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MODERN LIVING - MALLAMS CHELTENHAM - WEDNESDAY 16th AUGUST 2017

Modern Living Wednesday 16th August 2017 CHELTENHAM

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The House & Garden Sale 9th and 10th October 2017 at 11am Suitable Entries Invited Closing date 8th September 2017

Arts + Crafts, Design + Studio Ceramics December 2017

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To include entries of: Decorative Furniture, Pictures, Carpets, Tapestries, Sculpture, Architectural Elements, Garden Ornament, Coins, Silver

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Modern Living Wednesday 16th August 2017 at 11am

Viewing Friday 11th August 10am - 4pm Monday 14th August 9am - 7pm Tuesday 15th August 9am - 5pm And the morning of the sale

Auction Mallams Grosvenor Galleries 26 Grosvenor Street Cheltenham GL52 2SG

Enquiries Condition Reports & Images Darren Ball cheltenham@mallams.co.uk

Specialist Max Fisher max.fisher@mallams.co.uk

Conditions of sale This auction is subject to Important Notices, Conditions of Sale and Reserves.

Bids 01242 235712 01242 241943 (Fax) To bid via the internet please go to www.the-saleroom.com

Condition Reports Please note that there are no condition reports printed in the catalogue or on any website listing.

Or to view the catalogue online go to www.mallams.co.uk

They are available on request from the office or by email cheltenham@mallams.co.uk

Front cover – Lot 203 Back Cover - Lot 114


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

Explanation of Picture Cataloguing Terms 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. 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.

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.

‘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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Order of Sale

Modern Living Wednesday 16th August 2017 at 11am

Furniture & Lighting

1 - 122

Paintings & Prints

123 - 235

Ceramics & Glass

236 - 373

Silver, Jewellery & Works of Art

374 - 479

Condition Reports and Images: cheltenham@mallams .co.uk Important notice: Buyer’s premium 24% inclusive of VAT on each lot Credit card fees where applicable are 2.28% inclusive of VAT Please note that condition reports are not printed in the catalogue or on our website however, we are happy to provide them when requested subject to our terms and conditions of sale. The absence of any reference to condition in any description does not imply the lot is without fault.


Furniture & Lighting Lots 1-122


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1. Malcolm ‘Foxman’ Pipes Pair of carved oak hall chairs the backs carved with scrolling flowers above plank seat, all raised on octagonal splayed legs carved fox signature 92cm high, 36cm wide, 42cm deep (2). £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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4. Alan ‘Acornman’ Grainger Acorn Industries oak spinning chair heart shaped cut out back on three octagonal legs 81cm high, 37cm wide, 36cm deep. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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2. Arts & Crafts Adjustable stained wood armchair, circa 1900 with leather seat cushion and brass mechanism, on brass castors 103cm high, 64cm wide, 70cm deep. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

5. Colin ‘Beaverman’ Almack Oak refectory dining table and four chairs table with adzed top on two octagonal supports joined by stretcher, chairs with lattice back over leather seats and octagonal supports each piece with carved beaver signature table 74cm high, 76cm wide, 122cm long, chairs 86cm high, 45cm wide, 42cm deep. £600-900 (plus 24%BP*)

3. Manner of Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott (1865-1945) Glasgow School oak hall chair, circa 1905 slender back inlaid with tulip design, over leather seat and heart pierced frame, on square cut legs 104cm high, 41cm wide, 38cm deep. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

6. Alan ‘Acornman’ Grainger Acorn Industries walnut side table with single drawer to front, pegged construction carved acorn signature 59cm high, 56cm wide, 37cm deep. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

7. Hornslet Mobelfabrik Rosewood sideboard Fitted four drawers, flanked by cupboard drawers Stamped manufacturer’s mark 199cm across.

8. Heltborg Mobler Rosewood coffee table circular top on chrome base labelled 96cm diameter.

This lot is sold together with an Article 10 Licence. £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

This lot is sold together with an Article 10 Licence. £100-300 (plus 24%BP*)

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12. Heals Oak bureau, circa 1920 fall front, over five drawers with ebony handles raised on turned supports 112cm high, 91.5cm wide, 45.5cm deep. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

15. Arts & Crafts Pair of stools, circa 1900 woven rush seats, ebonised turned wood frame 33cm high, 69.5cm across (2). £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

10. Heals ‘Letchworth’ oak compactum/nursery cupboard, circa 1910 cupboard and four drawers flanked by one long cupboard all with turned handles, on square cut supports 123cm high, 121cm wide, 47cm deep. £500-800 (plus 24%BP*)

13. Arts & Crafts Orkney oak child’s chair, early 20th Century woven back and seat, scrolled arms and tapering legs possibly retailed by Liberty & Co. 85cm high, 53cm wide. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

16. Manner of Cotswold School Oak organist bench curved front, pegged construction 68cm high, 127cm wide, 28cm deep. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

11. Heals Oak dressing chest, circa 1905 swing mirror over drawers and cupboard section, with stylised brass handles 167cm high, 84cm wide, 48cm deep. £400-600 (plus 24%BP*)

14. Russell of Broadway Draw leaf dining table, probably designed by Frank Whitton oak, with octagonal legs ‘Russell of Broadway’ label, bears stamped Utility symbol, circa 1947 76.5cm high, 83cm across. It is unusual to find a utility scheme piece both designed and made by Gordon Russell. £100-300 (plus 24%BP*)

17. Liberty & Co. Oak occasional table, circa 1900 circular top over three pierced legs united by under shelf 68cm high, 42cm wide. See D.Bennett Liberty Furniture p.143 Fig 4.117. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

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9. Heals Oak cupboard, circa 1920 panelled front with turned handles, on bun feet ‘Heal & Sons’ ivorine label to inside door 78cm high, 77cm wide, 44cm deep. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)


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18. Manner of Liberty & Co. Armchair, circa 1900 with Moorish style beaded back, over open arms and fabric seat 128cm high, 53cm wide, 43cm deep. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

19. Heals Child’s mahogany compactum, circa 1910 mirrored section and small cupboard section with ‘Heal & Son beds and bedding’ ivorine label 154cm high, 74cm wide, 44cm deep. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

20. Liberty & Co. Mahogany occasional table, circa 1905 the rectangular top over turned tapering legs united by under shelf paper label 60cm high, 61cm wide, 40cm deep. £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

21. Reynolds of Ludlow Naturalistic yew coffee table in the style of George Nakashima, on turned legs brass label to underside 41cm high, 156cm long. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

22. Arts & Crafts Oak centre table, circa 1920 two tier form, on circular legs 75cm high, 71cm wide, 45cm deep. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

23. Cotswold style Small elm occasional table of pegged construction stamped ‘R W Phillips’ 39cm high, 46cm wide, 25.5cm deep. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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24. Attributed to Heals Set of eight oak dining chairs, circa 1930 rail backs over plank seats, all on square cut supports 92cm high, 45cm wide, 39cm deep (8). The chairs are almost identical to the chairs in the ‘972’ Russet oak suite, 1933, manufactured for Heals by Greenings. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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25. Cotswold School Oak coffer, circa 1940 hinged lid, panelled front, all raised on square cut supports 68cm high, 123cm wide. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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27. Reynolds of Ludlow Pair of armchairs, circa 1960 backs with pierced rail backs, over floral upholstered seats and chamfered supports 110cm high, 57cm wide, 44cm deep. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

28. Cotswold School Walnut nest of three tables tops with chamfered edge over square supports 33cm high, 38cm wide. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

29. Attributed to Liberty & Co. Walnut side table, circa 1900 square top over Moorish style arches 59cm high, 46cm square. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

30. Aesthetic Movement Walnut occasional table octagonal top over triform turned supports 71cm high, 49cm wide. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

31. Arts & Crafts Pewter type Cheval mirror embossed with all over floral pattern 166cm high. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

32. Manner of Liberty & Co. Arts & Crafts oak corner cupboard, circa 1890 inlaid motto in darker wood ‘HERE BE TRUTHS. DO NOT HOLD THE TRUTH GUILTILY’ beaten pewter straps and hinges 150cm high, 89cm wide, 51cm deep. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

33. Reynolds of Ludlow Walnut side table, 1950-1960 three fitted drawers, on exposed octagonal legs 75cm high, 113cm wide, 43cm deep. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

34. W & T Avery, Birmingham Cast metal weighing scales, early 20th Century with maker’s marks, painted turquoise 162cm high, 38cm wide. £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

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26. Heals Chest of drawers, circa 1940s two short over three long drawers, with wavy borders and turned handle Heals ivorine label to drawer 94cm high, 109cm wide, 47cm deep. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


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35. Manner of Liberty & Co. Oak ‘Moorish’ occasional table, early 20th Century octagonal shape with red tiled top and pierced frame 62cm high, 48cm wide. £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

36. G-Plan Coffee table inset circular glass top 84cm diameter. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

37. Danish School Rosewood extending dining table on tapering legs 118cm diameter (unextended). This lot is sold together with an Article 10 Licence. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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39. James Cox for Heals A set of four ‘1020’ oak chairs, circa 1920 with shaped rail backs and drop in seats on ovolo moulded legs 96cm high, 50cm wide, 44cm deep. The ‘1020’ design was originally drawn by Ambrose Heal with a portcullis-back. This alternative on the design was made to be more cost effective by only having vertical back splats. See page 205 of J.C. Rodgers ‘Modern English Furniture’. £300-600 (plus 24%BP*)

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40. Arts & Crafts Oak bookcase, circa 1920 decorated with coat of arms of Cambridge University the glazed door enclosing shelves 123cm high, 60cm wide, 30cm deep. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

38. Attributed to Ernest Archibald Taylor (1874 -1951) Glasgow School Arts & Crafts oak cupboard/bureau pierced top rail over three short drawers, over cupboard and two long drawers all with brass drop handles 110cm high, 71cm wide, 43cm deep. £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

41. Heals Oak work table, circa 1910 drop flap top over square supports joined by ‘H’ stretcher 77cm high, 121cm wide, 61cm deep. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

