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THE SPRING SALE INTERIORS TO INCLUDE DECORATIVE ARTS & MODERN DESIGN AND THE SELECTED CONTENTS OF ELIBANK HOUSE, TAPLOW DONNINGTON PRIORY | WEDNESDAY 20 & THURSDAY 21 APRIL 2022

THE SPRING SALE

Coming Up at Dreweatts

INTERIORS TO INCLUDE DECORATIVE ARTS & MODERN DESIGN AND THE SELECTED CONTENTS OF ELIBANK HOUSE, TAPLOW

Auctions 20 & 21 April | Live Online

DONNINGTON PRIORY WEDNESDAY 20 & THURSDAY 21 APRIL 2022 | 10.30am

The Spring Sale | Interiors To include Decorative Arts and Modern Design 22 April | Timed Online Fine Art 27 April | Timed Online

AUCTION FORMAT: LIVE ONLINE This is a live online auction with an auctioneer. Bidding is available online, by telephone or commission (absentee) bids. If not bidding online, please contact Dreweatts to register all commission bids or telephone bids by 12 noon BST on Tuesday 19 April.

First Editions and Children’s Illustrated Books 28 April | Live Online Fine and Rare Wine and Spirits 10 May | Live Online Town and Country | The Collections of Charles Plante and Rawdon Hall

FREE ONLINE BIDDING IS AVAILABLE AT DREWEATTS.COM: The Dreweatts’ bidding platform allows you to watch, listen and bid with no additional online bidding fees applicable.

18 & 19 May | Live Online Chinese and Japanese Works of Art including Islamic and Indian Art

REGISTRATION: We advise clients to register at least 48 hours in advance of the auction as you may be asked to provide documents to verify your identity. Registration for new clients will close at 12 noon BST on Tuesday 19 April.

25 May | Timed Online Jewellery, Silver, Watches, Pens and Luxury Accessories 26 May | Live Online Old Master, British and European Art

BUYER’S PREMIUM: Buyer’s premium is charged per lot at 25% of the hammer price (30% including VAT) up to and including £500,000, 20% (24% including VAT) of the hammer price from £500,001 up to and including £1,000,000, and 12% of the hammer price (14.4% including VAT) in excess of £1,000,001.

30 May | Live Online Fine Furniture, Sculpture, Carpets, Ceramics and Works of Art

Valuation Days

CUSTOMER DUE DILIGENCE CHECKS: In order to comply with current Money Laundering Regulations, it is our policy to conduct appropriate Know Your Client checks on any buyers who transact at the threshold of £8,000 or more. Buyers will be required to provide the following information:

Every Tuesday | London Jewellery, Silver, Watches & Luxury Accessories 1 April & 6 May | Newbury Fine Art, Antiques, Jewellery, Silver, Watches, Asian Works of Art & Wine

We hold regular auctions of fine art, antiques, jewellery and other collectibles. Our specialists carry out valuations nationwide so if you are unable to attend one of our valuation days, please request a valuation via our website or call us to discuss a home visit. NOW INVITING ENTRIES FOR OUR 2022 AUCTIONS NEWBURY Dreweatts Donnington Priory Newbury Berkshire RG14 2JE

LONDON Dreweatts / Bloomsbury Auctions 16-17 Pall Mall St James’s London SW1Y 5LU

HAMBRIDGE LANE Dreweatts 1 Hambridge Lane Newbury Berkshire RG14 5TU

For individuals, official photo identification (a government issued ID document such as passport or driver’s licence) and a proof of address (utility bill, bank statement or driver’s licence). For legal entities, a certificate of incorporation (or equivalent), a register of shareholders/directors and ID documentation from the directors and beneficial owners of the business. We reserve the right to withhold the purchased lots until such checks have been completed.

DAY 1: AUCTION NO. 14437 | Lots 1-325 Decorative Arts and Modern Design, British and Continental Ceramics and Glass, to include a collection of Stirrup Cups, and other Sporting items DAY 2: AUCTION NO. 14438 | Lots 331-770 Furniture, Carpets, Clocks, Lighting and Works of Art, to include the selected contents of Elibank House, Taplow SPECIALISTS: Ashley Matthews MRICS (Furniture, Clocks, & Decorative Arts) Ben Brown MRICS (Furniture & Carpets) Francesca Whitham (Pictures) Geoffrey Stafford Charles MRICS (Ceramics, Glass & Country Sporting) Mark Newstead (Asian Ceramics & Works of Art) Will Turkington (Furniture) VIEWING: Easter Monday 18 April: Tuesday 19 April: Wednesday 20 April: Thursday 21 April:

10am – 4pm 10am – 5pm 8.30am – end of sale No viewing

CONDITIONS OF SALE: This auction is subject to our Auction Terms and Conditions (see back of catalogue or our website for further details). AUCTION: Dreweatts Donnington Priory Newbury Berkshire RG14 2JE ENQUIRIES: +44 (0) 1635 553 553 [email protected] dreweatts.com Front cover: Lot 77 Back cover: Lot 159

ENQUIRIES For more information, please contact +44 (0) 1635 553 553 [email protected] dreweatts.com 1

Day 1 | lots 1-325

Wednesday 20 April 2022 Decorative Arts and Modern Design, British and Continental Ceramics and Glass, to include a collection of Stirrup Cups, and other Sporting items 1

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1 TEN WORCESTER (FLIGHT BARR & BARR) GREEN GROUND TOPOGRAPHICAL PLATES CIRCA 1820 Each with printed and impressed marks, and titled verso 22.5cm diameter £150-200

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A SELECTION OF ENGLISH ARMORIAL PORCELAIN VARIOUS DATES 19TH CENTURY Including Chamberlain’s Worcester examples

A ‘JEWELLED’ COALPORT SQUARE SECTION TAPERED URN AND COVER CIRCA 1900 Decorated with marbled panels reserved on an ivory ground within an elaborate gilt scroll rocaille borders, Green printed mark 15cm high

Provenance: Purchased Derek Cornwall Antiques, Bristol in 1983 £200-300

£600-800

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6 A MINTON PARIAN MODEL OF ODINE AFTER J.B. KLAGMANN DATE CODE FOR 1863 Impressed marks 42cm high £400-600

7 A COPELAND PARIAN AND GILT MODEL OF THE THREE GRACES Modelled standing on a trefoil base with stiff-leaf banded border Impressed COPELAND 51cm high

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£300-500

A SELECTION OF DERBY PORCELAIN VARIOUS DATES 19TH CENTURY Comprising: a lozenge-shaped serving dish painted with a central bouquet of flowers (John Keys) within a band of alternate shaped panels of landscapes (William Corden) and flowers (John Keys), iron-red batons mark, circa 1815, 29cm in length; a seated model of a pug, partially coloured, first quarter 19th century, 7cm high and three other figures and groups and a pair of sheep See John Twitchett, Derby Porcelain, (1980), p. 256, pl. 351 for a plate from the same service as the lozenge dish; and D.G. Rice, English Porcelain Animals of the 19th century, (1989), p. 58, fig. 31 for a model of the pug.

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£400-600

AN ENGLISH PARIAN FIGURE OF A CLASSICAL MAIDEN THIRD QUARTER 19TH CENTURY 43cm high Together with three later items of Continental biscuit porcelain, to include a small bust of a woman on socle base, 11cm high and a figure of a child with a cat, 27cm high (4) £100-150

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A GRAINGER’S WORCESTER RETICULATED POT POURRI URN CIRCA 1880 Of round, compressed form on three paw feet, enriched with gilding, printed shield mark 23cm diameter £150-250 8 4

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9 A COPELAND SPODE BONE CHINA IMARI COFFEE SERVICE ON A LAZY SUSAN CIRCA 1900 Comprising coffee pot and cover, cream jug, sugar bowl, and four cups and saucers Printed and impressed marks £150-200

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A PAIR OF SPODE COPELAND’S CHINA BLUE GROUND AND GILT DECORATED URNS AND COVERS FIRST QUARTER 20TH CENTURY Of baluster form, decorated with exotic birds within flowering prunus 29cm high

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£200-300

A SELECTION OF WEDGWOOD AND STAFFORDSHIRE DIP JASPERWARES VARIOUS DATES MOSTLY 20TH CENTURY

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£50-100

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13 A WEDGWOOD BLUE DIP JASPER 19TH CENTURY Impressed marks 26cm high See Bonhams lot 179 sale 18910 (24 August 2011)

11 A PAIR OF MODERN RYE POTTERY TITLED MODELS OF A COW AND BULL sponged in shades of brown, 17.5cm & 19.5cm in length 11

£300-500

£30-50 13

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14 AN EDME SANSOM PORCELAIN GILT METAL MOUNTED MODEL OF A PUTTO, IN THE MEISSEN STYLE LATE 19TH CENTURY Modelled blindfolded Blue cross mark verso 16cm high £150-250

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17 A SELECTION OF MEISSEN PORCELAIN VARIOUS DATES LATE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURIES Comprising: a pair of blue-ground trumpet vases, blue crossed swords marks, 13.5cm high; and a figure of a huntsman with horn, un-marked, 14.5cm high And an Italian porcelain coffee cup, probably Doccia, circa 1775, un-marked, 7cm high

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15 A PAIR OF DRESDEN PORCELAIN BLUE GROUND AND GILT CYLINDRICAL VASES CIRCA 1900 Each painted with a panel of flowers 45cm high

£300-500

£100-150

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A DRESDEN PORCELAIN PART DESERT SERVICE CIRCA 1900 Decorated with flowers Comprising; a shaped oval two handled serving dish, 26.5cm long, a pair of shaped square dishes, 21cm wide, and eleven desert plates

18 A MEISSEN (MARCOLINI) OVAL TUREEN AND COVER CIRCA 1800 Painted with deutsche Blumen, the cover with a putto and cornucopia finial Blue crossed swords and star mark, 21cm long

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£400-600

£200-300

19 A PAIR OF MEISSEN FLOWER-ENCRUSTED SLENDER BOTTLE VASES AND A COVER LATE 19TH CENTURY Blue crossed swords and impressed marks 30cm high £300-400

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20 A FRANKENTHAL PORCELAIN OZIER MOULDED SHAPED RECTANGULAR DEEP DISH CIRCA 1756-59 Painted with deutsche Blumen, blue lion mark of the Palatinate 9.5cm high, 22cm long, 18.5cm wide Provenance: Thynne Family and thence by decent. 20 £200-300

21 A COMPOSITE MEISSEN (INCLUDING OUTSIDE DECORATED PIECES) AND ERNST TEICHERT ‘ONION’ PATTERN PART COFFEE SERVICE VARIOUS DATES MOSTLY 20TH CENTURY Comprising: a coffee pot and cover, 25cm high; a milk jug; a cream jug; a sugar box and cover; a round serving plate, 33cm diameter; a comport, 30cm diameter; twelve small sandwich plates, 16cm diameter and thirteen teacups and saucers, blue crossed swords marks, cancelled blue crossed swords marks and Teichert ‘MEISSEN’ marks

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£200-300

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22 A MODERN SITZENDORF GROUP OF A PAIR OF BUDGIEREGARS OR SHELL PARAKEETS, AND A SIMILAR MODEL OF A SCARLET MACAW Each naturalistically modelled on a tree stump Blue printed factory marks The budgies 24cm high, the macaw 18.5cm high 22

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£300-400

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A PAIR OF DUTCH DELFT BLUE AND WHITE BALUSTER VASES AND COVERS LATE 19TH CENTURY Each decorated with all over ground of flowers beneath a lappet band to the shoulder With Claw mark for Porceleyne De Klaauw 62cm high

AN ITALIAN SLIP MOULDED PORCELAIN BUST OF A GIRL AFTER PROFESSOR GIUSEPPE BESSI (1857-1922) 20TH CENTURY Inscribed verso Prof. G. Bessi, applied to an alabaster socle base, the base with paper label STONELITE By Prof. BESSI Made in Italy and on an associated biscuit porcelain plinth, the bust and socle 46cm high, the plinth 15.5cm high

£600-800

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£400-600

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25 A PAIR OF FRENCH POTTERY SEVRESSTYLE GILT-METAL-MOUNTED TWOHANDLED VASES CIRCA 1900 blue Sevres style marks, 36.5cm high

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A MODERN FLORA DANICA PIERCED OVAL TWO-HANDLED BASKET The interior decorated with an interior sprig of Scotch Broom Spartium scoparium (titled to underside) Printed and script marks 25.5cm wide

£200-300 £600-800

26 A SEVRES STYLE PORCELAIN PLAQUE THIRD QUARTER 19TH CENTURY Blue ground and gilt decorated with central reserve of cherubs, incised 66 verso, in an ebonised and gilt frame 36cm square overall

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£200-300

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A SELECTION OF MODERN ROYAL COPENHAGEN FLORA DANICA Comprising; a set of six plates, with pierced borders 23cm diameter, a leaf shaped serving dish 18cm long, and a shallow bowl, 23cm diameter Printed and script marks, each titled verson 26

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29 A HEREND PORCELAIN ‘ROTHSCHILD BIRDS’ PATTERN PART TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE 20TH CENTURY Comprising: a bullet-shaped teapot and cover; a coffee pot and cover; a milk jug; a cream jug; a sugar bowl; eleven tea plates; six coffee cups and twelve saucers and ten teacups and nine saucers, blue printed and impressed marks £1,000-1,500

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AN OLIVE-GREEN TINT ‘ONION’ WINE BOTTLE EARLY 18TH CENTURY With ‘string’ rim 19cm high

A GROUP OF VARIOUS CUT AND PRESS MOULDED GLASS VARIOUS DATES LATE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURY Including four press moulded urns, covers, and stands

£80-120 £200-300

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A COMPOSITE STEMMED WINE GLASS MID 18TH CENTURY Of drawn trumpet form, supported on an inverted baluster lower section with bead inclusion, conical foot 17.5cm high Together with A clear glass and gilt facet-stemmed wine glass, circa 1800, the round funnel bowl decorated with swag bands, 13cm high (2)

A SELECTION OF ENGLISH COLOURED GLASS VARIOUS DATES 19TH CENTURY comprising: ap air of green glass and gilt decanters and stoppers with faux bottle labels for RUM and BRANDY, 23cm high; a blue glass and gilt plate, perhaps Isaac Jacobs, Bristol, 17.5cm diameter and an opaque-white lamp work model of a hound with a basket, 10cm in length

£250-350

£100-200

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34 A VICTORIAN CUT GLASS AND ENGRAVED PART TABLE SERVICE LATE 19TH CENTURY Decorated with leaf shaped panels of hob-nails, and with monogram NB, comprising; ten water glasses, nine champagne glasses, eight red wine goblets, ten white wine goblets, six whiskey tumblers, nine finger bowls, a claret jug and a decanter, and four water jugs £300-500

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37 AN ENGLISH BONE CHINA FOX MASK STIRRUP CUP CIRCA 1830 Probably Staffordshire or Derby (Robt. Bloor), painted in shades of iron-red and with gilt collar inscribed TALLY-HO. 10.5cm in length £200-300 35 37

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A CZECH CLEAR AND ENGRAVED GLASS TOPOGRAPHICAL CHARGER WITH PROMINENT PRAGUE LANDMARKS MID 20TH CENTURY The centre with a view of Prague castle, within a border of other Prague prominent civic and ecclesiastical buildings including Prague Bridge, 35cm diameter, in green leather case impressed HERMES PARIS and with the Royal Arms of Cambodia Together with a modern Czech clear and engraved glass vase Decorated with similar subjects 32cm high

A VENETIAN RUBY GLASS, ENAMELLED AND GILT PEDESTAL BOWL THIRD QUARTER 20TH CENTURY Decorated with classical ornament 18cm high, 25.5cm diameter Together with five smaller bowls en-suite, each 10cm high, 12.5cm diameter

38 A STAFFORDSHIRE BONE CHINA FOX MASK STIRRUP CUP CIRCA 1840 12cm in length £200-300 38

£300-500 Provenance: By repute these were presented to Iskander Ali Mirza, the first President of Pakistan in circa 1956-1957 and thence by family descent. £300-500

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39 THREE STAFFORDSHIRE FOX MASK STIRRUP CUPS VARIOUS DATES 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURIES Including two iron-red porcelain examples and a black spot pottery example, 12.5cm in length and smaller 36 £300-500 18

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43 A STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE FOX-MASK SWAN-HANDLED SAUCE BOAT OF PRATT TYPE FIRST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY 13.5cm in length £200-300 40

40 TWO ENGLISH PORCELAIN FOX MASK STIRRUP CUPS VARIOUS DATES SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY 12.5cm & 10.5cm in length £300-400

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41 A STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE FOX-MASK SWAN-HANDLED SAUCE BOAT OF PRATT TYPE FIRST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY 18cm in length

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£300-400

42 A STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE FOX-MASK SWAN-HANDLED SAUCE BOAT OF PRATT TYPE FIRST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY 18.5cm in length

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44 TWO SIMILAR STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE FOX-MASK SWAN-HANDLED SAUCE BOATS AND SWAN STANDS OF PRATT TYPE FIRST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY The boats 17cm & 18cm in length, the stands 17.5cm & 19cm in length

£300-400

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A STAFFORDSHIRE CREAMWARE FOX MASK STIRRUP CUP CIRCA 1800 Painted in shades of iron-red and black 12.5cm in length

A STAFFORDSHIRE BROWN-GLAZED CREAMWARE FOX MASK STIRRUP CUP CIRCA 1820 14cm in length £200-300

Cf. A very similar example sold in these rooms, 21st August 2019, lot 109, £420 hammer. £300-500

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A STAFFORDSHIRE CREAMWARE SIMULATED AGATE FOXMASK STIRRUP CUP LATE 18TH CENTURY 11.5cm in length

A STAFFORDSHIRE CREAMWARE PALE-BROWN GLAZED FOX MASK STIRRUP CUP CIRCA 1820 The collar moulded with flowerheads 12.5cm in length

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A STAFFORDSHIRE CREAMWARE PRATT-TYPE FOX MASK STIRRUP CUP CIRCA 1820 14cm in length

A STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY PALE-BROWN GLAZED STIRRUP CUP WITH PALE-BLUE GLAZED INTERIOR CIRCA 1830 12cm in length

£300-500

£300-500

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51 A STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE FOX MASK STIRRUP CUP, UNDECORATED SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY 13.5cm in length £100-200

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A STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE FOX MASK STIRRUP CUP OF PRATT FAMILY TYPE CIRCA 1830 11cm in length

TWO VARIOUS STAFFORDDSHIRE CREAMWARE FOX MASK STIRRUP CUPS CIRCA 1800 One undecorated, 13cm in length; the other decorated with brown Pratt-type splashes, 13cm in length

TWO ENGLISH TREACLE-GLAZED FOX MASK STIRRUP CUPS MID 19TH CENTURY 11cm & 12.5cm in length And a more modern green-glazed pottery example 13.5cm in length

£300-500

£300-500

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£200-300

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53 A STAFFORDSHIRE CREAMWARE FOX MASK STIRRUP CUP CIRCA 1800 13cm in length 53

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£250-350

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56 FOUR CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN FOX MASK STIRRUP CUPS VARIOUS DATES LATE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURIES 12cm in length and smaller

58 A SET OF THREE BRONZE AND OAK MOUNTED GAME TROPHIES Variously fowl, rabbit, and piscine subjects Each 47 x 30cm

£200-300

£300-400

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A DERBY (KING STREET FACTORY) PORCELAIN FOX MASK STIRRUP WITH GILT INSCRIPTION TALLY HO! CIRCA 1920 Puce Sampson Hancock mark with retailer’s name for T. Goode & Co. London

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£200-300

A LIMED OAK BOOT JACK FIRST QUARTER 20TH CENTURY Of traditional folding form 84cm high

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AN ELEY AMMUNITION ADVERTISING WALL MIRROR 20TH CENTURY The plate decorated with various cartridges, in a stained wood frame 74cm high, 57cm wide £350-450

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62 A A COLLECTION OF SILVER MOUNTED SPORTING ITEMS To include: a silver rectangular cigarette box by S. J. Rose Ltd., London 1959, mounted with a slice of banded agate and quartz crystal, opening to a cedar liner, 10.5cm (4 1/4in) long; a silver bottle stopper by A. J. Poole, Birmingham 2000, with a horse finial, mounted on an onyx cube, 11cm (4 1/4in) high; a silver coloured horse head bottle stopper, unmarked, mounted on an onyx cube, 9cm (3 1/2in) high; and a white metal bowl, with wild boar tusk, suspending a polo ball, 19cm (7 1/2in) long

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61 A PAINTED COMPOSITION WALL MOUNTED MODEL OF AN ATLANTIC SALMON DATED 1942 Presented as a fishing trophy, with ivorine plaque GLENDEVINE 1942, 44 1/2 Lbs. G. C. T. The oak board 35cm high, 138cm long

62 λ SALLY ARNUP FRBS, ARCA (1930-2015) FOXHOUND LEAPING FENCE Patinated bronze, the hound modelled momentarily resting his hind legs on the three bar fence before landing on the turf, numbered III/X and inscribed ARNUP to the base 32cm high, 22cm wide, 25cm deep

£150-250

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£400-600 £800-1,200

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TAXIDERMY: A GROUP OF CASED BRITISH WILDLIFE All naturalistically modelled, comprising; an ermine (stoat in wintercoat), by A. J. Armitstead, 35.5cm high, 28cm wide, 13.5cm protuberance A Sparrow hawk, 44cm high, 30.5 wide, 20.5 protuberance A Jay, 45.5cm high, 38cm wide, 23cm protuberance Fox, by W. H. Rowe, Penzance, 44cm high, 56cm wide, 21cm And two further uncased foxes, on two naturalistic wooden bases, approximately 67cm long and approximately 115cm long respectively Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house £300-500

64 A REGENCY MAHOGANY BOOT AND WHIP STAND CIRCA 1820 Of traditional form to take five pairs of boots and ten whips 105cm high, 69cm wide

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65 A FRENCH SPELTER MODEL OF AN ENGLISH SETTER (LAVERACK), AFTER OLIVIER DE FILLOT 20TH CENTURY Inscribed to the base and with initials AJ, and with an applied presentation plaque 27cm high, 54cm wide, 17cm deep £400-600

66 AN ANTELOPE HORN LAMP BASE, IN THE MANNER OF REDMILE PROBABLY IMPALA OR GAZELLE 51cm high (excluding fitment) £300-500

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67 A REVERSE PAINTED MIRROR FRAGMENT LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY Decorated with birds around a flowering branch Later gilt framed 54 x 65cm overall £150-250

70 Υ AN AESTHETIC MOVEMENT CARVED ROSEWOOD SIDE CABINET CIRCA 1890 The carved panels in Anglo-Indian taste with central peacock amongst foliate scrolls 188cm high, 122cm wide, 36cm deep £300-500

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AN AESTHETIC MOVEMENT EBONISED MANTEL CLOCK LATE 19TH CENTURY In the manner of Lewis Foreman Day, the eight-day gong striking movement with outside countwheel, the back plate serial numbered 2450, the five inch enamelled dial with Arabic numerals within circular cartouches, the case of architectural form with inset enamel panels and TEMPUS to the frieze, 53cm high overall

A VICTORIAN AESTHETIC MOVEMENT EBONISED, PARCEL GILT AND AMBOYNA LIBRARY TABLE IN THE MANNER OF COLLINSON & LOCK, LATE 19TH CENTURY With tooled leather inset top 74cm high, 152.5cm wide, 91.5cm deep

AN AESTHETIC MOVEMENT SATINWOOD, EBONISED, INLAID AND GILTMETAL MOUNTED CENTRE TABLE LATE 19TH CENTURY With Jasperware type plaques to the long sides, one drawer stamped ‘EDWARDS & ROBERTS’ 68cm high, 125cm wide, 67cm deep 68

£1,200-1,800

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£300-400

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74 A PAIR OF MINTON BONE CHINA BLEU CELESTE GROUND PILGRIM FLASKS CIRCA 1875 ATTRIBUTED TO DESIREE LEROY Decorated with white enamel with birds, insects, and flora Puce MINTONS mark and retailed by T. GOODE & Co, one impressed C 181 to foot 27cm high Together with Continental opaque-turquoise glass and enamelled vase, third quarter 19th century, 32.5cm high

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£400-600

75 A PAIR OF MINTON BONE CHINA BLEU CELESTE GROUND PLATES THIRD QUARTER 19TH CENTURY One painted with a thrush perched on a tree bough eyeing a mayfly, the other with a young chick resting on a tree bough, impressed marks and one with a date code circa 1872 24cm diameter Together with a Mintons white enamelled bleu celeste ground potpourri vase and cover, painted with a bird perched on a bough, in white on a turquoise ground, retailed by TIFFANY & CO, New York, 17.5cm high

72 A PAIR OF MINTON AESTHETIC MOVEMENT PORCELAIN AMPHORA ON STANDS THIRD QUARTER 19TH CENTURY Painted with insects, lilac, and grasses 20cm high £200-300

73 A LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT AND BRASS MOUNTED HALL STAND CIRCA 1900 In the manner of Shoolbred & Co, with hanging hooks above a drawer and flanking apertures for sticks, and mounted with Minton’s lily-of-the-valley tiles 220cm high, 102cm wide, 36cm deep

£150-250

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76 A MINTON BLEU CELESTE GROUND EWER CIRCA 1875 MANNER OF DESIRE LEROY Decorated with white enamel with birds, insects, and flora Puce MINTONS mark and retailed by Messrs CALDWELL Co, PHILADELPHIA 23cm high

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£400-600

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AND A MINTONS BONE CHINA YELLOW GROUND EWER The yellow ground decorated with red chrysanthemums, and with blue and gilt twist handle Puce MINTONS mark 23cm high Shape no. 596, See Joan Jones, Minton The First Two Hundred Years (1993), page 346 where this shape is listed as ‘Jug, Verulam, one handled.’ £300-400 35

77 CHRISTOPHER DRESSER FOR MINTON A PAIR OF AESTHETIC MOVEMENT BLEU CELESTE BOTTLE VASES CIRCA 1870 Of globe and shaft form on integrated Chinese hardwood style stands, each enameled and gilded in the cloisonne style with three Red Admiral butterflies below a band of stylised longhorn beetles in red and green, all on turquoise ground, impressed marks and numbered 1379 21.5cm high

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See Kinghams Auctioneers, lot 2, 11th June 2021, Anthony J. Cross Collection, where these vases sold for £1500 hammer. Cf. Widar Halen, Christopher Dresser, 1990, p. 104 for an almost identical vase £1,200-1,800

78 CHRISTOPHER DRESSER FOR MINTON AN AESTHETIC MOVEMENT BLEU CELESTE GROUND ‘BUTTERFLY’ PIN TRAY DATE CODE FOR 1870 With central enameled Cloisonné type butterfly, within a lobed border of X and jeweled dots, on three ball and claw feet, highlighted in gilt, impressed marks, 12cm diameter See Kingham’s Auctioneers, lot 2, Richard Dennis Promoting British Ceramics 1971-21, 17th April 2021 where this tray sold for £120 hammer.

