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Mallams

modern living: 1850 to now

Wednesday 10 August 2016 Cheltenham


Mallams Entries Invited

Chinese Art Wednesday 26th October

Japanese, Indian & Islamic Art Thursday 27th October Closing date: Monday 5th September

Mallams Auctioneers Grosvenor Galleries 26 Grosvenor Street Cheltenham GL52 2SG www.mallams.co.uk For more information or to arrange a free valuation please contact Robin Fisher on 01242 235712 or robin.fisher@mallams.co.uk

A Chinese porcelain rouleau vase, Qianlong seal mark, 19th century, 35cm high To be sold on October 27th 2016


Mallams

modern living: 1850 to now

Wednesday 10 August 2016 Cheltenham Viewing Friday 5th August 10am to 3pm Monday 8th August 9am to 7pm Tuesday 9th August 9am to 5pm And the morning of the sale

Auction Mallams Grosvenor Galleries 26 Grosvenor Street Cheltenham GL52 2SG Bids 01242 235712 01242 241943 (Fax) To bid via the internet please go to www.the-saleroom.com

Or to view the catalogue online go to www.mallams.co.uk Enquiries Condition Reports & Images cheltenham@mallams.co.uk Conditions of sale This auction is subject to Important Notices, Conditions of Sale and Reserves.

Condition Reports Please note that there are no condition reports printed in the catalogue or on any website listing. They are available on request from the office or by email cheltenham@mallams.co.uk

Front cover - Lots 214 & 216 Back cover - Lot 375


Mallams

Order of Sale Furniture and Lighting

1-99

Paintings and Prints

100-250

Ceramics, Studio Pottery and Glass

251-332

Silver and Works of Art

333-375

Condition Reports and Images: cheltenham@mallams .co.uk Important notice: 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 1-99


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1. Heals oak ‘Letchworth’ linen press number 353, first introduced 1922 £200-300 2. Heals oak linen or toy cupboard number ‘348’, first introduced 1911 £200-300 3. Heals oak bookcase circa 1920 £300-400 4. Gordon Russell Limited Cotswold School oak sideboard, circa 1960 £120-150 5. Arts & Crafts oak settle circa 1910 £200-300 6. Heals oak dresser circa 1920 £300-400 7. Manner of Bruce Talbert (British, 1838-1881) set of four carved oak chairs, circa 1880 £80-120 8. Edwardian mahogany open bookcase circa 1900 £50-100 9. A pair of William & Mary style walnut stools circa 1930s £200-300 10. Pair of Arts & Crafts oak hall chairs early 20th Century £30-60 11. Maple & Co pair of oak doors £50-100 12. An Edwardian plant stand circa 1905 £20-50 13. No Lot

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14. A Contemporary armchair £50-100 15. After Marcel Breuer (American, 1902-1981) ‘Wassily’ chair, originally designed 1925 £60-100 16. Manner of David Linley Inlaid standard lamp, circa 1970 £50-80 17. Arts & Crafts painted four fold screen early 20th Century £200-300 18. Manner of Maison Desny Pair of Art Deco style wall lights £100-200 19. An Art Deco ceiling light circa 1930s £50-100 20. An Art Deco ceiling light circa 1930s £50-100 21. Arts & Crafts golden oak refectory table £200-300 22. Pair of oak table lamps circa 1930 £20-40 23. Manner of William Birch Walnut side table, late 19th Century £60-80 24. Cotswold School Walnut dining table, circa 1960 £50-100

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25. A ‘star’ Kazak rug circa 1920 £200-300 26. Arts & Crafts copper mirror early 20th Century £300-500 27. Manner of Liberty & Co A Moorish oak occasional table, circa 1890 £50-80 28. Arts & Crafts iron hanging lamp In the Gothic revival taste £60-100 29. A wrought iron x-frame stool 20th Century £60-100 30. Arts & Crafts oak bureau bookcase £50-150 31. Heals oak book table circa 1920 £100-200 32. Heals oak cricket table circa 1910, model number 77 £300-400 33. Attributed to Liberty & Co Pair of rush seated oak chairs £30-60 34. Arts & Crafts oak overmantle mirror In the manner of Liberty & Co £40-80 35. Arts & Crafts walnut ‘concertina’ occasional table £80-120 36. Two Arts & Crafts chairs a corner chair and a hall chair, early 20th Century £20-50