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42. Heals Oak dresser, circa 1920 in unpolished finish, top section with plate racks enclosed by glazed doors bottom section with two drawers over cupboards section Heals ivorine label to drawer 198cm high, 107cm wide, 46cm deep. See Heals catalogue ‘Dining Room and Living Room Furniture’, circa 1930, page 35. £400-600 (plus 24%BP*)

43. Heals ‘Letchworth’ chestnut dresser, circa 1910 two short and one long drawer over open shelf, with turned handles 102cm high, 107cm wide, 46cm deep. £400-600 (plus 24%BP*)

44. Manner of Liberty & Co. Oak dressing table stool, circa 1910 with turned supports and fabric seat 68cm high, 54cm wide, 36cm deep. Provenance: Catton Hall, Cheshire. £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

45. Attributed to Edward Barnsley Workshop Walnut bureau on stand fall flap opening to reveal compartments, over two fitted drawers 108cm high, 78.5cm across, 46.5cm deep. Provenance: Arthur Mitchell; thence by descent. £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

46. Gordon Russell Oak occasional table on tapering legs labelled 45.5cm high, 60.5cm diameter. £150-300 (plus 24%BP*)

47. Art Deco School Walnut side cabinet of stepped form with cupboards and open shelves 137cm across, 127cm high. £400-800 (plus 24%BP*)

48. Italian School Glass ceiling shade, circa 1970 mushroom shape, with black and white zig-zag decoration 38cm high. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

49. 1960s School Glass ceiling shade top-hat shape, white, black and clear glass 38cm high. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

50. Liberty & Co. Mahogany occasional table, circa 1900 cloverleaf top, over tapering supports with drop flap second shelf ‘Liberty London’ ivorine label 72cm high. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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52. Manner of Liberty & Co. Nursing chair, circa 1890 with drop in rush seat and turned supports 69cm high, 43cm wide, 39.5cm deep. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

51. Gordon Russell Six oak dining chairs (4+2), circa 1950 retailed by Heals, fabric seats and backs stamped ‘Russell of Broadway’ to frames 85cm high, 58cm wide. £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

53. Manner of Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott (1865-1945) Pair of side chairs oak, with ebony inset flower and foliate decoration 115cm high (2). £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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55. Cotswold School Oak bedside cabinet shaped cupboard door, with chip carved decoration 86cm high. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

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54. Cotswold School Large oak refectory table with peg supports 227cm long. £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

56. Gordon Russell English walnut wash stand, designed by Dick Russell, 1931 no.724 partial label 83.5cm high, 69.5cm across. £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

57. Manner of G. M. Ellwood for J. S. Henry Armchair mahogany, with inlaid motifs 121.5cm high, 57.5cm across. £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

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61. Arts & Crafts Crib and lid, possibly by Gordon Russell elm Provenance: Part of a set of nursery furniture given by Dorothy Elmhirst (Dartington Hall) to her housekeeper Paula Carter on her marriage to Roger Morel (Oliver Morel’s brother) in 1929. Other items in the suite had Russell labels and Elmhirst was a customer of Russell. £300-600 (plus 24%BP*)

64. American School Lucite lamp, circa 1950 with four columns uniting around chrome tube 65cm high. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

59. Arts & Crafts - Attributed to Arthur Simpson of Kendal Revolving oak bookcase with cupboards and shelves to either side and foliate carving to the sides 77cm high. £150-300 (plus 24%BP*)

60. Attributed to Edward Gardiner ‘Clissett’ chair, designed by Ernest Gimson oak, shaped ladder back curved arms and turned supports, with rush seat 90cm high, 64cm across. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

62. Arts & Crafts Oak foot stool, circa 1900 with woven rush seat on rectangular legs 42.5cm high, 69cm wide, 42.5cm deep. £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

63. Thonet Bentwood armchair curved seat and with crocodile skin effect partial ‘Thonet’ label 51.5cm across. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

65. 1960s School Pair of turned wood lamps bulbous form, painted green, with shades both 55cm high (2). £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

66. Ercol ‘Windsor’ range elm drinks cabinet, circa 1960s fall front over cupboard and drawer recessed wooden handles and dovetailed joints 110cm high, 82cm wide, 43cm deep. £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

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58. Gordon Russell Mahogany chest of drawers fitted four drawers and on tapering legs labelled 81cm across, 94cm high. £100-300 (plus 24%BP*)


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67. G-Plan Teak and glass coffee table, circa 1960 with sledge ends, on castors 50cm high, 122cm wide. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

68. Poltrona Frau R. & D.of Italy Set of four ‘Vittoria’ chairs, designed 1996 blue leather and square tapering beech legs labelled 90.5cm high (4). £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

69. Poltrona Frau R. & D.of Italy Set of six ‘Vittoria’ chairs, designed 1996 blue leather and square tapering beech legs labelled 90.5cm high (6). £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

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71. Arts & Crafts Carved oak bureau glazed doors above bureau section and shelves 155cm high, 102cm wide. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

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72. Manner of Liberty & Co. Oak narrow bookcase, circa 1900 pierced motif above open shelves 121cm high, 31cm wide, 20cm deep. £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

70. Modern School Glass and chrome side table probably Italian, with indistinct label 61cm high. £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

73. Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson Oak stool adzed rectangular top over four octagonal legs carved mouse signature 37cm high, 41cm wide, 28cm deep. £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

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75. Arts & Crafts Wall mirror, circa 1920 with inlaid panel showing a landscape above rectangular mirror 116cm x 45cm. £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

76. Habitat style Painted wood low coffee table, circa 1970 painted in green, white and black blocks 25cm high, 107cm wide. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

77. Manner of Joe Colombo (1930-1971) Modernist table lamp in chrome with black plastic base and shade 48cm high. £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

78. Cattelan Italia Chrome and glass shelving unit with 4 semi circular shelves 178cm high. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

79. Gordon Russell Cotswold School oak chest of drawers, circa 1940 three drawers with turned handles, all raised on tapering legs ‘Russell of Broadway’ label to reverse 83cm high, 91cm wide, 46cm deep. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

80. Reynolds of Ludlow Naturalistic yew coffee table in the style of George Nakashima, on turned legs brass label to underside 40cm high, 125cm long. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

81. Cotswold School Walnut side table, circa 1920 two drawers with shaped handles, on carved supports 77cm high, 106cm wide, 46.5cm deep. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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74. Art Deco Desk angle lamp, circa 1920 brass column and adjustable green glass shade 52cm high. £150-300 (plus 24%BP*)


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83. Gordon Russell Cotswold School oak dressing table, circa 1940 mirror flanked by drawers with turned handles, all raised on tapering legs ‘Russell of Broadway’ label to reverse 135cm high, 115cm wide, 46cm deep. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

84. Gordon Russell Cotswold School oak bedside cabinet, circa 1940 single cupboard with turned handles, raised on tapering legs ‘Russell of Broadway’ stamp to reverse 74cm high, 43cm wide, 34cm deep. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

85. Poul Hundevad Set of five teak nesting tables, circa 1960 four folding circular tables under largest table 57cm high, 62cm wide, 42cm deep. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

86. Gordon Russell Coffee table, circa 1970 ‘Gordon Russell Broadway’ label to underside 40cm high, 121cm wide, 45cm deep. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

87. Martin Schmittner K.G for Stahl Mobelfabrik Pair of chrome and leather armchairs, circa 1945 dark green colour with painted black arm rests one labelled to seat 76cm high, 55cm wide (2). £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

88. Modernist School Chrome tubular armchair with fabric drop in seat and black painted arm rests 90cm high, 62cm wide, 86cm deep. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

89. Manner of Jeanneret Le Corbusier (1896-1967) Pair of swivel stools padded seats and chrome supports 54cm high (2). £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

90. Art Deco French dressing table, circa 1920 lift up mirror, above shaped tapering legs 75cm high, 116cm wide, 50cm deep. £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

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82. Shapland and Petter of Barnstaple Arts & Crafts dressing table mirror and short drawer above two long drawers, on barley twist supports stamped locks 169cm high, 107cm wide, 51cm deep. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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91. Calor Engineering Ltd. Pair of Industrial metal floodlights/floor lights the adjustable light heads on triform base with manufacturer’s label 163cm high (2). £400-600 (plus 24%BP*)

92. Memlite Two Industrial anglepoise lamps, early 20th Century marked to frame approx 67cm high (2). £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

93. Set of eight trestles stacking form, early/mid 20th Century each 70cm high. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

94. Modern School Console table with faux-shagreen top inset on wood frame with tapering legs 82cm high, 141cm wide, 46cm deep. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

95. Manner of Aubrey Beardsley (1872-1898) Four fold screen depicting a sleeping maiden lacquered and painted white 183cm high, 162cm across. £400-800 (plus 24%BP*)

96. Peter Ghyczy (b.1940) Brass coffee table, circa 1970 with fitted smoky glass top maker’s sticker to frame 40cm high, 122cm wide. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

98. Heals A set of six (4+2) Cotswold style oak dining chairs, circa 1930 lattice backs over red fabric drop in seats, on square cut supports 90cm high, 52cm wide, 44cm deep (6). £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

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97. Antocks Lairn Furniture Set of modernist occasional tables white tops, with chrome metal frames 36.5cm high, 69.5cm across (5). £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


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99. Scandinavian School Wool rug in blues, green and purple 205cm x 135cm. £100-300 (plus 24%BP*)

100. Lawrence Neal ‘Bedales no.1’ ash armchair, 2011 with rush seat and turned supports with original receipt from Lawrence Neal 104cm high, 57cm wide, 47cm deep. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

101. Lawrence Neal ‘Gimson no.3’ ash armchair, 2011 with rush seat and turned supports with original receipt from Lawrence Neal 120cm high, 59cm wide, 43cm deep. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

102. Miller & Sons Two similar student lamps, circa 1890 with twin adjustable shades, on circular base one stamped ‘Miller & Sons, Piccadilly’ tallest 52cm high (2). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

