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CAPES DUNN Antique Furniture and Paintings Tuesday 17 November 2009 at 12 noon

at THE AUCTION GALLERIES MANCHESTER 


CONDITIONS OF SALE 1. General. Every Lot is sold with all faults and errors of description and the auctioneers disclaim, for themselves and for the vendor, all responsibility for authenticity, age, origin, condition or quality. All statements on such matters whether printed in the Catalogue or made orally are statements of opinion and not representations of fact. Purchasers are deemed to have satisfied themselves on authenticity, condition, etc., before bidding and no-one in the Auctioneers’ employment has authority to make any representation of fact. 2. Bidding. The Auctioneer has absolute discretion to divide any Lot, to combine any two or more Lots, to withdraw any Lots, to refuse bids and to regulate the bidding. He may bid on the vendor’s behalf for all goods which are being offered subject to reserve or at the Auctioneers’ discretion. 3. Fall of Hammer. The highest bidder shall be the buyer - if any dispute arises the Auctioneer has absolute discretion to settle the dispute or to re-offer the Lot. At the fall of the hammer every Lot shall be at the risk of the buyer, and the purchaser shall give to the Auctioneer his name and address and such proportion of the purchase price as the Auctioneer may require, in default of which the Auctioneer may re-offer and re-sell the Lot or Lots in question. 4. Clearance of Purchases. No purchases shall be claimed or removed until the Sale has been concluded. All lots shall be paid for and removed at the buyer’s risk and expense at the end of the first working day following the Sale, failing which the Auctioneers shall not be responsible if the same are lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed, and all Lots not so removed shall remain at the risk of the buyer and subject to a warehousing charge of 25p per lot per day. If they are not removed within seven days of the Sale the Auctioneers may re-sell them by auction or privately without notice to the buyer. Any liability which there may be on the part of the Auctioneers in respect of any loss shall be restricted to a maximum of the price paid by the purchaser of the Lot. 5. Agency and General. The Auctioneers act as agents only and they disclaim responsibility for default by either buyer or seller. They accept no responsibility in connection with the commissioning of members of their staff to bid for Lots on behalf of intending purchasers. Instructions given by telephone are accepted at the sender’s risk and must be confirmed in writing forthwith. The Auctioneers do not guarantee the title of any Lot or Lots sold by them and will not be responsible for any defect in such title. 6. Defaults. If any buyer fails to comply with any of the above conditions the damages recoverable from the defaulter shall include all loss arising from any re-sale of the Lot together with the charges and expenses in respect of both sales and any money deposited in part payment shall be held by the Auctioneers against the defaulter’s liability. 7. Third Party Liability. Every person on the Auctioneer’s premises at any time shall be deemed to be there at his own risk and with notice of the condition of the premises and of the method of arranging furniture, etc. He shall have no claim against the Auctioneers in respect of any injury he may sustain or any accident which may occur. 8. Viewers handling goods on display will be held fully responsible for any damage or breakage. CHEQUES Purchasers wishing to pay by cheque must produce a Bank reference to the Auctioneers before the sale. PLEASE NOTE Cheques which are post-dated or written by a third party will not be accepted. There is a buyer’s premium of 15% + V.A.T. on the hammer price.


Antique Furniture and Paintings Tuesday 17th November 2009 Commencing at 12 noon The Auction Galleries 38 Charles St Manchester M1 7DB Tel 0161 237 6060 capesdunn@googlemail.com

Viewing

Monday prior to the sale 10am to 4pm Morning of sale from 9am Sale No: AF343 Catalogue ÂŁ5.00 PLEASE NOTE ALL GOODS must be removed by 4pm on Thursday 19th November 2009

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PLEASE NOTE The descriptions in this catalogue are for the purposes of identifying the lots and are not intended in any way as a guarantee of authenticity. Please see the General Conditions of Sale on the inside front cover of this catalogue All weights and measurements are approximate

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Each lot as set out in the catalogue or as divided or combined with any other lot or lots is sold by the vendor with all faults, imperfections and errors of descriptions. Capes Dunn & Co do not accept responsibility for the authenticity, genuineness, origin, authorship, date, age, period, condition or quality of any lot, unless they have been instructed in writing by the vendor so to certify, and in such case the Auctioneers do so as agents of the vendor and are not themselves responsible for such claims. All statements, whether printed in the catalogue or made orally as to any of the matters set out in (b) above are statements of opinion only and are not to be taken as being or implying any warranties or representations of fact by Capes Dunn & Co, unless they have been instructed in writing by the vendor so to certify, and in such case the Auctioneers do so as agents of the vendor and are not themselves responsible for such claims.

Droit de Suite The Artist’s Resale Right Regulations Following the introduction of the Artist’s Resale Right Regulations on 14 February 2006, Capes Dunn will implement the new levy as follows: Capes Dunn will collect the same amount as the resale royalty from the buyer for any work of art covered by the regulations. Royalty rates will only apply to works sold in the secondary market and not for those sold for the first time, and for works which are sold for €1000 or more. Royalty rates are calculated as a percentage of the sale price on a sliding scale from 4% (from €1000 to €50,000) down to 0.25% (over €500,000). Resale royalties ARE NOT subject to VAT.




Rugs and Carpets

Lot 1 1.

TABRIZ PERSIAN PART SILK RUG, with a rose pink circular and petal shaped central medallion on an off white and trailing floral ground, beige and floral meander border with two pale green guard stripes, 39” x 39” £150-200

2.

AFGHAN NAHZAT HANDMADE ALL WOOL RUNNER, old gold with a row six large black stencilled octagonal guls, narrow two row border, 6’1” x 1’9”, bears label Kayam Ltd, London £40-60

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Lot 5 6.

AFGHAN NAHZAT HANDMADE ALL WOOL RUNNER, crimson with a row of six large black stencilled octagonal gulls, black stencilled border stripe with reciprocal ‘trefoil’ inner and outer edges, 6’3” x 1’9” £40-60

AFGHAN NAHZAT ALL WOOL PILE HAND MADE RUG, with three large octagonal black and white guls on an old gold ground, zig zag and floret pattern border stripes in stencilled black on old gold ground, 4’ x 2’6”, bear label Kayam Ltd, London £40-60

7.

AFGHAN HAND MADE ALL WOOL RUG, crimson with a row of four large black stencilled repeat border pattern with reciprocal ‘trefoil’ inner and outer edges, 4’9” x 3’3” £40-60

TURKOMAN ALL WOOL PILE HAND MADE SMALL RUG OR MAT, with a row of three small octagonal guls on a crimson field, broad double border stripes, 2’ x 1’7” £20-30

8.

PAKISTAN BOKHARA SILKY PILE RUG, with three rows of diamond shaped guls on black, white and beige on a crimson field, similar pattern principal border stripe with guard stripes, 2’11” x 2’3” £30-50

9.

LARGE EASTERN CARPET with diamond shaped centre medallion with pendants in midnight blue and white, with matching spandrels, on a pink field, the principal border white with floral meander decoration and guard stripes, 16’ x 11’ £200-300

TURKOMAN PRINCESS BOKHARA PRAYER RUG, of Katchli or Christian Cross design, dividing the field into four rectangles with repeat ‘Y’ pattern in black on a pale gold ground, prayer arch to one end, broad saw tooth pattern ‘feather’ border, with narrow guard stripes, 3’3” x 2’5” £40-60




Boxes, Objects, Bronzes and Metalwares 10.

11.

LATE VICTORIAN SWISS MUSICAL BOX, six airs, the brass winding handle stamped 29723, in ebonised oblong case with original ‘National Musical Box’ label to the underside of the lid, 5in (12.7cm) high, 14in x 7 1/2 in (35.6 x 19cm), one tooth missing EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY SCANDINAVIAN PEG TANKARD AND COVER, tapering form with ornate loop handle, profusely carved with bands of drunken reveller’s, foliage and geometric designs, 10 1/2 (27.6cm) high, (hinge to cover af.) £40-60

12.

EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY DARK STAINED CARVED WOOD MINIATURE BONNET BOX AND COVER, oval, the floral carved cover with central loop handle, on an oval moulded base, 4” (10.1cm) high, overall 6” (15.2cm) wide £80-120

13.