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Cf. Widar Halen, Christopher Dresser, 1990, p. 124, fig 131 for similar butterfly decoration (2)

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CHRISTOPHER DRESSER FOR MINTON AN AESTHETIC MOVEMENT BLEU CELESTE GROUND ‘OWL’ VASE CIRCA 1868 Of conical baluster form, relief moulded with two owl mask handles, the base with the bird’s talons, painted in enamels with flowering and fruiting lychees, highlighted in gilt, un-marked 19.5cm high See Kingham’s Auctioneers, lot 3, Richard Dennis Promoting British Ceramics 1971-21, 17th April 2021 where this vase sold for £3800 hammer. Cf. The Met., New York, assession no. 2018.62.14 for a similar Dresser vase of this shape. £3,000-5,000

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80 CHRISTOPHER DRESSER FOR MINTON AN AESTHETIC MOVEMENT BLEU CELESTE GROUND BUD VASE CIRCA 1870 Of ovoid bottle form on integrated Chinese hardwood style stand, painted with floral specimens below a gilt band with raised jeweled cabochons and geometric floral motifs, indistinct factory marks 22cm high

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See Kingham’s Auctioneers, lot 4, Richard Dennis Promoting British Ceramics 1971-21, 17th April 2021 where this tray sold for £480 hammer.

A MINTON AESTHETIC MOVEMENT MOON-FLASK DATE CODE FOR 1875 Of rounded discoidal form, enameled in relief with wild flowers on a blue ground, the gilt ruyi scepter shaped handles with black detailing Puce MINTONS mark and faint impressed marks 20.5cm high

Though un-marked with a shape number, this is no. 1382, See Joan Jones, Minton The First Two Hundred Years (1993), page 352 where this shape is listed as ‘Vase, Flower, on stand.’

For other examples of this vase shape, see Joan Jones, Minton, Shire Publication, 1995, pp.100/101. For a similar pair, see Bonhams, London, 20 September 2017, lot 97.

Cf. Widar Halen, Christopher Dresser, 1990, p. 104 for an almost identical vase

See Kingham & Orme, lot 721, 24th July 2020, where this lot sold for £700 hammer.

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83 CHRISTOPHER DRESSER FOR MINTON A PAIR OF AESTHETIC MOVEMENT SLENDER FLOWER VASES CIRCA 1870 Of ovoid bottle form on integrated Chinese hardwood style stand, painted with floral specimens below a gilt band with raised jeweled cabochons and geometric floral motifs indistinctly marked and one impressed 1382 22cm high

81 MINTON, PROBABLY CHRISTOPHER DRESSER A PAIR OF AESTHETIC MOVEMENT BLEU CELESTE GROUND SLENDER VASES CIRCA 1870 Of ovoid bottle form on integrated Chinese hardwood style stand, painted with floral specimens below a gilt band with raised jeweled cabochons and geometric floral motifs, un-marked 22cm high Though un-marked these are shape no. 1382, See Joan Jones, Minton The First Two Hundred Years (1993), page 352 where this shape is listed as ‘Vase, Flower, on stand.’ Cf. Widar Halen, Christopher Dresser, 1990, p. 104 for an almost identical vase

Shape no. 1382, See Joan Jones, Minton The First Two Hundred Years (1993), page 352 where this shape is listed as ‘Vase, Flower, on stand.’ 83

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Cf. Widar Halen, Christopher Dresser, 1990, p. 104 for an almost identical vase

£600-900 £600-600

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A PAIR OF MINTONS AESTHETIC MOVEMENT OVOID BLEU CELESTE VASES, POSSIBLY CHRISTOPHER DRESSER CIRCA 1871 Of bulbous form on integrated Chinese hardwood style stands, each decorated with primroses, white violets and butterflies, gold printed and impressed marks to base, 19cm high

A MINTON BLEU CELESTE THISTLE-SHAPED VASE POSSIBLY DECORATED BY WILLIAM MUSSILL DATE CODE FOR 1873 decorated with a band of butterflies and swags of pink flowers, impressed marks 11cm high Cf. Michael Whiteway, Christopher Dresser 1834-1904, 2001, p. 62 for two comparable shaped vases £120-180

£250-350

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85 A PAIR OF MINTON AESTHETIC MOVEMENT BLEU CELESTE GROUND CYLINDRICAL VASES DATED 1871, THE DESIGN ATTRIBUTED TO CHRISTOPHER DRESSER Of flared cylindrical form on integrated Chinese hardwood style stands, each decorated with garden flowers on on turquoise ground, impressed marks, shape no. 1103, date cypher for 1871 16.5cm high 88

Shape no. 1103, See Joan Jones, Minton The First Two Hundred Years (1993), page 350 where this shape is listed as ‘Vase, beaker shaped on feet.’ 85

£300-500

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86 AN AESTHETIC MOVEMENT PORCELAIN SHALLOW BOWL CIRCA 1880, PROBABLY MINTON, POSSIBLE CHRISTOPHER DRESSER DESIGN Decorated with a central butterfly to the dish, the exterior with a garland of flowers, on an integral lion paw base 14.5cm diameter

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TWO SIMILAR MINTON AESTHETIC MOVEMENT BLEU CELESTE SQUAT BOTTLE VASES DATE CODE FOR 1873, ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM MUSSILL One decorated with holly and mistletoe, the other wild strawberries Holly and mistletoe with various impressed marks including shape number 1310 11cm and 10.5cm high respectively Shape no. 1310, See Joan Jones, Minton The First Two Hundred Years (1993), page 352 where this shape is listed as ‘Bottle Attributed to Christopher Dresser.’

Cf. Widar Halen, Christopher Dresser, 1990, p. 124, fig 131 for similar butterfly decoration (7)

Cf. Michael Whiteway, Christopher Dresser 1834-1904, 2001, p. 53 for a comparable shaped vase and Widar Halen, Christopher Dresser, 1990, p. 124 for the shape design

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89 A MINTON AESTHETIC MOVEMENT MINIATURE BOTTLE VASE, POSSIBLY CHRISTOPHER DRESSER THIRD QUARTER 19TH CENTURY Of small proportion and compressed form, decorated with a band of wild strawberries, the cylindrical neck with tooled gilt Greek key collar with four applied bosses, impressed marks, shape no. 1505 10cm high Shape no. 1505, See Joan Jones, Minton The First Two Hundred Years (1993), page 353 where this shape is listed as ‘Vase, Flower with knobs.’

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£200-300

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A PAIR OF BONE CHINA AESTHETIC MOVEMENT BLEU CELESTE MOON-FLASKS, ALMOST CERTAINLY MINTONS CIRCA 1870 Each rounded discoidal, bleu-céleste ground, both with one side painted with a differing peacock in a blossoming cherry, the other side with differing cranes surrounded by lilies and lotus blossom, the gilt ruyi scepter shaped handles and rims with black detailing, un-marked, 26.5cm high

TWO PAIRS OF DOULTON LAMBETH ‘SLATER’S PATENT’ VASES EARLY 20TH CENTURY Each with impressed decoration all over and decorated with flowers on a blue ground Impressed marks 33.5cm & 35.5cm high respectively (4)

For other examples of this vase shape, see Joan Jones, Minton, Shire Publication, 1995, pp.100/101. For a similar pair, see Bonhams, London, 20 September 2017, lot 97

90 A MINTONS JAPONISME VASE DATED 1873 Of square section baluster form, decorated with gilt bamboo, iris, and insects Impressed marks including date cypher for 1873 and shape number 1717 27cm high

£200-300

£300-500

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£200-300

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94 A MARTIN BROTHERS (MARTINWARE) ‘FACE-JUG’ DATED OCTOBER 1896 Almost certainly modelled by Robert Wallace Martin (1843-1923), the stoneware and glazed grotesque jug, of two-sided form, one side with a closed-mouth grimace, the other with a toothy-grimace Incised marks to base 10 1896 Martin Bros, London & Southall 20cm high Literature: Various versions of face-jugs are illustrated and described in Malcolm Haslam; The Martin Brothers Potters, Richard Dennis Publications, pages 94, and 131 £4,500-5,500 94 (front)

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A GROUP OF THREE MARTIN BROTHER MINIATURE STONEWARE POTS EARLY 20TH CENTURY Comprising; a bottle vase with spotted decoration, 10.5cm high, a mottled green vase 6cm high, and a gourd-shaped vase, 4.5cm high Various marks, two dated 1907, one indistinctly inscribed £500-700 94 (reverse) 44

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95 B. HANIROFF FOR GOLDSCHEIDER, ‘THE WATER CARRIER’ LATE 19TH CENTURY A polychrome decorated terracotta model of a maiden carrying an amphora Impressed marks verso 88cm high cf. Bonhams 20202 -lot 22 £600-800

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A SUNFLOWER POTTERY VASE BY SIR EDMUND ELTON CIRCA 1905-1910 Of tapering cylindrical form with waisted centre and three handles, covered in a crackled golden lustre glaze over olive green, painted Elton mark to base, 23cm high Together with another vase, probably by Elton, with silvered crackle ware glaze over a green ground, 14.5cm high (2) Sir Edmund Harry Elton, 8th Baronet (1846 -1920) was an English inventor and studio potter noted for his production of Elton Ware at the Clevedon Elton Sunflower Pottery. £300-400

97 A WEMYSS (ROBERT HERON & SONS) POTTERY EWER AND BASIN PAINTED WITH DAFFODILS LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY Impressed mark The ewer 24cm high, the basin 39cm diameter £200-300

98 A SCULPTED ALABASTER FIGURE OF LAURA LATE 19TH CENTURY Portrayed descending steps, her head tilted down and holding a book in her right hand to her hip, her collar Inscribed LAURA twice, the rear of the stepped base bearing signature for P. Bazzanti, Florence 64cm high £200-300

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A SET OF EIGHT ART NOUVEAU MAHOGANY AND UPHOLSTERED DINING CHAIRS CIRCA 1910 To include a pair of armchairs, each back with pierced floral motifs

A PITAG CARPET IN ARTS & CRAFTS TASTE Approximately 380 x 271cm £600-800

£400-600

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99 A PAIR OF ARTS AND CRAFTS POLISHED STEEL FIRE DOGS LATE 19TH CENTURY Each with a stylised flower head to the shaft, scrolling decoration and bipedal feet 91cm high, 71cm protuberance £400-600

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AN ART NOUVEAU BRASS LOG BOX CIRCA 1900 Of rectangular form the front with embossed stylised floral motif and upside-down heart 42cm high, 47cm wide, 34cm deep £200-300

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GUGIELMO PUGI (1850-1915), A SCULPTED ALABASTER BUST OF A LADY LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY The lady portrayed cowled around her face and with wheat sheaves, on an oval base, signed PUGI to rear 36cm high

ALOIS MAYER (GERMAN 1855-1936) A SILVER PLATED COPPER SCULPTURE ‘SNAIL BOY’ The child portrayed standing holding a twig examining the snail climbing up, wearing a hat and apron, on a fossilised marble socle 28cm high £300-500

£800-1,200

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P BALESTRA, A GILT BRONZE AND MARBLE BUST OF A LADY LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY Portrayed with hat above protruding curls, and in square necked gown, on an angular base 33.5cm high

PAUL AICHELE (GERMAN 1859-1920) A PAIR OF BRONZE MAIDENS DATED 1891 Each modelled standing and scantily draped, on a dark marble socle, signed Aichele 91 to base 27cm high

£300-500 £500-700

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109 PAUL LUDWIG KOWALCZEWSKI (1865-1910), A BRONZE MODEL OF A MAIDEN CARRYING A JUG EARLY 20TH CENTURY The maiden portrayed standing carrying a full jug, dressed in blowse, waistcoat, and skirt and walking bare foot, on a naturalistic base and green marble plinth 38.5cm high overall £250-350

110 HENRY SCHUMACHER, A BRONZE, ALABASTER AND MARBLE BUST OF A YOUNG GIRL FIRST QUARTER 20TH CENTURY Portrayed cowled and with mouth slightly agape, on a rectangular plinth, signed HENRY and with Schumacher foundry mark verso and ‘button’ to underside 18.5cm high

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£400-600

107 CARL KAUBA, THE BETROVAL, A GILT BRONZE AND MARBLE GROUP CIRCA 1900 Modelled and cast as two classical lovers, admiring the ring on the woman’s hand, with roses at their feet, on a stepped base, incised to the side of the plith C. KAUBA Fecit, the bronze serial numbered to rear 23cm high, 24cm wide, 11cm deep £600-800

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AFTER FERDINANDO DE LUCA (ITALIAN, 20TH CENTURY), CHAMPAGNE GIRL A patinated bronze model of a seated flapper with her champagne coup, seated upon an Art Nouveau style stool Bearing F de Luca signature to her rear 78cm high overall

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£500-700

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111 CHARLES NOKE FOR ROYAL DOULTON, A FLAMBE SUNG VASE EARLY 20TH CENTURY Of bellied circular form, Signed and printed marks beneath 15cm high £250-350

A VICTORIAN TERRACOTTA URN AND PEDESTAL IN THE MANNER OF LIBERTY LATE 19TH CENTURY Swept square urn and pedestal with Arts and Crafts scrolling relief decoration 74.5cm high overall, urn 38cm wide, pedestal base 37cm wide £300-500

115 AN ARTS AND CRAFTS COBRA OR SNAKE JARDINIERE ATTRIBUTED TO COMPTON POTTERS ART GUILD EARLY 20TH CENTURY The ovoid planter with entwined serpents to the sides 41cm high, 55cm wide overall

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112 CHARLES NOKE FOR ROYAL DOULTON, A FLAMBE SUNG DISH EARLY 20TH CENTURY Signed and printed marks beneath 15.5cm diameter Together with a similar globular bottle vase, of flambe type, unmarked, 12.5cm high

The Compton Potters Art Guild was started by Mary Seton Watts (wife of the famous Victorian artist G.F. Watts) at Compton, Surrey. Much of her output was also made for and retailed at Liberty & Co of London, who also had their Archibald Knox Celtic style garden ornaments made at the site. £1,000-1,500

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£200-300

113 A MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE LATE 19TH CENTURY Of square section and with turned supports united by H-stretchers, with LIBERTY plaque to the underside of the top 76cm high, 68cm square £400-600 113 115 54

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A SUITE OF TEAK GARDEN FURNITURE OF RECENT MANUFACTURE, AFTER THE MANNER OF EDWIN LUTYENS comprising a bench, two armchairs and a low centre table Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house

117 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN TREACLE GLAZED STRAWBERRY PLANTERS LATE 19TH CENTURY of stylised tree-trunk form 75cm high, 61cm wide £1,000-1,500

118 A PAIR OF FRENCH EMAILLE ENAMEL URNS MID 19TH CENTURY Each tapering to a socle and spread foot, one signed Ch PARIS et CIE au BOUGET PRIZ PARIS (SEINE) 61cm high, 55cm diameter

£600-900

The highly renowned firm of Charles-Emile Paris specialised in the manufacture of crystal glass, enamelled and mosaic embellished products. The crystal making and enamelling firm was founded in 1827 or1829 at rue de Bercy by his father, Jean-Alexandre Paris, who was the jeweller goldsmith of the Palais Royal. In 1867 Charles-Emile Paris left the Parisian site due to the new law forbidding the emission of industrial smoke in the capital, and founded a new factory at Le Bourget (Seine) at the site of a Louis XV hunting lodge. The new plant was destroyed during the war of 1870 and ruined Charles-Emile Paris; he had to sell the land in order to rebuild the factory on the leased site. The business was successful and the number of employees grew steadily and subsequently a retail shop was opened at rue de Paradis in the 10th arrondissement of Paris in 1876. It was a dynamic and innovative firm, which ensured its success. Among the most notable and prestigious of its achievements was the supply of enamels (1847) for the tomb of Napoleon at the Invalides, decorative mosaic enamels at the Casino de Monte-Carlo (1879), and winning a number of highly prestigious awards at the Paris International Exhibitions in 1867, 1878 and 1889 in various categories. Charles-Emile Paris also specialised in making elegant enamelled cast iron urns and jardinières for the display of plants in conservatories. A near pair of polychrome planters were sold in these rooms 'The Spirit of the Country House, 4th November 2020, lot 304, £9500 £1,000-1,500 117 56

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119 SIX ITEMS OF POWELL & SONS (WHITEFRIARS) LTD. AND RELATED GLASS LATE 19TH AND EARLY 20TH CENTURIES Comprising: a pair of clear glass decanters and stoppers, 26cm high; a clear glass bowl with opaque-white horizontal band inclusions, 20cm diam.; a green glass bowl moulded with a spiral band, 31cm diam.; a green and amethyst glass vase, 27cm high; and a pale-amber shouldered vase with bubble inclusions, 16cm high; and a mottled pink clear cased glass vase, of tapered cylindrical form, 22.5cm high

121 A SELECTION OF MOSTLY LUSTRE POTTERY Comprising; a Pilkington's Lancastrian ginger jar, impressed marks, 10cm high, a Royal Doulton 'Titania' bowl, printed and impressed marks, 8.5cm diameter, three various MOORCROFT miniature dishes, approximately 5.5cm diameter £150-200

£450-550

120 STEUBEN FOR HAVILAND, AN AURENE IRIDESCENT ART GLASS TABLE SALT EARLY 20TH CENTURY In the manner of Favrile glass Painted AURENE mark to underside 3.5cm high, 7cm diameter

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£150-250

A ZSOLNAY PECS SMALL SHALLOW DISH Printed lustre mark 6.5cm diameter, Together with a miniature Ruskin dish, 6cm diameter, and a miniature pear-shaped vase, 4cm high

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123 LALIQUE, RENE LALIQUE, CAMPANULE AN OPALESCENT AND BLUE STAINED GLASS VASE DESIGNED 1926 Etched R LALIQUE PARIS to underside 14.5cm high Marcilhac 1096 £350-450

124 LALIQUE, RENE LALIQUE, JAFFA, A SET OF SIX ART DECO AMBER GLASS SORBET DISHES (TASSES A GLACE) CIRCA 1931 Each with arcaded decoration and projecting handle Etched R.LALIQUE mark to underside 12cm long overall (including handle) 123

£100-200

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125 LALIQUE, RENE LALIQUE, A SUITE OF ART DECO DRINKING GLASS WINGEN PATTERN (VERRE BLANC SOUFFLE-MOULE), SECOND QUARTER 20TH CENTURY First designed 1926 and not continued after 1947 Comprising; a decanter and stopper (carafe) 19.5cm high, nine water goblets (verre a eau), nine red wine glassed (verre a Bordeaux), nine fortified wine glasses (verre a madere), nine champagne cups (coupe a Champagne), and eight licquere glasses (verre a liqueurs) Assorted marks Marcilhac 5108-5113 See Marcilhac, Felix, R. Lalique, Ouvre de verre, 1989, p 836 for an illustration of what was available to order from the catalogue of 1928. £3,000-5,000

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126 LALIQUE, CRYSTAL LALIQUE, INGRID, A CLEAR AND FROSTED GLASS VASE DESIGNED CIRCA 1970 Engravedmarks to base 26.5cm high £300-500

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127 LALIQUE, CRYSTAL LALIQUE, IRIS, A CLEAR AND FROSTED GLASS TIMEPIECE MODERN With quartz movement, the dial marked and with sticker to rear, 17cm high, 20cm wide £300-400

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LALIQUE, CRYSTAL LALIQUE, A GROUP OF THREE SMALL ITEMS OF CLEAR AND FROSTED GLASSWARE Comprising two bells each with a bird finial, one seat and puffing its chest, the other with wings down stretched, approximately 14cm high, and a paperweight or ornament 'Pax dove in wreath', 9cm high, all with engraved marks

130 PIERRE D'AVESN, POISSONS, AN ART DECO GLASS VASE SECOND QUARTER 20TH CENTURY Of globular form, with repeating fish and stylised wave motifs Moulded mark 27.5cm high £500-800

£150-250

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129 LALIQUE, CRYSTAL LALIQUE, SAINT-CLOUD A CLEAR AND FROSTED GLASS COMPORT VASE MODERN The ovoid body with flanking acanthus leaves 11.5cm high Together with a Crystal Lalique Nogent clear and frosted glass pedestal bowl, the clear bowl above stem formed as four wrens, 8.5cm high, 14cm diameter, both with etched marks

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131 ATTRIBUTED TO PIERRE D'AVESN, AN ART DECO AMBER COLOURED GLASS VASE SECOND QUARTER 20TH CENTURY Of globular form, with repeating birds above waves motif 15cm high And a further French amber coloured press moulded glass dish, 21cm diameter

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A MOSER AMBER COLOURED (ANNAGELB) GLASS SPIRIT SET IN ART DECO TASTE MID 20TH CENTURY The wave form decanter with similar stopper, 26.5cm high And six spirit glasses en-suite, 12cm high Acid etched marks

A CZECH ART DECO AND CLEAR GLASS SPIRIT SET CIRCA 1935 Comprising a decanter and six small tumblers The decanter 21cm high £200-300

£300-500

DAVID REDMAN, A COCKTAIL SET IN ART DECO TASTE REDMAN JETT PATTERN Clear and black cased glass, some with silver plated rims Comprising a cocktail shaker, 33cm high, a champagne bucket, of flared form, 24cm high, 26cm diameter, a set of four martini glasses, 19cm high, four cocktail sticks and their holder Acid etched marks to underside of the shaker, bucket, and two martini glasses Together with a similar charger, unmarked, 50cm diameter £400-600

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135 A BLACK AND GOLD COCKTAIL CABINET IN ART DECO STYLE MODERN 166cm high, 79cm wide, 50cm deep £400-600 133

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136 CHRISTOPHLE, A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED COCKTAIL SHAKERS, AND A STAND IN ART DECO TASTE With removable cap and upper section to the cylindrical body, and on a tray stand 26cm high overall Together with a set of twelve spirit glasses en-suite, 5cm high, and a lemonade jug, 27.5cm high

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£150-250

139 EPSTEIN, A CLOUD SERIES WALNUT SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE Comprising a sofa, a pair of tub shaped armchairs and four side chairs, The sofa, approximately 86cm high, 146cm wide, 95cm deep Each armchair approximately 75cm high, 74cm wide, 80cm deep

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£500-800

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A STAINED WALNUT AND GREEN ONYX MOUNTED CENTRE TABLE IN ART DECO TASTE 20TH CENTURY 74cm high, 71cm diameter

A PAIR OF GILT METAL WALL LIGHTS, LOOSELY IN ART DECO TASTE 20TH CENTURY, IN THE MANNER OF GIO PONTI Each of square section 47cm square, approximately 32cm protuberance

£800-1,200

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£300-500

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140 A ROYAL DUX PORCELAIN FLOWER-TROUGH CIRCA 1930 Modelled as a rustic maiden with a prickett Pink raised triangle mark 33cm x 25cm

142 AN ART DECO METAL AND MARBLE MODEL OF A LADY AND HOUNDS CIRCA 1930 Possibly a stylised depiction of Diana the Huntress, the lady dressed in contemporaneous dress and with a pair of borzoi hounds 52cm high, 49cm wide, 12cm deep

£400-500

£200-400

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141 AN ART DECO SILVERED BRASS MODEL OF A BOULE OR PETANQUE PLAYER CIRCA 1930 Modelled in action, on a stained wood plinth base Indistinctly signed 54cm high £300-400

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143 AN ART DECO ALABASTER AND PATINATED METAL GROUP OR CENTREPIECE CIRCA 1925 Probably depicting a stylised Diana and her hounds, on a shaped plinth base, signed LIMOUSIN to one front edge 42cm high, 91cm wide, 26cm deep £300-500 141 68

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144 EDOARDO RUBINO (1874-1951), A BRONZE BUST OF A GIRL CIRCA 1930 The young girl portrayed looking forlorn wearing a bonnet above a hexagonal section spreading plinth Signed E Rubino to front edge and with Fonderia Artistica Sperati Emilio Torino foundry mark to side 42cm high overall

146 Y AN ART DECO BRONZE AND IVORY FIGURE OF A MAIDEN CIRCA 1925, UNSIGNED The maiden portrayed seated upon a centre stool, her dress falling around her décolletage whilst she adjusts her right shoe, on a rectangular black marble plinth base 21cm high overall £500-800

£300-500

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147 Y FERDINAND PREISS, TAMBOURINE PLAYER SITTING CIRCA 1930 Modelled, cast and carved as a stylish female on onyx base Unsigned 17cm high

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Cf. a similar signed examples sold at Christie's Interiors Style & Spirit, 8524, lot 452, 26 Mar 2013

145 AFTER GEORGES MORIN, A LACQUERED BRONZE FIGURE OF 'THE HOOP DANCER' CIRCA 1920 Portrayed draped and in movement with arms oustretched above a rectangular base, mounted on a marble plinth 35cm high

A. Shayo, Ferdinand Preiss, Art Deco Sculpture, The Fire and the Flame, Suffolk, 2005 (a similar model illustrated p. 78) £3,000-4,000

£400-600

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A SET OF SIX MODERN OAK CHARGER STANDS IN COTSWOLD SCHOOL MANNER Each with an adjustable rear rest 25cm high, 16.5cm wide, 23cm deep

WORKSHOP OF ROBERT 'MOUSEMAN' THOMPSON (KILBURN), A PAIR OF OAK 'MONK'S CHAIRS' Each with curved back and shaped arms, over three lattice panels, upholstered blue leather effect seat, and on four octagonal legs joined by a cross stretcher Each with carved mouse signature 80cm high

£60-100

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£800-1,200

A FINE ART DECO AGATE BOX WITH JEWELED AND WHITE METAL MOUNTS EARLY 20TH CENTURY £600-800

149 A PATINATED METAL OVOID VASE SECOND QUARTER 20TH CENTURY Decorated with abstract rectangular shapes 30cm high £300-400

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154 λ CHARLES VYSE (1882-1971) A SMALL FLORIFORM BOWL DECORATED WITH A CHUN BLUE GLAZE SIGNED MS VYSE 7.4cm diameter Provenance: Bonhams Knightsbridge, Contemporary Ceramics, 25th March 1999, lot 26. £250-350

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152 λ CHARLES VYSE (1882-1971); A MOTTLED BROWN GLAZED CONICAL BOWL SIGNED AND DATED CV 1928 20cm diameter

153 λ CHARLES VYSE (1882-1971); A MOTTLED BROWN GLAZE GROUND, THE WELL DECORATED WITH FLORAL SPRIGS SIGNED CV 1929 11.5cm diameter

Provenance: Bonhams Knightsbridge, Contemporary Ceramics, 25th March 1999, lot 25

154

Provenance: Bonhams Knightsbridge, Contemporary Ceramics, 25th March 1999, lot 26A.

£400-500

155 λ CHARLES VYSE (1882-1971) A CELADON GLAZED FLORIFORM BOWL SIGNED AND DATED VYSE 1934 18cm diameter

155

£300-500 Provenance, Bonhams ??? £300-400

156 λ KATHERINE PLAYDELL-BOUVERIE (1895- 1985) A GREEN GLAZED STONEWARE BOWL Impressed makers mark 10cm diameter Provenance: Bonhams Knightsbridge, Contemporary Ceramics, 25th March 1999 lot 35 £80-120

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157 λ ERNEST H. SHEPARD (BRITISH 1879-1976) ALMANACK FOR PUNCH, 1937 Watercolour, goauche and pencil 38 x 28cm (14¾ x 11 in.)

