, 1984-5 signed, dated and titled (to reverse) ink and watercolour 75cm x 105cm. Provenance: Francis Graham-Dixon Gallery, London, 1990. £200-300

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774. Walter Nessler (German, 1912-2001) Mountain Flowers, 1975 signed (lower right), titled and dated (to reverse) mixed media 74cm x 54cm. £300-400 775. Walter Nessler (German, 1912-2001) Falling figures and animals signed (lower left) mixed media 69cm x 90.5cm. £300-500

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1949 was an important year for Trevelyan, as he began teaching at the Chelsea School of Art and it marked the first point that he travelled on holiday with the artist Mary Fedden, his future wife. It was after a party at Fedden’s Redcliffe Gardens Chelsea studio that Mary asked Julian to drive her to Taormina in Sicily and it is presumably on this trip that this significant landscape was conceived.

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781. Manual Espinola Gomez (Uruguay, 1921-2003) Serie Divertimentos o Improvisaciones, 1997 initialled and dated in pencil (to reverse) mixed media 81cm x 56cm. Provenance: Galeria Latina, Montevideo, Uruguay. £100-200 782. Pat Cleary (British, 20th Century) Quarry Miner’s Hut signed (lower right) oils on board 47.8cm x 60cm. £200-400

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787. John Bratby (British, 1928-1992) The Aphrodite Girl, 1991 signed, titled and dated in pencil (lower left) crayons 56cm x 37.5cm. £150-250 788. Neil Clark (British, 1928-2014) ‘The Photographer, the Dog and the Menopausal Women’ inscribed and titled (to reverse) oils on canvas 112cm x 104cm. £300-500

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789. John Bratby (British, 1928-1992) Birling Gap, East Sussex signed (lower left) oils on canvas 86cm x 119cm. £1500-2500 790. Pierre Lesieur (French, 1922-2011) Interior, circa 1962 signed and dated (lower left) oils on canvas 38cm x 38cm. £700-900

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791. Kate Nicholson (British, b.1929) Eigg Seascape, 1980 signed, titled and dated (to reverse) oils on canvas 25cm x 30cm. £200-400 792. Ken Howard (British, b.1932) Mevagissey signed (lower left) oils on canvas 49cm x 59cm. £1000-2000

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793. Francisco Rodriguez SanchezClement (Spanish, 1893-1968) ‘Bras en Bleue’ signed (lower right) oils on canvas 54.5cm x 44.8cm. Provenance: Frost and Reed. £200-400

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794. Jonny de Vins (British, b.1960) Engine of Forgiveness signed (lower left) oils and mixed media on board 43cm x 55.8cm. £100-200 795. Jonny de Vins (British, b.1960) ‘Stille Nacht, Ost Berlin, 1987’ signed (lower left), titled (to reverse) oils and mixed media on board 49cm x 59cm. £100-200

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796 and 797. See page 217 798. Paul Kuhfuss (German, 1883-1960) Herbstblumen in weisser Vase, 1938/52 signed (lower left) mixed media 72.5cm x 59.5cm. Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 309. £300-500 799. Paul Kuhfuss (German, 1883-1960) Haystacks (‘Garben in Sonnenschein’), 1938 signed (lower right), titled and dated (to reverse) oils 58cm x 76cm.

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Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 672. £400-600 800. Paul Kuhfuss (German, 1883-1960) ‘Hohe Dune’ Vidden (Boat Scene), 1939 signed in pen (lower right) mixed media 37.8cm x 58cm

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Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 192. £200-400 801. Paul Kuhfuss (German, 1883-1960) Auf dem Heimweg, 1939 signed in pen (lower right), titled (to reverse) mixed media 38cm x 57.5cm. Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 184. £300-500

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796. Rigby Graham (British, 1931-2015) Hebridean Landscape signed (lower right), titled (to reverse) oils on board 62.3cm x 36.3cm. Provenance: Austen Hayes Gallery, York. ÂŁ2000-3000 797. Rigby Graham (British, 1931-2015) Le Pouldu, 1956 signed titled and dated pen and watercolour 27.5cm x 37cm. ÂŁ500-700

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802. Paul Kuhfuss (German, 1883-1960) ‘Dunung’ (Beach Scene), 1939 signed in pen (lower right) mixed media 36.7cm x 36.5cm. Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 186. £200-300

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803. Paul Kuhfuss (German, 1883-1960) ‘Trinkendes Pferd am Haft’, (Coastal scene with drinking horse) 1939 signed (lower right) gouache 38.3cm x 58.3cm. Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 187. £200-400

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804. Paul Kuhfuss (German, 1883-1960) Sheep, 1938 signed (lower right) black chalk 47.5cm x 63.5cm. Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 39. £200-400 805. Paul Kuhfuss (German, 1883-1960) Pigs, 1939/41 signed in pen (lower right), inscribed (to the mount) oils on paper 39cm x 58.5cm, unframed.

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Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 181. £200-400 806. Paul Kuhfuss (German, 1883-1960) Farmyard, 1955 signed and dated in pencil black chalk 29.8cm x 42cm.