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37. Habitat style side table circa 1970 £50-100 38. A Danish Skovby dining table and four chairs #72 dining table and #95 dining chairs £200-300 39. Liberty & Co ‘Caxton’ oak newspaper and book stand, 1904 £50-100 40. Attributed to Liberty & Co ‘Cairo’ type stool, circa 1884 £50-100 41. Cotswold School a set of three fire irons £40-60 42. F Caswell & Son (Badsey, Evesham) An iron weather vane £40-60 43. An Arts & Crafts copper firescreen £50-100 44. Compton Pottery A terracotta sundial pedestal, circa 1900 £100-200 45. Arthur Simpson of Kendal (British, 1857-1922) Set of four oak high back chairs, circa 1910 £400-600 46. Heals walnut corner cabinet circa 1920 £100-200 47. Liberty & Co Arts & Crafts oak corner cupboard, circa 1900 £200-300 48. Peter Waals (Dutch, 1870-1937) oak bench, circa 1920 £200-300 49. Heals bedside cabinet circa 1900 £100-200

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50. An Art Deco style torchere probably 1950s £40-100

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50A. In the style of Howard & Sons Green upholstered low armchair, 20th Century £50-100 50B. In the style of Howard & Sons Orange upholstered armchair and footrest, 20th Century £50-100 50C. S. Rouse & Co Purple upholstered wingback armchair £50-100 51. A 1960s chrome light £30-70 52. A specimen marble table top 20th Century £200-300 53. A pair of marble urns 20th Century £200-300 54. David Linley (British, b.1961) Writing slope, 1993 £50-100 55. An Aesthetic tile plant stand £50-80 56. Attributed to Peter Waals (Dutch, 1870-1937) Oak book shelves, circa 1920 £200-300 57. Manner of Tiffany Glass and copper ceiling light £200-400 58. Manner of Liberty & Co. Arts & Crafts oak occasional table £50-80 59. Makio Hasuike & Co. ‘Metra Seccose’ dining table £300-600

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60. Gordon Russell Limited Pair of oak centre tables, circa 1960 £200-300 60A. A painted carved wood mirror Circa 1930 £40-80 61. Pair of French style bergere chairs circa 1930s £100-200 62. Glasgow School Beaten copper mirror £100-200 63. A pair of brass student table lamps early 20th Century £20-50 64. PEL (Practical Equipment Limited) Set of four tub chairs, circa 1930 £300-500 65. Cotswold School Oak and inlaid sideboard £80-120 66. James Lucking & Co, Birmingham An Arts & Crafts style cased barometer and thermometer £20-40 67. A Turkish blue ground rug £50-100 68. A painted cast iron pub table 19th/20th Century £40-80 69. An Edwardian brass standard lamp circa 1900 £30-60 70. Shop Lettering Mme Wright, Furs, Robes, Modes £100-200 71. Arts & Crafts oak barrel early 20th Century £30-60

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72. Olivier Mourgue (French, b.1939) ‘Djinn’ chaise longue £400-600 73. G-Plan model 6250 swivel and reclining ‘James Bond’ chair £80-120 74. Manner of Heals Limed oak bureau £60-80 75. In the Manner of William Morris Beech corner chair £50-60 76. Hans Olsen for Juul Kristensen Teak rocking chair, circa 1960 £150-250 77. Pieff rosewood and chrome coffee table circa 1978 £100-200 78. Uldum Mobelfabrik Set of four Danish rosewood dining chairs, and a Danish rosewood and aluminium dining table, circa 1960 £300-500 79. Two painted wood dumb waiters circa 1930 £20-40 80. Gordon Russell Workshop Oak occasional table, circa 1925 £80-120 81. Cotswold School Oak bureau, circa 1920 £100-200 82. A Chinese coromandel fivefold draft screen 19th Century £100-200 83. An Arts & Crafts pewter wall mirror In the manner of Liberty & co, circa 1920 £80-120 84. Attributed to Liberty & Co Oak table, circa 1900 £80-120

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85. Liberty & Co The ‘Sedley’ oak portable bookcase, 1907 £100-200 86. Manner of Heals Oak drop leaf table £80-120 87. Arts & Crafts oak side cupboard circa 1920s £40-70 88. Aesthetic movement Ebonised fireside chair £40-60 89. Arts & Crafts oak hall table circa 1900 £100-200 90. A pair of solid teak open armchairs circa 1930 £400-600 91. Gerrit Thomas Rietveld (Dutch, 1888-1964) (after) Schroder table £120-150 92. An Arts & Crafts steel and copper standard lamp £100-200 93. Manner of Morris & Co Green painted elbow chair £200-300 94. An Arts & Crafts copper mirror £80-120 95. Cotswold School Two tier oak occasional table £30-50 96. Manner of Arthur Romney Green (British, 1872-1945) Arts & Crafts oak gateleg table, circa 1910 £200-300