VICTORIAN BLACK LACQUERED AND MOTHER O’PEARL OVAL WALL PANEL, painted with a river landscape with castle and hill in the background, 15 3/4” x 20 1/2” (40cm x 52cm) £25-35

14.

CENTENARY BOTTLE OF MOET ET CHANDON CHAMPAGNE, shipped for Simon Brothers and CO., 1926 Vintage, 12” (30.5cm) high £30-50

15.

ORNATE GILT BRASS OVAL PICTURE FRAME WITH EASEL SUPPORT, the matted slip applied with foliate scrolls and flower heads, within in a ribbon tied beaded frame with ornate pierced floral cresting, 12 1/2” x 9” (31.7cm x 22.9cm) £30-50

16.

A VICTORIAN BRASS BED WARMING PAN, FIVE PAIRS OF BRASS CANDLESTICKS, TWO SINGLE BRASS CANDLESTICKS, PART SETS OF 20TH CENTURY BRASS BELL WEIGHTS, JAM PANS AND ASSORTED OTHER METALWARES £80-120

17.

PAIR OF ‘KING OF DIAMONDS’ BRASS EJECTOR CANDLESTICKS, 12 1/2in. (31.8cm) high (2) £15-25

18.

ANTIQUE COPPER AND BRASS BED WARMING PAN with ebonised turned wood handle, 44 1/2” (113cm) long £25-35



19.

GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND CROSSBANDED TEA CADDY, oblong with lozenge shaped ivory escutcheon, twin lidded compartments and later turned pad feet, 5 1/2” (14cm) high, 8 1/2” (21.6cm) wide £30-50

20.

HENRI DROPSY (1885-1968) CAST BRONZE BAS RELIEF OBLONG PANEL OF A FAWN PLAYING PAN PIPES, mounted on an oblong plinth base, signed H. Dropsy and inscribed ‘le Touquet 1936’ verso, 3 1/2” (8.9cm) high £80-120

21.

20TH CENTURY BRONZE FIGURE OF A NUDE WOMAN kneeling on a rock and grasping seaweed, dark brown patination, 7” high £50-75

22.

DAVID CORNELL MODERN BRONZE GROUP, RACEHORSE AND JOCKEY IN FULL FLOW entitled and signed the the bronze oval naturalistic base ‘Champion Finish’, David Cornell 1985 on oblong black marble plinth, the group 9 1/4” wide overall £80-120

23.

BRONZE FIGURE OF A NAKED MAIDEN, AFTER THE ORIGINAL BY FERDINAND LEPCKE (18661905), dark brown patination, modelled seated on a rocky outcrop raised on a circular black veined marble base, 26in. (66cm) high overall, impressed to rear ‘*nd Lepcke, Roma 1891 £250-350

Lot 23


Mirrors and Lighting 27.

PAIR OF CUT GLASS AND GILT METAL ELECTRIC FIVE LIGHT CHANDELIERS, with centre baluster stem issuing five scroll arms terminating in dished sconces with tear shaped drops, tied by conforming swags, 19” (48.3cm) drop, together with TWO PAIRS OF MATCHING AND SIMILAR ELECTRIC WALL LIGHTS (4) usual losses and loose parts £150-200

28.

EMILE GALLE STYLE CAMEO GLASS AND WROUGHT IRON ELECTRIC TABLE LAMP BASE, the domed shade acid etched and overlaid with a mountainous river landscape, cameo mark Galle, the base applied with leaves to the tapering column and spiral to the spreading base, 23in. (58.4cm) high £50-80

29.

EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY TWO LIGHT VASELINE GLASS AND GILT METAL TABLE LAMP, the central fluted column with loop handle, issuing a pair of leaf capped scroll arms, terminating in bell shaped shades, raised on a circular, ebonised turned wood base, 14 1/2” (36.8cm) high overall

30. SAM TONKISS (1909-1992) BRONZE Head of L.S. Lowry signed and dated (19) 71 mounted on black slate plinth 13 1/2” (34cm) high, excluding base £2000-3000

PAIR OF NINETEENTH CENTURY SITZENDORF FLORAL ENCRUSTED LINED ROCOCO SCROLLED BASES, surmounted with female figures and cherubs, 14 1/4” (36.2cm) high, together with ONE MATCHING SET of four light, three arm candle branches, impressed Germany, 253,24 and blue painted mark (3) £180-250

31.

JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD BRONZE FIGURE OF A SUMO WRESTLER BY GYOKO, dark brown patination modelled standing in stylised pose in a square, bearing raised seal mark on a carved mahogany base, 8 1/4 in (21cm) high overall £400-600

SPODE COPELAND’S CHINA WHITE GLAZED FIGURAL ELECTRIC TABLE LAMP BASE, modelled as a semi nude female figure on floral moulded, domed and circular base, 17 1/2” (44.5cm) high, dark green printed mark (cracked) £80-120

32.

ORIENTAL BRONZE GROUP OF AN EQUESTRIAN FIGURE, dark green patination, modelled as a warrier on horseback, on a plinth base, 16 1/4 in (41.3cm) high £80-120

PAIR OF MODERN BLACK CRYSTAL TABLE LAMP BASES, oblong slab form with square chromed bases and the MATCHING SQUARE SHADES, 29” (73.7cm) high (2) £50-80

33.

PAIR OF JAPANESE SATSUMA POTTERY TABLE LAMP BASES (adapted) of baluster form, decorated in colours and gilt with bands of raised figures, against mountainous landscapes, 13” (33cm) high (2) (one af.) £20-30

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GEORGE II STYLE WALNUT AND PARCEL GILT WALL MIRROR, the oblong plate housed in a moulded and fret cut frame with gilt slip and pierced ho-ho bird cresting, 32in. (81.3cm) high £40-60

40.

MODERN JASPER CONRAD TEXTURED BLACK LEATHER FRAMED OBLONG WALL MIRROR, with bevel edged plate, 39 1/2” 31 1/2” (100.3cm x 80cm) £30-45

Clocks and Barometers 41.

EARLY 20TH CENTURY GERMAN CARVED OAK MANTEL CLOCK, BY WINTERHALTER AND HOFFMEYER, 6” silvered roman chapter ring with matted gilt centre, regulation and strike/silent subsidiary dials and pierced gilt spandrels powered by an event day movement, striking on two gongs, housed in an arch topped case with turned finials, piereced side frets and carved borders, raised on a plinth base, 15 1/4” (38.7cm) high, complete with pendulum and key £120-180

42.

LATE VICTORIAN TUNBRIDGE INLAID WALNUT VIENNA STYLE WALL CLOCK, 8” ENAMELLED ROMAN DIAL, powered by a spring driven movement with ebonised pendulum red, striking on a bell housed in a case with fret pierced and glazed trunk, floral craved pediment, turned side columns, standing on an under curved feet 33” (83.8cm) high £130 - 260

43.

EARLY 20TH CENTURY OAK DIAL TIMEPIECE, BY M.MORRIS, 12” enamelled Roman dial signed, powered by a single fusee movement in a case with turned surround and pegged back, 15 1/2” (39.4cm) diameter £80-120

44.

20TH CENTURY LENZKIRCH WALNUT AND ORMOLU MOUNTED CLOCK WITH BRACKET the 4” silvered arabic dial with scroll engraved centre, powered by an event day movement striking on a gong, housed in a waisted case applied with masks and ‘c’scrolls standing on scroll feet, together with with matching under curved bracket, the clock, 11 12” (29.2cm) high, the bracket 6 3/4” (17.2cm) high (2) £150-200

Lot 37 34.

TWO MODERN CHINESE POTTERY BALUSTER TABLE LAMP BASES, on turned wooden stands, comprising a SANG DE BOUEF EXAMPLE 18” (45.7cm) high and a WHITE CRACKLE GLAZED EXAMPLE, 13” (33cm) high with shades (4) £30-50

35.

TIFFANY STYLE METAL TABLE LAMP 18 1/4” (46.3cm) high (af.) LEAD AND COLOURED GLASS DOME SHADE and ANOTHER with square shade 15” (38.1cm) high (2) £50-80

36.