159 λ

Exhibited: London, The Fine Arts Society, E.H. Shepard, December 2006, no. 403

A POOLE POTTERY BLUE GLAZED WALL PLAQUE 'AWARD FOR MERIT' FEATURING THE LOGO OF THE FESTIVAL DESIGNED BY ABRAM GAMES DATED 1951 The circular plaque with raised white glazed text and decorated with the emblem of the festival, reserved on a pale-blue ground 39cm diameter

£300-500

Please see our website for the full footnote £1,000-2,000 159

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158 λ DAME LUCIE RIE (BRITISH, AUSTRIAN 1902-1995), AN EARTHENWARE BOWL CIRCA 1946 the interior with crackled creamy white glaze, the exterior unglazed, LR seal mark, 14.8cm diameter Provenance: Bonhams, Knightsbridge, Contemporary Ceramics, 25th March 1999, lot 114 158

160

161

AN ELIZABETH II LIMED OAK AND VELVET UPHOLSTERED CORONATION STOOL MID 20TH CENTURY With dished seat, one rail stamped ER CORONATION, and for the maker GLENISTER MAKER WYCOMBE 47cm high

AN ELIZABETH II LIMED OAK AND VELVET UPHOLSTERED CORONATION STOOL MID 20TH CENTURY With dished seat, one rail stamped ER CORONATION 47cm high

Provenance: Manufactured for the Coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth II, 2 June 1953, Westminster Abbey, London

£400-600

Provenance: Manufactured for the Coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth II, 2 June 1953, Westminster Abbey, London £200-300

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A MONART BOWL Shape AF, of mottled amber tint internally decorated with three green and white whorls flecked with aventurine 22.5cm diameter Together with a Vasart vase, of waisted cylindrical form, mottled pink and with adventurine inclusions, 20cm high

A SET OF SIX MODERNIST HALL CHAIRS Each with an angular back with pierced handle above the square seat and supports 82cm high

Provenance: The Monart bowl ex-lot 264 Parkington Collection, Christies, Part 2

£600-800

£500-700

165 A MAHOGANY AND GILT METAL COCKTAIL TROLLEY SECOND HALF 20TH CENTURY 76cm high, 80cm long, 48cm wide £200-300

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163 A SET OF FIVE BUTTONED LEATHER AND CLAD STOOLS 20TH CENTURY Each with dished seat 45cm high, 56cm wide, 36cm deep

165

£400-600

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168 A PAIR OF AMBER AND CASED GLASS TABLE LAMPS Of pear form 48cm high (excluding fitment)

166 A GROUP OF FOUR BELGIAN L'AN VERT ART GLASS VASES SECOND HALF 20TH CENTURY Of tall bottle form, three with clear signatures, comprising; a lime green and white cased glass vase, 97cm high, an amethyst vase, 104cm high, a green glass vase, 100cm high, and a clear glass example with crazed basal section, 116cm high

£250-350

£500-800

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167 A PAIR OF STAINED HARDWOOD BARSTOOLS TO THE DESIGN BY ERIK BUCH FOR MOBLER Each with leather upholstered seat above the simulated rosewood supports DOMUS DANICA labels to frames Each 87cm high £400-600

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169 ROLF MIDDELBOE & GORM LINDUM, FOR TRANEKAER MOBLER (TRANEKÆR MØBLER) A CHERRY AND PARQUETRY DESK LAST QUARTER 20TH CENTURY The parquetry top including wenge and other timber, above three frieze drawers, one leg with inset brass label and numbered 2677 195cm long, 96cm deep, 73cm high

167

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A PAIR OF HANGING LIGHTS IN ART DECO TASTE OF RECENT MANUFACTURE Each with an opaque shade hanging from a 'brushed steel' ceiling fitment 114cm high overall

A TULIP DINING TABLE ORIGINALLY DESIGNED BY EERO SAARINEN FOR KNOLL STUDIOS With marble top above the white laminated base, with label and impressed mark 77cm high, 244cm wide, 137cm deep

£500-700 170

£1,000-1,500

170 λ

171 λ

A GROUP OF FOUR ASSORTED WINSTANLEY MODELS OF TABBY CATS THIRD QUARTER 20TH CENTURY Comprising; model no. 7 (recumbent), 33cm wide, model no. 5 (crouching), 28cm wide, two no 2. (kittens) 17cm long Each modelled with glass eyes, each signed and numbered to underside

FOUR MODERN CHRISTINE CUMMINGS MODELS OF PIGS AND A SIAMESE CAT All with incised signatures and dates to underside The 'Sitting Sow', 49cm in length; 'Saddleback Sow', 31cm in length; 'Sitting Sow' (Saddleback), 23cm in length' 'Fat Sow', 21cm in length and the un-titled cat, 24cm high

172

£700-1,000 £150-250

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177 POH YEAP CHAP (1927-2007), A 'HARE'S FUR' GLAZED PORCELAIN BOWL Signature to biscuit base 16cm diameter 174 Provenance: From the Richard Curtis Collection, sold Bonhams Knightsbridge, Contemporary Ceramics, Lot 210, 25th March 1999. 177

£200-300

174 λ

175 λ

THREE ST. IVES POTTERY BOWLS, BY BERNARD LEACH (1887-1979) Variously glazed in shades of green glaze Impressed seal marks 24.5cm, 23.5cm, and 10cm diameter respectively

DAVID LEACH (1911-2005), A RED GLAZED STUDIO POTTERY FOOTED BOWL Of cut-sided form Impressed DL mark 13.5cm diameter

178 POH YEAP CHAP (1927-2007), A GREY GLAZED PORCELAIN BOWL Signature to biscuit base, 14cm diameter Provenance: Bonhams Knightsbridge, Contemporary Ceramics, Lot 212, 25th March 1999.

£150-250 178

£400-600

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£150-200

176 λ RICHARD BATTERHAM (1936-2021) A STUDIO POTTERY BOWL Internally glazed in greens 16cm high, 37cm diameter 179 £300-500

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179 λ GEOFFREY WHITING (1919-1988) AN AVONCROFT POTTERY TEAPOT With ash glaze Impressed seal marks 17cm high Together with another Avoncroft teapot, with bamboo handle, 21cm high overall (including handle)

176A λ RICHARD BATTERHAM (1936-2021) A STUDIO POTTERY BOWL Internally glazed in celadon green 33.5cm diameter £250-350

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182 λ TESSA FUCHS (1936-2012) A RED STONEWARE BOWL Decorated in shades of green and brown with a wooden landscape Raised TF monogram 44.5cm diameter £300-400

183 λ EMMANUEL COOPER (1938-2012) AN OATMEAL GLAZED STONEWARE BOWL Impressed potter's seal mark 33cm diameter

180

180

181 λ

ABDO NAGI (1941-2001) A STONEWARE PEDESTAL BOWL With mottled green glaze with bronzed rim, Impressed wave mark 26.5cm diameter

SUTTON TAYLOR (b. 1943), A LUSTRE GLAZED RED STONEWARE BOWL Of flared form and decorated with yellow ochre dots Raised ST mark 39cm diameter

£300-400

£800-1,200

£400-600

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184 λ JIM MALONE (b 1946), A GLAZED STONEWARE OVOID VASE With fluted sides Impressed seal marks 20cm high £150-250

181

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185 λ IVAR MACKAY (b.1950) A GROUP OF THREE MOTTLED CELADON GROUND AND COPPER RED GLAZE DECORATED BOWLS Various sizes and forms And a similar baluster vase Script signature marks 185

£200-300

188

188 λ

186 λ IVAR MACKAY (b.1950) A GROUP OF SIX COPPER RED DECORATED PORCELAIN Comprising; two similar stem cups, jar and cover, undulate double rim bowl, and bud chalice bowl, and another bowl Script signature mark

IVAR MACKAY (b.1950) A GROUP OF SIX MOTTLE GLAZE DECORATED PORCELAIN BOWLS Various sizes and form Script signature marks

189 λ IVAR MACKAY (b.1950) A GROUP OF FOUR CELADON GLAZED BOWLS Various sizes and forms Together with an ovoid jar and cover, 28cm high Script signature marks

£250-350

£300-400

186

£300-500

187 λ IVAR MACKAY (b.1950) A GROUP OF FOUR CELADON DECORATED PORCELAIN Comprising; a pedestal bowl, two further bowls, and a bud vase Script signature marks 187

88

189

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190 λ

192 λ

IVAR MACKAY (b.1950) A GROUP OF FOUR CELADON GLAZED BOWLS Various sizes and forms, the largest 35cm diameter Script signature marks

PHIL ROGERS (1951-2020) A RECTANGULAR BROWN GLAZED (TENMOKU) STONEWARE BOTTLE VASE OF DECAGONAL SECTION Impressed seal mark 24cm high

£300-400 Provenance: Purchased from the potter, April 2001. £300-500

190

191 λ IVAR MACKAY (b.1950) A GROUP OF FOUR TENMOKU BLACK GLAZED BOWLS Various sizes and forms Together with a stem cup and a baluster vase, 10.5cm high Script signature marks

192

£600-800

193 λ PHIL ROGERS (1951-2020) A BROWN AND GREEN (TENMOKU) GLAZED STONEWARE LARGE OVOID JAR Of large and impressive proportion, with incised decoration Impressed seal mark 50.5cm high Provenance: Purchased from the potter, April 2001. £700-1,000

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196 λ

197 λ

PHIL ROGERS (1951-2020) A RECTANGULAR BOTTLE VASE Salt-glazed with stylised grass decoration Impressed seal mark 25.5cm high Together with a similar ogee bowl, 11cm diameter.

PHIL ROGERS (1951-2020) A GREEN GLAZED RED STONEWARE OVOID VASE With short neck and incised with a sprig of stylised grass Impressed monogram to footrim 19.5cm high

WILLIAM PLUMPTRE (b.1959) TWO GLAZED STONEWARE RECTANGULAR SECTION BOTTLE VASES 26cm and 25cm high respectively And a similar conical bowl 15.5cm diameter Script marks

Provenance: Purchased from the potter, April 2001.

Provenance: Purchased from the potter April 2001.

£400-600

Provenance: Purchased from the potter, 17th March 2001

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195 λ PHIL ROGERS (1951-2020) A STONEWARE FACETED VASE With swollen neck Impressed seal mark 25cm high Together with another similar, smaller, 22.5cm high

197

Provenance: Purchased from the potter, April 2001. £600-800

195

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WILLIAM PLUMPTRE (b 1959) AN OVOID FLECKED CREAM GLAZED BOTTLE VASE With faint horizontal bands Script mark 24.5cm high

WILLIAM PLUMPTRE (b 1959) A GLAZED STONEWARE OVOID VASE 35.5cm high

201 λ WILLIAM PLUMPTRE (b 1959) TWO SIMILAR GLAZED STONEWARE JARS AND COVERS 26cm and 25cm high respectively A similar bottle vase with incised decoration, 36cm high, and a small cylindrical jar and cover Script marks

£500-700 Provenance: Purchased from the potter, 17th March 2001

Provenance: Purchased from the potter, 17th March 2001

£300-400

£500-700

198

200

199 λ WILLIAM PLUMPTRE (b 1959) A GROUP OF THREE GLAZED STONEWARE VASES Comprising two bottle vases, 26.5 and 23.5cm high respectively And a quatrefoil vase 15.5cm high Script marks

199

Provenance: Purchased from the potter, 17th March 2001 £500-700

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202 λ EDWARD HUGHES (1953-2006) TWO SIMILAR BOTTLE VASES Decorated with mottle glazes Basal impressed marks 21cm and 20cm high respectively Provenance: Purchased from a selling exhibition by the potter July 2001. £450-550

205 λ

205 EDWARD HUGHES (1953-2006) A LARGE SPIRAL FLUTED BOWL Decorated in green and brown glazes Impressed mark to footrim 35.5cm diameter Together with another similar and smaller, 19cm diameter

202

203 λ EDWARD HUGHES (1953-2006) A GROUP OF PALE GREEN/OFF WHITE GLAZED STUDIO POTTERY Including vases and bowls

Provenance: Purchased from a selling exhibition by the potter July 2001.

Provenance: Purchased from a selling exhibition by the potter July 2001.

£600-800

£250-350

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206 λ EDWARD HUGHES (1953-2006) A GROUP BROWN GLAZED STUDIO POTTERY Including sake bottles, bowls, and jug

204 λ EDWARD HUGHES (1953-2006) A GROUP GREEN GLAZED STUDIO POTTERY Including sake bottle, mug, bowls, and jug

Provenance: Purchased from a selling exhibition by the potter July 2001.

Provenance: Purchased from a selling exhibition by the potter July 2001.

£250-350

£300-400

206 204

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209 λ RUPERT SPIRA (b. 1960) A COPPER RED GLAZED CONICAL BOWL Raised R S mark 25cm diameter Provenance: Purchased from the artist, circa April 2001. 209

£500-800

210 λ CHRIS PRINDL (BRITISH) AN OXBLOOD RED GLAZED STONEWARE JAR Of bulbous form 33cm high

207

207 λ

208

WILLIAM NORTH MAHONEY THREE VARIOUS BOWLS The smallest with faint initials 16.5cm, 15cm, and 11cm diameter respectively

A GROUP OF FOURTEEN VARIOUS STUDIO POTTERY ITEMS MOSTLY MODERN To include Chris Keenan, Seth Cardew, Peter Arnold, and others Various marks

Provenance: Bonhams Knightsbridge, Contemporary Ceramics, Lot 221, 25th March 1999

£300-500

211 A GROUP OF SEVEN VARIOUS STUDIO POTTERY BOWLS MOSTLY MODERN To include two bowls by Frank Hamer, and two indistinctly signed 'Catherine P...' 23cm and 12.5cm diameter respectively

£300-500

£150-250

210

£200-300

211 208

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214 A MODERN BRONZE LANTERN IN THE MANNER OF GIACOMETTI 106cm high £1,000-1,500

212 (part lot)

212 λ A GROUP OF SIX ITEMS OF ALDERMASTON POTTERY BY LAURENCE MCGOWAN (b. 1942) Comprising; a dish of Armada form, with Latin motto to the rim, 29cm diameter, three various bowls, 27cm diameter and smaller, a gourd vase, 16cm high, and a slender vase, 15cm high All with script marks

214

Provenance: Purchased from the artist April 2001. £350-450

213 λ PAUL JACKSON (BRITISH) A GLAZED EARTHENWARE VASE DATED 2009 Of undulating form, decorated with a stylised landscape Signed and dated (09) to underside 24cm high, 42cm wide

215 CHRISTIAN LIAIGRE FOR HOLLY HUNT A PATINATED BRONZE AND LEATHER UPHOLSTERED 'GIACOMETTI' BENCH LATE 20TH CENTURY 46cm high, 151cm wide, 42cm deep

£300-500

£700-1,000

213 100

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217

JEAN-CLAUDE NOVARO, A COLOURED GLASS BOTTLE DATED 1991 Of sculptural form, signed JC NOVARO, and 7 5 1991 to underside 40cm high

AN ITALIAN HARDWOOD DESK MID 20TH CENTURY, ATTRIBUTED TO GIO PONTI 81cm high, 145cm wide, 70cm deep £1,000-1,500

£150-250

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DAVID WEEKS STUDIO, TRI BOI DATED 2.23.(20)08 No. 418, a two tier six light chandelier, nickel plated and orange gloss powdered steel Approximately 75cm diameter

MILO BAUGHMAN, A BLUE VELVET UPHOLSTERED SOFA 1970S AND LATER REUPHOLSTERED In three parts, of exedra form 60cm high

£300-500

£800-1,200

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218 KATHERINE CARNABY, AN 'ONSLOW OPAL' RUG Labels to underside 240 x 170cm Together with another larger en-suite, 340 x 240cm

220

£400-600

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221

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SALLY TUFFIN FOR DENNIS CHINA WORKS OWL JUG (NO. 91) DATED 2001 Impressed, painted, and printed marks 21cm high

SALLY TUFFIN FOR DENNIS CHINA WORKS DOVE CHARGER (NO. 29) DATED 1999 Decorated with two opposing coloured doves Impressed, painted, and printed marks 37cm diameter

SALLY TUFFIN FOR DENNIS CHINA WORKS LION VASE (NO. 59) DATED 2000 With repeating Lion motif Impressed, painted, and printed marks 21cm high

£300-400

225

£150-200

£150-200

SALLY TUFFIN FOR DENNIS CHINA WORKS ELEPHANT VASE (NO. 5) DATED 2001 Decorated with a repeating elephant motif Impressed, painted, and printed marks 19cm high

221

£150-250

224

223 SALLY TUFFIN FOR DENNIS CHINA WORKS, TWO ITEMS MID 1990s Comprising a cylindrical vase (No. 32) decorated with snowdrops, 14cm high And a bowl (No. 3), 21cm diameter £150-200

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226 SALLY TUFFIN FOR DENNIS CHINA WORKS ELEPHANT VASE (NO. 20) DATED 2002 Decorated with a repeating bull elephant motif Impressed, painted, and printed marks 47cm high

223

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DAVID SAVAGE, A SYCAMORE AND EBONISED RECTANGULAR BOX OF RECENT MANUFACTURE In the manner of David Linley, the hinged lid enclosing a vacant interior above the square section body 24.5cm high, 15cm wide, 15cm deep

A PAIR OF BLUE CUT GLASS TABLE LAMPS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE Of facetted form with stem and stepped base 47cm high (excluding fitment)

Provenance: Purchased from the maker, 19th May 2001 for £300.

230

£300-500

£250-350

RUPERT THISTLETHWAYTE, A MAPLE AND BURR WOOD BANDED CENTRE TABLE 76cm high, 160cm diameter

228

£600-800

229

DAVID SAVAGE, A PEARWOOD 'DIANA' TABLE OF SUTHERLAND TYPE EARLY 21ST CENTURY The shaped drop leaves above square section legs 65cm high, 80cm wide (open), 72cm deep

227

Provenance: Purchased from the maker, £1700 May 2001. £350-450

230

231 KATHERINE CARNABY, A 'CHROME TAUPE' CARPET Label to underside Approximately 240 x 340cm Together with a modern ESMAE 'Tungsten' polypropylene pile rug, 173cm x 123

228

£200-300

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234 A PAIR OF MOULDED GLASS AND CHROME TABLE LAMPS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE The triple lobed stems above square stepped plinth bases Each 52cm high excluding fitments £200-300 232

235 RUPERT THISTLETHWAYTE, A MAPLE AND BURR WOOD BANDED SIDE TABLE Of semi-elliptical outline 80cm high, 106.5cm wide, 39cm deep £100-150 234

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233

RUPERT THISTLETHWAYTE, A MAPLE AND BURR WOOD BANDED DINING OR BOARDROOM TABLE With one additional leaf insertion 76cm high, 132.5cm wide, 329.5cm long (extended)

PAUL SMITH FOR THE RUG COMPANY 'FADED GLORY' A wool and silk rug Labels to underside Approximately 278 x 186

235

236 RUPERT THISTLETHWAYTE, A MAPLE AND BURR SIDE BOARD With three doors 86cm high, 178cm wide, 44cm deep

£800-1,200 £600-800 233

£300-500

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239

237

237 λ

238 λ

ROGER BENNETT (IRISH) TWO STAINED SYCAMORE AND SILVER INLAID BOWLS Both signed and inscribed to the underside of the foot 21.5 and 14.5cm diameter respectively

LIAM FLYNN (1969-2017) TWO TURNED WOOD VASES One in ebonised oak, the other natural Each signed L FYNN to underside 31cm and 15cm high respectively And a further spalted beech ovoid vase by Liam O'Neill, signed and dated to base, 14.5cm

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, May 2001. £400-600

239 λ

240 λ

GLENN LUCAS (IRISH), A GROUP OF WOOD SERVING DISHES DATED 2000/2001 Comprising; a pair of square section examples, in cherry and walnut, 26cm square, a similar walnut rectangular example, 40cm wide, a small cherry square section bowl 13cm square, and a cherry square section table salt or pinch pot, 23cm square All signed and wood identified to underside, all but the small bowl with original box

GLENN LUCAS (IRISH), A GROUP OF FIVE VARIOUS WOOD TABLE SALTS OR PINCH POTS DATED 2000/2001 In walnut and yew Various shapes and sizes All signed and wood identified to underside, all with original box

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, March 2001.

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, March 2001.

£400-600 £400-600

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner (Flynn), May 2001. Purchased from the woodturner (O'Neill) April 2001. £350-450

240

241 λ GLENN LUCAS (IRISH), A GROUP OF THREE TURNED WOOD BOWLS Comprising a large, deep sycamore example, 47cm diameter, another shallow sycamore bowl 38cm diameter, and a similar ash bowl, 37.5cm diameter Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, March 2001.

238 (part lot)

£200-300

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242

244

242 λ BERT MARSH (1932-2011) A GROUP OF FIVE VARIOUS TURNED WOOD FOOTED BOWLS Comprising three navette shaped and two circular examples Each signed to underside 17cm wide and smaller Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, April 2001.

244 λ BERT MARSH (1932-2011), A GROUP OF FOUR TURNED WOOD BOWLS Each signed to underside 15.5cm diameter and smaller

245 λ

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, April 2001.

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, April 2001.

£600-800

£400-600

BERT MARSH (1932-2011), A GROUP OF FOUR TURNED WOOD BOWLS Each signed to underside 20cm diameter and smaller

£300-500

243 λ BERT MARSH (1932-2011) A GROUP OF FIVE TURNED WOOD FOOTED BEAKERS OR VESSELS Each signed to foot 10cm diameter and smaller Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, April 2001. £250-350

243 245

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246 λ

247 λ

BERT MARSH (1932-2011) A GROUP OF SEVENTEEN SIMILAR TURNED WOOD FOOTED FINGERBOWLS AND TRINKET OR PIN DISHES Each signed to foot 10cm diameter and smaller

BERT MARSH (1932-2011) A GROUP OF FIVE VARIOUS TURNED WOOD TRINKET BOXES Each signed to underside 7cm diameter and smaller Together with two similar ovoid vases, by the same hand, 9.5cm and 8cm high respectively

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, April 2001.

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, April 2001.

£300-500

248 λ

249 λ

BERT MARSH (1932-2011) A GROUP OF FOUR VARIOUS TURNED WOOD FOOTED BOWLS Each signed to underside 19cm diameter and smaller

BERT MARSH (1932-2011) A GROUP OF THREE TURNED WOOD BOWLS One with a foot Each signed to the underside, 14.5cm, 14cm, and 13.5cm diameter respectively Together with Two further dishes by the same hand, 19cm and 18.5cm diameter respectively (5)

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, April 2001.

£250-350 £300-500

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, April 2001. £300-500

247 249

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250 λ MIKE CHAI SCOTT (b.1943), TWO TURNED AND PARTIALLY SCORCHED BURR WOOD BOWLS Each impressed CHAI to underside 33cm and 26cm diameter respectively

252

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, April 2001. £250-350

252 λ

253 λ

MIKE CHAI SCOTT (b.1943), A GROUP OF FOUR SCORCHED ASH BOWLS Each stamped CHAI to underside 17.5cm diameter and smaller And one further bowl, attributed to Mike Scott, apparently unsigned, 9cm high (5)

MIKE CHAI SCOTT (b.1943), A GROUP OF THREE VARIOUS TURNED WOOD CENTRE PIECES One with central well, one with central hole, and one with starburst Each stamped CHAI to underside 29cm, 21cm, and 13cm diameter respectively

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, April 2001.

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, April 2001.

£200-300

£200-300

251

251 λ MIKE CHAI SCOTT (b.1943), TWO TURNED AND PARTIALLY SCORCHED ASH BOWLS Each impressed CHAI to underside Each 34cm diameter Together with another similar, smaller, example, attributed to Mike Scott, 23cm diameter

253

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254 λY

254 (part lot)

RAY KEY (1942-2018), A COLLECTION OF SEVENTEEN VARIOUS TURNED WOOD TRINKET BOXES AND COVERS Each numbered, signed and timber identified Various sizes and form Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, April/June 2001.

256 λ

257 λ

RAY KEY (1942-2018), A GROUP OF TEN VARIOUS TURNED LIGHT WOOD BOWLS AND VESSELS Including ash, beech, and birch Each numbered, signed and timber identified Various shapes and sizes

RAY KEY (1942-2018), A GROUP OF TEN VARIOUS TURNED DARK WOOD BOWLS AND VESSELS Including cocobolo, Each numbered, signed and timber identified Various shapes and sizes Together with four further similar, lighter, bowls by the same hand (14)

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, April/June 2001.

£350-450

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£250-350

RAY KEY (1942-2018), FOUR TURNED RIPPLED ASH STRING BOXES Each numbered, signed and timber identified Various shapes and sizes 12.5cm, 11cm, and 8cm high respectively Together with an apple shaped string box, and a turned ash charger by the same hand, 35cm diameter (5)

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, April/June 2001. £400-600

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, April/June 2001. 255 (part lot)

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RAY KEY, A GROUP OF SEVEN VARIOUS NAVETTE SHAPED FOOTED DISHES Each numbered, signed and timber identified 17cm wide and smaller

RAY KEY (1942-2018), A GROUP OF EIGHT VARIOUS TURNED LIGHT WOOD BOWLS AND VESSELS Including ash, beech, and birch Each numbered, signed and timber identified Various shapes and sizes

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner 26th April 2001.

Provenance: Purchased from the woodturner, April/June 2001.

