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Antique Furniture, Clocks, Bronzes, Objets d’Art, Eastern Carpets & Rugs, Musical Instruments, Oil Paintings & Watercolours

Tuesday 23rd February 2010 at 12 noon


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CAPES DUNN & CO. Antique Furniture, Clocks, Bronzes, Objets d’Art, Eastern Carpets & Rugs, Musical Instruments, Oil Paintings & Watercolours Tuesday 23rd February 2010 Commencing at 12 noon The Auction Galleries 38 Charles St Manchester M1 7DB Tel 0161 273 1911 Fax 0161 273 3474 capesdunn@googlemail.com www.capesdunn.com

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Monday 22nd February 2010 10am to 7pm Morning of sale from 10am Sale No: AF407 Catalogue £4.00 Front Cover Illustration Lot: 15 PLEASE NOTE ALL GOODS must be removed by 4pm on Thursday 25th February 2010


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Carpets and Rugs

Clocks and Barometers

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NAIN PERSIAN RUG, with dark blue field, central medallion and all over trailing floral design in salmon pink and pale blue, large cream and blue spandrels, cream and floral meander borders with pink guard stripes, 4’1” x 2’10” £80-120

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GHIORDES STYLE TURKISH PRAYER RUG, with four panels across each with a prayer arch, with pendant temple lamp and side pillars, diaper pattern multiple border stripes, stencilled pattern with fawn and pink ground, 4’ x 2’7” £70-90

EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY GERMAN EIGHT DAY ‘ALARUM’ PATENT MANTEL CLOCK, by Winterhalter and Hoffmeir, retailed by G. Spiegelhalter & CO., the mount Whitechapel Road, the 5” enamelled Roman dial with subsidiary alarm dial, powered by an eight day movement, striking on two bells, housed in a flat topped case with scrolls to the sides, raised on a moulded plinth base, 9 1/4” (23.5cm) high £75-100

10.

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

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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

12.

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

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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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KASHAN PERSIAN RUG, with dark blue and floral diamond shaped centre medallion with floral pendants on an off white field, pink and floral meander principal border stripe with two narrow guard stripes, 3’11” x 2’1” £70-90

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LARGE PAKISTAN RUG OF TURKOMAN STYLE, with all over trellis pattern with guls on a mushroom coloured field, repeat formal floral principal border with six narrow guard stripes, 6’ x 4’2” £80-120

5.

TWO VERY SIMILAR PAKISTAN ‘BOKHARA’ SMALL RUGS, each with a single row of ‘elephants’ foot guls on a fawn field, repeater formal floral pattern borders, 3’ x 2’1” (2) £60-90

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PAIR OF PAKISTAN RUGS OF CAUCASIAN STYLE, each with two large guls in dark red on a fawn field, narrow multiple border stripes and with diaper pattern end panels, 3’4” x 2’ (2) £60-90

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PAKISTAN PURE WOOL RUG, mushroom coloured with large centre angular medallion in brown and light blue, multiple border stripes and end panels, the ground with stylised birds, 2’11” x 2’2” £30-50

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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’ £100-150




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a 1973 DENT OF LONDON EIGHT DAY MANTEL CLOCK, in the form of a drum cased movement, descending a narrow rectangular gilt tooled red morocco leather covered gilt brass and red perspex angled incline inscribed with days of the week from Sunday-Sunday, supported at one end by two tapered columns above a conforming plinth base with triangular boss inscribed ‘Dent’, the reverse of the clock case inscribed ‘Dent for Brian A. Taylor 1973’ 28 1/4” long (some pitting to the brass-work) £80-120

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LARGE NINETEENTH CENTURY FRENCH BRONZE PATINATED AND GILT SPELTER MANTEL CLOCK, the drum cased movement by S. Marti and Cie, Paris with visible escapement, the cased formed of a Roman fort soldier in combat with a warrior on horseback, the name plate inscribed ‘Vercingetorix’ above a gilded base cast with stylised mythical beasts and cartouches , 25” high (some damage and losses) £250-350

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LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY FRENCH GILT BRASS CASED MANTEL CLOCK, the movement by S. Marti and Cie, Paris, the dial with floral enamelled ivory chapter ring with Roman hour numerals and Arabic minutes, the case with galleried top and four detached Corinthian columns, applied with laurel garlands and floral festoons, 13” high £150-200 LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY OAK LONGCASE CLOCK, signed Samuel Whalley, Manchester, the 12 1/2” brass dial with silver chapter ring and subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture to the scroll engraved centre, enclosed within cherub mask spandrels, powered by an eight day movement, striking on a bell, housed in a caddy top case with foliate scroll blind fret carved frieze and turned tapering columns to the corners, over a long shaped trunk door, flanked by quarter columns, raised on a plain base with plinth, 6’11” (2.118m) (lacking finials) £700-900 LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY OAK AND MAHOGANY CROSSBANDED LONGCASE CLOCK, with moonphase aperture, signed David Collier, Gatley, the 12” brass dial with moonphase aperture and subsidiary date aperture to the scroll engraved centre, enclosed within cherub mask spandrels, powered by an eight day movement, striking on a bell, housed in a caddy top case with two foliate scroll blind fret carved panels to the frieze and columns to the corners, over a long trunk door, flanked by quarter columns, raised on canted base with bracket feet, 6’11 1/2” (2.12m) high £700-900

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EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY FRENCH BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK, inscribed A. Siemes, the enamelled Arabic dial housed in a polished corniche style case with top carrying handle, 4 1/2” (11.4cm) high, complete with key £80-120

20.

EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY FIGURED MAHOGANY MANTEL CLOCK, signed Kleyser and Co., High Street, Southwark, the 9” painted Roman dial, powered by a matched twin fusee movement striking on a gong, housed in a plain arch top case with scroll pierced side frets and shaped panel beneath the dial, raised on a plinth base with turned brass feet, 19” (48.3cm) high £200-300

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EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY GERMAN HIGHLY FIGURED WALNUT (?) MANTEL CLOCK, by Winterhalter and Hoffmeyer, the 4 1/2” silvered Roman dial powered by an eight day movement, striking on a gong, housed in an arch top case with line inlays, raised on a chamferred plinth base with silvered metal ball feet, 9 1/2” (24.1cm) high, together with a MODERN BRASS REPRODUCTION BRASS LANTERN CLOCK, 10” (25.4cm) high overall (2) £30-40

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MODERN GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY MANTEL CLOCK by E.J. Goodfellow, Wadebridge, the 7” dial with silvered Roman chapter ring, floral engraved centre, flowerhead spandrels and ‘Tempus Fugit’ medallion to the arch, powered by an intricate eight day movement striking o nine rods, housed in an inverted bell top case with cop carrying hand;le and pierced side frets, raised on a moulded plinth base, 17” (43.2cm) high £30-40


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LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY OAK AND MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, signed JA (MES) Bolun, Matlock, the 12” painted dial with floral spandrels and landscape with dwelling and windmill to the arch, powered by a thirty hour movement, striking on a gong, housed in a case with swan neck pediment and slender columns to the corners, over a long trunk door with shaped top, flanked by chamferred corners and raised on a base with shaped plinth, 7’1” (2.16m) high £400-600

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MID EIGHTEENTH CENTURY OAK LONGCASE CLOCK, signed Jo (h)n Draper, Maldon, the 11 1/2” brass dial with silver chapter ring and subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture to the scroll engraved centre and Ho-Ho bird engraved madallion to the arch, powered by an eight day movement, striking on a bell, housed in a arch top case with brass ball and spike finials and brass capped fluted three quarter columns to the corners, over a long moulded trunk door with arch top, raised on a plain base, with shaped plinth £500-800

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LATE NINETEENTH/EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY MAHOGANY CASED DIAL WALL CLOCK, the 12” painted Roman dial powered by a single fusee movement in a case with turned surround and pegged back £180-220

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LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY FRENCH BRASS FOUR GLASS MANTEL CLOCK, the 4” two piece enamelled dial with visible Brocourt escapement powered by an eight day movement, with mercury compensation pendulum, striking on a bell, housed in a polished flat top case, with shaped plinth base, 11 1/2” (29.2cm) high £250-350

27.

