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In Chiswick, W4

Fine & Select Sale

Monday, 17th July

Lot No:  298 (Silver)

A silver six slot toast rack on ball feet with circular loop handle, by Thomas Bradbury and Sons Ltd, Sheffield, 1926, 12.0 x 11.0 cm, 198.6 grs

Lot No:  299 (Silver)

A selection of small silver items to include a silver cream jug with repousse decoration and scrolling handle on 3 hoofed feet (hallmarks rubbed), 4 x silver coffee spoons with truncated terminals, maker's mark rubbed, Birmingham, 1927, 2 x mustard spoons, by Brewis & Co (Thomas Kanzow Bowley), London, 1895, 157.5grs gros (7)

Lot No:  300 (Asian)

A large and complex South East Asian carved wooden group of a Hindu deity riding the back of a winged demon,150 cm H, signed B.J. Pakudui

Lot No:  301 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Pierre Adolphe Valette (1876-1942, French), a portrait of an unknown seated woman wearing a white blouse with a black skirt, possibly that of Gabriella (his wife), sat in a French room, oil on board, signed lower left, 50cm x 33cm, in a gilt frame. Prov: Present owner acquired the painting in the 1970s in Manchester.

Lot No:  302 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Arthur Henry Knighton-Hammond RI ROI & RSW (1875-1970), study of a mountain scene, watercolour on paper, signed in pencil lower right, 49 x 31cm

Lot No:  303 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

19th century Indonesian (Sumatra) engraved brass betel or tabacco box, 12 x 4 x 6cm

Lot No:  304 (Silver)

A 19th century Colonial Spanish (possibly Argentinian), white metal (possibly silver), three footed dish, 6 x 15cm

Lot No:  305 (Silver)

A 19th century Colonial Spanish (possibly Argentinian), white metal (possibly silver), twin handled dish, 3x 14x 11cm

Lot No:  306 (Silver)

Two late 18 / early 19th century Colonial Spanish silver (probably Bolivian),mate cups, 10cm and 10.5cm high

Lot No:  307 (Oriental)

Three small 19th century enamelled wine cups, made for the Straits Chinese Market, 4.5cm & 5cm diameter.

Lot No:  308 (Asian)

A pair of early 20th century Singapore / Malay silver pillow ends, 7.5cm diameter.

Lot No:  309 (Silver)

A late 19th century Indian silver mustard pot and spoon, with chased floral decoration, 7.5cm high.

Lot No:  310 (Silver)

An Indonesian miniature silver spittoon, made for Peranakan Chinese Market, 6cm high.

Lot No:  311 (Tribal)

Two carved and incised decorated South American gourds, 22cm & 18cm

Lot No:  312 (Asian)

An early 20th century lacquered Thai betal box, inset with mother of pearl decoration, 11cm high

Lot No:  313 (Silver)

A pair of 19th century (possibly earlier) Moroccan silver cloak fasteners, bearing impressed marks verso, 10 x 8cm and 4.5 x 7.5cm

Lot No:  314 (Asian)

A pair 19th century Persian horn carpet weaver shuttles, 26cm & 23cm

Lot No:  315 (Asian)

A pair 18th century Ottoman / Balkan silver buckles, bearing impressed marks verso, 17cm long

Lot No:  316 (Tribal)

A late 18th / early 19th century Ljebu / Yoruba bronze ceremonial rattle anklet, 20cm diameter

Lot No:  317 (Tribal)

An African or Oceanic tribal comb, with plain mahogany handle, 21cm long.

Lot No:  318 (General)

A pair of Victorian cast bronze candlesticks with copper coloured detailing and profusely decorated with floral motifs, rams heads and classical urns and figures on circular bases, 15 cm H (2)

Lot No:  319 (Silver)

A solid silver domed sugar caster, hallmarked for London and decorated with a scalloped design to the lid, body and footed base, 15.0 x 6 cm, Weight 137.10 g

Lot No:  320 (Silver)

A Georgian salt cellar and blue glass liner with 3 pierced eggcups, 2 cloisonne enamel egg cups and a silver sugar bowl with blue glass liner (7)

Lot No:  321 (Silver)

A set of 6 Georgian solid silver desert spoons, London, circa 1795, Gross Weight 180.10 g (6)

Lot No:  322 (Silver)

A set of 4 Irish Georgian tea spoons, Dublin, circa 1811, Makers mark S.G. Gross Weight 56.40 g (4)

Lot No:  323 (Silver)

2 x Georgian solid silver spoons,London, circa 1809, Makers mark RT and a Sterling silver baby's spoon by the Colorado Sterling Silver Company, Gross Weight 107.30 g (3).

