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DESIGN & MODERN BRITISH + POST-WAR ART 17 & 18 MAY OXFORD


Mallams 1788

DESIGN THURSDAY 17 MAY

MODERN BRITISH + POST-WAR ART FRIDAY 18 MAY

Viewing: Saturday 12 May Monday 14 May Tuesday 15 May Wednesday 16 May

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

ARTIST’S RESALE RIGHTS 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 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

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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.


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Mallams 1788

CONTENTS THURSDAY 17 MAY DESIGN: Studio & Contemporary Ceramics

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Art Nouveau and Aesthetic Movement

183-198

Arts & Crafts

199-259

Art Deco and Pre-War Modernism

260-302

Post-War Modernism

303-363

FRIDAY 18 MAY MODERN BRITISH + POST-WAR ART: Modern British & Post-War Design Artist’s Textiles

364-395

Prints 396-495 Paintings & Sculpture

496-718

CONTACT: Max Fisher 20th Century Design + Art max@mallams.co.uk

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DESIGN THURSDAY 17 MAY

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Studio & Contemporary Ceramics 1. Katharine Pleydell-Bouverie (1895-1985) Vase fluted with white glaze 12cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 2. Katharine Pleydell-Bouverie (1895-1985) Bowl crackled celadon glaze impressed potter’s seal 7.3cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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3. Katharine Pleydell-Bouverie (1895-1985) Bowl fluted and with celadon glaze impressed potter’s seal 10.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 4. Katharine Pleydell-Bouverie (1895-1985) Bowl crackled beige and dripped white glaze impressed potter’s seal 11.7cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 5. Katharine Pleydell-Bouverie (1895-1985) Vase white glaze impressed potter’s seal 19.5cm high. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 6. Katharine Pleydell-Bouverie (1895-1985) Vase crackled green glaze with stripes impressed potter’s seal 17cm high. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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7. Katharine Pleydell-Bouverie (1895-1985) Mug incised pattern impressed potter’s seal 8.5cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 8. David Leach (1911-2005) at Lowerdown Pottery Vase facetted sides, celadon glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seals 31cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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9. David Leach (1911-2005) at Lowerdown Pottery Vase painted fern decoration potter’s mark and impressed pottery seal 20.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 10. David Leach (1911-2005) at Lowerdown Pottery Vase of square form impressed potter’s and pottery seal 16cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 11. David Leach (1911-2005) Vase brushwork motif impressed potter’s seal 42.5cm high. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 12. David Leach (1911-2005) Dish earthenware, with combed decoration impressed potter’s seal 17.8cm x 23cm. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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13. John Jelfs (b.1946) Bowl tenmoku, with poured green glaze impressed potter’s seal 25.5cm diameter. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 14. Mike Dodd (b.1943) Storage Jar incised chevron panels impressed potter’s seal 28.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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15. Attributred to Mike Dodd (b.1943) Vase decorated with floral sprig 25cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 16. Mike Dodd (b.1943) Vase tenmoku glaze, applied loop handle impressed potter’s seal 25.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 17. Mike Dodd (b.1943) Vase white crackled glaze, incised motif impressed potter’s seal 31.5cm high. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 18. Mike Dodd (b.1943) Vase tenmoku/rust glaze, faceted sides impressed potter’s seal 31.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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19. Peter Swanson (b.1950) Footed bowl poured glaze impressed potter’s seal 27cm diameter. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 20. Joanna Wason (b.1946) at Leach Pottery Vase dripped glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seals 30cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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21. Ray Finch (1914-2012) at Winchcombe Pottery Bowl wave decoration impressed potter’s seal 34cm diameter. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 22. Ray Finch (1914-2012) at Winchcombe Pottery Bowl tenmoku with wave decoration impressed potter’s seal 33.5cm diameter. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 23. Eddie Hopkins (1941-2007) at Winchcombe Pottery Vase dripped blue glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seals 39cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 24. Jim Malone (b.1946) at Ainstable Vase wax resist decoration initialled 28cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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25. Jim Malone (b.1946) at Ainstable Jug facetted, with dripped ash glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seals 36cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 26. Jim Malone (b.1946) Vase white glaze, trailed decoration impressed potter’s seal 34.5cm high. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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27. Nic Collins (20th Century) Vase applied fossil decoration signed 17.5cm high. £40-70 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 28. Ursula Mommens (1908-2010) Vase treacle glaze impressed potter’s seal 22cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 29. Tim Andrews (b.1960) Pot and cover brushwork floral decoration impressed potter’s seal 14.5cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 30. Richard Batterham (b.1936) Bowl celadon glaze, faceted sides 26.5cm diameter. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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31. Edward Hughes (1953-2005) Bowl and footed bowl poured white and turquoise glazes the former impressed potter’s seal 20.5cm diameter and 15cm diameter (2). £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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32. Edward Hughes (1953-2005) Pair of footed dishes with tenmoku decoration each impressed potter’s seal 24.5cm diameter and 23.5cm diameter (2). £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 33. Edward Hughes (1953-2005) Pair of footed dishes with tenmoku decoration each impressed potter’s seal each 24cm diameter (2). £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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34. Phil Rogers (b.1951) Jar and cover ash glaze and faceted sides impressed potter’s seal 24.5cm high. £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 35. Phil Rogers (b.1951) Vase faceted sides double impressed potter’s seal 21cm high. £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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36. Phil Rogers (b.1951) Vase tenmoku glaze, combed decoration impressed potter’s seal 19cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 37. Phil Rogers (b.1951) Two vases combed decoration both with impressed potter’s seal 30.5cm high and 26cm high (2). £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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38. Phil Rogers (b.1951) Three vases all with incised decoration two with impressed potter’s seal tallest 17.7cm high (3). £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 39. Phil Rogers (b.1951) Charger ash glaze, combed decoration impressed potter’s seal 49cm diameter. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 40. Phil Rogers (b.1951) Charger green glaze, incised motif within combed pattern rim impressed potter’s seal 37cm diameter. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 41. Phil Rogers (b.1951) Vase green glaze, impressed motifs impressed potter’s seal 41.5cm high. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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42. Ray Finch (1914-2012) Bowl green and white glaze, combed decoration impressed potter’s seal 21.9cm diameter. £100-150 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 43. Janet Leach (1918-1997) at Leach Pottery Vessel with lug handles impressed potter’s and pottery seals 15.5cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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44. Janet Leach (1918-1997) at Leach Pottery Footed bowl painted hatch decoration impressed potter’s and pottery seals 6.5cm high, 13.7cm diameter. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 45. Nic Collins (20th Century) Vessel lug handles signed 26cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 46. Patrick Sargent (1956-1998) Vase of bottle form 42.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 47. Patrick Sargent (1956-1998) Vessel loop handles 26cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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48. Henry Hammond (1914-1989) Vase painted brushwork foliate design incised monogram 34.5cm high. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 49. Manner of Thomas ‘Sam’ Haile (1909-1948) Bowl decorated in slip with spirals 35.5cm diameter. Provenance: Purchased from Marianne de Trey’s pottery (Haile’s wife) at Shiners Bridge. By repute the current vendor was told it was by Sam Haile at the pottery. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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50. William Newland (1919-1998) Square plate, 1989 decorated with bird on a spire signed and dated 43cm diameter. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 51. Waistel Cooper (1921-2003) Vase tapering form with flaring rim, textured body with turquoise glaze to inside signed 33cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 52. Katherine Pleydell-Bouverie (1895-1985) Two vases unglazed, reeded decoration impressed potter’s seals 21cm and 20cm high. £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 53. Katherine Pleydell-Bouverie (1895-1985) Four vases and a saucer four unglazed, one with fawn glaze impressed potter’s seals tallest 10cm high (5). £40-70 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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54. Waistel Cooper (1921-2003) Four vases squat form, with flaring rims each signed tallest 16.5cm high (4). £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 55. Mike Dodd (b.1943) Vase ash glaze and panelled sides impressed potter’s seal 30cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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56. Jeff Oestreich (b.1947) Charger tenmoku decoration impressed potter’s seal 41cm diameter. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 57. David Lloyd Jones (1928-1994) Charger tenmoku, with decoration to the wide rim 49cm diameter. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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58. Tatsuzo Shimaoka (1919-2007) Dish decorated with stem leaf motif, surrounded by five concentric rings impressed potter’s mark 27cm diameter. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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59. Attributed to Robert Johnson Washington (British, 1913-1997) Vessel, circa 1980 painted motifs faintly impressed potter’s mark 36cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 60. Lisa Hammond (b.1956) Vase poured white glaze with brown spots incised signature 30.5cm high. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 61. Shigeyoshi Ichino (1942-2011) at Leach Pottery Bowl of octagonal form impressed potter’s and pottery seals 6.5cm high, 12.3cm diameter.

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Provenance: Geoffrey Godden Collection; Private Collection. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 62. Rabusai Yoshimura Kyata tea bowl impressed seal 9cm high, 11.5cm across. Provenance: Yamanaka & Co. Ltd. Kyoto; Private Collection. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 63. Ken Matsuzaki (b.1950) Bowl shino glaze 9.5cm high, 24.7cm across. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 64. Ken Matsuzaki (b.1950) Tea bowl yohen gold shino glaze 10cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 65. Attributed to Ken Matsuzaki (b.1950) Footed tea bowl impressed seal 7cm high, 11cm diameter. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 65

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66. John Leach (b.1939) at Muchelney Footed bowl, 1994 impressed potter’s, pottery and date mark 12cm high, 21cm diameter. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 67. Attributed to John Leach (b.1939) at Muchelney Vase of waisted form impressed pottery mark 29cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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68. Micki Schloessingk (b.1949) Bowl impressed potter’s seal 11cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 69. Mike Dodd (b.1943) Vase of ribbed form impressed potter’s seal 11.5cm high. £40-70 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 70. Ursula Mommens (1908-2010) Candle holder blue brushwork design 8cm high, 12.5cm across. £40-70 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 71. Richard Batterham (b.1936) Coffee set comprising coffee pot, hot water jug, milk jug and six mugs ash glazes the coffee pot 17cm high (9). £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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72. Clive Bowen (b.1943) Jug slip decoration 35cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 73. David Leach (1911-2005) Jug impressed potter’s seal 14cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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74. Agnete Hoy (1914-2000) Vase brushwork motifs impressed marks 15.5cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 75. Toff Milway (b.1949) Puzzle jug salt glaze painted mark 11.5cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 76. Lisa Hammond (b.1956) Vase facetted sides, soda glaze impressed potter’s seal 26cm high. £250-350 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 77. David Firth (b.1937) Jug tenmoku impressed potter’s seal 37cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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78. Wenford Bridge 50th Anniversary Plate impressed marks 31cm diameter. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 79. Jane Hamlyn (b.1940) Bowl with handles salt glazed impressed potter’s seal 32cm across. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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80. Ray Finch (1914-2012) at Winchcombe Pottery Dish tenmoku glaze, combed decoration impressed potter’s seal 40cm diameter. £40-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 81. David Leach (1911-2015) Dish slipware, green glaze impressed potter’s seal 42cm diameter. £40-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 82. Roger Perkins (b.1952) Bowl, 1984 raku, with abstract design 51cm across. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 83. Marcio Mattos (b.1946) Jug initialled and labelled 47cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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84. Jane Blackman (b.1965) Vessel white exterior and painted to the inside 30.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 85. Andrew McDonnell (20th Century) Vessel, 1990 signed and dated 62cm high. £100-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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86. Janice Tchalenko (b.1942) Footed bowl green, yellow and spotted decoration 21.2cm diameter. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 87. See page 21 88. See page 21 89. See page 22 90. Aki Moriuchi (b.1947) Vessel with long neck impressed potter’s seal 30cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 91. Quentin Bell (1910-1996) at Fulham Pottery Dish decorated with a lady signed and stamped marks 21cm diameter. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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87 Aki Moriuchi (b.1947) Vase ribbed form, splashed white glaze impressed potter’s seal 13.5cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

88 Aki Moriuchi (b.1947) Vase turquoise glaze impressed potter’s seal 17cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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89 Aki Moriuchi (b.1947) Vessel with long neck and trailed white glaze impressed potter’ seal 58.5cm high. £300-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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92. Camille Virot (b.1947) Vessel panels of white glaze 19.3cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 93. Emmanuel Cooper (1938-2012) Bowl green spotted glaze glaze partially cover impressed potter’s seals 16cm diameter. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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94. Eileen Lewenstein (1925-2005) Footed bowl decorated with blue linear abstract design impressed potter’s seal 12cm diameter. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 95. Martin Lewis (Contemporary) Bottle of twisted form, blue and green volcanic glaze 31cm high. £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 96. Charles Bound (b.1939) Footed bowl wood fired, volcanic glazes 9cm high, 17cm across. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 97. Charles Bound (b.1939) Platter wood fired, volcanic glazes 31.5cm across. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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98. Dan Kelly (Contemporary) Three vessels matt black glazes 19.5cm, 16cm and 18cm high (3). £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 99. William Marshall (1923-2007) Tea bowl tenmoku decoration impressed potter’s seal 9.5cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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100. Takeshi Yasuda (b.1943) Tea bowl 9cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 101. John Leach (b.1939) Tea bowl, 1992 tenmoku impressed potter’s seal and date mark 9.5cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 102. Ashley Howard (Contemporary) Tea bowl poured white glaze impressed potter’s seal 11cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 103. Trevor Corser (1938-2015) Tea bowl tenmoku brush work decoration impressed potter’s seal 8.3cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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104. Ewen Henderson (1934-2000) Two tea bowls laminated clays, with volcanic glazes 9.2cm high and 8cm high (2). £300-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 105. Akiko Hirai (Contemporary) Tea bowl grey petal glazed interior and patterned to the outside 9cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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106. Eben Stewart (Contemporary) Vase dripped volcanic glazes uneven rim 23cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 107. See page 26 108. See page 26 109. John Maltby (b.1936) Mother and Child, 2011 signed and dated (to base) 17.8cm high. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 110. Poh Chap Yeap (b.1927) Footed bowl signed 6.7cm high, 15cm diameter. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 111. Eric James Mellon (1925-2014) Footed dish decorated with the head and shoulders of a women signed and dated 12.7cm diameter. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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107 John Maltby (b.1936) Sculptural form signed ‘MALTBY’ 17cm high. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

