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Autumn Antique & Fine Art Sale 9th September

09-09-2015
Wednesday 9th September 10am

On view Sat 5th September 9am - 12.30pm & Mon & Tues 7th & 8th September 9am - 4.30pm

Online bidding available for this sale through www.the-saleroom.com

(Artist Resale Right) indicates that this item may be a qualifying item for Droit de Suite Royalty charges.  The resale of works by living artists and those deceased up to 70 years before sale date is now subject to a 4% levy provided the net selling price is 1000 euros or over.  This is payable by the purchaser.

ORDER OF SALE

Order of Sale 

Commencing at 10am
Lots 1 - 111 Ceramics & Glass
Lots 112 - 179 Silver
Lots 180 - 286 Coins, Watches & Jewellery
Lots 291 - 400 Books, Maps & Antiquarian Prints

Commencing at 1.30pm
Lots 401 - 550 Arms, Taxidermy & Field Sports
Lots 557 - 670 Pictures
Lots 676 - 722 Works of Art
Lots 730 - 748 Stringed Instruments
Lots 749 - 860 Clocks & Furniture
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1 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 110

A PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN SAUCER DISHES, late 18th century, centrally painted in burnt orange, blue, green and gilt with an armorial and motto "Fide Felices Facto" within a puce scroll border, 9 3/4" diameter, together with a similar pair of soup plates of octagonal form similarly painted with an armorial and motto "Per Varios Casus" within an underglaze blue honeycomb double border, 9 1/4" wide, all unmarked (4)
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2 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 80

A PAIR OF CHINESE PORCELAIN SMALL DISHES, mid 18th century, painted in underglaze blue with tree peony, weeping willow and other small shrubs within a bamboo and flower border, 6 1/2" diameter, together with two similar plates, painted in underglaze blue, one clobbered in iron red and gilt with a pair of deer, both unmarked, 9" diameter, and a similar small circular dish painted with a dragon chasing the flaming pearl, unmarked, 4 1/4" diameter (5)
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3 Estimated Price: 150-250 / Actual Price 230

A CHINESE PORCELAIN VASE, 18th century, of baluster form, the dark brown glaze highlighted in (worn) gilt with foliage, 14" high, later converted to an electric table lamp
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4 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 110

A CHINESE PORCELAIN GINGER JAR, 19th century, painted in underglaze blue with three quatrefoil panels enclosing precious objects on a cracked ice and prunus ground, unmarked, 8 1/4" high, with a carved and pierced hardwood cover, together with a similar vase painted with figures beneath palm trees, four character mark, 12" high (2) (Part Illustrated)
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5 Estimated Price: 150-250 / Actual Price 90

TWO GRADUATED CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN GARNITURE VASES, 18th century, of inverted baluster form with gilded salamander handles raised upon conical bases, painted in famille rose enamels with a scale border over flower filled cornucopia and arcade moulding picked out in burnt orange and puce, unmarked, 7 1/2" and 6 3/4" high, with later carved and pierced hardwood covers
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6 Estimated Price: 200-300 / Actual Price 260

A PAIR OF CHINESE PORCELAIN VASES, 19th century, of slightly flared cylindrical form with waisted necks and two mask and fixed ring handles painted in famille verte enamels with a continuous scene of soldiers on horseback below a geometric and foliate border, unmarked, 13" high
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7 Estimated Price: 500-800 / Actual Price 1450

A CANTONESE PORCELAIN VASE, early 19th century, of pleat moulded slender baluster form with double chilong handles, painted in famille rose enamels with panels of figures at their daily business within key borders, unmarked, 25" high (Illustrated)
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8 Estimated Price: 600-900 / Actual Price 2200

A CANTONESE PORCELAIN VASE, 19th century, of rounded cylindrical form, the waisted neck with double figural handles below a frilled everted rim, painted in famille rose enamels with panels of figures at their daily business on a foliate, fruit and precious objects ground, 24 1/2" high, later mounted onto a rococo cast gilt metal base, 27" high overall (Illustrated)
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9 Estimated Price: 400-500 / Actual Price 200