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97. A Contemporary breakfast table and two chairs £40-80 98. Stained glass windows In the manner of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, late 19th/early 20th Century £100-200 99. G Plan Child’s chair, together with another 20th Century child’s chair (2). £20-40

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100. Herbert Thomas Dicksee (British, 1862-1942) Two German Shepherds etching £80-120 101. Dillwyn Smith (British, b.1958) Untitled, 1993 screenprint £20-50 102. Heidi Koenig (British, b.1964) Alhabasra, 1997 etching in colours £40-80 103. Raoul Dufy (French, 1877-1953) La Fanfare, circa 1949 lithograph £150-200 104. Anthony Haden-Guest (British, b.1937) Motif, vol 5, A Journal of the Visual Arts, edited by Mclean, 1961 £20-30 105. Paolo Soleri (1919-2013) Documenta sixteen posters of Architectural designs, together with accompanying book, contained in original presentation box £50-70 106. Sarah Jane Szikora (British, b.1971) ‘Glorias Beauty Spot’, 135/495 lithograph £30-50 107. Sarah Jane Szikora (British, b.1971) ‘Slapped & Tickled’, 139/195 lithograph £30-50 108. John Copley (British,1875-1950) Strewn Rocks- Aviemore, 1943 etching £40-60 109. John Copley (British,1875-1950) Elms in the rain etching £30-50 110. John Copley (British,1875-1950) Vale of Severn - Evening etching £30-50

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111. John Copley (British,1875-1950) Trees at noon and barley stooks etchings £60-80 112. After Andy Warhol Women in Revolt, 1971 lithograph £30-60 113. Music poster Frank Zappa, 1960s photographic lithograph £50-100 114. Square One Dose Your Country Need You Lithographic poster £20-30 115. Advertisement poster Best holiday reading, 1950s lithograph £20-40 116. David Roe (British) Poly scope poster,circa 1960s-1970s lithograph on paper £20-40 117. Music posters including Jimi Hendrix, Julie Felix, and The Crazy Ancestors of Arthur Brown, 1960s-1970s (3). £30-60 118. Paul Whitehead (British) The Beatles, 1968 lithograph poster £20-30 119. Beatles Memorabilia To include, The Beatles Yellow Submarine: Nothing is Real, 1968, The Beatles in Yellow Submarine, First Edition 1968, The Beatles Yellow Submarine 20 Pop-out Art Decorations, 1968, and four inflatable models of each band member. £70-100

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120. David Inshaw (British, b.1943) Girl Sitting in the Garden, 1975 lithograph £100-200

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121. David Inshaw (British, b.1943) Nude lady in hat etching together with a book on Inshaw (2). £30-50 122. The Brotherhood of Ruralists Lithographic poster £40-60 123. Isaac Tarkay (Israeli, 1935-2012) Purple Ladies I £20-50 124. David Dodsworth (British, b.1952) ‘Cyphers II’, 3/200, and ‘Cyphers III’, A/P mixed media prints £30-60 125. Briglin Pottery Briglin Pottery Shop poster for 23 Crawford Street, London lithographic poster £20-40 126. Troy Kinney (American, 1871-1938) Sophie Pflanz in Cleopatra etching £50-100 127. Edward Bouverie Hoyton (British, 1900-1988) Summer Morning etching in colour £80-120 128. Three lithograph prints: After John Skeaping (British, 1901-1980) Three horses, lithograph,; After Ernst Eisenmayer (Austrian, b.1920), Study for Sculpture, lithograph; and one further print, (3). £30-60 129. Stephen Bartlett (British, b.1942) abstract shapes on yellow, 88/150 screenprint £30-60 130. Stephen Bartlett (British, b.1942) abstract shapes on yellow, 89/150 screenprint £30-60

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131. Books The Works of William Shakespeare edited by Henry Irving, published 1907 4to, 14 volumes. £40-80 132. Nicholas Garland (British, b. 1935) Three original political cartoons ink and acrylic on board (3) £40-60 133. William Lionel Wyllie (British, 1851-1931) Children playing golf on the sands at St Andrews etching £100-200 134. William Lionel Wyllie (British, 1851-1931) Yachts in a stiff breeze etching £80-120 135. William Lionel Wyllie (British, 1851-1931) Yachting Off No Man’s Land Fort etching £80-120 136. Frederick Arthur Farrell (British, 1882-1935) Tower Bridge, London etching £30-60 137. Anton Seder (German, 1850-1916) Two Art Nouveau wall designs, circa 1186 lithographs (2). £80-120 138. Cecil Beaton (British, 1904-1980) Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent, 1950 black and white photograph £100-200 139. Edouard Benedictus (French, 1879-1930) Botanical design for ‘Relais’, 1930 hand coloured pochoir £30-50 140. Adrian Bartlett (British, b.1939) Shocked girl, 8/50 woodblock £30-50 141. Eugène Samuel Grasset (French/Swiss, 1845-1917) ‘Jeanne D’Arc, Sarah Bernhardt’, 18961900 lithograph. £80-120

