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In Chiswick, W4

The Fine Arts and Selected Antiques Sale

Tuesday, 11th February

Lot No:  1 (Jewellery)

A white metal diamond dress ring centred with a brilliant cut stone of approx. 1.45 cts, claw set with brilliance shoulders.

Lot No:  2 (General)

Five gold sovereigns dated 1879, 1897, 1914, 1917, 1918.

Lot No:  3 (Watches)

Omega, Switzerland. A gentlemen's stainless steel Seamaster wristwatch, together with original box.

Lot No:  4 (Clocks)

D. Schwarck, Leamington. A late Victorian gilt brass repeating carriage clock, the corniche case engraved with flowers, set Roman enamelled dial with outer minute track, signed, with platform escapement chiming gong, H. 18.5 cm, together with a red Morocco leather travelling case.

Lot No:  5 (Silver)

A good George V crocodile skin travelling vanity case, having fitted interior with a near matching set of silver and tortoise shell mounted bottles, jars, brushes etc., decorated in the Sheraton style, varying hallmarks, circa 1912.

Lot No:  6 (Ceramics)

A Wemyss pottery preserve jar and cover, decorated with flowers, stamped to the base 'Wemyss' and written in green 'Wemyss T. Goode & Company', height with lid 11.5 cm.

Lot No:  7 (Jewellery)

A fine white metal diamond cluster ring, profusely set with brilliant cut stones and pave set shoulders, the shank stamped 750.

Lot No:  8 (Jewellery)

Van Cleef & Arpels, Paris. An unusual yellow metal powder compact, the rectangular case with reeded hinged top enclosing a mirror and powder block within foliate pierced and engraved reserves, reputedly modified from an original cigarette case, Serial No. 35016.

Lot No:  9 (Glass)

A pair of French Empire style gilt metal and patinated bronze three branch candelabra, wired for electricity. H. 51.5 cm.

Lot No:  10 (General)

Wilson, Warden & Co. Ltd, London. A mahogany and glass cased barograph, model No. 4156/43/57. W. 31 cm, D. 15.5 cm, H. 19.5 cm. Together with spare charts and ink.

Lot No:  11 (Glass)

Baccarat, France, A large cut glass vase of octagonal faceted form, etched mark to base. H. 29 cm.

Lot No:  12 (Jewellery)

Chopard, Geneva. An 18ct white gold 'happy diamond crucifix pendant', pave set with diamonds and set with a glazed aperture containing three collette set loose diamonds together with original chain.

Lot No:  13 (Jewellery)

A white metal and diamond set dress ring, centred with graduated baguette cut diamonds bordered by graduated brilliant cut stones, the shank stamped 18k.

Lot No:  14 (Ceramics)

A pair of Art Nouveau style gilt metal mounted pottery centre bowls.

Lot No:  15 (Jewellery)

A 14ct yellow gold diamond and tanzanite dress ring centred with a large oval cut tanzanite within an openwork mount surround with small diamonds.

Lot No:  16 (Clocks)

A 19th century French rosewood portico clock, ormolu mounted with foliate marquetry decoration, the white enamelled Roman dial signed Estebenet, Auch, set 8-day cylinder movement with count wheel strike and suspended a figural ormolu grid iron pendulum, on plinth bases.

Lot No:  17 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

John Sprakes (contemporary British school), an abstract aerial view landscape study of vibrantly coloured fields in the Cubist manner, oil on canvas, W. 157 cm, H. 127 cm.

Lot No:  18 (Watches)

Cyma Watch Company. An 18ct yellow gold ladies cocktail watch with silvered Arabic dial with second subsidiary dial and set 15 jeweled mechanical movement.

Lot No:  19 (Jewellery)

A white metal three stone diamond ring, set three brilliant cut stones of approx. 1.66cts combined, the shank stamped 18ct.

Lot No:  20 (Books)

Edward Gibbon: Quarter calf-bound, "The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire" with a portrait and maps, complete in eight volumes. London, 1823.

Lot No:  21 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Vinita Karim (contemporary Burmese school), abstract still life study of bright orange sunflowers, signed lower left and dated 2004, mixed media oil on board, W. 38 cm, H. 49 cm.

Lot No:  22 (Jewellery)

A 19th century Italian micro mosaic plaque, depicting an architectural facade of the Colosseum, W. 4.5 cm.

Lot No:  23 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Follower of Sebastian Bourdon (French, 1616-1671), 'The Finding of Moses in the Bullrushes', figural study of women clustered around a baby within an idealised Classical landscape, unsigned, auction provenance to verso, oil on canvas within an ornately carved frame, W. 44 cm, H. 36 cm.