FRENCH FLORAL PAINTED AND GILT WOOD BRACKET CLOCK, signed Dachateau, the 4 1/2” enamelled dial powered by an eight day movement, striking on a bell, housed in a waisted case with ball finial and glazed front, raised on scroll feet, 13” (33cm) high, complete with the MATCHING BRACKET, 18” (45.7cm) high, overall (2) £100-150

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SCHATZ, GERMAN POLISHED BRASS 17 JEWEL MANTEL CLOCK, the 4 1/2” dial with polished centre and black chapter ring, powered by an eight day movement, chiming on eight rods, housed in a glazed oblong case with canted base, 9 1/2” (24.1cm) high £150-250

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EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY CROSSBANDED AND MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, with rolling moon, signed G. Esplin, Wigan, the 14” painted Roman arched dial with subsidiary calendar and seconds dials, painted with figures and dwellings to the corners, powdered by an eight day movement striking on a gong, the moonphase apparently unconverted, housed in an arched top case with swan neck pediment above a pair of half turned columns flanking the glazed door, over a flame cut trunk door with shaped top, raised on conforming base with base with later bracket feet, 8’ (2.44m) high £700-900

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LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY WALNUT VIENNA STYLE SPRING DRIVEN WALL CLOCK, the 8” Roman dial with floral embossed gilt metal centre, powered by an eight day movement, housed in a flat top case with split turnings flanking the keyhole glazed door above, on a moulded under turned foot, 38” (96.5cm) £120-160

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LATE VICTORIAN CARVED OAK ANEROID WHEEL BAROMETER, the 8” enamelled dial with an engraved scale from 26-31 with a moveable brass hand, the shaped case with foliate carving to the top and base and with thermometer to the trunk, 35 1/2” (90.2cm) high £60-90


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LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY WALNUT VIENNA WALL CLOCK, by Gustave Becker, the 7” two piece dial with subsidiary seconds dial, powered by an eight day movement with an ebonised pendulum rod, in a case with split turnings flanked by the glazed door, standing on an under curved foot, 38” (96.5cm) high (lacking cresting and finials) £150-250 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY OAK AND MAHOGANY CROSSBANDED LONGCASE CLOCK, by Samuel Lomax, Blackburn, the 14 1/4” painted dial with subsidiary date and seconds dials, painted with exotic birds and foliage to the centre, within floral spandrels, signed Lomax, Blackburn, powered by an eight day movement, chiming on a bell, housed in a case with swan neck pediment above turned columns flanking the glazed door, over a long trunk door, flanked by fluted square section quatre columns, raised on a canted base with later ogee bracket feet, 7’2” (2.184m) high, dial repainted and case re polished £1000-1500 LATE 18TH CENTURY OAK LONGCASE CLOCK, signed E. HARIMAN, WORKINGTON, the 12 1/4” brass dial with subsidiary calendar aperture to the scroll engraved centre, enclosed by figural spandrels to the corners, powered by an associated eight day movement, striking on a bell, housed in a flat topped case with moulded cornice above a pair of 3/4 turned split columns flanking the glazed door, over a long trunk door with arch top and raised on a plain base with plinth support, 6’7” (2.07m) high £600-900 AMERICAN ‘JASPERWARE’ PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK, the 2” paper dial with matted gilt centre, powered by a hand wind movement, housed in an arch top case, moulded in white with colours and classical figures on a black background, 6 3/4” (17.2cm) high EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY MANTEL CLOCK, the 4 1/2” enamelled Arabic dial powered by a ‘Fabrique de Paris’ eight day movement, striking on a gong, housed in a lancet top case with gilt metal side carrying handles and fan and boxwood line inlays to the front, 11 3/4” (29.9cm) high £70-90 EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY WALNUTWOOD MANTEL CLOCK, the 5” chapter ring enclosing a gilt matted centre, powered by a drum shaped movement with short ebonised pendulum rod, housed in a ‘Vienna’ style case with swan neck pediment over glazed door with split turnings, raised on a shaped plinth base, 20 1/2” (52.1cm) high £40-60

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LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CASED MERCURY TUBE STICK BAROMETER with ivory register plates, with thermometer , made by G. Cartwright and Son, Preston, 38” high £200-300

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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 £300-500

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AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY LONGCASE CLOCK, the 30 hour movement with painted arched dial inscribed’ Fothergill Knaresbro’, contained in an oak and mahogany banded case, the hood with swan neck pediment and turned detached columns, the trunk with short door and reeded quadrant forecorners, on bracket feet, 88 1/2 in. high £500-700

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LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY LONGCASE CLOCK DIAL, with rolling moon phase and movement, faintly signed He(n)ry Furnivall (?), Oldham, the 14” painted dial with subsidiary seconds dial and birds perched on leafy boughs, painted to the centre, enclosed within floral spandrels, rolling moonphase to the arch, powered by an eight day movement (af.)

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EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY ANEROID BAROMETER mounted on an oak shield £40-60

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EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY CARVED WALNUT ANEROID BAROMETER, with enamelled register from 26-31, in a circular case, 7 1/4” (18.4cm) diameter £25-35

Musical Instruments 44.

SEAMED COPPER KETTLE DRUM by V.A. Chaine, 93 Islip St. Kentish Town, London, 23” (58.4cm) high, 27” (68.6cm) diameter £25-45

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EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY ELECTROPLATE AND EBONY THREE PART FLUTE, 28” long when assembled in plush lined and fitted case £25-40

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UNBRANDED EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY GERMAN VIOLA, chestnut coloured with one piece well figured 15” back, TOGETHER WITH THREE BOWS the frog to one bow inscribed Gotz in a PLUSH LINED DOUBLE CASE, with strings etc. £100-150

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UNBRANDED PRE-WAR HALF SIZE VIOLIN, of pale colour and having figured two piece 13 1/4” back WITH BOW IN CASE £100-150 


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DELCETTA, LONDON CIRCA 1920’s UKULELE BANJO, 22 1/4” long, in ORIGINAL CASE, with John Grey and Sons paper instruction label, and a BEGINNERS BOOKLET £30-50

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TWENTIETH CENTURY VIOLIN, COPY OF A STRADIVARIUS, bears label Made in Germany, for TMA Ltd,, pale overall colour and having two piece 14 1/9” back WITH BOW IN CASE £60-90

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MODERN BOOSEY AND HAWKES ‘EXCELSIOR’ CHILD’S VIOLON CELLO manufactured in Czechoslovakia and having one piece 25 1/2” back together with BOW IN FABRIC CASE £80-120

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NIGEL TREE, LONDON ‘THE ALBION’ CELTIC PATTERN BLOND WOOD CHILD’S/BEGINNERS HARP, the 34 strings having semi tone levers 3’6” (1.10m) high, together with STOOL ORIGINAL PURCHASERS RECEIPT AND BROCHURE (cost £692 in 1992) £150-200

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C.G. CONN, U.S.A. CIRCA 1920’s ELECTROPLATED TENOR SAXOPHONE, distributed by the Saxophone Shop Ltd in Gerrard Street, London in probably original PLUSH LINED CASE with spare reeds £80-120

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HOHNER ‘VERDI III’ PIANO ACCORDION, with ornate cream and black plastic case, the soundbox with pierced electroplated metal grille, 24 keys in plush lined contemporary case £50-80

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BOOSEY AND HAWKES EBONY AND PLATED METAL FOUR PIECE ‘CONSOLE’ CLARINET, 25 1/2” long overall (af.) £30-40

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GERMAN LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY VIOLIN, bears label ‘Copy of a Stradivarius by Julius Cantor 1896’ having two piece 14” back (af. and lacks finger board) in case with TWO BOWS £30-40

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CHINESE ‘LARK’ VIOLIN (incomplete) in case, THE MAIDSTONE VIOLIN with 13 1/4” back (af.) and an UNPOLISHED VIOLIN bears label Le-Parisien and having one piece 14 1/4” back (lack finger board and pegs etc. (3) £40-60

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EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY VIOLIN, WITH TWIN PURFLING LINES, two piece 14 1/2” back (unstrung) in case £35-50

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Mirrors and Light Fittings

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LOUIS XV STYLE GILT METAL AND CUT GLASS TWENTY BRANCH CHANDELIER, 40” (101.6CM) drop approx £400-600

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PAIR OF EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY GILT METAL AND CUT GLASS TENT AND BAG ELECTROLIERS, 23” (58.4cm) drop, approx (2) £200-300

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PAIR OF MODERN OXIDISED METAL AND FROSTED GLASS CEILING LIGHTS, each with three downswept supports with angular terminals and conical bowl, 31 1/2” (80cm) deep approx (2) £40-60

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SET OF THREE MODERN METAL AND FROSTED GLASS CEILING LIGHTS, each with three mottled blue painted downswept supports and deep, flared bowls, 28” (71.1cm) drop approx (3) £450-60

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PAIR OF MODERN OXIDISED METAL CORINTHIAN COLUMN PATTERN TABLE LAMP BASES, with hexagonal bases and pleated cream silk square shades, 24 1/2” (62.2cm) high overall (2) £30-50

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MODERN LOUIS XV STYLE GILT METAL AND FROSTED GLASS FOUR LIGHT ELECTROLIER, comprising of three downswept supports issuing scrolling branches with frilled moulded shades, above a central cut glass bowl with tassel and drop border, 26” (66cm) high £40-60

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MODERN OXIDISED METAL, MOULDED AND FROSTED GLASS FIVE LIGHT ELECTROLIER, the four outswept supports terminating in uprights, enclosing a conforming, leaf moulded flared bowl, 44 1/2” (113cm) drop approx £50-80