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142. Bernard Boutet de Monvel (French, 1881-1949) ‘Pate Dentifrice du Docteur Pierre’, 1896-1900 lithograph £80-120 143. After Fernand Leger (French 1881-1955) Exhibition poster dated 1979 £10-30 144. Maurice de Vlaminck (French, 1876-1958) Street scene with Church, circa 1930 lithograph on arches paper £120-150 145. Tessa Beaver (British, b.1932) ‘Receding tide’, 11/75 etching £30-60 146. John Rattenbury Skeaping (British, 1901-1980) Study of a recumbent deer pencils and ink £100-200 147. Byron Winston Warmby (British, 1902-1978) The old shed, 1943 watercolour £30-60 148. Herbert George Slater (British, 1898-1978) The porcelain figure watercolour £20-50 149. Bernard Rooke (British, b.1938) The pianist oils on paper £30-60 150. William Henry Margetson (British, 1861-1940) Four book illustrations from ‘The Story of Cuchulain’ watercolours (4). £100-200 151. William Henry Margetson (British, 1861-1940) Four book illustrations from ‘The Countess Cathleen’ watercolours (4). £100-200 152. William Henry Margetson (British, 1861-1940) Four book illustrations from ‘The Story of Gamelyn’ Watercolours (4). £100-200

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153. William Henry Margetson (British, 1861-1940) Four illustrations from ‘The Marriage of Sir Gawayne’ watercolours (4). £100-200 154. William Henry Margetson (British, 1861-1940) Collection of drawings and paintings watercolours £50-100 155. William Henry Margetson (British, 1861-1940) Collection of etchings £50-100 156. William Henry Margetson (British, 1861-1940) Two pictures including watercolour of Cinderella £50-100 157. Karen Anne Forsyth (British, b.1953) The choir lady pencils £20-50 158. Dillwyn Smith (British, b.1958) Three discs, 1991 oils on canvas (3). £20-50 159. Dillwyn Smith (British, b.1958) Untitled, 1992 oils on canvas £70-100 160. Dillwyn Smith (British, b.1958) Encantado, 1987/88 oils on canvas £80-120 161. Michael J. Waller (British, Contemporary) The Paper Curtain, 1984 oils on canvas £80-120 162. Alan Price (British, 20th Century) Boats, Scarborough oils on board £30-60 163. Johnson (20th Century) Fortifications, 1965 pen and ink on paper and a sunlit continental landscape (2). £30-50

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165. Scott Nisbet (British, 1910-2002) ‘Banc-y-darren’ oils on board £150-300 166. Paul Ayshford, Lord Methuen (British, 1886-1974) Corsham Park pastels £80-120 167. Gustave Lorincz (Austrian, 1855-1931) Friar holding a glass aloft oils on board £200-300 168. 20th Century Welsh School ‘Dark hills above Gwynant’ oils on board £30-60 169. Leszek Tadeusz Muszynski (Polish/British, b.1923) Pensador, 1975 pastel on paper £60-80 170. Leszek Tadeusz Muszynski (Polish/British, b.1923) Walk by the sea pastel on paper £80-120 171. Patrice (Patrice Jordan) (French, b.1944) Blue, green, grey abstract pastel on paper £40-60 172. Robert Fuest (British, 1927-2012) Landscape near Redruth oils on board £100-200 173. Michael Fairclough (British, b.1940) Abstract fields, 1969 watercolour £40-60 174. George A Wright (20th Century) Ystrad oils on board £30-50 175. G M Hersch (20th Century) Feeding the horses watercolour £30-50 176. David Gospito (Zimbabwe, b.1946) Modernist figure marble sculpture £40-60