103. Zanotta Two seater sofa, design possible Grande Itali blue cotton cord manufacturer’s mark to base 153cm across. £100-300 (plus 24%BP*)

104. Castelli Pair of ‘Plia’ folding chairs cane and chrome 76cm high (2). £40-70 (plus 24%BP*)

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105. B&B Italia Pair of Coronado armchairs, after designs by Tobia and Afra Scarpa striped fabric 84cm across (2). £100-300 (plus 24%BP*)

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106. Goppion Pair of black shelving units 209cm high (2). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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This lot is sold together with an Article 10 Licence. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

109. Appareil Lita, France Pair of green and cut glass garden lights 33cm high (2). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

110. Stilnovo of Italy Floor lamp, circa 1970 brushed nickel frame with black silk shade ‘Stilnovo, Italy’ sticker to frame 152cm high. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

111. French School Brass chandelier, circa 1950 9 branches, each with white glass shade 98cm high. £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

112. Gaetano Sciolari (1927-1994) Chrome twelve light chandelier, circa 1960 with six suspended batons, each baton having a light fitting at both ends 43.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

113. Vistosi, Italy Two glass pendant shades, circa 1960 in yellow and white, with brass hanging fitting each 30cm high (2). £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

114. Italian School Suspended triple chandelier, circa 1970 with white glass shades with spotted pattern 95cm high. £60-90 (plus 24%BP*)

115. 1960s School Orange glass table lamp with ‘Tournament’ shade by Tibor Reich (1916-1996) 72cm high (including shade). £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

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107. Pair of three fold window shutters with Moroccan influence 115cm high. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

108. Howard Keith - HK Furniture Ltd. Side table rosewood, fitted two drawers with ‘HK London’ label 100cm across, 47cm high. Provenance: Oscar Woollens Ltd., London.


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116. Gordon Russell Oak double bed frame, circa 1930s panelled design. Provenance: The bed was bought direct from Gordon Russell in Broadway by Mrs Hart of Sutton Coldfield c.1930 as a wedding present for her daughter and has passed by descent through that family £100-300 (plus 24%BP*)

117. Manner of Harvey Guzzini Table lamp chrome with white plastic shade 60cm high, together with another pair of table lamps, shaped opaque shades 18cm high (3). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

118. Rodney Kinsman (b.1943) for OMK ‘T Range’ sofa, circa 1960s chrome tubular frame with black leather cushions 183.5cm across. £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

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120. Manner of Ernest Race Armchair metal frame and wooden arm supports 68.5cm across, together with another modernist armchair, with sling arms, 63cm across (2). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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119. 1960s School Pair of swivel chairs in green and orange upholstery, on chrome bases 96cm high (2). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

121. After Ingmar Relling Two ‘Siesta’ chairs padded seats and of cantilever form 99cm and 82cm high (2). £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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122. Italian School Pair of marble and teak lamps, circa 1950 88cm high (2). £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)


Paintings & Prints Lots 123-235


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123. Eric Ravilious (1903-1942) ‘Proserpina’, 1928 signed in pencil (in the margin) woodcut 17.5cm x 10cm. ‘Proserpina’ was commissioned by Douglas Percy Bliss for ‘The Woodcut: an annual’ published in 1928 by The Fleuron. The figure in the woodcut is believed to be the artist and designer Peggy Angus (1904-1993). £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

124. Malte Sartorius (b.1933) Cacti on a table signed and titled in pencil (in the margin) etching 37cm x 42cm. Provenance: Francis Kyle Gallery, London. £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)

127. William Lionel Wyllie (1851-1931) ‘Our Fathers’, illustrations to the poem by Capt. Ronald A. Hopwood, R.N each signed in pencil (lower left) etchings 33cm x 22cm (4). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

128. Agnes Miller Parker (1895-1980) Wood pigeons, 1936 woodcut 8cm x 12cm. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

129. Rachel Ann Le Bas (b.1923) ‘A Carpenter’s Bench’ 31/75, signed and titled in pencil (in the margin) etching 21cm x 14.5cm. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

130. Jackson Henry Simpson (1893-1963) ‘Windermere’ and ‘Derwentwater’ each signed and titled in pencil (in the margin) etchings each 11cm x 25cm (2). £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

131. Hilary Paynter (b.1943) ‘The Sheep Show’ and ‘Low Tide, Clovelly’ 29/200 and 25/50, both signed, titled and numbered in pencil woodblocks 20cm x 18cm and 32cm x 24cm (2). £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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125. Frank Martin (1921-2005) ‘Marie, IV’ signed and numbered in pencil etching 23cm x 32cm. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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135. Harold Wyllie (1880-1973) Training ships at Dartmouth signed in pencil (lower left) etching 11cm x 32cm. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

137. William Lionel Wyllie (1851-1931) A battleship being prepared signed in pencil (lower left) etching 18cm x 24.5cm. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

133. Anne Shingleton (b.1953) Morality Triumphant, 1988 from Aesop I 30/75, signed, dated, numbered and titled in pencil (in the margin) etching 29.5cm x 19cm. £40-100 (plus 24%BP*)

134. Frank Brangwyn (1867-1956) Collection of figural and street scenes each signed in pencil etchings (11). £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

136. William Lionel Wyllie (1851-1931) The Convoy signed in pencil (lower left) etching 10cm x 34cm. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

138. Attributed to William Lionel Wyllie (1851-1931) Dockyard, Malta etching 15cm x 34cm. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

139. Harriet Gene Roudebush (1908-1998) ‘Coit Tower from Rossian Hill’ signed and titled in pencil (in the margin) etching 16cm x 12cm. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

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132. Linda Karshan (b.1947) Two square compositions, 2005 signed, numbered and dated in pencil etchings both 39cm x 29cm (2). £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)


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141. Jack Miller (1945-2004) ‘Dixie Highway, Miami’ 1979 artist’s proof, signed, titled and numbered in pen lithograph 54cm x 79cm. £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

142. Jack Miller (1945-2004) ‘Downtown Miami’, 1979 artist’s proof, signed, titled and numbered in pen lithograph 54cm x 79cm. £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

143. Jack Miller (1945-2004) ‘Santa Monica Juice’, 1981 1/150, signed, titled and numbered in pen lithograph 79cm x 54cm. £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

144. Jack Miller (1945-2004) ‘Mobil’, 1977 33/50, signed, titled and numbered in pen lithograph 54cm x 80cm. £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

145. Bruce McLean (b.1944) ‘Hot Slick’, 1989 187/250, signed, dated, titled and numbered in pencil screenprint 100cm x 128cm. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

146. Bella Pieroni (Contemporary) Rooster 38/500, signed and numbered in pencil lithograph 34cm x 25cm. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

147. Frank Brangwyn (1867-1956) Figures under a bridge signed in pencil (lower right) lithograph 41cm x 53cm. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

148. Thomas Todd Blaylock (1896-1929) Delphiniums signed (lower right) stencil proof on silk 38cm x 25cm. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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140. LeRoy Neiman (1921-2012) ‘Stretch Stampede’ 135/300, signed and numbered in pencil lithograph 70cm x 118cm. £800-1200 (plus 24%BP*)

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149. David Durston (Contemporary) ‘Cloud Hill Study’, 2009 signed, dated and titled in pencil artist’s proof with ink 30cm x 40cm. £20-50 (plus 24%BP*)

150. Richard Demarco (b.1930) ‘Kibble Palace Reflections’ and ‘Kibble Palace Views’, 1981 both signed, numbered and dated in pencil lithographs both 30cm x 42cm (2). £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

151. Saul Steinberg (1914-1999) ‘Via Airmail’, 1970 for Gallerie Maeght lithograph 62cm x 72cm. £20-50 (plus 24%BP*)

152. Graham Sutherland (1903-1980) ‘Bird and Mouse’, 1968 artist’s Proof, inscribed and signed in pencil coloured lithograph 64cm x 47cm. £500-800 (plus 24%BP*)

153. John Piper (1903-1992) ‘Summer Garden, Fawley Bottom’, 1984 83/85, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 41cm x 63cm. £500-800 (plus 24%BP*)

154. Ronald King (b.1932) Sea Anemones II, 1966 proof edition of 50, signed, inscribed and titled in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 57.7cm x 85.5cm, unframed. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

155. Paul Henry (1876-1958) ‘A Lakeside Village, Connemara’ signed in pencil (lower right) published by W.J Stacey, London coloured print 37cm x 42cm. £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)

156. Victoria Crowe (b.1945) The Healing Herb, Viola artist’s proof, signed and titled in pencil screenprint 77cm x 55cm. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

157. Fraser Taylor (b.1960) ‘Long Line’, 1995 signed and dated in pencil (in the margin) monoprint 44cm x 54.5cm. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

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159. Charles ‘Snaffles’ Johnson Payne (1884-1967) ‘The Dacoit’, circa 1936 signed in pencil lower right (in the margin) lithograph 33cm x 32cm. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

160. Andrew Ingamells (b.1956) ‘St Paul’s Cathedral, London’, 1992 55/100, signed, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching 47cm x 40cm. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

161. William Tillyer (b.1938) ‘Private Hotel’ XVI/XX, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) aquatint 52.5cm x 47.5cm. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

162. Philip Meninsky (b.1922) ‘Roadside, Burgundy’ signed (lower right) oils on board 24cm x 29cm. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

163. Modernist School Abstract relief sculpture, circa 1960 ceramic in plaster 80cm x 50cm. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

164. Umberto Brunelleschi (1879-1949) Lady with parrots signed (lower right) oils on board 61cm x 47cm. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

165. Liz Stevens (Contemporary) Figures on sea front, 1994 signed and dated (lower right) pastels 49cm x 59cm. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

166. Colleen Farr (Contemporary) Nasturtiums on a red ground signed (lower left) oils on board 28cm x 35.5cm. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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158. John Petts (1914-1991) The Sower, 1938 12/50, signed, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) woodcut 12.5cm x 10cm. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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168. David Edwards (b.1944) ‘Mud Bank, Conway’ signed (lower right), titled (to label reverse) oils on board 44cm x 59cm. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