108 John Maltby (b.1936) Box and cover decorated with church landscape signed ‘MALTBY’ 13.5cm across. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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112. Jonathan Chiswell Jones (b.1944) ‘Butterfly and Clematis’ charger on blue lustre ground painted potter’s monogram and numbered ‘7201’ 36cm diameter. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 113. Jonathan Chiswell Jones (b.1944) ‘Butterfly and Hydrangea’ bowl on blue lustre ground painted potter’s monogram and numbered ‘7190’ 20.5cm diameter. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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114. Jonathan Chiswell Jones (b.1944) ‘Autumn Leaves’ bowl painted potter’s monogram and numbered ‘6858’ 20.5cm diameter. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 115. Jonathan Chiswell Jones (b.1944) ‘Boat on Silver Sea’ bowl on green lustre ground painted potter’s monogram and numbered ‘7194’ 17.5cm diameter. £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 116. Jonathan Chiswell Jones (b.1944) ‘Fish and Seaweed’ bowl on turquoise lustre ground painted potter’s monogram and numbered ‘7094’ 18.3cm diameter. £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 117. Anne and Peter Stougaard (Contemporary) Tea bowl and jug painted marks 7.7cm and 11cm high (2). £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 118. Anna Stina Naess (b.1974) Three vases, 2004 white porcelain, with trailed decoration each signed and dated the tallest 18cm high (3). £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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119. Kumiko Kimbara Asti (Contemporary) Vase black, blue and ochre pattern impressed artist’s mark 32.5cm high. £180-220 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 120. Kumiko Kimbara Asti (Contemporary) Box and cover black, blue and ochre pattern impressed artist’s mark 22.5cm across. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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121. Martin McWilliam (Contemporary) Box and cover blue and white patterned design impressed potter’s seal 15.5cm high, 18.8cm across. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 122. Heidi Hentze (Contemporary) Vessel white porcelain highlighted in pink 11.3cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 123. Heidi Hentze (Contemporary) Connection container white porcelain 7.5cm high, 19cm across. £100-200 124. David Garland (b.1941) Teapot, 2009 brushwork decoration and cane handle signed and dated 21.5cm across. £120-180 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 125. Rosalie Dodds (Contemporary) Vase impressed potter’s seal 18cm high. £30-50 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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126. Mary Rich (b.1940) Vase inverted form, black and white spiral glaze impressed potter’s seal 17.5cm high. £30-50 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 127. Mary Rich (b.1940) Miniature tea set painted green and gold comprising teapot, five cups and saucers, milk jug, and sugar bowl each with impressed potter’s seal teapot 13.5cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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128. Mary Rich (b.1940) Footed bowl painted gold and blue geometric patterns impressed potter’s seal 21cm diameter. £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 129. Hazel Johnston (1933-2011) Two vases with flaring rims impressed potter’s seals 19.5cm diameter and 21.5cm diameter (2). £40-70 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 130. See page 30 130A. Hazel Johnston (1933-2011) Vase dripped glazes and gold painted rim impressed potter’s seal 12.5cm high. £30-50 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 131. See page 31 132. See page 32

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130 Lucie Rie (1902-1995) Bowl stoneware, ash glaze with incised lines to interior impressed potter’s seal 9.8cm high, 20.3cm diameter. £4000-6000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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131 Lucie Rie (1902-1995) Bowl elliptical form, manganese glaze with yellow rim impressed potter’s seal 10.7cm high, 17.6cm diameter. £1500-2000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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132 Emmanuel Cooper (1938-2012) Bowl poured blue glaze impressed potter’s seal 11.6cm high. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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133. Chris Carter (b.1945) Vase stoneware with silicon carbide glaze, clear glaze to interior impressed potter’s seal 22cm high. £150-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 134. Chris Carter (b.1945) Bowl stoneware with silicon carbide glaze impressed potter’s seal 22cm high. £150-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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135 Chris Carter (b.1945) Bowl stoneware with silicon carbide glaze impressed potter’s seal 37cm diameter. £350-450 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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140. 20th Century School Winged vessel green glaze 18cm high, together with two further vases and a flower form (4). £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 141. Takeshi Yasuda (b.1943) Tea bowl white glaze with trailed design impressed potter’s seal 10cm high. £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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142. Anna Lambert (b.1957) Bowl and spoon green scratched glaze, the spoon modelled as apple blossom incised signature 9cm high. £140-180 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 143. Anna Lambert (b.1957) Lidded jar and spoon green scratched glaze, the spoon modelled as a moth atop a leaf incised signature 17cm high. £180-220 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 144. Philip Evans (b.1959) Footed vessel textured finish with enamels sprigged potter’s mark 11cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 145. Philip Evans (b.1959) Vessel textured finish with enamels sprigged potter’s mark 11cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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146. Philip Evans (b.1959) Vessel textured finish with enamels and gold leaf sprigged potter’s mark 10cm high. £50-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 147. Anna Lambert (b.1957) Lidded jar scratched glaze, the lid modelled with apple blossom tree incised signature 18cm high. £150-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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148. Laurence McGowan (b.1942) Owl painted potter’s monogram 22cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 149. Tessa Fuchs (1936-2012) ‘Storm’ bowl impressed potter’s seal 7.5cm high, 17cm diameter. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 150. Bridget Drakeford (Contemporary) Vase of ribbed form and with gold rim signed 19cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 151. Tessa Fuchs (1936-2012) Bowl depicting a ram on cliff side impressed potter’s seal 8.6cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 152. Tessa Fuchs (1936-2012) Charger depicting a dove on a branch signed 34.5cm diameter. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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153. Alan Caiger-Smith (b.1930) Two goblets red and blue designs signed tallest 17.2cm high, together with a pair of Aldermaston goblets (4). £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 153A Sasha Wardell (b.1956) ‘Space’ bowl incised initials 10cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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154. Aldermaston Pottery Footed bowl lustre glaze, with ruby and gold repeating patterns signed 40cm across. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 155. Takeshi Yasuda (b.1943) Jug sansai glaze signed on label 25.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 156. Betty Blandino (1927-2011) Bowl coiled, textured and with uneven rim 18cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 157. Betty Blandino (1927-2011) Bowl coiled, the rim glazed in white and blue 10.3cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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158. Glenys Barton (b.1944) Male Torso, 1987 ceramic signed and dated 31cm high. Provenance: Contemporary Art Society Market, London, 1987; Private Collection. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 159. Eileen Lewenstein (1925-2005) Three vessels two impressed potter’s seal 17cm, 18.5cm and 14cm high (3). £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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160. Terri Holman (Contemporary) Jug incised initials 33.5cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 161. Peter Wright (1919-2003) Footed bowl layered porcelain incised monogram 7cm high, 13.5cm across. Provenance: Peter Dingley Gallery, Stratford-uponAvon; Private Collection. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 162. Jane Waller (Contemporary) Bowl, 1991 16.5cm across. £40-70 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 163. Val Barry (b.1937) Vessel crackled glaze impressed potter’s mark 15cm high. Provenance: Peter Dingley Gallery, Stratford-uponAvon; Private Collection. £40-70 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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164 Roy Ashmore (Contemporary) Torso 50cm high. £100-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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165. Aneta Regel (Contemporary) Sculptural form red glaze 47cm across. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 166. Peter Wills (Contemporary) Footed bowl dripped manganese rim impressed potter’s seal 9.3cm high, 23cm diameter. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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167. Marianne De Trey (1913-2016) Vase incised motif impressed potter’s seal 20cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 168. Marianne De Trey (1913-2016) Vase porcelain, of flower form impressed potter’s seal 12cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 169. Alan Wallwork (b.1931) Seed pod incised potter’s initials 13.5cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 170. Agnete Hoy (1914-2000) for Bullers Tea bowl, circa 1939-52 celadon glaze impressed marks 7.5cm high. £40-70 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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170A. Walter Keeler (b.1942) Jug graduated brown glaze impressed circular signature 19.2cm high. £30-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 170B. Ian Gregory (b.1942) Model of a dog green speckled glaze impressed potter’s seal 23.8cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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171. Takeshi Yasuda (b.1943) Tea bowl porcelain labelled 9cm high. Provenance: Beaux Arts, Bath; Private Collection. £40-70 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 172. Takeshi Yasuda (b.1943) Tea bowl sansai glaze impressed potter’s seal 9.5cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 173. Chris Jenkins (b.1933) Bowl soda glaze with white and brown stripes impressed potter’s seal 9.4cm high. £30-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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174. Colin Kellam (b.1942) Bowl and lamp painted with floral patterns impressed potter’s seals bowl 33cm high (2). £50-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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175. Richard Batterham (b.1936) Jug celadon glaze 21.6cm high. £50-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 176. Richard Batterham (b.1936) Jug and coffee pot with celadon glazes 16.5cm high and 23cm high (2). £30-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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177. Mick Arnup (1925-2008) Charger, 1982 painted with landscape signed and dated 39cm high, together with a Contemporary large vessel (2). £40-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 178. Alan Caiger-Smith (b.1930) Platter oblong shape, painted with red patterns painted potter’s monogram 52cm high (2). £30-50 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 179. See page 43 180. Charles Vyse (1882-1971) Vase, 1936 Celadon glaze incised signature and date 13.3cm high. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 181. Alan Wallwork (b.1931) Vase square form initialled 14.3cm high, 21cm across. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 182. Ann-Wynn Reeves (1929-?) Model hen artist’s label 14.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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179 Lucie Rie (1902-1995) Pouring vessel manganese glaze impressed potter’s seal 12.6cm high, 16.5cm across. £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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183. William Moorcroft (1872-1945) for James Macintyre & Co. Florian Ware vase underglazed green signature and stamped manufacturer’s mark 18.5cm high. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 184. Frank Butler for Doulton Lambeth Pair of vases stylised scrolling plants incised monogram and factory marks each 26.5cm high (2). £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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185. Eliza Simmance for Doulton Lambeth Pair of vases, 1887 scrolling foliate design incised monogram and factory marks each 22.5cm high (2). Provenance: Richard Dennis, 1974; Private Collection. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 186. Frank Butler for Doulton Lambeth Jug incised monogram and factory marks 18cm high, together with another jug by Emily Edwards for Doulton Lambeth, 21.5cm high (2). £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 187. Eliza Simmance for Doulton Lambeth Vase decorated with flowering plants incised monogram and factory marks 19cm high. Provenance: Richard Dennis, 1974; Private Collection. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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188. Eliza Simmance for Doulton Lambeth Jardiniere and vase decorated with flowering plants incised monogram and factory marks the vase 25cm high, together with a Frank Butler jardinere and vase (4). £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 189. Leslie Harradine (1887-1965) for Doulton Lambeth Vase decorated with a peacock in a landscape incised monogram and factory marks 22.5cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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190. Harry Simeon for Royal Doulton Vase with circular flower head design incised monogram and factory marks 16cm high, together with four further Doulton vases (5). £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 191. Eliza Simmance for Royal Doulton Pair of vases decorated with forget-me-not flowers incised monogram and factory marks each 27cm high (2).

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Provenance: Richard Dennis, 1974; Private Collection. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 192. Riessner, Stellmacher & Kessel Amphora vase, circa 1901 decorated with applied flower heads, gilded loop handles stamped Amphora Austria 8941 48.5cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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193. Attributed to Augustus Pugin Set of five encaustic floor tiles with scrolling yellow decoration each 11.1cm x 11.1cm, together with three further encaustic tiles depicting animals, and two Minton tiles (10). £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 194. Art Nouveau Green glazed jug narrow formed neck to a wide base marked numbers 2718-3 19.5cm high. £40-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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197 Emile Gallé (1846-1904) Vase cameo orange overlaid glass signed ‘Gallé’ in cameo 11.3cm high. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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Arts & Crafts 199. William Moorcroft (1872-1945) George VI Coronation bowl underglazed initials and stamped maker’s marks 7cm high, 15.5cm diameter. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 200. Sir Edmund Elton (1846-1920) Vase decorated with blue and orange flowers, and numerous handles signed 31cm high.

