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Fine Art, Select Antiques & Interiors

Monday, 18th September

Lot No:  100 (Jewellery)

A fine,18 ct yellow gold and aquamarine ring featuring a large, central, fancy cut, claw-set, faceted aquamarine, solid, tapering shoulders and a chunky, D- shaped shank, Ring Size: P 1/2, Weight: 5 g. (Aquamarine Dimensions: 1 x 1 cm approx).

Lot No:  101 (Silver)

A George III Irish hallmarked sterling silver fiddle pattern table spoon by Richard Sawyer, assayed in Dublin in 1807, 70g (2.2t oz), 23 x 5 x 3cm.

Lot No:  102 (Oriental)

A Chinese carved jade Dog of Fo, seated on its back legs, 6 x 4 x 5cm.

Lot No:  103 (Oriental)

A large transitional Chinese hand painted blue and white porcelain brush holder, decorated with a battle scene with warriors pursuing other troops onto a bridge over stormy waters, (no marks on base), 23.5 x 19 x 19cm.

Lot No:  104 (Oriental)

A late 19th / early 20th Japanese carved ivory Okimono figural group depicting a fisherman and a child, signed to the underside of the base, 15 x 8 x 8cm.

Lot No:  105 (Silver)

A Persian hallmarked silver easel mirror or photograph frame with mirror insert, the intricately engraved silver frontice frame is entirely laced with Persian knot-work designs and motifs, One hallmark denotes the maker (written in Efarsi), and the other denotes silver content ('84' = .875), 24 x 20.5 cm

Lot No:  106 (Jewellery)

A fine, 18 ct white gold, Tiffany & Co diamond solitaire ring (0.55 carats), mounted in a six- claw setting with a chunky, ridged shank, accompanied by a Tiffany & Co certificate of authenticity and diamond lab report in a black leather wallet stamped Tiffany and Co. Ring Size: L (2)

Lot No:  107 (Glass)

Two 20th century items of Lalique glass ware to include a perfume bottle with a frosted glass stopper in the form of a dove in flight, marked to the base 'Nina Ricci, Made by Lalique France', 9 x 6 x 5.5cm, and a Rene Lalique frosted glass car mascot depicting a winged bird within a laurel leaf wreath design, etched on the footed base 'Lalique' the  read more 

Lot No:  108 (Oriental)

A mid 20th century Chinese Peking glass vase, the frosted glass ground engraved with a scale motif and over the body and base are applied green, red, dark blue, turquoise blue and white glass motifs of swirling clouds, flames, waves, chimera and dragons. Signed Chinese four character mark on base, Length: 27 cm.

Lot No:  109 (Silver)

An Edwardian hallmarked sterling silver creamer, assayed in Chester in 1908/9, with maker's mark 'JB', having a scrolling handle and ornately chased body, raised on three supports, 110g (3.54t oz), 11 x 10 x 7.5cm.

Lot No:  110 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A Bedouin white metal headdress attachment featuring two square panels inset with a red glass adorned with bangles together with a white metal chain belt (72cm long) also inset with red glass.

Lot No:  111 (Ceramics)

A Ruskin pottery vase with a flared rim and purple lustre glaze, marked with impressed marks to the base 'Ruskin England 1920', (chip to the base), 15 x 7 x 7cm.

Lot No:  112 (Rugs)

A Persian Qashqai carpet having a triple pole medallion on an ivory field with red spandrels, surrounded by one frieze and two running borders, 305 x 202cm.

Lot No:  113 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Thomas Sidney Cooper RA (British 1803-1902), Victorian pastoral watercolour landscape depicting sheep and a resting bull, signed and dated 1867 lower left, sight size 18 x 27cm, mounted and in a gilt frame (some losses to the frame).

Lot No:  114 (Jewellery)

A fine, beaded amber jewellery set composed of an amber multi link necklace of ten floating eyes, with a beaded petal leaf bracelet featuring three large amber cabochons, Length of necklace: 31 cm, Width of bracelet: 9 cm, Gross Weight; 43.5 g. (2)

Lot No:  115 (Oriental)

A Chinese carved jade bird figure resting upon a carved leaf, 2.5 x 8 x 3cm.

Lot No:  116 (Glass)

Rene Lalique; a frosted and opalescent glass fruit bowl in the Dahlia pattern, highlighted in pale blue, bearing raised 'R Lalique France' stamp to the interior of the bowl, 9 x 24cm.