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TWENTIETH CENTURY GILT WOOD AND GESSO FRAMED WALL MIRROR, the oval plate within a moulded surround, set on an oblong frame with foliate scroll pierced border, 27” x 23” (68.6cm x 58.4cm) £30-50 TWENTIETH CENTURY GILTWOOD AND GESSO FRAMED PIER MIRROR, in the classical taste, the oblong, bevel edged plate, in a moulded frame with egg and dart border, surmounted by an oval framed and glazed print, after Kauffmann, flanked by pierced scrollwork, 38” x 16 1/2” (96.5cm x 41.9cm) £30-50

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PAIR OF GILT METAL AND PORCELAIN ELECTRIC TABLE LAMPS, of pedestal pattern and therme shaped inset with porcelain panels, hand painted with rural landscapes and rustic buildings, 13” high including fittings £60-90

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EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY CENTRE FIGURAL SPELTER TABLE LAMP BASE, modelled as a sailor, standing on a rocky outcrop and holding aloft a flaming torch, raised on a square chamferred plinth base, 33” (83.8cm) high, adapted £60-90

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LATE NINETEENTH/EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD WALL MIRROR, the rounded oblong plate in a pierced scrollwork frame with flowerheads and fancy cresting, 47” (119.4cm) high, 22” (55.9cm) wide, (repairs to cresting) £250-350

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VICTORIAN BRASS OIL TABLE LAMP, with white glass shade, fluted column and moulded green glazed pottery base, 23” (58.4cm) high, (converted to electricity) £30-50

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BRASS CORINTHIAN COLUMN TABLE LAMP, with square base and gold coloured silk shade, 28” (71.1cm) high overall £25-35

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ALABASTER AND GILT METAL TABLE LAMP, with vase shaped column, circular base and fabric shades, 23” (58.4cm) high £25-35

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MILK GLASS OIL TABLE LAMP with clear glass chimney vase shaped column and circular base, 14” high £40-60

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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

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Metalwares and Boxes 77.

GEORGE III STEEL AND CAST IRON FIRE GRATE, FORMERLY THE PROPERTY OF THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON, the arched back above downswept sides and polished serpentine front, surmounted by urn shaped finials and raised on tapering forelegs, 29 1/2” (74.9cm) high, 30 1/2” (76.9cm) wide Supplied with a letter of provenance from Edward A. Nowell, dealer in antiques, Wells, dated 1966, indicating that ‘As far as I know, the Fire grate along with Another was purchased from J.A.S.A. Lewis & Son, and ‘Both came from secondary rooms at Aspley House, when surplus furniture and fittings were sold before the house was converted to a museum in 1935) £200-300

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CALEDONIA QUEEN ART DECO CAST IRON STOVE, oblong, 18 1/4” (46.3cm) high, 17 1/4” (43.8cm) wide, stamped, No. 6, Queen 6lbs £30-50

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CONTINENTAL CAST IRON STOVE, cylindrical with pierced cover, 34 1/2” (87.6cm) high £40-60

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LATE VICTORIAN STYLE BRASS CAST IRON FIREGRATE, the arched back plate cast with foliate scrollwork above bow front railed basket with scrolling supports, surmounted by flaming urn finials, 28 3/4” (73cm) high, 21” (53.4cm) wide

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ARTS AND CRAFTS COPPER COAL BUCKET, stamped W.B. 1902, pair of cylindrical form with studded border and brass loop handle, 12” (30.5cm) high, 13 1/2” (34.3cm) diameter, together with a circular brass LOG BASKET with large lion, mask captive ring handles, 11” (28cm) high, 16” (40.7cm) diameter (2) (both af.) £40-60

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SEAMED COPPER HELMET SHAPED COAL SCUTTLE, with brass loop handle, 12 1/2” (31.8cm) high, 15” (38.1cm) wide, together with a BRASS EXAMPLE, 12” (30.5cm) high (2) £30-50

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ANTIQUE COPPER BED WARMING PAN, typical form with floral engraved cover and turned wood handle, together with a COPPER TRAY with wavy border, 16” (40.6cm) diameter (2) £30-50

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PAIR OF NINETEENTH CENTURY ITALIAN GILT BRASS BAROQUE STYLE ALTER CANDLESTICKS, triform with all over repousse decoration, now fitted as electric table lamps, candlesticks 19” high £150-200

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PAUL TADLOCK, LIMITED EDITION MODERN BRONZE GROUP ‘MEMORIES’ modelled as a young boy sat on a barrel, watching a blacksmith at work, 13” (33cm) high, 12 1/2” (31.7cm) wide, mounted on an oval green veined marble plinth, incised artist mark and limited edition No. 93/150 £180-250

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ANTIQUE SEAMED COPPER KETTLE with brass loop handle and acorn knop, 11” (27.9cm) high overall, together with a BRASS EXAMPLE with turned wood handle and knop and a PAIR OF CAST BRASS ANDIRONS (4) £35-50

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ART NOUVEAU STYLE CAST BRONZE PLAQUE, depicting a mother and child, 12” x 22” (30.5cm x 55.9cm) framed £200-300

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ART NOUVEAU STYLE CAST BRONZE PLAQUE, depicting three cherubs, 12” x 13” (30.5cm x 33cm) £200-300

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ART NOUVEAU STYLE CAST BRONZE PLAQUE, depicting three cherubs, 12” x 13” (30.5cm x 33cm) £200-300

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PAIR OF EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY ITALIAN ‘GRAND TOUR’ LEAD ALLOY PLAQUETTES cast in bas relief after paintings by Leonardo and Raphael, executed by Francisco Puttinati (1776-1848) each signed and dated 1818 and 1825, 3 21/2” x 5 3/4” in narrow oak frames £90-130

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VICTORIAN LARGE BRASS JARDINIERE, oval part lobed form with lion mask captive ring handles to the ends and lead liner, raised on paw feet, 10 1/2” (26.7cm) high, 33” (83.8cm) wide overall £100-150

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LARGE BRASS LOG BASKET, circular with captive lion mask ring handles, on four paw feet, 15 1/2” (39.4cm) high, 25 1/2” (64.8cm) diameter (af.) £50-80

LARGE VICTORIAN FIGURED WALNUTWOOD PORTABLE WRITING BOX, with Tunbridge broadly banded inlay and canted borders, 9 3/4” wide £50-80

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VICTORIAN PAPIER MACHE LADY’S SEWING COMPACTUM, the surface grained to simulate walnut and applied with pierce brass mounts, the hinged to enclosing a compartmented silk lined interior for needles and other requisites, above two doors enclosing six small drawers with mother o’pearl handles,11 1/2” high (some damage) £130-160

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VICTORIAN WALNUTWOOD JEWELLERY CASKET, the lift up oblong top with inset carrying handle, enclosing a fitted lift out tray and drop down front with drawer behind, raised on a chamferred base, 6 1/4” (15.9cm) high, 12 1/2” x 10” (31.8cm x 25.4cm) £60-90

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GOOD QUALITY EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY OAK TABLE TOP WRITING CABINET, oblong, domed top form with brass ring carrying handles to the side, the interior with sloping compartments, nest of three short drawers, gilt tooled leather inset to the top and fold out front forming a gilt tooled leather writing slope with square glass ink bottle and pen tray, fitted with Bramah lock, 11 1/2” (29.2cm) high, 16 3/4” x 9” (42.6cm x 22.9cm) £100-150

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PAIR OF COMPOSITE STONE GARDEN URNS, of two handled campana form with moulded foliate bands, raised on square plinth bases, 45 3/4” (116.3cm) (2) £150-200

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FAVENTIA OF BARCELONA, SPAIN, MID TWENTIETH CENTURY HAND CRANKED ROLLER OR BARREL PIANO, playing six tunes from a 16” spiked cylinder, in lacquered wood upright piano form case, 21” wide, carried on a green painted wooden hand cart with two red painted wooden spoked wheels with rubber tyres and the detachable shafts £300-500

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EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY CIRCULAR TILT TOP TABLE, the dish moulded top above turned stem and arched tripod base, 23 1/4” diameter (crack to top) £120-180

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100. NINETEENTH CENTURY YEW AND ELM SPLAT BACK LOW WINDSOR ARMCHAIR, the pierced two piece splat and turned spindle back joining a saddle seat, raised on turned legs tied by a crinoline stretcher, 35 1/2” (90.2cm) high £250-350

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101. LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY OAK DRESSER BASE, the rectangular plank top with later low back above three frieze drawers, raised on square supports, tied by a pot board, 36” (91.4cm) high overall, 71” (180.2cm) wide £800-1200