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Provenance: Richard Dennis, 1974; Private Collection. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 201. Sir Edmund Elton (1846-1920) Two teapots signed the larger teapot 20cm across (2). £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 202. Sir Edmund Elton (1846-1920) Two jugs and a flower vase each signed the tallest 19.5cm high (3). £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 203. Sir Edmund Elton (1846-1920) Vase of double gourd form, crackled gold glaze 16.5cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 204. Sir Edmund Elton (1846-1920) Vase decorated with blue flowers signed 33cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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205. Bretby Pottery Jardiniere decorated with stylised flowers, blue glaze impressed pottery mark 19cm high. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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206. Upchurch Pottery Five vases with dripped glazes each signed ‘Upchurch’ the tallest 19.3cm high (5). £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 207. Attributed to Archibald Knox (1864-1933) for Liberty & Co. Timepiece, design no.0721 enamel face, copper dial and pewter case the case embellished with ivy stamped 0721, ENGLISH PEWTER, MADE BY LIBERTY & CO 12cm high, 8.4cm wide. £1000-2000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 208. Liberty & Co. Box, design No.01021 pewter with enamel landscape panel stamped 01021, ENGLISH PEWTER, MADE BY LIBERTY & CO 6.5cm high, 17.1cm wide, together with a pewter box with ruskin style roundel (2). £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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209 209. Kenneth Clark (1922-2012) Pair of ‘Galleon’ tiles after William De Morgan each 15.3cm x 15.3cm (2). £30-50 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 210. Kenneth Clark (1922-2012) Set of eight animal tiles, after William De Morgan including Pelican, Owl, Fish and Dodo each 15.3cm x 15.3cm (8). £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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211. Kenneth Clark (1922-2012) Set of four ‘BBB’ tiles, after William De Morgan in the blue colour way each 15.3cm x 15.3cm (4). £40-70 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 212. Kenneth Clark (1922-2012) Set of five arts and crafts style tiles, after William De Morgan each 15.3cm x 15.3cm (5). £40-70 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 213. Kenneth Clark (1922-2012) Four tiles, after William Morris each 15.3cm x 15.3cm (4). £30-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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214. Newlyn Style Pair of Arts & Crafts candlesticks brass, with twisted stems over embossed bases 30cm high (2). £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 215. See page 51 216. See pages 52 and 53 217. Gordon Russell (1892-1980) Pair of chairs shaped back, drop-in seats and on square legs metal ‘Gordon Russell Ltd.’ labels 89cm high (2). £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 218. Manner of Charles Spooner (1862-1938) Bureau mahogany, the fall front revealing pigeon holes raised on octagonal legs joined by semi-circular stretcher 101cm high, 76cm wide. 44cm deep. Spooner has similar designs with octagonal legs and semi-cirucular stretcher. This piece may have been made by a student of Spooner, when he taught at the Central School of Arts & Crafts. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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215 Arthur Romney Green (1872-1945) Table, circa 1935 oak carved diamond motif decoration, and shaped carved supports and stretcher 74cm high, 182.5cm long, 76cm deep. Literature: Herbert Grimwood & Frederick Goodyear, An Introduction to Decorative Woodwork, 1936, p.70, fig.44 for a similar smaller example. £1000-2000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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216 Gordon Russell (1892-1980) Dining suite, 1927 comprising sideboard (model no.383), circular table (model no.386) and four chairs (model no.295) mahogany the sideboard 91.5cm high, 148.5cm across, 47cm deep, the table 74.5cm high, 120cm diameter, the chairs 96cm high (6). Provenance: Sold together with original receipt. £2000-4000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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219. Alan Peters (1933-2009) Coffee table oak of two tier form, on square tapering legs stamped maker’s mark 105.5cm across, 43.4cm high, 38.5cm deep. Provenance: From the Collection of W.G. Jenkins, Founder and Chairman of the Edward Barnsley Trust; Purchased directly from Alan Peters, 1971. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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220. Attributed to Alan Peters (1933-2009) Wall cabinet cherry wood with fall front, opening to reveal shelves 45.3cm high, 90.5cm across. Provenance: From the Collection of W.G. Jenkins, Founder and Chairman of the Edward Barnsley Trust; Purchased directly from Edward Barnsley, 1980. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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221 Edward Barnsley (1900-1987) Occasional table inlaid yew circular, with inlaid curved supports stamped maker’s mark 45.5cm high, 62cm diameter. Provenance: From the Collection of W.G. Jenkins, Founder and Chairman of the Edward Barnsley Trust; Purchased directly from Edward Barnsley, 1977. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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222 Edward Barnsley (1900-1987) Side cabinet inlaid Australian blackbean bowed front, fitted two drawers over sliding tambour doors on square tapering feet stamped maker’s mark 85.5cm high, 121.5cm across, 54.7cm deep. Provenance: From the Collection of W.G. Jenkins, Founder and Chairman of the Edward Barnsley Trust. £800-1200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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223 Edward Barnsley (1900-1987) Chest of drawers inlaid Cuban mahogany bowed front, fitted five graduated drawers on shaped feet stamped maker’s mark 91.2cm high, 103.8cm across, 50.5cm deep. Provenance: From the Collection of W.G. Jenkins, Founder and Chairman of the Edward Barnsley Trust. £1500-2500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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226 Gordon Russell (1892-1980) Sideboard, 1926 design no. 470 oak original paper label 180cm across, 100.5cm high, 50.5cm deep. £3000-5000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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227. Gordon Russell (1892-1980) Armchair, circa 1925 design no. 213 with strap leather seat metal Russell & Sons label 98c, high, 58cm wide. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 228. Arts & Crafts Owl teapot decorated with flowers and scrolling foliage marked ‘H’ (to the base) 24.2cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 227

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229. Keswick School of Industrial Art Tray copper, repousse decorated with foliate design stamped mark 20.7cm diameter. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 230. Guild of Handicrafts Pair of silver candlesticks of hexagonal form each hallmarked for 1965 23cm high (2). £800-1200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 231. Keswick School of Industrial Art Set of six teaspoons silver, with scrolling terminals, turned stems and hammered bowls five stamped for Birmingham 1904, one stamped for Chester 1907 fitted case, the case stamped ‘Keswick School of Industrial Arts’ each spoon 9.8cm long. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 232. Brannam Pottery Arts & Crafts vase with twin handles, in brown and green glaze probably retailed for Liberty & Co. 16cm high. £40-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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233. Dunmore Pottery Wall shelf modelled as a mermaid impressed marks 27.5cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 234. Frances Richards (1903-1985) Bowl, 1928 mottled brown glaze incised monogram and date 25.6cm diameter. £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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235. Maw and Co. Peacock in a blossom tree two tiles set in frame each tile 15cm x 15cm (2). Provenance: The Collection of Michael Blood and Carolyn Wraight; Private Collection. £40-70 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 236. Joan Duffus (20th Century) Antelope and Swan tiles, circa 1930s hand painted each signed (to the reverse) 12.3cm x 12.3cm and 10.3cm x 10.3cm respectively, another tile of a calf, by Dunsmore on a Minton Hollins blank, 15.3cm x 15.3cm, Christina Sheppard for Henry Richards Tile Company, Japanese geisha tile 15.3cm x 15.3cm, and an art nouveau tile of a maiden, 14.7cm x 14.7cm (5). Provenance: The Collection of Michael Blood and Carolyn Wraight; Private Collection. £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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The following works (lots 237-251) by Hugh Birkett (1919-2012) come from the collection of Geoffrey Alp. Alp was a director at Parker Knoll and was a lifelong friend of Birkett.

237 Hugh Birkett (1919-2002) Nesting boxes, 1976 elm, teak, Honduras rosewood, Indian loral, padauk, satinwood each twelve-sided box fitting inside another the largest signed and dated, the others inscribed with type of wood 10cm high, 12.3cm diameter. Provenance: Given to Geoffrey Alp by Hugh Birkett; thence by descent. £500-700 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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238. Hugh Birkett (1919-2002) Caddy box, 1987 sixteen-sided, each panel in a different wood ebony, laburnum, satinwood, African blackwood, yew, padauk, olive, Indian rosewood, box, partridge wood, holly, mahogany, sycamore, Indian laurel, hornbeam, the lid in makore, the base in oak signed and dated, the others inscribed with type of wood 13.6cm high, 14.3cm diameter.

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242. Hugh Birkett (1919-2002) Tea caddy, 1981 padauk with box inlay signed and dated 14.5cm high, 13cm diameter.

243. Hugh Birkett (1919-2002) Cigar box, 1994 dark wood, rectangular signed and dated 5.5cm high, 20cm across.

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Provenance: Given to Geoffrey Alp by Hugh Birkett; thence by descent. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

Provenance: Given to Geoffrey Alp by Hugh Birkett; thence by descent. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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244. Hugh Birkett (1919-2002) Jewellery box, 1996 mahogany signed and dated 11cmm high, 13.7cm across. Provenance: Given to Geoffrey Alp by Hugh Birkett; thence by descent. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 245. Hugh Birkett (1919-2002) Specimen box, 1998 panelled in various woods signed and dated 7.7cm high, 11cm across.

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249. Hugh Birkett (1919-2002) Stool, 1977 weaved top over square cut legs signed and dated 41cm high, 54cm wide, 40.5cm deep. Provenance: Given to Geoffrey Alp by Hugh Birkett; thence by descent. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 250. Hugh Birkett (1919-2002) Wall clock, 1974 mahogany signed and inscribed Moreton in Marsh 39cm diameter. Provenance: Given to Geoffrey Alp by Hugh Birkett; thence by descent. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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251. Hugh Birkett (1919-2002) Wine table, 1996 oak hinged top enclosing wine storage, panelled sides and top signed and dated 48cm high, 53cm wide. Provenance: Given to Geoffrey Alp by Hugh Birkett; thence by descent. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 252. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (1876-1955) Mouseman ash tray oak carved mouse signature 10cm across. £50-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 253. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (1876-1955) Mouseman bowl oak carved mouse signature 29cm diameter. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 254. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (1876-1955) Mouseman breadboard oak, octagonal shape carved mouse signature 30.7cm across. £100-150 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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255. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (1876-1955) Mouseman cheeseboard oak carved mouse signature (to handle) 39cm across. £100-150 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 255

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256. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (1876-1955) Mouseman cheeseboard oak carved mouse signature (to board) 37cm across. £250-350 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 257. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (1876-1955) Mouseman bookstand oak carved mouse signature 21cm high, 45cm wide. £250-350 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 258. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (1876-1955) Mouseman Ink stand oak carved mouse signature 8.7cm high x 11.8cm deep. £100-150 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 259. Mouseman Stool Oak, kidney shaped top with three octagonal legs carved mouse signature 36cm high. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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Art Deco and Pre-War Modernism

260 Daum of Nancy Vase acid etched and decorated with flowering foliage marked ‘Daum, Nancy’ with Lorraine cross 49.7cm high. £500-700 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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261. Baccarat Pair of candlesticks in the form of Grecian ladies frosted and moulded glass each marked ‘Baccarat’ 32cm high (2). £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 262. Géza Gorka (1894-1971) ‘Zodiac’ vase impressed maker’s mark 25cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 263. Gray-Stan Vase mottled red and black glass stamped maker’s mark 36cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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264. Monart Vase swirling green, purple and blue glass paper label 18cm high. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 265. Attributed to Monart Vase orange, black and bronzed glass 17cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 266. Attributed to Monart Vase orange, green and blue glass 14cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 267. Vasart Vase swirling green and white glass stamped maker’s mark 19cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 268. Vasart Footed vase green and orange glass with bronze inclusions 17cm high. £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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269. Vasart Vase green and blue glass 25cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 270. Manner of Monart Near pair of vases mottled orange glass each 20cm high (2). £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 271. Whitefriars Three footed dessert bowls, circa 1940s pat. no. 9313 ribbon trailed glass each 7.3cm high, together with similar ribbon trailed vase, 14cm high (4). £40-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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272. Whitefriars Vase, 1930s streaky amber glass, of indented form 30cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 273. James Hogan and William Wilson for Whitefriars Bowl sapphire glass, of lobed form 26cm across, together with a similar bowl in clear glass, 30cm across (2). £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 274. Attributed to Whitefriars Vase clear glass ribbon trailed with black 24.7cm high. £40-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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275. Attributed to William Wilson for Whitefriars Three vases glass the largest 18.5cm high (3). £30-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 276. Clyne Farquharson for John Walsh Walsh ‘Leaf’ footed bowl engraved glass signed 25.5cm diameter. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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277. Charles Schneider of France Vase streaked orange glass with bubbles signed ‘Schneider’ 17cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 278. British School Vase crackled glass with multi-coloured inclusions 20.5cm high and a glass paperweight with wire inclusions, 9.5cm across (2). £30-50 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 279. Moser of Karlsbad Bowl and cover blue glass decorated in gilt with a Grecian musician and dancer 13.4cm across. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 280. Daum of Nancy Bowl glass in shades of pink etched ‘Daum, Nancy’ and with Lorraine Cross 12.4cm diameter. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 281. Manner of Jan Martel Art Deco style bronze of a human figure with unicorn head, holding a bowl with ‘The ankh’ (The Key of Life) in the Egyptian style 50.5cm high. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 281

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282. Royal Doulton Titanium ‘Egyptian Revival’ bowl the supports in the form of sarcophagi manufacturer’s stamp 14.5cm across. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 283. Art Deco Desk top ink stand calamander inlaid with boxwood on square feet the top fitted with two glass inkwells 27.5cm across, 18.5cm deep.