REPRODUCTION BRONZED METAL AND MARBLED GLASS TABLE LAMP BASE and SQUARE SHADE, 18” (45.8cm) high £30-50

37.

PAIR OF VICTORIAN CAST BRASS HINGED WALL LIGHTS, each comprising of a scroll arm with winged female surmount and scrolling leaf cast ornament, terminating in an amber tinted flamiform moulded glass shade, 19 1/2” (49.5cm) long, converted to electricity (2) indistinct diamond registration marks £200-300

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VICTORIAN GILT BRASS TRIPTYCH TOILET MIRROR, of fold flat construction with swinging centre panel, the backs of the wing mirrors decorated with pictorially printed silk depicting cherubs or courtiers, 15 1/2” high, 27 3/4” wide overall £30-50


45.

MODERN GERMAN CAST BRASS FIGURAL MANTEL CLOCK, the 3” dial with ribbon tied floral surmount, being held aloft by a cherub on a circular moulded base 13” (33cm) high £80-120

46.

EARLY 20TH CENTURY GILT BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK, the silvered arabic chapter ring with gilt scrolled centre, housed in a polished corniche style case with top carrying handle, 5” (12.7cm) high, faint presentation inscription tp top £80-120

47.

EARLY 20TH CENTURY NAPOLEON HAT SHAPED MAHOGANY MANTEL CLOCK, bears name label for Lloyd, Payne & Amiel Ltd, Manchester, with 6in. silvered Arabic dial and eight day movement, housed in a case with carved trim and later battery operated bell chime attached to the outside of the rear door, 10 1/4 in. (26cm) high £30-40

48.

19TH CENTURY FRENCH EMPIRE GRAND SONNIERE GILT WOOD CASED WALL CLOCK, 6 1/4 in. enamelled Arablic dial powered by a drum shaped movement with silk suspension striking on two gong rods, housed in an oblong moulded case, behind glass, 20in. x 16 1/2 in. (50.8 x 41.9cm) £500-700

Lot 49

Lot 51 49.

EARLY 20TH CENTURY MAHOGANY ‘GRANDMOTHER’ LONGCASE CLOCK, RETAILED BY RUSSELLS, LIVERPOOL, 8in. silvered Roman chapter ring enclosing a floral engraved brass centre and gilt cherub head spanderels, powered by an eight day movement, striking on a bell, housed in a flat top case with dentil moulded and blind fret carved frieze, above a glazed door flanged by turned columns, over a long flame cut trunk door, raised on a plain base with bracket feet, 5ft. 10in. (1.78m) high £400-600

50.

EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY NAPOLEON HAT SHAPED MANTEL CLOCK, 6 1/4” silvered Arabic dial powered by a continental eight day movement striking on five gong rods housed in a barber pole and line inlaid case, 10” (25.4) high, 18” (45.7cm) wide £30-50

51.

LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRASS REPEATING CARRIAGE CLOCK BY E. WHITE, PARIS round enamel dial set with Roman numerals, set into an engine turned gilt mask powered by a striking and repeating movement, housed in polished corniche style case with top carrying handle, 6” (15.2cm) high, incribed ‘H.B Crosse’ to the base £250-350 


Lot 57

Lot 58

52.

EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRENCH OVAL GILT BRASS CURVED GLASS CARRIAGE CLOCK WITH ALARM, retailed by Finnigans Ltd, round enamel dial set with Roman numerals set into a gilt mask with alarm subsidiary below, the bell striking movement housed in a polished case with turned feet and top carrying handle 5” (12.7cm) high £200-300

53.

MODERN SEVEN JEWEL ENGLISH BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK RETAILED BY ASPREY the enamelled dial set with Arabic and Roman numerals housed in a polished corniche style case with top carrying handle, 4 3/4” (12cm) high £100-200

54.

LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH FLORAL MARQUETRY INLAID ROSEWOOD MANTEL CLOCK, BY J. BRIGHT AND SONS, PARIS 4” enamelled Roman dial, signed and numbered 5167, powered by an eight day movement with silk suspension, striking on a bell housed in a waisted case with turned feet, 9” (22.8cm) high (dial af) £150-250

55.

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LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH PAINTED MANTEL CLOCK, 3 1/2” enamelled dial set with Roman and Arabic numerals powered by an eight day movement striking on a gong, housed in a waisted case painted with flowers and genre scene and applied with gilt finial and scroll feet, 12 1/2” (31.7cm) high £200-300

Lot 60

56.

FRENCH CASE BRASS MANTEL CLOCK BY JAY FRERES, circa 1900, 4” enamelled Arabic chapter ring with gilt centre, powered by an eight day movement striking on a gong, housed in a square case with domed top and animal mask captive ring side carrying handle standing on paw feet, 13 1/2” (34.2cm) high £100-200

57.

19TH CENTURY FRENCH BLACK MARBLE COMBINATION MANTEL CLOCK AND ANEROID BAROMETER, the clock with 5” two part roman enamelled dial with visible brocot escapement, powered by an eight day movement striking on a bell, above a matching 4 1/2” enamelled barometer dial with painted scale from 25 to 31 housed in an arch top case with canted forecorners and plinth base, 16 1/2” (42cm) high £400-600

58.

MID 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD AND BRASS INLAID BRACKET CLOCK, the 8” enamelled roman dial powered by an eight day twin fusee movement, striking on a bell, in a serpentine top case with applied carved foliage decoration, gilt metal side ring handles and brass side fish scale frets raised on gilt metal ball feet, 18 1/2” (47cm) high £800-1200

59.

EARLY 19TH CENTURY FRENCH ALABASTER AND GILT ORMOLU MANTEL CLOCK the 3 3/4” enamelled Roman dial powered by an eight day movement striking on a bell, housed in a case with a seated classical femal figure on a shaped base inset with a Baccanalian embossed plaque, raised on ormolu button feet, 13 3/4” (35cm) high £500-700


Lot 62 60.

LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY FRENCH WHITE MARBLE AND ORMOLU PORTICO CLOCK, the 6” enamelled Roman dial powered by a large barrel shaped movement with silk suspension, sun burst, pendulum and external cartwheel, striking on a bell, housed in a polished white marble case surmounted by a flame and scroll finial, above square section uprights, flanked by slender urn side pieces, on an oblong base inset with Bacchanalian embossed panels, on turned feet, 21 1/4” (54cm) high £1000-1500

61.

LATE 19TH CENTURY BLACK SLATE AND VARIEGATED MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK, the 5” enamelled roman dial powered by an eight day movement striking on a bell housed in a case with architectural pediment, four split columns flanking the dial and oblong plinth base, 11 1/4” (28.5cm) high £50-80

62.

LATE 19TH CENTURY FRNECH LARGE LACQUERED BRASS FOUR GLASS MANTEL CLOCK, 6” enamelled roman two piece with visible brocot escapement, powered by an eight day movement with mercury compensation pendulum, striking on a gong, presentation inscription to front of base, 15 1/4” (38.7cm) high £700-900

Lot 63 63.

LARGE AND IMPRESSIVE 19TH CENTURY WALNUT QUARTER REPEATING BRACKET CLOCK BY FRODSHAM AND BAKER, 31 Gracechurch Street, London, the 9” silvered one piece arched dial, roman numeral, engraved leaf scroll spandrels to the corners and arch and silent/strike lever, signed, powered by an impressive triple fusee movement, striking the hours on a coiled gong and chiming the pull quarter repeat on a run of eight bells and hammering, housed in a gothic arch topped case with carved cresting and turned and carved finials above a pair of columns with leafy capitals flanking the arched door (lacking glass) scroll pierced side frets on an invered breakfront base with carved and turned feet, 31 1/2” (80cm) high £2000-3000

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A LATE 19TH CENTURY BRASS CASED MANTEL CLOCK, the movement stamped A.L.M, 14 1/2 in. high £150-200

65.

LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CASED MERCURY TUBE STICK BAROMETER with ivory register plates, with thermometer , made by G. Cartwright and Son, Preston, 38” high £400-600

66.

