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Decorative Arts From 1860

Fine Art & Antiques

Tuesday 1st November 2011, 10:30 am

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Ceramics 1 - 57
Silver 58 - 134
Jewellery 135 - 172
Objets d'Art 175 - 224
Metalware 225 - 229
Miniatures and Silhouettes 230 - 239
Books 245 - 277
 
Wines 279 - 319
Prints & Engravings 320 - 321
Watercolours 322 - 342
Oil Paintings 343 - 374
Clocks 375 - 386
Furniture 387 - 479
Carpets and Rugs 389 - 391
General 480 - 481


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Price
Objets d'Art
201 A carved ivory and silk lined lace parasol, marked "GRANT & GASK", carved decoration to the handle, 65cms, (25"). £100-150 £110
202 A carved ivory silk-lined black lace parasol, marked '"Cazel, Paris", carved ivory handle, white metal ferrule, 59cms, (23"). £100-150 £110
203 A carved ivory and black silk parasol, probably French late 19th century, with a hooped terminal, 58cms, (23"). £100-150 £100
204 A French ivory and ostrich feather parasol, marked, Desprez S.G.D.G., Paris, the handle with carved "ties", white metal ferrule, height 62cms, (24"). £250-300 £320
205 A carved ivory and silk parasol, probably French late 19th century, with a gilt metal and "jewelled" handle, carved decoration to the handle, 70cms, (27"). £250-300 £360
206 An Edwardian beechwood and silk parasol, with a hooked terminal, 72cms, 28" and four other parasols, (5). £160-200 £220
207 A European carved ivory cross pendant, carved in high relief with acorns and oak leaves, 10cms, (4"); A carved ivory rose pendant, 6cms, (2"); A turned ivory cylindrical pot, mirror insete lid, 4cms, (1") and an Eastern ivory carved figure, holding a staff, (damaged), 11cms, (4"), (4). £200-300 £180
208 A Victorian papier mache travelling box, of shaped rectangualr form, the exterior painted with flowers within gilt borders, fitted compartmentalised interior, width 30cms, (12"), depth 23cms, (9"), height 14cms, (5"). £100-150 £250
209 John Obrisset, A Queen Anne circular horn box, pressed with an allegory of Queen Anne as "Fame", with a legend "LA RENOMEE", diameter 9cms, (3"). Footnote: Literature: Phillip Philips John Aubresett and his works in horn and tortoiseshell 1705-1728, 1938 No. 54 and illustrated. The catalogue indicates the box was made to commemorate the signing of the Treaty of Utrecht 1713. Provenance: Phillip A S Phillips and thence by descent. £200-300 £190
210 A Victorian walnut travelling box, of oblong form with a domed lid, inlaid mother of pearl plaque and escutcheon, fitted interior, glass bottles, lidded compartment, the tray section, secret drawer under, width 30cms, (12"). £100-150 £110
211 A Victorian inlaid rosewood work box, of oblong form with mother of pearl banding and white metal stringing, well fitted silk lined interior, width 28cms, (11"). £100-150 £120
212 A Victorian figured walnut writing box, of oblong form, with brass outline, and escutcheon, enclosing an ebonised based tooled leather writing slope, width 40cms, (15"). £100-150 £120
213 A Victorian inlaid rosewood travelling box, of oblong form, with mother of pearl foliate decoration, circular brass plaque, well-fitted interior with glass jar and bottle, velvet covered, tray section, secret drawer under, width 25cms, (10"). £100-150 £120
214 An Anglo-Indian inlaid ivory walking stick, with a spiral twist section, mother of pearl, tortoiseshell, anbd maccasser ebony inlay, polygonal pommel, 89cms, (35") £500-700 £3600
215 After Antonio Canova "The Three Graces" carved ivory group, 20th century, 19cms, on a hard wood stand, the presentation plaque dated December 1944. £100-150 £1600
216 A pair of Chinese cloisonne baluster-shaped vases, with flared rims, panelled decoration of birds on a patterned turquoise ground, (repaired), 31cms, (12"). £200-300  
217 A pair of Chinese bronze vases, circa 1900, reddish patination, flared rims, cast foliate and bird panels, with cast peacock handles, raised on mask-head supports, 39cms, (15"). £400-500  
218 A Chinese cloisonne two-handled bowl, the exterior with stylised flowers and foliate tendrils, on a turquoise ground, serpent-head handles, width 25cms, (10"). £200-300  
219 After Eutrope Bouret, classical maiden seated, dark patinated bronze figure on a Belge noir plinths, 40cms, (15"). £500-800 £600
220 A jadeite carved roundel, decorated with dragons chasing a flaming pearl, diameter 7cms, (3"), a carved jadeite gourd 7cms, (3"), five Chinese hardstone beakers, three jadeite tablets, etc., (15). £100-150 £340
221 A Bassett-Lowke '0' gauge scale model of The Royal Scott, No. 6100 in L.M.S. livery, with tender, on a length of track, in a leaded glazed case on a wooden base, length 65cms, (25"), with the original box, together with a quantity of track and a Meccano transformer unit, No. 20A, (a collection). £800-1200 £850
222 A Victorian papier mache jewellery box, of oblong form, mother of pearl inlay, painted banding and a floral spray to the lid, fitted interior, width 21cms, (8"). £200-300  
223 A Victorian gilt metal and Japanese carved ivory seal, the handle carved with two monkeys and a crab, on a rocky outcrop, monogram intaglio, 9cms, (3") overall. £80-120 £340
224 An Indian knife, Bade-bade, 20cms, (8") blade, carved horn guard and a similar parrot's head handle, in a sheaf, 33cms, (13") overall and another similar (damaged), (2). £70-100 £130
Metalware
225 A pewter tankard, mid 17th century, flat top, domed lid, the thumb-piece designed as an Ionic scroll, supported by two birds, 'S' shaped handle, straight sided tapering body with a moulded foot, struck with four leopard's head marks to the lid and to the body, (repaired hinge, possibly re-shaped), 16.5cms, (6"). Footnote: Offered with two letters from Lambert, Coventry Street, London, .W, dated 1911. In one letter they report "We are of opinion that you can safely describe your pewter tankard as of the time of the Commonwealth circa 1655. Curiously there is a dish bearing the same marks leopard's head four times repeated quite close to you in Thorpe Langton Church..... the date is ascribed as 1655". £500-800 £2700
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Viewing Category Lots
 
Viewing Category Lots
View All Sections 1 - 481
Ceramics 1 - 57
Silver 58 - 134
Jewellery 135 - 172
Objets d'Art 175 - 224
Metalware 225 - 229
Miniatures and Silhouettes 230 - 239
Books 245 - 277
 
Wines 279 - 319
Prints & Engravings 320 - 321
Watercolours 322 - 342
Oil Paintings 343 - 374
Clocks 375 - 386
Furniture 387 - 479
Carpets and Rugs 389 - 391
General 480 - 481

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