169. Sheila Tiffin (b.1959) The beach at St Ives, 1985 signed and dated (lower left) oils on canvas 60cm x 90cm. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

170. After Tamara de Lempicka (1898-1980) Autoportrait (Tamara in a Green Bugatti) after the 1929 original oils on canvas 60cm x 50cm. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

171. S Spacman (Contemporary) Interior scene with young lady oils on board 58cm x 48cm. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

172. Dianne Elizabeth Flynn (b.1939) Two children playing signed (lower left) acrylic 26cm x 17cm. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

173. Ray Evans (b.1920) Welsh Village, 1969 signed and dated (lower right) oils on board 23cm x 31cm. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

174. Frank Downton (b.1936) Black and white op-art signed (to reverse) hand cut vinyl 50cm x 50cm. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

175. Frank Downton (b.1936) Turquoise and black/white op-art signed (to reverse) hand cut vinyl 50cm x 50cm. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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167. Peter Cosslett (b.1927) Moonlit beach scene signed (lower right) oils on canvas 49cm x 74cm. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


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177. Alvarez Gómez Domingo (b.1942) Lady relaxing signed (lower right) pastels 39cm x 79cm. £300-600 (plus 24%BP*)

178. William Gear (1915-1997) ‘Red/Green’, October 1962 signed and dated (lower right) mixed media/ink 58cm x 76cm. £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

179. Lin Pattullo (b.1949) ‘Little Boats’ initialled (lower right) and titled (to reverse) oils on canvas 10cm x 10cm. Provenance: Richard Hagen Fine Paintings, Worcestershire. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

180. Lin Pattullo (b.1949) ‘Courtyard Corner Portugal’ signed (lower right) and titled (to reverse) oils on canvas 21cm x 21cm. £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

181. René Gaston Lagorre (1913-2004) Two abstract compositions, 1974 and 1975 both signed and dated (lower right) oils on paper both 13cm x 9cm. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

182. James Egan (b.1929) Aboriginal signed and titled oils on leather/hide 35.5cm x 29cm. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

183. Scandinavian School Landscape in red and black, circa 1960 oils on canvas 41cm x 84cm. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

184. Richard Marshall (1944-2006) Helmsley view signed (lower left) oils on board 17cm x 23cm. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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176. David Durston (Contemporary) ‘After Chagall’, 2014-2016 signed and dated (lower right) mixed media on linen 41cm x 51cm. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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185. David Leverett (b.1938) Kingdoms of the Sun, from the Sacred Garden Series, 1988 signed, titled and dated in pencil (in the margin) acrylic on paper 56cm x 76cm. £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

186. Robert Kirkland Jamieson (1881-1950) ‘A Mill Lade in the Cotswolds’ signed (lower left), titled (to reverse) oils on canvas 64cm x 77cm. The scene is of Swinbrook, near Burford. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

187. Giulio Falzoni (1900-1978) ‘Napoli’ signed and titled (lower right) oils on canvas 49cm x 69cm. Provenance: Harrods Picture Department, London. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

188. Hugh Gerard Byars (b.1953) Thoughtful lady signed (lower right) oils on canvas 77cm x 90cm. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

189. 1970s School Moving grid abstract initialled ‘W.T’ oils on canvas 75cm x 121cm. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

190. Rory Morrell (b.1944) ‘Champ de Mars’, 2011 initialled (lower right) titled and dated (to reverse) oils on canvas 74cm x 73cm.. Rory Morrell is a Gloucestershire artist who founded the Cheltenham School of Fine Art. £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

191. Rory Morrell (b.1944) Stormy Landscape, 2017 initialled and dated (lower right) oils on canvas 46cm x 56cm. Rory Morrell is a Gloucestershire artist who founded the Cheltenham School of Fine Art. £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

192. Rory Morrell (b.1944) ‘Chynalls Point, Lizard’, 2008 initialled and dated (lower right), titled (to reverse) oils on canvas 40cm x 61cm. Rory Morrell is a Gloucestershire artist who founded the Cheltenham School of Fine Art. £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

193. Rory Morrell (b.1944) Godrevy Cove, 2009 initialled and dated (lower right) oils on canvas 54cm x 63cm. Rory Morrell is a Gloucestershire artist who founded the Cheltenham School of Fine Art. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

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195. Tullio Gasperi (b.1923) ‘La Caduta’,1969 signed and dated oils on board 47cm x 36.5cm. £60-90 (plus 24%BP*)

196. Tullio Gasperi (b.1923) ‘L’eta Dell’Oro’,1969 signed and dated oils on board 48cm x 38cm. £60-90 (plus 24%BP*)

197. Tullio Gasperi (b.1923) ‘Il Tramonto’,1969 signed and dated oils on board 58.5cm x 38cm. £60-90 (plus 24%BP*)

198. Tullio Gasperi (b.1923) ‘Le Due Civilta’,1969 signed and dated oils on board 78.5cm x 58.5cm. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

199. Jan Sluijters (1881-1957) Dutch cornfield in summer signed ‘Jan Sluyters’ (lower right) oils on canvas 39cm x 52cm. Provenance: Purchased by the vendor’s father in France, circa 1950. £5000-8000 (plus 24%BP*)

200. Raphaël Dubois (1888-1960) ‘Rue Haute’ signed (lower right) oils on canvas 63cm x 54cm. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

201. Allen Tortice (b.1948) Street scene signed (lower left), oils on paper 21cm x 14cm. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

202. Trevor Chamberlain (b.1933) Grey Day, by the Thames, 1966 signed and dated (lower right) oils on board 24cm x 34cm. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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194. François Brochet (1925-2001) French landscape signed (lower right) oils on canvas 49cm x 64cm. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

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203. Michael O’Connell (1898-1976) Evening at the greyhound track, circa 1950s signed (lower right) resist-dye and block print on cotton 171cm x 123cm. £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

204. Michael O’Connell (1898-1976) ‘Linear Caprice’, circa 1950s showing Italian landmarks signed (lower right) titled (lower left) resist-dye and block print on cotton 170cm x 226cm. £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

205. Michael O’Connell (1898-1976) Penguin patterns, circa 1950s signed (lower right) resist-dye and block print on cotton 171cm x 123cm. £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

206. Valerie Ganz (1936-2015) Miners changing after work signed (lower right) mixed media 53cm x 44cm. £600-800 (plus 24%BP*)

207. Paul Kuhfuss (1883-1960) Haystacks (‘Garben in Sonnenschein’), 1938 signed (lower right), titled and dated (to reverse) oils on paper 58cm x 76cm. Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 672. £100-300 (plus 24%BP*)

208. Paul Kuhfuss (1883-1960) ‘Hohe Dune’ Vidden (Boat Scene), 1939 signed in pen (lower right) mixed media 37.8cm x 58cm. Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 192. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

209. Paul Kuhfuss (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. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

210. Paul Kuhfuss (1883-1960) ‘Dunung’ (Beach Scene), 1939 signed in pen (lower right) mixed media 36.5cm x 36.5cm. Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 186. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

211. Paul Kuhfuss (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. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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213. Paul Kuhfuss (1883-1960) ‘Im Bauernhof’, 1955 signed and dated in pencil (lower left) coloured chalks 28.5cm x 40.3cm. Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 847. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

214. Ernst Vollbehr (186-1960) ‘Hochmoor bei Bernau’, 1922 signed, dated and titled in pencil gouache 35cm x 46cm. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

215. Paul Kuhfuss (1883-1960) Farmyard, 1955 signed and dated in pencil black chalk 29.5cm x 42cm. Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 1747. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

216. Paul Kuhfuss (1883-1960) Farm scene with chickens, 1955 signed and dated in pencil black chalk 29.5cm x 42cm. Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 1742. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

217. Cecily Sash (b.1925) Still life of yellow flowers signed (lower left) oils on board 36cm x 21cm. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

218. Irene A. Welburn (act.1936-1940) Railway station signed (lower left) oils on board 60cm x 108cm. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

219. Neil Faulkner (b.1952) Cherries in a porcelain basket signed (lower right) watercolour 54cm x 36cm. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

220. Angus Rands (1922-1985) Newlyn inner harbour signed (lower right) watercolour 36cm x 55cm. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

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212. Paul Kuhfuss (1883-1960) Sheep, 1938 signed (lower right) black chalk 47.5cm x 63.5cm. Literature: Nachlass Archiv R.R.N 39. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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222. Trevor Challinor (b.1938) ‘A.K in pensive mood’, 1972 signed and dated (lower right) titled (to reverse) watercolour 49cm x 69cm. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

224. Sylvia Edwards (b.1937) ‘Lost Town’, 1988 signed (lower right) watercolour 75cm x 102cm. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

225. Thomas Robert Way (1862-1913) Venice scene initialled (lower right) pastels 28cm x 18cm. Thomas Way was a close friend of James Whistler. This scene is believed to be a copy of a Whistler sketch. £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

227. Vine & Vine Chartered Architects ‘New Police Head Quarters, London for New Scotland Yard’ inscribed and titled watercolour and ink 52cm x 76.5cm. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

228. C Malcolm for Vine & Vine Chartered Architects ‘Competition for the development of Beachlands, Hayling Island, Hants’ inscribed and titled watercolour and gouache 55.5cm x 81cm. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

223. Dorothy Morse Brown (1900-1995) Welsh beach scene signed (lower left) watercolour and ink 22cm x 29cm. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

226. Allen Tortice (b.1948) ‘The Fairground’, 1996 signed (lower left) titled and inscribed with poem (to reverse) gouache 38cm x 70cm. £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

229. Vine & Vine Chartered Architects ‘RIBA New Premises Competition’, 1932 inscribed, titled and dated watercolour and ink 72cm x 51.5cm. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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221. Angus Rands (1922-1985) North Yorkshire landscape signed (lower left) watercolour 36cm x 55cm. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)