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Provenance: By repute made for the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley in 1924. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 284. Wedgwood & Co. Ltd. Monostatos hand painted porcelain figure numbered ‘1261’ and manufacturer’s mark 20cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 285. Czech School in the manner of Schlevogt Hoffmann two malachite vases each decorated with a band of cherubs in relief each 8.5cm high (2). £20-40 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 286. Manner of Vanessa Bell (1879-1961) and The Omega Workshops Seated lady in blue robes 29cm high. £250-350 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 287. Italian Mid-Century School Pedestal vase, possibly by Renato Bassanelli depicting figures and a horse in landscape possibly signed ‘Bassanelli, ROMA, P. Unica’ 22.5cm high. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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288. Clyne Farquharson for John Walsh Walsh ‘Kendal’ vase, circa 1930s engraved glass signed 24.7cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 289. Heatmaster - Ellgreave Pottery Company Art Deco teapot, circa 1950 earthenware teapot, insulated chromed casing with bakelite feet and finial stamped ‘Heatmaster’ brand mark 25cm across. £30-50 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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290. Style of Wiener Werkstatte Austrian vase decorated with black and white sections 18cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 290A. See page 72 290B. Russian School Pair of salts silver and enamel, with glass liners stamped marks 6.4cm across. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 291. American School Table lamp, circa 1930 bronze and brass with leather strapping 41cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 292. Keith Murray (1892-1981) for Wedgwood Vase tapering form with fluted decoration, in moonstone glaze printed manufacturer’s marks 23cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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290a Georg Jensen Silver ‘Acorn’ dessert service comprising a serving spoon, a smaller serving spoon, four dessert spoons, a small dessert spoon, six tea spoons, four fruit knives, four dessert knives, a butter knife, a table knife, four dessert forks, a sauce ladle, a pair of sugar tongs and a caddy spoon stamped maker’s marks the total weight of weighable silver 26.5oz the longest serving spoon 24cm long. £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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293. Clarice Cliff ‘Tennis’ pattern dish, circa 1930 Fantasque painted marks 17.6cm diameter. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 294. Clarice Cliff ‘Lupin’ pattern beaker, circa 1930 Bizarre painted marks 7.2cm high. £40-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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295. Susie Cooper (1902-1995) for A. E Gray & Co Ltd. ‘Cubist’ pattern bowl manufacturer’s marks 17cm diameter. £60-90 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 296. Susie Cooper (1902-1995) Vase, 1933 painted leaf pattern signed and dated 14.5cm high. £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 297. Susie Cooper (1902-1995) Studio Jug, 1933 green glaze, incised pattern incised signature 17.3cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 298. Susie Cooper (1902-1995) for A. E Gray & Co Ltd. Coffee set comprising coffee pot, milk jug, sugar basin, six cups and saucers manufacturer’s marks coffee pot 21cm high. £70-90 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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299. Susie Cooper (1902-1995) for A. E Gray & Co Ltd. Cup and saucer, beaker and milk jug manufacturer's marks beaker 10.6cm high (4). £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 300. Susie Cooper (1902-1995) for Awmacks Tea pot and stand manufacturer’s marks 14.5cm high. £60-90 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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301. Art Deco School Games box Amboyna, the lid revealing mechanism to hold six packs of cards 10.5cm high, 20.5cm wide. £70-90 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 302. Gustav Siegel (1861-1931) for J & J Kohn Rocking chair, circa 1910 Bentwood, beech and mahogany part label 96cm high, 54cm wide. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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Post-War Modernism 303. Shelley Vase dripped blue, green and brown glaze stamped manufacturer’s mark 12.5cm high. £40-70 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 304. Anthony Stern (b.1944) Seascape bowl with swirl sea design in multi-colour glass signed 15cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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305. Sam Herman (b.1936) Vase, 1975 swirling white and orange glass signed, dated and numbered 13cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 306. George Elliott of Bewdley Bowl, 1976 swirling orange and frosted glass signed and dated 14cm high, 20.5cm diameter. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 307. George Elliott of Bewdley Vase, 1974 orange, red and iridescent glass signed and dated 9.5cm high. £40-70 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 307A. Otto Breuer (1897-1938) for Holmegaard Two ‘Gul’ vases in blue and orange glass 25cm high and 31.4cm high (2). £40-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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308. Pauline Solven (b.1943) Bowl, 1977 and dish, 1976 each signed and dated the bowl 10.5cm high, the dish 30cm across (2). £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 308

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309. Dillon Clark (b.1946) Vase ribbon trailed glass signed 24.7cm high. £40-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 310. Nils Landberg (1907-1991) for Orrefors Vase smoky grey cased in clear glass marked and numbered ‘3538/1’ 34.5cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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311. Per Lutken (1916-1998) for Holmegaard Two ‘Menuet’ vases, a vase and a bowl sky blue and smoky grey glass each marked the vase 16.5cm high, together with a similar unmarked vase (5). £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 312. Murano of Italy Millefiori vase, together with two bowls glass one bowl labelled the vase 22cm high (3). £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 313. Poole Pottery Coffee Set, circa 1960s consisting of coffee pot, water jug, sugar basin and cover, milk jug, another pot, nine coffee cups and seven saucers the coffee pot 14.5cm high (21) £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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314. Wedgwood Moonstone tea set of ribbed form with white glaze consisting of serving plate, milk jug, sugar bowl, six tea plates, six large saucers, two small saucers and four cups stamped marks the milk jug 15cm across (21) £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 314

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315. Manner of Kosta Boda Pair of vases glass, engraved with butterflies each inscribed ‘E26299’ 19cm high (2). £30-50 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 316. Eric Schamschula (1925-2004) “O”, 1997 glass sculpture 1/3, signed, dated and numbered 49cm across. £600-1000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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317 Gilles Chabrier (b.1959) Head, 1995 glass sculpture signed and dated 33cm high, 40.5cm across. £1000-2000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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323. Carlo Moretti ‘Surmo’ vase glass 145/333, titled, dated and numbered, and with manufacturer’s sticker 22cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 324. Simon Moore (Contemporary) Vessel clear glass with black rim signed 14.5cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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325. Otto Breuer (1897-1938) for Holmegaard ‘Thul’ vase, 1960 smoky green glass etched Holmegaard 1960 39.5cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 326. Wilhelm Kage (1880-1960) for Gustavsberg Argenta vase decorated with a mermaid manufacturer’s marks 26cm high. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 327. Contemporary School Dish enamelled metal blue, gold and red patterns 40cm across. £20-50 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 328. Stephen Smarr for Vandermark Merritt Vase cased blue and green glass flowers etched signature 14.5cm high. £30-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 329. Carlton Ware ‘Orbit’ coffee set, 1960s comprising coffee pot, water pot, sugar bowl and six cups and saucers manufacturer’s marks the coffee pot 28cm high (9). £120-180 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 329

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330. Nils Thorsson (1898-1975) for Royal Copenhagen ‘Fish and Mosaic’ vase manufacturer’s marks 28cm high. £50-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 331. Eva Staehr Nielsen for Saxbo Vase ochre glazes impressed maker’s marks the vase 12.5cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 330

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332. Eva Staehr Nielsen for Saxbo Teapot ochre glazes impressed maker’s marks the teapot 21.2cm across. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 333. Piero Fornasetti (1913-1988) ‘Bistecca alla Fiorentina’ and ‘Fettuccine alla Romana’ plates stamped manufacturer’s marks each 23.5cm diameter (2). £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 334. Piero Fornasetti (1913-1988) Card case or vesta case enamel and wood, depicting the Queen of Hearts manufacturer’s marks 10.7cm x 15cm. £50-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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337. Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars Arctic blue bowl with cased blue stripe, patent no. 9573, designed in 1961 glass 41cm across. Literature: see Lesley Jackson (ed.), Whitefriars Glass: The Art of James Powell & Sons, Richard Dennis, 1996, p.135, pl.146 for a similar example. £40-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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340. Kenneth Clark (1922-2012) and Ann-Wynn Reeves Set of 7 ‘Carnival’ Tiles, 1960s/1970s four in blue colour way and three in orange colour way each tile 15.3cm x 15.3cm (7). £40-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 341. Tony Morris for Poole Pottery Bowl, circa 1950 inverted rim, decorated with blue and white squares painted monogram, impressed Poole marks 27.5cm across. £1000-1500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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342 Andreas Hansen (b.1936) for Hadsten Traeindustri Standing writing desk, circa 1970s with two pen holders and drop leaf covered with leather the inside divided into sections manufacturer’s label 125cm high, 81cm across, 53.5cm deep. Andreas Hansen was Royal Academy trained and worked with Mogens Koch, Wholert and Klint. He owned his own company from the sixties. £800-1200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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343. French School ‘Gilded Lily’ coffee table with circular glass top 43cm high, 78.5cm diameter. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 344. Philippe Starck ‘Romeo’ standard lamp slender metal shaft and glass inner shade 165cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 345. See page 84 346. Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni for Flos ‘Taccia’ table lamp, originally designed in 1967 white enamelled aluminium and glass on a steel base manufacturer’s label the dome 48cm across. £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 347. Marcel Breuer (1902-1981) ‘Laccio’ coffee table and side table, possibly produced by Gavina laminated wood and tubular steel frames the coffee table 136cm long, 34cm high (2). £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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345 Ettore Sottsass (1917-2007) for Knoll International Pair of ‘Eastside’ chairs, circa 1983 in original grey, blue and green upholstery, on tubular legs 86cm high, 82cm wide, 73cm deep (2). £1000-2000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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349. Jacques Hitier (1917-1999) Desk fitted three drawers with coloured fronts 108cm across, 74.5cm high, 59cm deep. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 350. 1950s School Pair of industrial lights with domed red tops 76cm high (2). £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 349 351. Mid-Century French School Occasional table, circa 1940s oak with shaped supports 59.5cm high, 65cm diameter. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 352. 1960s School Futuristic table lamp orange enamel and metal with adjustable light 43.5cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 353. Italian School Mirror made up of glass shards 58cm x 73cm. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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354. Ron Arad (b.1966) for Kartell ‘H’ system modular shelving unit, circa 1995 each unit 56cm high, 56cm wide. £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 355. Bottega Gadda, Milan lamp brass and copper manufacturer’s sticker 56cm high. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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356. Ove Sandberg for Kosta Cameo table lamp purple and frosted glass, decorated with horses etched Kosta 11020 Sandberg 15cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 357. See page 87 358. Andrew Lapthorn (Contemporary) Corner table inlaid stamped maker’s mark 190cm high. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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357 William Katavolos, Douglas Kelley, and Ross Littell Set of six ‘T-Chairs’, originally designed in 1952 enamelled steel and leather 81cm high, 59cm across (6). Provenance: With the current vendors family since the late 1960s/early 1970s. £1200-1800 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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359 Antonio Citterio (b.1950) for B&B Italia ‘Elios’ writing desk fitted six drawers, folding top and on octagonal support 94.5cm high, 124cm across, 50cm deep. £1000-2000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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360. Eileen Gray for Classicon Pair of ‘Bar Stool No.1’, originally designed in 1928 height adjustable tubular steel chrome stem, lacquered cast aluminium base manufacturer’s marks and numbered MC000128 and MC000145 73.5cm high (2). £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 361. Alessandro Albrizzi (1934-1994) Coffee table lucite and chrome 38cm high, 91cm across. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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Modern British & Post-War Design Artist’s Textiles 364. John Piper (1903-1992) for A. Sandersons and Sons Northern Cathedral, designed 1959 screen print on Sanderlin 37cm x 53.5cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 365. John Piper (1903-1992) for A. Sandersons and Sons The Glyders, designed 1960 screen print in 13 colours on Sanderlin 50cm x 41cm. £250-350 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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369. Frank Lloyd Wright (1868-1959) for F. Schumacher & Co. Taliesin Design, designed 1955 screen print on linen 66.5cm x 47cm. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 370. Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) for Fuller Fabrics Spring, designed 1955 screen print on cotton 30.5cm x 41cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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367 John Piper (1903-1992) Foliate Head 7/70, numbered and inscribed ‘John Piper’ on selvedge tapestry, wool 189cm x 139cm. £1500-2500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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371. Anthony Harrison (b.1931) for Edinburgh Weavers Matador, designed 1958 screen print on cotton 41.5cm x 54.5cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 372. Lucienne Day (1917-2010) for Heals Calyx, designed 1951 screen print on linen 33.5cm x 53.5cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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373. Althea McNish (b.1933) for Hull Traders Painted Desert, designed 1959 pigment dye on satinised cotton on a bolt end 2 meter length. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 374. John Wright for Edinburgh Weavers Kabadi, designed 1968 jacquard weave, rayon and cotton on a bolt end 6 meter length. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 375. Shirley Craven (b.1934) for Hull Traders Heptad, designed 1959 pigment dye on satinised cotton on a bolt end 12 meter length. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 376. Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) for Bloomcraft Hanging Flowers, 1964 screen printed textile on cotton 50cm x 69cm. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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377 William Scott (1913-1989) for Edinburgh Weavers ‘Skaill’, circa 1959 yellow colourway wool jacquard weave 196cm x 211cm. £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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378 Henry Moore (1898-1986) for Ascher Ltd. Family Groups, circa 1946 silk textile square original Ascher, Made in England label 90cm x 90cm. Provenance: with Esther Fitzgerald; Private collection.

Literature: Anita Feldman (ed.), Henry Moore Textiles, Lund Humphries, 2008, pp.64-66; Geoffrey Rayner et al (eds.), Artists’ Textiles 1940-1976, Antique Collectors’ Club, 2014, p.38 for similar examples. £800-1200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

In 1945 Ascher commissioned a number of leading modern British artists and designers to produce modern designs for headscarves. The brief was simple, and the artists were asked to produce designs, in any medium, colour or size, for a 90 centimetre silk or rayon square, choosing their own subject matter. The squares were launched in 1946 at Britain Can Make It, the first post-war exhibition held at the V&A.