Lot No:  24 (Jewellery)

A 1960's yellow metal diamond set tablet ring, the tablet set with nine brilliant cut diamonds, the shank stamped 18ct.

Lot No:  25 (Jewellery)

A fine white metal and diamond set line bracelet, having 36 emerald cut diamonds, the clasp stamped 18k, L. 19 cm.

Lot No:  26 (Jewellery)

A white metal emerald and diamond set star ring centred with an oval cut emerald within diamond reserves and pave set shoulders, the shank stamped 750.

Lot No:  27 (Glass)

An Art Deco frosted glass ceiling light, decorated with acanthus leaves in the style of R. Lalique. D. 45 cm, H. 13.5 cm.

Lot No:  28 (Ceramics)

Troika Pottery, St Ives, Cornwall. A stoneware coffin vase, signed to base, H. 17.5 cm.

Lot No:  29 (Jewellery)

A white metal and diamond set flowerhead cluster ring, set with seven brilliant cut stones of approx. 3.65cts combined, the shank stamped 18k.

Lot No:  30 (Glass)

A George III club shaped cut glass decanter with later stopper, together with one other 19th century two ring decanter having flat stopper and a Victorian tumbler, wheel engraved with thistles and monogrammed H.L.

Lot No:  31 (Ceramics)

A 19th century Chinese porcelain footed bowl, decorated with the famille rose palette, decorated with figures amongst a stylized landscape, H. 7 cm, Dia. 15 cm.

Lot No:  32 (Jewellery)

A 19th century Architectural revival yellow metal and diamond set brooch with cameo panel depicting Venus with Amorini within foliate reserves set with split seed pearls and four rose cut diamonds.

Lot No:  33 (Mirrors)

A Victorian carved gilt wood framed over mantel mirror with applied floral decoration. H. 120 cm, W. 89 cm.

Lot No:  34 (Ceramics)

Troika Pottery, St Ives, Cornwall. A stoneware flask decorated with geometric designs on a blue ground, H. 20 cm.

Lot No:  35 (Ceramics)

Lomosov, USSR. A group of three porcelain dogs.

Lot No:  36 (General)

A George III gold guinea, mounted on a yellow metal fancy link chain stamped 9ct.

Lot No:  37 (Ceramics)

A pair of 19th century Viennese style porcelain tureens, gilt highlighted with floral designs on a cobalt blue and clear glaze ground, having removable covers and raised on square plinth bases.

Lot No:  38 (General)

A large Chinese mutton fat soapstone vase, heavily relief carved with an exotic bird eating fruit from a tree. H. 34 cm.

Lot No:  39 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Attributed to Sozo Philip Jones (modern Irish school), Cubist study of geometric forms, signed lower left and dated 2006, oil on panel, W. 33 cm, H. 33 cm.

Lot No:  40 (Ceramics)

A Continental porcelain centre bowl, the painted and flower encrusted bowl supported by two figures around a tree, raised on a flower encrusted pierced base.

Lot No:  41 (General)

A good Victorian Coromandel wood and brass bound toilet case/jewellery box, the hinged top enclosing a tiered fitted interior, with various associated silver mounted jars above a necessaire drawer, fitted Bramah lock and escutcheon.

Lot No:  42 (Jewellery)

A white metal citrine and diamond set dress ring, centred with an emerald cut orange citrine and flanked by graduated baguette cut diamonds.

Lot No:  43 (Bronze)

A Chinese bronze study of a seated deity, H. 14 cm.

Lot No:  44 (Ceramics)

A pair of Continental porcelain urns and covers, having cherub decorated pierced covers and floral encrusted well, supported by two further cherubs.

Lot No:  45 (Ceramics)

Herend, Hungary. A floral decorated and reticulated porcelain strawberry bowl and cover, having applied strawberry finial, H. 15 cm, L. 15 cm.

Lot No:  46 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Eva Bosch (Spanish contemporary school), 'The Listener', abstract study of an ear within a Surrealist landscape, oil on paper, W. 100 cm, H. 103 cm.

Lot No:  47 (Jewellery)

A tri-colour metal and diamond set 'Russian' wedding ring, pave set with diamonds, the shank stamped 750.

Lot No:  48 (Musical Instruments)

An electric guitar, signed by Bob Dylan, with a certificate of authenticity and the legend 'Times They Are A Changing' above the signature.

Lot No:  49 (Jewellery)

A white metal set five stone diamond ring, the graduated brilliant cut stones of approx. 1.87cts combined.