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230. John Strevens (1902-1990) Woman in hat oils on board 45cm x 22cm. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

231. Uli Nimptsch (1897-1977) Nude lovers, 1943 initialled and dated (lower right) pencils 50cm x 40cm. Provenance: From the studio of Uli Nimptsch. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

232. Uli Nimptsch (1897-1977) Two nude females, 1944 initialled and dated (lower right) pencils 38cm x 51cm. Provenance: From the studio of Uli Nimptsch. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

233. Uli Nimptsch (1897-1977) Seated nude, 1943 initialled and dated (lower right) pencils 44cm x 40cm. Provenance: From the studio of Uli Nimptsch. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

234. Felix Fabian (20th Century) Half length portrait of a gentleman, 1961 signed (lower right), inscribed and dated (to reverse) charcoals 56cm x 38cm. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

235. Edgar Hereford (20th Century) Trees, 1925 signed and dated (lower left) charcoal 27.5cm x 37cm. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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237. Chris Prindl (Contemporary) Bowl poured green glaze incised initials 50cm diameter. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

238. Mary Rogers (b.1929) Pot and cover the cover in the form of a flower head impressed potters seal 9cm high, together with two studio ceramic vases (3). £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

239. Michael Casson (1925-2003) Studio pottery bowl brown speckled decoration 9.5cm high. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

240. James Alexander Campbell (British, b.1942) Large studio pottery flat jar painted with a crow in a landscape against a cream ground signed and inscribed ‘01:58’ 45cm high. Provenance: Brewery Arts, Cirencester, 2002. £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

241. James Alexander Campbell (British, b.1942) Large studio pottery ewer painted with allover moonlit scene signed and inscribed ‘90:52’ 52cm high. Provenance: Brewery Arts, Cirencester, 2002. £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

242. James Alexander Campbell (British, b.1942) Studio pottery handled vase painted with nude lady by the sea signed and inscribed ‘12:16’ 26cm high. Provenance: Brewery Arts, Cirencester, 2002. £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

243. British School Studio ceramic large bowl impressed potter’s seal 46cm diameter. £20-50 (plus 24%BP*)

244. John Wheeldon (b.1950) Teapot raku, with wooden handle, highlighted in gold impressed potter’s seal 15.5cm across. £40-70 (plus 24%BP*)

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236. John Bedding (b.1947) Two vases raku, in cream and black/brown each impressed potter’s seal 17cm and 19cm (2). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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245. Nigel Wood (Contemporary) Teapot celadon glaze, with cane handle 24cm across. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

246. Andrew and Joanna Young (Contemporary) Jug impressed potter’s seal 31cm high, together with a Steen Kepp vase with lugs, a Clive Davies lidded pot with handle and an Elsa Benatter funnel (4). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

247. John Gibson (Contemporary) Vase, 1979 with wide flared rim 15cm high, 12.8cm across. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

248. Geoffrey Eastop (1921-2014) Wide rimmed vase cream ground 17cm high. £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

249. Ashtead Pottery British Empire Exhibition beaker stamped pottery mark 12cm high. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

250. Honiton Pottery Vase and seven further pieces including two teacups and saucers, candle holder, egg cup and mustard pot and cover stamped manufacturer’s mark the tallest vase 16cm high (8). £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

251. Manner of David Eeles Tenmoku glaze bowl painted potter’s mark 45.5cm diameter. £60-120 (plus 24%BP*)

252. German School Pot and cover combed decoration, celadon glaze to inside 11cm high. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

253. Winchcombe Pottery Stoneware tureen and cover and bowl both with incised wavy decoration tureen 23cm diameter, bowl 17cm diameter (2). £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

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255. Tremaen Pottery Studio pottery lamp base decorated with flower heads 36cm high. £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

256. Casa Pupo Pearlware lamp, mid Century with applied flowers, on stepped base 55cm high. £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

257. Casa Pupo White ceramic light, mid Century with flowers above incised motifs, on gold painted base 63cm high. £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

258. Charles Catteau for Boch Freres ‘Olga’ pattern vase, circa 1920 design no.D788, purple flowers on green vine painted marks 22.5cm high. £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

259. Marion Holbrook for Royal Doulton Pair of stoneware vases, circa 1900 with raised trailing Art Nouveau pattern impressed marks 27cm high (2). £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

260. Royal Doulton Stoneware vase, circa 1900 with raised trailing Art Nouveau flowers impressed marks 25cm high. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

261. Arts & Crafts Painted vase probably Gouda 29cm high. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

262. French Porcelain Figure group of clowns, early 20th Century possibly Samson 27cm high. £60-90 (plus 24%BP*)

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254. Manner of Troika Pottery lamp base banded characters in orange over green initialled 39cm high. £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

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264. William De Morgan (1839-1917) for Sands End Pottery Cornflower tile, 1898 impressed factory mark to reverse 15cm x 15.5cm. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

266. Carter Stabler Adams for Poole Pottery ‘CR’ pattern vase impressed factory marks 16.5cm high, together with two Poole Pottery vases (3). £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

268. Daisy Makeig-Jones (1881-1945) for Wedgwood A Fairyland lustre octagonal bowl, circa 1928 ‘Bird in a Hoop and Rainbow Landscape’ pattern to the interior, ‘Gargoyle’ pattern to the exterior marked with pattern numbe and gilded factory mark 9cm high, 18cm diameter. £1000-2000 (plus 24%BP*)

265. William De Morgan (1839-1917) Two red lustre tiles together with a John Mohr Smith tile 15cm x 15.3cm (3). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

267. Patricia Wells for Poole Pottery ‘Delphis’ ware bowl decorated in reds and browns, with incised rim printed factory marks 27cm diameter, together with a Poole pottery charger (2). £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

269. Amano, Germany Squat vase design no. 629-18, in grey with red glaze ovals impressed marks 13.5cm high. £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

270. Victor Vasarely (1906-1997) for Rosenthal ‘Manipur’ vase printed manufacturer’s mark 18cm high. £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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263. Eric Ravilious (1903-1942) for Wedgwood ‘Garden’ pattern, ten pieces of dinnerware 5 plates, 2 dishes, bowl, 2 tea cups printed and impressed manufacturer’s marks largest plate 24cm diameter (10). £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


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272. Marilyn Pascoe for Troika Wheel vase blue circle on grey painted initials and St Ives mark 12cm high. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

273. Jerome Massier for Vallauris Sweetmeat dish decorated with bee finial signed, impressed mark to base 26cm wide. £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

274. Beatrice Hindley Three cold painted metal pot plants and one rock work plant, circa 1920 each signed to underside tallest 14.5cm high (4). Other examples of Beatrice Hindley’s miniature plants, made in the 1920s can be seen in Queen Mary’s doll’s house at Windsor Castle. £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

275. Beatrice Hindley Large cold painted metal flower, circa 1920 modelled as flowering plant in classical urn signed 34cm high. Other examples of Beatrice Hindley’s miniature plants, made in the 1920s can be seen in Queen Mary’s doll’s house at Windsor Castle. £100-300 (plus 24%BP*)

276. Collection of Austrian cold painted flowers 17 in total, early 20th century each stamped ‘Austria’ 4cm high each approx (17). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

277. Ted Muehling for Nymphenburg Porcelain bowl of curved form stamped manufacturer’s mark and facsimile signature 36.8cm across. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

278. Ted Muehling for Nymphenburg Four porcelain bowls three with blue glaze and one with pink largest 20.5cm across (4). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

279. Ted Muehling for Nymphenburg Porcelain bowl blue glaze, of shell form stamped manufacturer’s mark and facsimile signature 33cm across. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

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271. Poole Pottery Three ‘Delphis’ range dishes, circa 1970 one decorated by Carol Cutler each with printed marks, two with painter’s initials largest 26.5cm diameter. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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280. Hans Henrik Hansen for Royal Copenhagen Celadon bowl stamped manufacturer’s mark and numbered 1/3209 20cm diameter. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

281. Vallauris Pottery ‘Faun’ wall mask black glazed pottery indistinctly sign and inscribed ‘Vallauris’ 24.5cm high. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

282. Anita Harris for Cobridge Stoneware Baluster vase, 2002 decorated with wavy cream patterns on red ground signed and dated, impressed manufacturer’s mark 45cm high. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

283. Manner of Thomas Webb Pair of vases red cased white glass each 9cm high (2). £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

284. Anita Nylund for JIE Gantofta Set of five storage jars, from the ‘Go Gay’ range, circa 1960 each with wooden lids and turned handles impressed marks 15cm high apart from Sugar jar 12.5cm high (5). £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

285. George Jones for Majolica Strawberry dish, 1876 decorated as a pond with lily cups impressed registration mark and date cypher, painted mark ‘3501’ 26cm across. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

286. Compton Pottery Arts & Crafts plaque depicting Madonna and child impressed mark 16.5cm x 11cm. £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

287. Meissen Red-haired lady, 20th Century painted detail on porcelain cross sword marks and impressed numbers ‘1903 73462’ 28.5cm high. £400-600 (plus 24%BP*)

288. Royal Doulton ‘A little knowledge is a dangerous thing’ porcelain paperweight marked to underside 8cm across. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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290. Tavs Jorgensen ‘Helix’ bowl, 2009 in matte blue signed and dated 44cm wide. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

291. Sally Tuffin for Moorcroft ‘Violet’ pattern miniature vase and mug,1996 impressed factory marks and date cypher vase 10.5cm high, mug 8.8cm high (2). £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

292. Sally Tuffin for Moorcroft Two ‘Seasons’ pattern vases, 1992 in the Summer and Winter colours impressed factory marks and date cypher each 13.5cm high (2). £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

293. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft ‘Tribute to Charles Rennie Mackintosh’ pattern jug and mug, 1995 impressed factory marks and dated in underglaze blue jug 24.5cm high, mug 9cm high (2). £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

294. Moorcroft ‘Hepatica’ pattern dish and ‘Strawberry thief’ pattern dish each with impressed factory marks each 12cm diameter (2). £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

