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Antiques & Collectors inc. C20th Decorative Arts

Tuesday 13th October 2015, 10:00 am

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1 Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co. a 'Tudric' pewter and enamel cake stand, circa 1900, oval form with loop handle, cast with stylised buds, inset with turquoise enamel plaque, stamped 'Tudric 0357', 31cm long. £250-350  
2 Liberty & Co. A 'Tudric' pewter vase with Clutha glass liner, circa 1900, the pierced and open stand with twin loop handles, supporting a flared glass liner with gold and opalescent flecks, stamped marks rubbed '0583', 10cm high. £300-400 £500
3 Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co., a cased set of six 'Cymric' silver and enamel teaspoons, 1905, with twisted shafts terminating in enamelled bud terminals, in period wooden case, Birmingham hallmarks, (6). £150-200 £550
4 Tiffany & Co., an Aesthetic movement sterling silver sugar basket, circa 1890, cast decoration with prunus, insect and flowering bamboo, rectangular lid, swing handle, splayed feet, no. 2553M4004, with a glass liner, 10oz, 11cm. £200-300 £1000
5 Doulton Lambeth, a pair of stoneware vases, circa 1910, the shoulders decorated with scrolling grape vines against a mottled olive ground, factory marks, 16.5cm. £80-120 £120
6 Doulton Lambeth, a pair of Slaters stoneware vases, circa 1900, baluster, form white blossom fields, decorated by Jane Hurst, factory marks, 24.5cm high, (2). £80-120 £60
7 Doulton Lambeth, a pair of stoneware vases, circa 1910, with panels of stylised flowers and berries, in mottled blue, green and dark green ground, factory marks, 19cm high. £60-80 £75
8 Florence Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware jug, 1879, tapering straight sided, pate-sur-pate decorated with guinea fowl, number 672, 23cm. £100-150 £100
9 An English jardiniere on stand, circa 1910, deep sea blue ground, the waisted bowl with twin handles, embossed with swags and pendants, circular base, 122cm high, (2). £100-150 £200
10 Keswick School of Industrial Art, a cooper spill vase, circa 1910, flared form, chased with floral band, stamped 'KSIA KESWICK' 12.5cm high. £40-60 £50
11 WMF, a Secessionist copper box, circa 1900, the hinged lid with embossed stylised panels, the box with stylised leaf band, raised on four bun feet, wood lined interior, stamped marks, 16cm long. £40-60 £50
12 WMF, a pewter figural dish, circa 1900, the outline of the nude maiden forming the well, sinuous loop handle, stamped marks '232', 25.5cm wide. £60-80 £100
13 WMF, attributed, a large figural metal centre bowl, circa 1900, two maidens forming the handles, with an elongated bowl with stylised flora, nickel plated, removable metal liner, 34.5cm long. £200-300 £180
14 Emmeline Halse (1853-1930), 'Penelope' a plaster bust of a young maiden, circa 1910, incised signature 'E. Halse', 18.5cm. Emmeline Halse was daughter of the artist George Frederick Halse, and studied alongside him at the Royal Academy schools 1876-1880s. £100-150 £110
15 Continental, a patinated bronze sculpture of a Spanish dancer, circa 1920, holding castanets, no base, no marks, 20.5cm high. £100-150  
16 Hertwig Katzhutte, a porcelain Spanish dancer, circa 1930, female in flowing skirt with castanets, factory marks, 25cm high. £40-60 £110
17 Hertwig Katzhutte, a large porcelain model of a female Fan Dancer, circa 1930, in purple dress with yellow sash, factory backstamp, 50cm high (repair to fan). £100-150 £90
18 Stefan Dakon for Goldscheider, a pottery figure of a lady, circa 1930, in crinoline dress, printed in mauve and pink floral pattern, backstamp and stamped marks '8486 31 11', facsimile signature, 32.5cm high. £300-400 £280
19 Guissepe Bessi, 'Oriental Dancer' a patinated bronze study, modelled kneeling in oriental shirk and head dress, on circular marble base, incised to bronze 'G. Bessi', 35.5cm high. £300-500 £550
20 An Art Deco style plaster study of a Pierrot, by Auston Productions, 1984, the seated male figure wearing gilt circular design costume, on shaped black base, stamped marks, 65cm high. £80-120 £50
21 La Rochere, a cameo glass table lamp, the domed shade acid-etched with butterflies and foliage, supported by an organic form base, acid-etched signature, 43cm high. £60-100 £65
22 Henri Mercier for Almeric Walter, a pate-de-verre glass model of a seal, circa 1930, in turquoise and green, signed in the cast 'A. Walter Nancy', 16.8cm high. £800-1000 £800
23 Henri Mercier for Almeric Walter, a pate-de-verre glass model of a seal, circa 1930, in green glass, signed in the cast 'A. Walter Nancy', 16cm high (polished base). £700-900  
24 Peter Tereszczuck, a bronze, carved ivory and glass desk set, circa 1930, comprising desk stand with two integral inkwells, seal, and blotter, each mounted with bronze and ivory models of young Pierrots, signed in the cast, (3). £200-300 £190
25 Monart, an art glass vase, circa 1935, design 156, mottled red and gilt aventurine flecks, paper label remains and acid etched mark, 26cm high. £80-120 £140
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