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102. ANTIQUE OAK DROP LEAF DINING TABLE, the plain rectangular top, raised on square legs, 28” (71.1cm) high, 20 1/4” (51.4cm) wide, 57 1/2” (146cm) extended £120-150 103. MATCHED SET OF FOUR ELM STICK BACK LOW WINDSOR ARMCHAIRS, the bowed arms with turned supports, above saddle seats, raised on turned legs, tied by ‘H’ stretchers, together with a SIMILAR MATCHED PAIR OF ELM SPLAT BALL LOW WINDSOR ARMCHAIRS (6) £400-600 104. LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY OAK AND MAHOGANY CROSSBANDED LANCASHIRE MULE CHEST, the two plank oblong lift up top above four short faux drawers and four matching drawers,all fitted with brass swan neck drop handles, flanked by fluted quarter columns and raised on bracket feet, 43” (109.2cm) high, 71” (180.4cm) wide £400-600 105. ANTIQUE OAK AND FRUITWOOD GATE LEG DINING TABLE, the oval drop leaf top above a single end drawer, fitted with brass drop handle, raised on turned tapering legs, tied by stretchers, 27 1/2” (69.8cm), 15” (39.1cm) wide, 44 1/2” (113cm) extended ` 106

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EIGHTEENTH CENTURY OAK DROP LEAF GATE LEG DINING TABLE WITH END FRIEZE DRAWER RAISED ON TURNED AND BLOCK SUPPORTS (LATER ALTERATIONS) 61” EXTENDED £150-250

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109. 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 £250-350 110. GEORGE III AND LATER OAK BOW FRONTED CORNER CUPBOARD, of typical form with three shelves to the interior, now on later ball feet, 39” (99cm) high, alterations £180-250 111. ANTIQUE ELM OPEN ARMCHAIR, the arched top rail above a slat back with central diamond shaped design and a pair of outswept arms with scroll supports, enclosing a flat fronted drop in seat with floral tapestry cover, raised on square tapering legs, tied by a ‘H’ stretcher £50-80 14

112. GEORGE III OAK CORNER CUPBOARD, the moulded cornice above a single, panelled cupboard door, fitted with exposed brass ‘H’ hinges, enclosing three shelves to the interior and flanked by canted uprights, 32 3/4” (83.2cm) high £120-150 113. LATE NINETEENTH/EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY ELM LONG STOOL, the serpentine padded seat with floral tapestry cover, above a conforming seat rail and raised on french cabriole legs, 18” (45.8cm) high, 28” x 15” (71.2cm x 38.1cm) £50-80 114. EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY OAK PEMBROKE TABLE, the canted oblong top, raised on slender turned gateleg supports, 28 1/2” (72.4cm) high, 12 1/2” (31.8cm) wide, 35 1/2” (90.2cm) extended £50-80 115. NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY AND LINE INLAID BUREAU, the oblong top above a fall front with large oval brass escutcheon, enclosing an interior of small mahogany lined drawers fitted with turned ivory knobs and pigeon holes, flanking a central cupboard door with floral marquetry inlay, over four long, cockbeaded, graduated drawers, all fitted with brass drop handles with embossed oval ball plates, raised on splayed bracket feet, 45” (114.3cm) high, 44” (111.8cm) wide £250-400 116. GEORGE II STYLE CARVED AND FIGURED WALNUT DEMI LUNE CARD TABLE, the fold over top with egg and dark moulding an green baize inset, above a moulded frieze, raised on four acanthus capped cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, 30 1/2” (77.5cm) high, 33” (83.8cm) wide and the protective glass top £150-200 117.

LATE NINETEENTH/EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY WALNUT AND PICTORIAL MARQUETRY INLAID TRIPOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, the circular top with central design of two birds perched on fruiting branches, enclosed within numerous bands of geometric and line inlays, above a turned column with matching banded inlays and downswept supports, 30” (76.2cm) high, 31 1/2” (80cm) diameter £300-400

118. LOUIS XVI MAHOGANY CONSOLE DESSERTE TABLE, with pierced brass gallery to the ‘D’ shaped the veined white marble top above three oak lined frieze drawers, fitted with circular brass loop handles, raised on fluted tapering legs, tied by an undertier, 37 3/4” (95.9cm) high, 41 1/4” (104.8cm) wide £900-1300


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120. LATE REGENCY PAPIER MACHE TEA TRAY TABLE TOP, rounded oblong form with dished centre, decorated with hand painted floral centre within foliate gilt scrolled designs to the border, raised on four outswept faux bamboo turned legs, tied by conforming ‘X’ stretcher, 20” (50.8cm) high, 30 1/2” x 23 1/2” (77.5cm x 59.7cm) £300-400 121. PAIR OF FRENCH EMPIRE CHERRY WOOD ‘X’ FRAMED STOOLS, typical form with old gold coloured floral upholstered seats and turned stretchers, 19 1/2” (49.5cm) high, 18 1/2” x 17 1/2” (47cm x 44.5cm) (2) £600-800

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122. GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BOW FRONT HANGING CORNER CABINET, typical form with exposed brass ‘H’ hinges and three shelves and three spice drawers to the interior, 40” (101.6cm) high, 29” (73.7cm) wide £60-90 123. NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY FOLDOVER PEDESTAL TEA TABLE, the moulded oblong swivel top with rounded forecorners, above a scroll carved frieze and plain tapering turned column, raised on a moulded quartette base with turned feet, 28 3/4” (73cm) high, 36” (91.5cm) wide £60-90

Lot 121 119. GOOD GEORGIAN MAHOGANY TILT TOP TRIPOD BREAKFAST TABLE, the circular moulded top above a spiral fluted and baluster turned column, raised on three heavy outswept supports, 28” (71.1cm) high, 41” (104.1cm) diameter latterly forming part of the furnishings of a Manhattan (New York) apartment £800-1200

124. EDWARDIAN LINE INLAID MAHOGANY KIDNEY SHAPED DRESSING TABLE STOOL, the moulded shewwood rail above a pad seat upholstered in burgundy and cream striped fabric, raised on square tapering forelegs, with spade feet tied by a shaped undertier, 25” (63.5cm) high, 23 1/2” (59.7cm) wide £50-80

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Lot 136 125. LATE GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BOW FRONTED CHEST OF DRAWERS, the shaped top above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded and oak lined drawers, all fitted with brass drop handles with oval embossed back plates, raised on splayed feet, 42” (106.7cm) high, 41 1/4” (104.8cm) wide £150-200 126. VICTORIAN INLAID WALNUTWOOD DAVENPORT DESK, the dome top stationery box with with stylised floral marquetry inlay (lacking interior) above a fall front with replaced insert (interior part af.) over line inlaid front with four mahogany lined drawers to the right hand side 16

and four conforming faux drawers to the left, all fitted with turned knobs, raised on bun feet with brown pot castors, 33” (83.8cm) high, 21” (53.3cm) wide £150-200 127.

EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY ADJUSTABLE READING TABLE, the moulded oblong top with adjustable tilting action and pull out circular candle stand to the side, above an adjustable turned tapering column, with scrolling trefoil base terminating in turned feet, 31 1/4” - 43 1/2” (79.4 - 115cm) high, 19 1/2” (59.5cm) wide (lacking rest to top) £25-35


128. EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY FIGURED MAHOGANY AND WALNUT BOW FRONT CORNER CUPBOARD, the dentil moulded cornice above a pair of frame cut and panelled cupboard doors with lozenge shaped ivory escutcheon’s, enclosing two shelves to the interior, 43 1/4 (109.8cm) high, 32” (81.3cm) wide £250-350 129. GEORGE III MAHOGANY BACHELORS CHEST OF DRAWERS, of small proportions, the one piece oblong top above brushing slide and two short and three long graduated, cockbeaded and oak lined drawers, all fitted with brass swan neck drop handles with pierced backplates and matching escutcheon’s raised on ogee bracket feet, 32” (81.3cm) high, 34” (86.4cm) wide and 20” (50.8cm) deep £400-500 130. GEORGE III MAHOGANY SNAP TOP OCCASIONAL TABLE, with circular one piece top above a turned tapering column, raised on outswept supports, 29” (73.7cm) high 30 1/4” (76.8cm) diameter, (repairs to legs) £100-150 131. LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY OAK AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY BOW FRONT CORNER CUPBOARD, the keyfret moulded cornice above a pair of cupboard doors, with exposed brass ‘H’ hinges, enclosing four shelves and three spice drawers to the interior, 44 3/4” (113.7cm) high, 29” (73.7cm) wide £150-200 132. SET OF SIX GEORGE III CARVED MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with panelled top rail above scroll carved and pierced back rail and stuff over seats, covered in floral red stripe fabric, raised on ring turned front legs (6) £500-600 133. GEORGE IV MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, the one piece moulded rectangular top above a central drawer, applied with moulding an fitted with brass pull handles, flanked by a pair of conforming cupboard doors, raised on ring turned legs with brass castors, 36 3/4” (93.4cm) high, 66 1/4” (168.3cm) wide £500-700 134. REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY TWIN PILLAR DINING TABLE, the rounded oblong top above turned columns and outswept tripod supports, with brass hairy paw castors, with additional leaf, 28 1/2” (72.4cm) high, 39 1/2” (100.3cm) wide, 59cm (149.8cm) long, 81 1/2” (207cm) long, extended £200-300 135. STAINED FRUITWOOD THREE TIER WALL DISPLAY SHELVES, 23” (58.4cm) high, 22 3/4” (57.8cm) wide £40-50

136. *REGENCY MAHOGANY SCISSOR ACTION EXTENDING DINING TABLE, with four additional leaves, comprising A PAIR OF NARROW DROP LEAF ‘D’ END SECTIONS and central four fold section, raised on fourteen turned and fluted legs with brass castors, 28 3/4” (73cm) high, x 11’7 1/2” (3.545m) long fully extended £3000-5000 137.