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Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 1742 or 1747. £150-250

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807. Paul Kuhfuss (German, 1883-1960) Farm scene with chickens, 1955 signed and dated in pencil black chalk 29.7cm x 42cm. Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 1742 or 1747. £150-250

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808. Paul Kuhfuss (German, 1883-1960) ‘Im Bauernhof’, 1955 signed and dated in pencil coloured chalks 28.5cm x 40.3cm. Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 847. £150-250

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809. Ernst Vollbehr (German, 1876-1960) ‘Hochmoor bei Bernau’, 1922 signed, dated and titled in pencil gouache 35cm x 46cm. £100-200 810. Richard Bawden (British, b.1936) Bottengoms Farm ink and watercolour 35cm x 51cm.

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Provenance: Bankside Gallery, London. £150-250 811. John Scorror O’Connor (British, 1913-2004) Landscape with barn signed (lower right) watercolour 46.5cm x 59cm. £150-250

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812. Duncan Grant (British, 1885-1978) Reclining Nude ink and charcoal 12.5cm x 16.5cm. Provenance: Paul Roche Estate; Louise Kosman, Edinburgh. £500-700 813. Alan Reynolds (British, 1926-2014) ‘Movement and The Plant’, 1954 signed and dated (lower right), titled (to reverse) ink on paper 32cm x 16cm. £1000-2000 814. Roger Hilton (British, 1911-1975) Nude studio stamp (to reverse) pen on paper 18cm x 25cm. £1000-2000

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815. Keith Vaughan (British, 1912-1976) Still Life and Figures, circa 1960s three sketches studio stamp (to one) pencil on paper 24cm x 16cm, 16.5cm x 13.5cm and 24cm x 18cm. £2000-3000 816. Donald Wells (British, b.1929) Abstract in red, blues and yellow, 1963 signed and dated (to reverse) oils on paper 35cm x 28cm. £300-400

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817. Celia Read (British, 20th Century) Mother and Child gouache signed (lower right) 35.5cm x 19cm. £50-100 818. Roy Turner Durrant (British, 1925-1998) Untitled Head, 1979 2783, signed, dated and numbered in pencil mixed media and collage 18.5cm x 10.5cm. £200-300

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819. Alexander Robertson (1925-1978) Untitled studio stamp (to reverse) mixed media wood relief 57cm x 75cm. £200-300 820. Manner of John Wells (British, 1907-2000) Untitled bears signature and inscribed pencil and gouache 38cm x 49cm. £100-300 821. Victor Anton (British, 1909-1980) Linear Study artist’s label black on perspex 76.7cm x 56cm. £400-600

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822. See page 222 823. MacDonald (20th Century) Three female figures, 1939 signed and dated ink on paper 15.5cm x 14cm. £50-100

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824. Henry Cliffe (British, 1919-1983) Three abstract reliefs each stamped artist’s estate studio mark (to reverse) plaster the largest 19.5cm x 23.5cm (3). £600-800 825. Vivian ap Rhys Pryce (British, b.1937) Youth and Child 3/9, stamped foundry mark, titled, numbered and inscribed (on label) bronze the bronze 15cm high. £100-150 826. Donald McGill (British, 1875-1962) ‘We’ve been engaged a year, don’t you think we ought to speak to the parents about getting married?’ ‘Why, I always thought they were!!’ signed (lower left) gouache 18.5cm x 13.8cm. £150-250 827. Fred Dubery (British, 1926-2011) Village Street signed (lower right) oils on canvas 49.5cm x 74.5cm. £80-120

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828. Michael Hole (20th Century) Extending forms sculpture painted white wood on stand 130cm high overall. £100-200 829. Peter Markham Scott (British, 1909-1989) Jay, 1951 signed and dated (lower left) oils on canvas board 33.5cm x 23.5cm. £600-800

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CONDITIONS OF SALE Mallams carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein. 1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions: (a) “auctioneer” means the firm of Mallams or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Mallams accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising; (g) “You”, “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2. (h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate. 2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (2) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. (3)The Auctioneers reserve the right to charge a deposit for certain lots. These will be indicated before the sale. 3. INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. 4. THE PURCHASE PRICE The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 20%. This premium is subject to VAT at the rate imposed by law. 5. VALUE ADDED TAX Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk or double asterisk. Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant Lots. (Please refer to “Information for Buyers” for a brief explanation of the VAT position). 6. PAYMENT (1) Immediately a Lot is sold you will: (a) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (b) pay to us the total amount due in cash or in such other way as is agreed by us. (2) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied. 7. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (1) The ownership of any Lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due. (2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges. (3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. 8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES (1) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (b) to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; (c) to resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (d) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; (f) to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (h) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. (2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions 9. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale.

10. COMMISSION AND TELEPHONE BIDS Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular Lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we will if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf or by telephone. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. 11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. 12. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 13. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot. 14. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 “information to buyers”. (2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. 15. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the Lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the Lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale. GENERAL 16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 17 (1) any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (2). Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue. 20. 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