295. Walter Moorcroft ‘Poppy’ pattern dish, 1996 impressed factory marks and dated in underglaze blue 26cm diameter. £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

296. Barbara Mountford for Moorcroft ‘Pansy Parade’ pattern miniature vase, 2006 impressed factory marks and painted date 6cm high, together with a Royal Crown Derby ceramic rabbit (2). £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

297. William Moorcroft (1872-1945) ‘Pomegranate’ pattern bowl decorated with coloured fruit and leaves on blue ground signed in underglaze green, impressed manufacturer’s marks 18cm diameter. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

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289. Royal Doulton Flambe monkeys stamped manufacturer’s mark 7cm high. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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298. Walter Moorcroft (1917-2002) ‘Anemone’ pattern vase and ‘Columbine’ pattern vase decorated with coloured flowers on blue ground each signed and with impressed factory marks 15.5cm and 21cm high (2). £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

299. Walter Moorcroft (1917-2002) ‘Collectors Day’ mug, 1992 and ‘Open Day’ mug, 1991 initialled, titled and dated in underglaze green, impressed manufacturer’s marks each 8.5cm high (2). £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

300. Walter Moorcroft (1917-2002) ‘Anemone’ pattern vase, circa 1950 initialled in underglaze blue, impressed manufacturer’s marks 22cm high. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

301. Sally Tuffin for Moorcroft ‘Finches’ pattern plate decorated with orange birds on yellow ground impressed manufacturer’s mark 26cm diameter. £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

302. Sally Tuffin for Moorcroft ‘Finches’ pattern plate, 1990 decorated with blue coloured birds on rust ground dated 22-2-1990, impressed manufacturer’s mark 26cm diameter. Believed to be a one off colourway of the Finches pattern. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

303. William Moorcroft (1872-1945) ‘Pomegranate’ pattern squat vase, circa 1920 decorated with coloured fruit and leaves on blue ground signed in underglaze blue, impressed manufacturer’s marks 12cm high. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

304. William Moorcroft (1872-1945) ‘Pomegranate’ pattern squat vase, circa 1920 decorated with coloured fruit and leaves on blue ground signed in underglaze blue, impressed manufacturer’s marks 10cm high. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

305. Walter Moorcroft (1917-2002) ‘Hibiscus’ pattern bowl and plate, circa 1980 initialled in underglaze green, the plate numbered 11/50 plate 22cm diameter, the bowl 24.5cm diameter (2). £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

306. Walter Moorcroft (1917-2002) ‘Anemone’ pattern plate and one similar plate initialled in underglaze green 22cm diamater and 21.5cm diameter (2). £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

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308. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft ‘Tribute to Charles Rennie Mackintosh’ pattern pair of vases, 2002 decorated with stylised flowers painted marks and date cipher and impressed factory marks each 21cm high. £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)

309. William Moorcroft (1872-1945) ‘Leaf and Blackberry’ pattern vase, circa 1930s decorated with coloured fruit and leaves on green/blue ground signed in underglaze blue, impressed manufacturer’s marks 29.5cm high. £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

310. William Moorcroft (1872-1945) ‘Leaf and Grape’ pattern vase, circa 1930s decorated with coloured fruit and leaves on dark blue ground signed in underglaze green, impressed manufacturer’s marks 15.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

311. Lalique Glass paperweight with black glass satyr mask to top etched ‘Lalique France’ 12cm across. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

312. Daum, France Glass centrepiece bowl, circa 1950 etched marks 45cm across, together with an Orrefors style yellow flashed glass vase (2). £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

313. Tapio Wirkkala (1915-1985) Three ‘Avena’ glass vases, circa 1965 textured finish each with etched signature and design no.3129 two 24cm high, one 17.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

314. František Vizner (1936-2011) Pressed glass vase, 1962 textured finish 14cm high. £150-300 (plus 24%BP*)

315. Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) ‘Savoy’ vase model number 3030, in clear glass etched signature 16.5cm high, 20cm across. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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307. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft ‘Lamia’ pattern plate, 1995 yellow and green flowers on yellow/cream ground manufacturer’s marks and dated 26cm diameter. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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316. Whitefriars Two ‘molar’ glass vases in smoky and red colourway 14cm high (2). £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

317. Timo Sarpaneva for Littala Four ‘Kekkerit’ goblets and two ‘Festiva’ candlesticks in textured glass initialled tallest 18cm (6). £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

318. Simon Gate for Orrefors ‘Astrid’ glass decanter, circa 1932 smoky colourway, moulded leaf stopper 31cm high. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

319. Eugen Montelin Four glass goblets, circa 1970 design number 102, moulded with ice effect together with booklet on Montelin each 20cm high (4). £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

320. Timo Sarpaneva (1926-2006) for Ittalia ‘Finlandia’ glass vase, 1864-71 model no.3356, moulded naturalistic bark finish etched signature and model no. 19cm high. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

321. Stuart & Sons, England Set of four Art Deco glass cocktail glasses geometric patterns to body and stem manufacturer’s mark to base 15.5cm high (4). £20-50 (plus 24%BP*)

322. Archimede Seguso of Murano Glass Oriental figure 30cm high. £20-50 (plus 24%BP*)

323. Schneider & Cie of France Footed vase, circa 1930 smoky glass of ribbed form etched signature 55cm high. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

324. Webb Corbett, Stourbridge George VI Coronation glass vase, 1937 15cm high, together with a Elizabeth II coronation vase by Thomas Webb & Co, an etched wine glass in the manner of Harry Powell, and a tall glass lipped vase in the manner of Whitefriars (4). £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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325. Lichfield Glass Glass sculpture of The Ship ‘The France’ 59/100 51cm across, with wooden stand, cased. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

326. Reginald Williams-Thomas for Royal Brierley ‘Streamline’ glass vase, circa 1935 cut with horizontal wavy pattern etched factory mark 12cm high, 19cm wide. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

327. Whitefriars Ribbed glass vase and plain form glass vase both amethyst colour 25cm high and 30cm high (2). £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

328. Thomas Webb & Sons Glass vase amber colour with nodule effect acid etched mark 18cm high, together with a Whitefriars glass ‘bubble’ vase (2). £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

329. Whitefriars Red glass celery vase 15cm high, together with an amethyst glass bowl, a green glass bowl and a green wave glass bowl (4). £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

330. Attributed to Paolo Venini for Murano Pair of glass wall lights, circa 1960 raised line design with textured finish both 59.5cm high (2). £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

332. Whitefriars ‘Yard of Ale’ glass, circa 1970 red glass labelled 88cm long. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

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331. Art Nouveau Iridescent glass vase, circa 1900 rounded body and flattened rim 17cm high. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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333. Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars Swung out glass vase, 1965-1969 pattern 9650, in cased cinnamon colour 40.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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335. Otto Brauer for Holmegaard ‘Gul’ vase, circa 1965 in clear orange glass 29.5cm high. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

336. V Nason & Company Murano art glass L’Oggetto Modernist wine decanter, circa 1980 in red colourway 32cm high. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

337. Attributed to Fratelli Toso for Murano ‘A Canne’ glass decanter in blue and red stripes 43cm high. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

338. Nils Landberg for Orrefors Sommerso glass vase, circa 1955 in cased green/grey colour etched signature and number 3538/328 29cm high. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

339. Whitefriars Squat glass vase in red colourway Whitefriars sticker to body 15cm high. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

340. Siddy Langley (b.1955) Lustre glass vase, 2002 decorated with white on purple/blue ground etched signature and date 17cm high. £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

341. Siddy Langley (b.1955) Lustre glass scent bottle, 2003 decorated with white on purple/blue ground etched signature and date 9cm high. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

342. Sven Palmquist for Orrefors Two glass vases, circa 1950/1960 blue cased in clear both with etched marks 18cm high and 16cm high (2). £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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334. William Wilson and Harry Dyer for Whitefriars Knobbly glass vase, circa 1966 pattern number 9610, in smoky brown and black colour 22cm high. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)


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344. Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars Five cased glass bowls and one vase Pattern numbers 9515, 9516 and 9517 all in sea green vase 25.5cm high (6). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

345. Karlovarske Sklo Glass vase, circa 1960 cased in turquoise blue and green 31cm high. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

346. Murano Glass centre bowl with brown segment decoration 27cm diameter, together with a further glass bowl (2). £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

347. Severin Brorby (1932-2001) for Hadeland ‘Blokkvasen’ glass vase, 1960 cased in green over a deep blue core etched signature and number ‘7017SB’ 19cm high. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

348. Nils Landberg for Orrefors ‘Dusk’ glass vase in midnight blue etched signature 18.5cm high. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

349. Oldrich Lipsky for Exbor Glassworks ‘Ripple’ glass vase in green, with faceted edges acid etched mark 21.6cm high. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

350. Licio Zanetti three glass sculptures, late 20th Century modelled as an owl, a koala and a bird in flight each signed bird 33cm across. £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

351. Paul Kedelv for Flygsfors ‘Coquille’ range glass vase, 1963 pink, green and white cased in clear etched signature 25cm high. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

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343. Franco Moretti for Murano Glass scent bottle in blue, red and amber etched signature 13.5cm high. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

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352. Milan Metelak for Harrachov Glassworks Glass vase, 1968 bubble inclusions, in amber 25.5cm high. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

353. Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars Experimental glass vase, 1961 design no. 9577, in cobalt blue with white streaks 14.5cm high. The applied white enamel were trialed over the blue body but did not adhere succesfully causing production problems, meaning the range was only made for a short period in 1961. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

354. Caithness Sand cast glass triangle cast as coloured shells 18.5cm high. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

355. James Watts (Contemporary) Opalescent glass vase etched with abstract patterns 13.5cm high. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

356. Murano Blue glass vase with large bubble inclusion labelled 33cm high, together with a Murano glass basket, double encased (2). £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

357. Czech glass Glass ‘fishtail’ vase pink cased in clear 39.5cm high. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