WALNUT VIENNA WALL CLOCK CIRCA 1900, the 8in. two piece enamelled Roman dial powered by a twin train driven movement with wooden pendulum, striking on a bowl, housed in a case with a glazed trunk, formed by split turned columns, standing on a fluted curved foot, 37in. (84cm) high, lacking pediment £120-160 11


67.

LATE 18TH CENTURY OAK AND MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, the 14in. painted Roman dial with date aperture and floral painted corners, signed Lancaster, powered by a 30 hour movement, striking on a bell, housed in a flat top case with glazed door, flanked by turned columns, over a shaped trunk door and lower panel flanked by square fluted half columns, raised on a plain base, 76 1/2 in. (194.3cm) high £350-450

68.

EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, 14” painted dial with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, building in landscapes to the corners and classical figural scenes to the arch, powered by a thirty hour movement, striking on a bell, housed in a case with swan neck pediment, break arch door flanked by turned columns, short trunk door flanked by cluster columns, standing on a crossbanded base, 7’8” (2.34m) high, complete with weight and pendulum (hand missing to one of the subsidiary dials) £400-600

69.

LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY OAK AND MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK by W. Leigh, Newton, 14” painted dial with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials and floral painted corners, signed, powered by an eight day movement striking on a bell, housed in a case with swan neck pediment, square pillars, flanking the glazed door, shaped trunk door flanked by square, fluted half columns, on a panelled base with turned feet, 7’2” (2.19m) high £500-600

70.

OAK RAILWAY WALL CLOCK, 14” painted Roman dial, marked L.N.E.R., powered by a single fusee movement, in a case with turned surround and pegged back, 18 1/2” (47cm) diameter £400-600

71.

MAHOGANY WHEEL SHAPED ANEROID BAROMETER, retailed by Lloyd Payne & Amiel, Manchester, 9in. silvered dial markers from 28 to 31 with movable hand, in an arched top case with trunk mounted thermometer, 36in (91.4cm) £50-80

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72.

EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY BALLOON CASED MANTEL CLOCK with white dial, 9 1/4” high £50-80

73.

MID 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD WHEEL BAROMETER BY A. LUVATE, PRESTON,10in silvered dial marked from 28 to 31 with movable hand, in a case with swan neck pediment, trunk mounted hygrometer (as found), thermometer and mirror, the lever below, signed A. Luvate, Preston, 42in (106.7cm) £100-150


Furniture 75.

THOMSON (MOUSEMAN) OF KILBURN OAK THREE LEG STOOL, with shaped seat and octagonal tapering legs, 14” (35.6cm) high £300-400

76.

THOMPSON (MOUSEMAN) OF KILBURN CARVED OAK ELECTRIC TABLE LAMP BASE, the octagonal tapering column spreading to a square plinth base, with leaf carved corners, 12 1/2” (31.8cm) high £150-250

77.

GOOD QUALITY LARGE OVAL OAK WAKE STYLE DROP LEAF DINING TABLE, in the style of a Seventeenth century wakes table, raised on baluster legs with double gate supports, 22 3/4” (75.5cm) high, 78” (198.2cm) long, 21 1/2” (54.6cm) wide, 64” (162.5cm) wide when open £300-500

78.

79.

SET OF EIGHT ELM LADDER BACK DINING CHAIRS, typical form with drop in rush seats (8) £150-200

80.

SEVENTEENTH CENTURY OAK COFFER, the moulded rectangular top (probably later) above a lozenge carved three panel front, initialled R.T. raised on extended stile feet, 25 3/4” (65.4cm) high, 45 1/4” (115cm) wide £180-240

81.

LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY OAK GATELEG TABLE, the oval drop leaf top above a moulded frieze, raised on turned supports, 27 1/2” (69.8cm) high, 40 1/4” (102.2cm) wide, extended, together with two spindle back SINGLE CHAIRS with rush seats (3) (table and one chair part af.) £100-150

82.

ANTIQUE OAK BENCH, the thick cut seat on splayed legs with turned stretchers, 18 1/2” (47cm) high, 54 1/4” (137.7cm) long, (one stretcher missing and wood wormed) together with an OAK THREE TIER MURAL PLATE RACK 33 3/4” (85.7cm) high, 44” (111.8cm) wide (2) £75-100

83.

GEORGE III OAK AND MAHOGANY CROSSBANDED BUREAU, the oblong top above a fall front enclosing a gilt tooled green leather writing surface and pigeon holes and drawers, flanking a pair of fluted pilaster secret drawers and central door to the fitted interior, over a pair short and three long graduated and cockbeaded drawers, fitted with brass swan neck handles, flanked by fluted quarter columns and raised on ogee bracket feet, 42 1/2” (108cm) high, 45” (114.3cm) wide £250-350

NINETEENTH CENTURY NORTHAMPTONSHIRE ELM AND FRUITWOOD HIGH BACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIR, the hoop back with fir tree pierced splat and turned spindles, above horse shoe shaped armrest with baluster turned supports, the solid saddle seat raised on turned legs tied by a ‘H’ stretcher, 44 1/2” (112.3cm) high £150-200

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GOOD GEORGE VI BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS, of small proportions, the moulded top above two short and two long graduated and cockbeaded drawers, all fitted with embossed brass knobs, raised on turned feet, 31 1/2” (80cm) high, 37” (94cm) wide £300-400

85.

GEORGE III LINE INLAID MAHOGANY FOLD OVER CARD TABLE, the rounded oblong top above a conforming frieze, raised on square tapering legs, 29 3/4” (75.6cm) high, 36” (91.4cm) wide £200-300

86.

SET OF FIVE WILLIAM IV CARVED MAHOGANY SINGLE CHAIRS, the oblong scooped top raised carved with scrolling foliage, above conforming horizontal splats, downswept uprights and flat fronted drop in seats, raised on turned and carved forelegs (5) later seats £200-300

87.

GEORGE III MAHOGANY BOW FRONT CORNER CUPBOARD, the moulded cornice above a pair of cupboard doors, fitted with brass ‘H’ hinges, enclosing three fixed shelves to the interior, 40 3/4” (103.5cm) high

88.

NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY INLAID OAK BUREAU, the oblong top above a fall front, enclosing a leather inset writing surface and interior comprising of drawers and pigeon holes, flanking a central cupboard door, above three graduated, cockbeaded drawers fitted with diamond shaped bone escutcheon’s and turned mahogany knobs with mother o’pearl centres, raised on turned supports, 43 1/4” (110cm) high, 42” (106.7cm) wide £200-300

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GEORGE IV MAHOGANY DROP LEAF WORK TABLE, the oblong moulded top above two graduated oak lined drawers and matching faux drawers to the rear, all fitted with turned handles raised on ring turned and tapering legs, terminating in brass castors, 28 1/2” (72.4cm) high, 14 1/2” (36.8cm) wide £300-500

90.

GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY BUREAU, the oblong tea above a tulipwood and barberpole line inlaid fall front, enclosing a fitted interior of pigeon holes and drawers, flanking a pair of flat column fronted secret drawers and central inlaid cupboard door, over two short and three long graduated and cockbeaded drawers, all fitted with brass swan neck handles, raised on ogee bracket feet, 43 1/4” (110cm) high, 36” (116.8cm) wide together with a LATER MAHOGANY BOOKCASE TOP, with moulded cornice and pair of thirteen panel astragal glazed cupboard doors, enclosing three adjustable shelves to the interior, 4’ (1.22m) high, 45” (114.3cm) wide (2) (bureau sawn) £400-500

91.

EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE CHEST, the oblong top above a panelled deep secretaire drawer, with maple veneered drawers, pigeon holes and writing surface to the interior, over two long graduated, cockbeaded drawers, all fitted with turned rosewood knobs with mother o’pearl centres, raised on tall bracket feet, 38 1/2” (97.8cm) high, 50” (127cm) wide £300-400

92.

JOHN BROADWOOD AND SONS, EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY, MAHOGANY SQUARE PIANO, raised on square tapering legs, mounted with gilt metal paterae, tied by a ‘H’ stretcher, 35 3/4” (90.8cm) high, 68 1/4” (173.3cm) wide £200-300

93.