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177. Marie Styles (British, b .1950) ‘Bridge, Woodmancote’ and another ‘Kings Square,Gloucester’ both oils on paper £30-60 178. Yuri Sultanov (Russian, b.1975) ‘Marianne’s Choice’, 2008 oils on canvas £100-200 179. William Gear (British, 1915-1997) ‘No 7’, 1961 mixed media £400-600 180. William Gear (British, 1915-1997) Untitled, 1967 mixed media £300-500 181. After Francis Picabia (1879-1953) Face study ink on paper £20-40 182. Maggie Beveridge (British, b.1955) Black face study acrylic on board £80-120 183. Maggie Beveridge (British, b.1955) Jacob with Gulls acrylic on board £80-120 184. Ian Weatherhead (British, b.1932) The wild horses of the Promenade watercolour £100-300 185. Georges Charles Haite (British, 1855-1924) Six sketches of a boat, 1898 pencils (6). £100-200 186. Joe Campbell (Irish, 20th Century) Irish shorescape oils on canvas £50-100 187. Howard Raybould (British, b.1946) Untitled mixed media on plywood construction £80-120 188. Dil Bahadur Chitrakar (Nepalese, 1929-2010) Kathmandu from the hills, 1999 oils on canvas £80-120

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189. Y Gianni (Italian, 19th/20th Century) Two Neapolitan scenes Gouache (2). £60-80 190. M Gianni (Italian, 19th/20th Century) Two Italian coastal scenes gouache (2). £50-70 191. R Gianni (Italian, 20th Century) Boy smoking a cigarette watercolour £30-50 192. Bernard Cecil Gotch (British, 1876-1964) Northwood House, Lyndhurst, 1931 watercolour £30-50 193. Ron Atkin (British, b.1938) Angel, 1997 oils on canvas £30-60 194. John George Mathieson (British, act.1918-1940) The tall tree etching £20-40 195. William John Bertram Newcombe (British, 1907-1969) ‘Beyond’, 1961 mixed media £50-150 196. Graeme David Willson (British, b.1951) The snowy archway, and another similar oils on canvas (2). £100-200 197. George Boyle (British,1826-1899) Summer landscape oils on board £80-120 198. Lionel Fioravanti Massa (Italian, b.1914) Venezia- Venice oils on canvas £80-120 199. Bui Ngoc Tu (Vietnamese, b.1936) Nude watercolour on rice paper £50-100 200. Bui Ngoc Tu (Vietnamese, b.1936) Lilies, 1994 oils on canvas £20-50

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201. Maurice William Crawshaw (British, b.1947) Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland oils on board £40-60 202. Thomas Wood Holgate (British, 1870-1953) Country cottage oils on board £40-80 203. Rory Morrell (British, 20th/21st Century) Pink fields, 2008 initialled and dated (lower right) £30-50 204. Rory Morrell (British, 20th/21st Century) Swimming pool, 2011 oils on paper £30-50 205. Rory Morrell (British, 20th/21st Century) ‘Almeria, Spain’, 2001 oils on canvas £30-50 206. Rory Morrell (British, 20th/21st Century) Beach view, 2008 oils on canvas £30-50 207. Antonie Lodewijk Koster (Dutch, 1859-1937) Tulips in the garden pastels £300-500 208. Salliann Putman (British, b.1937) Wild flowers on the stone floor watercolour £150-200 209. Gwilym John Blockley (British, b.1921) Purple and pink flowers in a glass vase pastels £150-200 210. Barbara Balmer (British, b.1929) Spring flowers with paper butterfly watercolour £70-90 211. Margaret Seaton (British, 1917-2003) The Market watercolour £60-80

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212. Georges Blouin (French, 1928-2012) ‘Les Fougeres’ oils on canvas £50-100 213. Austin McCann (British, 20th/21st Century) ‘The Lairig Ghru Pass’ oils on board £30-60 214. Guy Taplin (British, b.1938) Lapwing painted gesso on wood £1200-1500 215. Guy Taplin (British, b.1938) Dunlin painted gesso on wood £600-800 216. Guy Taplin (British, b.1938) Shorebird painted gesso on wood £800-1200 217. Ian Henderson (British, b.1939) Manor Night Gardens, 1987 pen, ink and wash £50-100 218. Ian Henderson (British, b.1939) Cotswold Village Life, 1986 pen, ink and wash £20-40 219. Ian Henderson (British, b.1939) The Manor, 1987 oils on board £80-120 220. Morley Bury (British, 1919-1999) Pretty Autumn Landscape, 1964 oils on canvas £150-300 221. Wilhelm Kohlhoff (German, 1893-1971) Garden Party oils on paper £300-500 222. William John Bertram Newcombe (Canadian, 1907-1969) Red, Green, Yellow and Black splashes watercolour £100-300 223. Otto Niemeyer-Holstein (German, 1896-1984) boats on the beach watercolour £300-500