£300-500

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A PAIR OF AMBOYNA AND ASH BEDSIDE CABINETS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE Each with a drawer and door 70cm high, 46cm wide, 41cm deep

A SATIN BIRCH AND EBONY BANDED SIDE CABINET OF RECENT MANUFACTURE With two drawers and panelled doors flanked by pilasters, on a plinth base the drawer 87cm high, 125cm wide, 72cm deep, Together with a similar, smaller, side cabinet, 75cm high, 75cm wide, 42cm deep

£350-450 £500-800

£500-800

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265 262 A GROUP OF THREE MODERN CIRCULAR MIRRORS Forming a graduated set, 70cm, 50cm, and 30cm diameter respectively Together with a modern circular wall mirror, by the Frame Emporium, 103cm diameter and smaller, and a further smoked pink glass example, 110cm diameter (5)

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£300-500

GAUTIER, GENEVA, A MODERN SILVER COLOURED METAL MOUNTED WALKING CANE The handle modelled as the bust of a young lady, the ferule with leaf cast decoration GAUTIER mark to the rear 88cm long £120-180

266 A MAPLE AND EBONISED WRITING TABLE LATE 20TH CENTURY The maple desk top above an arrangement of three drawers and on and ebonised stand-base £400-600

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263 A GLASS TOPPED AND LEATHER CLAD COFFEE TABLE OF RECENT MANUFACTURE 46cm high, 150cm wide, 85cm deep £400-600

264 CASSINA, ITALY, A WHITE LINEN UPHOLSTERED CORNER SOFA OF RECENT MANUFACTURE The frame 65cm high, at its longest edge 320cm wide, at its shortest edge 232cm wide, 100cm deep £600-900

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267 A PAIR OF BLACK VELVET UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIRS RECENTLY MANUFACTURED BY THE SOFA AND CHAIR COMPANY, LONDON With manufacturer's ticking, each 117cm high, 80cm wide, approximately 115cm deep overall

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271 A PETRIFIED WOOD AND METAL FRAMED OCCASIONAL TABLE OF RECENT MANUFACTURE 70cm high, 35cm diameter

A PAIR OF CHROME AND SIMULATED SHAGREEN COLUMNAR TABLE LAMPS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE Of columnar form 64cm high (excluding fitment)

£150-250

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A LEATHER AND FAUX SNAKE SKIN CHEST OF DRAWERS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE, POSSIBLY BY ANDREW MARTIN 111cm high, 61cm wide, 47cm deep £300-500

269 A PAIR OF CREAM LAMINATE BEDSIDE TABLES RECENTLY MANUFACTURED BY FENDI Of oval form, each with three drawers 63cm high, 60cm wide, 51cm deep

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£250-350

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A FLIGHT OF WHITE LAMINATE AND TUBULAR BRASS STANDING SHELVES OF RECENT MANUFACTURE With arrangement of drawers 201cm high, 150cm wide, 50cm deep

A LEATHER AND FAUX SNAKE SKIN CHEST OF DRAWERS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE, POSSIBLY BY ANDREW MARTIN 61cm high, 91cm wide, 51cm deep

£300-500

£300-500

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277 λ MARK BRAZIER JONES (B. 1956), A METAL AND GLASS TABLE LAMP DESIGNED CIRCA 1998 'Sera' pattern, with bands of cabochon glass and drop ball finial to the shade and flanking candle sconces, on a scrolling stand with spread foot 76cm high The design of this lamp is illustrated and described in Fiell 'Mark BrazierJones', p. 132-133 £1,500-2,500

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A PAIR OF DUCKBILL SIDE TABLES OF RECENT MANUFACTURE Designed by Julian Chichester, of rounded bulbous form, each constructed of blackened brass on an oak base Each 60cm high

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A NINE LIGHT GLASS CHANDELIER IN THE MANNER OF BAROVIER & TOSO MURANO MID/LATE 20TH CENTURY The petal shaped panels around silver coloured frame with 9 lights fitments, not signed, approximately 74cm high, 117cm diameter

£300-400 £300-500

275 A MODERN VENETIAN GREEN GLASS AND AVENTURINE INCLUDED STANDARD LAMP 95cm high (excluding fitment) £120-180

276 A THREE PART U-SHAPED SOFA OF RECENT MANUFACTURE Of large proportion, comprising a long central section and two flanking and projecting wings, 75cm high, 500cm wide overall, 179cm deep

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281 A VENETIAN GLASS AND BEAD MOUNDED WALL MIRROR LATE 20TH CENTURY 101cm high, 75cm wide £300-500

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A PAIR OF SHELL MOUNTED GILTWOOD WALL MIRRORS MODERN, BY PENNY SUTHERLAND The mirrors 77 x 57cm With consoles en-suite, 76cm high, 121cm wide, 33cm deep Signed verso

A SET OF EIGHT TURQUOISE UPHOLSTERED DINING CHAIRS RECENTLY MANUFACTURED BY THE SOFA AND CHAIR COMPANY, LONDON, With manufacturer's ticking to the undersides Each 87cm high £700-1,000

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282 A CHROME AND CERAMIC TABLE LAMP RECENTLY MANUFACTURED BY BELLA FIGURA Of baluster form, and with floral shade 39cm high (excluding fitment), 60cm high overall

£500-800

£150-250

283 Y A SHAGREEN OCCASIONAL TABLE 21ST CENTURY, POSSIBLY BY CELA Of square section, with single frieze drawer 80cm high, 40cm wide, 40cm deep

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287 λ GRAYSON PERRY (BRITISH b. 1960) 100% ART China plate, 2020, with artist's seal printed to base, produced for the SAINSBURY CENTRE, 22 x 22cm (8½ x 8½ in.)

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£300-500

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A PORTA ROMANA OVAL LARTIGUE SIX LIGHT GILT METAL AND GLASS CHANDELIER OF RECENT MANUFACTURE 75cm high, 87cm diameter

A MODERN MURANO CLEAR AND LIGHT BLUE GLASS SUITE OF DRINKING GLASSES Comprising a reeded jug, 30cm high and sixteen goblets, each 18.5cm high By repute of the vendor this was purchased in Murano in 1985

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£300-500 £500-700

286 A PAIR OF PERSPEX LOW OR BEDSIDE TABLES OF RECENT MANUFACTURE With glass top and undertier 55cm high, 66cm wide, 40cm deep 288

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288 JOHN ARMLEDER FOR HOSPITALITY SAVOY 'ABOUT NOTHING 2007' & 'NOTHING ABOUT 2007' Limited edition plates by Royal Doulton of 225, designed by the artist for Outset's 5th anniversary in support of the South London Gallery Six with gilt and white design borders, six reversed, Each 30cm diameter John Armleder (b. 1948) is a performance artist, painter and sculptor. HIs inspiration and ideas resonate with the Fluxus movement (1960s-70s); emphasising the creative process over the final product. As co-founder of Group Ecart, Armleders's works have been widely influential and exhibited across Europe.

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289 λ CHRISTOPHER VICKERS, A COLLECTION SEVEN BOXES To include a maple, ash and box strung rectangular box and hinged cover 9cm high, 19cm wide, 13cm deep And a set of three triangular boxes and covers in various timbers, and three smaller rectangular boxes and covers, possibly for playing cards Each signed to the underside and with maker's card identifying the timbers

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292 λ CHRISTOPHER VICKERS, A MODERN BURR OAK DRESSING MIRROR In the manner of Ernest Gimson, the rectangular plate above uprights and rectangular base Unsigned 46cm high, 39cm wide, 21cm deep Provenance: Purchased from the furniture maker 25th April 2001. £150-200

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Provenance: Purchased from the furniture maker, 25th April 2001.

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£200-300

290 A PAIR OF OAK AND STONE TABLE LAMPS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE Each of square section and in the manner of dry stone walling Each 29cm high excluding fitments

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£300-500

PAUL BELVOIR, A MAPLE VENEERED DRESSING TABLE OF RECENT MANUFACTURE The top with three drawers on X-shaped supports 75cm high, 140cm wide, 60cm deep Together with a stool en-suite, 46cm high, 66cm wide, 40cm deep (2) £350-450 294 (part lot)

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A BLACK LACQUERED CONSOLE TABLE OF RECENT MANUFACTURE The rectangular tops on shaped supports 80cm high, 150cm wide, 45cm deep

KATHERINE CARNABY, A PAIR OF 'VINTAGE PINK' RUGS Labels to rear 200 x 290cm £400-600

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297 A PAIR OF GLASS AND CHROME TABLE LAMPS RECENTLY MANUFACTURED BY BELLA FIGURA Of columnar form, with floral shades 34cm high (excluding fitments), 51cm high overall £200-300

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A SET OF FOUR SILVERED METAL TABLE LAMPS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE Each modelled as a tree trunk on a naturalistic base, and with purple cylindrical shades 52cm high excluding fitment £300-500

298 FLOS, ITALY, SUPERLOON, A STANDARD LAMP The large milk glass screen light above a tripod support Approximately 200cm high, 76cm wide overall £600-900

296 PHILIP WATTS, A PAIR OF MERCURY BAR STOOLS 21ST CENTURY Each with a 'tractor seat' above the fluid stand, signed WATTS to the seat top 79cm high £1,000-1,500

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301 λ CHARLIE LANGTON 'BELLE', A PATINATED BRONZE MODEL OF A NUDE Modelled casually posed looking over her shoulder on a rockwork base, above a rectangular plinth 32cm high, 38cm wide, 25.5cm deep 299

£1,500-2,500

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A PAIR OF MODERN HORN MOUNTED CEILING LIGHTS Each approximately 60cm high and 95cm wide overall

JONATHAN ADLER, ULTRA, A PAIR OF TABLE LAMPS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE Each with a grey shade above a salmon coloured body and spreading rectangular marble foot 75.5cm high overall

£600-800

£300-500

LUCIEN SMITH UNTITLED (SCRAP METAL 4393) Executed in 2013 76.2 x 157.5 x 81.3 cm (30 x 62 x 32 in.) Provenance: OHWOW Gallery, Los Angeles Acquired from the above by the previous owner, purchased by the current vendor from Phillips, lot 214, New Now 15th December 2020

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OIVA TOIKKA (FINNISH 1931-2019) TWO LIMITED EDITION AQUATIC GLASS SCULPTURES EACH DATED 2010 Of fluid form One numbered 25/30 the other 28/30 With iitala stickers and etched signature Each 47cm

A JAPANESE TEXTURED VASE MODERN Decorated with blue through red, and with 'tick' mark to the underside, 41cm high £100-200

£100-200

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A MODERN PURPLE AND WHITE BLOWN GLASS SCULPTURE POSSIBLY MURANO Of spermatoid form 93cm high

A GROUP OF SIX PIECES OF ISLE OF WIGHT STUDIO GLASS LTD Including four slender cased glass vases of tear-drop form 43cm, 36cm, 36cm and 23cm high respectively And two basket weave dishes, in sizes

£100-200

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NAOKO SATO, A MODERN JAPANESE RED AND CLEAR GLASS VASE DATED 2002 A red and clear glass sculptural two section vase Signed and dated to the underside of the red cased glass section 18cm high, 30cm wide £400-500

308 A JAPANESE ROOTWOOD SCULPTURE Of stripped natural form, on a shaped rectangular base 157cm high £300-500

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311 A VERDIGRIS PATINATED BRONZE LION MASK WALL FOUNT Together with a demilune basin, and a patinated metal sprinkler, on triform base, 20th century £200-300

312 A WHITE PAINTED AND GILT CONSOLE TABLE 20TH CENTURY Of serpentine outline 73cm high, 180cm wide, 73cm deep £700-1,000 309 311

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TWO PAIRS OF TEAK STEAMER CHAIRS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE Of folding bar-backed slatted form Together with a similar folding table

A HARDWOOD GARDEN REFECTORY TABLE IN LATE 17TH CENTURY STYLE 20TH CENTURY 72cm high, 350cm long, 107cm wide

Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house

£400-600

£300-500

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313 A STONE COMPOSITION GARDEN URN AND COVER 20TH CENTURY 101cm high £400-600

314 A PAIR OF RENDERED BRICKWORK PIER FINIALS OR MILE-STONE MARKERS 19TH CENTURY 43cm high Now with an associated sandstone slab as a bench 52cm high, 120cm wide, 23cm deep £300-500

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A SET OF FOUR IRON GARDEN CHAIRS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE Each with a ball finial above the bar back 86cm high, 54cm wide £600-800

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315 TWO SIMILAR CARVED MARBLE PLANTERS In the form of large pestles, each with four exterior lugs 22 and 24cm high respectively

317 A PAIR OF SUBSTANTIAL CAST IRON AND SHEET METAL LINED CIRCULAR PLANTERS LATE 20TH CENTURY Of openwork design 38cm high, 143cm diameter

£300-500

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318 A PAIR OF BLACK PAINTED IRON GATES 19TH CENTURY Each gate 108cm high, 132cm wide, giving an overall span approximately 265m overall £500-800

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322 A PAIR OF 'CLOUD PRUNED' PRIVET BUSHES (LIGUSTRUM) IN TERRACOTTA POTS 20TH CENTURY 130cm high overall The tapering cylindrical pots 61cm high, 73cm diameter

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323 A PAIR OF STANDARD OLIVE TREES (OLEA EUROPAEA) 197cm high Planted in black plastic containers, 45cm high £600-800

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A LIMESTONE RAISED PLANTER OR BIRD BATH Composed of a rectangular shallow trough raised on two square section staddle stones 73cm high, 88cm wide, 53cm deep

A SET OF EIGHT COMPOSITION STONE GARDEN PLANTERS 20TH CENTURY Of square tapering form Together with a further pair of planters

A MODERN TERRACOTTA GARDEN PLANTER With moulded bands of fruits to the sides 62cm high, 66cm diameter

£500-700

Provenance: An Oxfordshire Manor House

£200-300

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Day 2 | lots 331-770 Thursday 21 April 2022

Furniture, Carpets, Clocks, Lighting and Works of Art, To include the selected contents of Elibank House, Taplow

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324 A PAIR OF WHITE PAINTED COMPOSITE STONE MODELS OF HERALDIC LIONS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE Each modelled holding a shield with lion rampant beneath a crown Marked WOC to rear 83cm high £500-700

325 A GLAZED TERRACOTTA WALL FOUNTAIN 20TH CENTURY The Bacchanalian putto astride an amphora, and on a swagged pilaster 173cm high overall Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house £400-600 325 146

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Elibank House

A GILT METAL WALL LANTERN Of octagonal section with glass inserts 73cm high (excluding chain)

Elibank House is arguably one of the finest Queen Anne houses in the south east of England. Built around 1705, the house was commissioned by Alexander Murray, 4th Lord Elibank and was reputedly designed by the English Baroque architect and theatrical set designer Sir John Vanburgh. The history of the house is ingrained within it – the Murrays were a Scottish noble family and Elibank was built as their residence whilst in England, close to both London and patronage of the Royal Court in Windsor. Many of the original period features which framed the collection presented in the following pages, remain including stunning panelled rooms, magnificent doors and beautiful fireplaces.

£500-800

The property underwent a full restoration over the last 25 years by the present owner who filled the house will a plethora of styles and tastes which fused to create an interior worthy of the axiom ‘An English Country House’. Throughout the house there is a sense of occasion and a wonderful sense of history, owing to the numerous items of period furniture and works of art from provenances such as Mallett, Mentmore Towers and the 5th Marquess of Camden. Yet, the overriding feeling is one that this is a warm and comfortable family home with a collection that is perfectly at ease with itself.

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332 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR CIRCA 1770 With vertical splat, open arms, and drop in seat 96cm high 332

£200-300

333 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE LATE 18TH CENTURY 73cm high, 83cm wide, 55cm deep £200-300 333 Elibank House, Taplow

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336 AN IRISH, POSSIBLY CORK, CUT GLASS NAVETTE SHAPED PEDESTAL BOWL CIRCA 1790 With press moulded foot 23.5cm high, 30cm wide Cf. Christie’s London Works of Art from the Bute Collection, lots 77 and 78 for two similar bowls with almost identical feet £300-500 336 334

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A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD CIRCA 1825 The stepped back with a brass rail, the shaped front with outset leaf carved and reeded pilasters flanked by drawers, one with cellarette fittings, and a door 99cm high, (134cm high to the top of the brass rail), 183cm wide, 80cm deep

A SET OF TWELVE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS EARLY 19TH CENTURY AND LATER To include two open armchairs, each with reeded frames, the back rails with ‘fishtail’ carving and centred with a roundel, with upholstered seats and turned tapering legs £700-1,000

337 A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY D-END DINING TABLE CIRCA 1825 With concertina action, the top with a reeded edge and four additional leaf insertions above with ring turned legs terminating in brass caps and castors 75cm high, 131.5cm long, 57cm wide (unextended), 335cm long (fully extended)

£600-800

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338 A TABRIZ CARPET Approximately 371 x 270cm Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house

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£400-600

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342 A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND UPHOLSTERED SALON CHAIR CIRCA 1870 AND LATER UPHOLSTERED With typical button upholstered spoon back 93cm high £300-500

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339 A VICTORIAN GILTWOOD AND GESSO OVAL WALL MIRROR SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY 102cm high, 60cm wide £700-1,000

341 A VICTORIAN SOFA, OF CHESTERFIELD TYPE LATE 19TH CENTURY AND LATER LINEN UPHOLSTERED 70cm high, 190cm wide, 91cm deep overall

A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND INLAID MUSIC CANTERBURY CIRCA 1870 Of sarcophagus form, the hinged lid enclosing the divider interior, on scroll feet 53cm high, 51cm wide, 33cm wide

340 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY WRITING TABLE SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY The rectangular leather inset top with rounded ends, the frieze drawer with a hinged writing slope, on carved side supports with a turned stretcher, carved scroll feet and white ceramic castors 77cm high, 107cm wide, 59cm deep £300-500

Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house £300-500

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£600-800

A VICTORIAN BURR AND FIGURED WALNUT OPEN BOOKCASE CIRCA 1870 With two banks of open shelves 117cm high, 145cm wide, 31cm deep £800-1,200

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348 A REGENCY MAHOGANY DRESSING MIRROR IN THE MANNER OF GILLOWS, CIRCA 1820 53cm high, 61cm wide, 25cm deep 345 £500-800

349 A REGENCY MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS CIRCA 1815 Of bowfront outline and with two short and two long drawers 91cm high, 89cm wide, 50cm deep

345 A PAIR OF BRASS TABLE LAMPS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE Each modelled as a Corinthian column 39cm high (excluding fitments)

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£400-600

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346 A REGENCY MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE CIRCA 1815 Of small proportion and with frieze drawer, the underside branded ‘MMF’ and painted ‘INV. 1897, PINK ROOM’ 74cm high, 69cm wide, 48cm deep £200-300

347 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CLOTHES PRESS CIRCA 1800 Stamped for ‘W.WILLIAMSON & SONS GUILDFORD’, the dentil cornice above a pair of crossbanded oval panel doors, enclosing four trays, the base with two short and two long drawers and splayed feet 190cm high, 126cm wide, 62cm deep 347

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350 A PART SILK RUG IN KASHAN STYLE Approximately 165 x 107cm £300-500

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AN ITALIAN SILVERED METAL HANGING ‘SANCTUARY’ LAMP IN THE 17TH CENTURY MANNER, 19TH CENTURY the lobed and bulbous body engraved with Saints in vignettes and impressed with foliage, the body approximately 48cm high

AN OAK BOX COMMODE LATE 17TH CENTURY AND LATER Now fitted with a liner for use as a coal box or wine cooler 50cm high, 53cm wide, 45cm deep £200-300

Provenance: Private Collection, London

355 A CHARLES II OAK COFFER CIRCA 1670 With hinged lid above a carved frieze and triple panel front 62cm high, 116cm wide, 54cm deep

£150-250

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352 AN OAK SIDE TABLE IN LATE 17TH CENTURY STYLE PROBABLY INCORPORATING PERIOD AND LATER ELEMENTS The wide tope above a single blind frieze drawer and bobbin turned supports 72cm high, 106cm wide, 56cm deep £200-300

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A PAIR OF CHARLES II WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS CIRCA 1670 Each with a caned panel back

A WOVEN CARPET, IN MAHAL STYLE approximately 355 x 270cm

£200-300

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359 A PAIR OF SEVRES STYLE PORCELAIN AND GILT METAL MOUNTED URNS LATE 19TH CENTURY Each 27.5cm high

357 Y A NAPOLEON III KINGWOOD, ROSEWOOD, AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL LIQUOR DECANTER AND GLASS SET CIRCA 1870 The hinged case enclosing the fitted interior containing; a trio of decanters and stoppers and thirteen spirit glasses 27cm high, 33cm wide, 26cm deep £300-500

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360 AN ALABASTER AND GILT METAL MOUNTED MANTEL CLOCK SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY With eight-day bell striking movement with outside countwheel, the white enamel Roman numeral dial with Arabic five minutes inscribed Dutertre A Paris, the case of stylised portico form, with avine headed finials 45cm high

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Provenance: Purchased by the vendor from Bonhams, Brancaster Hall, Norfolk, 9th September 2002, lot 139 £250-350

358 A FRENCH MAHOGANY, GILT METAL AND SEVRES STYLE PORCELAIN MOUNTED SIDE CABINET CIRCA 1900 The panel doors enclosing two shelves 119cm high, 129cm wide, 40cm deep Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house £500-700

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361 Y A NAPOLEON III EBONISED AND BOULE INLAID SECRETAIRE CABINET CIRCA 1870 The cabinet doors enclosing a shelf 155cm high, 81cm wide, 50cm deep £500-800

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362 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TRIPOD TABLE CIRCA 1770 The circular top revolving on the birdcage action 71cm high, 76cm diameter £250-350

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363 A GEORGE III CARVED MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR LATE 18TH CENTURY In the manner of Thomas Chippendale, with upholsterer’s label for C. Harris & Son (Fleet) to underside 363

£400-600

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AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY LIBRARY BOOKCASE IN GEORGE III STYLE EARLY 20TH CENTURY Of breakfront outline, with satinwood crossbanding and line inlay, the four astragal glazed doors above four panelled doors on a plinth base 366 208cm high, 239cm wide, 53cm deep £800-1,200

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A HUNTING CARPET IN TABRIZ STYLE With coral pink field woven with a design of closely formed equestrian figures, animals, birds, trees and flowers within an ivory ground main border decorated with lotus trees and animals, four narrow guard stripes and a coral outer border; knotted fringes Approximately 400 x 301cm

364 A MAHOGANY PEDESTAL DESK IN GEORGE III STYLE RECENTLY MANUFACTURED BY MARTIN J DODGE LTD 75cm high, 141cm wide, 76cm deep

£500-800 £500-700

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367 A MIXED WOOD MARQUETRY WALL MIRROR IN DUTCH 17TH CENTURY STYLE LATE 20TH CENTURY 122cm high, 75cm wide

370 A DUTCH BRASS HALL LANTERN LATE 17TH/EARLY 18TH CENTURY The door embossed with a vacant cartouche and coronet, 49cm high, 24cm wide, 24cm deep

£700-1,000

368 A TERRACOTTA MODEL OF WRESTLERS Both modelled heroically nude and in the midst of a fight, one with billowing cloak, stamped to the base C.B.L. 7 20 30cm high

£400-600

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371 A DUTCH FLORAL MARQUETRY INLAID DISPLAY CABINET 19TH CENTURY With shaped cavetto moulded cornice above a pair of shaped glazed doors, enclosing two shaped shelves, the serpentine shaped base with three drawers with brass swan neck handles and shaped and pierced backplates, the canted sides each with a door inlaid with a vase of flowers, on ebonised claw and ball feet 221cm high, 146cm wide, 47cm deep

368

369 A DUTCH WALNUT AND MARQUETRY INLAID SIDE TABLE LATE 18TH CENTURY The top with inlaid Heraldic motifs and typical floral marquetry above tambour doors 75cm high, 74cm wide, 40cm deep Dutch Inlaid demi lune table, Amsterdam

£800-1,200

£500-800 371 369 162

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375 372 A PAIR OF INDIAN PAINTINGS EARLY 20TH CENTURY Each with figures in an exterior scene Later mounted, framed and glazed 42 x 58cm overall

AN INDIAN PAINTING OF A FALCON EARLY 20TH CENTURY The raptor portrayed on a stand, in a stained blind fretwork and mirrored frame card size 20cm x 13cm, 48cm high, 38cm wide overall £300-400

£250-350 372

375

373

376

A SET OF FIFTY INDIAN PAINTINGS ON CARD SECOND HALF 20TH CENTURY All unframed 17.5cm x 23.5cm

AN INDIAN POLYCHROME PAINTED ARMCHAIR MID 19TH CENTURY 88cm high £300-400

£400-600

377 Y 373 (part lot)

AN EXOTIC HARDWOOD, PROBABLY PADOUK, HALL BENCH 19TH CENTURY Probably Anglo-Indian With reeded frieze and scroll legs 38cm high, 139cm wide, 36cm deep

376

£400-600

374 A DECORATIVE INDIAN PAINTING OF A MAHARAJAH card size 35.5cm x 26cm, framed £200-300

377

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379 A PAIR OF ORIENTAL HARDWOOD AND WIRE INLAID TABLE LAMPS 20TH CENTURY On shaped stands Together with two further pairs of table lamps, and a celadon table lamp.

378

£300-400

378 Y A PAIR OF ANGLO INDIAN EBONY CONSOLE TABLES WITH LATER MARBLE TOPS SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY 82cm high, 146cm wide, 74cm deep

379

Provenance Lady Victoria Getty £2,000-3,000

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378

380

381

A MODERN JAPANSESE CLOISONNE ‘BAMBOO’ VASE Of stylised bamboo form and with blue decoration on a white ground and further decorated with character marks 33.5cm high

A JAPANESE BRONZE JARDINIERE ON STAND MEIJI PERIOD (LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY) Signed to the interior base of the jardinière 104cm high overall, the jardinière 31cm high, 39cm diameter, the pedestal stand 73cm high

£300-500

£200-300

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382 A GILT METAL AND GLASS CHANDELIER IN THE MANNER OF MAISON BAGUES, OF RECENT MANUFACTURE 75cm high, 72cm diameter £250-350

385

386

A VENETIAN CUT GLASS MIRROR CIRCA 1900 108cm high, 66cm wide

A PAIR OF LOUIS XV PAINTED ARMCHAIRS MID 18TH CENTURY Each with a rectangular back above open arms

Provenance Lady Victoria Getty

Provenance: Previously from the private collection of Lady Samuel of Wych Cross

£300-500

382

£600-800

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385

A GROUP OF TWENTY EIGHT VARIOUS SPECIMEN MARBLE AND ALABASTER MODELS OF EGGS Contained within a turned variegated white marble dish 31cm diameter 383

£180-220

384 A FRENCH CREAM AND POLYCHROME PAINTED COMMODE IN LOUIS XV STYLE OF RECENT MANUFACTURE Of bombe outline, the top painted to simulate marble 81cm high, 134cm wide, 64cm deep £500-800 386

384

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A PAIR OF REGENCY GILT BRASS AND GLASS HUNG LUSTRE CANDLESTICKS CIRCA 1815 The sockets with floral cast drip pans, above outscrolled stems hung with faceted glass pendants, on cylindrical plinths with circular bases 20cm high

AN EARLY VICTORIAN NEEDLEWORK PICTURE OF SIR ARTHUR WELLESLEY, 1st DUKE OF WELLINGTON CIRCA 1840 The Duke depicted mounted on a charger in robes and with hat raised and outstretched, after the 1818 painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence, in maple frame and glazed, 75 x 63cm overall Together with a silkwork picture of a woman seated by a house, framed and glazed 47 x 50cm overall (2)

£200-300 Provenance: Lady Victoria Getty The depiction of Wellington is after Sir Thomas Lawrence’s work of 1818 showing the Duke astride his famous charger Copenhagen. Copenhagen was a chestnut horse and not a grey as implied in this interpretation

387

390 (part lot) £150-250

391

388

A TEAK CAMPAIGN CHEST OF DRAWERS MID 19TH CENTURY In two parts, the arrangement of two short and three long drawers each with recessed brass handles and bindings 97cm high, 99cm wide, 45cm deep £500-800

388 A REGENCY MAHOGANY CAMPAIGN EXTENDING DINING TABLE IN THE MANNER OF GILLOWS, CIRCA 1815 With one additional leaf insertion, with removeable threaded legs 75cm high, 179cm wide (when fully extended), 131cm deep

A MAHOGANY CAMPAIGN WINE COOLER FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY The hinged lid enclosing an interior divided for bottles and central liner, above a cupboard door, on turned feet 66cm high, 45cm wide, 35cm deep £200-300

£500-800

389

170

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A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CAMPAIGN DAY BED BY ROBINSONS & SONS, IKLEY, CIRCA 1870 The three caned sections each ratchet adjustable, allowing for a variety of positions, hinged for transport and with removable turned legs, with remains of old paper label for the maker, impressed stamp, and further stamps to the metal work 34cm high (at its lowest) 182cm long, 56cm wide

£600-800

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396 AN ITALIAN GLAZED AND BISCUIT POTTERY RELIEF MOULDED ROUNDEL IN THE DELLA ROBBIA STLE LATE 19TH CENTURY Modelled with the Virgin and Child within a floral border, 78cm diameter Mounted in a giltwood frame, 92cm diameter And on a claret baize ground board 103cm overall £400-600

393

393 A CARVED OAK PANEL POSSIBLY GERMAN LATE 16TH OR 17TH CENTURY Depicting the Last Supper and with scenes of Joseph and Mary, and Christ washing disciples’ feet 29cm high, 82cm wide This depiction of the Last Supper draws slightly from Jacopo Bassano’s composition of 1542

397

AFTER GIAN FREDERICO BONZAGNA A patinated bronze relief plaquette of the Adorazione dei Pastori (Adoration of the Shepherds) 19cm high, 14.4cm wide

£400-600

Provenance: With Alessandro Durini Di Monza (New York) label verso

394

394

396

LOMBARD SCHOOL, AFTER THE MANNER OF BOCCACCINO & DEI CAMPI A patinated bronze plaquette of Ecce Homo 11.3cm high, 8.4cm wide Provenance: With Alessandro Durini Di Monza (New York) label verso

£200-300 397

398 A CONTINENTAL CARVED WOOD FIGURE OF THE MADONNA AND CHILD LATE 16TH OR EARLY 17TH CENTURY Probably South German or Italian, portrayed standing with swept drapery above an integral base, the hem with simulated floral design, 38cm high, base 10cm wide

£200-300

395 VENETIAN SCHOOL A patinated bronze plaquette of Flagellatio 17.2cm high, 13.3cm wide Provenance: With Alessandro Durini Di Monza (New York) label verso

Provenance: Christie’s, London, Edward George Coles Sale, 25th November 1926, Lot 46 (£7) £300-500

£200-300 395 172

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401 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY KNIFE BOX CIRCA 1770 Of traditional form, the hinged lid enclosing a divider for knives, with flanking brass handles 35.5cm high, 23.5cm wide overall Provenance: Purchased by the vendor from Bonhams, Brancaster Hall, Norfolk, 9th September 2002, lot 125 £200-300

401

399 (part lot)

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399

400

A HARLEQUIN SET OF TWELVE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, IN GEORGE III STYLE To include two armchairs, one with paper label for Corfield of Lymington, seven chairs with green velvet drop in seats, five with five faux leather drop in seats

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY, SATINWOOD BANDED, AND INLAID SIDEBOARD CIRCA 1790 Of semi-elliptical outline, with arrangement of cupboards and drawers 96cm high, 181cm wide, 85cm deep

£700-1,000

£1,000-1,500

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND INLAID TRIPOD WINE TABLE CIRCA 1790 The tulipwood banded top above turned stem and vase 74cm high, 44cm wide, 38cm deep £200-300

Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house Marquis of Camden Sale 402

403 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND LINE INLAID SERPENTINE CHEST OF DRAWERS CIRCA 1785 99cm high, 120cm wide, 61cm deep

400

£800-1,200

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404 A PAIR OF PARCEL GILT AND PATINATED BRONZE CANDLESTICKS, IN LOUIS PHILIPPE STYLE 19TH CENTURY AND LATER ADAPTED AS TABLE LAMPS Each with Campana urn above foliate cast drip pans on reeded stems, the foliate cast triform aprons below each on three paw feet and shaped triform bases; with tapering and pleated fabric shades above 56cm high overall

404

406 A MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE A ABBATTANT 19TH CENTURY The fall enclosing a fitted interior 168cm high, 106cm wide, 51cm deep £500-800

£800-1,200

406

405

407

405

A LOUIS PHILIPPE FIGURED WALNUT AND MARBLE TOPPED CENTRE TABLE CIRCA 1850 75cm high, 83cm diameter

A LOUIS PHILIPPE MAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE CIRCA 1840 The top with slides to each short side 73cm high, 114cm wide (closed) 59cm deep

£600-800 £500-800

407

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410 λ JOSÉ ESCOFET (SPANISH B. 1930) STILL LIFE OF BRASSICAS IN BLOOM Gouache on paper Signed (lower right) 70 x 86cm (27½ x 33¾ in.)