Lot No:  117 (Jewellery)

A high ct yellow metal, Santorini aquamarine and ruby necklace, composed of twenty-nine faceted, oval aquamarine beads, four, rounded, faceted ruby beads, high ct yellow gold spacers and a chunky, rectangular, pin and barrel fastening with granulation detail. Length: 22 cm, Weight: 35 g.

Lot No:  118 (Furniture)

An 18th century country made oak crib with turned spindles to the sides and carved floral designs to the ends, raised on bun feet, with a metal liner to convert it to a planter, 54 x 92 x 42 cm.

Lot No:  119 (Jewellery)

A fine, beaded amber jewellery set composed of an exquisite amber necklace with a very large cabochon centre surrounded by a beaded halo of smaller polished amber beads, with an amber bracelet set with three interlinked roundels, Length of necklace: 20 cm, Length of bracelet: 17.5 cm, Gross Weight: 72.9 g (2)

Lot No:  120 (Jewellery)

A boxed pair of 18 ct yellow gold fire opal and diamond cluster earrings, the oval shaped fire opals reveal flashes of green and pink and are claw-set and framed by a halo of round, brilliant cut diamonds, each opal 1 x 0.7 cm approx, Gross Weight 5.6 g (Total opal weight: 5.6 carats, Total diamond weight: 0.65 carats)

Lot No:  121 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Rick Cuff, abstract figures, signed and dated "Cuff 68"; oil mounted upon board; Cuff a singer song writer and artist and a contemporary of David Bowie and Peter Sarstedt; sight size 91.5cm x 61.4cm; some small areas of damage,

Lot No:  122 (Jewellery)

A fine, 14 ct yellow gold, contemporary multi stone necklace set with faceted amethysts, garnets, blue topaz, peridots and citrines, Length 26.5 cm, Weight 7.8 g.

Lot No:  123 (Silver)

A matching Victorian hallmarked sterling silver milk jug and sugar bowl, assayed in London in 1892, made by Charles Boyton (II), the jug with a scrolling handle, both items decorated with a band and raised on three hooved supports, 310g gross (9.97t oz), jug 10 x 12 x 7cm.

Lot No:  124 (Oriental)

A Chinese jade carving in the form of a mythical serpent standing on it's hind feet, 8.5 x 2.5 x 5cm.

Lot No:  125 (Silver)

Three hallmarked sterling silver serving spoons including a Victorian fiddle pattern example assayed in London in 1847, made by Elizabeth Eaton, one assayed in London in 1827, by Clement Cheese, and another assayed in London in 1801, 385g gross (12.22t oz), largest 31 x 6 x 4cm.

Lot No:  126 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Percy Tarrant (1881-1930), oil on card, Illustration for "Athens: some old Greek stories", signed with initials, J S Maas & Sons gallery label verso; sight size 13cm x 15.5cm.

Lot No:  127 (Jewellery)

An 18 ct white gold diamond set ring featuring an allover stylised bow motif, composed of channel- set baguette diamonds and bezel and milllegrain- set brilliant cut diamonds, Ring size: P, Weight: 9.9 g.

Lot No:  128 (Ceramics)

A near pair of 1920's Wedgwood Veronese vases after designs by Louise Powell, having green glazes with silver overlay, marked 'Wedgwood H Made in England' to the base, 13 x 7cm.

Lot No:  129 (Jewellery)

A 9 ct yellow gold charm bracelet bearing eighteen assorted gold and one silver- gilt charm, Gross Weight: 50 g.

Lot No:  130 (Oriental)

A Chinese carved jade figure in the form of a dragon, 4 x 4.5 x 2cm.

Lot No:  131 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Frank Stanton (b.1931), “Crete”, Greece, oil on canvas signed and dated "Frank Stanton, 1983"; sight size 30 x 25cm.

Lot No:  132 (Silver)

A pair of 19th century French hallmarked 950 standard silver grape scissors with stainless steel blades, made by Emile Puiforicat, having delicate scrolling designs to the body and gilded handles, 60g (1.93t oz), 17.5 x 6cm.

Lot No:  133 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Attributed to James Clarke Hook (1819-1907), a preparatory oil sketch of group hiding behind a stone with sickly mother and child; oil on canvas; unsigned; sight size 46cm x 44cm.

Lot No:  134 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Attributed James Clark Hook (English 1819-1907), elderly gentleman comforted by a young lady with bystanders, preparatory oil sketch on board; unsigned but with pencil attribution verso; sight size 34.5cm x 44.3cm

Lot No:  135 (Jewellery)

An 18 ct white gold diamond- set articulated, tennis- link bracelet composed of fifty three, brilliant cut diamonds in millegrain settings within square collets, Length: 18.5 cm, Weight: 12.8 g, (Each diamond approx 0.3 mm in width).