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379. Robert McGowen (c.1926-1989) for Edinburgh Weavers ‘Romulus’, designed circa 1958 screen printed textile 35.5cm x 35.5cm. Literature: Lesley Jackson, Alistair Morton and Edinburgh Weavers, p.158. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 380. Tibor Reich (1916-1996) ‘The Garrick Jubilee’ Design No.352, pair of curtains screen printed cotton textile each curtain 203cm x 105cm (2). £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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381. Lucienne Day (1917-2010) ‘Flower Show’ pair of curtains screen printed cotton textile each curtain 166cm x 121cm (2). £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 382. Bernard Nevill (b.1954) Flower landscape pictorial silk signed (lower right) screen printed silk mounted on board 78cm x 81.5cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 383. Donald Hamilton Fraser (1929-2009) for David Whitehead Ltd. ‘Cyclades’, blue colourway, design issued circa 1960 screen-printed cotton textile printed ‘Designed for David Whitehead by Donald Hamilton-Fraser’ to selvedge 62cm x 68cm, unframed. £30-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 384. Donald Hamilton Fraser (1929-2009) for David Whitehead Ltd. ‘Cyclades’, red colourway, design issued circa 1960 screen-printed cotton textile 55cm x 55cm, unframed. £30-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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385. Anthony Harrison (British, b.1931) for Edinburgh Weavers ‘Matador’, circa 1958 screen-printed cotton textile 59cm x 71cm, unframed. £30-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 386. Sylvia Chalmers (fl.1951-1990) ‘Jaborandi’, designed in 1953 screen printed cotton textile 62cm x 72cm, unframed. £30-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 387. Lucienne Day (1917-2010) ‘Herb Anthony’, designed in 1955 screen printed cotton textile 45.3cm x 61cm, unframed. £30-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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388. John Piper (1903-1992) for A. Sanderson & Sons Ltd. ‘The Stones of Bath’, blue colourway, designed in 1959 screen-printed ‘Sanderlin’ textile 45cm x 57cm, unframed. £40-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 389. John Piper (1903-1992) for A. Sanderson & Sons Ltd. ‘The Stones of Bath’, green colourway,designed in 1959 screen-printed ‘Sanderlin’ textile 49cm x 69cm, unframed. £40-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 390. Barbara Brown (b.1932) for Heals ‘Ebb Tide’, designed in 1966 screen printed cotton textile printed ‘Heal’s Ebb Tide, Designed by Barbara Brown’ to selvedge 82cm x 107cm, unframed. £30-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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391. Mary Warren for Heals ‘Nautilus’, designed 1956 screen-printed cotton textile 51cm x 61cm, unframed. £30-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 392. Edinburgh Weavers Untitled, circa 1950s/1960s screen printed textile 55cm x 115cm, unframed. £30-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 393. Maarian Mahler (1911-1983) for David Whitehead Ltd. ‘Birdcage’, designed in 1947 screen printed cotton textiles 53cm x 120cm and 49cm x 46cm, unframed (2). £40-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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394. John Piper (1903-1992) for A. Sanderson & Sons ‘Glyders’, designed in 1959 screen printed ‘Sanderlin’ textile 65cm x 62cm, unframed. £250-350 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 395. Tibor Reich (1916-1996) for Tibor Ltd. ‘Age of Kings’, designed in 1964 screen printed cotton textile inscribed to selvedge 64cm x 125cm, unframed. £50-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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Prints 396. Anthony Gross (1905-1984) Juniper Forest 21/50, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching 24.8cm x 37.2cm. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 397. Anthony Gross (1905-1984) Stubble Field and Wild Flowers 25/75, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching 27cm x 34cm. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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398. Anthony Gross (1905-1984) Monsieur Bernede’s Vineyard, 1974 49/75, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching 25.7cm x 32.5cm. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 399. Eric Gill (1882-1940) ‘The Shipman’s Tale’, 1929 wood engraving 21cm x 14cm, with two other similar wood engravings by Eric Gill (3). £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 400. Eric Gill (1882-1940) Mary Gill wood engraving 9cm x 6cm. £30-50 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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401. David Hockney (b.1937) The Enchantress with the Baby Rapunzel from Six Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm 25/100, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching 27cm x 23cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 402. David Hockney (b.1937) ‘To Remain’ from Fourteen Poems by C. P. Cavafy etching on handmade Crisbrook paper published by Editions Alecto 1966/7 from the numbered portfolio edition 134/500 35cm x 22cm, unframed. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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403. David Hockney (b.1937) ‘The Shop Window of a Tobacco Store’’ from Fourteen Poems by C. P. Cavafy etching on handmade Crisbrook paper published by Editions Alecto 1966/7 from the numbered portfolio edition 134/500 35cm x 22cm, unframed. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 404. David Hockney (b.1937) ‘He enquired after the quality’ from Fourteen Poems by C. P. Cavafy etching on handmade Crisbrook paper published by Editions Alecto 1966/7 from the numbered portfolio edition 134/500 35cm x 22cm, unframed. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 405. David Hockney (b.1937) ‘Beautiful and White Flowers’’ from Fourteen Poems by C. P. Cavafy etching on handmade Crisbrook paper published by Editions Alecto 1966/7 from the numbered portfolio edition 134/500 35cm x 22cm, unframed. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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406. David Hockney (b.1937) ‘Two boys aged 23 or 24’ from Fourteen Poems by C. P. Cavafy etching on handmade Crisbrook paper published by Editions Alecto 1966/7 from the numbered portfolio edition 134/500 35cm x 22cm, unframed. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 407. David Hockney (b.1937) ‘Franco-American Mail’ (SAC 203) 67/200, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching 34.5cm x 42cm. £700-900 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 408. Emil Filla (1882-1953) Head signed in pencil (in the margin) etching 27cm x 20cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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409. John Wells (1907-2000) Christmas card, 1970 initialled and dated in pencil (in the margin) inscribed to reverse Paul and Pam, with much love from Johny, Merry Christmas 1970 linocut 8.5cm x 14cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 410. John Buckland Wright (1897-1954) Composition 6, 1935 initialled (in the plate) engraving 14cm x 19cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 411. See page 103 412. Elisabeth Frink (1930-1993) Anthony and Cleopatra 29/175, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 75cm x 56cm. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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411 Egon Schiele (1890-1918) Handzeichnungen, eight collotypes Wien, Prag, Leipzig five unframed on charcoal-gray paper, three framed with original portfolio, brown boards with artist’s name stamped on upper cover. The Handzeichnungen was published two years after the artist’s death. “The inclusion of multicolor collotypes increased difficulty of production, but indicated a desire to fully capture the beauty of Schiele’s watercolor and gouache paintings. Monochrome prints of nude models express a greater concern for compositional experimentation than for erotic titillation. Yet the portfolio exhibits the internal contradictions of Schiele’s personality, most evidently through portraits of his wife Edith and her sister Adele.” (Claire Cass, Rediscovering Portfolio Prints by Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele, Jason Jacques Gallery, New York, 31 March-31 May 2006, p. 58). £400-700 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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413. Allen William Seaby (1867-1953) Two birds 44/100, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) woodcut 18cm x 21cm, together with another limited edition woodcut by Seaby (2). £250-350 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 414. Ferdinand Hodler (1853-1918) The Soldier, circa 1920 signed (in the print) lithograph 75cm x 52cm. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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415. Barbara Greg (1900-1983) ‘Farm Buildings’ 2/50, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) woodblock 18cm x 21cm. £50-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 416. Dale Devereux Barker (b.1962) Vessel I, 2000 signed, dated and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) monoprint 25cm x 20cm. Provenance: Jill George Gallery, London; Private Collection. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 417. Chris Ofili (b.1968) ‘Regal’ 49/300, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 24cm x 19cm. £400-700 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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418. Tom Merrifield (b.1932) Lady 24/150, signed and numbered in pencil lithograph 40cm x 25cm. £30-50 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 419. Gillian Lawson (20th Century) The View, 1980 6/300, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) aquatint 37.5cm x 44cm. £40-70 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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420. James Rosenquist (1933-2017) Silver Skies, 1970 47/65, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph in colour 79.5cm x 73.5cm, unframed. £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 421. James Rosenquist (1933-2017) Brighter Than The Sun, 1972 A.P. 14/20, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph in colour 48.5cm x 74.3cm, unframed. £500-700 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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422. Victor Pasmore (1908-1998) Points of Contact No.1 from Transformations, 1970 IV/X, initialled, numbered and dated in pencil (in the margin) serigraph 41cm x 40.5cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 423. Ladislas Freiwirth (1895-?) The Star poster 75cm x 49cm. £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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424. Ronald King (b.1932) ‘Mask’ 2/50, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 73.5cm x 53cm. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 425. Allen Jones (b.1937) ‘Prompt’, 1981 31/35, signed, dated, numbered in pencil lithograph 25.6cm x 32.5cm. Provenance: Waddington Galleries, London. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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426. Valerie Thornton (1931-1991) St. Hilda’s College, Old Hall 11/75, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) aquatint 35.5cm x 52cm, unframed. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 427. Karl Weschke (1925-2005) Fishcatcher, 1980 48/250, signed, dated, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 61cm x 45cm. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 428. Karl Weschke (1925-2005) Fishcatcher, 1980 51/250, signed, dated, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 61cm x 45cm, unframed. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 429. Rodolfo Krasno (1926-1982) La fleur chinoise, 1971 14/200, signed and numbered in pencil sculpture in paper 11.5cm high. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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430. 20th Century School Collection of prints to include Cynthia Rowan, Jan Van Rossum, Victor MacClure (7). £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 431. Laurence Stephen Lowry (1887-1976) Burford Church 580/850, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) published by Grove Galleries Ltd, Manchester colour print 63cm x 47cm. £600-900 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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432. Laurence Stephen Lowry (1887-1976) The Crossing signed in pencil (in the margin) colour print 44cm x 58cm. £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 433. Sydney Lee (1866-1949) Venetian Merchant, 1928 signed in pencil in the margin (lower right) wood engraving 29.7cm x 38.5cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 434. After Edward Ardizzone (1900-1979) ‘The Porter’s Lodge, Trinity College, Oxford,’ and ‘Chapel Quadrangle, Trinity College, Oxford’ lithographs 29cm x 34cm and 29cm x 45cm (2). £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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435. Alfred Russell (1920-2007) Swirling forms, 1948 4/50, signed, numbered and dated in pencil (in the margin) etching 57cm x 28cm. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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436. After Henri Matisse (French, 1869-1954) Grande TÍte de Katia numbered in pencil (lower right) lithograph on arches sheet 66cm x 50cm, unframed. Provenance: Purchased from Jean Carrau on 24 July 1965. Similar copies, unnumbered, were on sale in the summer of 1969 at the Fondation Maeght. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 436

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437. Stephen Fisher (Contemporary) Oxford Slightly Foxed, 1993 2/8, signed, titled, dated and numbered (in the margin) etching with gold leaf 30cm x 21.7cm, unframed. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 438. Birgit Skiold (20th Century) Untitled, 1968 1/50, signed, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) soft ground in colours 13cm x 20cm, unframed, together with three further unsigned works (4). £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 439. George Braque (1882-1963) Soleil et Lune I 189/275, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 21.5cm x 9.5cm, unframed. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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440. Arthur Luiz Piza (1928-2017) Untitled 52/85, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 31cm x 24cm, unframed. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 441. Stanley William Hayter (1901-1988) Emeraude, 1967 1/50, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 30cm x 30cm, unframed. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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442. Stanley William Hayter (1901-1988) L’Oeil, 1971 15/50, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 39.5cm x 39.5cm, unframed. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 443. Stanley William Hayter (1901-1988) Window, 1970 XIX/XX, signed, titled, numbered and dated in pencil (in the margin) aquatint 46.7cm x 59cm, unframed. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 444. Stanley William Hayter (1901-1988) Black Hole, 1978 4/50, signed, titled, numbered and dated in pencil (in the margin) aquatint 64cm x 49cm, unframed. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 445. Stanley William Hayter (1901-1988) Untitled inscribed in pencil etching and aquatint 40cm x 24.5cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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446. Joe Tilson (b.1928) Liknon of Poseidon, 1989 26/35, signed, numbered and dated in pencil silkscreen 98cm x 100cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 447. David Hockney (b.1937) ‘The Boy Hidden in a Fish’ from Six Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm etching and aquatint from the numbered portfolio edition A 65/100 23cm x 26.5cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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448. David Hockney (b.1937) ‘The Lake’ from Six Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm etching and aquatint from the numbered portfolio edition A 65/100 35.5cm x 20cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 449. Marc Chagall (1887-1985) Les Obseques de la Lionne etching 31.5cm x 25.8cm. Provenance: Martin Lawrence Gallery. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 450. Henry George Rushbury (1889-1968) Stirling Castle signed in pencil (in the margin) etching 22cm x 31cm. £60-90 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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452. Richard Bawden (b.1936) Shrewsbury School 40/100, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 40cm x 60cm. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 453. Richard Bawden (b.1936) Stokesay Castle 8/75, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 36cm x 57cm. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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454. John Piper (1903-1992) Surgeres, 1958 (Levinson 112) 36/50, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 43cm x 64cm. £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 455. John Piper (1903-1992) Carew Castle, 1982 (Levinson 334) 56/100, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 43.5cm x 63.5cm. £400-700 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 456. See page 112 457. John Piper (1903-1992) Stokesay Castle, 1981 (Levinson 321) 55/70, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 59cm x 81cm. £800-1200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 458. John Piper (1903-1992) Ottery St Mary, 1987 (Levinson 402) 34/100, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 61cm x 79cm. £500-800 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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456 John Piper (1903-1992) Harlaxton Hall, 1984 (Levinson 372) 87/90, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 52cm x 75.5cm. £700-900 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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460. After John Piper (1903-1992) Dorchester Abbey screenprint 56cm x 78cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 461. Patrick Procktor (1936-2003) ‘Queen Mary’s Rose Garden, Regent’s Park’ 1/75, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 54.5cm x 69cm. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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462. Richard Smith (1931-2016) Untitled, 1973 37/75, signed, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 30cm x 54cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 463. After Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) Femme vue de Dos etching 37cm x 28cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 464. Eric Gill (1882-1940) Two nude figures from Eric Gill, Twenty-Five Nudes, London: J. M. Dent & Sons, for Hague & Gill, 1938, first edition wood engraving each 22.3cm x 13.8cm, unframed (2). £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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465. Tracey Emin (b.1963) Dog Brains, 2000 152/300, signed, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint the sheet 75.5cm x 100.5cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 466. Hector Saunier (b.1936) Rue de Seine, 1984 31/50, signed, dated, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 49cm x 39.5cm, unframed. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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467. Andre Bicat (1909-1996) Still Life with Pepper 5/25, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) aquatint 31cm x 25cm. £40-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 468. After Joan Miro (1893-1983) Untitled lithograph 18.5cm x 15cm. £40-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 469. Bruce McLean (b.1944) ‘Burnt’ 25/75, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) serigraph 94cm x 74cm. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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471. Bryan Ingham (1936-1997) Portrait of Aysel, 1989 1/3, signed, numbered and dated in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 39.9cm x 29.7cm. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 472. Adrian George (b.1944) Reclining figure, 1988 35/150, signed and dated in pencil silkscreen 53cm x 63cm. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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473. Menashe Kadishman (1932-2015) ‘Mountain B’, 1974 artist’s proof, signed in pencil silkscreen 73cm x 66cm. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 474. Menashe Kadishman (1932-2015) ‘Cloths 2’, 1973-4 artist’s proof, signed in pencil silkscreen 63cm x 77cm. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 475. John Walker (b.1939) The Forge, 1990 VIII from an edition of 20 signed, numbered and dated in pencil 73cm x 46cm. £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 476. Alexander Calder (1898-1976) Pace/Columbus, 1971 exhbition poster 63.5cm x 81.6cm. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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477. David Hockney (b.1937) ‘City of London, Barbican Centre for the Arts’, 1982 exhibition lithograph 95.5cm x 72cm. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 478. Merlyn Evans (1910-1973) ‘City at Night’, 1946 16/25, signed, numbered, dated and titled (in the margin) etching and aquatint 80cm x 58cm. £800-1200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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479. Bryan Ingham (1936-1997) ‘Summer II’, 1988 IX/XII, initialled, numbered and dated in pencil (in the margin) etching 39cm x 27cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 480. Eileen Cooper (British, b.1953) ‘Be Happy’, 2004 8/75, signed, numbered, titled and dated in pencil screenprint 56.5cm x 75cm. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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481. Karolina Larusdottir (b.1944) Family gathering 34/50, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 51cm x 71cm. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 482. William Russell Flint (1880-1969) ‘Eve’ signed and inscribed VIII in brown ink (in the margin) etching 19.5cm x 27cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 482A. Sylvan G. Boxsius (1878-c.1941) Two snowy landscapes one signed in the print (lower right) woodblocks 37cm x 29cm and 38cm x 30xm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 482A