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224. Brian Ballard (Irish, b.1943) Tall Trees, 1987 oils on canvas £600-800 225. Ann Robin Banks (British, 1931-2007) Black forms, 1969 enamels on copper, mounted on board £70-90 226. Thomas Bonar Lyon (British, 1873-1955) Sail boats near land oils on board £100-300 227. George C Watson (British, 19th/20th Century) ‘Winter, Edinburgh’ 1923 oils on canvas £50-100 228. Helen Madeleine McKie (British, 1889-1957) profile of a lady in a bonnet watercolour and pencil £50-100 229. Jamie Boyd (British, b.1948) Figure on the shore oils on board £40-60 230. Barbara Mary Steyning Everard (British, 1910-1990) Four floral studies, original designs for the book Wild Flowers of the World watercolours, together with a copy of the book (5). £200-300 231. Nikki Jarvis (British, 20th/21st Century) ‘The Metamorphosis of Nikki Jarvis’, 1/1,2005 graphite on paper £20-50 232. Raymond Klee (Welsh, 1925-2013) two rural views oils on board (2). £200-300 233. Kerry Darlington (British, b.1974) ‘Tree of Tranquility’ mixed media £80-120 234. Douglas Owen Portway (South African, 1922-1993) Untitled, 1975 oils on paper £100-300

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235. A.T.B (French, 20th Century) Parisian street scene, circa 1930 watercolour £50-80 236. Axel Peder Jensen (Danish, 1885-1972) Tree tops oils on canvas £80-120 237. Murray McNeel Caird Urquhart (British, 1880-1972) River landscape with moored boat oils on canvas £100-300 238. 20th Century Scottish School Still life of flowers oils on board £50-80 239. Jack Ray (British, 20th Century) Relief abstract mixed media £30-60 240. Donald Greig (British, 1916-2009) Winter’ Day, Sorley, South Hampshire watercolour £40-80 241. 20th Century crochet tapestry £120-150 242. G Ludwick-Marshall (British, 20th Century) ‘Glowing landscape’, 1979 crochet tapestry £80-120 243. Early 20th Century School Two political cartoons pen and ink £30-50 244. Barbara Robinson (British, b.1938) ‘Vin le Feso’, 1971 oils on canvas £30-60

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245. Frank Hill (British, 20th Century) The restaurant oils on board £20-50 246. Aubrey Philips (British, b.1920) A pair of park views, 1974 pastels (2). £50-100

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251. Royal Dux Model of maiden above a clam shell £80-120 252. Eric Ravilious (British, 1903-1942) for Wedgwood ‘Garden’ pattern oval dish £50-80 253. Royal Lancastrian Turquoise speckled bowl, and a Wedgwood Aesthetic ewer, and a Zsolnay porcelain hedgehog (3). £80-120 254. Moorcroft Roses vase, 1995 £50-100 255. Wedgwood Two black basalt vases (2). £50-100 256. Philip Mumford (British, 20th Century) Bowl with black glaze together with two further contemporary ceramic vases, and one further porcelain bowl (4). £30-60 257. Kate Brett (British, Contemporary) Two seated figures, one holding a fish and the other a vase (2). £20-50 258. Peter Wills (British, 20th/21st Century) stoneware bowl, circa 1990 £200-300 259. Minton, in the manner of Christopher Dresser pair of aesthetic jugs £50-100 260. Royal Dux Art Deco table lamp £150-300 261. Minton Hollins & Co. Three Persian tiles (3). £80-120 262. John Moyr Smith (British, 1839-1912) for Minton Set of six tiles with designs from ‘Shakespeare’ series (6). £50-100 263. Doulton Lambeth Pair of tiles, 1875 £40-100

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264. Carter, Stabler & Adams Vase £30-60 265. Agnete Hoy (British, 1914-2000) for Doulton Lambeth Two bowls , together with another Doulton Lambeth bowl (3). £30-60 266. Alan Caiger-Smith (British, b.1930) Goblet £30-50 267. Tony Morris and Guy Sydenham for Poole Pottery Ribbed vase with brown and green glaze £80-120 268. Doris Lindner for Royal Worcester ‘Hackney Stallion’, 1975 £400-600 269. Alison Brigden for Troika Pottery A square vase £100-200 270. A pair of Poole Pottery wall sconces modelled as cherubs (2). £40-60 271. David Tipler for Aldermaston Pottery Casserole dish £30-60 272. Alice Hall for Royal Doulton Bulbous vase, 1875 £40-60 273. Jerome Massier for Vallauris Sweetmeat dish £200-300 274. Susie Cooper Large service £50-150 275. A Burmantofts Faience vase Tapering vase, shape number 1400T £30-50 276. William Marshall for Leach Pottery (British, 1923-2007) Large Jug £80-120