Lot No:  136 (Oriental)

A 20th century Chinese scroll featuring cherry blossom on tree; unframed; overall size 165 cm x 81.5 cm

Lot No:  137 (Silver)

A 19th Scottish silver, mother of pearl and deer foot letter opener, not hallmarked 28.5 x 3.5 x 2cm.

Lot No:  138 (Oriental)

20th century Chinese calligraphy study on paper; with Chinese character stamp; unframed 33 x 20.3cm.

Lot No:  139 (Oriental)

A Chinese carved jade disc form brooch decorated with a grotesque mask, 5.5 x 5.5 x 2cm.

Lot No:  140 (Oriental)

A late 19th / early 20th century Chinese carved ivory chess set, the largest piece 12cm high, on a north African inlaid folding chess board, the board 48 x 50 x 4cm when folded out.

Lot No:  141 (Jewellery)

A pair of 18 ct white gold diamond and pearl drop earrings, each white pearl is attached to a truncated pave diamond mount and suspended below a chain of five round, brilliant cut diamonds, each pearl 1.5 x 1 cm approx, Gross Weight 9 g (Total diamond weight: 0.58 carats)

Lot No:  142 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Benjamin Offei - Nyarko 'BON' (Ghanaian b.1951), oil on board, 'The Hornblower', depicting a man in vibrant, red robes playing the horn against a background of blue tones, marked 'B Ottei Nyarko, Specialist Training College, PO Box 31, Winnesa, Shana, The Horn Blower' to verso, sight size: 87.5 x 58.5 cm.

Lot No:  143 (Silver)

A George I hallmarked sterling silver table spoon, assayed in London in 1733, made by Edward Bennett, engraved to the back of the handle 'SD 1734 JM' 50g (1.61t oz), 20 x 4 x 2cm

Lot No:  144 (Oriental)

A Chinese jade carving in the form of stylised fruit, 2.5 x 4.5 x 2.5cm.

Lot No:  145 (Clocks)

An ebonised hexagonal wall clock, having a circular alabaster dial mounted with enamelled Roman numerals surrounded by embossed gilt metal detail, the dial flanked by inlaid brass scrolling designs, 66 x 63cm.

Lot No:  146 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

An Egyptian alabaster bowl, 17 cm diameter x 8 cm high

Lot No:  147 (Oriental)

A large 20th century Chinese silk scroll painting of a cherry blossoming tree; with calligraphy and two artist stamps; unframed; overall size 226cm x 84cm.

Lot No:  148 (Jewellery)

A fine, Victorian yellow gold locket centrally set with a circular opal and surrounded by a halo of seed pearls and four small old cut diamonds, the reverse very finely engraved with arabesques and a central vacant cartouche, Unmarked, Length: (from top of pendant loop to bottom of pendant) 4.3 cm, Width: 2.5 cm, Weight: 10 g.

Lot No:  149 (Oriental)

A 20th century, Chinese calligraphy study on card with red stamp; unframed 32cm x 41cm.

Lot No:  150 (General)

A large, alabaster vase with orange/ brown colouration and a generous flattened rim, Height: 18.5 cm

Lot No:  151 (Oriental)

A Chinese carved jade disc form pendant, 5 x 5 x 1cm.

Lot No:  152 (General)

A bronzed, white metal lidded jug in the ancient South American style featuring decorative, Mayan iconography and an overall anthropomorphic design of a fantastical beast standing on two front legs. Height: 25.5 cm.

Lot No:  153 (Silver)

A set of six Victorian fiddle pattern hallmarked sterling silver dessert spoons, assayed in London in 1858/9, made by Thomas Smily, 245g (7.87t oz), 17.5 x 4 x 2cm.

Lot No:  154 (Oriental)

A 20th century Chinese calligraphy study on card; with red Chinese character stamp; unframed; 32 cm x 41 cm.

Lot No:  155 (Lighting)

A celadon green ceramic table lamp with classical style cast metal mounts and shade, 81 x 30 x 30cm.

Lot No:  156 (Oriental)

A large late 19th / early 20th century Japanese ivory Okimono figure of a fisherman holding a fish in his left hand and a basket to his right, with a bird to the base, signed to the underside of the base, 26.5 x 11 x 9cm.

Lot No:  157 (Oriental)

A Chinese jade figural group carved with two birds holding a branch between them, 4 x 6 x 3.5cm.