358. Walther & Sohne Art Deco glass comport, 1934 in amber colour, modelled as three kneeling ladies 20cm high, 23cm diameter. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

359. Anthony Stern (Contemporary) Glass vase globular shape with metal collar 13cm high, together with a Pauline Solven purple glass goblet (2). £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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360. Whitefriars three glass vases, circa 1950 a ‘9030’ vase in ruby, a ‘8473’ vase in clear green, and one other tallest 26cm high (3). £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

361. Andrea Tagliapietra for Murano ‘Love Knot’ glass sculpture etched signature and factory sticker 24cm high, together with a pink glass bowl (2). £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

363. Attributed to Loetz Glass flower vase with pierced metal lid, cream colour with green drop detail 16cm high. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

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365. Manner of Val St Lambert Pair of clear and red glass lamp bases of twisted form each 41.5cm high (2). £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

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362. Per Lutken (1916-1998) for Holmegaard Clear glass bowl and a pair of ‘Selandia’ glass bowls, circa 1960 the clear glass bowl with box 26cm and 27cm diameter (3). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

364. Tamara Aladin for Riihimäki Glass ‘Kleopatra’ glass ewer, circa 1969 design no. 1502, in red with clear handle 20.5cm high. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

366. Wayne D. Filan (20th Century) Art glass vase, 1971 swirled yellow and gold on white etched signature and date 26.5cm high. £20-50 (plus 24%BP*)

367. Henry Dean of Belgium Opaque glass dish with red disc to centre signed and labelled 41.5cm diameter. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

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368. Whitefriars Four glass vases to include two 9384 vases in amber and green a 9018 vase by Harry Powell, and a 9353 vase by William Wilson (4). £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

369. Webb of England Two glass footed bowls each with stamped marks largest 18.3cm, together with two mid century tall glass vases (4). £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

370. Stuart & Sons, Stourbridge Collection of ‘Albany’ pattern glass, early 20th Century to include a asymmetrical bowl, two vases, and two salts the bowl 26cm across (5). £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

372. Whitefriars ‘Studio’ range glass vase, 1969 design no. S9, in blue with white streaks 27cm high. £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

373. Manner of Whitefriars Blue trail pattern vase 20cm high, together with a Swedish glass vase with black streak a dusk ware type cased glass vase and a purple glass vase (4). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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371. Murano Two ‘Sommerso’ glass vases, circa 1960 cased glass in different shapes together with a tear drop glass vase in the manner of Whitefriars, and a Whitefriars red triform glass vase (4). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)


Silver, Jewellery & Works of Art Lots 374-479


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375. Georg Jensen Silver brooch design no. 177B import marks for London 1950 5.2cm across. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

376. Georg Jensen Silver brooch design no. 100A impressed marks, later fitting 3.4cm high. £70-90 (plus 24%BP*)

377. Art Nouveau Bronze ashtray terminating with a trio of flowerheads signed ‘Miault’ 16.5cm long. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

378. Oscar Roty (1846-1911) ‘Semper’, 1895 white metal medallion signed and dated, stamped Argent 30 grams, 42mm diameter. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

379. Oscar Roty (1846-1911) ‘Union of Agriculture and Industry’ white metal medallion (cased) signed and dated, stamped Argent 20 grams, 36mm diameter. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

380. Oscar Roty (1846-1911) ‘Societe de Comptabilitie de France’, 1895 bronze medallion signed and with presentation inscription 59mm diameter. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

381. Oscar Roty (1846-1911) ‘Societe de Secours Mutuels’ two medallions, one bronze, one white metal signed and one stamped ‘Argent’ 26cm diameter (2). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

382. Oscar Roty (1846-1911) ‘Exposition Universelle de 1900’ two bronze medallions signed and stamped 52mm x 36mm (2). £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

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374. Murrle Bennett & Co. Arts & Crafts brooch pierced geometric form with bead accents signed and stamped ‘950’ 4.8cm wide. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

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383. Eugéne-André Oudiné (1810-1887) ‘Republique Francois’ bronze medallion (cased) signed 53mm diameter. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

384. Scandinavian School (20th Century) ‘Gena Matice Slove Skej’ two medallions (one bronze) indistinctly signed 64mm square. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

385. Ovide Yencesse (1869-1947) ‘Por nos Blesses’ bronze medallion signed and stamped bronze 50mm, togther with 2 other medals by Yencesse and 1 signed Willette (4). £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

386. R Bromgier (20th Century) ‘Dotation de la Jeunesse de France’ bronze medallion signed and stamped bronze 26mm diameter, togther with 2 other medallions by Bromgier (3). £60-90 (plus 24%BP*)

387. René Lalique (1860-1945) ‘Orphelinat des Armees’ and two ‘Pour Les Blesses De La Tuberculose’ brass medals signed 33mm maximum, and a white metal pin (3). £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

388. René Lalique (1860-1945) ‘Orphelinat des Armees’ and ‘Pour Les Blesses De La Tuberculose’ brass medals signed 33mm maximum (2). £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

389. René Lalique (1860-1945) ‘Journee du Poilu’, 1915 two brooches signed and dated 35mm maximum (2). £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

390. Jules Legastelois (1855-1931) ‘A Jottre les Catalans’ bronze medallion signed 30mm diameter, with two other pendants commemorating Joffre (3). £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

391. Armand Bargas (19th/20th Century) ‘Glorie aux Serbes’ silver on copper medal signed 32mm maximum, with 2 other medallions and cardboard medals. £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)

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393. Félix Rasumny (1869-1940) ‘The Prayer’ two bronze medallions signed and stamped bronze (2). £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

394. Félix Rasumny (1869-1940) Classical scenese two medallions, one bronze one white metal (argent) signed and stamped 61mm x 49mm and 51mm x 39mm (2). £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

395. Félix Rasumny (1869-1940) ‘Republique Francois’ and ‘Societe Lamine de PIcarclie’ two bronze medallions signed 42mm and 45mm diameter (2). £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

396. Félix Rasumny (1869-1940) ‘Societe de Tir de Malzeville’ two bronze medallions both 40mm diameter (2). £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

397. Félix Rasumny (1869-1940) ‘Comerce Industry of Agriculture’ bronze medallion signed and stamped bronze 47mm x 94mm. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

398. Félix Rasumny (1869-1940) ‘Classical’ two bronze medallions signed and stamped (2). £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

399. Félix Rasumny (1869-1940) ‘The Charge’ brass cigarette lighter signed 37mm diameter. £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

399A. Félix Rasumny (1869-1940) Biblical scene bronze medallion signed and stamped bronze 52mm diameter. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

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392. French School (20th Century) ‘Journee du 75’ five brass and cardboard medals 32mm diamater (5). £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

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399B. Félix Rasumny (1869-1940) ‘Patricia’ and other medals 8 in total signed. £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

399C. Félix Rasumny (1869-1940) Art Nouveau, two steel dies signed 41cm and 44cm diameter. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

400. Arne Jacobsen (1902-1971) for Stelton Stainless steel ice bucket and cocktail mixer & spoon manfuacturer’s marks bucket 21.5cm high, mixer 25.5cm high (2). £60-90 (plus 24%BP*)

401. Guido Niest, Atelier Set of three silver plate candelabra twisted stems and base manufacturer’s mark tallest 32.5cm (3). £20-50 (plus 24%BP*)

402. Josiah Williams & Co. Silver trophy, ‘Service above Self’, 1910 with three looped handles, on plinth hallmarks for London 29cm high. £100-300 (plus 24%BP*)

403. Kitney & Co. Silver photograph frame hallmarks for London 29cm x 24cm. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

404. W I Broadway & Co. A set of twelve silver goblets, 1975 with silver gilt to inside hallmarks for Birmingham 16cm high (12). £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

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405. J.J A set of four silver goblets, 1971 with silver gilt to inside hallmarks for London 13cm high (4). £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

406. Silver cigarette case signed by band leaders from the dance band era including Billy Cotton, Teddy Joyce, Jack Hylton, Henry Hall hallmarks for Birmingham 13cm across. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

407. Wallin, Sweden ‘Safir’ design cutlery set, circa 1960 stainless steel with teak handles marked to steel 70 pieces in total (70). £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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408. J.H.L for John Lunn’s, Belfast Silver and silver gilt chess set, 1978 in original silk lined box with retailers label each piece with hallmarks for Birmingham 1544 grams. £600-900 (plus 24%BP*)

409. A Fijian tanoa (vesi) of simple wooden form with three cowrie shells attached to a rope 42cm diameter. £60-100 (plus 24%BP*)

412. A Fijian Tapa or wedding cloth, with geometric design 49cm square. £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

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410. A Fijian ula or throwing club with octagonal tapering handle inlaid with mother of pearl 40cm long. £60-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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411. A Fijian ula or throwing club with circular tapering handle inlaid with mother of pearl 35cm long. £60-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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414. African wooden drum early 20th Century painted geometric patterns, hide top, triform base 56cm high. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

416. A Cameroon carved ritual box in the form of a bird above a horned beast 53cm high. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

418. African School Carved hardwood alligator, 20th Century with inset bone teeth 180cm long. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

415. A Luba carved wood figure seated and holding a drinking horn together with a Zulu hardwood snuff flask 28cm high and 13cm high (2). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

417. An African ceremonial stool decorated with beaded animals on three splayed feet 24.5cm high, 25.5cm diameter. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

419. Edmore Chijumani (b.1970) Large fish carved serpentine stone signed 100cm across. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

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413. A taxidermy giant turtle shell late 19th Century 92cm long. £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)


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420. P. Rusere (20th Century) Deer and fawn carved serpentine stone, on square base signed 70cm high. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

422. African tribal birthing chair carved with animals 104cm high. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

421. Two Cameroon Bamum wooden tusks carved with totem figures 208cm high (2). £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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424. Godfrey Kututwa (b.1967) ‘I am afraid’, 1994 carved serpentine green stone signed 14cm high. £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