Lot No:  324 (Silver)

A Tiffany & Co solid silver serving spoon, marked Tiffany & Co Sterling, Weight 81.10 g

Lot No:  325 (Silver)

A silver trumpet flower vase with a loaded base (marks rubbed), a pair of silver pin dishes containing porcelain plaque centres depicting a hunting and carriage scene by Robert Pringle, Birmingham, circa 1906 (3)

Lot No:  326 (Silver)

A small solid silver cylindrical pill box with screw lid, London, circa 1819, with a (800) silver cased comb with engine-turned decoration, (Pill box 2.30 x 2.40 cm), Weight 21.0 g (2)

Lot No:  327 (Silver)

A silver whisky decanter label with cast and applied silver gilt grape and vine decoration and chain, London, circa 1971, Length (from top of chain to bottom of label) 12.0 cm, Width (of label) 4.50 cm, Weight 21.10 g

Lot No:  328 (Silver)

A Victorian silver topped and cut glass scent bottle, the screw lid decorated with a radiating hand beaten motif around a central, circular, vacant cartouche, London, circa 1890

Lot No:  329 (Silver)

A Victorian Bachelors (3 x piece) silver tea set consisting of teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl all with fluted surface decoration and egg and dart moulding to the rims, the teapot with ebonised handle and finial, Sheffield, 1898, 735.0 g/ 26 Troy oz (3)

Lot No:  330 (Silver)

A Victorian solid silver cigar piercer propelling pencil mechanism made and patented by L.C Hardmuth of Austria and retailed by Sampson Mordan & Co, London, hallmarks worn, Length 7.50 cm, Weight 18.20 g

Lot No:  331 (Silver)

A Victorian 9 ct yellow gold cigar piercer / propelling pencil mechanism made and retailed by Sampson Mordan & Co, London, hallmarks worn, Length 7.30 cm, Weight 13.40 g

Lot No:  332 (Objects of Vertu)

A hallmarked 9 ct gold cigar piercer with 2 x gold filled propelling pencils.(9 ct gold engraved cigar piercer hallmarked Birmingham, 1861), (1 x gold filled pencil bears Greek key engine turned engraving and stamped 'Mordan Ever Point Patent Applied for'), (the other gold filled, engraved example stamped Hicks' Patent March 2171') (3)

Lot No:  333 (Watches)

A Victorian, boxed, 9 ct gold pocket watch made by Waltham, Massachusetts, circa 1850 and retailed by W. Grogan Jewellers of Manchester, a Victorian 9 ct rose gold double Albert chain and silver and gold plated fob with vacant cartouche (2)

Lot No:  334 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

A pair of antique prints of Admiral Horatio Nelson in carved and gilded, burr walnut veneered frames, (one print portrait in monochrome and the other hand-coloured) 35.50 x 30.70 cm (2)

Lot No:  335 (Silver)

A late 19th century Elkington & Co silver plated twin handled tray, with engraved scroll decoration, bearing crest to the centre, 72cm width.

Lot No:  336 (Furniture)

A late Victorian / early Edwardian mahogany smoker's cigar cabinet, the door heavily carved with foliate detail opens to reveal a drawer inside and area for pipe display, with a further drawer at the bottom and display section at the top with pierced brass gallery, Stamped at top 'Reg N 9215649', 51.0 x 21.0 x 16.50 cm

Lot No:  337 (Furniture)

French hall table, bronze caryatid winged putti figure with twin serpent 'legs' standing amongst verdigris bullrushes, further scroll supports, marble two tier circular base, red variegated marble top, overall 89x 72.5cm

Lot No:  338 (Furniture)

Georgian mahogany metamorphic dining table, forming square table, circular centre table, or two 'd' demi lune tables, the stand of octagonal spreading form, quadripartite base & bun feet, the ends on turned legs with brass castors, square form 106x 127.5cm, with ends 73.5x 202x 127.5cm