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 £120-180

138. 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 £120-180 139. 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 £100-150 140. 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) £250-350 141. EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY NEST OF THREE TABLES IN REGENCY TASTE £100-150 142. VICTORIAN PAPIER MACHE OCCASIONAL/ GAMES TABLE, the circular tilt top with ovolo shaped rim and nacreous shell inlaid chess board to the centre within gilt surround, raised upon a baluster column and hexafoil shaped base (the underside replaced and with later button feet) £200-300 17


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Lot 145 143. GOOD VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT AND MARQUETRY INLAID CREDENZA, the ‘D’ shaped moulded top above a foliate scroll inlaid frieze and central panelled cupboard door centre with an oval hand painted Sevres style porcelain portrait medallion of a young man, flanked by a pair of bowed glazed cupboard doors, enclosing gold coloured silk lined interiors, each with two fitted shelves, raised on a shaped plinth base, the whole outlined and applied with cast gilt bronze mounts, 41” (104.2cm) high, 60 1/2” (153.7cm) wide £1200-1600 144. VICTORIAN WALNUT FOOTSTOOL, circular with domed top, upholstered in floral tapestry (faded) raised on melon shaped brown pot feet, 11 1/2” (29.2cm) diameter £30-40 18

Lot 156 145. VICTORIAN LARGE MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, the 48” central oblong mirror with arch top and floral cresting, above a shoe cupboard with sloping door, flanked by a pair of pedestals, each containing four graduated drawers, all fitted with turned knobs, raised on a plinth base, 69” (175.2cm) high, 60 1/2” (153.7cm) wide £300-500


146. EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY LARGE MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS, the reeded oblong top above a central crossbanded deep drawer, flanked by two pairs of short, cockbeaded drawers, over three long graduated ash lined drawers, raised on heavy reeded scroll feet, 46 1/2” (118.1cm) high, 49” (124.5cm) wide 147.

VICTORIAN CARVED OAK WINDOW SEAT, the low back carved with floral roundels, above heavy bobbin turned arms and plain seat with egg and dart moulded border, above a conforming frieze and heavy bobbin turned fore-legs, upholstered with buttoned gold dralon, loose seat cushion and matching tasselled bolsters, 24 1/2” (62.2cm) high, 472 (119.4cm) wide £80-120

148. VICTORIAN CARVED WALNUTWOOD ADJUSTABLE TRIPOD PIANO STOOL, the padded seat with green floral tapestry cover, above a foliate carved and turned baluster column, raised on three downswept supports, 21-23 1/2” (53.3-59.7cm) high £50-80 149. NINETEENTH CENTURY SHERATON REVIVAL INLAID MAHOGANY DEMI LUNE FOLD-OVER TEA TABLE, the ‘D’ shaped top inlaid with half fan and rosewood crossbanding, outlined in boxwood stringing, above a conforming frieze, raised on inlaid fan capped square tapering legs, with later spade feet, 28” (71.1cm) high, 37 1/2” (95.3cm) wide £250-350 150. 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) £100-200 151. VICTORIAN CARVED ROSEWOOD WINDOW SEAT, of typical form, the arms with foliate scroll carved facings, above a moulded seat rail, raised on turned and fronted supports, terminating in brass castors, upholstered in pink dralon, with buttoned squab cushion, 28” (71cm) high, 50” (127cm) wide £100-150 152. EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY TUB SHAPED DRESSING ROOM OPEN ARMCHAIR, the pierced back with scrolling top rail and floral inlaid central oval panel above outswept arm with scroll supports and pad seat, upholstered

in old gold coloured floral fabric, raised on cabriole fore legs tied by turned ‘H’ stretchers, with additional turned stretcher across the back legs, the whole outlined in boxwood line inlays, 29 3/4” (75.5cm) high £50-80 153. NINETEENTH CENTURY COMPOSITE MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE, the oval top above two faux line inlaid and crossbanded drawer fronts, to the bound ends, raised on conforming square, tapering legs, 28 1/2” (72.4cm) high, 30” (76.2cm) wide, 37” (94cm) long extended £50-80 154. VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SUTHERLAND TABLE, with unusual gate supports, the shaped oblong top of serpentine outline, above turned end supports with downswept feet and brass casters tied by turned stretchers, 36” (91.5cm) wide, 37” (94cm) long, extended £200-300 155. EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY SNAP TOP TRIPOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, the moulded circular top above a turned beechwood column and three downswept supports, 27” (68.6cm) high, 28 1/2” (72.4cm) diameter £80-120 156. VICTORIAN MAHOGANY WIND OUT EXTENDING DINING TABLE, the rounded oblong top above a plain frieze, raised on turned and tapering octagonal legs, terminating in large, pierced brass casters, together with an extra leaf (22 1/2” wide) and SET OF SIX VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BALLOON BACK DINING CHAIRS, with turned front legs and recently reupholstered bow fronted drop in seats, (one af.) the table 29” (73.7cm) high, 45” (1.143m) wide, 54” (1.372m) long, 76 1/2” (1.943m) long extended (7) £800-1000 157.

IMPRESSIVE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE, the moulded cornice, a pair of central thirteen panel astragal glazed cupboard doors, flanked by a pair of matching cupboard doors, enclosing ten adjustable shelves to the interior, the lower section with two false drawer fronts to the secretaire drawer, enclosing an interior of drawers, fitted with turned ivory knobs, pigeon holes and central door, over three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, all fitted with turned knobs, flanked by four further cupboard doors, raised on a plinth base, 92” (233.7cm) high, 83” (210.8cm) wide £2000-3000

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stuffed seat, upholstered in old gold velvet, raised on turned and fluted forelegs with black pot castors £200-300 163. NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY TRIPOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, the circular snap top above a turned column, raised on downswept supports, 27” (68.6cm) high, 18” (45.7cm) diameter £100-150 164. VICTORIAN CARVED WALNUTWOOD NURSING CHAIR, the arched top rail with floral carved panel above a pierced vase shaped splat and flat front, stuff over seat, upholstered in old gold velvet, raised on turned fore-legs £40-50 Lot 160 158. VICTORIAN STYLE MAHOGANY WIND OUT EXTENDING DINING TABLE AND SET OF EIGHT DINING CHAIRS (6 + 2) the table with rounded rectangular top above a plain ‘D’ ended, moulded frieze, raised on turned and lobated legs, terminating in brass castors, with additional leaf, 29 1/4” (74.3cm) high, 42” (106.7cm) wide, 78” (198.1cm) long, 95 3/4” (243.2cm) long, fully extended, the chairs with waisted padded backs above serpentine fronted stuff over seats, raised on turned and lobated front legs £1000-1500 159. NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY SMALL MURAL DISPLAY CABINET, the moulded cornice above a pair of arch glazed cupboard doors, enclosing three adjustable shelves to the interior, 24 3/4” (62.9cm) high, 23” (58.4cm) wide £20-40 160. NINETEENTH CENTURY FRENCH BEECHWOOD BERGERE CHAIR £200-300 161. GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY AND LINE INLAID KNEEHOLE DESK, the oblong top with gilt tooled slate grey leather insert, above a long, cockbeaded frieze drawer and pair of two drawer pedestals, all fitted with brass drop handles with pierced backplates, enclosing a panelled cupboard door to the kneehole, raised on bracket feet, 30 1/4” (76.9cm) high, 42 1/2” (108cm) wide £250-450 162. LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY FRENCH, ROSEWOOD FAUTEUIL IN THE LOUIS XVI STYLE, the arched top rail carved with tied laurel and egg and dart type borders, above a padded back and pair of downswept fluted arms with arm pads and acanthus carved scroll supports enclosing bow fronted over 20

165. NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY TRIPOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, the circular snap top, above a slender vase shaped column, raised on three (later) downswept supports, 27” (68.6cm) high, 21” (53.3cm) diameter £60-90 166. LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY FRENCH MAHOGANY BEDSIDE CABINET, the canted oblong top with white veined marble insert above six cockbeaded, oak lined drawers, the second and third being false fronts for a drop down cupboard door, enclosing a tin lined interior, all fitted with turned knobs and raised on a plinth base, with pot castors 36” (91.4cm) high, 17 1/4” (43.8cm) wide £80-120 167.