Lot No:  158 (Coins)

Charles I Scottish Coronation silver medallion dated 1633, designed by Nicholas Briot, (French 1579 - 1646) 29mm (2.9cm) diameter, 5gms. (split at 2 o'clock)

Lot No:  159 (Jewellery)

A fine,14 ct yellow gold, contemporary necklace studded with natural, faceted, blue topaz stones, Length 26 cm, Weight 5.6 g.

Lot No:  160 (Oriental)

A 20th century Chinese calligraphy study of two characters on paper; with red Chinese character stamp; unframed 32 cm x 41 cm.

Lot No:  161 (General)

An impressive, eastern white metal and nautilus shell vase in the form of a swan, the body composed of an entire nautilus shell with attached white metal mounts, all profusely decorated with scales, ribbed detailing, floral arabesques and Greek Key detailing.

Lot No:  162 (Jewellery)

A vintage, high ct yellow gold diamond and ruby stylised brooch in the form of a lady holding a bouquet of flowers, her headdress studded with eight claw-set rubies, a further six rubies and 3 brilliant cut diamonds to her torso and more single rubies and diamonds scattered within the bouquet and across her billowing skirt. Unmarked, Dimensions: 4.5  read more 

Lot No:  163 (Fashion & Textiles)

A handmade, Peruvian woollen wall-hanging in vivid colours, depicting Peruvian iconography on a deep, blue ground and attached to a cane hanging rod, 91 x 58 cm.

Lot No:  164 (Silver)

A circa 18th century German hallmarked solid silver lidded tankard, with a fruit form knop and chased flowers to the lid, the body decorated with three reserves formed of c scrolls, one depicting figures carrying grapes, another figures beside a well, and the third a path to a castle, raised on three bun feet, 445g (14.3t oz), 16 x 17 x 12cm.

Lot No:  165 (General)

A stylish pair of bronzed effect candlesticks with flat, circular bases, reeded columns, hexagonal terminals and a generous candle section. Height: 30.5 cm. (2)

Lot No:  166 (Musical Instruments)

A pottery musical pipe in the form of a crouching Aztec figure with distinctive plumed head-dress. Height: 25 cm.

Lot No:  167 (Silver)

A set of twelve Victorian hallmarked sterling silver tea spoons in two cases, assayed in London in 1899 by Josiah Williams & Co, with bright cut engraving, 180g gross (5.79t oz), 12.5cm long.

Lot No:  168 (Jewellery)

A pair of 18 ct white gold diamond stud earrings, each set with a central round, brilliant-cut diamond within a bezel setting and framed by a halo of smaller round, brilliant-cut diamonds, Gross Weight 1.6 g (Total diamond weight: 0.52 carats)

Lot No:  169 (Oriental)

A Chinese jade carving depicting three dogs encircled, holding a branch with fruit in their mouths, 4 x4.5 x 4.5cm.

Lot No:  170 (Silver)

A pair of Irish silver tazzas, both with delicately pierced outer rims and sitting on footed bases, Maker: Jewellery and Metal Manufacturers Company, sterling standard mark, Dublin,1971, Gross Weight 225 g. (2)

Lot No:  171 (Oriental)

A 20th century Chinese calligraphy study of a single character, on paper; with red Chinese character stamp; unframed 32cm x 41cm.

Lot No:  172 (Oriental)

A fine, heavy, Chinese gilt bronze figure of the seated Buddha, Height: 15.5 cm.

Lot No:  173 (Furniture)

A pair of cream leather button back and seated Barcelona chairs, after a design by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, each raised on a chrome plate legs.

Lot No:  174 (Oriental)

A 20th century Chinese calligraphy study of two characters, with red Chinese character stamp, on paper; unframed 33cm x 20.3cm.

Lot No:  175 (Fashion & Textiles)

A Peruvian, Alpaca wool horizontally striped blanket/ throw in shades of red, orange, black, blue, green and white, 206 x 117 cm.

Lot No:  176 (Jewellery)

An antique 18 ct yellow gold and platinum diamond solitaire ring, claw set with a cushion- shape, old cut diamond, flanked by elegant, tapering, diamond set shoulders and intricate chenier detailing. Ring Size: J, Weight: 1.5 g. (Cushion- shape diamond dimensions: 0.5 x 0.5 mm approx).

Lot No:  177 (Oriental)

A Liao Dynasty (10 - 12th century) Chinese gilded silver hairpin, cast with a Mandarin duck, 12cm long

Lot No:  178 (Jewellery)

A silver charm bracelet set with many mainly sterling silver charms, with some loose, and some with enamelled detail, including souvenir charms from Barbados and Trinidad, a miniature penknife, a Punch and Judy show, and many others, all contained in a blue box.