NINETEENTH CENTURY CARVED AND INLAID MAHOGANY CARVER ARMCHAIR, the scooped oblong top rail above a pierced splat with central carved oval paterae, stuff over seat and outswept arms with turned supports raised on turned and reeded forelegs £80-120

94.

GEORGE III AND LATER MAHOGANY TRIPOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, the circular moulded top above a tapering column, raised on an acanthus capped carved tripod base, 22” (55.9cm) high, 23 1/2” (59.7cm) diameter (top split and height reduced) £80-120

95.

REGENCY PERIOD REEDED MAHOGANY CARVER ARMCHAIR, the scooped oblong top rail above scroll ladder rail, pink upholstered drop in seat and scroll arms, raised on sabre fore legs, tied by a ‘H’ stretcher £80-120


96.

NINETEENTH CENTURY AND LATER REGENCY STYLE TWIN PEDESTAL ‘D’ SHAPED DINING TABLE, the reeded edged top above baluster turned columns and outswept tripod bases, terminating in hairy paw brass castors, 29 1/4” (74.2cm) high, 5’ (1.52m) long, 6’5” (1.96m) when extended £100-150

103. ANTIQUE OAK BUREAU, of small proportions, the oblong top above a fall front, enclosing pigeon holes, drawers and central door to the long graduated drawers, all fitted with brass swan neck type drop handles with shaped backplates, raised on tall bracket feet, 35 1/4” (89.5cm) high, 312 (78.8cm) wide £400-600

97.

LATE GEORGIAN MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, the crossbanded and ebony line inlaid top above a central cockbeaded frieze drawer above conforming apron, flanked by a cupboard door and cellerette drawer, all fitted with later cast brass knobs, raised on turned, tapering legs, 3’ (91.5cm) high, 59” (150cm) wide £200-300

104. 19TH CENTURY AND LATER WALNUT SIDE TABLE, the rectangular top above a long frieze drawer, fitted with brass swan neck type handles with embossed and pierced back plates, raised on plain square tapering legs, 28 1/2 in. (72.4cm) high, 35in. (88.9cm) wide £80-120

98.

EIGHTEENTH CENTURY OAK DROP LEAF GATE LEG DINING TABLE WITH END FRIEZE DRAWER RAISED ON TURNED AND BLOCK SUPPORTS (LATER ALTERATIONS) 61” EXTENDED £300-500

99.

SET OF SIX (5 + 1) MATCHED LANCASHIRE SPINDLE BACK DINING CHAIRS, WITH RUSH SEATS, TURNED FRONT SUPPORTS TO PAD FEET £400-600

100. SET OF FIVE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, in the Sheraton style, comprising A PAIR OF CARVER ARMCHAIRS and THREE SINGLE CHAIRS, the shaped top rails above three vertical splats and overstuffed seats, raised on square tapering legs with spade feet, the whole outlined in satinwood crossbanding and boxwood stringing (5) £80-120 101. HARLEQUIN SET OF SIX NINETEENTH CENTURY ASH, ELM AND FRUITWOOD SPINDLE BACK DINING CHAIRS, each with shaped top rail above two rows of five spindles and later rush seat, raised on turned legs tied by stretchers (6) £300-400

105. NEST OF THREE BOXWOOD STRUNG MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLES, the rectangular cross-banded tops with diamond pattern veneered corners and ebonised lip, outlined in boxwood stringing, raised on elegant square section downswept legs, the largest 27 1/2 in (69.8cm) high, 18 x 12 1/2 in (45.7 x 31.8cm) £80-120 106. PAIR OF VICTORIAN CARVED WALNUT BALLOON BACK SINGLE CHAIRS with floral carved top rails, serpentine fronted stuff-over seats and raised on moulded cabriole front legs (2) £50-75 107.

GOOD QUALITY VICTORIAN CARVED AND MARQUETRY WALNUT AND BURR WALNUT TRIPOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, the circular top inlaid with Arabesques and scroll work, within a carved stylised floral border, above a turned and carved collar and raised on three floral capped downswept legs, 29in (73.6cm) high, 19 1/2 in (49.5cm) diameter £200-250

108. VICTORIAN CARVED BEECH NURSING CHAIR, the sloping, deep buttoned back, covered in cream silk, above a bow fronted stuff-over seat and short cabriole fore-legs £100-150

102. GEORGIAN OAK BUREAU with associated upper section, the associated cornice, above a pair of panelled and mahogany crossbanded cupboard doors, enclosing six adjustable shelves to the split interior, the bureau with fall front, enclosing pigeon holes and drawers to the interior, above two short and three long drawers, all fitted with brass swan neck handles and oval escutcheon’s, raised on bracket feet, 88 1/2” (224.8cm) 48” (122cm) wide £500-700 15


Lot 109 109. GEORGE III 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS of small proportions, the oblong top above turned small oak lined and cockbeaded frieze drawers and three matching long graduated drawers all fitted with brass swan neck drop handlesw with pierced brass plates and matching escutcheons, raised on bracket feet, 33 1/2” (85.1cm) high, 35” (88.9cm) wide, 16 3/4” (42.5cm) deep (moulding to top sides, replaced and part missing and handles repaired) £400-600 110. 19TH CENTURY AND LATER MAHOGANY PEDESTAL TEA TABLE, the moulded oblong swivel top above a frieze with fluted corners and applied beaded decoration, raised on a turned column and four acanthus carved and hipped, downswept legs, terminating in cast brass castors, 30” (76.2cm) high, 38” (96.5cm) wide £50-80 111. VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LARGE LIBRARY BOOKCASE, THE MOULDED CORNICE ABOVE A PAIR OF GLAZED CUPBOARD DOORS, ENCLOSING FOUR ADJUSTABLE SHELVES TO THE INTERIOR, THE LOWER SECTION WITH A PAIR OF MAHOGANY LINED AND COCKBEADED DRAWERS, FITTED WITH CARVED HANDLES ABOVE A PAIR OF FIELDED PANELLED CUPBOARD DOORS, RAISED ON A PLINTH BASE, 95 1/2 IN (242.5CM) HIGH, 59 1/2 IN (151.2CM) WIDE £800-1200

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Lot 112 112. VERY FINE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY MIDDLE EASTERN PROBABLY DAMASCUS SINGLE SIDED THREE FOLD SCREEN, exquisitely inlaid with mother o’pearl, bone, light and dark woods with panels and surrounding borders of intricate interlaced and geometric motifs with four oblong panels of Arabic inscription, divided by panels of finely worked dark wood and bone pierced beadwork, the reverse of the screen with light wood panels and dark wood surrounding borders, 61 1/2” high, 52” wide (extended) £8000-1200 113. IMPRESSIVE 19TH CENTURY ANGLO INDIAN CARVED ROSEWOOD PEDESTAL OCCASIONAL TABLE, the circular top with central carved medallion comprising a stylized design of exotic birds,enclosed within foliate carved bands and moulded edge, above a shallow frieze with floral and geometric border, raised on a conforming lotus leaf carved baluster columns, terminating in turned downswept legs, each carved as an elephant’s head with ceremonial headdress and trunk coiled around a flower stem, 31” (78.7cm) high, 36” (91.4cm) diameter £200-300


Lot 113 114. NINETEENTH CENTURY PERSIAN LARGE COPPER SILVER OVERLAID CIRCULAR TRAY, well tooled with a central roundel of ibex amongst lotus and other flowers, within a wide border of standing figures holding spears and bows, ibex, sphinx and other mythical creatures with narrow borders of birds and flowers, the raised edge with scalloped rim pierced with foliate scrollwork, 35” diameter £80-120

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115. BIEDERMEIER 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SIDE CABINET with piano fronted frieze drawer, bow fronted cupboard flanked by advanced Corinthian columns, concaved fronted deep basal drawer on bracket feet, 2ft. 2in. wide x 4ft. 9in. high £ 400-600 116. VICTORIAN INLAID WALNUT AND BURR WALNUT DAVENPORT DESK, the tooled leather writing slope surmounted by a back containing central oblong bevel edge mirrored plate above a pen tray and pair of ink bottle holders, flanked by two banks of two short drawers, the lower section with four mahogany lined drawers, blacked by four matching faux drawers, all fitted with turned knobs, flanking an inlaid panel front enclosed square section supports raised on a plinth base with turned feet and castors, 40 1/2” (102.9) high, overall, 22” (55.9cm) wide £400-600