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483. Christopher R. W. Nevinson (1889-1946) ‘On the way to the Trenches’ printed signature published in Blast 2 1915, edited by Percy Wyndham Lewis (1882-1957) 15cm x 21cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 484. Atelier Populaire (Paris) Retour a la normale, 1968 lithograph poster 57cm x 44cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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485. Alan Durman (20th Century) ‘Enjoy the Riches of Britain by Eastern Counties’, 1950-1959 lithograph 76cm x 51cm, together with ‘Barmouth, Queen of Cambrian Coast’ by Harry Stringer, lithograph (2). £60-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 486. Royston Cooper (20th Century) ‘See Britain from her Roads’, 1960 lithograph 77cm x 51cm, together with two further ‘See Britain from her Roads’ lithographs (3). £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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487. Peter Andrews (20th Century) ‘6 Day Tour, Devon and Cornwall’, circa 1960 Hants and Dorset Motor Service Ltd. lithograph 76cm x 51cm. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 488. Harry Stevens (1919-2008) ‘Holy Island’, 1963 lithograph 76cm x 51cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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489. Studio Seven ‘For the Holiday of a Lifetime’ South Midlands Coach Tours lithograph 76cm x 51cm, together with ‘Enjoy the Riches of Britain’ by Nevin, lithograph (2). £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 490. Rene Gruau (1909-2004) ‘Moulin Rouge’, 1978 linen backed lithograph 120cm x 80cm. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 491. Marcel Gromaire (1892-1971) ‘Paris’, 1956 lithograph 97cm x 61cm. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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492. Reginald Montague Lander (1913-1980) ‘Enjoy the riches of Britain by Crosville’, 1950-1959 lithograph 66.5cm x 51cm. £300-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 493. (Book) John Piper (British, 1903-1992) John Piper: Paintings, Drawings and Theatre Designs 1932-1954, Faber & Faber Limited, London, with original aquatint Figures from a Seal frontispiece, ex-Library copy. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 494. (Book) Patrick Procktor (1936-2003) Patrick Procktor,John McEwen, 1997 with etching signed and numbered by Procktor 64/75, published by the Redfern Gallery 27cm x 23cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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494A. (Book) Chagall, Andre Pieyre de Mandiargues signed in pen by Marc Chagall (1887-1985) published by Leon Amiel, New York 28.6cm x 29cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 495. (Book) Elizabeth Blackadder, Judith Bumpus, 1988 signed by Elizabeth Blackadder in pen together with A first book of nature, illustrated and signed by Mark Hearld (2). £40-80 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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Paintings & Sculpture 496. Lewin Bassingthwaighte (1928-1983) The Red Hat, 1957 initialled and dated (lower right) oils on canvas 44.5cm x 39.5cm. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 497. Lewin Bassingthwaighte (1928-1983) Behind the Door, 1965 initialled and dated (lower right) oils on canvas 80.5cm x 60.5cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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498. Lewin Bassingthwaighte (1928-1983) Singing Child in Red I, 1969 initialled and dated (lower right) oils on canvas 95cm x 70cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 499. See page 121 500. See page 122 501. Nicholas Hely-Hutchinson (b.1955) Tulips and the New Mirror, 1984 signed and dated (to reverse) pencil and gouache 51cm x 59cm.

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Provenance: The Montpelier Gallery, 1984; Private Collection. £500-800 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 502. Nicholas Hely-Hutchinson (b.1955) Spring Flowers with Yellow Ochre, 1984 signed and dated (to reverse) pencil and gouache 59.3cm x 50cm. Provenance: The Montpelier Gallery, 1984; Private Collection. £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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499 Attributed to David Bomberg (1890-1957) The Family, circa 1919 pen, ink and wash 26.3cm x 20.2cm. £1000-2000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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500 Kenneth Armitage (1916-2002) Lying Figure, 1961 initialled and dated (lower right) watercolour 51cm x 71.5cm. Provenance: Galerie D’eendt, Amsterdam; Christies, London, 12 August 1967; Private Collection. £1500-2000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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503. Lindsay Bartholomew (b.1944) Woods at Brimpton, Berkshire, 1984 signed and dated (lower left), titled (in the margin) watercolour 54cm x 73.5cm. Provenance: Thackeray Gallery, 1984; Private Collection. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 504. William John Bertram Newcombe (1907-1969) Hot Mood, 1969 signed (lower left), titled and dated (to reverse) oils on canvas 70cm x 101cm.

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Provenance: Nicholas Treadwell Gallery, London, 1969; Private Collection. £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 505. Aubrey Williams (1926-1990) Nebula VII, 1966 signed, dated and titled (to reverse) oils on canvas 61cm x 91.5cm. Provenance: Nicholas Treadwell Gallery, London; Private Collection. £600-900 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 506 and 507. See page 124 508. Paul Butler (b.1973) Blue Dog oils on canvas 51cm x 40cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 509. Sarah Poland (b.1974) The Richness of Being, 2008 signed, titled and dated (to reverse) oils on canvas 120cm x 151cm. Provenance: Belgrave Gallery, St. Ives; Private Collection. £600-900 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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506 Jacob Epstein (1880-1959) Dahlias signed (lower right) watercolour and gouache 56cm x 43.5cm.

507 Jacob Epstein (1880-1959) Pink Clematis signed (lower left) watercolour and gouache 54.5cm x 42.5cm.

Provenance: Boundary Gallery, London, 1987; Private Collection. £1500-2500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

Provenance: Bonhams, Knightsbridge, 12 March 1992; Private Collection. £1500-2500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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510. Ernest Howard Shepard (1879-1976) Third Class Railway Carriage pencil on paper 23cm x 19.5cm. Provenance: Chris Beetles Gallery, London; Private Collection. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 511. Louise McClary (b.1958) Winged figure pastels and ink 27.7cm x 37.5cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 512. Mark Rowbotham (b.1959) Sheltering from the Sun, Henley initialled (lower right) pastels 69.5cm x 58cm.

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Provenance: Thompson’s Galleries, Aldeburgh; Private Collection. £400-700 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 513. Donald Hamilton Fraser (1929-2009) Magic Forest, 1991 initialled (lower left) oils and collage on paper 19cm x 15.3cm. Provenance: Bohun Gallery, Henley-Upon-Thames; Private Collection. £500-800 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 514. See page 126 515. Carl Cheek (1927-2011) Westminster Bridge signed (lower left) oils on board 60cm x 76.5cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 516. William Gear (1915-1997) ‘Black Incident’, 1990 signed and dated (lower right) mixed media 36.5cm x 54cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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514 Julian Trevelyan (1910-1988) Study for Pine Forest, 1951 pen and watercolour 20cm x 25cm. Provenance: Bohun Gallery, Henley-UponThames, 2001; Private Collection. £500-800 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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517. William Gear (1915-1997) Untitled, February 1967 signed and dated (lower right) mixed media 36.5cm x 54.6cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 518. William Gear (1915-1997) Untitled, 1966 signed and dated (lower right) mixed media 55cm x 36.1cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 519. John Hadley Rowe (?-1975) ‘Backwater, New Haven’, 1951 signed and dated (lower right) watercolour 36.7cm x 53.7cm. Provenance: Sotheby’s, 1998.

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Exhibited: Royal Academy, London, 1954, no.860. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 520. John Hadley Rowe (?-1975) Harbour Scene pen, watercolour and gouache 37cm x 55cm. Provenance: Sotheby’s, 1998. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 521. John Hadley Rowe (?-1975) Three figures in a bar ink and watercolour 37cm x 27cm. Provenance: Sotheby’s, 1998. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 522. John Hadley Rowe (?-1975) Farm Implement watercolour 32cm x 37.5cm. Provenance: Sotheby’s, 1998. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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523. John Hadley Rowe (?-1975) Nude mixed media 19.7cm x 16cm. Provenance: Sotheby’s, 1998. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 524. Valerie Thornton (1931-1991) ‘Angels at Montoire’, 1989 oils on canvas 66cm x 50.7cm.

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Provenance: Albemarle Gallery, London. £300-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 525. Alexander Hollweg (b.1936) Duke of York Statue, 1971 watercolour 13cm x 18cm. £30-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 526. George Hooper (1910-1994) Clarice Cliff Jug, 1960 signed and dated (lower left) watercolour 63cm x 47cm. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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527. George Hooper (1910-1994) Colour Study, 1984 signed and dated (to reverse) oils on board 59cm x 62.5cm. £100-150 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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528. George Hooper (1910-1994) Jug on Chair, French Window and Loxwood Garden with Red Chair oils all approximately 75cm x 56cm, unframed (3). £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 529. Indian School (possibly Battacharjee) Landscape in blue signed in Indian script (lower left) oils on canvas 79.5cm x 99.5cm. £100-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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530. Indian School (possibly Battacharjee) Landscape in yellow and green signed in Indian script (lower left) oils on canvas 80cm x 101cm. £100-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 531. Thomas Coates (b.1941) ‘Preparing for the ballet exam’ initialled (lower right) titled (to reverse) pastels 48cm x 68.5cm. Jonleigh Gallery, 1995. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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532. Ken Moroney (b.1949) Two figures in Italy signed (lower right) oils on board 24.5cm x 29.7cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 533. Ken Moroney (b.1949) The Train Station signed (lower left) oils on board 13.5cm x 17cm. £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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534. Ken Moroney (b.1949) Two ladies and a dog signed (lower left) oils on board 19cm x 14cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 535. Ken Moroney (b.1949) Gunners signed (lower left) oils on board 18.7cm x 23.5cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 536. Ken Moroney (b.1949) In the Midst of Battle signed (lower left) oils on board 18.7cm x 23.5cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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537. Keith Vaughan (1912-1977) Male Nude with Whip studio stamp (to reverse) pencil on paper 24cm x 18cm. Provenance: From a Keith Vaughan album marked Harrow Hill. £600-800 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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538. Keith Vaughan (1912-1977) Reclining Male Nude studio stamp (to reverse) pencil on paper 24c x 18cm. Provenance: From a Keith Vaughan album marked Harrow Hill. £600-800 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 539. Keith Vaughan (1912-1977) Standing Nude Figure studio stamp (to reverse) pencil on paper 24cm x 18cm. Provenance: From a Keith Vaughan album marked Harrow Hill. £600-800 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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540. See page 132 541. Fred Cuming (b.1930) Square rigger and clouds signed (lower left) oils on board 29.5cm x 24cm. Provenance: New Grafton Gallery, London, 1995. £800-1200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 542. Fred Cuming (b.1930) Beach at Arcachon signed (lower left) oils on canvas on board 39cm x 49cm. Provenance: The New English Art Club, July 1994; Private Collection. £1500-2500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 543. Thomas John Coates (b.1941) Dried River Bed, Honfleur initialled (lower left) oils on canvas 38cm x 48cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 544. Thomas John Coates (b.1941) The Cobbler initialled (lower left) oils on board 44.5cm x 30cm. Provenance: New Grafton Gallery, London, 1998. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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540 Jacob Kramer (1892-1962) Mother and Child, 1922 signed, dated and inscribed in crayon ‘To Sir Michael Sadler from Jacob Kramer’ watercolour 40cm x 28.5cm. £800-1200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) Sir Michael Sadler was Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds between 19111923 and he became one of the leading figures promoting modern art in Britain between the two world wars. During his tenure at Leeds, Sadler became President of the avant-garde Leeds Arts Club, which was an important meeting group for radical artists, writers and thinkers. Sadler promoted a number of young avant-garde artists, in particular Kramer, whom he gave helpful advice encouragement and financial help. Kramer stated ‘I had become a student at the Slade School, a step which I might not have taken but for Sir Michael Sadler’s interest in me’. Sadler was collecting Kramer from around 1912 when the artist was only 20, and Kramer was also making gifts to him as here. Of their relationship, it was said ‘If Kramer was to be Leed’s Giotto, was Sadler its Medici?’

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545. Thomas John Coates (b.1941) Overlooking a coastal village initialled (lower left) oils on board 23cm x 33.5cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 546. Salliann Putman (b.1937) Flower Study signed (lower left) acrylic 19cm x 14cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 547. Ruskin Spear (1911-1990) Clay pit near St. Austell, circa 1942 gouache 27cm x 40cm.

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Provenance: The Artist’s Widow; New Grafton Gallery, London, 1996; Private Collection. £600-1000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 548. Ruskin Spear (1911-1990) Portrait of Girl with Hairband, 1940 signed and dated (lower right) pastels 28.3cm x 19.5cm. Provenance: New Grafton Gallery, London, 1996; Private Collection. £400-700 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 549. See page 134 550. John Marsden Dronsfield (1900-1951) ‘Shipwreck’ signed in pencil (lower left), titled (to reverse) ink, watercolour and paper 39cm x 29cm, unframed. Provenance: The artist and by family descent. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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549 Dato Mohd. Hossein Enas (1924-1995) Portrait of a lady signed (lower left) pastels 49cm x 36cm. £4000-6000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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551. John Marsden Dronsfield (1900-1951) ‘Introductions’ and ‘At the Opera’ the latter signed in red crayon (to the reverse) ink on paper 35.5cm x 40cm and 44cm x 32cm respectively, unframed (2). Provenance: The artist and by family descent. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 552. John Marsden Dronsfield (1900-1951) ‘The Golden Cockerel’ Astrologer puppet titled (to reverse) ink and watercolour 40cm x 32.3cm, unframed.

