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SH157 - Fine Furniture, Silver, Asian and Decorative Arts

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Woollahra Hotel Function Room
116 Queen St Woollahra NSW 2025

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Shapiro Auctioneers and Gallery
162 Queen St Woollahra NSW 2025
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LOT 101

Pair of Chinese Hardwood Armchairs

Early 20th Century

each with a shaped back carved with a bat amongst peaches and foliage, above a rectangular seat, raised on four square legs joined by stretchers (2)

Measurements:
height 97
  • EStimate $600 - $900
  • sold $4,320 Incl BP
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LOT 102

Victorian Brass Fire Screen

Late 19th Century

together with a brass fire kerb fender (2)

Measurements:
height 71 cm length 73 cm; length 133 cm
  • EStimate $200 - $400
  • sold $192 Incl BP
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LOT 103

Elegant Taxidermy Peacock (Pavo Cristatus)

20th Century

perched on a wooden stand

Measurements:
height 184 cm
  • EStimate $2,500 - $3,500
  • sold $5,280 Incl BP
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LOT 104

Elegant Taxidermy Peacock (Pavo Cristatus)

20th Century

perched on a wooden stand

Measurements:
height 188 cm
  • EStimate $2,500 - $3,500
  • sold $8,400 Incl BP
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LOT 105

Large Flemish Pastoral Tapestry

Second Quarter 18th Century, Brussels

inspired by the paintings of David Teniers the Younger (1610-1690), woven with shepherds and shepherdesses in the fields, in shades of cream, orange, blue and green, signed l.r ‘V. Leyniers’, reduced

Measurements:
232 x 343 cm
  • EStimate $5,000 - $7,000
  • sold $7,200 Incl BP
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LOT 106

French Verdure Tapestry, Probably Aubusson

18th/19th Century

woven with birds in a garden setting, in shades of green, blue and beige, reduced

Measurements:
176 x 166 cm
  • EStimate $1,500 - $2,500
  • sold $2,160 Incl BP
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LOT 107

French Verdure Tapestry, Probably Aubusson

18th/19th Century

woven with birds and formal garden within river scape setting, in shades of green, blue and cream, reduced

Measurements:
213 x 275 cm
  • EStimate $1,500 - $2,500
  • sold $1,920 Incl BP
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LOT 108

French Verdure Tapestry, Probably Aubusson

18th/19th Century

depicting a wooded landscape with oak trees in shades blue, green and cream, within a floral border, signed ‘I.R.D’ (A/F)

Measurements:
241 x 140 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $1,500
  • sold $2,400 Incl BP
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LOT 109

French Tapestry

Battle of Bruges, 20th Century

depicting the defeat of the Spanish army near the canal at Bruges by the troops of King Louis XIV in 1667, retains workshop label ‘Edition d’art de Rambouillet, Ateliers de reproduction d’oeuvres d’art’

Measurements:
175 x 253 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $1,440 Incl BP
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LOT 110

Shiraz Rug

woven with a central medallion surrounded by foliage and stylised birds in shades of red, orange, cream and black, together with a Caucasian rug woven with stylised animals and geometric motifs in shades of red, black, cream and green (2)

Measurements:
277 x 202 cm; 284 x 210 cm
  • EStimate $600 - $900
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LOT 111

Afghan Runner

all-over geometric motifs in shades of red, black, pale blue and cream, together with an Afghan Kazak rug woven in shades of orange, cream and blue and an Oriental rug woven in shades of red, burgundy and black (3)

Measurements:
284 x 76 cm; 116 x 85 cm; 128 x 174 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $600 Incl BP
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LOT 111A

Persian Rug

hand woven all over geometric designs in shades of navy blue, red and burgundy

Measurements:
366 x 261 cm
  • EStimate $600 - $800
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LOT 112

Caucasian Rug

woven with repetitive geometric motifs in shades of cream, red and blue, together with an Indian rug and an Afghan rug (3)

Measurements:
220 x 155 cm; 63 x 99 cm; 128 x 84 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
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LOT 113

Persian Rug

all-over floral and foliage motifs in shades of blue, cream and red

Measurements:
326 x 215 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $1,440 Incl BP
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LOT 114

Three French Trompe l’Oeil Panels

Late 18th Century

hand painted with garlands of flowers and cherubs (3)

Measurements:
131 x 90 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $1,020 Incl BP
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LOT 115

Frances Jones (1923-1999)

Cherries and Leaves

acrylic on board, signed l.r.c. ‘Frances Jones’

Measurements:
60 x 44 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
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LOT 116

Frances Jones (1923-1999)

Tuscan Pink Apples

acrylic on board, signed l.r.c. ‘Frances Jones’

Measurements:
60 x 44 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
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LOT 117

Benjamin Edwin Minns (1864-1937)

Manly From Mossman Heights, 1930

watercolour on paper, signed and dated l.r.c. ‘B.E.Minns, 1930, Sydney’, titled l.l.c. ‘Manly From Mossman Heights’

Measurements:
26 x 37 cm
  • EStimate $1,500 - $2,500
  • sold $1,680 Incl BP
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LOT 118

19th Century English School

An Idyllic Riverscene

oil on canvas, signed l.r.c. ‘S. Williams’

Measurements:
43 x 64 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
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LOT 119

William Elliot Johnson (Sir) (British 1881- Australian 1932)

Windmill Street looking West from Kent Street, Sydney

oil on board

Measurements:
39 x 48.5 cm
  • EStimate $2,000 - $3,000
  • sold $2,400 Incl BP
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LOT 120

Herbert McClintock (Max Ebert) (1906-1985)

Portrait of a Girl

oil on board, signed u.l.c. ‘Max Ebert’