408 A PAINTED PINE PRESS CUPBOARD LATE 18TH CENTURY

Provenance: Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, London, No.9012019

£600-800 £300-500

410

408

411

412

A PATINATED PLASTER BUST OF A LADY 19TH CENTURY Portrayed looking forward with hair tied in a scarf, her drapes tied to one shoulder, signed to the rear Lucius Gahagan, 1825, 36cm high

A POLYCHROME PAINTED PINE TRUNK OR MARRIAGE CHEST PROBABLY FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY And probably Scandinavian 61cm high, 130cm wide, 49cm deep £400-600

£400-600

409

411

A SWISS TYROLEAN PAINTED SIDEBOARD CABINET EARLY 19TH CENTURY 229cm high, 147cm wide, 62.5cm deep £500-800

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416 A BLACK FOREST TOBACCO JAR WITH HINGED COVER LATE 19TH CENTURY Naturalistically modelled and with anvil surmount 24.5cm high

413 A COLD PAINTED TERRACOTTA MODEL OF A PUTTO BEARING INSCRIPTION AND DATE ROS 1847 The putto modelled standing with garland of flowers 73cm high

£600-800

£400-600

416

414 AN OAK OCTAGONAL TWO TIER OCCASIONAL TABLE EARLY 19TH CENTURY 61cm high, 41cm diameter £200-300 413 417

415 TWO SIMILAR OAK LOW BENCHES OR ‘PIG STOOLS’ IN 18TH CENTURY STYLE ONE PROBABLY 19TH CENTURY, THE OTHER LATER The larger 42cm high, 92cm long, 22cm wide, the smaller 40cm high, 92cm wide, 22cm deep

417 414

£200-300

A WALNUT TABLE CABINET PROBABLY LATE 17th CENTURY With arrangement of drawers 43cm high, 50cm wide, 28cm deep £300-500

418 AN OAK AND PINE SIDE CABINET NORTH EUROPEAN, 18TH CENTURY AND LATER 162cm high, 73cm wide, 36cm deep £200-300

415

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420 A VICTORIAN GILTWOOD AND COMPOSITION WALL MIRROR LATE 19TH CENTURY With fluted pilasters and ribbons to the frieze 153cm high, 129cm wide £300-500

421 A VICTORIAN WALNUT LIBRARY DESK MID 19TH CENTURY The rectangular top with rounded corners and a leather inset on turned twin end supports and a turned stretcher, with recessed castors 76cm high, the top 151cm wide, 120cm deep

419

419 A PAIR OF MAHOGANY AND UPHOLSTERED THREE-SEAT SOFAS IN THE MANNER OF HOWARD & SONS, OF RECENT MANUFACTURE each 87cm high, 238cm wide, 105cm deep overall The fabric by repute from Colefax & Fowler.

£1,000-1,500 420

£2,500-3,500

421

419

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422 A GEORGE II MAHOGANY ‘BIRD CAGE’ TRIPOD TABLE PROBABLY IRISH, MID 18TH CENTURY 71cm high, the top 75cm diameter £600-800

425 A GROUP OF SPECIMEN TURNED WOODEN MODELS OF FRUIT Contained within a natural wood bowl 30cm diameter Together with a collection of twelve turned wooden models of eggs, contained within a simulated marble tazza, 18cm high, 25.5cm diameter 425

£180-220

423

422

A GEORGE II MAHOGANY BUREAU CABINET CIRCA 1750 The shaped panel doors enclosing, above slides, the bureau base with an arrangement of drawers and pigeonholes above a well 214cm high, 106cm wide, 60cm deep £700-1,000

426

426 A MAHOGANY CARD TABLE IN GEORGE II IRISH STYLE CIRCA 1740 AND LATER the top opening to baize plain surface and counter wells above a frieze drawer, 73cm high, 81cm wide, 40cm deep

424

Provenance: Little Wolford Manor, Warwickshire £250-350

423

427 424 A QASHQAI RUG Approximately 207 x 151cm

A GEORGE II CARVED MAHOGANY SIDECHAIR MID 18TH CENTURY The pierced splat above a drop in seat 95cm high

427

£200-300 £200-300

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428

431

A MAHOGANY AND GILT METAL MOUNTED PIER OR WALL MIRROR IN EMPIRE STYLE SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY 184cm high, 90cm wide, 12cm deep

A BRONZED TABLE LAMP 20TH CENTURY After the manner of Augustus Moreau, modelled with a male youth holding a thyrsus and being stung on his side before a crop of bulrushes and reeds, the light fitting modelled as a flower in bloom 56cm high

£500-800

£200-300

429 A CONTINENTAL MAHOGANY AND BRASS MOUNTED CHEST OF DRAWERS 19TH CENTURY Of bowfront outline 103cm high, 110cm wide, 61cm deep

432

£800-1,200

431

428

432 A MAHOGANY CONSOLE TABLE MID 19TH CENTURY 80cm high, 89cm wide, 42cm deep

429

£300-500

433

430 A FRENCH GILTWOOD FAUTEUIL IN LOUIS XVI STYLE 19TH CENTURY On wrythen legs 94cm high 430

186

A FRENCH GILTWOOD AND UPHOLSTERED BERGÈRE ARMCHAIR, IN LOUIS XVI STYLE 20TH CENTURY 93cm high £200-300

£500-800

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434

435

A WOOLWORK SAMPLER OF SOLOMON’S TEMPLE 19TH CENTURY Gilt framed and glazed 48cm high, 53cm wide

A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE CIRCA 1835 73cm high, 133cm diameter

A RECTANGULAR TORTOISESHELL AND IVORY STRUNG TEA CADDY SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY The lid enclosing two subsidiary lidded canisters 13cm high, 20cm wide, 13cm deep

£300-500

£250-350

£100-200

437 434

438 Y A WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD TRIPOD TABLE CIRCA 1835 In the manner of Gillows 58cm high, 48cm diameter

436 A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY SOFA CIRCA 1830 The crest centred with a shell flanked by stylised reeded scrolls and roundels, the reeded feet with brass castors 96cm high, 205cm wide, 63cm deep

£250-350

£600-800

435

438

439 Y A WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD CANTERBURY CIRCA 1835 With x-shaped dividers centred by laurel wreathes, above a frieze drawer 53cm high, 53cm wide, 40cm deep 19th century Similar models of Canterbury are illustrated in the Pictorial Dictionary of British 19th Century Furniture Design

436

439

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442 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TEA CADDY CIRCA 1770 Of bombe outline, the lid enclosing a velvet interior with a pair of silver plated canisters and covers, also of bombe form, 21cm high, 33cm wide, 16cm deep £400-600

442 440

443

440

441

A SET OF EIGHT MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS IN GEORGE III STYLE LATE 19TH CENTURY

A MAHOGANY TWIN PILLAR DINING TABLE IN GEORGE III STYLE RECENTLY MANUFACTURED BY WILLIAM TILLMAN With two additional leaf insertions 74cm high, 278cm long, 115cm wide

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY NIGHT COMMODE LATE 18TH CENTURY The tray top with pierced handles and a shaped front above a door with a slatted base to the interior, the turned legs joined by conforming X-stretcher 85cm high, 36cm wide, 35cm deep

£700-1,000

£300-500

Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house £400-600

443 444

444

441

A CARPET IN PERSIAN STYLE Approximately 372 x 269cm Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house £300-500

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446 Y

448

A CYPRIEN, A SCULPTED ALABASTER FIGURE OF A MAIDEN ON A BENCH 19TH CENTURY The maiden portrayed scantily clad and apparently deep in thought, sat on an exedra seat, on a shaped alabaster plinth base, faintly signed to one rear side of the bench 30cm high

A ROSEWOOD BOOK TROUGH SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY With flanking carry handles and waved gallery 19cm high, 59cm wide, 22cm deep

A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY DUET MUSIC STAND CIRCA 1830 With flanking candle arms 121cm high Together with a Regency mahogany stool, circa 1820, with later upholstery, 53.5cm high, 34cm wide, 34cm deep £300-500

£200-400

£150-250 445

447 Y

448

A GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD AND BRASS INLAID SOFA TABLE CIRCA 1825 In the manner of William Trotter, 76cm high, 150cm wide (open), 71cm deep

449 Y A GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD AND SATINWOOD BANDED CARD TABLE CIRCA 1825 74cm high, 90cm wide, 45cm deep

£400-600 446

£700-1,000

449

450 447 450

A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY CANTERBURY CIRCA 1825 The swept top above the divisions and frieze drawer 49cm high, 48cm wide, 33cm deep £200-300

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454 Y A GEORGE III TORTOISESHELL TEA CADDY CIRCA 1800 Of canted rectangular form, the banded lid enclosing two subsidiary covers 13.5cm high, 16cm wide, 10.5cm deep £300-500

455 Y A GEORGE III TORTOISESHELL TEA CADDY CIRCA 1800 The domed lid enclosing a subsidiary cover 15cm high, 11.5cm wide, 9cm deep

451

454

£200-400

456

452

A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY, SATINWOOD BANDED AND MARQUETRY INLAID CARD TABLE EARLY 20TH CENTURY Of semi-elliptical outline 75cm high, 98cm wide, 48.5cm deep

451 A TRIPTYCH GILTWOOD OVERMANTEL MIRROR LATE 19TH CENTURY The surmount with Campana urn finial and bellflower swags 79cm high, 122cm wide

£300-500

£500-800 455 453

452 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD IN GEORGE III STYLE CIRCA 1905 Of bowfront outline 89cm high, 175cm wide, 77cm deep £300-500

453 A TABRIZ CARPET Approximately 464 x 322cm

456

Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house £200-300

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457

460

461

A ROCOCO WALNUT CARTOUCHE WALL MIRROR MID 18TH CENTURY Probably Genoese, the split plate with scrolling leaf carved surround 112cm high, 63cm wide

A BLACK LACQUERED HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD MID 18TH CENTURY With shelved superstructure above the panel doors enclosing shelves 115cm high

A PAIR OF NEEDLEWORK SEAT COVERS LATE 18TH CENTURY AND LATER Each depicting a tied bouquet 47 x 57cm

Provenance: Purchased Sotheby’s 11 December 1993, £1750 £400-600

£150-250 £400-600

462

458 A GEORGE III OAK OCCASIONAL TABLE MID 18TH CENTURY The oval top above birdcage action 68cm high, the top 73cm x 59cm

A PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY ARMCHAIRS LAST QUARTER 18TH CENTURY Each with a decorative pierced splat back above the drop in seat £300-500

£200-300

460

457

461

458

459

459 A GEORGE III OAK LOWBOY OR SIDE TABLE THIRD QUARTER 18TH CENTURY With a crossbanded and line inlaid top, the fretwork frieze with three frieze drawers, the cabriole legs with pad feet 73cm high, 76cm wide, 50cm deep

462

£300-500 196

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463

466

A BISCUIT PORCELAIN AND ‘JEWELLED’ GILT METAL PORTRAIT BUST OF MARGARET OF ANJOU EARLY 20TH CENTURY with jewelled crown above the serene visage and costume and integral base, signed A D Luenard to one side and inscribed Marguerite Danjou to plinth 24cm high

AN ASH HIGH BACK ARMCHAIR LATE 18TH CENTURY With ladder back and open arms above the rush seat 115cm high £200-300

£150-250

463

466

464 A NEAR PAIR OF OAK PANEL BACK ARMCHAIRS IN 17TH CENTURY STYLE LATE 19TH CENTURY One inscribed IJB 177L, the other bearing date IH 1736 Each approximately 109cm high

467

£300-500

£600-800

A CHARLES II OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS CIRCA 1680 With arrangement of four long drawers 93.5cm high, 101cm wide, 58cm deep

467 468 464

468 A CARPET IN KASHAN STYLE Bearing signature to one end Approximately 367 x 461cm

465 AN IRON STRONGBOX OR ARMADA CHEST 17TH CENTURY, PROBABLY GERMAN With strapwork to the exterior 48cm high, 94cm wide, 49cm deep £500-800 465 198

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Provenance: Little Wolford Manor, Warwickshire £300-500

471 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST ON CHEST CIRCA 1780 The blind fret and dentil cornice above two short and five long drawers, on bracket feet 194cm high, 113cm wide, 55cm deep

A GEORGE II WALNUT DRESSING MIRROR CIRCA 1740 With three drawers to the platform 52cm high Together with another smaller mirror, mid 18th century and later, 44cm high, a George III mahogany tea caddy, circa 1780, 15cm high, and a group of five various 18th century candlesticks, 20cm high and smaller (grp)

£400-600

£200-300

469

471

470 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND LINE INLAID BEDSIDE COMMODE CIRCA 1780 With tambour door above two drawers 79cm high, 56cm wide, 51cm deep Together with another George III mahogany bedside commode, 78cm high, 52cm wide, 48cm deep (2)

472 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS CIRCA 1800 102cm high, 76cm wide, 49cm deep

Provenance: Little Wolford Manor, Warwickshire

£500-700

469

£300-500

472

473 A PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS CIRCA 1780 AND LATER LEATHER UPHOLSTERED Each with rectangular back above seat and square section supports 91cm high £200-300 473 470

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474

477

A FRENCH GILT SPELTER AND SEVRES STYLE PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE LATE 19TH CENTURY With eight day bell striking movement stamped with a MEDAILLE D’ARGENT roundel, the dial with Roman numeral cartouches, the case with urn surmount and flanking columns 41cm high The garniture formed of two further urns, each 32cm high, together with various stands and domes

AFTER JEAN-ANTOINE HOUDON, A PAIR OF SCULPTED ALABASTER BUSTS, PORTRAYING LOUISE AND ALEXANDRE BRONGNIART 20TH CENTURY After the 1777 originals 34cm and 32cm high respectively Louise and Alexandre were the children of Alexandre Théodore Brongniart, the famous architect of the Bourse (old Stock Exchange) in Paris. 477 £500-800

£250-350

478 A FRENCH WALNUT AND GILT METAL MOUNTED COMMODE IN LOUIS XVI STYLE 19TH CENTURY Of bombe outline, the marble top above the arrangement of three drawers 89cm high, 85cm wide, 42cm deep

475 A FRENCH WALNUT AND GILT BRONZE MOUNTED SIDE CABINET EARLY 20TH CENTURY Of reverse breakfront form, with a pair of panelled doors flanking a pair of doors with grilles and cabriole legs with leaf cast mounts 178.5cm high, 221cm wide, 61cm deep

£300-500

£300-500 475

478

476 A FRENCH CARVED GILTWOOD SOFA IN LOUIS XVI STYLE EARLY 20TH CENTURY The frame with profuse floral carving Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house 476

202

479 A LOUIS XVI GILTWOOD ARMCHAIR CIRCA 1780 Upholstered in light green damask fabric 97cm high £300-500

479

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480 A VICTORIAN OAK METAMORPHIC LIBRARY CHAIR CIRCA 1880 The hinged seat allowing the frame to revolve and become a flight of four library steps 89cm high as a chair, 87cm high as steps Models of metamorphic chairs can be seen in the Pictorial Dictionary of British 19th Century Furniture Design, page 265 including designs by Shoolbred Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house £400-600

482

482 A LIMESTONE, POSSIBLY BATH STONE, CHIMNEY PIECE LATE 20TH CENTURY The upper angles decorated with Tudor roses 93cm high, 109.5cm wide, 10cm deep The arched aperture approximately 65cm high, 68cm wide

483 A BRASS FENDER AND A SET OF THREE FIRE TOOLS 19TH CENTURY The pierced fender of serpentine form 123cm wide, 37cm deep

£400-600

481

£200-300

A VICTORIAN OAK OCTAGONAL CENTRE OR LIBRARY TABLE CIRCA 1880, STAMPED MAPLE & CO With tooled leather inset top above 74cm high, 95cm wide, 95cm deep £800-1,200

480

483

484 A BRASS LOG BIN LATE 19TH CENTURY With flanking handles and central armorial 25cm high, 31cm wide Together with a brass jardinière, with lobed basal section, 30cm wide overall, and an Aesthetic Movement oval jardinière, 38cm wide (3)

481

£200-300

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485 A MODERN PAIR OF LARGE PALE GREEN TABLE LAMPS IN CHINESE TASTE Of inverted baluster form 52cm high (excluding fitments) Together with another crackle glazed baluster similar, 54cm high £100-200

488

489

AN EARLY VICTORIAN WALNUT X-FRAME STOOL CIRCA 1840 With upholstered seat above the carved frieze, and X-frame supports 40cm high, 55cm wide, 55cm deep

AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LUGGAGE STAND CIRCA 1840 The slatted top with rounded corners, shaped sides and turned legs 43.5cm high, 61cm wide, 45.5cm deep

£200-300

£300-500

488

485

486

490

A REGENCY BLACK LACQUERED CHEST OF DRAWERS CIRCA 1820 AND LATER Of bowfront outline, with arrangement of three long drawers 88cm high, 93cm wide, 53cm

A PAIR OF MAHOGANY ARCHITECTURAL BEDSIDE CABINETS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE each with a drawer and a door 70cm high, 49cm wide, 42cm deep £200-300

489

£300-500

486

487 A REGENCY EBONISED AND BRASS INLAID SIDE CHAIR CIRCA 1815 83cm high Together with a Victorian height adjustable tripod music stand, with lyre rest, 117cm high (at its lowest) 487

£200-300 490

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491 A CONTINENTAL YELLOW PAINTED WROUGHT IRON TEN LIGHT CHANDELIER 20TH CENTURY With open scroll work throughout Approximately 120cm high, 105cm diameter Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house

493

£1,200-1,800

491

493

494

A PAIR OF MAHOGANY AND UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIRS IN THE MANNER OF HOWARD & SONS, OF RECENT MANUFACTURE each 89cm high, 70cm wide, 94cm deep overall The fabric possibly supplied by Cole & Fowler.

A PAIR OF MAHOGANY AND UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIRS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE After the manner of Howard & Sons Each 89cm high, 70cm wide, 94cm deep overall The fabric possibly by Colefax & Fowler.

£600-1,000

£500-800

492

492 A PAIR OF SOFAS IN HOWARD STYLE OF RECENT MANUFACTURE Each upholstered in an off-white woven fabric, the square tapering legs with brass castors, 86cm high, 180cm wide, 100cm deep Together with a rectangular footstool, 43cm high, 91cm wide, 46cm deep, and two brown, duck egg and offwhite patterned cushions

494

£1,200-1,800 208

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495 Y

498

A REGENCY TORTOISESHELL AND IVORY BANDED TEA CADDY CIRCA 1820 Of bowfront outline, with beehive moulded front, the lid enclosing a pair of subsidiary lids 17cm high, 15cm wide, 9cm deep

A REGENCY PAPIER-MACHE TRAY WITH POLYCHROME FOLIATE BORDERS 82cm x 59cm Together with a Victorian papier-Mache tray, of hourglass outline, and with gilt geometric borders with paper retailer’s label ‘SOLIHULL AND BIRMINGHAM’, and etched ‘PREMIER’ with a diamond shaped patent registration, 77cm x 56cm (2)

£500-700

495

£300-500

496 A REGENCY MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE CIRCA 1820, IN THE MANNER OF GILLOWS With single frieze drawer and opposing false drawer front On ring turned legs 76cm high, 63cm wide, 45cm deep

496

£400-600

497

499

A HARLEQUIN SET OF EIGHT MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY To include four armchairs £600-800

500

499 AN OVAL MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE IN REGENCY STYLE RECENTLY MANUFACTURED BY WILLIAM TILLMAN 72.5cm high, the oval top 172 x 122cm £400-600

500 A KASHAN RUG Approximately 158 x 116cm £200-300 497

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503 501 A GEORGE II WALNUT SIDE CHAIR CIRCA 1740 With fiddle shaped splat above a later tapestry upholstered seat and cabriole legs 100cm high

AN ITALIAN SCULPTED ALABASTER MODEL OF A NUBIAN ARCHER LATE 18TH OR EARLY 19TH CENTURY Modelled holding an urn on an oval Portoro marble base 20cm high £300-500

Provenance: Little Wolford Manor, Warwickshire £300-500

503

504 A GEORGE II WALNUT BUREAU CIRCA 1740 Of narrow proportion, the fall enclosing a fitted interior with pigeonholes, drawers, and central cupboard above a concealed well 101cm high, 57cm wide, 50cm deep

501

£800-1,200

502

504

A WALNUT SECRETAIRE EARLY 18TH CENTURY The fall enclosing a fitted interior, and with two short and two long drawers Approximately 175cm high, 110cm wide, 55cm deep

505 A WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS 18TH CENTURY AND LATER With quarter veneered and crossbanded top over three short and three long graduated drawers above bracket feet 96.5cm high, 97.7cm wide

£1,500-2,500

£400-600

502

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509

506 A FRENCH GILT AND PATINATED BRONZE CLOCK GARNITURE EARLY 20TH CENTURY, H & F, PARIS The timepiece movement with white enamel Arabic numeral dial with swag decoration, the case modelled with cavorting amorini 19cm high Together with a pair of candlesticks to form the garniture with conforming amorini mounts, each 14.5cm high

A PAIR OF GILT BRONZE MODELS OF PSYCHE AND CUPID EARLY 19TH CENTURY Each modelled holding rose-pattern candle arms, Psyche with butterfly wings, Cupid feathered wings, each atop a cylindrical red marble plinth and laurel cast collar and square section base 34cm high £500-800

£300-500

510

506

A LOUIS XVI MAHOGANY AND BRASS MOUNTED COMMODE CIRCA 1790 With brocatelle violette marble top 91cm high, 126cm wide, 60cm deep

507 TWO MATCHED FRENCH MAHOGANY CIRCULAR TABLES ONE 19TH CENTURY, THE OTHER CIRCA 1900 Each with a pierced brass gallery and grey marble top, the friezes the two drawers on turned and fluted legs, one with castors, 76cm high, 66cm diameter and 74cm high, 66cm diameter respectively

509

Provenance: Private Collection, London For a related commode of the period but without a gilt brass gallery and less well figured timber, see Christie’s, South Kensington, Christie’s Interiors - Style & Spirit, 10th June 2014, Lot 90 (£4,375).

£600-800 £1,000-1,500 507 (part lot)

508 A SUITE OF GILTWOOD SEAT FURNITURE COMPRISING A CANAPE AND A PAIR OF FAUTEUILS IN LOUIS XV STYLE, 19TH CENTURY The fauteuils 86cm high, 60cm wide, 60cm deep £600-800

508

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511 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TRAY CIRCA 1780 Of coopered construction and oval form 60cm wide And another, smaller, example, circa 1760, 51cm wide (2)

511

£300-500

514

512

513

514

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND SYCAMORE OVAL PEMBROKE TABLE CIRCA 1790 The top with a penwork band, above a frieze drawer and opposing false drawer, and on straight tapering legs with castors 71cm high, the top 94cm wide (open), 76cm deep

A SET OF SIX REGENCY MAHOGANY ARMCHAIRS CIRCA 1815 Each with bar back above horizontal slats and lozenge, and an upholstered seat Each 84cm high £1,200-1,800

£400-600

512 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT SIDEBOARD LATE 18TH CENTURY The central drawer flanked by double fronted deep drawers, one with a removeable brass liner 92cm high, 151cm wide, 63cm deep 513

£300-500

515

515 A LATE GEORGE III MAHOGANY DINING TABLE CIRCA 1810 With a pair of D-shaped ends and central drop leaf section, on ring turned legs 73cm high, 137cm wide, 284cm long overall (extended) £400-600

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516 A PAIR OF BLACK PATINATED METAL FOUR GLASS LANTERNS 20TH CENTURY, PROBABLY FRENCH Of tapered square section form approximately 133cm high

519 G. STEWART (20TH CENTURY) STILL LIFE OF FLOWERS IN AN URN Oil on canvas, in an oval mount Signed (lower right) 122 x 91.5cm (48 x 36 in.)