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Provenance: The artist and by family descent. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 553. John Marsden Dronsfield (1900-1951) Costume Design for a Teller of Fairy Tales titled (to reverse) the sheet 31cm x 20cm, unframed. Provenance: The artist and by family descent. £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 554. John Marsden Dronsfield (1900-1951) Two costume designs for gentlemen wearing purple capes each signed in pen pencil and watercolour the sheet 50cm x 37cm and 44.5cm x 37cm, unframed (2). Provenance: The artist and by family descent. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 555. John Marsden Dronsfield (1900-1951) Court Lady titled in pencil (lower right) ink and watercolour the sheet 40.5cm x 30.5cm, unframed. Provenance: The artist and by family descent. £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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556. John Marsden Dronsfield (1900-1951) Egyptian Musician from The Biblical Pageant, 1945 titled and dated (to reverse) ink and watercolour the sheet 46cm x 29cm, unframed. Provenance: The artist and by family descent. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 557. John Marsden Dronsfield (1900-1951) Court Dancer ink and watercolour the sheet 39cm x 26cm, unframed.

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Provenance: The artist and by family descent. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 558. John Marsden Dronsfield (1900-1951) Two costume designs one signed in ink (lower right) pencil and watercolour the sheets 50cm x 36.5cm and 50cm x 38cm, unframed (2). Provenance: The artist and by family descent. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 559. Ruth Bloch (b.1951) Entanglement 55/175, signed and numbered bronze 19.3cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 560. Pamela Townshend (b.1920) Fishing in Winter, 1971 signed and dated (lower right) oils on board 50cm x 62.5cm. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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561. Maurice Man (b.1921) Young ballerina studio label pastels 40cm x 22cm. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 562. John Graham (20th Century) Landscape, 1958 signed and dated (lower right) pen and watercolour 36.2cm x 44.5cm. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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563. John Cunningham (b.1926) ‘Table top with flowers’ signed (lower right), titled (to reverse) oils on paper 26.6cm x 18.5cm. £1000-2000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 564. See page 138 565. Alan Furneaux (b.1953) Still Life, St. Michael’s Mount, Winter signed (lower right), titled (to reverese) oils on board 59.5cm x 50cm, unframed. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 566. Simeon Stafford (b.1956) White Hart Hotel, 2009 signed and dated (lower right), titled and dated (to reverse) oils on board 49cm x 77cm, unframed. £350-450 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 567. Simeon Stafford (b.1956) Wandsworth Common, 2011 signed (lower right), titled and dated (to reverse) oils on board 31.5cm x 74.5cm, unframed. £350-450 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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564 John Nash (1893-1977) Wooded Bank, Meifod, Montgomeryshire signed in pencil (lower right) watercolour 36cm x 48.5cm. £3000-5000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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568. Linda Mary Weir (b.1951) St. Ives initialled (lower right) oils on board 46.5cm x 60cm, unframed. £300-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 569. Linda Weir (b.1951) St. Ives signed and dated (lower right) oils on canvas laid on board 29cm x 39.4cm, unframed. £300-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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570. John Theodore Harrison (1914-2002) Two young men, 1945 signed and dated (lower right) oils on canvas 57cm x 78cm. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 571. John Theodore Harrison (1914-2002) Two West Indian scenes, 1945 signed and dated (lower right) watercolours 21cm x 28cm and 29cm x 22cm (2). £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 572. John Theodore Harrison (1914-2002) Nude, 1945 signed and dated (lower right) oils on board 61cm x 45cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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573. Bryan Pearce (1929-2006) Harbour scene signed (lower right) pen and ink 35.4cm x 45.2cm. £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 574. Miloslav Chlupac (1920-2008) Torso signed (lower right) pen and ink 44cm x 28cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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575. Miloslav Chlupac (1920-2008) Seated lady signed (lower right) pen and ink 43cm x 30cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 576. Zeljko Lapuh (b.1951) Head group with self-portrait, 1996 signed (lower right) watercolour and ink 29cm x 39cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 577. George Dannatt (1915-2009) Bowman series, 1975 inscribed (to reverse) mixed media 14.5cm x 11cm.

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Provenance: The Orion Gallery, Penzance. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 578. Peter Prendergast (1946-2007) ‘Autumn Gerlan’ signed (lower right) watercolour and ink 18cm x 54.2cm. £300-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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579. John Minton (1917-1957) Anteater pencils 13.5cm x 28cm. Provenance: Sally Hunter Fine Art, London. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 580. John Ambrose (1931-2010) Smeetons Pier, St Ives signed (lower right) oils on board 29.2cm x 39cm.

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Exhibited: RSMA, The Mall Galleries, London, 1992. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 581. Jenny Franklin (b.1949) Aquatic White Egg, Australia, 1991 inscribed, signed and dated in pencil watercolour and gouache 22cm x 30cm. Provenance: Crane Gallery, London, 1991; Private Collection. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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582. Louis James (b.1958) Landscape, 1958 signed and dated (lower left) oils on board 23.8cm x 49cm. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 583. William Otway McCannell (1883-1969) Two landscapes both signed gouache and watercolour 19cm x 25cm (2). £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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584. See page 142 585. Peter Brannan (1926-1994) East Coast, Beach Scene, 1954 signed and dated (lower right) oils on board 29.5cm x 51cm. £300-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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584 Graham Sutherland (1903-1980) ‘Study for Crucifixion II’, circa 1955 gouache and chalk on card 27.5cm x 27.5cm. Study preparatory to the Coventry Cathedral tapestry. Provenance: Redfern Gallery, London, 1986. £1000-2000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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586. Piers de Laszlo (20th Century) The Manakin, 1984 signed and dated (lower left and top right) oils on canvas 75cm x 66cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 587. Richard James (b.1937) Floral Abstract I, circa 1973 acrylic on canvas 51cm x 46cm. Provenance: The Artist’s Family; Askew Art, London; Private Collection. £100-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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588. David Tindle (b.1932) Michela, 2005 inscribed and dated (to reverse) tempera on board 28.5cm x 23.5cm. £500-700 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 589. See page 144 590. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) ‘Ruined Engine House’, 1970 signed and titled (lower left) dated (lower right) watercolour 24cm x 34cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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591. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) Joyce’s Tower signed (lower left) pencils 17.3cm x 23cm. Exhibited: Hemel Hempstead Trust Festival, 1977. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 592. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) Sunlit crop field, 1960 signed and dated in pencil (lower right) pen and ink 24cm x 24cm. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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589 Rigby Graham (1931-2015) ‘Machines in a Yellow Field’ signed (lower left) titled (to reverse) oils on board 59cm x 75cm. £2000-4000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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593. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) ‘Ballinalacken Castle’ signed and titled in pencil (in the margin) pencils, pen and ink 24cm x 16cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 594. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) Landscape, 1959 signed and dated (lower right) pen and ink 27cm x 15cm, together with a similar pen and ink landscape (2). £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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595. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) Four drawings for the book Paper Making by John Mason each signed pen and ink each 21cm x 14cm, together with Rigby’s copy of the book with dedication by John Mason (5). £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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596. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) Wooded path signed (lower right) pen and ink 27cm x 16cm. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 597. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) Paper making signed (lower middle) pen and ink 17cm x 15.5cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 598. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) ‘Swathe Turner’, 1957 signed and dated (lower left) titled (to reverse) mixed media 17.5cm x 26cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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599. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) ‘Study of Lucy Sacheverell’, 1965 signed and dated (upper left) titled (lower) gouache 35cm x 27cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 600. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) ‘Cat’s Skull’, 1977 signed, titled and dated (lower left) oils, ink and acrylic on board 18cm x 39cm. £1000-2000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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601. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) English landscape, 1953 signed and dated (upper right) watercolour and gouache 24cm x 31cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 602. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) Portrait of Tony Savage, 1960 signed and dated (lower right) pencils 28cm x 19cm. Tony Savage was the founder of New Broom Press; that printed broad sheets for Rigby Graham’s exhibitions. He was also the owner of Ampersand Folk Club. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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603. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) ‘Jeff Holland at Banwell’, 1977 signed and dated (lower right) pencils 23.5cm x 16.5cm. £30-60 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 604. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) ‘Sun setting between Hills’ Final proof, signed (lower right) gold blocked lithograph 27cm x 13cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 605. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) Bullet, 1966 inscribed ‘for John Wale’, signed and dated (lower right) etching 22.5cm x 16cm, together with original printing block and book featuring the print (3). £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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606. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) Printing block 24.5cm x 39.5cm. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 607. Rigby Graham (1931-2015) printing block 24.5cm x 20cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 608. (Book) Rigby Graham (1931-2015) Leicestershire, The Gadsby Gallery, Leicester 1980 published by Sycamore Press Limited, Wymondham together with a framed exhibition poster, Graham’s Leicestershire, an Exhibition of paintings by Rigby Graham 1978 and a collection of related ephemera. £500-700 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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609. John Bratby (1928-1992) ‘Royal Hill’, 1978 signed, titled and dated (lower right) pastels 36.8cm x 54cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 610. Mary Fedden (1915-2012) Lulu’s Country Seat, 1999 signed and dated (lower left) watercolour and gouache 15.5cm x 11cm.

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Provenance: Obtained directly from the artist by the current vendor in 1999. £1000-2000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 611. Keith Vaughan (1912-1977) Reclining Figure, November 1973 dated in pencil (upper right) and artist’s studio stamp (to reverse) pencil on paper 27.3cm x 19cm. Provenance: Professor John Ball; Private Collection. £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 610

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612. David Whitaker (1938-2007) The Devadasi English Landscape, 2011 signed, dated and titled (to reverse) oils and acrylic on canvas 77.5cm x 77.5cm. Illustrated: David Whittaker, A Beautiful Kind of Certainty, p.3. £600-900 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 613. James Tweedie (b.1951) ‘Eyrie’ inscribed and titled (to reverse) oils on board 58.5cm x 48.5cm. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 614. Kris Fierens (b.1957) Untitled, 2003 signed and dated in pencil (lower left) watercolour 99cm x 139cm.

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Provenance: Hirschi Contemporary Art, London; Private Collection. £500-800 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 615. John Hartman (b.1950) Port Wemyss, Islay, 1998 signed in pencil (upper right) pastels on paper 50.5cm x 66.5cm. Provenance: Hart Gallery. £800-1200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 616. David Blackburn (1939-2016) Where Earth Meets Sky, 2002 signed and dated in pencil (lower right) pastels on paper 64.3cm x 50cm. Provanence: Hart Gallery. £300-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 617. Julian Dyson (1936-2003) House and Garden, 1994 signed, dated and titled charcoal on paper 40cm x 58cm. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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618. Richard Cook (b.1947) Lelant signed in pencil (lower right) watercolour 56cm x 75.5cm. £300-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 619. Denis Bowen (1921-2006) Desert Space, 1994 signed, titled and dated (to reverse) oils on wood 50cm x 50cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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620. Denis Bowen (1921-2006) Green Wave, 2004 signed, titled and dated mixed media 21cm x 29.5cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 621. Frank Joseph Archer (1912-1995) The Downs, Willingdon, 1930 signed and dated (lower right) watercolour 26.5cm x 36.5cm. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 622. James W. Tucker (1898-1972) ‘A Mont-Saint-Michel - Un Brin de Causette’, 1925 signed and dated (lower left) pencil with blue wash 24.5cm x 34.5cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 623. First World War School France 1914 pencil 19cm x 19cm. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 624. Michael Ayrton (1921-1975) Landscape I, 1960 signed and dated (lower left) watercolour 34cm x 46cm. Provenance: Bear Lane Gallery, Oxford, 1963; Private Collection. £400-700 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 624

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625. Nuala (Elsa De Brun) (1896-?) Hope V, 1961 signed and dated (lower right) pastels 65.5cm x 50cm. Provenance: Feingarten Galleries, New York; Private Collection. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 626. Nuala (Elsa De Brun) (1896-?) Autumnal Mosaic, 1961 mixed media 60cm x 75.5cm. Provenance: Feingarten Galleries, New York; John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation; Private Collection. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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627. Richard Eurich (1903-1992) ‘Bike on the Beach’, 1979 signed and dated (lower left and to reverse) titled (to reverse) oils on board 15cm x 22cm. Exhibited: The Fine Art Society, London, 1991, Richard Eurich: Paintings Since the War. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 628. Noel Laura Nisbet (1887-1956) ‘Through the Fair’ bears studio stamp (to reverse) pencil on paper 30cm x 21.5cm.

