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Tuesday 29th April 2014, 10:30 am

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Decorative Arts from 1860 1 - 138
Ceramics 150 - 180
Silver 185 - 234
Jewellery 240 - 250
Costume Jewellery 251 - 265
Objets d'Art 270 - 313
Wines 308 - 310
 
Weapons 315 - 339
Books 345 - 350
Prints & Engravings 355 - 357
Watercolours 358 - 362
Oil Paintings 363 - 404
Clocks 410 - 420
Furniture 425 - 529
Outdoor Effects 530 - 536


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Decorative Arts from 1860
1 A.W.N. Pugin for Minton, an encaustic bread plate, circa 1860, the central field with radiating ears of wheat and Gothic motifs, enclosed in a border bearing the motto ''Waste Not Want Not'', no marks, 33cm diam £800-1200 £800
2 A Gothic Revival side table, circa 1880, pitched pine inlaid with ebonised geometric banding, with inlaid trefoil motifs, with two frieze drawers, paper label to interior of drawer 'Hope Bros. 46 Ludgate Hill', width 113cm, depth 51.5cm, height 82cm £250-350  
3 An Aesthetic movement ebonised bureau, circa 1880, the galleried top with central cupboard with incised and moulded stylised floral design, above an open recess flanked by short drawers, the folding slope with stylised motifs, hinged to enclose a compartment, above an open kneehole flanked by single cupboards, raised on angled supports joined by a central floor stretcher, width 82cm, depth 53.5cm, height 139cm Provenance: Acquired by the current owner from a descendant of Hiram Abiff Owston of Bushloe House, Wigston. £600-800  
4 A Linthorpe pottery oil lamp, the design attributed to Dr. Christopher Dresser, circa 1880, the squat body applied with stylised flowers and four lug handles, under a treacle glaze, pottery stamp and numbered '1456', 13.5cm high (excluding chimney) £50-80 £85
5 A large and impressive Linthorpe pottery vase, circa 1885, the swollen body with impressed floral roundels, with broad flared undulating rim, in treacle, green and turquoise glazes, stamped pottery mark and numbered '1732', 43cm high £200-300 £200
6 A Burmantofts Faience pottery vase, circa 1880, decorated with a single peacock feather and stylised blossom against a dark green ground,impressed 'BF' and '180', 18.5cm high £80-120  
7 A pair of Doulton Lambeth 'Seaweed' stoneware vases, designed by George Tinworth, 1877, the squat bodies with flared necks, incised artist monogram 'GT', impressed factory marks, 20cm high (2) £180-220 £300
7A A Minton Majolica Persian-shape bottle vase, date mark for 1875, painted with magnolia and oranges with blossom and with butterflies, on an amethyst coloured ground, pattern number 1626, 37cms high. £150-250 £210
8 Two Minton art pottery vases with sailing vessels, dated 1921, one of ovoid form with narrow neck, the other of tapering cylindrical form with flared neck, printed and impressed factory marks, 32cm and 29.5cm high (2) £100-150  
9 A pair of Aesthetic movement brass wall sconces, circa 1880, by William Tonk & Sons, the main fields embossed with birds and Eastern symbols, each applied with twin candle branches, stamped 'W.T&S Ltd improved', 35.5cm high (2) £60-80 £150
10 An Aesthetic movement chair, in the style of Ford Madox Brown for Morris & Co., circa 1865, beech with rush seat, height 84cm £100-150 £170
11 An Aesthetic movement armchair, circa 1870, in the manner of Godwin, the mahogany frame showing Japanese influence, pink upholstered back and seat, on two turned front supports and two rear curved supports, with casters, height 72cm £300-400 £260
12 An Aesthetic movement armchair, circa 1870, in the manner of Godwin, the ebonised frame showing the Japanese influence, gilt silk upholstery, the front supports terminating with brass casters, casters stamped 'Cope', height 60cm £300-400 £280
13 Frederick Hollyer, Paintings by Edward Burne-Jones, 1890s, one album containing 89 platinotype prints, mostly mounted on one to a page, various sizes £800-1200 £800
14 Frederick Hollyer, Paintings by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1890s, one album containing 80 platinotype prints, mostly mounted on one to a page, various sizes £800-1200 £800
15 A bronze wall mirror, attributed to Victorin Sabatier, modelled as a bat with wings out-stretched, mounted with a small rectangular mirror to the breast, stamped foundry mark, width 37.5cm £80-120 £300
16 A pair of vases by Jules Vieillard & Co of Bordeaux, circa 1875, of tapering square-section, with shaped panels of stylised birds and flora, against fish-scale turquoise grounds, impressed factory marks, impressed '136' painted 'D46', 32.5cm high (2) £200-300 £220
17 A 'Moorish' jardiniere stand, circa 1900, possibly retailed through Liberty & Co., oak, with panels of moucharabieh turning, width 36cm, height 96.5cm £200-300 £200
18 An Arts and Crafts oak reading table, circa 1900, after the design by Leonard Wyburd for Liberty & Co., the sloping top surface above two tiers of shelves, no retail label, width 59cm, depth 34cm, height 83cm £200-300  
19 Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co., a 'Cymric' silver and enamel commemorative spoon, 1901, the handle with large Celtic knot design, the bowl with enamelled motif and 'Anno. Coron: ER VII', Birmingham hallmarks, 16.2cm long £400-600 £3600
20 A rare silver twin-handled footed bowl, designed by Charles Robert Ashbee for the Guild of Handicraft, London 1903, the footed bowl applied with exaggerated loop handles applied with chrysoprase cabochons, 25.5cm wide, 6.5cm high Reference: Variations of this design can be seen in Alan Crawford's ''C.R.Ashbee; Architect, Designer & Romantic Socialist'', Yale University Press, 2005, pg 334-335. £1500-2000 £7200
21 An Arts and Crafts copper twin-handled tray, circa 1900, with Tudor Rose design, no marks, 51.5cm x 29cm £50-80 £42
22 A large Arts and Crafts copper tray, circa 1900, with Tudor Rose design, of rectangular form with rounded corners, no marks, 55cm wide £50-80 £75
23 An Arts and Crafts copper vase, circa 1900, the urn shaped vessel with fluted body and hammer beaten finish, applied with two cast copper fish handles, no marks, 29.5cm high £60-80 £75
24 An Arts and Crafts brass charger, circa 1900, in the manner of John Pearson, the field hammered and chased with a galleon in full mast with twin-headed eagle to the sail, the broad rim with fish and seaweed design, unidentified burnished monogram to reverse, 58.5cm diam £80-120 £270
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Viewing Category Lots
 
Viewing Category Lots
View All Sections 1 - 536
Decorative Arts from 1860 1 - 138
Ceramics 150 - 180
Silver 185 - 234
Jewellery 240 - 250
Costume Jewellery 251 - 265
Objets d'Art 270 - 313
Wines 308 - 310
 
Weapons 315 - 339
Books 345 - 350
Prints & Engravings 355 - 357
Watercolours 358 - 362
Oil Paintings 363 - 404
Clocks 410 - 420
Furniture 425 - 529
Outdoor Effects 530 - 536

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