A PAIR OF CHINESE PORCELAIN VASES, early 19th century, of flared cylindrical form with sloping shoulders and frilled everted rim, with moulded and gilded double chilong handles and four salamanders to the shoulders, painted in monochrome burnt orange and gilt with panels of figures within key borders on a foliate and insect ground, unmarked, 17" high (Illustrated)
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10 Estimated Price: 200-400 / Actual Price 2600

TWO CHINESE PORCELAIN VASES, 19th century, both painted in underglaze blue, one of rouleau form with panels of a seated dignatory with an attendant on a rosette and scroll ground, 18" high, the other of rounded cylindrical form with a continuous scene of figures on a verandah, 18" high (Illustrated)
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11 Estimated Price: 150-200

A CHINESE PORCELAIN JAR AND COVER of lobed ovoid form painted with fruiting peach boughs on a yellow crackle glaze ground, 8 1/2" high, later drilled as a lamp base
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22 Estimated Price: 150-180 / Actual Price 130

A ROYAL WORCESTER CHINA TEACUP AND SAUCER, 1938, the cup interior painted in polychrome enamels by Moseley and the saucer by E. Townsend, both with apples and grapes, the cup with gilt exterior, both signed, puce mark, saucer 5 1/2" diameter
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23 Estimated Price: 250-400 / Actual Price 340

A PAIR OF ENGLISH CHINA OVAL PLAQUES, early 20th century, painted in polychrome enamels by J E Dean with two cock pheasants in a snowy open landscape and a brace of pheasant on moorland, signed, unmarked, 8 1/2" x 13 3/4", framed
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24 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 60

A ROYAL WORCESTER PARIAN FIGURAL SWEETMEAT, modelled by James Hadley as a young boy wearing a wide brimmed hat, jacket, breeches, stockings and buckled shoes, holding a large shallow basket and standing on a naturalistically moulded circular base, printed mark in green, indistinct moulded registration mark, incised signature, 8 1/2" high
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25 Estimated Price: 200-300 / Actual Price 240

A ROYAL WORCESTER CHINA VASE, 1911, of ovoid form with waisted neck and a low foot, painted in polychrome enamels with full blown pink and crimson roses on an ivory ground within burnished borders, unsigned, puce mark, shape 846, 10 1/2" high
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26 Estimated Price: 80-100 / Actual Price 70

A MATCHED PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER CHINA BUD VASES, 1903/5, of rounded conical form with slender necks, painted in typical colours with Summer flowers on a blush ivory ground, puce mark, shape 1528, 6 1/2" high
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27 Estimated Price: 120-160 / Actual Price 110

THREE ROYAL WORCESTER CHINA JUGS, early 20th century, comprising a tusk jug, 1906, shape 1116, 6" high, an ice jug, 1898, shape 1094, 5" high, and a cone jug, shape 1378, 5 1/2" high, all painted in typical colours with flowers on a blush ivory ground, all puce marks
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28 Estimated Price: 100-150

A ROYAL WORCESTER CHINA POT POURRI VASE AND COVER, 1907, of baluster form with bead moulded rim and raised upon three gilded paw feet, painted in typical colours with Summer flowers on a blush ivory ground, with a pierced lift-off cover, shape 1019/G, green mark, 6 1/2" high, together with a similar small vase painted with flowers on an ivory ground, shape 166, puce mark, 3" high (2)
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29 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 680

A COALPORT CHINA TOPOGRAPHICAL DESSERT SERVICE, c.1920's, with gadroon moulded borders, centrally painted in polychrome enamels with named vignettes, including Lochranza, Loch Fay and Ross Castle by E. Ball (signed), Bamborough Castle, Loch Fay & Kyles of Bute, all with raised gilt scroll borders on a cobalt blue ground, comprising six plates, 9" diameter, square dish 11 1/4" wide, oblong dish, 12 1/2" wide, and a high pedestal comport, 5 1/4" high, printed mark, pattern X2289 (9)
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30 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 140

A ROYAL WORCESTER CHINA CABINET PLATE, 1918, centrally painted by Raymond Rushton with an ivy clad thatched cottage behind a well stocked herbaceous border within a gilded and white enamelled "pearl" border on a cobalt blue ground, signed, puce and green mark, shape 164, together with a similar plate, apparently unsigned, 10 1/4" diameter (2)
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