VICTORIAN WALNUT PIANO STOOL, tall circular padded top, upholstered in blue dralon, above a reeded frieze and raised on four turned supports, tied by turned stretchers and central support, 21” (53.4cm) high, originally adjustable £40-60

168. VICTORIAN CARVED WALNUTWOOD DOUBLE ENDED SOFA, the floral carved show wood frame with central pierced floral motif, above a stuff over seat of serpentine outline, upholstered in pale green floral fabric, raised on short cabriole supports, with brown pot castors, 35” (88.9cm) high, 69” (175.3cm) wide £300-500


Lot 168 169. VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SNAP TOP TRIPOD WINE TABLE, the circular moulded top above a slender turned column and floral carved collar, raised on three conforming downswept supports, 29” (73.7cm) high, 18 3/4” (47.7cm) diameter £100-150

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170. LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY/EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY FRENCH CARVED WALNUTWOOD VITRINE, the moulded top rail with carved floral cresting, above a long glazed cupboard door headed by carved floral swags against a pierced latice work, enclosing two shelves and mirror back to the interior, flanked by ribbon tied and fluted uprights, set above a swagged and pierced frieze and raised on short tapering and fluted turned supports, 68 3/4” (174.6cm) high £700-1000 171.

EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY FOUR TIER WHAT NOT, square with turned supports and cockbeaded drawer to the lower tier, fitted with turned knobs, raised on turned supports with brass castors, 53” (134.6cm) high, 19” (48.3cm) wide £180-250

172. VICTORIAN CARVED ROSEWOOD DRAWING ROOM SINGLE CHAIR, the arched top rail above a waisted back and stuff over seat, covered in old gold coloured floral fabric, raised on french cabriole front legs £40-60 173. VICTORIAN CARVED WALNUT GENT’S EASY ARMCHAIR, the floral carved top rail above a waisted button back, outswept arm with arm pads and scroll supports and stuff over serpentine fronted seat, covered in old gold coloured floral fabric, raised on short cabriole front legs with pot castors £200-300

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179. 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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SET OF SIX (5 + 1) MATCHED LANCASHIRE SPINDLE BACK DINING CHAIRS, WITH RUSH SEATS, TURNED FRONT SUPPORTS TO PAD FEET £250-350

175. 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) £200-300 176.

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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 £300-400 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

178. 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) £3000-5000 22

180. THOMSON (MOUSEMAN) OF KILBURN OAK THREE LEG STOOL, with shaped seat and octagonal tapering legs, 14” (35.6cm) high £300-400 181. GOOD QUALITY GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY DOUBLE CORNER CUPBOARD, the moulded cornice above a nine panel astragal glazed cupboard door, enclosing three serpentine fronted shelves to the interior, the lower section with circular line inlaid and frame out cupboard door, raised on outswept front supports, tied by a shaped apron, 72 3/4” (184.8cm) high, 24” (61cm) wide £100-150 182. EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD CROSSBANDED LADY’S WRITING TABLE, by Maple and Co., the low superstructure with pierced gilt metal gallery, two drawers and two downswept doors, above an oblong top with shaped gilt tooled leather insert, over a pair of frieze drawers, fitted with brass drop handles, raised on square tapering legs, terminating in brown pot castors, 36 1/2” (92.7cm) high, 36 1/4” (92.1cm) wide, stamped ‘Maple & Co’ to the right drawer £200-300 183. SET OF FOUR LOUIS XVI STYLE FRENCH BEECH FAUTEUILS, the moulded top rails above padded backs, downswept arms with turned supports and loose cushions to the bow fronted seats, on tapering fluted forelegs, upholstered in pale gold coloured fabric, 35” (88.9cm) high (4) £400-600 184. PAIR OF LOUIS XVI STYLE FRENCH CHERRYWOOD SINGLE BEDSTEADS, with architectural pediment top rails above plain inset panels, flanked by turned and fluted uprights with turned finials and tapering feet, 33” (83.8cm) high, 39 1/2” (100.3cm) wide, printed mark Kindel, Grand Rapids, Belvedere, 2372 (4) £300-400


fitted with brass drop handles, raised on a pair of plain pedestals, each fitted with three graduated drawers and cupboard on plinth base, 29 1/2” (74.9cm) high, 58 1/2” x 38 1/2” (148.6cm x 97.8cm) £400-600 187.

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Lot 185 185. GOOD QUALITY GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET, the dentil moulded frieze above a pair of thirteen panel astragal glazed cupboard doors, enclosing three adjustable glass shelves to the cream silk lined interior, the advanced lower section with canted oblong top above a gilt tooled leather inset slide to the fluted frieze frame cut panelled cupboard doors, raised on bracket fret, 7’ 1” (2.106m) high, 46” (117cm) wide, (one glass panel cracked) £250-400

EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY AND LINE INLAID MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET, the inlaid, inverted breakfront frieze above a central cupboard door with oval, bevel edged panel over three vertical glazed panels by a pair of bow fronted glazed panels, enclosing two shaped glass shelves to the pattern old gold coloured silk lined interior, raised on square tapering legs with spade feet, tied by an undertier, 69” (175.3cm) high, 44” (101.8cm) wide £200-300

188. MID VICTORIAN STYLE MAHOGANY WIND OUT EXTENDING DINING TABLE AND SET OF EIGHT DINING CHAIRS, the TABLE with rounded rectangular top above a plain frieze, raised on heavy turned and part fluted legs terminiating in bow pot castors, with two additional leaves, 28 1/2” (72.4cm) high, 47” (119.4cm) wide, 58” (147.3cm) long, 92” (233.7cm) long fully extended, the chairs with scrolled top rails moulded uprights, padded backs and bow fronted stuff over seats, upholstered in modern stylised floral cream coloured fabric, raised on turned and part fluted front legs with matched castors £1000-1500 189. 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 £300-400 190. 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

186. EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY TWIN PEDESTAL PARTNERS DESK, the moulded oblong top with gilt tooled olive green leather insert above six mahogany lined lined frieze drawers, all 23


Oil Paintings

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Lot 194 191. 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) £120-180 192. 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 £100-150 193

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194. ART DECO BIRD’S EYE MAPLE AND SILVERED METAL INLAID COFFEE TABLE, the oblong top above four short square section legs with silvered metal bands, 13” (33cm) high, 51” x 29 1/2” (129.6cm x 74.9 cm)

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ARTHUR TREVOR HADDON R.B.A. (1864-1941) OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS Venetian canal scene with female figures round a fruit stall in the foreground boats and the city in the background signed lower left 22” x 30” (56cm x 76cm) £2000-3000

196

ALFRED GLENDENING, JUNIOR (1861-1907) OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS ‘At Home’ Interior of a cottage with barefoot boy seated on a chair looking at coins he has found whilst sweeping with a brook in his left hand , old woman in the shadows of the doorway looks on in alarm signed with monogram ‘A.G.’ and dated (18) 88, lower left 16” x 13” (41cm x 33cm) £1000-1500

197

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

198

ALBERT GILBERT (active 1920’s) OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS Still life, bowl of roses signed lower right and labelled verso, London address 22” x 18” (55cm x 45cm) £200-300

199

JOSHUA ANDERSON HAGUE (1950-1916) OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS ‘Marle Farm 1895’ Rural landscape with farm buildings, haystack and trees, stream in the foreground signed lower right 20” x 16” (50cm x 40) £300-500

200

B. WARD PAIR OF OIL PAINTINGS ON BOARD Highland landscapes with lochs, cattle watering mountains in background, at sunset signed lower right 15” x 23” (37.5cm x 57.5cm) £150-200

201

WILLIAM MELLER (1851-1931) OIL ON CANVAS Waterfall Signed 18” x 14” (45.6cm x 35.6cm) (af) £150-200

202

CHARLES STUART (1880-1904) OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS Landscape with sun shining on high mountains, with low clouds, tree lined river valley with highland cattle on meadows in the middle foreground signed lower left 24” x 18” (61cm x 45.7cm) (af.) £300-500

203

RONALD MOSELEY (b.1931) OIL ON CANVAS ‘Haymaking in Langdale, Lake District’ signed, titled to the label verso 20” x 30” (50.8cm x 76.2cm) £300-400

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LEE REYNOLDS BURR (b.1936) (American) OIL ON CANVAS Japanese Geisha seated signed 48” x 31” (122cm x 78.8cm) £100-200

205

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” £40-60

206

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

207

GEORGE HENRY JENKINS (1843-1914) OIL PAINTING ON WOOD PANEL View of North Devon coast with figures on a beached fishing boat in right foreground signed and dated 1874 and labelled verso 10” x 16 1/2” £100-150

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208

AUSTIN SMITH (early twentieth century) OIL PAINTING ON PANEL View of the Bay Scarborough, showing Grand Hotel and viaducts signed and dated 1910 8” x 15 1/2” (20cm x 39cm) £100-150

209

WILLIAM EDWIN TRINDALL (1863-1938) OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS Woodland track with man carrying faggots signed 11” x 15” (27.5cm x 37.5cm) and a LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY, OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS Rural town view with large church and windmill indistinctly inscribed to stretcher 11” x 15” 27.5cm x 37.5cm) gilt framed (2) £75-100 210 AFTER GUERCINO (GIOVANNI FRANCESCO BARBIERI) NINETEENTH CENTURY OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS ‘Sibilla Persila’ half length study of a seated woman writing with a quill pen unframed 25” x 20” (62.5cm x 50cm) £80-120