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119. VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BOOKCASE, THE MOULDED CORNICE ABOVE A PAIR OF GLAZED CUPBOARD DOORS ENCLOSING THREE ADJUSTABLE SHELVES TO THE INTERIOR, FLANKED BY CARVED CORBELS, THE LOWER SECTION WITH A LONG CUSHION MOULDED FRIEZE DRAWER ABOVE A PAIR OF DRILL PANELLED CUPBOARD DOORS, FLANKED BY MATCHING CORBELS AND RAISED ON A PLINTH BASE, 7FT. 5IN. (2.26M) HIGH, 3FT. 10IN. (1.17M) WIDE. £400-600 120. GOOD QUALITY PAIR OF VICTORIAN CARVED ROSEWOOD SINGLE CHAIRS, the back top rails above floral carved and pierced slats and serpentine fronted stuff over seats, raised on bell husk pendant capped moulded cabriole fore-legs (2), both bear paper labels to seat rails for F. Danby’s, Upholstery and Cabinet Works, Leeds £100-150 121. SET OF FOUR LATE VICTORIAN CARVED WALNUT SINGLE CHAIRS, THE ARCHED TOP RAILS ABOVE SLENDER PATERAE CARVED SPLATS AND BOW FRONTED STUFF-OVER SEATS, RAISED ON TURNED TAPERING FORE LEGS

Lot 117 117.

VICTORIAN LARGE MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE LIBRARY BOOKCASE, the moulded cornice (af.) above an arched pair of glazed cupboard doors, enclosing four adjustable shelves to the interior and three short drawers below, all fitted with turned wood knobs, the long secretaire drawer to the lower section with two panelled faux drawer front, enclosing a birds eye maple front of pigeon holes and drawers, above a pair of arched panelled cupboard doors, flanked by scroll carved corbels and raised on a plinth base, 8’5” (2.57m) high, 4’1 1/4” (1.25m) wide £600-800

118. *FRENCH STYLE MAHOGANY AND BEVELLED GLASS VITRINE, with gilt brass corner mounts, borders and sabots, having cavetto cornice with central framed glass panel door, having burr wood lower panel with narrow crossbanding, enclosed mirror lined interior flanking bevelled panels and quadrant forecorners, turned tapering stump supports, 3’7” wide, 5’11” high £400-500 18

122. A MID VICTORIAN FIGURED WALNUT PEDESTAL BREAKFAST TABLE, the quarter cut oval tilt top with moulded edge and shallow frieze, above a carved and turned column, raised on four moulded downswept scroll legs, terminating in castors, 28” (71.1cm) high, the top 57 1/2” x 42cm (146cm x 106.7cm) with interesting possibly patent locking mechanism to the tilt top £400-600 123. AN EDWARDIAN MARQUETRY INLAID MAHOGANY DISPLAY INVERTED DISPLAY CABINET, the moulded cornice above a central astragal glazed cupboard door with two plush lined shelves and mirrored back to the interior, flanked by a pair of glazed bow fronted cupboard door with plush lined interior, flanked a pair of inlaid cupboard doors, on serpentine outline, raised on square tapering supports with spade feet, 78 (198cm cm) high, 48 1/2” (123.2cm) wide £700-900


Lot 124 124. AESTHETICS MOVEMENT EBONISED BURR WOOD AND PARCEL GILT SIDEBOARD, the stripped galleried cornice above an oblong bevel edged mirror, flanked by floral painted gilt wood panels and open shelves with ring turned supports and oblong bevel edged mirrors below, the lower section with three central mahogany lined drawers, all fitted with ebonised and brass drop handles, flanked by a pair of panelled cupboard doors with carved and floral painted panels, raised on ring turned legs tied by a galleried undertier, 91in. (231.1cm) high, 72in. (182.9cm) wide £300-500 125. LATE VICTORIAN CARVED WALNUTWOOD ADJUSTABLE PIANO STOOL, the circular upholstered top above a turned and floral carved column, raised on floral capped carved tripod base, 18 1/2” (47cm) high (af.) £30-50 126. SET OF FIVE (4 + 1) SHERATON STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, the scooped oblong top rails above ‘X’ shaped reeded splats and flat fronted drop in seats, raised on square tapering and reeded forelegs, tied by ‘H’ stretchers (5) £200-300

127.

IRISH TWIN PEDESTAL REPRODUCTION MAHOGANY TWIN PILLAR DINING TABLE, bearing label ‘C.O. Connell, Cork’, the rounded rectangular top with reeded edge, above heavy vase shaped columns and downswept tripod supports terminating in brass hairy paw casters, complete with extra leaf, 29” high, 66” wide, 84 1/2” wide, extended £300-400

128. VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SCOOP BACK EASY ARMCHAIR, the brown damask covered buttoned back above a serpentine fronted seat and down swept arm with elbow rests and scroll carved hand grips, raised on turned fore supports, with castors £150-200 129. LATE NINETEENTH/EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY TUB SHAPED LOUNGE CHAIR, button upholstered in pale gold damask £40-60 130. VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CIRCULAR TABOURET FOOTSTOOL, with floral stripe covered top above foliate scroll carved sides, raised on melon pattern feet, 5 1/2” (14cm) high, 12 1/2” (31.7cm) diameter £40-60 19


Lot 135 131. MID VICTORIAN MARQUETRY INLAID AND GILT METAL MOUNTED WALNUT DISPLAY CABINET, the oblong top with moulded ebonised edge, above a frieze with central scroll inlay and pair of glazed cupboard doors, enclosing two shelves to the plush lined interior, flanked by floral cast corbels and conforming scroll inlays to the uprights, raised on a chamferred plinth base, with turned ebonised feet, 41 1/2” (105.4cm) high, 42” (106.7cm) wide £200-300 132. EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY OAK BOOKCASE, the moulded cornice above a pair of fifteen panelled astragal glazed cupboard doors, enclosing three adjustable shelves to the interior, the lower section with a matching pair of nine panelled astragal glazed cupboard doors, enclosing a single adjustable shelf to the interior, raised on a plinth base, 77” (195.6cm) high, 47” (119.4cm) wide £250-350 134. BAROQUE STYLE BLACK MARBLE AND GILT METAL DEMI LUNE WALL SHELF, with cherub cast support, 13” (33cm) high, 18” (45.7cm) wide £25-35 135. CONTINENTAL EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY LARGE CARVED WALNUT AND BURR WALNUT PEDESTAL DESK, the plain oblong top with egg and dart moulded edge, above a scrolling floral carved central drawer, backed by an open bookshelf to the rear, flanked by a pair of panelled cupboards with carved floral panels and carved circular pull handles enclosing slides to the interior, raised on heavy paw feet, 31” (78.8cm) high, 64 1/2” (163.8cm) wide £600-800 20

136. GEORGIAN STYLE LARGE MAHOGANY PEDESTAL DESK, the moulded oblong top with gilt tooled green leather insert, above three cockbeaded frieze drawers and panelled cupboard door and graduated set of three drawers to the panelled pedestals, blacked by matching faux drawers and cupboard to the rear, all fitted with brass swan neck handles with pierced back plates, raised on plinth bases. 31” (78.7cm) high, 73 1/2” (186.7cm) wide £500-700 137.