£1,000-1,500 516

£400-600

519

520

517

A MAHOGANY ADJUSTABLE STANDARD LAMP 19TH CENTURY With lamp bouillotte style fitment and tole shade, on a triskelion base 153cm high (highest), 124cm high (lowest)

A GEORGE II OAK LONGCASE CLOCK CIRCA 1740, EVERARD BILLINGTON, MARKET HARBOROUGH The 30 hour movement with brass 10inch dial with Roman numeral chapter ring and single (hour) hand, inscribed E Billington, Harborough to lower margin, the oak case 215cm high overall £500-700

£300-500

518

518

517

A BIDJAR RUNNER Approximately 459 x 108cm

520

521

Provenance: Christie’s Hackwood Park, 20, 21st and 22nd April 1998, lot 1090 £2,400 (hammer). With a copy of the catalogue for the sale

A WALNUT AND BANDED KNEEHOLE DESK 18TH CENTURY With arrangement of drawers around the kneehole cupboard 77cm high, 83cm wide, 47cm deep

£400-600

£500-700

521

219

525

522 A REGENCY GILTWOOD AND EBONISED CONVEX WALL MIRROR CIRCA 1820 65cm diameter

A PAIR OF BRONZE AND CUT GLASS CORNUCOPIA CIRCA 1820 The swagged urn with gilt ram’shead foot above a base with outscrolled feet 23cm high, 16cm wide, 9.5cm deep

525

£250-350

£300-500

526 A REGENCY MAHOGANY CIRCULAR OCCASIONAL TABLE CIRCA 1820 With single frieze drawer above triple supports and triform base 74cm high, 55cm diameter

522

£500-800

523 526

523

524

527 Y

A STAINED OAK HALL BENCH 19TH CENTURY To the design by George Smith, the raised arms with quatrefoil motifs 74cm high, 124cm wide, 28cm deep ***19TH CENT BOOK REF***

A VICTORIAN BRASS AND CAST IRON STICK STAND LATE 19TH CENTURY Of tubular form with four divisions and a drip pan 63cm high, 22.5cm wide

A REGENCY ROSEWOOD AND BRASS INLAID CHIFFONIER CIRCA 1815 With simulated rosewood shelved superstructure 150cm high, 104cm wide, 48cm deep overall

£600-800

£200-300

£400-600

524

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221

531

528 A COCO DE MER NUT, LODOICEA MALDIVICA Converted to a bowl or cutlery tray 16cm high, 30cm deep

A GROUP OF EIGHT LIGNUM VITAE GOBLETS EARLY 20TH CENTURY Comprising four large example, three smaller, and another

£200-300 £200-300

531

528

529

530

AN OAK CRICKET TABLE LATE 18TH CENTURY 70cm high, 58cm diameter

A PAIR OF CLISSET CHAIRS 19TH CENTURY Almost certainly by Phillip Clisset of Bosbury, Herefordshire 89cm high

£300-500

£300-500

532

529

533

532 AN OAK DRESSER BASE MID 18TH CENTURY With an arrangement of three frieze drawers above the panel doors 82cm high, 148cm wide, 43cm deep £200-400

533 A TABRIZ CARPET Approximately 382 x 276cm

530

£300-500

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537 534 A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY CHEVAL MIRROR CIRCA 1825 In the manner of Gillows, with turned supports and paterae 164cm high, 79cm wide, 64cm deep

A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY FOUR TIER WHATNOT CIRCA 1825 The hinged ratchet adjustable top with rest above three tiers divided by turned uprights and incorporating a drawer, on turned legs, brass caps and porcelain castors 140cm high, 54cm wide, 40cm deep £200-300

Provenance: Little Wolford Manor, Warwickshire £300-500

538

534 537

535 Y A GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD WRITING TABLE CIRCA 1830 In the manner of Gillows, 74.5cm high, 91cm wide, 55cm deep

535

538 Y

539

A REGENCY MAHOGANY AND EBONY INLAID CARD TABLE CIRCA 1820 In the manner of Gillows 76cm high, 88cm wide, 44cm deep

A PAIR OF GEORGE IV MAHOGANY AND PARCEL GILT SIDE CHAIRS CIRCA 1830, IN THE MANNER OF GILLOWS With scrolling back rail and uprights, above drop in seat and reeded legs

£200-300

£300-500

£600-800

536 Y A REGENCY SOLID ROSEWOOD AND UPHOLSTERED STOOL CIRCA 1820 With removable button upholstered cushion 42cm high overall, 71cm wide, 46cm deep 536

£300-500 539

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540

542

540

542

A PAIR OF DANISH FRAMED TERRACOTTA ROUNDELS LATE 19TH CENTURY In Grand Tour style after designs by Thorvaldsen depicting ‘Ages of Man’ and ‘Hercules receiving the Draught of Immortality from Hebe’, with a simulated bronze painted finish Impressed P. Ipsen / Kjobenhavn / eneret / 355 & 393 respectively 28cm diameter

A MODERN PATINATED AND WHITE PLASTER MODEL OF A CHARIOTEER AFTER THE ANTIQUE Moulded in relief and in an ebonised frame 56cm high, 100cm wide overall £400-600

£300-500

541

543

A SCULPTED ALABASTER GROUP OF TWO MAIDENS LATE 19TH CENTURY Both scantily clad, embracing and inspecting a butterfly that one has caught, above a circular base 36cm high Atop a carved cylindrical section plinth 55cm high overall

A PLASTER MODEL OF CRUEGAS, AFTER ANTONIO CANOVA (1757-1822) 67cm high £600-800

£500-700

541 226

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544 A PAIR OF ETCHED GLASS WALL MIRRORS IN VENETIAN TASTE 20TH CENTURY Each 98cm high, 55cm wide £500-700

544 547

546

547

548

A QUARTZ ‘CATHEDRAL’ CITRINE GEODE TIP On a stained wooden base 30cm high overall

A LARGE SECTION OF PETRIFIED WOOD PREHISTORIC, POSSIBLY DEVONIAN PERIOD 93cm high, 44cm wide

£200-400 £400-600

548 545

545 A CREAM PAINTED AND UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIR, IN VICTORIAN ‘GOTHIC REVIVAL’ TASTE 20TH CENTURY 97cm high, 62cm wide, 78cm deep overall

549 A WROUGHT METAL AND SIMULATED MARBLE TOPPED CENTRE TABLE LATE 20TH CENTURY 75cm high, 138cm diameter

549

£200-300 £300-500

546 A TURKISH RUNNER Approximately 367 x 83cm £300-500 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553

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550 A GEORGE II MAHOGANY AND GILTWOOD WALL MIRROR MID 18TH CENTURY The cresting centred by a fruiting basket 113cm high, 64cm wide £600-800

551

552

A PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS THIRD QUARTER 18TH CENTURY, IN THE MANNER OF THOMAS CHIPPENDALE Each with a drop in seat 97cm high

MANNER OF PIAT-JOSEPH SAUVAGE ALLEGORY OF MUSIC; ALLEGORY OF ART Oil on canvas, a pair en grisaille, oval Each 135.5 x 111cm (53¼ x 43½ in.) Unframed (2)

Provenance: Elibank House, Taplowa Grade II Listed Queen Anne house Purchased Sotheby’s West Wycombe Park, 1998

£300-500 552

553 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TRIPOD TABLE CIRCA 1780 With birdcage action, the turned stem with wrythen vase, 72cm high, 71cm diameter

£800-1,200

£300-500 550

553

554 A MAHOGANY CHEST ON STAND IN GEORGE III STYLE 19TH CENTURY The arrangement of two short and three long drawers above a further long drawer to the stand, on cabriole legs with facetted pad feet 156cm high, 115cm wide, 55cm deep

551

554

£500-800 230

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555 A WALNUT AND PARCEL GILT OVERMANTEL WALL MIRROR IN FRENCH TASTE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY With cartouche shaped bevelled plate 120cm high, 155cm wide

557

558

A CLEAR GLASS AND METAL SIX BRANCH CHANDELIER WITH PRISM DROPS MODERN, PROBABLY ITALIAN 88cm high, approximately 67cm diameter

AN ITALIAN PAINTED AND GILTWOOD CONSOLE TABLE WITH MARBLE TOP SECOND HALF 18TH CENTURY 109.5cm high, 111cm wide, 45cm deep £1,200-1,800

£300-500 £800-1,200

556

555 557

A SET OF SIX GEORGE III GILTWOOD AND TAPESTRY UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIRS IN LOUIS XV STYLE, SECOND HALF 18TH CENTURY Each with shield shaped back above the seat and cabriole legs 90cm high Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house Mallett £1,500-2,500

558

556

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559

562

A GROUP OF MARBLE, SERPENTINE, AND ALABASTER OBJECTS Comprising; a turned baluster vase 30cm high, an urn on stand 33.5cm high, two bud vases, a taperstick 13.5cm high, and a dish 15cm diameter

AN ITALIAN BROWN ‘MARBLE ONYX’ VASE 20TH CENTURY 30cm high £200-300

£120-180

560 A REGENCY MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE CIRCA 1820, IN THE MANNER OF GILLOWS Of bowfront outline 79cm high, 107cm wide, 53cm deep

559

562

£600-800

561 A PAIR OF MAHOGANY LIBRARY ARMCHAIRS IN REGENCY STYLE EARLY 20TH CENTURY AND LATER, AFTER THE MANNER OF GILLOWS Each with canework back arms, and seat, in differing removable upholstery 97cm high, 61cm wide, 63cm deep

563 A REGENCY MAHOGANY BOOKCASE OR DISPLAY CABINET EARLY 19TH CENTURY The glazed and wire doors opening to a glass shelved interior, the base with panelled doors opening to five graduating drawers 211cm high, 110cm wide, 48cm deep

560

£1,000-1,500

£400-600

563

564 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CANTERBURY CIRCA 1810 With swept top above the dividers and single drawer 53cm high Together with a George III mahogany and brass bound bucket, circa 1780, of coopered construction, 32cm high excluding handle (2)

561

564 (part lot)

£300-500

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565 TWO FRENCH CARRIAGE TIMEPIECES VARIOUSLY LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY Comprising; an R & Co carriage clock, 13.5cm high (excluding handle), and a repeater carriage clock, 13cm high £200-300 565

566 A CONTINENTAL CREAM PAINTED AND PARCEL GILT SIDE CABINET 19TH CENTURY 110cm high, 151cm wide, 55cm deep

568

£400-600

567 A PAIR OF WALNUT AND UPHOLSTERED OPEN ARMCHAIRS, IN CONTINENTAL LATE 17TH OR EARLY 18TH CENTURY STYLE EARLY 20TH CENTURY With later upholstery and bobbin turned stretchers Each 107cm high

568

569

AN ITALIAN CREAM PAINTED AND POLYCHROME DECORATED PEDESTAL DESK POSSIBLY VENETIAN, FIRST HALF 20TH CENTURY Florally decorated overall 75cm high, 156.5cm wide, 71cm deep

A PAIR OF CARVED WALNUT AND UPHOLSTERED OPEN ARMCHAIRS IN LOUIS XIV STYLE LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY Each with floral patterned upholstery 119cm high

Provenance: Private collection removed from 9, Royal Crescent, Bath

£800-1,200

£800-1,200

£500-700 566

569 567

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572 λ 570 JULIAN CHICHESTER, AN EBONISED AND MIRRORED BOOKCASE IN REGENCY TASTE MODERN 238cm high, 129cm wide, 44cm deep

ANDREW INGAMELLS (1956- ) ‘APSLEY GATEAFTER DECIMUS BURTON’ Crayon, pencil and watercolour Signed and dated 1992 30.5 by 89cm Provenance: Grosvenor Gallery exhibitionAndrew Ingamells ‘In the minds eye’, London June-July 1994, No.9 (Inv. 1027)

£500-800

571 JULIAN CHICHESTER, AN EBONISED AND PARCEL GILT LOW CENTRE TABLE IN REGENCY TASTE MODERN With mirrored tray top above the simulated bamboo supports, 53cm high, 102cm wide, 61cm deep £300-500

572

£400-600

573 A PAIR OF BRASS TORCHERE LAMPS, IN NEO-CLASSICAL TASTE MODERN Each with a dished uplighter above the stem and triform base 205cm high £400-600

574 A PAIR OF GILT METAL AND GLASS TWO-TIER ETAGERES IN REGENCY STYLE, 20TH CENTURY In the manner of Mallett, each with fircone finials 49cm high, 63cm wide, 63cm deep

570

573

£400-600

571

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577

577 A PAIR OF WALNUT, PINE, AND BRASS BOUND JARDINIERES LATE 18TH OR EARLY 19TH CENTURY Of coopered form, each element of the coopered sides cut as an oyster section, on squat feet, Each 20cm high, 79cm diameter £800-1,200 575

575

576

A SET OF FOUR GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS POSSIBLY IRISH, CIRCA 1780 Each with a pierced vase shaped splat back above blue upholstered drop in seat and blind fretwork moulded frieze and legs Each 96.5cm high

A MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE OR SIDE TABLE IN GEORGE III STYLE, IN THE MANNER OF THOMAS CHIPPENDALE, 19TH CENTURY With blind fretwork frieze 83.5cm high, 127cm wide, 58cm deep

578

Provenance: Private collection removed from 9, Royal Crescent, Bath

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY FOLDING TEA TABLE CIRCA 1790 Decorated with blind fretwork decoration to the friezes and legs 72cm high, 91cm wide, 45cm deep

£600-800

£400-600

578

£700-1,000

576

579 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS CIRCA 1780 With arrangement of three short and three long drawers 92cm high, 108cm wide, 55cm deep £800-1,200

579

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580

581

A CARVED STONE STAND OR A SECTION FROM A CAPITAL POSSIBLY 13TH OR 14TH CENTURY Of waisted and knopped form 21cm high

A GEORGE III PANELLED OAK CHEST SECOND HALF 18TH CENTURY 88cm high, 135cm wide, 56cm deep £200-400

£300-500 580

583 A NORTH EUROPEAN WALNUT, PALMWOOD, EBONISED AND ‘SEAWEED’ MARQUETRY CABINET POSSIBLY FLEMISH, 18TH CENTURY 161cm high, 130cm wide, 58cm deep £1,000-1,500

584 A TABRIZ CARPET Approximately 477 x 349cm £800-1,200

583 584 581

582 A WALNUT HIGH BACK ARMCHAIR IN LATE 17TH CENTURY STYLE Upholstered in pale red velvet, and on turned supports, 124cm high Together with another similar chair, upholstered to match, on scroll supports, 124cm high (2) £400-600 582 (part lot)

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585

587

A REGENCY MAHOGANY AND LINE INLAID LIBRARY BOOKCASE CIRCA 1820 With astragal glazed doors 237cm high, 161cm wide, 39cm deep

FRANZ ANTON VON ZAUNER A GILT BRONZE MODEL OF A PUTTO READING EARLY 19TH CENTURY Inscribed ZAUNER FEC to rear 14cm high, mounted on a black slate base 16cm high overall, the base 11.5 x 16cm

£800-1,200 £300-500

587

586

588

TWO MAHOGANY LIBRARY ARMCHAIRS FIRST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY One with padded arms and lower sliding rails, 92cm high, the other of traditional form, 92cm high

A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY CYLINDER WRITING DESK CIRCA 1825 The reeded edge top over the cylinder fall enclosing a fitted interior with an arrangement of eight pigeon-holes and two recesses above a leather inset writing slide, above two frieze drawers and ring turned and tapering legs 104cm high, 109cm wide

£400-600 588

£300-500

585

589 A REGENCY MAHOGANY LIBRARY STEP COMMODE CIRCA 1820 With tooled leather insets to the treads, the top hinged, the central step drawing to reveal the compartment 69cm high, 41cm wide, 74cm deep £250-350

586

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245

590 A MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK IN GEORGE III STYLE EARLY 20TH CENTURY With eight day chiming movement, the arched silvered Roman numeral dial with CHIME/SILENT and chime selector subsidiary dials, the case of traditional form 195cm high

593 A MAHOGANY AND PARCEL GILT DISPLAY CABINET IN GEORGE III STYLE EARLY 20TH CENTURY The glazed doors enclosing shelves 194cm high, 136cm wide, 53cm deep

£500-700

591 AN EDWARDIAN SATINWOOD AND MARQUETRY SIDE TABLE EARLY 20TH CENTURY With stylised leaves and roundels with classical figures, on tapering legs with an x stretcher 74.5cm high, 66.5cm wide, 51cm deep

Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house Ex Mentmore £300-500

594

593

A MAHOGANY AND PINK UPHOLSTERED SOFA IN GEORGE III STYLE MID 20TH CENTURY 86cm high, 156cm wide, 85cm deep

£300-500

£300-500

590 592

591

592 A TURKISH RUNNER Approximately 374 x 89cm £300-500 594 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553

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595 Y

598

AN EARLY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD WORK TABLE CIRCA 1850 The hinged lid enclosing the work bag, on turned stem and platform base 73cm high, 44cm wide, 34cm deep

A CARVED GILTWOOD FRAMED WALL MIRROR SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY 95cm high, 92 cm wide

£200-300

£300-500

599

596 Y A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD TOPPED CENTRE TABLE CIRCA 1860 The circular top above a carved baluster stem and outswept legs 75cm high, 137cm diameter

A VICTORIAN PINE CHEST OF DRAWERS CIRCA 1870 With simulated bamboo mouldings throughout 77cm high, 97cm wide, 52cm deep £400-600

£400-600

598

595

600 A PAIR OF SIMULATED BAMBOO OPEN ARMCHAIRS SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY Each with a rush seat 87cm high Together with another similar yellow painted example, (3)

597 A LARGE MAHOGANY AND UPHOLSTERED SOFA IN THE MANNER OF HOWARD & SONS, IN VICTORIAN STYLE, OF RECENT MANUFACTURE 86cm high, 257cm wide, 105cm deep overall

£400-600 599

£1,000-1,500

596

600

597 248

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601 AFTER WILLIAM POWELL FRITH DERBY DAY; THE RAILWAY STATION Engravings by Auguste Blanchard; Francis Holl, respectively Overall 93.5 x 152cm (36¾ x 59¾ in.), a set of two (2) £500-700 601

601

602 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEVAL MIRROR CIRCA 1810 129cm high, 69cm wide, 47cm deep

604

Provenance: Little Wolford Manor, Warwickshire 604

£250-350

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE CIRCA 1790 On downswept legs 70cm high, 152cm wide, 62cm deep £300-500

605 Y 602

603

603

A LATE GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND EBONISED BEDSIDE COMMODE CIRCA 1810 80.5cm high, 69cm wide, 53.5cm deep

A MAHOGANY, EBONY, AND SATINWOOD BANDED CHEST OF DRAWERS LATE 18TH CENTURY AND LATER Of serpentine outline and with arrangement of three drawers 87cm high, 111cm wide, 59cm deep Provenance Lady Victoria Getty £400-600

£400-600 605 250

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609 606

606 A MODERN ITALIAN CUT CLEAR GLASS CHANDELIER With arrangement of three sconces above the six arms Approximately 46cm high, 74cm wide

609

£500-700 610

607 A SWEDISH PINE CABINET 19TH CENTURY The pair of panelled doors enclosing shelves, the base with wrought iron side handles 179cm high, 117cm wide, 56cm deep

A PATINATED BRONZE MODEL OF A TETHERED HOUND 33cm long Together with a model of a bolving stag, 34cm high £800-1,200

£800-1,200 607

608

608

A CONTINENTAL ‘BUTCHER’S BLOCK’ SIDE TABLE 20TH CENTURY 71cm high, 114cm wide, 73cm deep £600-800

610

611

A LOW COUNTRIES PAINTED AND SCUMBLED OVAL TABLE 19TH CENTURY The oval top above square section and turned supports, the underside painted text above a quatrefoil cartouche with a depiction of Christ and Mary Magdalene, and flanked by pendant cherries 63cm high, 89cm wide, 65cm deep, 103cm high (open)

A MAHOGANY SPINDLE BACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIR 19TH CENTURY With flowerheads carved to the arm terminals on spirally reeded supports, with a shaped seat flanked by carved scrolls, the turned legs spirally reeded and fluted 106cm high, 61cm wide, 56cm deep 611 £200-300

£300-500 252

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612

614

TWO PAIRS OF CURTAINS Each in green fabric with repeating swan and foliate motifs One pair approximately 78cm wide (at the tops) 258cm drop overall The second approximately 131cm wide, 269cm drop overall

A PAIR OF WHITE MARBLE AND GILT METAL MOUNTED CANDELABRA EARLY 20TH CENTURY The floral cast arms above the marble urn on mask and monopodia supports and triform base 63cm high, bases 18cm wide

614

£200-400 £400-600

612

615 A PAIR OF PAINTED AND SIMULATED OPEN BOOKCASES Of breakfront outline, each with a central section flanked by quarter pilasters and narrow sections, and containing adjustable shelves Each 100cm high, 160cm wide, 45.5cm deep

613

615

£400-600

613 A LARGE GREEN UPHOLSTERED SOFA OR BANQUETTE IN 19TH CENTURY TASTE, 20TH CENTURY With stained wood legs to the front and with removable cushions 65cm high, 270cm wide, approximately 100cm deep overall £1,000-1,500 254

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616

619

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY BUREAU BOOKCASE CIRCA 1775 The fall opening to an arrangement of pigeon holes and short drawers around a central fall fronted cupboard door, above a baize inset writing surface 235cm high, 117cm wide, 56cm deep

AN IRISH GILTWOOD OVAL WALL MIRROR 19TH CENTURY With old paper label to rear for M. BUTLER...UPPER ABBEY STREET, DUBLIN to rear 67cm high, 51cm wide £200-300

£600-800

617 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CARD TABLE CIRCA 1780 74cm high, 91cm wide, 45.5cm deep Together with another, later, example, 75cm high, 91cm wide, 45cm deep (2) 619

620

£250-350

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TRIPOD READING STAND CIRCA 1770 The rectangular top with easel support and ratchet action concealing two swivel candlestands, on a gun-barrel pillar and cabriole legs with lappet knees, the pad feet with castors 73.5cm high, 41cm deep, 63cm wide

616

617

£500-800 620

618

621 618 AN AFSHAR RUG Approximately 163 x 136cm £200-300

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY SPINDLE BACK ARMCHAIR PROBABLY NORTH COUNTRY, LATE 18TH CENTURY With low side stretchers to the underside of the feet 87cm high, 64.5cm wide, 55cm deep

621

£400-600 257

624 Y AN EARLY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD COMBINATION GAMES AND WORK TABLE CIRCA 1840 In the manner of Gillows 75cm high, 67cm wide, 42cm deep £300-500 624

625 Y AN EARLY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD CENTRE TABLE CIRCA 1850 The tilt top on a facetted baluster pedestal, the circular platform with three scroll carved feet 73cm high, 129cm diameter

622

£400-600 625

623

622

623

626

A LARGE VICTORIAN GILTWOOD AND GESSO WALL MIRROR LATE 19TH CENTURY Approximately 230cm high, 180cm wide overall

A BEECH AND PRINTED UPHOLSTERY SOFA BY HOWARD CHAIRS LTD, LATE 20TH CENTURY With label to the underside for ‘HOWARD CHAIRS LTD, MAKERS OR CHAIRS & SETTEES, 30-31 LYME STREET LONDON NW1 0EE’ 87cm high, 245cm wide, 105cm deep

A NAIN CARPET Approximately 341 x 252cm

£800-1,200

£2,000-3,000 258

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£500-800

626

630 A PAIR OF GILT FRENCH CANDELABRA IN LATE 19TH CENTURY STYLE 20TH CENTURY Each with floriform sconces and decoration 84cm high

627

627 Y

£300-500

A FRENCH ‘BOULLE’ WORK AND ROSEWOOD LINED STATIONARY BOX LAST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY The lock inscribed BERTHET, FAB. R DU TEMPLE 198 PARIS, of rectangular form, with typical red tortoiseshell and brass inlay 26.5cm wide Together with a similar ‘Boulle’ and ebony pen tray 25cm wide (2)

630

631 Y A TULIPWOOD, GILT METAL MOUNTED, AND MARQUETRY INLAID CENTRE TABLE 19TH CENTURY In Louis XV style 77cm high, 143cm wide, 88cm deep

£200-300 £1,000-1,500

628 A FRENCH OAK FILING CABINET OR CARTONNIER EARLY 20TH CENTURY With three banks of leatherette filing drawers, each secured by a Wellington action 207cm high, 141cm wide, 38cm deep £500-800 628

629 A PAIR OF FRENCH CREAM PAINTED SIDE CHAIRS, IN LOUIS XVI STYLE LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY Each 97cm high

631

£200-300 629 260

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634

635

A GILTWOOD AND EBONISED TORCHERE IN 18TH CENTURY ITALIAN STYLE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY Of triform section, with large shade, 180cm high, approximately 225cm high with shade

A CONTINENTAL WALNUT AND INLAID BUREAU DATED 1752 The fall enclosing a fitted interior 116cm high, 119cm wide, 61cm deep

£600-800

Provenance: Private Collection, The Old Rectory, Gloucestershire £300-500

632 (part lot)

632

633

A SET OF EIGHT STAINED OAK DINING CHAIRS IN EARLY 18TH CENTURY STYLE OF RECENT MANUFACTURE To include a pair of armchairs

AN ASH REFECTORY TABLE 20TH CENTURY With two frieze drawers to one long side 77.5cm high, 103cm wide, 299cm long

£500-700

£1,800-2,500

634

635

633

636 A SARAB CARPET Approximately 375 x 217cm £400-600

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639

640

A GEORGE III GILTWOOD WALL MIRROR CIRCA 1760 Of small proportion 75cm high, 46cm wide

A GEORGE III OAK TRIPOD TABLE CIRCA 1790 69cm high, the top 52cm diameter

£200-300

£400-600

637 A GEORGE II MAHOGANY BUREAU BOOKCASE MID 18TH CENTURY The panel moulded doors opening to adjustable shelves, the fall opening to an arrangement of small drawers and pigeon holes around a central small cupboard door 203cm high, 104cm wide, 58cm deep £1,200-1,800

639

641

640

A MAHOGANY AND BROWN LEATHER UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIR IN GEORGE II STYLE LAST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY With wing back and arms above the carved cabriole legs terminating in claw and ball feet 123cm high

637

638 A GEORGE II MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS MID-18TH CENTURY With a brushing slide 79.5cm high, 76cm wide, 41cm deep £700-1,000

638

Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house The 6th Earl of Rosebery, Mentmore Towers, Buckinghamshire, sold Sotheby’s house sale, Mentmore, 18-27 May 1977 ‘Property from the collection of the late Jane, Lady Abdy’, This armchair is believed to have been in the magnificent collection of the Rothschild/Rosebery family at Mentmore Towers, Buckinghamshire, a grand country estate

641

£400-600 264

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645

642 A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY CHEVAL MIRROR CIRCA 1835 The arched plate supported on scroll ends and above a platform base 158cm high, 87cm wide, 65cm deep £400-600

£200-300

646 A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY AND MARBLE TOPPED CENTRE TABLE CIRCA 1835 Attributed to T & G Seddon 71cm high, 112cm wide, 70cm deep A similar model of table, albeit without a marble top, is presented in Christopher Gilbert’s Pictorial Dictionary of Marked London Furniture, p.418

643 Y

642

A WILLIAM IV GILTWOOD AND TAPESTRY FIRESCREEN CIRCA 1835 114cm high, 51cm wide

A GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD COMBINED GAMES AND WORK TABLE CIRCA 1830 The chess-board top with rosewood and maple squares, hinged and enclosing a tooled red baize playing surface, above a fitted drawer and work bag, 74cm high, 51cm wide, 41cm deep

