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Wednesday March 21st 2018
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Saturday 21st April
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Friday November 17th 6pm
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Autumn Antique & Fine Art Sale 6th September 2017

06-09-2017

Wednesday 6th September 10am

On view Sat 2nd September 9am - 12.30pm & Mon & Tues 4th & 5th September 9am - 4.30pm

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

(Artist Resale Right) 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

 

Commencing 10am

Lots     1 - 92   Ceramics & Glass

Lots  93 - 144    Silver

Lots 150 - 283   Coins, Watches & Jewellery

Lots 301 - 388   Books & Maps

 

Commencing 1.30pm

Lots 391 - 456    Arms, Militaria & Field Sports

Lots 457 - 545   Pictures

Lots 560 - 622  Works of Art & Garden Items

Lots 630 - 645  Clocks

Lots 648 - 736  Furniture

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1 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 150

AN EARLY VICTORIAN SUNDERLAND LUSTRE POTTERY FROG MUG of cylindrical form, on glaze printed in black and naively overpainted in colours with three roistering sailors beside a drum, cannon and anchor above the verse "The Flag that's Braved a Thousand Years/The Battle and the Breeze", the reverse with the verse "England England ...", 4 1/2" high (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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2 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 150

A MID VICTORIAN SUNDERLAND LUSTRE POTTERY FROG MUG, printed in underglaze black and naively overpainted in colours to commemorate the Crimea War, the reverse printed with the verse "England England ... ", within pink splash and line borders, 4 3/4" high (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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3 Estimated Price: 100-150

TWO PEARLWARE NURSERY PLATES, early 19th century, both of octagonal form with daisy head moulded borders, printed in underglaze black, one with a half length portrait of the "Revd. J. Wesley" within a coloured and pink lustre border, the other with a harbour scene "Cheap Corn, Corn Law", naively overpainted in yellow, green, blue and iron red, 7 3/4" wide (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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4 Estimated Price: 120-160

A VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY GREYHOUND, modelled with free-standing legs, holding a rabbit in its mouth on a gilt highlighted green shaped base, 7 1/4" high (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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5 Estimated Price: 120-160

A VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY GREYHOUND, modelled with one free standing fore and back leg on a mottled black, green and yellow base with shredded clay "flowers", 6" high (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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6 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 90

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY GREYHOUNDS, modelled standing holding rabbits in their mouths, on a gilt lined shaped base, 7 1/2" high (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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7 Estimated Price: 200-300

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY GREYHOUNDS, modelled recumbent on ochre highlighted shaped oblong bases, 4 1/4" long (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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8 Estimated Price: 80-120 / Actual Price 60

A VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE PORCELLANEOUS INKWELL, modelled as a recumbent black and white spaniel with two tan and white puppies, on a gilt scroll highlighted cobalt blue "cushion" base, 5" wide, 3" high (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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9 Estimated Price: 120-160 / Actual Price 30

A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER PORCELAIN SMALL BOWL, c.1795, painted in underglaze blue with the "Rock Strata Island" pattern, script "W" mark, 3 3/4" diameter, 2" high (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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10 Estimated Price: 120-160 / Actual Price 300

AN ENGLISH SALTGLAZE STONEWARE TANKARD AND COVER, 19th century, of plain cylindrical form with greyhound handle, moulded and applied with a seated toper holding a church warden's pipe, flanked by an urn of flowers and a further toper, the interior with a centre divide close to the top and pierced with three small holes, the lift off cover with apertures for the division, unmarked, 6 1/2" high (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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11 Estimated Price: 100-150

A SET OF THREE STAFFORDSHIRE PORCELAIN TEA BOWLS AND SAUCERS, c.1790, on-glaze painted in coloured enamels with a dark puce swag suspended from puce rose heads within a green border, together with a matching helmet shaped jug and two other saucers, jug inscribed 489 in green (9) (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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12 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 90

A PEARLWARE FIGURE, c.1800, modelled as Andromache weeping over the ashes of Hector, highlighted in lilac, green, blue and turquoise and standing on a square base, 9 1/4" high, together with a similar small figure of a young female gardener standing beside a stream, a watering can over her right arm, 4 3/4" high (2) (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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13 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 50

A MATCHED PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY FLATBACK SPILL VASES, c.1900, modelled as Zebra on an oval gilt lined base, 8" and 7 1/2" high (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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14 Estimated Price: 150-200 / Actual Price 140

THREE STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY FLATBACK FIGURES, various dates, comprising a begging sailor in striped trousers waving an orange flag, standing barefoot with a lad at his side, 11 1/4" high, a shepherdess and lamb with granular clay fleece, 8" high, and a clock group modelled with a white poodle standing on the dial, flanked by a black and white and a tan and white seated spaniel, 9" high (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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15 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 80

A LARGE VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY FLATBACK WATCH HOLDER, modelled as a twin turreted castle, the (almost) bull's eye watch holder over a central door flanked by gothic windows and two further pairs of towers on a gilt lined oblong base with shredded clay foliage, 12 1/2" high, 11 1/2" wide (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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16 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 130

A VIENNA PORCELAIN CUP AND SAUCER, mid 19th century, encrusted with loose bouquets of flowers on a gilt and on-glaze blue painted ground, the baluster cup with entwined handle leaf terminals, cup only with beehive mark in underglaze blue, saucer 5 1/4" diameter (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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17 Estimated Price: 200-300 / Actual Price 240

A MEISSEN PORCELAIN FIGURAL POT POURRI AND COVER, late 19th century, of two handled inverted baluster form, moulded and applied with two putti holding flowers below encrusted panels enclosing polychrome flower sprays with gilt highlights, the pierced cover with high encrusted knop, crossed swords in underglaze blue, impressed and incised numerals, 13" high (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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18 Estimated Price: 150-200 / Actual Price 120

A PAIR OF FAIENCE CUSTARD CUPS, c.1800, of squat baluster form with green painted naturalistically moulded twig handles, each painted in polychrome enamels with a goat in open landscape below a flower spray, unmarked, 1 3/4" high (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT) (Illustrated)
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19 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 80

A COLLECTION OF ENGLISH PORCELAIN TEA WARES, early 19th century, all bat printed, comprising a Miles Mason bute shaped cup and saucer, two Newhall cups with ring handles and a saucer "The Charter House near Coventry", two Spode cups and saucers, four coffee cans and an oval teapot stand, 8" wide, a helmet shaped jug "Woburn Abbey", with silver lustre rim, a plate "Upton", 7" diameter, a teabowl, a Minton oval teapot stand painted en grisaille with a ruined cottage, pattern 119, 7" diameter, and a porcellaneous plate "South East View of Longleat", 6 1/2" diameter (20) (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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20 Estimated Price: 100-150

A DUTCH DELFT STAND, c.1800, of rounded triangular form, raised upon three peg feet, painted in blue with fine manganese outlines, with a religious scene inscribed "Joh:Jov 14" in a roundel within a chequered border, 9 1/2" wide, 1 3/4" high (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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