EARLY 20TH CENTURY LADIES MAHOGANY WRITING TABLE IN THE HEPPLEWHITE STYLE, the rectangular top with tooled leatherette insert and swan neck back with lattice pierced panels, above a central drawer, flanked by two pairs of short drawers, all with blind front carved decoration and fitted with elegant brass drop handles raised on square tapering and fluted legs with tall spade feet, 28 1/4” (71.8cm) high to the writing surface, 42” (106.7cm) wide

138. CARVED MAHOGANY DEMI-LUNE CARD TABLE IN THE NEO CLASSICAL TASTE, the fold over top with moulded border above a deep frieze with applied oval paterae panels, heading the ram’s mask and bell husk swag capped cariole legs with hairy paw feet, 30 1/2” (77.4cm) high 39 1/4” (99.7cm) wide £150-200


139. COSTLY LOUNGE SUITE OF 3 PIECES IN CHESTERFIELD STYLE, COMPRISING TWO SETTEE’S, 7’ AND 6’ WIDE, SETTEE 6’, AND A MATCHING LOUNGE CHAIR, UPHOLSTERED AND COVERED IN LEAF EMBOSSED BRICK RED FABRIC WITH FITTED CUSHIONS AND TEN MATCHING SCATTER CUSHIONS RAISED ON BUN FEET £200-300 141. MODERN STUDDED BLACK LEATHER AND COW SKIN SQUARE TRUNK, 17 1/4” (43.8cm) £40-60 142. MODERN TEXTURED BLACK LEATHER AND COWSKIN WAISTED CIRCULAR FOOTSTOOL, with side handles, 17 1/4” (43.8cm) high £25-40 143. CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD TALL JARDINIERE STAND, the octagonal top with pink veined marble insert, above a floral carved and pierced frieze, raised on conforming square section cabriole legs, tied by a cross stretcher, 37” (94cm) high, 15” (38.1cm) wide £250-300 144. VICTORIAN MARQUETRY INLAID WALNUT AND BURR WALNUT SEVEN PIECE DRAWING ROOM SUITE, comprising SOFA, 62” (157.5cm) wide, GENT’S ARMCHAIR, NURSING CHAIR AND SET OF FOUR SINGLE CHAIRS, all with marquetry and boxwood line inlaid shew-wood frames and stuff over claret coloured upholstered (7) £400-600

145. EDWARDIAN LINE INLAID MAHOGANY TUB CHAIR, the show-wood frame with centre oval carved patera decoration to the top rail, above sides and cushion seat upholstered in cream and floral striped fabric, raised on square section supports, terminating in castors £120-180 146. VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PEDESTAL BREAKFAST TABLE, the oval moulded tilt top above a plain shallow frieze, raised on a heavy turned column and four carved downswept legs, terminating in brown pot castors, 30” (76.2cm) high, the top 53 1/2” x 41” (135.9cm x 104.2cm) £100-200

Oil Paintings 147.

WILLIAM MEREDITH (b.1851) OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS Rural landscape with three female farm workers before a fence with haystack beyond signed and dated 1882 lower right 16” x 28” £200-300

148. G. FRANZINI (ITALIAN 19TH CENTURY), OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS, ‘NEOPOLITAN FISHER FAMILY’, a fisherman playing a mandolin to his wife and daughter sat before him on the beach, a tamborine and fruit in the foreground, a moored fishing boat beyond with the bay of Naples in the distance, signed lower left, 40in. x 52in. £3000-5000

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Lot 149 149. GORGE PATTEN A.R.A. (1801-1865), OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS, ‘NYMPH AND WOOD PIGEON’, signed with monogram and dated 1855 lower left, inscribed verso, 28in. x 18in. £1000-1500 150. FRANK HOLLINS (EARLY 20TH CENTURY), OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS, A COASTAL SCENE WITH COTTAGES, a figure and sailing vessel at sea, signed lower left, 11 1/2 in. x 23in. £80-120 151. BRITISH SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY), OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS, HALF LENGTH PORTRAIT OF A LADY wearing a red cloak, holding a rose spray in her left hand, 29in. x 24in. £400-600 152. ARTHUR STOCKS R.I. (1846-1889), OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS, ‘STRICT INJUNCTIONS’, a bearded man standing at an open doorway in a wall delivering a note to a woman in the doorway, unsigned, remnants of artist’s label verso, inscribed on the mount of the original gilt frame, 31in. x 22in. £800-1200 22

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153. BRITISH SCHOOL (FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY), OILPAINTING ON CANVAS, INTERIOR WITH NOBLEMAN INSIDE A TENT, one kneeling before another who is seated on a raised throne with his crowned helmet on a table at his side, bearing later signature and date, 24in. x 39in. (canvas holed) £800-1200 154. 18TH CENTURY DUTCH SCHOOL, OILPAINTING ON COPPER, farm yard with thatched buildings, blacksmith shoeing a horse held by a boy, man on horseback and three women looking on, 9in. x 12in. (some paint loss) £200-300 155. WALTER WALNE (W.S.W 1911), OILPAINTING ON PANEL, two figures on a moored barge, with ducks swimming by, 9 1/2 in. x 13 1/4 in. (24.1cm x 33.6cm) £ 100-150 156. THOMAS SIDNEY COOPER (1803-1902) OIL ON CANVAS River Landscape with Cattle in the foreground Signed 15 1/2” x 22” (39cm x 56cm) £1500-2500

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BOLOGNESE SCHOOL (17TH CENTURY) OIL PAINTING ON RE LINED CANVAS Madonna and child in majesty rising upon a cloud surrounded by cherubs beneath a draped corner, a bishop holding a crozier and kneeling female below gazing up adoringly, a cherub standing between them holding the bishop’s mitre, another standing behind the female holding a furled white flag, standing and chequered floor before a balustrade and spirally fluted column, possibly a modello for an alterpiece 31 1/2” x 23” (80 x 58.5cm) Generally in need of restoration, the canvas punctured with small holes and with scratches to the paint surface, also having come away from the stretcher at the top and left hand side , the canvas has received dents to the uneven surface. Extended by approximately 3/4” to the right hand side at a later date, the measurements above excluding this extension £3000-4000

158. HOLGER PETER SVANE LUBBERS, DANISH (1850-1931), OILPAINTING ON CANVAS, A line of sailing vessels being towed by a steam tug on a calm day, signed and dated (18)98, 18 1/2 in. x 24 in. £1000-1500 Lot 157

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Lot 160 159. HOLGER HVIFELDT JERICHAU, DANISH (18611900), OILPAINTING ON PANEL, Blue grotto Capri, signed lower left and dated verso 1888, 7 1/2 in. x 12 1/2 in. £300-500 160. ANDERS, ANDERSEN LUNB Y *1840-1923), OILPAINTING ON CANVAS, wooded winter landscape under snow with family walking beside a horse drawn covered wagon on a lane, stream to the right, signed and dated 1882, 27in. x 36in. £2000-3000 161. MONOGRAMMED OILPAINTING ON CANVAS, Exterior with donkey and panniers and turkey, 22in. x 19in. £300-500 162. WILLIAM MELLER (1851-1931) OIL ON CANVAS Waterfall Signed 18” x 14” (45.6cm x 35.6cm) (af) £300-400 163. G. MELLOR (circa 1900) OIL ON CANVAS Watermill and waterfall signed 24” x 18” (61cm x 45.7cm) (af.) £50-70

163A. LOUIS FORTUNEY (1878-1950) (signed F. Andrieux - pseudonym) PAIR OF OIL PAINTINGS ON CANVAS Cavalier seated counting his card winnings and Cavalier seated smoking a clay pipe signed with a pseudonym 12” x 8” ( 30.5cm x 20cm) £1000-1500 164. WILLIAM ROBERT JENNINGS OIL PAINTING ON ARTIST BOARD Ponies on Dartmoor hills signed lower left 20” x 24” £300-400 165. EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS Path through sand dunes with view of the sea at sunset with two sailing boats on the horizon signed with a monogram probably ‘O.P.F.’ 6” x 9 1/2” £80-120 167.

C.BELLIANI (20TH CENTURY) PAIR OF OIL PAINTINGS ON BOARD Flower Pickers Signed 9” x 11 1/2” (22.8cm x29.2) (2) £400-600

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168. DEREK SHAPIRO (20TH CENTURY) PAIR OF OIL PAINTINGS ON BOARD, OVAL STILL LIFE STUDIES, Bird’s Nests and Flowers Signed, 6 1/2” x 8 1/2” (16.5cm x 21.6cm) (2) £300 - 500 169. RONALD N. FOLLAND (1932-1999) OIL ON CANVAS Small Isle with buildings and moored boats SIGNED FOLLAND 17 1/2” X 47 1/2” (44.4cm X 120.7cm) £250-350 170. A.D. BELL (WILFRED KNOX) (1884-1966) OIL ON CANVAS Sidmouth, Devon signed 16” x 22” (40.7cm x 55.8cm) £50-80 171.