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277. John Jelfs (British b.1946) for Cotswold Pottery Tea set £40-80 278. John Jelfs (British, b. 1946) for Cotswold Pottery to include a bowl, tea pot, green glazed, and vase (3). £40-80 279. Richard Batterham (British, b. 1936) Jug £30-60 280. Jim Malone (British, b. 1946) Small bowl £30-60 281. David Eeles (British, 1933-2015) Teapot £50-100 282. Carel Adolph Lion Cachet (Dutch, 1864-1945) for Petrus Regout & Co. of Maastricht Queen Wilhelmina Coronation Plate, 1898 £40-70 283. Milner Gray for Courage and Company Limited and Royal Doulton Queen Elizabeth II Coronation two handled goblet £40-70 284. Keith Murray (1892-1981) for Wedgwood Dish, two goblets, a tureen and two cups and saucers (5). £80-120 285. A Midwinter Pottery ‘Fantasy’ stylecraft plate a ‘Parisienne’ plate and a Poole Pottery ‘Spring’ plate (3). £30-60 286. Midwinter Pottery Coffee set (9). £40-100 287. Hwang Jeng-Daw (Chinese, Contemporary) Sake cup £20-40

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289. Dorothy Bradley for Shelley Art Deco saucer painted with black and gold trees, together with a Children’s Hour plate (2). £20-40 290. Lowerdown Pottery Pot and cover £40-80 291. Aldermaston School Two bowls, two handled goblet by Martin Caiger-Smith, jar and cover, a mug and a vase(6). £100-200 292. Eileen Lewenstein (British, 1925-2005) Two small bowls (2) £20-40 293. Coalport style blue and gilt vase £20-40 294. Attributed to Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983) Early Winchcombe slipware jug £80-120 295. Macintyre for William Moorcroft Jug, circa 1902 £150-200 296. Doris Lindner for Royal Worcester ‘Huntsman and Hounds’, model 3115 £500-700 297. A collection of studio and contemporary pottery To include a large stoneware vase, matching bowl and plate, and glazed terracotta pot (4). £20-40 298. A pair of Susie Cooper plates £10-30 299. Bing & Grondahl A porcelain figure of a girl holding a doll 300. An early 20th century tapered glass jug with etched panels of a floral design £20-40 301. A Shelley Coffee Set comprising three cups, coffee pot, five saucers, sugar bowl and cream jug £30-50

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302. Bernard Rooke (British, b.1938) Studio pottery standard lamp £50-100 303. Fulham Pottery Creamware two handled vase £30-50 304. Alan Caiger-Smith (British, b. 1930) Large bowl £80-120 308. A Contemporary glass paperweight £10-30 309. Vasart Studio glass bowl £20-40 310. Geoffrey Baxter (British, 1922-1995) for Whitefriars ‘Concentric TV’ vase £80-120 311. A Svaja glass charger £20-40 312. Geoffrey Baxter (British, 1922-1995) for Whitefriars Cased bowl with pulled rim, originally designed in 1962 £80-120 313. Holmegaard Gulvvase, originally designed by Otto Brauer in 1962 £30-60 314. Siddy Langley (British, 20th/21st Century) lustre glass vase, 1983 £50-80 315. Siddy Langley (British, 20th/21st Century) opalescent glass vase, 1985 £30-50 316. Siddy Langley (British, 20th/21st Century) scent bottle and miniature vase, 1984 (2). £30-50 317. Anthony Stern (British, 20th/21st Century) bulbous glass vase, together with an etched bowl by Roger Rigby, and a Orrefors glass bowl 12cm high (3). £30-50

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318. William Wilson and Harry Dyer for Whitefriars ‘Knobbly’ glass vase, 1964-1969 £30-60 319. Nanny Still (1926-2009) for Riihimaki Glass bottle vase 34cm high. £50-80 320. Peter Furlonger (British, Contemporary) Black glass vase £50-100 321. Style of Clutha Twisted green glass vase £20-50 322. Rene Lalique (French, 1860-1945) ‘Ceylan’ opalescent glass vase, originally designed 1924 £800-1200 323. Per Lütken (1916-1998) for Holmegaard blue glass vase, 1961 £100-200 324. Lalique A bacchantes type glass vase £100-200 325. Lalique ‘Poissons’ type glass bowl £80-120 326. Daum Art Glass Clear glass dish £30-60 327. A pair of Victorian glass vases circa 1880 £30-60 328. Clyne Farquharson for John Walsh Walsh Albany cut glass vase, circa 1930 £100-200

