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Antique & Fine Art Sale

Wednesday 6th September
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Saturday 23rd September
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Friday November 17th
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Autumn Antique & Fine Art Sale 10th September

10-09-2014
Wednesday 10th September 10am

On view Sat 6th September 9am - 12.30pm & Mon & Tues 8th & 9th September 9am - 4.30pm

Online bidding available for this sale through www.the-saleroom.com

(AR) indicates that this item may be a qualifying item for Droit de Suite Royalty charges.  The resale of works by living artists and those deceased up to 70 years before sale date is now subject to a 4% levy provided the net selling price is 1000 euros or over.  This is payable by the purchaser.

ORDER OF SALE

Order of Sale

Morning Session commencing 10am
Ceramics & Glass  Lots 1 - 107
Silver, Coins, Watches & Jewellery  Lots 108 - 270
Books & Maps 280 - 409


Afternoon Session commencing 1.30pm
Pictures Lots 411 - 546
Works of Art & Textiles Lots 546 - 602
Arms, Militaria & Field Sports  Lots 603 - 754
Clocks & Barometers Lots 760 - 774
Garden Items & Furniture Lots 775 - 882

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1 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 160

A ROYAL WORCESTER CHINA TOOTHPICK HOLDER, 1965, painted in polychrome enamels with a still life of two apples and white grapes on a mossy bank, indistinctly signed, black mark, 2 1/4" high
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2 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 150

A ROYAL CROWN DERBY CHINA PLATE, 1905, of shaped circular form with gadroon moulded rim, centrally painted in soft polychrome enamels by Cuthbert Gresley with a loose bouquet of summer flowers within a raised gilt swag highlighted cobalt blue border, signed, pattern 6448, iron red mark, 8 3/4" diameter
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3 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 150

A COALPORT CHINA CABINET PLATE, early 20th century, of shaped circular form centrally painted by F Chivers with a still life of two apples and blackberries on a mossy bank within a gilt highlighted cobalt blue border, signed and inscribed 5351/R, green mark, 9" diameter
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4 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 170

A ROYAL CROWN DERBY CHINA MINIATURE SOLITAIRE, modern, painted in the Imari palette with pattern No.1128, and comprising teapot and cover, milk jug, sugar basin, tea cup and saucer and oval tray, 7 3/4" wide (5)
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5 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 100

A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER PORCELAIN BUTTER TUB AND COVER, c.1775, of plain circular form with reeded lug handles, printed in underglaze blue with the "Three Flowers" pattern, crescent mark, 4 1/4" diameter excluding handles, together with a similar "Fence" pattern teapot and cover, crescent mark, 4 1/2" high (2)
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6 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 120

TWO SUNDERLAND PEARLWARE FROG MUGS, early 19th century, both of plain cylindrical form with strap handle, the larger mug by Dixon & Co. printed in black and overpainted in colours with the Mariner's Compass and a verse, 5 1/2" high, the other printed in black and naively overpainted with "Noran Creina, Steam Yacth" (sic) and "Success to the Fisherman" within orange lustre bands, 5 1/4" high
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7 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 50

A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER SMALL PORCELAIN MUG, c.1758, of baluster form with reeded handle, on-glaze printed in black with the "King of Prussia", unmarked but Holdship's rebus within the print, 3 1/4" high, together with a Caughley porcelain blue and white printed canister of ribbed barrel form with matched cover, 4" high, a similar plain canister with blue and gilt borders (no cover) and a similar blue and white saucer dish, 8 1/2" high (4)
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8 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 170

A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER PORCELAIN DISH, c.1775, of lobed circular form painted in underglaze blue with the "Rubber Tree Plant" pattern, pseudo Chinese character mark, 7 1/2" diameter
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9 Estimated Price: 80-120 / Actual Price 110

A SPODE PORCELAIN EGG CRUET, c.1800, the plain circular low pedestal stand supporting five pedestal cups, all with a gilt line rim, base inscribed SPODE in iron red, 7" diameter, together with a larger egg cruet base, tea bowl and saucer, coffee cup, saucer dish centrally painted with a country house, Newhall sugar basin pattern N171 and a Barr period ecuelle stand (7)
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10 Estimated Price: 1200-1800 / Actual Price 1250

FIVE VARIOUS MEISSEN MONKEY BAND FIGURES, late 19th/early 20th century, comprising singer, drummer, bagpiper, harpsichordist and guitarist, all on gilt highlighted rococo scroll moulded shaped bases, after J J Kaendler originals, underglaze blue crossed swords, incised and impressed numerals, 5 1/2" - 4 1/2" high (Illustrated)
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11 Estimated Price: 100-150

A SARREGUEMINES MAJOLICA CHARACTER JUG, late 19th century, the typical smiling man wearing a soldier's crimson and turquoise peaked cap, impressed numerals, 8 1/2" high
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12 Estimated Price: 150-200 / Actual Price 200

A PAIR OF CHOISY LE ROI EARTHENWARE PLAQUES, late 19th century, of dished oval form painted in polychrome enamels by A. Armand, with two gentlemen soldiers wearing brightly coloured be-ribboned breeches in open landscape, signed, impressed HB & Cie, 13 1/2" x 7 1/2", mounted in cast gilt metal frames with hinged candle sconces
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13 Estimated Price: 300-500 / Actual Price 300

A LARGE GERBING & STEPHAN BRONZED EARTHENWARE FIGURE OF A VIKING, 19th century, wearing a winged helmet and long cloak over a skin tunic, two knives slung at his waist, his right hand resting on his shield, standing on a naturalistically moulded waisted circular base, impressed mark, 36" high (Illustrated)
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14 Estimated Price: 100-150

A COPELAND EARTHENWARE LARGE TRAY, mid 19th century, of floriform printed in underglaze blue with the "Willow" pattern within a gilt rim, impressed mark, 22" diameter
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15 Estimated Price: 250-400

A FRENCH FAIENCE TOBY JUG AND COVER, late 19th century, modelled as a seated female wearing a green and blue diapered head-dress, yellow trimmed apron over a Chantilly sprigged dress and clogs, the cover with pewter mount and thumbpiece, indistinctly marked, 11 1/2" high
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16 Estimated Price: 70-90

A JOHN RIDGWAY EARTHENWARE FISH PLATTER, mid 19th century, of elongated oval form, printed in underglaze blue with the "Delaware" pattern, printed mark, 29" wide
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17 Estimated Price: 300-500 / Actual Price 320

A DOCUMENTARY SLIPWARE PLANT POT, 1878, of flared cylindrical form with knopped rim and two scroll handles, inscribed "E.S.D. Taylor/August 10 1878", above eight applied wheat ears on a plain ground, 8" high (Illustrated)
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24 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 80

AN IMARI PORCELAIN VASE of rounded cylindrical form painted in underglaze blue and overpainted in burnt orange and gilt with flowerheads on a scroll ground, 15" high, later converted to an electric table lamp base with gilt metal mount on a cast bronzed metal base with claw and ball feet, 19 1/2" high overall
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25 Estimated Price: 500-600 / Actual Price 500

A PAIR OF JAPANESE SATSUMA EARTHENWARE VASES, Meiji period, of flared cylindrical form with rounded shoulders, painted in typical palette with a continuous parade, seal mark to base, 6 1/2" high (Illustrated)
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26 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 80

A SET OF THREE TEK SING CARGO PORCELAIN SMALL BOWLS of shallow circular form with underglazed border, 4 1/4" diameter, a Vung Tau Cargo porcelain saucer (ex Christies' part lot 806), 5" diameter, all with original labels, a pair of similar teabowls and saucers, box and cover and a Batavian ware teabowl (8)
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