Lot No:  179 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

An eastern Orthadox icon on panel depicting Madonna and child, 12 x 8.5 x 2.5cm, together with an olivewood and mother of pearl inlaid crucifix and another crucifix marked 'Jerusalem'.

Lot No:  180 (Oriental)

A Chinese carved jade pendant in the form of a mythical creature with a serpent between its jaws, 8 x 6 x 1cm.

Lot No:  181 (Clocks)

A fine, George V silver and tortoiseshell carriage clock by William Comyns, London, 1910, the circular, white face bearing black Roman numerals within a silver plaque panel, elegant silver inlay depicting garlands, lutes, husk edging, a silver handle and sitting on four silver bun feet, Height: 10.5 (including upright handle) x 5.5 x 4.7 cm. (Damage:  read more 

Lot No:  182 (Ceramics)

An 18th century Lambeth tin- glazed delft platter depicting a floral arrangement in a vase with a floral border running along the rim, (with shades of blue, green, yellow and red), Diameter; 33.5 cm. (Some damage includes nibbled and chipped edges to the outer rim of platter, however no cracks or metal staples present).

Lot No:  183 (Rugs)

A Turkish flatweave rug in a muted palette decorated with tiles, having zoomorphic designs, surrounded by two zoomorphic frieze borsers and two running borders, 295 x 195cm.

Lot No:  184 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Artist unknown,19th century, oil on board of a busy Edinburgh street scene depicting a carriage being pulled by white horses and many passers by, framed and glazed, Sight size: 30.5 x 40 cm.

Lot No:  185 (Oriental)

A late 18th / early 19th century Japanese netsuke in the form of a seated sibyl with a large hat, probably carved from the tooth of a walrus, 6. 2 x 4.5 cm.

Lot No:  186 (Russian Works of Art)

A large, early 20th century, white metal and bejewelled (faceted crystal/glass paste) Russian orthodox icon depicting a hand painted portrait of the Virgin and Child set under a thick, bezelled glass top. The elaborate, heavy mount surrounding the icon image, is composed of scroll and ribbed motifs within the centre and features an imperial crown at  read more 

Lot No:  187 (Oriental)

A late 18th / early 19th century carved ivory Japanese netsuke in the form of a demon pulling at his hair, leaning against a staff, Height: 4.8 cm.

Lot No:  188 (Russian Works of Art)

A late 19th / early 20th century, probably Swiss silver and enamel box, of rectangular form with rounded corners, with blue guilloche enamel decoration and silver banded edges, the hinged cover decorated with enamel work of an oval panel of two lovers with animals at their feet, within a border of gold and enamel flowers, opens to reveal a plain brush  read more 

Lot No:  189 (Oriental)

A late 18th century Japanese ivory netsuke; carved in the form of scowling gentleman holding a staff, Height: 6 cm.

Lot No:  190 (Rugs)

A Southwest Persian Qashqai rug, with two medallions on a red field with large midnight blue spandrels, surrounded by one frieze and two running borders, 200 x 178cm.

Lot No:  191 (Jewellery)

An antique, 18 ct yellow gold and ruby snake ring, the design composed of two coiling snakes, each snake head inset with an oval, faceted ruby within a millegrain setting and a wide, flattened, ribbed shank, London, Circa 1904. Ring Size: O, Weight: 5 g.

Lot No:  192 (Furniture)

A 20th century simulated rosewood and black leather designer reclining chair and matching footstool, raised on black plastic supports, terminating in chrome pad feet.

Lot No:  193 (Silver)

A set of six Danish silver gilt and enamel coffee spoons in fitted case, London import marks, each with different colour enamel stems (one with two slight areas of loss to enamel), together with an Edwardian pair of pierced silver napkin rings in original fitted case, marked for Birmingham, 1908. Approx. 65g / 2.4 oz (2)

Lot No:  194 (Furniture)

A brightly painted carved Mexican teak four fold screen, with arched top, carved with animals and figures, 175cm high

Lot No:  195 (Rugs)

A Southwest Persian Kelim decorated with geometric designs on a red field, surrounded by a frieze border, 210 x 195.

Lot No:  196 (Jewellery)

A fine,14 ct white gold and natural, faceted, sapphire 'floating' design necklace, Length 20.5 cm, Weight 5.3 g.

Lot No:  197 (Rugs)

A mid 20th century Persian woollen rug, woven on a red ground with various geometric patterns, approximately 225 x 160cm

Lot No:  198 (Oriental)

An early 17th century Sino / Chinese Buddha, gilded bronze, Height: 13 cm.

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