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Decorative Arts From 1860

Antiques & Collectors

Tuesday 29th June 2004, 12:00 am

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Lot
No.
Description Estimate Hammer
Price
251 Royal Worcester ovoid Jug, with a gilt handle, painted with a spray of Summer flowers, marked, date mark for 1900, pattern number 1094, 10cms, (4"). £50-70 £45
252 H.W. Wilson, "With the Flag to Pretoria" and "After Pretoria, the Guerilla War", monthly papers bound in two volumes and "Japan's Fight for Freedom", similarly bound, (3). £80-120 £70
253 9ct gold Cigarette Case, rectangular form with engraved initials, marks, rubbed, approximately 16.5grms. £250-300 £230
254 Silver square Compact, engine turned decoration, maker's mark C. & N., Birmingham 1959. £30-50 £28
255 Silver folding Compact, square form with engine turned decoration, yellow metal clip and initial "M", indistinctly maker's mark, possibly Asprey's, London 1948. £100-150 £110
256 Silver Cigarette Case, square form with canted corners, engine turned decoration, applied yellow metal initial "M", gilt interior with inscription, maker's mark W.H.H., Birmingham 1949. £30-50 £28
257 Vellum bound Travelling Case, brass lock furniture, canvas outer cover, watered silk lined interior, with numerous silver-mounted fitments, by Finnigans, London 1947, the case 56cms, (22"). £400-600 £380
258 Minton pottery Tea Service, decorated with gilt flowers and scrolls, red band, marked, comprising twelve each cups, saucers, and side plates, two bread plates, milk jug and sugar bowl. £200-300  
259 Minton pottery Breakfast Service, decorated with an exotic bird amongst foliage, within a green scale border, marked, impressed mark, comprising six each cups, saucers, side plates, two meat plates, three square plates, six further tea plates, a teapot, and stand, hot water jug, six egg cups, milk jug, sugar bowl and slop bowl. £300-400  
260 Silver-plated Soda Siphon Stand, decorated with ribbon swags above a fluted body, circular base, cast handles, by Walker & Hall, 20cms, (8") and a circular silver-plated Muffin Dish, (2). £30-50 £45
261 Bronze Weight formed as a cockerel 6cms (2") and a Japanese Whitle formed as a Buddha head, 4cms, (1 "), (2). £30-50  
262 Lladro Figure, boy seated on rocks reading books, 29cms, (11"). £50-80 £140
263 Royal Worcester peach ground Jug, decorated Aquilegias, gilt scroll handle, No. 1631, 11" (4 "), £60-80 £70
300 19th Century Continental School, Fishermen on a river with a town beyond, oil on relined canvas, 49cms x 59cms, (19" x 23"). £300-400  
301 After Sturgess, "What's It All About", hand-coloured Print, 24cms x 34cms, (9.5" x 13.5"). £20-30 £12
302 E. Hacker, After Herring, "Steeplechase" - Plate 2, hand-coloured Engraving, 13cms x 15cms, (5" x 6"). £20-30 £10
303 Cambodian Temple Rubbing, framed, 50cms x 60cms, (20" x 24"). £15-20 £12
304 After HEyward Hardy, "A lawn meet at Aske", coloured Print, circa 1890, 45cms x 104cms, (17.5" x 3'5"). £120-180  
305 G. Zobell, After Samuel J. Carter, "Little Foxes", coloured Engraving, published by Henry Graves & Co., 1867, 51cms x 40cms, (20" x 16"). £50-100 £50
306 Charles Johnson-Payne, "Snaffles", "Oh! To be in England Now That Aprils There", signed limited edition coloured Print, numbered 119/850, 48cms x 70cms, (19" x 27.5"). £100-150 £90
307 After Charles Johnson-Payne, "Snaffles", "Sports in India", coloured Print, 48cms x 62cms, (19" x 24"). £100-150 £90
308 After Emanuel Bowen, "An Accurate Map of the County of Northampton Divided into its Hundreds", printed for Robert Sayer and John Bennett 1777, hand-coloured, 50cms x 40cms, (20" x 16"). £100-150 £85
309 After Alfred W. Strutt, "Not Caught Yet", monochrome Engraving, 48cms x 77cms, (23" x 30"). £50-80 £100
310 After Alfred W. Strutt, "Any Port in a Storm", monochrome Engraving, 46cms x 59cms, (18" x 27"). £50-80 £100
311 Frank Short, People by castle ruins in a country landscape, Etching, signed in pencil, 19cms x 31cms, (17.5" x 12"). £50-80  
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