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423. Tribal paddle carved hardwood with geometric designs 179cm long. £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

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425. Cloud Mapete (b.1961) ‘Witch Doctor’, 1995 carved opal stone signed 21cm high. £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

426. Gedion Nyanhongo (b.1967) ‘Watching Boy’, 1994 carved serpentine stone signed 9cm high. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

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428. Pre-Columbian French Guiana hairless dog pottery figure red slip decoration on brown 25cm across. Provenance: The Henry Sandon collection. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

430. Pre-Columbian Peruvian vessel, a Peruvian Bowl, and a wooden beaker the vessel in the form of a duck like creature vessel 22.5cm high (3). Provenance: The Henry Sandon collection. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

432. Manner of Christopher Dresser Soutter & Sons brass teapot and burner, circa 1890 with angular ebonised handle stamped manufacturer’s mark and patent number ‘11522’ 30cm high. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

429. Pre-Columbian Peruvian articulated male pottery figure with pendulous ears, Mochica 24cm high. Provenance: The Henry Sandon collection. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

431. African tribal death bed carved figurehead to one end 212cm long. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

433. Arts & Crafts Steel fireside companion set decorated with simple motifs and twisted handles 52cm high. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

434. Eiffel Tower lamp Industrial style with mesh painted frame 64cm high. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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427. Pre-Columbian Mexican hairless dog pottery figure black with red stripe 25cm across. Provenance: The Henry Sandon collection. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)


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436. Attributed to Liberty & Co. Pewter wall mirror of square form with turqouise Ruskin style roundels to top and bottom 45cm x 39.5cm. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

437. B.C Zheng (20th Century) Nude girl seated on rock signed bronze on marble plinth 26cm high. £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

438. After Pierre Le Fagueys (1892-1962) Dancer with cymbals signed ‘Fayral’ patinated spelter 26.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

439. After Pierre Le Fagueys (1892-1962) Javelin thrower signed ‘Fayral’ patinated spelter 30.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

440. Riviere Gold holding ball signed ‘X.Riviere’ patinated spelter 26.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

441. After Marcel Bouraine (1886-1943) Dancer with cymbals signed ‘Derenne’ patinated spelter 25.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

442. Contemporary School Bronze sculpture/ornament of abstract form initialled ‘CJ’ 20cm high. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

443. William Mawson of Keswick Home Industries Charger copper repousse decorated with band of serpents stamped ‘W. H. MAWSON KESWICK’ 59cm diameter. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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435. Arts & Crafts Copper adjustable light with beaten finish and inset green roundels stamped ‘EDISWAN PATENT’ 40.5cm high. £20-50 (plus 24%BP*)

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444. Arts & Crafts Copper hanging lantern with glass shade 33cm high. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

445. Bianchi ‘Aquilotto’ moped, 1961 48cc, with original logbook 180cm long approx. £400-800 (plus 24%BP*)

446. Choisy-le-Roi Faience clock garniture, circa 1880 with metal mounts, decorated with Aesthetic style birds and foliage Japy freres twin train movement with bell strike vases stamped ‘HB & Cie CHOISY’ clock 25cm high (3). £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

447. Collection of Modern Design Catalogues from Christies, Bonhams, Woolley & Wallis (14). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

448. Bush A Bakelite ‘TV22’ television receiver, circa 1950s labelled 39cm high. £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

449. Arts & Crafts Mantel clock with red and blue face and brass dial movement marked with ‘AB’ within a star 31cm high, 52.5cm wide. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

450. English School Terracotta figure of a bather on shingle base, possibly an advertising figure 63cm high. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

451. A brass automaton lighthouse clock circa 1900 the revolving top with clock, barometer and two thermometers on a tapering column 43cm high. £1000-2000 (plus 24%BP*)

452. Junghans ATO mantel clock in brass and glass case 27cm high, 21.5cm wide. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

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454. Art Deco School Shagreen and ivory inlaid box, circa 1930 15.3cm across. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

455. Cotswold School ‘Give us this day, our daily bread’ carved oak bowl impressed mark ‘LA’ 31cm diameter. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

456. Cotswold School Oak book trough, circa 1920 craved drawer to front, on sledge feet 24.5cm high, 37cm wide. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

457. Farco Standing sculpture, 1975 signed and dated carved wood 38cm high. £40-100 (plus 24%BP*)

458. Omega ‘Constellation’ gents wristwatch with brown leather strap 3.5cm diameter. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

459. Three stained glass windows Circa 1900 with polychrome leaded panels in original frames 60cm x 37cm (excluding frame). £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

460. Three stained glass windows Circa 1900 with polychrome leaded panels in original frames 93cm x 49cm (excluding frame). £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

461. Arts & Crafts Carved oak bookends, circa 1910 adzed top and carved with expressive faces to sides each 13cm high, 11cm wide (2). £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

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453. Chronographe Suisse Gold wristwatch champagne dial with subsidiary seconds and minutes counters back stamped ‘18k 750’, leather strap. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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462. Manner of Henry Moore Lead sculpture of a reclining nude 37cm long. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

463. 1960s concert silkscreen and lithographic posters to include Motherload, by Rick Griffin, 1st printing, 1967, Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band, 1966, Cosmic Car Show, 1967, each published in San Francisco, together with Mose Allison, published New York, 1967 (4) £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)

464. Gandalf silkscreen poster By D de S Pernes, part of The Lord of the Rings series, dated 1969, 73cm by 57cm £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

465. S. R. Gaiger, Topical Press ‘R 100’, airship in hanger, 1929 resin coated black and white photograph 94cm x 119cm. Provenance: Hulton Getty Picture Gallery, London. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

466. 1970s Soviet Union educational posters Mostly relating to road safety, each approximately 60cm by 40cm (9) £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

467. Press Photographs sporting related, early to mid 20th century, including athletics, cricket and golf, many with annotations to verso (31) £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

468. Press photographs 1930s, Aviation, film and local news related, most with annotations to verso (23) £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

469. Auguste Couttet (19th/20th Century) Two mountaineering scenes, 1892 and 1897 both signed and dated in pen black and white photographs both 30cm x 40cm (2). £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

470. Roland Gay-Couttet (1925-2002) A steep ascent signed in pen (lower left) black and white photograph 40cm x 30cm. £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

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472. A collection of three U.S inset film posters To include Otto Preminger’s Bonjour Tristesse and Bunny Lake is Missing, together with Harold Hecht’s Bird Man of Alcatraz, each 91cm x 31cm (3) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

473. Otto Preminger’s Exodus UK quad poster and relating items, 1960, 100cm x 67cm, together with a folio of sheet music from the film, study guides and three reproduction posters (7) £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

474. Harold Hecht’s Bird Man of Alcatraz U.S. one sheet poster, art work by Saul Bass, 1962, 105cm x 68cm £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

475. A collection of nine film posters To include Alfred Hitchcock’s Suspicion, 1941, UK quad, 150cm x 100cm, together with eight other reproduction Alfred Hitchcock posters, mostly printed in Europe (9) £100-300 (plus 24%BP*)

476. James Bond - Never Say Never Again U.K. quad poster, featuring Sean Connery, 1983, 100cm x 75cm £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

477. Otto Preminger’s - The Man with the Golden Arm Spanish one-sheet poster, El Hombre del Brazo de Oro, 1956, 111cm x 75cm £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

478. Otto Preminger’s - Anatomy of a Murder U.S. half-sheet poster, 1959, 55cm x 73cm £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

479. J. Lee Thompson’s - Tiger Bay U.S Landscape poster, 1960, 71cm by 51cm. £50-80

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471. A collection of seven original film posters for Excalibur, including the UK, American and French versions, 1980s (6) £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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16TH AUGUST 2017 AUCTION NOTES

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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. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions. ENDANGERED SPECIES LAWS Due to international laws, any item on the Endangered species list (i.e. Ivory, Rhino horn etc.), whether it dates from the 18th/19th Century or the 1930s, requires re-export permits for bidders outside the EU (CITES). Some countries also require import permits as well and all permits must be in place prior to shipment. Mallams cannot be held liable if a purchaser buys a lot that comes within this field and then import/export licences cannot be arranged. Certain countries, particularly the USA, have their own Endangered Species Act (USESA) and possession or being involved in a commercial transaction with any item on this list can be an offence for a US resident. Therefore, it is the potential buyers responsibility to check Federal regulations before bidding for a lot, which comes under these or similar regulations. Please note no license is required to sell or advertise within the EU if items are pre-1947. ONLINE BIDDING Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers offer an online bidding service via the-saleroom.com for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers, you: 1. authorise Mallams Fine Art auctioneers, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via the-saleroom.com, and 2. confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers through www.the-saleroom.com and agree that Mallams Fine art Auctioneers are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale. Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price.


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Modern British + Post-War Art December 2017

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ABINGDON

The House & Garden Sale 9th and 10th October 2017 at 11am Suitable Entries Invited Closing date 8th September 2017

Arts + Crafts, Design + Studio Ceramics December 2017

For enquiries please contact Philip Smith on P: 01865 241358 E: philip.smith@mallams.co.uk www.mallams.co.uk Mallams Auctioneers, Bocardo House, St Michael’s Street Oxford OX1 2EB

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To include entries of: Decorative Furniture, Pictures, Carpets, Tapestries, Sculpture, Architectural Elements, Garden Ornament, Coins, Silver

All enquiries, please contact Henry Cooke on 01235 462840 or henry.cooke@mallams.co.uk Mallams Auctioneers, Dunmore Court, Wootton Road Abingdon OX13 6BH www.mallams.co.uk

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MODERN LIVING - MALLAMS CHELTENHAM - WEDNESDAY 16th AUGUST 2017

Modern Living Wednesday 16th August 2017 CHELTENHAM

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The Modern Living Sale - 16th August 2017 (Mallams Cheltenham)

The Modern Living Sale - 16th August 2017 (Mallams Cheltenham)  

The Modern Living Sale - 16th August 2017 (Mallams Cheltenham)

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