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NINETEENTH CENTURY SCHOOL OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS Half length study of a bare breasted woman seated contemplating crown of thorns on table before her 30” x 25” (75cm x 62.5cm) gilt framed £80-120 REX N. PRESTON OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS Extensive moorland landscape with two figures walking by a rocky edge signed and dated (19) 80 10” x 24” (25cm x 60cm) framed and JOHN GRAIN (twentieth century) OIL PAINTING Woodland stream ‘Tributary to the Conway river, North Wales’ signed 16” x 12” (40cm x 30cm) gilt framed (2) £30-40 FREDERICK SHAW (d.1923) OIL PAINTING ON PANEL The Haunt of the Coot and the Heron’ - a woodland pool’ signed lower left inscribed on Exhibition label verso, dated 1911 10” x 7” (25.5cm x 17.5cm) £120-180

214

FREDERICK SHAW (d.1923) OIL PAINTING ON PANEL ‘Salome’ signed lower left, inscribed on Exhibition label verso dated 1912 8” x 6” (20cm x 15cm) £100-150

215

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

216

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

217

HOLGER PETER SVANE LUBBERS, DANISH (1850-1931), OIL PAINTING 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. £800-1200

218

MONOGRAMMED OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS, Exterior with donkey and panniers and turkey, 22in. x 19in. £250-350

219

GUSTAVE ZOULA (twentieth century) OIL PAINTING ON BOARD An Alpine landscape with a wayside shrine signed lower right indistinctly inscribed verso 23 1/2” x 22 1/2” (59.5cm x 57cm) £50-80

220

DAVID W. HADDON (fl.1884-1914) OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS Exterior with bearded man seated on steps reading a newspaper

signed lower left 16 1/2” x 10 1/2” (41cm x 26.5cm) £200-300 221

RAYMOND CAMPBELL OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS Still life with wine bottles, wine glass, grapes and cheese on a table signed lower right 18” x 24” (45cm x 60cm) £300-500

222

ANDRAS GOMBAR (b.1946) OIL PAINTING ON BOARD Still life with brass pan and ladle, two glass jars, one with pickled fruit, on a table with folded cloth signed lower left 12” x 16” (30cm x 40cm) £100-150

223

KEVIN PLATT (b.1945) OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS Harbour scene by evening lights, with moored boats on low tide signed lower right 20” x 40” (50cm x 100cm) £80-120

224

ALBERT ROUSSEAU, Canadian (1908-1982) OIL PAINTING ON ARTIST’S CANVAS PANEL Hilly landscape with buildings in foreground signed lower right, inscribed verso and dated 1975 16” x 20” (40cm x 50cm) £300-450

225

R. FOLLAND OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS ‘Quiet Harbour’ signed 18” x 24” (46cm x 61cm) £80-120

226

ROBERT CHAILLOUX OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS Still life with fruit, wine glass etc. on a table signed lower left 24” x 20” (61cm x 51cm) £100-150

227

PIERRE De CLAUSADES (French 1910-1976) OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS Tranquil Estuary scene signed lower left 21” x 25 1/2” (53cm x 65cm) £400-600

228

DONALD McINTYRE (1923) OIL PAINTING ON BOARD ‘Figures on the Shore’ signed inscribed and titled (Withering 1967) verso 9 1/2” x 23 1/2” (24cm x 60cm) £300-500

229

CHARLES WYATT WARREN, CAERNARVON OIL PAINTING ON BOARD ‘Sailing off Beaumaris’ signed lower left and inscribed verso 9 1/2” x 21 1/2” (24cm x 55cm) £100-150

230

BERNARD DUFOUR (b.1922) OIL PAINTING ON BOARD Continental harbour scene with moored boats signed lower right 18” x 14” (45cm x 36cm) £75-100

231

BERNARD DUFOUR PAIR OF OIL PAINTINGS ON BOARD Continental street scene and continental town with beach and boats signed lower right 17 3/4” x 14” (45cm x 36cm) £150-200 27


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TOM PAXTON OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS Bust portrait of a young woman with blonde hair signed lower left and initialled and dated verso June 1969 20” x 18” (51cm x 46cm) £50-80

233

SEBASTIAN PETHER (1790-1844) OIL PAINTING ON PANEL A landscape with figures before a roadside tavern indistinctly in pencil verso 10” x 16” (25.5cm x 41cm) (some repainting to the sky) £100-150

234

G.E. MILLER (twentieth century) OIL PAINTING ON BOARD ‘Pleckgate Fold, Blackburn’ signed and dated (19) 72 lower left inscribed on Blackburn Artists’ Society exhibition label verso 24” x 30” (61cm x 76cm) £100-150

235

G. CARTWRIGHT (modern) OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS BOARD, A SET OF FOUR Street scenes in bygone times with trams, steam, horse-drawn and other vehicles one depicting London, one Oxford, one of Dunster, Somerset three signed lower left, one lower right 15 1/2” x 19 1/2” (39.5cm) x 49.5cm) (The artist has had his painting reproduced by Waddingtons Jig-saws, and by Hallmark Greetings Cards £600-800

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ROY PETLEY OIL ON PANEL ‘Grand Canal, Venice’ signed 16” x 24” (40.7cm x 61cm) £700-1000

241

ROY PETLEY (b.1951) OIL ON PANEL Grand Canal, Venice signed 16 1/2” x 24” (42cm x 61cm) £700-1000

236

PETER KUHFELD (b.1952) OIL ON CANVAS ‘The Forum, Roman from the Capitaline Hill’ signed 9” x 26” (22.8cm x 66cm) £300-500

242

ANGUS HAMPEL (twentieth century) OIL ON CANVAS Street scene, ‘Shade and Light, Venice’ signed 30” x 24” (76.3cm x 61cm) £700-1000

237

NEIL FORSTER (b.1940) PASTEL Place Du Pont Neuf, Paris signed 10” x 19” (25.4cm x 48.3cm) £500-700

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238

NEIL FORSTER (b.1940) PASTEL ‘Lioness with cubs’ signed 13” x 20” (33cm x 50.8cm) £350-450

WOLF PLOWMAN (twentieth century) OIL PAINTING ON BOARD Aerial combat over coastal seascape signed and dated (19) 79 lower right 21 1/2” x 29 1/2” (53.75cm x 73.75cm) £200-300

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NEIL FORSTER (b.1940) PASTEL Lioness, ‘Masai Mara’ signed 14” x 21 1/2” (35.6cm x 54.6cm) £300-500

BRITISH SCHOOL (nineteenth century) OIL PAINTING ON PANEL Twin masted ship entering a harbour in stormy seas 5” x 7” (12.5cm x 17.5cm) £80-120

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WILLIAM BROOMS (1838-1892) OIL PAINTINGS ON CANVAS, A PAIR ‘Stormy Sunset, cast near Folkestone’ and ‘Stormy weather, Kynance Cover, Cornwall’ each inscribed in artist’s hand on label verso 10” x 12” (25.5cm x 30.5cm) £180-220

246

ALBERT WOODS A.R.C.A. (fl. 1892-1937) OIL PAINTING ON BOARD Sweet peas in a bowl and vase and table top signed lower left 18” x 23 3/4” (46cm x 60.5cm) £120-180

247

NEWHALL (twentieth century) OIL PAINTING ON BOARD Marshy landscape with hills beyond signed lower right 10” x 13 1/2” (25.5cm x 34cm) £50-70

248

F.E. JAMIESON (1895-1950) OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS A view of the Scottish highlands signed lower left 20” x 30” (50cm x 75cm £100-150

249

UNATTRIBUTED (nineteenth century) OIL ON CANVAS Figures in shop interior unsigned 21” x 17 1/2” (52.3cm x 44.4cm) £50-80

250

*DIETER TEUSCH (German b. 1940) MIXED MEDIA PAINTING ON CANVAS Triptych of unframed abstract works ‘Lost and Found 1’ signed verso and dated 2001 and 2003 and with printed label named and titled and numbered 287 22” x 18” (55cm x 45cm), 19 1/2” x 16” (49cm x 40cm) and 15 1/2” x 19 1/2” (39cm 49cm) £1000-1500

251

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

252

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) £200-300

253

DAVID SHORT (b.1900) OIL ON CANVAS Clipper entering harbour under sail signed 18” x 24” (45.8cm x 61cm) £60-90

254

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

255

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

256

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” £80-120

257

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” £150-250 29


258

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” £150-250

259

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

Watercolour Drawings

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HENRY JOHN KINNAIRD (fl.1880-1920) WATERCOLOUR DRAWING ‘A Sussex Cornfield’ rural track with figure leading horses by a river signed 11” x 7 1/2” (27.5cm x 19cm) in contemporary gilt frames and glazed £250-300

261

JAMES WALTER GOZZARD (1880-1950) WATERCOLOUR DRAWING ‘Springtime’ sheep grazing beneath blossom tress and cottage with smoking chimney signed 10” x 13 1/2” (25cm x 34cm) in contemporary gilt frame and glazed £150-200

