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Antiques & Collectors inc. C20th Decorative Arts

Tuesday 23rd May 2017, 10:00 am

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123 John Leach/ Muchelney Pottery, a stoneware twin-handled covered pot, 17.5cm high; another Muchelney Pottery jug; and a Winchcombe Pottery jug, oatmeal glaze, impressed pottery seal, 14cm high (3) £60-80  
124 Waistel Cooper, a stoneware vase, compressed form, textured surface with banding, rubbed with manganese, painted signature, 12cm high £100-150  
125 Waistel Cooper, a studio pottery vase, circa 1953, swollen form with split narrow neck, brown salt glaze, incised 'Waistel Porlock', 14.5cm high £50-80 £130
126 Harry and May Davis at Crowan Pottery, a stoneware coffee set, oatmeal ground with iron design, comprising coffee pot, four cups and saucers, and cream jug (no sugar basin), impressed Pottery seal, (10). £50-80 £50
127 Jane Hamlyn, a stoneware jug, oval form, salt glaze in green and blue tones, impressed artist's seal, 14cm high; together with three other studio pieces, (4) £80-120  
128 Derek Emms, a porcelain teaset for two, celadon glaze with incised decoration; together with a small porcelain covered dish, (10) £100-150 £100
129 Alan Caiger-Smith, a set of six pottery goblets, blue and red brushwork design against an off-white ground, painted monogram, each 15.8cm high (one minor restoration) (6) £200-300  
130 Richard Godfrey, a contemporary studio pottery bowl, 1997, conical form, the interior decorated with abstract symbols against a vibrant multi-coloured ground, incised artist's signature, 21.5cm diam £150-200 £170
131 Tim Cotterill / ''Frogman'', 'Little Tad' a small bronze frog sculpture, published 2002, engraved signature, date, and edition number 1406/2000, 4.5cm high, with certificate; together with a copy of 'Frogman, the Art of Tim Cotterill' published 2003, and a Frogman 2004 calendar, both signed with personal dedications (3) £150-200 £200
132 Tim Cotterill / ''Frogman'', an early large bronze frog sculpture, published 1992 engraved signature, dated '92, and edition number 331/500, approx 33cm high This is early model is similar to the model titled 'Social Climber', published in 1998, but has slight variation in the arrangement of the feet. £400-600 £460
133 Jacky Linney, 'Halesworth, Suffolk', printed wallhanging, aquatic theme, approximately 305cm x 150cm. £80-120  
134 Tony Rollason, two commemorative glass goblets, 1988-89, diamond-point etched with a farmyard scene and a church scene, each with personal dedications to the knops and flared foot, the largest 17.5cm, on turned wood stand (2) £50-80 £40
135 Murano, a glass 'Lovers' sculptural group, clear glass figures raised on a spiralled base, internally coloured purple, applied label, 36cm high £60-100 £45
136 A collection of five items of Mdina Glass, including vase, two lily shaped dishes and two perfume bottles, each of similar colour inclusion, each with applied label and etched marks, vase 16.5cm high (5) £50-80 £50
137 A collection of Maltese art glass, including two vases by Mtarfa, two ovoid vases by Phoenician Glassblowers, a Mdina Glass bowl, and a paperweight, with cut aspect, internally formed with a volcanic island (believed to be Mount Teide) (6) £60-80 £60
138 Three Gozo Glass vases, and a Mdina glass toadstool paperweight, applied labels, the largest vase 14cm high (4) £40-60 £45
139 Three French Art Glass vessels, two of stepped stylised form, one of heart form, hand painted and decorated with yellow and turquoise enamels, 18cm high (3) £40-60 £50
140 A quantity of Art Glass, including two Andrew Fote hanging decorations, iridescent and internally mottled glass; an Egg-form and similar vase, internally decorated with gilt inclusions, two Czech glass vessels and a similar vase with pulled neck; three glass atomisers, two incense stands, and a pressed glass dish (one box) £50-80 £50
141 Erika Chevalier, 'The Sacred Heart Messenger' an etched glass panel, 1988, the clear glass pane etched to both sides with figure of Christ entwined with Celtic motifs, with stained coloured highlights, in gilt frame, 50cm square In 1985, at only nineteen years of age, Erika Katherine Mary Chevalier was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, and given a life expectancy of just two years. Whilst visiting Lourdes in Southern France, severely paralysed by her condition, she saw the glass interpretation of the Ascension into Heaven in the Underground Basilica, and became inspired to explore the medium of glass as an art form. On her return to Leicester, she studied art glass at the Leicester Polytechnic (now DMU), and gained a scholarship to the Pilchuck Glass School, Seattle. Her Celtic routes often became incorporated in her works, as seen here. After 25 years of battling her condition, Erika passed away in 2010. £100-150  
142 Erika Chevalier, 'Gobnait', a suite of five glass vessels, flared form, clear glass, part stained, acid etched and engraved with bees and natural forms and motifs, the smallest 10.5cm, the largest 20.5cm (5) £100-150 £60
143 Erika Chevalier, a studio glass bowl, flared open form, acid-etched to the interior with bee motifs, the underside textured with black sand, red rim, 33cm diam £80-120  
144 Erika Chevalier, a studio glass bowl, flared open form, acid-etched to the interior surface with heart motifs, the underside stained and sgrafitto decorated, 33.5cm diam £60-80 £40
145 Erika Chevalier, three studio glass bowls, flared open form, clear glass with internal coloured trailing, the largest 29.5cm diam (3) £80-120 £50
146 Erika Chevalier, studio glass paperweight, abstract head form, internal colouring, 19cm high £50-70 £40
147 Erika Chevalier, three internally coloured glass plates/ dishes, the largest 35cm diam (3) £50-80  
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