Lot No:  339 (Furniture)

Set of 6 Victorian mahogany Chippendale style dining chairs, pierced vase splat, box legs, (4&2)

Lot No:  340 (Furniture)

Early 20thC mahogany twin pedestal desk, copper Art Nouveau handles to 9 drawers, 68x 106x 60cm

Lot No:  341 (Furniture)

Victorian mahogany straightfront chest of three graduating drawers, bun handles & bun feet, 97x 93x 54.5cm

Lot No:  342 (Furniture)

Georgian mahogany bowfront chest of two over three graduating drawers, brush slide, beading, bracket feet, 90x 75.5x 45cm

Lot No:  343 (Furniture)

Late 19th early 20thC Indian campaign writing desk with accompanying stand, the box of mixed wood including teak & rosewood, silvered metal decoration & banding, further brass decoration, handles & feet, open to reveal papers rack, pen & ink tray, secret compartment, writing slope with metal decoration, the stand to fit the box with rosewood top, pumpkin  read more 

Lot No:  344 (Lighting)

Indian bidriware lamp, baluster shape with leaf decoration, spreading circular base set on brass leaf form feet, lamp 32cm h

Lot No:  345 (Lighting)

French early 20thC brass gilded ceiling light, six branches with rambling rose buds & leaves, 75x 64cm dia

Lot No:  346 (Furniture)

French early 20thC walnut dressing stool, twin arms, floral carving, cabriole legs, Tiger decorated silk upholstery & cushions

Lot No:  347 (Furniture)

French late 19thC wash / dressing chest, satin walnut, red variegated marble insert, three graduating drawers, target handles, bun feet, later mirror, approx 90x 93cm without mirror

Lot No:  348 (Clocks)

18thC longcase clock by Gregory of Basingstoke, c1740, 12" brass face with four dials, chime, seconds, day & time, Roman numerals, twin train 8 day movement striking on a bell, arch top oak case with columns to hood, overall 216cm

Lot No:  349 (Clocks)

18thC longcase clock by Roe of Farnham, c1760, 12" painted face with three dials; seconds, day & time, 8 day twin train movement striking on a bell, light oak arch top case with tri brass finials, overall 226cm h

Lot No:  350 (Clocks)

19thC longcase clock by Joshua Crundwell of Hadlow, 12" painted face with Roman numerals & strawberry decoration,30 hour chain driven movement striking on a bell, mahogany case with satinwood barber pole & inlay, fretwork & columns to hood, overall 207.5cm

Lot No:  351 (Clocks)

Late 19thC wall clock, regulator striking on a coil, drop down dial walnut case with glass aperture, 7" enamel face with Roman numerals, overall 39.8cm

Lot No:  352 (Clocks)

Walnut mantle clock c.1870, triple chain movement, painted face with Roman numerals, overall 39.8cm h

Lot No:  353 (Clocks)

19thC longcase clock by Hayes of Stamford c1850, 12" painted face with stately home and rose decoration, two dials & Roman numerals, 8 day movement with twin train striking on a bell, oak & mahogany case, swan neck pediment with eagle finial, overall 217cm

Lot No:  354 (Clocks)

Ship's bulkhead clock c1900, Smith's of Cricklewood, brass case 6 1/2" enamel dial with Roman numerals, key winding 8 day single barrel movement

Lot No:  355 (Furniture)

French late Napoleon III walnut frame conversation sofa, scroll arms, leaf carving, cabriole legs, brass castors, later buttonback upholstery, 190cm w

Lot No:  356 (Furniture)

19thC card table, flame mahogany, canted D shape of 1820 design, tapering box legs, 93.5cm w

Lot No:  357 (Furniture)

Early Victorian bookcase cabinet of Dutch influence, lion mask and trailing floral carving flanking single glazed door with geometric colour panels, single cushion drawer over cupboard with fan & geometric carving flanked by further lion masks & trailing, 228x 90cm

Lot No:  358 (Furniture)

18thC Dutch oak coffer / blanket chest, original lock, single piece lid, adze cut scales and dated 1780, iron handles, 75x 103cm

Lot No:  359 (Oriental)