Lot No:  50 (Ceramics)

James McIntyre, a pair of Art Nouveau Burslem pottery vases, tube line decorated with tulips, bears underglaze signature William Moorcroft to base, H. 17 cm.

Lot No:  51 (Jewellery)

A late 19th century French silver gilt and enamel pendant in the 18th century style, centred with a turquoise cabochon surrounded by seed pearls with a natural pearl drop below.

Lot No:  52 (Glass)

A pair of 19th century Staffordshire pottery spaniels. H. 32 cm.

Lot No:  53 (Glass)

A Chinese Kilin octagonal glass snuff bottle decorated with dragons and with hardstone stopper.

Lot No:  54 (General)

A collection of four ikat dyed cotton throws.

Lot No:  55 (Ceramics)

Gustavsberg, Sweden. Ceramic table top box and cover, lid decorated with a smoking female figure on a green ground, raised on four bracket supports.

Lot No:  56 (Ceramics)

Clarice Cliff, Wilkinson Ltd. England. A large Bizarre pattern pottery vase decorated with floral designs on a cream ground, H. 24.5 cm.

Lot No:  57 (Glass)

Four 19th century glass celery vases, varying sizes.

Lot No:  58 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

19th century Indian school, a set of three erotic studies of a nobleman and courtesans cavorting within a walled garden, unframed watercolour on fabric, W. 56 cm, H. 66 cm.

Lot No:  59 (Silver)

A pair of Victorian silver salts of cauldron form with gadrooned borders, the sides chased with flowers and leaves on scrolling legs with ball and claw feet and amethyst glass liners, London 1839, and with single struck Kings pattern condiment spoons.

Lot No:  60 (Ceramics)

A pair of Chinese blue and white baluster shaped vases, decorated with bamboo shoots and figures on horseback in a stylised landscape, character marks to the bases.

Lot No:  61 (Jewellery)

A white metal diamond cluster ring, centred with an illusion set brilliant cut stone flanked with diamond set shoulders, together with an International Gemological Institute of India certificate.

Lot No:  62 (General)

A gold Arabic piastres coin, the obverse with a profile of King Fouad. Dia. 18 mm.

Lot No:  63 (Ceramics)

A Chinese 19th century blue and white cylindrical brush pot decorated with figures in a stylised landscape, six character marks to base.

Lot No:  64 (Silver)

A French gilt metal and onyx mantel clock, the circular dial with enamel Roman dial, two train movement with pierced shell and scroll surround flanked by two cast putti, on an oval onyx base with applied gilt metal flowers and putti with pierced shell, scroll and floral border on shell mounted volute scroll supports.

Lot No:  65 (General)

An early 20th century white jade vase of compressed oval form on raised oval base, carved with flowers, scrolls and leaves, with pierced suspensory chains and domed cover with ball finial.

Lot No:  66 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989), 'Off to Battle', from the 'Don Quixote de la Mancha' series, signature lower right with certificate to verso, etching and aquatint on paper, published by Levine and Levine. W. 53 cm, H. 70 cm.

Lot No:  67 (Glass)

Emile Galle (French, 1846-1904), an Art Nouveau carved cameo glass vase decorated with flowers, signed. H. 16 cm. Provenance: Sold at Christie's 19/10/2000, Lot 59.

Lot No:  68 (Bronze)

Ferdinand Barbedienne, a champ leve decorated gilt bronze mounted alabaster twin handled vase raised on four paw supports, signed 'Barbedienne'.

Lot No:  69 (Jewellery)

A Victorian yellow metal fob chain, converted to a bracelet, having ten Regency and Victorian seals.

Lot No:  70 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Rowell Tyson (contemporary British school), 'Sunset', seascape of the sun setting over the ocean, signed lower right, oil on canvas, W. 28.5 cm, H. 24 cm.

Lot No:  71 (Glass)

Emile Galle (French, 1846-1904), an Art Nouveau cameo art glass vase, decorated with floral designs on a yellow ground, signed post 1904, H. 17.5 cm. Provenance: Sold at Christie's, South Kensington, 19/10/2000, Lot 49.

Lot No:  72 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

After Roger Broders (French, 1883-1953), 'Theys (Isere)', Art Deco style travel poster of a French village within a valley, W. 62 cm, H. 101 cm.

Lot No:  73 (Silver)

A silver three piece tea set of baluster form, with double scroll handles on four scroll legs; the teapot with raised and hinged cover and ebonised finial and scroll handle, Sheffield 1904, by Walker & Hall.

Lot No:  74 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Deborah Jones (British, 1921-2012), 'Albert and Lucy', study of teddy bears on a shelf, signed lower right and dated 1990, gallery label to verso, oil on canvas, W. 39.5 cm, H. 29.5 cm.