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Provenance: Christies, London, The Studio of Harry Bush and Noel Laura Nisbet, September 1984. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 629. John Cooper (b.1942) Wharfedale signed in pencil (lower right) pencil and crayons 19cm x 24cm. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 630. Circle of John Anthony Park (1880-1962) Boats on the Water oils on canvas on board 43cm x 48cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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631. Circle of William Russell Flint (1880-1969) Beach Scene with Nudes faint monogram (lower left) watercolour 38.7cm x 53.5cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 631

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632. Irving (20th Century) Nocturne signed (lower right) oils on canvas 39.5cm x 50cm. Provenance: Bears label for Tate Gallery, No. 1082 and inscribed Crane Kalman, 20.09.72. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 633. Ian Henderson (b.1939) ‘Routes across a landscape’, 1967 signed, dated and titled (to reverse) oils on board 86.5cm x 117.7cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 634. Keith Frederick Grant (b.1930) ‘River Kourou’ Signed and titled (lower right) Watercolour 54cm x 56cm. Provenance: Cadogan Contemporary Ltd, London. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 635. Frank Downton (b.1936) Coloured lines signed in pencil (to the reverse) hand cut vinyl 26cm x 37cm. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 636. Frank Downton (b.1936) Dots and zig-zag signed in pencil (to the reverse) hand cut vinyl 48.3cm x 47.7cm. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

637. Guy Cambier (1923-2008) Preparing lunch signed (lower left) oils on board 26cm x 45cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 637

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638. Guy Cambier (1923-2008) Mother and Child signed (lower left) oils on board 64cm x 53cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 639. Janet Tod (b.1948) Still life of flowers and plate gouache on paper signed (to reverse of painting) 10cm x 15cm. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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643. Ken Howard (b.1932) Venetian Square signed (lower right) oils on board 30.5cm x 22.9cm. £500-700 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 644. Ken Howard (b.1932) Mousehole Sunset, 2009 signed (lower right) oils on board 25cm x 19cm. £600-800 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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642 Earl George A Haig (1918-2009) Apple Orchard, Orzes signed (lower left), titled (to reverse) oils on canvas 75cm x 100.5cm. Provenance: Christies, London, 8 June 1990; Private Collection. £1000-2000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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645. Ken Howard (b.1932) St. Marks Square signed (lower left) oils on board 29.3cm x 24.1cm. £700-900 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 646. Tristram Ellis (1844-1922) Constantinople signed (lower left) watercolour 17cm x 37cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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647. Kathleen Browne (1905-1997) Bexhill on Sea signed (lower right) oils on board 24cm x 34cm. £500-700 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 648. Marian Kratochwil (1906-1997) Toledo, Spain oils on canvas 42cm x 57.5cm. £500-800 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 646 649. Marian Kratochwil (1906-1997) ‘Andalucia, Spain’ signed and titled (to reverse) oils on canvas 36cm x 45cm. £250-350 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 650. Marian Kratochwil (1906-1997) ‘Cornish Fishing VIllage, Porthleven’, 1962 signed and dated (lower left), titled (to reverse) oils on board 27.5cm x 34cm. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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651. Marian Kratochwil (1906-1997) ‘Porthleven’, 1963 signed and dated (lower left), titled (to reverse) oils on board 27.5cm x 34cm. £200-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 652. Christopher Fiddes (b.1934) ‘The Man who had visions’, 1969 signed and dated (lower right) oils on board 88cm x 118.5cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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653. Kjeld Jensen (1922-1998) Still life of flowers in a vase, 1960 signed and dated (upper middle) oils on canvas 74cm x 54cm. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 654. David McKeran (b.1963) ‘Test Card (Oblique)’, 2002-2003 signed, titled and dated (to reverse) oils on canvas laid on board 58cm x 78cm. £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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655. David McKeran (b.1963) Space Invader ‘#59’, ‘#104’ and ‘#111’, 2002-2003 signed, dated and titled (to reverse) oils on canvas laid on board each 35.5cm x 35.5cm (3). £100-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 656. David McKeran (b.1963) Space Invader ‘#37’, ‘#94’ and ‘#97’, 2001-2003 signed, dated and titled (to reverse) oils on canvas laid on board each 35.5cm x 35.5cm (3). £100-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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657. Attribured to Maxwell Gordon Lightfoot (1886-1911) Portrait of G. S. B. inscribed (to reverse) oils on canvas on board 47.5cm x 33cm. £40-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 658. Hedwig Marquardt (1884-1969) Rubezahl (a legendary folk tale figure) monogrammed (lower right) pen and ink on paper 29.2cm x 20.5cm. Hedwig Marquardt was one of a relatively small number of women artists whose work belonged to the German Expressionist tradition. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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659. Wolfram Onslow Ford (1879-1956) Portrait of a Gentleman, 1936 signed and dated (lower left) oils on board 37cm x 27cm. £100-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 660. Auguste Matisse (1866-1931) The Red Sail signed (lower right) pencil and watercolour 12cm high x 17.5cm. Provenance: The Fine Art Society, London, 1927; Property of L. Friar(?), Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford; Private Collection. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 661. Ian Humphreys (b.1956) Visitation, 1992 signed (lower left) mixed media 45cm x 34cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 662. Michael Rizzello (1926-2004) Nelson Mandela, 1994 resin cast signed and dated 56cm high. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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663. Mid-20th Century School Reaching upwards monogrammed bronze on carved wooden base the bronze 46.5cm high. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 664. 20th Century School Broken Heart (Courage) bronze 30.5cm across, 17.3cm high. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 665. Silva Costa The Tree, 1953 signed and dated (lower right) watercolour and gouache 63.5cm x 46cm. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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666. Lydia Corbett (b.1934) Home Thoughts signed (lower right) watercolour 38cm x 48cm. £250-350 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 667. Julian Dyson (1936-2003) By Bissoe Garage, 1996 signed, dated and titled in pencil pencil on paper 29cm x 40cm. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 668. Bridget Sohns (Contemporary) Breakfast Room in The Old Vicarage, 2001 signed, dated and titled (to the reverse) oils on canvas 24cm x 30cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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669. Reginald James Lloyd (b.1926) The Blue Dress, 1994 signed and dated (lower right) watercolour 18cm x 22.5cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 670. Louise McClary (b.1958) Lady and butterfly signed (lower right) charcoal on paper 35cm x 25cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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671. Denis Bowen (1921-2006) Vertical Image, 1998 signed, dated and titled in pencil mixed media 53cm x 37cm. £100-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 672. Tony O’Malley (1913-2003) Untitled initialled pastels and ink 25cm x 20cm. Provenance: Belgrave Gallery, St. Ives. £500-800 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 673. See page 160

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673 Terry Frost (1915-2003) From Behind, 1994 signed and dated (lower right) gouache on paper 19cm x 10cm. £400-600 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 674 Terry Frost (1915-2003) Sun signed (lower right) pastels on paper 14cm x 14cm. £400-700 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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675 Sadanand K Bakre (1920-2007) The Sorrowful Woman signed (to the left) oils on board 76.3cm x 76.3cm. Provenance: The Nicholas Treadwell Gallery, London, 1971; Private Collection. £4000-7000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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677. James Kenny (Contemporary) Blanchard’s Bottled Liquors and Blanchard’s Liquors each signed and titled, one dated 1987 oils on cardboard each 45.7cm x 61.5cm, unframed (2). £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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678. Robert Organ (b.1933) Farm at Cambou, 1993 signed and dated (to reverse) oils on canvas 30cm x 40cm. Provenance: Beaux Arts, Bath, 1995. £100-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 679. Robert Organ (b.1933) Winter Day from the Window, Lyme Regis, 1993 signed and dated (to reverse) oils on board 40cm x 30cm. Provenance: Beaux Arts, Bath, 1995. £100-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 680. Robert Organ (b.1933) Sea Edge, 1994-5 signed and dated (to reverse) oils on board 30cm x 40cm. Provenance: Beaux Arts, Bath, 1995. £100-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 681. Ole Kortzau (b.1939) Landscape, 1982 signed and dated in pencil (lower right) collage 41cm x 41cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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682. Dora Gordine (1906-1991) Head of a Child signed and stamped foundry mark bronze on wooden base the bronze 21.8cm high. £600-800 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 683. John Ridgewell (1937-2004) Staithes signed (lower right) oils on canvas 80cm x 100cm. £400-700 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 684. See page 164 685. Eileen Rose (1909-?) Still life of flowers signed (lower left) oils on canvas 54cm x 44cm. £60-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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686. Alfred Dunn (b.1937) ‘Bird Shadow Ghost’, 1963 oils on canvas 76cm x 50.5cm. Provenance: Redfern Gallery, London, 1965; County Collection, Leicestershire Education Committee. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 687. Noel Ellis (b.1917) French Fishing Boat oils on canvas 62cm x 74.5cm.

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Provenance: County Collection, Leicestershire Education Committee. £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 688. Richard Adams (b.1960) Monastery in Summer, 1997 signed and dated (middle right) mixed media 80cm x 104cm. £1000-2000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 689. See page 165

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684 Damien Hirst (b.1965) Charity - It Begins at Home signed and inscribed ‘It begins at home’ felt-tip pen on paper with printed text 25cm x 18.5cm.

Provenance: Acquired by the original owner directly from the artist; Sotheby’s London, Contemporary Art, 24 June 2004, Lot 402; Private Collection. £6000-8000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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689 Bernard Dunston (1920-2017) Seated nude, 1975 signed and dated (lower left) oils on canvas 105cm x 84cm. £8000-12000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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690 Charles Monroe Schulz (1922-2000) ‘Peanuts’ four panel comic strip featuring Charlie Brown and Snoopy signed (to the right) and inscribed in pen ‘to James Evans? Jr., with kindest regards Charles M. Schulz’ and numbered ‘2/28’ ink on paper 13cm x 69cm. £4000-6000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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691. Desmond Morris (b.1928) The Chauvinist, 2000 initialled and dated (lower right) ink on paper 24.5cm x 17cm, unframed. Literature: Silvano Levy, Desmond Morris Analytical Catalogue Raisonne 20002012, Redcliffe Press, Bristol, 2012, p.88, catalogue number 2000/40. £600-800 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 692. Desmond Morris (b.1928) Real Time, 2002 initialled and dated (lower left) ink on paper 29.7cm x 20.9cm, unframed. Literature: Silvano Levy, Desmond Morris Analytical Catalogue Raisonne 20002012, Redcliffe Press, Bristol, 2012, p.146, catalogue number 2002/107. £700-900 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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693. Phyllis Gorlick-King (b.1939) ‘Experiment for Thassos’, 1977 oils on canvas labelled (to reverse) 90cm x 90cm. £70-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 694. KW (20th Century) Torso initialled verdigris bronze 14cm high. £80-120 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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695. Kai Nielsen (1882-1924) Leda and the Swan stoneware incised ‘HAK C.30 Danmark’ 14cm high. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 696. Manner of Jan Lauda (1896-1959) ‘Doeppelganger’ monogrammed ‘J.L’ bronze on marble base the bronze 28cm high. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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697. Dorian Ker (b.1948) Still Life with Flowers, Oranges and Scent Bottle, 1982 inscribed and dated (to reverse) oils on board 49cm x 69cm. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 698. See page 169

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699. Lev Vykopal (Contemporary) The Glassblowers signed (lower right) oils on board 103.2cm x 217cm. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 700. Keith Vaughan (1912-1977) Reclining figure artist’s studio stamp (lower right) pencil on paper 7cm x 11cm, unframed.

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698 John Bellany (1942-2013) BK108 in St Abbs Harbour signed (upper right) oils on canvas 100cm x 100cm. £4000-6000 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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701. Keith Vaughan (1912-1977) Standing figure in a landscape artist’s studio stamp (lower left) pencil on paper 9cm x 11cm, unframed. Provenance: from the Keith Vaughan sketchbook, 1943; Professor John Ball; Private Collection. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 702. Keith Vaughan (1912-1977) Seated figure in a landscape artist's studio stamp (lower left) pencil on paper 7.5cm x 11cm, unframed.

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Provenance: from the Keith Vaughan sketchbook, 1943; Professor John Ball; Private Collection. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 703. Keith Vaughan (1912-1977) Two seated figures in a landscape artist's studio stamp (lower left) pencil on paper 7.5cm x 11cm, unframed. Provenance: from the Keith Vaughan sketchbook, 1943; Professor John Ball; Private Collection. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 704. Bernard Meninsky (1891-1950) Standing Nude signed (lower left) chalk 63cm x 31cm. £100-200 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 705. John Strevens (1902-1990) Modiste signed (upper left) oils on canvas 44cm x 34cm. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 706. Alan Furneaux (b.1953) ‘Mousehole Nocturne’ signed (lower right) titled (to reverse) oils on board 61cm x 51cm, unframed. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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707. Alan Furneaux (b.1953) ‘View from window, Nocturne with Still Life’ signed (lower right) titled (to reverse) oils on canvas 51cm x 61cm, unframed. £300-500 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 708. Simon Stafford (b.1956) In Cornwall, 2004 signed (lower left) oils on board 46cm x 61cm. £350-450 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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709. Simon Stafford (b.1956) Street Scene, 2004 signed and dated (lower left) oils on board 46cm x 61cm. £350-450 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 710. Colin Moss (1914-2005) Still Life signed (lower left) oils on board 60cm x 85cm. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 711. Viggo Rohde (1900-1976) Smokehouse, 1940 signed and dated (lower right) oils on canvas 69cm x 82cm. £100-300 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 712. Vibeke Alfelt (1934-1999) ‘Landscab med Garde’, 1960 signed, dated and titled (to reverse) oils on canvas 86cm x 76cm. £200-400 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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713. Tessa Newcomb (b.1955) ‘Sisters’, 2005 signed and dated (lower left), titled (to reverse) oils on board 25cm x 27.5cm. £250-350 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 714. Tony Wild (b.1941) Untitled abstract oils on board 52cm x 63cm. £150-250 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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715. Mark D (b.1966) ‘Are you scared to get Stuckism?’ signed (lower right) acrylic on canvas 76cm x 101.5cm. £250-350 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 716. Mark D (b.1966) ‘Lilly Allen, Young Debutant’ signed (lower left), titled (to reverse) acrylic on canvas 102cm x 76cm. £250-350 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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717. Eve Disher (1894-1991) Portrait of girl and dog signed (lower left) mixed media 56cm x 44cm. £50-100 (plus 24% BP* ARR*) 718. M Zaw (Polish School) Two abstract studies, circa 1930 pen/watercolours both 37cm x 15cm. £100-150 (plus 24% BP* ARR*)

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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.


Jewellery & Silver

Wednesday 22 August 2018 Further entries invited Closing date: Friday 27 July Appointments and home visits available

For further information or to arrange a free verbal valuation please contact Louise Dennis FGA DGA 01865 241358 or louise.dennis@mallams.co.uk Michael’s Mallams Auctioneers, Bocardo House, St Michael’ s Street www.mallams.co.uk Oxford OX1 2EB www .mallams.co.uk

A yellow and blue sapphire ‘Passe-Partout’ flower brooch by Van Cleef & Arpels, circa 1940 Sold for £11,500 in March 2018

Mallams 1788


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