Late 19thC Chinese clothes chest, for keep-sakes and formal clothing, four drawers with ying brass handles over double door cupboard with brass fitments, further brass edges & feet, 77.5x 90.5cm

Lot No:  360 (Furniture)

Late Georgian bowfront chest of two over three graduating drawers, bun handles, beading, bun feet, 106cm w

Lot No:  361 (Oriental)

A Japanese gold lacquered box decorated with allover landscape design in gilt, having a handle to the top and an end door which opens to reveal three drawers 13 x 11 x 17cm

Lot No:  362 (Oriental)

A C19th Japanese Satsuma porcelain vase of waisted octagonal section form, hand painted and gilded with floral designs including chrysanthemum flowers, signed underneath 25 x 14,5 x 14.5cm

Lot No:  363 (Oriental)

An early 20thC Japanese bronze figure of a boy holding a bird cage, the boy wearing traditional robe and sandals, the cage suspended by wire from his left hand, signed to the base, 35 x 14 x 10cm

Lot No:  364 (Oriental)

A C19th Japanese lacquered and gilded inro of five sections, having a floral design to one side and decorated with a bamboo implement to the other 9.5 x 5 x 3cm

Lot No:  365 (Oriental)

A C19th Japanese brown lacquered inro of five sections, decorated with landscape scenes, picked out in gilding, 9 x 5 x 3cm

Lot No:  366 (Oriental)

A C19th Japanese black lacquered inro of two sections, decorated with mother of pearl inlaid butterflies with gilt outlines 7 x 9.5 x 3cm

Lot No:  367 (Oriental)

A C19th Japanese black lacquered inro of five sections, having mother of pearl inlay to both sides, one side decorated with flowers, the other with Japanese characters, with an amber bead to the string, 7 x 5.5 x 2cm

Lot No:  368 (Oriental)

A C19th Japanese black lacquered inro of six sections, having gilded landscape decoration incorporating a Shinto arch and trees, 9 x 5 x 3cm

Lot No:  369 (Oriental)

A set of reproduction Japanese Kitagawa Utamaro calligraphy prints, contained in a folio 41 x 30 x 6cm

Lot No:  370 (General)

Two 19thC mother of pearl card cases, both with an engraved central silver panel, one with abalone borders to both sides 10 x 8 x 1cm

Lot No:  371 (General)

Three C19th mother of pearl inlaid card cases, two engraved with floral designs, the other left plain 10 x 8 x 1cm

Lot No:  372 (Silver)

A Japanese early 20thC silver and cloisonne lidded incense burner / candle holder, having allover pierced and wire-work design and enamelled flowers, stamped to the base 11 x 8 x 8cm

Lot No:  373 (Oriental)

A C19th Japanese lacquered glasses case, carved with Japanese characters to one side, and a bird amongst foliage to the other, with a hooped bone token attached, the case containing a pair of glasses 18 x 8 x 3cm

Lot No:  374 (Oriental)

A collection of five small Japanese boxes, four being lacquered, one of those of circular form and decorated with a view of mount Fuji 8 x 8 x 3cm, another being gilded and decorated with a landscape, the last box of rectangular form and made of brass with engraved and applied floral designs 4 x 9 x 6cm

Lot No:  375 (Oriental)

A collection of four boxes, three being Japanese puzzle boxes, inlaid with landscape scenes in the traditional manner, the other an eastern box carved with scrolling designs 10 x 27 x 12cm

Lot No:  376 (Oriental)

A large collection of unframed Japanese stencils contained in plastic sleeves 116 x 55cm

Lot No:  377 (Oriental)

A C19th Japanese pine water pump, with an iron handle, bound and studded all over, decorated with Japanese characters, 97 x 17 x 13cm

Lot No:  378 (Oriental)

Three Japanese unframed calligraphy studies on textured paper, signed and stamped, and two unframed Japanese gouache studies

Lot No:  379 (Oriental)

A set of five large unframed Japanese watercolour landscape paintings on woven paper 180 x 97cm

Lot No:  380 (Oriental)

A large collection of Japanese carved wooden vase stands, including C19th examples, several with pierced decoration

Lot No:  381 (Oriental)

A large collection of Japanese and other stands, including a two tier lacquered stand, wooden plant and figure stands, also plate and cup stands

Lot No:  382 (Oriental)