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MISS MARY McNICHOLL WROE (1874-1954) WATERCOLOUR DRAWING ‘Hayrick’s on the South Downs; signed with initials and dated 1931 8” x 15” (20cm x 38cm) mounted but unframed £80-120

263

C. MAGNIAC WATERCOLOUR DRAWING ‘Lindow Common’, Wilmslow, Cheshire signed lower right and dated 1888 6” x 12 3/4” (15cm x 32cm) £30-50

264

JOHN KEELEY, BIRMINGHAM (1849-1930) PAIR OF WATERCOLOUR DRAWINGS Landscape with cattle watering in the manner of David Cox signed 5” x 7” (13cm x 18cm) £100-150


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JAMES W. MILLIKEN (active 1887-1930) WATERCOLOUR DRAWING Continental town scene with river and bridge, numerous figures at a flower market and continental street scene with female figures lace making outside their front doors woman delivering milk from a dog cart signed lower left 10” x 14” (25cm x 35cm) £400-600 GEORGE SHEFFIELD (Manchester 18391892) WATERCOLOUR SKETCH ‘Northenden’ landscape with five market gardeners returning from the fields inscribed verso 9” x 13 1/2” (22.5cm x 34cm) £150-200 ANTONIO de SIMONE (nineteenth century Italian school) GOUACHE DRAWING ‘R.S.Y.C. Oceania’ Large sailing yacht under full sail on a rough sea signed, titled and dated 18” x 26 1/2” (45.7cm x 67.3cm) £1500-2000 A.D. BELL R.B.A. GOUACHE DRAWING ‘On a Moonlit Sea’ Clipper ship under full sail signed and dated 1939 9 1/2” x 14 1/4” (25cm x 36cm) £50-80 EDWARD HORACE THOMPSON (1879-1949) WATERCOLOUR DRAWING ‘Llyn Peris, Llanberis Pass’ signed and labelled verso 11 3/4” x 17 3/4” (30cm x 45cm) £300-500

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TWENTIETH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL PEN AND WASH DRAWING ‘Peni dei Pugni’ (Venice) signed indistinctly and dated (19) 77 8 3/4” x 8 1/2” (22cm x 21cm) £50-80

271

W. BUTTERWORTH WATERCOLOUR DRAWING ‘Old Boars Head Inn’ signed and dated 1893 13 3/4” x 24 1/2” (35cm x 62cm) £50-80

272

STANLEY SMITH A.R.C.A. (born 1893, Halifax) ‘Peel Hill Farm, Nr Blackpool’ farm buildings, travellers caravan with pond in foreground signed lower right and with title verso 10 1/2” x 14 3/4” £100-150

273

PROBABLY BOHEMIAN SCHOOL (nineteenth century) WATERCOLOURS, A PAIR Portraits of a husband and wife both indistinctly signed lower right 11 1/2” x 8 1/4” (29cm x 21cm) £70-90

274

FRANCESCO BERGAMINI (1815-1883) WATERCOLOUR ‘The Rehearsal’ signed lower right 14 1/2” x 21” (37cm x 51cm) £1500-2000

275

P. MACGREGOR WILSON R.S.W. (d.1960) WATERCOLOUR A Scottish coastal scene at sunset signed lower right indistinctly titled on gallery label verso 11 1/2” x 19 1/2” (29cm x 49.5cm) £120-180

276

P. MACGREGOR WILSON R.S.W. (d.1960) WATERCOLOURS, A PAIR ‘The Cullin Hills-Skye’ and ‘In the South on Jura’ both signed lower and right and left respectively both titled on gallery labels verso 8” x 12 1/4” (20cm x 31cm) £180-220

277

GORDON KING (modern) WATERCOLOUR Girl sat on a harbour wall signed lower right 14” x 10” (35.5cm x 25.5cm) £300-400

278

WILLIAM MANNERS R.B.A. (f.1885-1910) WATERCOLOUR Fast falls th Eventide’ signed lower left, inscribed in artist’s hand on label transferred to later backboard 9 3/4” x 7” (25cm x 17.5cm) £200-300

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CHARLES F. BUCKLEY (1812-1869) WATERCOLOUR ‘Lake Windermere, Westmorland’ signed and dated 1856 lower left inscribed on label verso 10 1/4” x 15 1/2” (26cm x 39.5cm) £250-350

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M. GRAHAM (late nineteenth century) WATERCOLOUR A female reaper carrying a sheaf of corn, a sickle and hooped wooden ale cask signed lower right 16 1/4” x 21 1/4” (40cm x 54cm) £90-130

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ETHEL S. CHEESWRIGHT R.M.S. (fl.1896-1913) WATERCOLOUR ‘Sark’ signed lower left 20 1/2” x 14” (52cm x 35.5cm) contained within an oak framed fire screen £60-80

282

GRAHAM SMITH (twentieth century) WATERCOLOUR ON BUFF TINTED PAPER a hunt in progress across an open landscape, a church spire in the distance, signed lower left, indistinctly inscribed lower right 10 3/4” x 15” (27cm x 38cm) ANOTHER BY THE SAME HAND ‘Evening flight - Loch Nan Hamh’ signed lower right, inscribed in margin lower left 15” x 22 1/4” ANOTHER BY THE SAME HAND ‘Village scene with cottages’ TWO REPRODUCTION PRINTS AFTER GRAHAM SMITH AND A PHOTOGRAPH of the artist in his drawing room, his wife sat in an armchair (6) £400-500

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ROBERT EDWARD MORRISON (1852-1925) BLACK CHALK DRAWINGS, TWO SIMILAR Portrait of a gentleman almost full face and a portrait of a lady facing left each signed and dated 1913 lower right 21 3/4” x 16” and 21 1/2” x 15 3/4” (55cm x 40.5cm & 55cm x 40cm) £180-220

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DARREN HARVEY (modern) WATERCOLOURS, TWO SIMILAR Finely executed almost photographic study of an owl perched on a rock, signed and dated 1991, ANOTHER OF TWO OWLS perched on a branch signed and dated 1992 lower right 5 3/4” x 10 3/4” (14.5cm x 27cm) (2) £500-600

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ERNEST WATTS (LATE NINETEENTH/EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY) WATERCOLOUR A river landscape with figures, thatched cottage and castle signed lower right 9 1/4” x 20” (23.5cm x 51cm) £90-130

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W. MILES JOHNSTON (fl.1926-38) WATERCOLOUR Scottish landscape with cottages signed lower left 15 1/2” x 20 3/4” (39.5cm x 52.5cm) £300-400

287

W. MILES JOHNSTON (fl.1926-38) WATERCOLOUR Lowland Scottish landscape with trees in winter signed lower right 15 1/2” x 20 3/4” (39.5cm x 52.5cm) £200-300

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288

GEORGE H. GRIFFITHS WATERCOLOUR DRAWING ‘Sheep in Winter’ signed and labelled verso 13 1/2” x 19 1/2” (34cm x 49cm) £40-60

289

VICTORIA E. STREET, Harrogate WATERCOLOUR DRAWING ‘Poppies and Marquerites’ signed and dated 1894 and labelled verso 17 1/2” x 12 1/2” (45cm x 31cm) £30-50

290

GEORGE ALLEN WATERCOLOUR DRAWING Coast scene with harbour lighthouse and moored sailing vessels signed 10 1/2” x 14 1/2” (27cm x 36cm) £50-80

291

EDWARD A. HICKLING (twentieth century) WATERCOLOUR DRAWING River scene with three figures titled verso on artist label ‘Stepping Stones, Newstead, Notts’ 15” x 19” (37.5cm x 47.5cm) AND TWO SMALL WATERCOLOUR DRAWINGS, Rural scenes, framed and glazed (3) £30-40

292

NORMAN GRUT WATERCOLOUR Portrait of a lady signed 12” x 8 1/2” (30.5cm x 21.6cm) £30-50

293

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” £100-150

294

LOLLI (?) (twentieth century) WATERCOLOUR St. Mark’s Square, Venice signed 16 1/4” x 12” (41.3cm x 30.5cm) £100-150

295

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.

296

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) £50-80

297

EDWIN M. BODDINGTON OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS (relined) ‘West of BEDDGELERT 1864’ landscape 11 1/4” 9 1/4” £200-300

298

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

299

*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)

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CAPES DUNN Forthcoming Sales 2010 March 9

Books, Prints, Maps and Affordable Pictures at 12 noon

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Collectorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Sale, Textiles and Costume at 12 noon

April 13

European Ceramics, Doulton & Beswick, Decorative Arts, Oriental Ceramics &Ivories & Glasswares at 12 noon

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Jewellery, Silver, Plated Wares, Watches and Gold Coins at 12 noon A full list of sale dates for 2010 is available on our website www.capesdunn.com and on www.ukauctioneers.com 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 Feb 23rd 2010  

Antique Furniture, Clocks, Bronzes, Objets d’Art, Eastern Carpets & Rugs, Musical Instruments, Oil Paintings & Watercolours

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