Lot No:  75 (Glass)

Rene Lalique, Paris. An opaque blue glass bowl, 'Dahlias', No. 3210, marked 'R. LALIQUE, FRANCE', Dia. 26.3 cm. Provenance: Sold at Christie's, 2000

Lot No:  76 (Ceramics)

A Chinese blue and white baluster vase with wide neck rim decorated with a figural group within a forestry landscape, bears a six character mark within a double blue circle to base. H. 29 cm.

Lot No:  77 (Jewellery)

An unusual 9ct white gold articulated necklace, 70 grams.

Lot No:  78 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Elisabeth Vellacott (20th century school), 'Twinned Oaks', a woodland landscape study, bears New Art Centre Sloane Street Gallery label to verso, red chalk on paper. H. 43 cm, W. 37 cm.

Lot No:  79 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Neil Dallas Brown A.R.S.A. (British, 1938-2004), 'Figure and Cat in Dark Pool', signed lower right, Cork Street Gallery label to verso, oil on board, W. 86 cm, H. 119 cm.

Lot No:  80 (Watches)

Omega, Switzerland. An 18ct yellow gold gentlemen's wristwatch, champagne baton dial, having date aperture and set automatic movement with later faux leather strap.

Lot No:  81 (Ceramics)

A 19th century sponged decorated blue and white cow creamer.

Lot No:  82 (Jewellery)

A fine white metal and diamond set crucifix pendant together with a fancy link chain.

Lot No:  83 (Silver)

A silver strawberry set comprising sugar bowl and matching cream jug, oval, lobed bodies with gadrooned borders and angled side handles, Birmingham 1906.

Lot No:  84 (Jewellery)

A yellow metal black pearl and diamond set dress ring, the shank stamped 750.

Lot No:  85 (Ceramics)

A 19th century Leeds Pottery ceramic bust of Shakespeare, H. 32 cm.

Lot No:  86 (General)

A mid Victorian black lacquered papier mache oval tea tray, centred with a painted floral bouquet within gilt heightened abalone shell inlaid reserves. W. 76 cm.

Lot No:  87 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Early 20th century Northern European school, a wooded landscape study with figures meeting at dusk, oil on canvas, W. 91 cm, H. 121 cm.

Lot No:  88 (Ceramics)

An 18th century Worcester hard paste porcelain teapot of melon form, painted with roses and floral sprigs. H. 16 cm.

Lot No:  89 (Watches)

International Watch Company, Schaffhausen. A rose gold plated gentlemen's wristwatch having black enamelled Arabic dial, set mechanical movement No. 1109967 with later strap.

Lot No:  90 (Jewellery)

A yellow and white metal set diamond and sapphire cluster ring, centred with an oval cut sapphire within diamond reserves, the shank stamped 750.

Lot No:  91 (Silver)

A pair of silver pepperettes, on four scroll legs, the domed and pierced covers with urn finials, Sheffield 1904, Walker & Hall, a silver bowl of bellied circular form with two lion mounted scroll side handles on raised circular foot, Chester 1912, and a silver jar cover, Sheffield 1906.

Lot No:  92 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

19th century British school, a half length portrait of a young lady in blue silk and lace gown, holding a scroll in her right hand, oil on canvas, W. 102 cm, H. 127 cm.

Lot No:  93 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Jenny Devereux (British contemporary school), 'Dreamtime in the River', Japanese style study of carp swimming amongst water lilies, signed lower right and numbered 86/300, limited edition lithographic etching, W. 78.5 cm, H. 50 cm.

Lot No:  94 (Ceramics)

A Shelley Phlox pattern porcelain tea service, No. 12190, comprising six cups, six saucers, six sides plates, serving plate and sugar bowl, with floral painted and transfered decoration.

Lot No:  95 (Jewellery)

A fine and rare white metal set opal and diamond ring in the Art Nouveau taste, centred with an oval cabochon opal of approx. 8.9cts, set within diamond reserves of approx. 1.89cts combined, the shank stamped 750.

Lot No:  96 (General)

A 19th century Grand Tour ormolu figural study of a peasant dancer, raised on a circular alabaster base, H. 12.5 cm.

Lot No:  97 (Jewellery)

A white metal diamond dress ring of interlaced lozenge form, set brilliant and baguette cut stones, the shank stamped 375.

Lot No:  98 (Jewellery)

Garrard & Co., London. An 18ct yellow gold and diamond set eternity ring, set ten brilliant cut diamonds.

Lot No:  99 (General)

A 19th century North European white metal mounted leather belt purse, relief cast with an extensive horseback hunting scene.

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