A C19th Japanese carved hardwood Shibayama elephant, having a glass sphere nestled in a carved and pierced ivory holder upon the elephant's back, the elephant's saddle ornately carved with a dragon to each side, and further ivory, semi precious stone and mother of pearl adornments all over, raised on a carved hardwood base 28 x 28 x 19cm

Lot No:  383 (Ceramics)

A Continental blue and white porcelain jar in the form of a C19th lady holding a dog in her arms 22 x 15 x 14cm

Lot No:  384 (Oriental)

A collection of Japanese bamboo tea scoops an articulated ebonised elephant, a pair of C19th glasses, a pair of Satsuma buttons decorated with landscape scenes, a bamboo cylindrical pot, and a Japanese fan in it's original holder

Lot No:  385 (Oriental)

A collection of four Japanese scrolls, one contained in a Niju Bako box, the outer box being lacquered, the scroll within hand painted with two figures, signed and stamped 170 x 45cm, another hand painted with cranes, the last two painted with landscapes

Lot No:  386 (Oriental)

A collection of eight Japanese scrolls, including a woodblock printed scroll depicting a Kabuki actor, signed and stamped 148 x 38cm, another painted in gouache with a bird amongst foliage, signed and stamped, 87 x 57cm

Lot No:  387 (Oriental)

A collection of five Japanese items including a Japanese black lacquered box decorated with origami birds 4 x 25 x 16.5cm, a pottery dish hand painted with origami birds, having impressed stamp to the underside, 21 x 21cm, a pottery bowl of cactus form 7 x 11 x 11cm, a porcelain brush washer decorated with a dragon, 2 x 17 x 11cm, and a carved pine  read more 

Lot No:  388 (Oriental)

A Japanese bronze and cold painted candle holder in the form of a rat holding a piece of fruit aloft, signed, 17 x 15 x 10cm, a Japanese bronze vase with applied and engraved flowers 12 x 5 x 5cm, and a Japanese cup having moulded dragon fighting a tiger 9 x 6 x 6cm (3)

Lot No:  389 (Oriental)

Two C20th Japanese pottery ceremonial tea bowls, one having a black lustre glaze and bearing a stamp to the base, 9 x 10 x 10cm, the other with a mottled lustre glaze, 8 x 12 x 12cm

Lot No:  390 (Oriental)

A Japanese hardwood opium pipe, having a carved fist to the bowl, 31 x 3.5 x 3cm

Lot No:  391 (Oriental)

A Japanese red lacquered Imperial saucer decorated with the Imperial mon, signed to the underside, 4 x 11 x 11cm, with a Japanese porcelain wine cup, gilded and decorated in the Imari palette with pictorial reserves 9 x 6 x 6cm

Lot No:  392 (Oriental)

A collection of Japanese opium pipes, pipe holders and related smoking items to include a pipe holder inlaid with abalone, 25 x 3 x 2cm, a bone pipe holder carved with figures, 23 x 3 x 3cm and others

Lot No:  393 (Oriental)

A collection of Japanese opium pipes, pipe holders and similar items, to include a bone pipe holder carved with a horse, 20 x 4 x 2.5cm, a lacquered pipe holder decorated with a gilded figure, 23 x 3 x 2cm, and other items

Lot No:  394 (Oriental)

A collection of Japanese opium pipes, pipe holders and similar smoking items, including a wooden jar with inlaid abalone leaves, having an amber bead 8 x 11 x 5cm, a bone pipe holder carved with a landscape scene, 20 x 3.5 x 2cm, and other items

Lot No:  395 (Silver)

Victorian silver handle spoon and knife the shaped handles cast with floral decoration, marks indistinct. a small plain George VI silver twin handled trophy cup, Josiah Williams & Co, London 1937, with twin angular 'S' handles, raised on turned ebonised base, height 6cm. a group of four Victorian hallmarked silver knives to include a pair of ivory handled  read more 

Lot No:  396 (Silver)

Cartier of Paris, silver Papal medallion, obverse study of the Virgin Mary & child "regina pacis ora pro nobis" (queen of peace pray for us), reverse study of the Vatican "sancto PioXII pont maxilian", bears Cartier & French silver hallmarks, numbered 2531, original leather case, 8cm dia, 342grs