£400-600 645

643

£300-500

646

644

644

647

A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY OPEN ARMCHAIR AND A SIMILAR EARLY VICTORIAN OPEN ARMCHAIR SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY Each with a button back, upholstered armrests, scroll carved show frames and castors approximately 98cm high, 64cm wide, 76cm deep

AN HERIZ CARPET Approximately 322 x 242cm

£500-700 266

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£200-300

647

650 A CUT GLASS AND PATINATED METAL TWELVE LIGHT-CANDELABRA, IN THE MANNER OF MAISON JANSEN EARLY 20TH CENTURY 81cm high

648

£250-350

A LOUIS PHILIPPE MAHOGANY TALL CHEST OF DRAWERS CIRCA 1840 With arrangement of seven drawers 157cm high, 105cm wide, 51cm deep Provenance Lady Victoria Getty £300-500

650

651 648

651 A CONTINENTAL BURR WALNUT FRAMED ARMCHAIR CIRCA 1900 With show frame and brass studded blue herringbone velvet upholstery 97cm high, 70cm wide, 75cm deep

649 A FRENCH MAHOGANY AND GREEN MARBLE TOPPED CENTRE TABLE FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY AND LATER The green marble top above the hexagonal baluster support and triform base 72cm high, 98cm diameter

£300-500

652 A MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET IN EMPIRE TASTE LATE 20TH CENTURY Of large, impressive, proportion 270cm high, 230cm wide, 68cm deep

£500-800

£600-800 649 268

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653 A REGENCY MAHOGANY HANGING WATERFALL BOOKCASE CIRCA 1820 The triangular pediment above flight of four shelves 95cm high, 77cm wide, 22.5cm deep £200-300

654

656 A GEORGE IV GILTWOOD AND COMPOSITION OVERMANTEL WALL MIRROR CIRCA 1830 The frieze with chariot scene possibly depicting the Triumph of Apollo led by the Aurora, above the three beveled plates and flanking pilasters 88cm high, 141cm wide £400-600

656

653

657

654 A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY SIDE OR CHAMBER TABLE IN THE MANNER OF GILLOWS, CIRCA 1825 The frieze drawer cedar lined, with flame veneers in beaded panels to the sides and the back 77cm high, 61cm wide, 45.5cm deep See Christopher Gilbert, Furniture at Temple Newsam and Lotherton Hall, p 382, for a related ‘chamber’ writing table. Gillows supplied four such tables with lidded wells to the top to Richard Gascoigne in 1810, for the bedrooms at Parlington Hall, Aberford, three of which are now at Lotherton Hall, Leeds. £600-800

655 Y A WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD FOUR TIER WHATNOT CIRCA 1830 With turned finials and supports, the base with a drawer, on ball feet 110cm high, 41cm wide, 35cm deep £300-500

657

A REGENCY MAHOGANY PEDESTAL BREAKFAST TABLE CIRCA 1820 The rectangular tilt top with a reeded edge, on a turned column, the four reeded outswept legs terminating in brass caps and castors 72cm high, the top 136cm x 97cm £400-600

658 A SET OF SIX GEORGE IV MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS CIRCA 1825 Each with a bar back above a scrolled horizontal splat and rush seat £600-800 658

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662

663

A SET OF THREE VICTORIAN BRASS AND STEEL FIRE TOOLS CIRCA 1880 The shovel 78cm long

A VICTORIAN CAST IRON WOOD BURNING STOVE OR ‘NAUTILUS GRATE’ CIRCA 1885 Designed by James Bazeley Petter, of typical scroll form, with open grate and twin outlet pipes The base indistinctly stamped 51cm high, 65cm wide, 45cm deep

659

£400-600

A SET OF NINE LATE VICTORIAN OAK DINING CHAIRS LATE 19TH CENTURY

664

£300-500

659 (set of 9)

A STEEL AND GILT METAL CLUB FENDER IN VICTORIAN STYLE 20TH CENTURY The corduroy covered rests above the cylindrical uprights with floriform mounts and plinth base External measurements: 55cm high, 180cm wide, 56cm deep Internal measurements: 159cm wide, 45cm deep

Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house Please see our website for full footnote regarding the Petters £200-300

£500-800

660 A VICTORIAN OAK SARCOPHAGUS SHAPED CELLARET MID 19TH CENTURY The hinged top enclosing eight lead lined divisions 59cm high, 108cm wide, 59cm deep 660

£400-600

663 661

662

661 A LAVAR KIRMAN CARPET approximately 321 x 213cm £500-800

664 273

667 HANS MULLER (GERMAN 1874 - 1947), A BRONZE FIGURE ‘WATER CARRIER’ The lady modelled struggling with her pail, her left arm outstretched for balance, on a naturalistic oval base, signed H MULLER to side 45cm high £300-500

668

665

A MAHOGANY, PARCEL GILT, AND PAINTED CONSOLE OR SIDE TABLE IN REGENCY STYLE EARLY 19TH CENTURY AND LATER 85cm high, 92cm wide, 40cm deep

665

666

A MAHOGANY TWIN PEDESTAL OVAL DINING TABLE IN GEORGE IV STYLE OF RECENT MANUFACTURE The top crossbanded and with ebonised stringing, the triform pedestals with paw feet, 75cm high, the top 272cm long, 146cm wide

A KASHAN CARPET Approximately 389 x 286cm

£1,500-2,500

£400-600

667

£800-1,200 668

666

669 A MAHOGANY, EBONISED, AND PARCEL GILT CORNER WHATNOT IN REGENCY STYLE LATE 19TH CENTURY With lion head capitals flanking the five tiers, 159cm high, £500-800

669

275

672 A PIETRA DURA CHESS TABLE 20TH CENTURY The specimen inlaid top above a gilt metal simulated bamboo stand 50cm high, 50cm wide, 50cm deep £500-700 672

670

673 670

671

A COLEFAX AND FOWLER SOFA, IN THE MANNER OF HOWARD & SONS Upholstered in burnt orange ribbed velvet, the square tapering legs with brass castors 88cm high, 203cm wide, 96cm deep

A GOAT-SKIN LEATHER BUTTON UPHOLSTERED CENTRE STOOL RECENTLY MANUFACTURED BY SOANE BRITAIN On beech square section tapering legs 48cm high, 144cm long, 95cm wide

Together with three cushions, in geometric leaf pattern fabric, 55cm

Provenance: Sotheby’s, Knightsbridge, The Christopher Hodsoll Collection, 1st October 2019, Lot 167 (£1,147).

AN OAK AND PARQUETRY INLAID LOW CENTRE TABLE 20TH CENTURY The top with starburst motifs 47cm high, 107cm wide, 55cm deep £300-500 673

£800-1,200 £500-800

674 AN OAK CLUB FENDER 20TH CENTURY Of low proportion, with drop in upholstery to the tops 35cm high, 190cm wide, 69cm deep, the interior 123cm wide, 36cm deep £300-500

671

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676 A FRENCH BRONZE MEDAL LA GRANDE SOURCE LE VITTEL Signed F P Niclausse Mounted on a red marble base, and in original box 12 x 9cm £200-300

676

677

675

AN EARLY VICTORIAN BIRD’S-EYE MAPLE JARDINIERE CIRCA 1840 The lift out central section above a metal lined removable jardiniere recess, on a tapering pedestal, concave sided platform and bun feet 70cm high, the top 46.5cm x 35cm £400-600 677

678 AN EARLY VICTORIAN ASH AND BIRCH LIBRARY TABLE CIRCA 1840 With a frieze drawer above turned end supports and stretcher 72cm high, 101.5cm wide, 63cm deep

675 A PAIR OF BIRCH AND GILT METAL MOUNTED COMMODES, IN EARLY 19TH CENTURY STYLE OF RECENT MANUFACTURE Each with a Siena marble top 87cm high, 136cm wide, 66cm deep

£500-800

678

£2,000-3,000 278

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682 TWO PAIRS OF CURTAINS Each in paisley type fabric with large boteh motifs Approximately 100cm wide (at the tops) 289cm drop overall

679 Y AN ITALIAN WALNUT AND SPECIMEN PARQUETRY INLAID PETIT COMMODE LATE 18TH CENTURY The top with central tulipwood motif 81cm high, 54cm wide, 34cm deep

£200-400

683 A CARVED STONE, PROBABLY MARBLE, PLAQUE One side engraved ART IS MAN’S MOST TRUTHFUL MONUMENT and with T B monogram, the rear with previous memorial inscription regarding Sir Francis Henry Goldsmid Bart (1808-1878) 37 x 57cm

£300-500

679

£200-300 682

684

680 A WALNUT SETTEE IN GEORGE II STYLE, 20TH CENTURY 98cm high, 162cm wide, 72cm deep

A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY KNEEHOLE DESK MID 19TH CENTURY 80cm high, 113cm wide, 54.5cm deep, Together with a Regency mahogany armchair, circa 1820, with leather seat, 83cm high

£400-600

£300-500 683

681

680

681 A TABRIZ CARPET Approximately 333 x 258cm

684

£400-600

281

687 AFTER CLAUDE MICHEL CLODION (FRENCH, 1738-1814), A PAIR OF BRONZE CHERUBIC HARVEST GATHERERS FRENCH, LATE 19TH CENTURY On Siena marble bases each 21.5cm high, the bases 6.5cm wide 687

Provenance: Private Collection, London £300-500

685 688

685

686

A PAIR OF STRIPPED BEECH AND UPHOLSTERED OPEN ARMCHAIRS IN LOUIS XIV STYLE 20TH CENTURY With checked upholstery Each 113cm high

A PAIR OF CARVED WALNUT ARMCHAIRS IN LOUIS XV STYLE 19TH CENTURY AND LATER UPHOLSTERED 99cm high £500-800

£600-800

688 A LARGE OAK REFECTORY TABLE NORTH EUROPEAN, 19TH CENTURY AND LATER Single plank top on dual scrolling ends united by wrought iron brackets 76cm high, 239cm long, 75cm wide £600-800

689 A FRENCH CARVED WALNUT AND UPHOLSTERED OPEN ARMCHAIR IN LOUIS XV STYLE EARLY 20TH CENTURY With later suede type upholstery 113cm high

686

689

£300-500 282

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692

692 A CARVED WHITE MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECE 19TH CENTURY With carved scrolls and foliate decoration approximately 98cm high, 120cm wide overall £600-600

690

690

A SET OF FOUR GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS LATE 18TH CENTURY £300-500

693 A CAST IRON FIRE GRATE 20TH CENTURY The arched backplate with central urn and swag motif, with ‘port-cullis’ pattern basket 45cm high, 57cm wide, 28cm deep

691

693

691 Υ A MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD CROSSBANDED TWIN PEDESTAL DINING TABLE 20TH CENTURY, BY RESTALL, BROWN, AND CLENNELL With two additional leaf insertions, the top yew and tulipwood banded and painted in polychrome with roses, brass labels ‘RBC U63’ 73cm high, 142cm wide, 366cm long fully extended £700-1,000

694 A SET OF THREE BRASS AND POLISHED STEEL FIRE TOOLS EARLY 19TH CENTURY The handles with leaf and bud decoration, The shovel 76cm long. £500-800

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£200-300

694 285

697 Υ A SWISS WALNUT AND ROSEWOOD BANDED MUSICAL BOX SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY, UNSIGNED Playing a choice of twelve airs via a 13 inch cylinder and combes on a gilt brass bed, with winding lever to the left and CHANGE/ REPEAT and STOP/PLAY levers to the right, a dial mounted with arrow indicator for the tune number 19.5cm high, 71cm wide, 30cm deep £350-450 697

698 A SWISS WALNUT, BURR WALNUT, AND INLAID CENTRE TABLE SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY The shaped top with inset reserves above a base modelled as trophies of war 77cm high, 85cm diameter

695

£400-600

695

696

A COLEFAX AND FOWLER UPHOLSTERED TWO SEAT SOFA 20TH CENTURY 86cm high, 180cm wide

A LARGE UPHOLSTERED CENTRE STOOL OF RECENT MANUFACTURE 42cm high, 153cm wide, 102cm deep £500-800

£1,200-1,800

698

699 A LATE VICTORIAN CAST IRON AND PARCEL GILT STICKSTAND LATE 19TH CENTURY Stamped Victorian registration patent lozenge and “No.54” 87cm high, 78.5cm wide, 37.5cm deep

696

£300-500 286

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287

700

700 A PAIR OF BRONZE AND GILT LAMPS IN NEOCLASSICAL TASTE Each with an urn supported by a herm 48cm high (excluding fitments and shade), 72cm high overall £400-600

703

704

AFTER BENVENUTO CELLINI (ITALIAN, 1500-1571), A PATINATED BRONZE MODE OF THE TRIUMPH OF PERSEUS LATE 19TH CENTURY The hero portrayed nude wearing a winged helmet and brandishing his sword in one hand, the severed head of Medusa in his raised other, one foot resting on the body of the gorgon, raised on an elaborate plinth base with inset figural niches, on moulded foot and marble base 45cm high

A MAHOGANY AND LEATHER INSET LIBRARY TABLE 19TH CENTURY The tooled writing surface above a frieze with false book bindings 78cm high, 108cm diameter Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house £300-500

£500-800

701 Y A REGENCY ROSEWOOD AND SATINWOOD SOFA TABLE CIRCA 1820 80cm high, 154cm wide (open), 61cm deep 701

£500-700

703

704 705

702 Y A GEORGE III SATINWOOD AND TULIPWOOD BANDED WORK TABLE CIRCA 1790 The hinged top enclosing the work bag 76cm high, 47cm wide, 36cm deep

705

£300-500

Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house

702

A WOOL RUG IN CAUCASIAN STYLE With labels for Louis de Poortere, Mossoul, to underside Approximately 300 x 200

£300-500 288

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706 A WALNUT AND FEATHERBANDED CHEST ON STAND CIRCA 1740 AND LATER with arrangement of drawers above bracket feet 146cm high, 102cm wide, 56cm deep

708

709

A CARVED OAK COLUMN IN THE CORINTHIAN ORDER, SECOND HALF 18TH CENTURY 161cm high, the top 30 x 30cm

A GEORGE II MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR CIRCA 1740, IN THE MANNER OF ROBERT MANWARING The shaped crest flanked with carved flowerheads, above a scroll carved pierced and interlaced splat, with a drop in seat and shaped seat rails, on cabriole legs with pad feet 97cm high, 59cm wide, 56cm deep

£400-600

£300-500

£500-700

710 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY SQUARE PIANO DATED 1778 With cabriole legs, signed Fredericus Beck London Fecit, 1778 78cm high, 146cm wide, 53cm deep

707 A PAIR OF WALNUT AND UPHOLSTERED HALL BENCHES IN GEORGE II STYLE, 20TH CENTURY Each with green velvet upholstery 98cm high, 126cm wide, 55cm deep £400-600

706

709

Provenance: Purchased Phillips of Bath 21 May 2001 , lot 312 for £800.00 £600-800

708

710

707

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714 A SET OF CHINESE HARDWOOD QUARTETTO TABLES Each with panelled tops, stylised carved friezes and shaped legs The largest 73cm high, 54cm wide, 38cm deep; the smallest 44cm high, 35cm wide, 24cm deep £300-500

715 711

711 A PORTUGUESE WOOL WORK WALL HANGING OR RUG 20TH CENTURY Repeating tree of life motifs and stylised birds 100cm high, 230cm wide

712 TWO PATINATED METAL MODELS OF A TIGER AND AN ELEPHANT Probably Japanese 13cm and 9cm long respectively

A PAIR OF CHINESE LACQUERED CABINETS EARLY 20TH CENTURY The exteriors decorated with figures in exterior scenes above a frieze of flaming horses 154cm high, 97cm wide, 45cm deep

£100-150 £800-1,200

£300-500

714

712

713 AN INDIAN SILVER COLOURED METAL SEAT 90cm high, 139cm wide £500-700

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718 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY DUMB WAITER CIRCA 1780 With arrangement of three folding tiers on inverted baluster stems 111cm high £400-600

719 A MAHOGANY AND INLAID SERVING TABLE IN GEORGE III STYLE Of recent manufacture 98cm high, 185.5cm wide, 71.5cm deep

716 (part lot)

£600-800

716

717

A SET OF EIGHT DINING CHAIRS IN GEORGE III STYLE 19TH CENTURY To include a pair of armchairs, with triple vertical pierced splats to the backs

A MAHOGANY TRIPLE PILLAR DINING TABLE With two additional leaf insertions, the top with a moulded edge above the lappet carved columnar supports and outswept legs terminating in lion paw caps and castors 77cm high, 98.5cm wide, 208cm long, (310cm long fully extended)

£400-600

719

718

£500-800

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720 A TABRIZ CARPET Approximately 484 x 340cm £800-1,200 717

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721 A CONTINENTAL ETCHED GLASS MIRROR, ALMOST CERTAINLY VENETIAN 20TH CENTURY 91cm high, 55cm wide £200-300

722 A FRENCH SMALL LACQUERED BRASS CARRIAGE TIMEPIECE, DROCOURT, PARIS LATE 19TH CENTURY The eight-day single train movement regulated by silvered platform lever escapement incorporating split bimetallic balance, the backplate stamped with oval D C trademark for Drocourt over serial number 32959 to lower left hand corner, the rectangular white enamel Roman numeral dial with blued steel spade hands, in an corniche type case of Mignonette No. 3 size with hinged carrying handle over caddy moulded corner uprights and cavetto moulded skirt; with travelling case now covered in simulated leather and original numbered winding key

721

The clock 10.5cm (4.25ins) high with handle down, 7cm (2.75ins) wide, 6cm (2.375ins) deep. Please see our website for the full footnote £200-300

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724

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A BIRD’S-EYE MAPLE BOOKCASE IN GEORGE III STYLE OF RECENT MANUFACTURE Of breakfront outline, the broken pediment above the glazed doors 254cm high, 245cm wide, 50cm deep

A PAIR OF ‘CLUB ARMCHAIRS’ IN GEORGE III STYLE LATE 19TH CENTURY Each with damask style upholstery 97cm high £600-800

£700-1,000

722

723

725

A NORTH EUROPEAN SATIN BIRCH, EBONISED AND CROSSBANDED PEDESTAL TABLE MID 19TH CENTURY 73.5cm high, 63cm wide, 44cm deep £500-800 296

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728

726 (part lot)

726

727

A GROUP OF FIVE VARIOUS SIDE CHAIRS LATE 17TH CENTURY Of Derbyshire/Lancashire type Together with two further high back side chairs, circa 1700, with vertical splats (7)

AN OAK REFECTORY TABLE 20TH CENTURY 71.5cm high, the top 198cm long, 70cm wide £700-1,000

Provenance: Little Wolford Manor, Warwickshire

729

£400-600

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729

AFTER ISIDORE BONHEUR (1827-1901) A PATINATED METAL MODEL OF A MARE AND FOAL EARLY 20TH CENTURY Impressed I Bonheur to base 21cm high

A BRONZE ALLOY GROUP OF EUROPA AND THE BULL CIRCA 2000 The maiden portrayed as nude and tied to the beast’s back with ropes, the bull with head declined to dexter, on a naturalistically cast rectangular base 55cm high, 86cm long

Provenance: With Alessandro Durini Di Monza (New York) label to underside

Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house, Previously purchased Dreweatts Summer Sale 2018

£1,000-1,500 £400-600 298

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730

A MAHOGANY, EBONISED, AND PARCEL GILT CONSOLE TABLE IN EARLY 19TH CENTURY STYLE EARLY 20TH CENTURY With columnar supports to the front 81cm high, 91cm wide, 47cm deep £250-350

733 A PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY ELBOW CHAIRS CIRCA 1810 Each with X-shaped back 83cm high 733

£300-500

734 Y A REGENCY ROSEWOOD, BANDED AND BRASS INLAID SIDE TABLE CIRCA 1820 With lion masks to the angles 81cm high, 88cm wide, 45cm deep

731 734

£600-800

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732

A REGENCY BRASS FIRE FENDER CIRCA 1820 The ends each surmounted by a lion 30cm high, with adjustable bar 110cm long

731 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY, CROSSBANDED, AND INLAID SIDEBOARD CIRCA 1790 Of large and impressive proportion and bowfront outline 93cm high, 280cm wide, 71cm deep

Provenance: Purchased by the vendor from Bonhams, Brancaster Hall, Norfolk, 9th September 2002, lot 129 £500-800

£500-800

732 A KASHAN CARPET Approximately 390 x 260cm £600-800

735

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736 AN UNUSUAL MAHOGANY LIBRARY CHAIR FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY The brass casters stamped ‘LEWT PATENT’ 91cm high, 52cm wide, 53cm deep overall £500-800

737 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PARTNER’S DESK SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY The rectangular top with a leather inset surface and rounded corners, with three frieze drawers to each side, the pedestals with three short drawers opposing two panelled doors 76cm high, the top 153cm wide, 107cm deep

736

738

£800-1,200 739

738 A PAIR OF OAK OPEN BOOKCASES CIRCA 1910 Each with two banks of open shelves above a white marble slip, the base with further shelves 230cm high, 155cm wide, 40.5cm deep Provenance: Lady Victoria Getty £800-1,200

739

737

A SILK RUG IN PERSIAN TASTE With a hunting pattern border with huntsman and variety of game Approximately 215 x 137cm £300-500

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740 A FLIGHT OF OAK WALL SHELVES EARLY 19TH CENTURY the four shelves of graduated form and with shaped sides 114cm high, 76cm wide, 24cm deep £200-300

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741

745

A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE CIRCA 1820 Of bowfront outline, with three frieze drawers and ring turned tapering legs, 82cm high, 92cm wide Together with a mahogany oval dressing table mirror, and a rectangular stool with cabriole legs (3)

742

744

£300-500

A PITCH PINE AND OAK ALTAR TABLE LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY 84cm high, 136cm wide, 71cm deep

742

£400-600

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY NIGHT COMMODE LATE 18TH CENTURY The tray top with pierced handles and a shaped front above a door with a slatted base to the interior, the turned legs joined by conforming X-stretcher 85cm high, 36cm wide, 35cm deep £300-500

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A SET OF SIX CONTINENTAL WALNUT DINING CHAIRS SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY With carved backs, yellow pony skin upholstered seats, on leaf carved legs with paw feet Each 85cm high, 45cm wide, 43cm deep

745 A WOVEN CARPET, IN BAKSHAISH STYLE 402 x 292cm £800-1,200

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£250-350

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749

A REGENCY MAHOGANY CHEVAL MIRROR CIRCA 1820 163cm high, 77cm wide, 70cm deep

TWO PAIRS OF CURTAINS Each with yellow and blue borders Each approximately 100cm wide (at the tops) 318cm drop overall

£700-1,000 £200-400

749 (part lot) 746

750 A REGENCY MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD CROSSBANDED TILT TOP TABLE CIRCA 1815 The rectangular tilt top with rounded corners and a moulded edge, on a tripod base, the reeded downswept legs terminating in brass caps and castors 71.5cm high, the rectangular top 82cm x 65cm

747

748

£300-500

747 Y A GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD TEAPOY CIRCA 1830 On facetted pillar and quadripartite platform, with outscrolled feet 80cm high, 44cm wide, 33cm deep Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house £200-300

748 A MOHAJERAN RUG Approximately 183 x 155cm

750

751 A SET OF FOUR GEORGE III CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS CIRCA 1780 Each with a vertical splat back 93cm high £300-500

751

£400-600 307

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755

TWO PAIRS OF CURTAINS IN VICTORIAN TASTE Each with repeat large stylised flower bud motif Approximately 133cm wide (at the tops) 294cm drop overall

VALERIE ETTERSHANK (SOUTH AFRICAN 20TH/21ST CENTURY) TROPICAL BIRDS A set of eight watercolours All signed, dated 94 or 95 and variously titled (lower left and right) 33 x 24.5cm (12 x 9½ in.) (8)

£200-400 £300-500

755 (part lot)

756

752

753 A DISTRESSED LIMED PINE DISPLAY CABINET 19TH CENTURY 189cm high, 83cm wide, 55cm deep

756

AN EBONISED AND DECOUPAGE DECORATED SIDE CABINET 19TH CENTURY AND LATER With an arcaded three-quarter gallery, above a drawer and two arcade panelled doors 96cm high, 83cm wide, 50cm deep £500-800

£500-800 753

754

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757

A SCOTTISH VICTORIAN SATIN BIRCH CHEST OF DRAWERS LATE 19TH CENTURY In French Directoire style, the locks stamped for ‘MORRISON, EDINBURGH’ 71cm high, 116cm wide, 60cm deep

A MAHOGANY AND UPHOLSTERED BERGERE SOFA CIRCA 1900 AND LATER 93cm high, 191cm wide, 91cm deep

£600-800

£400-600 757

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759

761

JAN GOUT, A PAIR OF BRONZE MODELS OF CLASSICAL MAIDENS WITH CUPID Each signed 33cm high

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TEA TABLE CIRCA 1770 The rectangular folding top above a frieze drawer and fretwork brackets on moulded and chamfered straight legs 74cm high, 81cm wide, 37cm deep

Provenance: Lady Victoria Getty

£300-500

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED BEDSIDE COMMODE, CIRCA 1790 with line inlay throughout, with tambour door above a drawer, 77cm high, 49cm wide, 43cm deep, together with another mahogany example, 75cm high, 49cm wide, 42cm deep

£400-600 £600-800

761 758

762 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS CIRCA 1790 Of serpentine outline, with four line inlaid long drawers and bracket feet 102cm high, 123cm wide, 57cm deep

759

£400-600

760 A GEORGE III OAK SECRETAIRE CHEST ON CHEST CIRCA 1780 The canted corners with blind fretwork, with a hinged top to the hollow within the dentil cornice, above two short, two long drawers and a secretaire drawer, the fall front enclosing a fitted interior with arrangement of drawers and pigeon holes, the base with three long drawers above bracket feet 180cm high, 125cm wide, 60cm deep £400-600 760

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763 A TABRIZ CARPET Approximately 372 x 266cm £400-600

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767 764 A MODERN PATINATED METAL AND COMPOSITION STANDARD LAMP IN THE TIFFANY STYLE The ‘jewelled’ and coloured composition domed shade with a basal band of dragonflies, the shade, 54cm diameter, the lamp base 167cm high £250-500

A CONTINENTAL CUT GLASS CHANDELIER LATE 19TH CENTURY Approximately 70cm high, 70cm diameter Provenance: Elibank House, Taplow- a Grade II Listed Queen Anne house £800-1,200

765 A ‘BLACKAMOOR’ SIDE TABLE LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY Modelled in an athletic acrobat pose with the circular top above the hand-standing figure 83cm high

767

£600-800 764

765 768

766 A LARGE GILT METAL AND LEADED GLASS TABLE LAMP, AFTER THE MANNER OF TIFFANY EXAMPLES MODERN The coloured shade with draping petals above the reeded shaft and spread foot, Approximately 100cm high overall £200-400

768 A PATINATED COMPOSITION LOW CENTRE TABLE 20TH CENTURY The glass top supported above the two crouching figures 50cm high, 151cm long, 100cm wide £600-800

766 312

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769

770

769 A LARGE BEECH AND WALNUT REFECTORY TYPE DINING TABLE INCORPORATING 19TH CENTURY AND LATER ELEMENTS The oval top above bobbin turned supports 78cm high, 131cm wide, approximately 380cm long £800-1,200

770 A LONG TURKISH RUNNER Approximately 773 x 85cm £300-500

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Please see Conditions of Business and Conditions of Sale on the following pages. Dreweatts & Dreweatts 1759 are trading names of Dreweatts 1759 Ltd. Dreweatts 1759 Ltd is registered in England, company number: 10758982, registered office: C/O Bishop Fleming LLP, 10 Temple Back, Bristol, BS1 6FL.