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329. Frank Thrower for Dartington a ‘Hollywood’ glass bowl and six smaller ‘Hollywood’ glass bowls £50-100 330. Art Deco glass vase £20-50 331. Ole Winther for Holmegaard ‘Viking’ glass bottle or carafe, first designed 1955 £20-50 332. Pauline Solven (British, b.1943) Vase, 1977 £30-60

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333. William Soutter & Sons An Arts & Crafts copper jardinière £40-60 334. A silver mounted inkwell circa 1900 £80-120 335. A white metal mounted glass scent bottle circa 1900 £50-80 336. Arts & Crafts silver plated candle holder £40-60 337. W.A.S Benson & Co A pair of electroplated coffee pots (2). £30-50 338. James Dixon & Sons Arts and Crafts silver candlestick, 1906 £70-100 339. Williams (Birmingham) Ltd A pair of slender silver vases, 1909 (2). £30-60 340. Bueche Girod Ladies 9ct white gold wrist watch £100-200 341. An 18ct white gold ring £300-400 342. John Grinsell & Sons Silver mounted glass claret jug, 1904 £100-150 343. A ladies ring with graduated five stone diamond setting (unmarked). £100-150 344. An 18ct gold ladies wristwatch by Sena, with later 9ct gold strap and a gents Audax aquaprufe watch (2). £80-120 345. After Archibald Knox Tudric pewter tazza, early 20th Century £50-100

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346. Rolex 9ct gold ladies wristwatch £200-300 347. Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik (WMF) Art Nouveau pen tray and letter opener (2). £80-120 348. A Bruce Bairnsfather Bronze Car Mascot cast as ‘Old Bill’ £100-200 349. An 18ct gold and platinum ladies ring £300-400 350. Rotary A ladies wrist watch 20cm long. £80-120 351. William Hutton & Sons Ltd glass and silver claret jug, 1942 £70-90 352. An Arts & Crafts copper bowl In the Newlyn style £30-50 353. Arts & Crafts brass casket £50-100 354. A pair of carved mahogany candle sticks circa 1880 £30-60 355. William Hutton & Sons Ltd Silver christening bowl and spoon, 1913 £100-200 356. A set of five Victorian silver apostle spoons £80-120 357. Jaeger-LeCoultre ‘Atmos’ clock £300-400 358. Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd Art Deco six piece silver and glass condiment set, 1939 £100-200

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359. A Roberts radio £10-30 360. A pair of Arts & Crafts white metal earrings £60-80 361. A Continental 800 white metal dish together with a silver pepper mill, London 1905, and a silver salt and mustard pot of oval form with blue glass liners, Birmingham 1920 and 1927. £50-80 362. a Kayserzinn Art Nouveau jug £30-50 363. An Art Nouveau copper jardiniere £30-50 364. Garrard & Co Ltd Silver cream jug £20-50 365. A Biba plum coloured satin dress circa 1970s £80-120 366. Huntley & Palmers ‘Toby’ biscuit tin £20-50 367. A gold sovereign dated 1910. £120-150 368. Carrington & Co Commemorative silver and silver-gilt canister £100-200 369. A pear shaped drop pendant £200-300 370. A three section oak mouse trap early 20th Century £40-60 371. George Jackson & David Fullerton - Josiah Williams & Co silver canteen of cutlery, 1901 3334 grams. £600-800

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372. Guild of Handicraft four silver teaspoons, 1991, two silver sugar sifters, 1990 £50-100 373. S W Smith & Co A pair of silver salts, 1906 £40-80 374. Christofle A set of six ‘Coll Gallia’ silver plated napkin rings together with a similar carving set (8). £20-50

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

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. ‘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.

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.

‘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.

POST 1950 FURNITURE All items of furniture included in this sale are offered for sale as works of art. The items may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason, they should not be used in a private dwelling.

‘Bears signature’ … in our opinion there is an element of doubt over the signature or it has been added by another hand.

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STUDIO CERAMICS Auction: 8 December 2016 OXFORD Closing date: 28 October 2016 Appointments available nationwide. For more information or to arrange an appointment please contact Philip Smith on P: 01865 241358 E: philip.smith@mallams.co.uk www.mallams.co.uk

Image: Pair of Mouseman Owl bookends. Consigned for December Auction. Estimate ÂŁ1000-2000


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Modern Living: 1850 to now - 10th August 2016 (Mallams Cheltenham)  

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