VICTORIAN SCHOOL, OIL ON CANVAS still life, flowers in a vase, signed with monogram and dated 1887, 19 1/2” x 25 1/2” (49.5 x 64.7cm) £300-400

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D. STOCKTON SMITH (twentieth century) OIL ON CANVAS Dartmouth Quay’ signed, titled verso 13 1/2” x 21 1/2” (39.3cm x 54.6cm) £40-60

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D. STOCKTON SMITH (twentieth century) OIL ON CANVAS ‘The Market’ signed, titled verso 11 1/2” x 15 1/2” (29.2cm x 39.4cm) £30-40

178. BARRY MASON (b.1947) OIL ON BOARD ‘China Bound, the tea clipper, Cutty Sark signed, titled and dated (19) 74 verso 11 1/2” x 17 1/2” (29.2cm x 44.4cm) £400-600 179. F.T. KHAHN (twentieth century) OIL ON BOARD Still life of fruit, plates and goblet on white tablecloth signed 11 1/2” x 15 1/2” (29.2cm x 39.4cm) £100-150

172. DAVID SHORT (b.1900) OIL ON CANVAS Clipper entering harbour under sail signed 18” x 24” (45.8cm x 61cm) £100-150

180. C. HINLEY (late nineteenth/early twentieth century) OIL ON CANVAS Faggot gatherer on path in rural landscape signed 8” x 10” (20.3cm x 25.4cm) £40-60

173. MARY EMERSON OIL PAINTING Still life, flowers and bird’s nest signed oval mounted 9” x 12” (22.9cm x 30.5cm) £120-180

181. J. CONNELLY (twentieth century) OIL PAINTINGS ON CANVAS, A PAIR Interiors with figures in eighteenth century costume signed and dated 1935 18” x 2 in impressive glazed gilt frames £300-400

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182. J.L. CHAPMAN (modern) OIL PAINTING ON ROUNDED OBLONG GLASS DOME BASE a seventeenth century style pastiche with men o’war in an imaginary port signed lower left 6 3/4” x 13 1/2” £150-200

SCHOOL OF CHARLES ROBERT LESLIE OIL ON BOARD ‘The Cottage Door’ unsigned attributed and titled verso 18” x 13 1/2” (45.8cm x 34.3cm) £200-300

175. FRANS CLAERHOUT (1919-2006) OIL ON BOARD Mother and Child signed 16 1/2” x 9 1/4” (42cm x 23.5cm) £500-800

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183. J.L. CHAPMAN (modern) OIL PAINTINGS ON PANEL, A PAIR nineteenth century style seascapes with shipping each signed lower left 10 1/2” x 12 1/2” £400-600


Lot 189 184. J.L. CHAPMAN (modern) OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS a homage to Claude with seventeenth century ships and buildings at sunset signed lower right 24” x 36” £300-500 185. J.L. CHAPMAN (modern) OIL PAINTING ON PANEL A seventeenth century style pastiche of a Mediterranean port with shipping signed lower right 24” x 26” £250-350 186. JILL GIBBS (modern) OIL PAINTING ON BOARD ‘The gap in the Trees’ 23 1/2” x 17 1/2” £40-60

188. PLYLLIS STEWART (early twentieth century) OIL ON CANVAS Estuary scene with fishing smack signed 13 3/4” x 20 1/2” (34.9cm x 52.1cm) £50-80 189. JAMES HEY DAVIES R.C.A. (Manchester 18441930) OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS ‘A Poole near Bromborough, Cheshire’ landscape with sheep, pond and tree in the foreground signed lower left and labelled verso 12” x 16” £300-400

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192. PHILLIP WESTCOT PASTEL Posthumous portrait of Richard Cobden signed and dated 1872 26” x 19 1/2” (66cm x 49.5cm) inscription to mount ‘Presented to the Manchester Reform Club by the President, William Agnew 1880’ £300-400 193. HENRY LIVERSEEGE (1803-1832) WATERCOLOUR The Happy Couple Leaving The Chapel Attributed To Mount 9” x 11 1/2” (22.8cm x 29.2cm) £400-600 194. EDMUND MORRISON WIMPERIS V.P.R.I (18351900) SEPIA DRAWING ‘Ben Nevis’ signed with initials and dated (18) 99 lower left 13” x 19 1/2” £200-300

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190. ALEXANDER M. ROSSI (FL. 1870-1903), WATERCOLOUR, ‘THE LITTLE REBEL’, Interior with a young girl standing on a desk top with her pet dog, reaching up to take hold of a bird perched on a potted shrub, a bird’s cage held concealed behind her back, signed lower left, 40in. x 27in, Royal Institute of Painters in watercolour exhibition label verso with price £126.5.00. £3000-5000 191. ARTHUR CLAUDE STRACHAN (1865-1938) WATERCOLOUR Mother and Child in Cottage Garden Signed 17 1/2” X 11” (44.4cm x 27.9cm) £800-1200

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Lot 195 195. ANTONIO de SIMONE GOUACHE ‘R.S.Y.C. Oceania’ Yacht, out at sea signed, titled and dated 1917 (?) 18” x 26 1/2” (45.7cm x 67.3cm) £1500-2000 196. LOLLI (?) (twentieth century) WATERCOLOUR St. Mark’s Square, Venice signed 16 1/4” x 12” (41.3cm x 30.5cm) £100-150 197.

E.PIZEY (1900-) WATERCOLOUR House and Garden Signed 14 1/2” x 10” (36.8cm x 25.4cm) £30-50

198. ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN RENTON (fl.1799-1841) SEPIA WATERCOLOUR, HEIGHTENED Figures in a river landscape unsigned, attributed to Fry Galleries, London label verso 15” x 12” (39.1cm x 30.5cm) PROVENANCE: L.G Duke, C.B.E. 199. CHARLES MESSENT (twentieth century) WATERCOLOUR Figures in Eastern Coffee House signed 9” x 12 1/2” (23cm x 31cm) and ANOTHER Coastal scene 8 3/4” x 11 1/2” (22cm x 29cm) £80-120

200. CHRISTOPHER HUDES (twentieth century) WATERCOLOUR DRAWING Still life, Butterfly on fruit, against a mossy bank signed lower right 11” x 9” (28cm x 23cm) oval mounted, framed and glazed £50-80 201. EDWIN M. BODDINGTON OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS (relined) ‘West of BEDDGELERT 1864’ landscape 11 1/4” 9 1/4” £200-300 202. SAM TOWERS (1862-1943) WATERCOLOUR Country lane with maid and cottage signed and dated 1899 11 1/2” x 191/2” (29.2cm x 49.5cm) £100-150 203. DONALD MICKLETHWAITE (b.1900) WATERCOLOUR, A PAIR Harbour scenes with moored boats signed, certificates of authenticity verso 10 1/4” x 14” (26cm x 35.5cm) £250-350 204. WALTER EASTWOOD (1867-1943) WATER COLOUR DRAWING Water mill with mill stream, horse drawn wagon waiting with poultry in the yard Signed and dated (19)’39 20in x 24in £400-500 205. *UNATTRIBUTED (nineteenth century) CHALK ON BUFF COLOURED PAPER Shoulder length portrait of a gentleman indistinctly signed 10 1/4” x 7 3/4” (26cm x 19.7cm) 29


CAPES DUNN Forthcoming Sales 2009 December 1

Specialist Auction of Northern

Artists at 7:00pm

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Jewellery, Silver, Electroplate,

Watches and Gold Coins

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Collectors’ Sale

PLEASE NOTE We hold Victorian & Later Period Furniture & Effects sales fortnightly on Mondays (except Bank Holidays). These sales are on view Friday prior 2.30pm - 4.30pm and on the day of sale 9.15am - 11.am Sales commence at 11am

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Capes Dunn catalogue 17th November 2009 Sale  

Antique Furniture and Paintings

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