Important Notices BUYING AT DREWEATTS There are several ways you can bid at a Dreweatts auction; in person, by leaving a commission or absentee bid, on the telephone where available and live via the internet – please make arrangements before the sale. THIS NOTICE APPLIES ONLY TO A PERSON WHO WISHES TO BID IN PERSON, OR BY LEAVING A COMMISSION OR ABSENTEE BID, AT A DREWEATTS PUBLIC AUCTION. For bidding at an online auction or for online bidding at a public auction please see our Online Auction Terms published on our website at www.dreweatts.com. BIDDING IN PERSON If intending to buy you are required to register your name and details at reception prior to the commencement of the auction. You will be required to provide a proof of identity and address to register for bidding. You will then be allocated a bidding number, which you use when bidding for an item. COMMISSION BIDS Dreweatts will execute bids on your behalf if you are unable to attend the sale. Commission or absentee bids are accepted either directly at reception, or can be sent by post, fax, email, telephone or via the website: www.dreweatts.com. Dreweatts will add these bids to the auctioneers’ sale book and will undertake to purchase the lots on your behalf as cheaply as allowed by other bids and reserves. If two buyers submit identical commission bids Dreweatts may prefer the first bid received. Dreweatts does not accept liability for failing to execute commission bids, or for any errors or omissions. CONDITION Bidders must satisfy themselves as to the condition of each lot. Condition reports are available on request – see the Conditions of Business at the back of this catalogue forming part of these Auction Terms and Conditions for more information regarding condition reports. Requests for condition reports must be submitted by 4pm on the day prior to the auction; condition reports may be available alongside the lot description on the online catalogue at: www. dreweatts.com. COMMISSION CHARGES All purchases are subject to a buyer’s premium, which is charged per lot at 25% of the hammer price (30% including VAT) up to and including £500,000, 20% (24% including VAT) of the hammer price from £500,001 up to and including £1,000,000 and 12% of the hammer price (14.4% including VAT) in excess of £1,000,000. A theta symbol (θ) indicates that the lot is a zero rated item and therefore not subject to VAT on the buyer’s premium. This applies to bound books (manuscripts and printed), unframed maps and albums. In the event the lot has a dagger (†) beside the lot number in the catalogue, this indicates that the lot is owned by an entity or company required to pay VAT (generally not an Antique Dealer, as they operate under a dealers margin scheme). VAT is payable at 20% on the Hammer Price. Lots marked with a double dagger (‡) (presently a reduced rate of 5%) or Ω (presently at standard rate of 20%) have been imported from outside the UK to be sold at auction and therefore the buyer must pay the import VAT at the appropriate rate on the hammer price. PAYMENT Payment will be accepted, if you are a successful bidder, by debit card issued in the name of the Buyer by a UK bank and registered

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to a UK billing address; by all major UK issued credit cards issued in the name of the Buyer and registered to a UK billing address with the exception of American Express and Diners Club; by bank transfer direct into our bank account, Bank Details: NatWest, 30 Market Place, Newbury, Berkshire RG14 5AG. Account Name: Dreweatts 1759 Ltd. A/C: 62412949, Sort Code: 60-15-07, BIC: NWBKGB2L, IBAN: GB21NWBK60150762412949. The name of the bank account holder should match the name of the buyer. First time buyers who are not present at the saleroom are requested to pay by bank transfer. Υ CITES REGULATIONS Please note that lots marked with the symbol (Υ) in this catalogue may be subject to CITES Regulations when exported. Relevant CITES Regulations may be found at www.gov.uk/guidance/citesimports-and-exports. COLLECTION OR DELIVERY Before being able to collect your purchases you are required to pay the hammer price, plus the applicable commissions, and obtain a receipt acknowledging payment. Collection of the purchased lots is at the purchaser’s risk and expense and whilst Dreweatts do not provide packing and despatch service we can suggest some carriers. Dreweatts also require that all purchased items are collected within four working days of the sale to avoid a storage charge being applied. STORAGE CHARGES All items not collected by 4pm, within four working days of the sale, will be automatically removed to commercial storage and subject to a minimum storage charge of £20 (plus VAT) per lot and to a further storage charge of £2 (plus VAT) per lot per part or full day thereafter. These charges will be the sole liability of the purchaser and will be billed directly to them by Vangaroo Ltd (Andover); Vangaroo may be willing to adjust their charges if they are instructed by the purchaser to deliver to them. On payment of all sales and storage costs, items will be available for collection by appointment from Vangaroo Ltd (Andover), tel: 01264 586566, mobile: 07528 291180, email: [email protected] co.uk. These charges are set by Vangaroo Ltd (Andover); we recommend that you contact them directly regarding queries relating to these charges and other questions relating to storage. Staff at the saleroom will be unable to answer questions relating to items that have been removed from the saleroom. FURTHER INFORMATION The colours printed in this catalogue are not necessarily a true reflection of the actual item. All weights and measures given in the catalogue should be regarded as approximate. VALUATION SERVICES Dreweatts provides a range of confidential and professional valuation services to private clients, solicitors, executors, estate managers, trustees and other professional partners. These services include auction valuations, insurance valuations, probate valuations, private treaty valuations, valuations for family division or for tax purposes. For more information, please see our website: www.dreweatts.com. For directions to Donnington Priory, please see our website: www. dreweatts.com. Parking is available at Donnington Priory in two car parks on either side of the saleroom.

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1. INTRODUCTION. The following notes are intended to assist Bidders and Buyers, particularly those inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All of our auctions and sales are conducted on our printed Auction Terms and Conditions, including these Conditions of Sale and Business, which are readily available for inspection and normally accompany catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything you do not fully understand. Any particular auction and/or any particular lot in an auction may be subject to different or additional terms which will be published in our auction catalogue. All auctions and sales of wines and spirits, jewellery, watches and clocks are subject to the special terms set out in the relevant Notices in relation to those items published in our auction catalogue and, in the event of any conflict or inconsistency, those special terms prevail over any other terms in our Auction Terms and Conditions. By bidding at the auction, you agree to be bound by these terms. 2. AGENCY. As auctioneers we usually act as agents for the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly if you buy at auction your contract for the item or items purchased is with the seller and not with us as the auctioneer. 3. ESTIMATES. Estimates are designed to help buyers gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. Estimates may change and should not be thought of as the sale price. The lower estimate may represent the reserve price and certainly will not be below it. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s Premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the sale and may be altered by announcement before the sale. They are in no sense definitive. 4. BUYER’S PREMIUM. The Conditions of Sale forming part of our Auction Terms and Conditions require the buyer to pay a buyer’s premium on the hammer price of each lot purchased. The buyer’s premium is 25% of the hammer price up to and including £500,000, 20% of the hammer price from £500,001 up to and including £1,000,000, and 12% of the hammer price in excess of £1,000,000. VAT at the prevailing rate of 20% is added to buyer’s premium and additional charges as defined below. 5. VAT. A theta symbol (θ) indicates that the lot is a zero rated item and therefore not subject to VAT on the buyer’s premium. This applies to bound books (manuscripts and printed), unframed maps and albums. A dagger symbol (†) indicates that VAT is payable by the purchaser at the standard rate (presently 20%) on the hammer price as well as being and element in the buyers’ premium. This imposition of VAT is likely to be because the seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not operating the Dealers Margin Scheme or because VAT is due at 20% on import into the UK. A double dagger (‡) indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the UK and the present position is that these lots are liable to a reduced rate of Import VAT currently 5% on the hammer price. (Ω) indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the UK and these lots are liable to the standard rate of Import VAT currently 20% on the hammer price. Lots which appear without the above symbols indicate that no VAT is payable on the hammer price; this is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers Margin Scheme and it should be noted that the VAT included within the buyers’ premium is not recoverable as input tax. 6. DESCRIPTION AND CONDITION. Condition reports are provided on our website or upon request. The absence of a report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. The detail in a report will reflect the estimated value of the lot. Large numbers of such requests received shortly before the sale may mean that reports cannot be provided for all lots. Members of staff are not trained restorers or conservators and, particularly for higher value lots, you should obtain an opinion from such a professional. Dreweatts is not liable for damage to gilded picture frames, plaster picture frames or picture frame glass; if a Lot is or becomes dangerous, we may dispose of it without notice to bidders in advance in any manner we see fit and will be under no liability for doing so. We recommend that you always view a lot in person. We are dependent on information provided by the seller about a lot and whilst we may inspect lots and act reasonably in taking a general view about them we are normally unable to carry out a detailed examination and frequently no examination of lots in order to ascertain their condition in the way in which it would be wise for a buyer to do. Intending buyers have ample opportunity for inspection of goods and, therefore, accept responsibility for inspecting and investigating lots in which they may be interested and the corresponding risk should they not do so. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the

Conditions of Sale. Neither the seller nor we, as the auctioneers, accept any responsibility for their condition. In particular, mechanical objects of any age are not guaranteed to be in working order. However, in so far as we have examined the goods and make a representation about their condition in the auction catalogue, we shall be liable for any defect which is not reflected in that representation and which that examination ought to have revealed to the auctioneer but which would not have been revealed to the buyer had the buyer examined the goods. Additionally, in specified circumstances lots misdescribed because they are ‘deliberate forgeries’ may be returned and repayment made. There is a 3 week time limit. (The expression ‘deliberate forgery’ is defined in our Conditions of Sale). 7. ELECTRICAL GOODS. These are sold as ‘antiques’ only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician before use. 8. EXPORT OF GOODS. Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether an export licence is required and (b) whether there is any specific prohibition on importing goods of that character because, e.g. they may contain prohibited materials such as ivory. Ask us if you need help. Following the UK’s exit from the European Union, private overseas buyers can only receive goods free of VAT/have the VAT amount refunded if Dreweatts acts as exporter in relation to the sale and arranges for the transport of the goods. If you would like us to arrange for the export and delivery of the goods there will be an admin fee of £100 plus the shipping cost. If you arrange for the goods to be picked up/delivered to you directly we will charge UK VAT at the appropriate rate and no refund will be available. Please note that if we export the goods to you, you will be responsible for completing the importation procedures as well the payment of any relevant duty/VAT payable on importation into your country. Business buyers are not affected by this change where the purchase has been made in the business or trading name and a VAT refund will be available on proof of export. 9. BIDDING. Bidders will be required to register before the sale commences and lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the sale registration form. Bidders are required to provide a government issued identity document and a proof of address. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for telephone bidding. 10. COMMISSION BIDDING. Commission bids may be left with the auctioneers indicating the maximum amount to be bid excluding buyers’ premium. Dreweatts will add these bids to the auctioneers’ sale book and they will be executed as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical commission bids the auctioneers may prefer the first bid received. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for the leaving of commission bids by telephone or fax. Dreweatts does not accept liability for failing to execute commission bids, or for any errors or omissions. 11. METHODS OF PAYMENT. Payment will be accepted, if you are a successful bidder, by debit card issued in the name of the Buyer by a UK bank and registered to a UK billing address; by all major UK issued credit cards issued in the name of the Buyer and registered to a UK billing address with the exception of American Express and Diners Club; by bank transfer direct into our bank account, Bank Details: NatWest, 30 Market Place, Newbury, Berkshire RG14 5AG. Account Name: Dreweatts 1759 Ltd. A/C: 62412949, Sort Code: 60-15-07, BIC: NWBKGB2L, IBAN: GB21NWBK60150762412949. The name of the bank account holder should match the name of the buyer. First time buyers who are not present at the saleroom are requested to pay by bank transfer. 12. COLLECTION AND STORAGE. Please note what the Conditions of Sale state about collection and storage. It is important that goods are paid for and collected promptly. Any delay may involve the buyer in paying storage charges. 13. λ DROIT DE SUITE ROYALTY CHARGES. From 1st January 2012 all UK art market professionals (which includes but is not limited to; auctioneers, dealers, galleries, agents and other intermediaries) are required to collect a royalty payment for all works of art that have been produced by qualifying artists each time a work is re-sold during the artist’s lifetime and for a period up to 70 years following the artists death. This payment is only calculated on qualifying works of art which are sold for a hammer price more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000 – the UK sterling equivalent will fluctuate in line with prevailing exchange rates. It is entirely the responsibility of the buyer to acquaint himself with the precise EURO to UK Sterling exchange rate on the day of the sale in this regard, and the auctioneer accepts no responsibility whatsoever if the

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qualifying rate is different to the rate indicated. All items in this catalogue that are marked with λ are potentially qualifying items, and the royalty charge will be applied if the hammer price achieved is more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000. The royalty charge will be added to all relevant buyers’ invoices, and must be paid before items can be cleared. All royalty charges are passed on to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (‘DACS’), no handling costs or additional fees with respect to these charges will be retained by the auctioneers. The royalty charge

that will be applied to qualifying items which achieve a hammer price of more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000, but less than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 is 4%. For qualifying items that sell for more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 a sliding scale of royalty charges will apply – for a complete list of the royalty charges and threshold levels, please see www.dacs.org.uk. There is no VAT payable on this royalty charge.

Terms of Consignment for Sellers in Public Auctions The sale of goods at our public auctions and a seller’s relationship with us are governed by our Auction Terms and Conditions including these Terms of Consignment for Sellers in Public Auctions and our Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions. Any particular auction and/or any particular lot in an auction may be subject to different or additional terms which will be published in our auction catalogue or separately announced prior to the auction. All auctions and sales of wines and spirits, jewellery, watches and clocks are subject to the special terms set out in the relevant Notices in relation to those items published in our auction catalogue and, in the event of any conflict or inconsistency, those special terms prevail over any other terms in our Auction Terms and Conditions. Please note that our Auction Terms and Conditions including these Terms of Consignment for Sellers in Public Auctions and our Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions relate to auctions held in our salerooms and we have separate terms and conditions for our online auctions. If you, or another person acting on your behalf, provide goods to us to sell on your behalf at one of our auctions this signifies that you agree to and will comply with our Auction Terms and Conditions including these Terms of Consignment for Sellers in Public Auctions and our Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions. 1. INTERPRETATION. In these Terms the words ‘you’, ‘yours’, etc. refer to the Seller and if the consignment of goods to us is made by an agent or otherwise on the Seller’s behalf we assume that the Seller has authorised the consignment and that the consignor has the Seller’s authority to contract. All obligations that apply to the Seller under these Terms of Consignment for Sellers in Public Auctions shall apply to the owner of the goods and their agent jointly and separately. Similarly the words ‘we’, ‘us’, etc. refer to the Auctioneers. 2. WARRANTY. The Seller warrants that possession in the lots can be transferred to the Buyer with good and marketable title, free from any third party right and encumbrances, claims or potential claims. The Seller has provided all information concerning the item’s ownership, condition and provenance, attribution, authenticity, import or export history and of any concerns expressed by third parties concerning the same. 3. ALL COMMISSIONS and fees are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate. 4. COMMISSION is charged to sellers and all selling terms are available from our salerooms. 5. REMOVAL COSTS. Items for sale must be consigned to the saleroom by any stated deadline and at your expense. We may be able to assist you with this process but any liability incurred to a carrier for haulage charges is solely your responsibility. 6. LOSS AND DAMAGE OF GOODS (a) Loss and Damage Warranty - Dreweatts is not authorised by the FCA to provide insurance to its clients, and does not do so. However Dreweatts for its own protection assumes liability for property consigned to it at the lower pre-sale estimate until the hammer falls. To justify accepting liability, Dreweatts makes a charge of 1.5% of the hammer price plus VAT, subject to a minimum charge of £1.50, or if unsold 1.5% of our lower estimate. The liability assumed by Dreweatts shall be limited to the lower pre-sale estimate or the hammer price if the lot is sold. Dreweatts is not liable for damage to gilded picture frames, plaster picture frames or picture frame glass; if the Lot is or becomes dangerous, we may dispose of it without notice to you in advance in any manner we see fit and will be under no liability for doing so. (b) If the owner of the goods consigned instructs us in writing not to take such action, the goods then remain entirely at the owner’s risk unless and until the property in them passes to the Buyer or they are collected by or on behalf of the owner, and clause 6 (a) is inapplicable. 7. ILLUSTRATIONS AND PHOTOGRAPHS. The cost of any illustrations

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or photographs is borne by you. The copyright in respect of such illustrations and photographs shall be the property of us, the auctioneers, as is the text of the catalogue. 8. MINIMUM BIDS AND OUR DISCRETION. Goods will normally be offered subject to a reserve agreed between us before the sale in accordance with clause 9. We may sell Lots below the reserve provided we account to you for the same sale proceeds as you would have received had the reserve been the hammer price. If you specifically give us a “discretion” we may accept a bid of up to 10% below the formal reserve. 9. RESERVES (a) You are entitled to place prior to the auction a reserve on any lot consigned, being the minimum hammer price at which that lot may be sold. Reserves must be reasonable and we may decline to offer goods which in our opinion would be subject to an unreasonably high reserve (in which case goods carry the storage and loss and damage warranty charges stipulated in these Terms of Consignment). (b) A reserve once set cannot be changed except with our consent. (c) Where a reserve has been set which we consider unreasonably high, an unsold charge will be payable in the event that the lots fails to sell, being the agreed selling terms calculated on the reserve, LDW at 1.5% and any photographic charges. (d) Where a reserve has been placed only we may bid on your behalf and only up to the reserve (if any) and you may in no circumstances bid personally. (e) Reserves are not usually accepted for lots expected to realise below £100. 10. ELECTRICAL ITEMS. These are subject to detailed statutory safety controls. Where such items are accepted for sale you accept responsibility for the cost of testing by external contractors. Goods not certified as safe by an electrician (unless antiques) will not be accepted for sale. They must be removed at your expense on your being notified. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense. 11. SOFT FURNISHINGS. The sale of soft furnishings is strictly regulated by statute law in the interests of fire safety. Goods found to infringe safety regulations will not be offered and must be removed at your expense. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense. The rights of disposal referred to in clause 10 and 11 are subject to the provisions of The Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977. 12. DESCRIPTION. Please assist us with accurate information as to the provenance, lawful import etc. of goods where this is relevant. There is strict liability for the accuracy of descriptions under modern consumer legislation and in some circumstances responsibility lies with sellers if inaccuracies occur. We will assume that you have approved the catalogue description of your lots and that your lots match those descriptions unless informed to the contrary. Where we are obliged to return the price to the buyer when the lot is a deliberate forgery under Condition 15 of the Conditions of Sale and we have accounted to you for the proceeds of sale you agree to reimburse us the sale proceeds and in any event within 7 days of our written notice to do so. 13. UNSOLD. If an item is unsold it may at our discretion be re-offered at a future sale. Where in our opinion an item is unsaleable you must collect such items from the saleroom promptly on being so informed. Otherwise, storage charges may be incurred. We reserve the right to charge for storage in these circumstances at a reasonable daily rate. 14. WITHDRAWN AND BOUGHT IN ITEMS. These are liable to incur a charge of 15% commission, 1.5 % Loss and Damage Warranty and any other costs incurred including but not limited to illustration and restoration fees all of these charges being subject to VAT on being

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bought in or withdrawn after being catalogued. 15. CONDITIONS OF SALE. You agree that all goods will be sold on our Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions. In particular you undertake that you have the right to sell the goods either as owner or agent for the owner with good and marketable title and free and clear of any third party rights or claims. You undertake to compensate us and any buyer or third party for all losses liabilities, costs and expenses suffered or incurred arising out of or in connection with any breach of this undertaking. We will also, at our discretion, and as far as practicable, confirm that an item consigned for sale does not appear on the Art Loss register, which is administered by an independent third party. 16. DUE DILIGENCE CHECKS AND ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING PROCEDURES. Under the money laundering regulations in force we are required to carry out relevant due diligence checks. This includes verifying the identity of all customers we transact with as well as any beneficial owners on behalf of whom they may transact. Vendors who are unable to or refuse to supply required identification documents and proof of address will not be able to consign to Dreweatts auctions. Copies of customer due diligence checks will be stored for as long as it is necessary to satisfy legal requirements in an appropriate storage facility, which for the avoidance of doubt may include storage solely in electronic form. We reserve the right to withhold the monies owed until the vendor provides the information necessary to complete the anti-money laundering checks. 17. AUTHORITY TO DEDUCT COMMISSION AND EXPENSES AND RETAIN PREMIUM AND INTEREST (a) You authorise us to deduct commission at the stated rate and all expenses incurred for your account from the hammer price and consent

to our right to retain beneficially the premium paid by the buyer in accordance with our Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions and any interest earned on the sale proceeds until the date of settlement. (b) In case of lots unsold at auction you authorise us at our discretion to reoffer such lots and negotiate a sale within seven days of the auction date, in which case the same charges will be payable as if such lots had been sold at auction and so far as appropriate these Terms apply. 18. WAREHOUSING. We disclaim all liability for goods delivered to our saleroom without sufficient sale instructions and reserve the right to make minimum warehousing charge of £10 per lot per day. Unsold lots are subject to the same charges if you do not remove them within a reasonable time of notification. If not removed within three weeks we reserve the right to sell them and defray charges from any net proceeds of sale or at your expense to consign them to the local authority for disposal. 19. SETTLEMENT. After sale settlement of the net sum due to you normally takes place within 28 days of the sale unless the buyer has not paid for the goods or the checks necessary under the current Money Laundering Regulations have not been completed. In this case no settlement will then be made but we will take your instructions in the light of our Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions. You authorise any sums owed by you to us on other transactions to be deducted from the sale proceeds. You must note the liability to reimburse the proceeds of sale to us as under the circumstances provided for in Condition 12 above. You should therefore bear this potential liability in mind before parting with the proceeds of sale until the expiry of 28 days from the date of sale.

Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions Dreweatts carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale by auction at our salerooms on our Auction Terms and Conditions or Public Auctions including these Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions and all bidders, buyers and others participating in a public auction accept that these terms apply to the exclusion of any terms and conditions contained in any of those person’s own documents even if the same purport to provide that that person’s own or some other terms prevail. Any particular public auction and/or any particular lot in an auction may be subject to different or additional terms which will be published in our online auction catalogue. Please note that our Auction Terms and Conditions including these Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions relate to auctions held in one of our salerooms and we have separate terms and conditions for our online auctions. 1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions: (a) “auctioneer” means the firm of Dreweatts or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Dreweatts accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising; (g) “You”, “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2. (h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate.

2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding by completing a sale registration form and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) Under the money laundering regulations in force we are required to verify the identity of all customers we transact with as well as any beneficiaries on behalf of whom they may transact. Customers who are unable to or refuse to supply required identification documents and proof of address will not be able to bid in Dreweatts auctions. Copies of customer due diligence checks will be stored for as long as it is necessary to satisfy legal requirements in an appropriate storage facility which for the avoidance of doubt may include storage solely in electronic form; (c) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion. (d) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals; (e) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. 3. INCREMENTS. Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. 4. THE PURCHASE PRICE. The buyer shall pay the purchase price together with a premium thereon of 30% which shall include VAT on the premium at the rate imposed by law. The buyer will also be liable for any royalties payable under Droit de Suite as set out under Information for Buyers. 5. VALUE ADDED TAX. Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with a dagger (†) or double dagger (‡). Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant Lots. (Please refer to “Information for Buyers” for a brief explanation of the VAT position). 6. PAYMENT (a) Immediately a Lot is sold you will: (i) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (ii) pay to us the total amount due or in such other way as is agreed by us. (b) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether expressed or implied.

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(c) In order to comply with money laundering regulations we reserve the right to require proof of source of funds and/or confirmation of the nature and source of wealth for all receipts of monies from clients directly or from third parties for payments on behalf of clients. Lots will only be released once we have completed necessary checks under the current Money Laundering Regulations.

12. AGENCY. The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers.

7. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (a) The ownership of any Lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due.

14. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (a) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. Dreweatts is not liable for damage to gilded picture frames, plaster picture frames or picture frame glass; if the Lot is or becomes dangerous, we may dispose of it without notice to you in advance in any manner we see fit and will be under no liability for doing so. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 “information to buyers”.

(b) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges. (c) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for and we have completed necessary checks under the current Money Laundering Regulations. 8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES (a) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (i) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (ii) to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; (iii) to resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller;

13. TERMS OF SALE. The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment for Public Auctions as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot.

(b) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation.

(vi) to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due;

15. FORGERIES. Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the Lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the Lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or

(vii) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted;

(2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition.

(viii) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied.

The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale.

(iv) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (v) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale;

(b) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions. 9. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY. All bidders, buyers and other members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury or for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale (except in each case as may be required by law by reason of our negligence) 10. COMMISSION BIDS. Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular Lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition, we will if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. 11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY. The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. Save as expressly set out above, all other warranties, conditions or other terms which might have effect between the Seller and you, or us and you, or be implied or incorporated by statute, common law or otherwise are excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law.

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16. PRIVACY NOTICE. We will hold and process any personal data in relation to you in accordance with our current privacy policy, a copy of which is available on our website www.dreweatts.com/privacy-policy/. GENERAL 17. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 18. (a) Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (b) Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 19. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail, email or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 20. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue. 21. Any indulgence extended to bidders, buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 22. These Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law and the parties irrevocably submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.

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EUROPEAN SCULPTURE AND WORKS OF ART Silas Currie [email protected]

OLD MASTERS, BRITISH AND EUROPEAN ART Brandon Lindberg Anne Gerritsen [email protected]

MANAGING DIRECTOR Jonathan Pratt DEPUTY CHAIRMAN Will Richards James Nicholson

Group Departments AUTOGRAPHS AND EPHEMERA Ania Hanrahan [email protected] ASIAN CERAMICS AND WORKS OF ART Mark Newstead Dr Yingwen Tao [email protected] BLOOMSBURY AUCTIONS BOOKS AND MANUSCRIPTS Dr Timothy Bolton Camilla Previté Denise Kelly [email protected] BRITISH AND EUROPEAN CERAMICS AND GLASS Mark Newstead Geoffrey Stafford Charles [email protected] CLOCKS AND SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS Leighton Gillibrand [email protected] COUNTRY SPORTING Geoffrey Stafford Charles [email protected] DECORATIVE ARTS AND MODERN DESIGN Geoffrey Stafford Charles Ashley Matthews [email protected]

FURNITURE AND CARPETS Ben Brown Elaine Binning Ashley Matthews William Turkington [email protected] HOUSE SALES AND PRIVATE COLLECTIONS Joe Robinson [email protected] JEWELLERY, SILVER, WATCHES AND OBJECTS OF VERTU James Nicholson Nick Mann Tessa Parry [email protected] LIVE STEAM AND MODEL ENGINEERING WORKS OF ART Michael Matthews Lucie Hobbs [email protected] MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART Jennie Fisher Francesca Whitham Will Porter (Business Development) [email protected]

WINE Mark Robertson Dianne Wall [email protected] BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Will Richards Will Porter Joe Robinson Imogen Jones [email protected] VALUATIONS FOR PROBATE, INSURANCE AND CGT Emma Terry Megan Coote [email protected]