Measurements:
59 x 52 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $2,000
  • sold $1,200 Incl BP
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LOT 121

19th Century European School

Cattle and Classical Ruins

oil on canvas

Measurements:
63 x 74 cm
  • EStimate $1,500 - $2,500
  • sold $1,680 Incl BP
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LOT 122

Henry Barraud (British 1811-1874)

Abd-El-Kader, c.1850

oil on canvas, signed m.r. ‘H. Barraud’

Measurements:
70 x 90 cm
  • EStimate $2,500 - $3,500
  • sold $2,880 Incl BP
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LOT 123

Henry Barraud (British 1811-1874)

Half Caste, c. 1860

oil on canvas, signed m.r. ‘H. Barraud’

Measurements:
70 x 90 cm
  • EStimate $2,000 - $3,000
  • sold $2,400 Incl BP
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LOT 124

Hugues Claude Pissarro (French, born 1935)

Les Chalutiers Du Croisic

oil on canvas, signed l.l.c. ‘H. Claude Pissaro’

Measurements:
50 x 60 cm
  • EStimate $1,500 - $2,500
  • sold $4,080 Incl BP
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LOT 125

19th Century European School

Parisian Streetscene

oil on canvas, signed and dated indistinctly l.r.c.

Measurements:
63 x 79.5 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $2,000
  • sold $1,140 Incl BP
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LOT 126

Boris Melitonovich Bogolyubov (Russian, 1878-1940)

Spring Landscape

oil on panel, signed indistinctly l.l.c.

Measurements:
30.5 x 38.5 cm
  • EStimate $600 - $800
  • sold $840 Incl BP
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LOT 127

Niels Holsoe (Danish, 1865-1928)

Self Portrait of the Artist

oil on canvas

Measurements:
41.5 x 30 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $840 Incl BP
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LOT 128

Georg Macco (German, 1863-1933)

Gizeh Pyramiden / Cairo

oil on canvas, signed l.l.c. ‘Macco’, inscribed with title verso ‘Gizeh Pyramiden / Cairo’

Measurements:
20 x 31 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $2,000
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LOT 129

Ernst Karl Eugen Koerner (German, 1846-1927)

View of Capri

oil on canvas on board, signed l.r.c. ‘E.K’

Measurements:
28 x 38.5 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $1,320 Incl BP
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LOT 130

After Antoon Goubau (Flemish, 1616-1698)

Card Player in a Grotto

oil on canvas laid down on panel

Measurements:
38 x 48 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $2,000
  • sold $840 Incl BP
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LOT 131

Alfred Bergstrom, (Swedish, 1869-1930)

A Lake with Trees in Summer

oil on canvas, estate stamps on canvas verso

Measurements:
37.5 x 52 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $2,000
  • sold $1,560 Incl BP
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LOT 132

Hugo Joseph Anton Freiherr (Baron) von Habermann (German, 1849-1929)

Portrait of a Lady in a Fur Hat, c. 1919

oil on canvas, signed l.r.c. ‘Haberman’

Measurements:
51 x 44 cm
  • EStimate $700 - $900
  • sold $720 Incl BP
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LOT 133

18th Century European School

Portrait of a Gentleman in a Grotto

oil on canvas

Measurements:
124 x 100 cm
  • EStimate $3,000 - $5,000
  • sold $3,000 Incl BP
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LOT 134

After Wilhelm Truber, (German, 1851-1917)

Portrait of a Bearded Man in a Hat, c. 1900

oil on board

Measurements:
49 x 36 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $480 Incl BP
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LOT 135

18th Century Dutch School

A Vanitas

oil on canvas laid down on board

Measurements:
49.5 x 39.5 cm
  • EStimate $2,000 - $3,000
  • sold $10,200 Incl BP
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LOT 136

Circle of Jan van Huchtenburg (Dutch, 1647-1733)

Calvary Battle

oil on canvas

Measurements:
57.5 x 75 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $2,880 Incl BP
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LOT 137

19th Century French School

Portrait of a French Artillery Under Officer, Seated and Holding a Cigar, 1849

oil on canvas, signed and dated l.l.c. ‘JS Vallers? 49’

Measurements:
97 x 74 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $2,000
  • sold $1,920 Incl BP
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LOT 138

Louis Boulanger (French 1806-1867)

Portrait of a Gentleman Wearing the Portugese Order of Christ

oil on canvas

Measurements:
117 x 90 cm
  • EStimate $1,200 - $1,800
  • sold $1,320 Incl BP
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LOT 139

Follower of Edgar Degas (French School 1834-1917)

Portrait of a Young Man Selling Faggots

oil on board

Measurements:
90 x 59 cm
  • EStimate $1,200 - $1,800
  • sold $1,320 Incl BP
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LOT 140

Circle of Giovanni Angelo Canini (Italian School, 1609-1666)

Madonna and the Infant Jesus with Angels

oil on canvas

Measurements:
113 x 94 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $2,000
  • sold $1,320 Incl BP
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LOT 141

Giovanni Battista Piranesi (Italian, 1720-1778)

Two Designs for Chimney Pieces, from Diverse Maniere D'adornare I Cammini, 1769

engravings, on paper one inscribed in plate l.r.c. ’44’, both inscribed in plate below image ‘Cavalier Piranesi inv. ed inc’, published by Generoso Salomoni (2)

Measurements:
25 x 39 cm each
  • EStimate $400 - $600
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LOT 142

Swiss Black Forest Carved Wood Musical Child’s Bench

First Half 20th Century

finely carved with two dancing bears with inlaid glass eyes holding a bench, the lift seat opening to reveal a musical movement

Measurements:
height 33 cm width 66 cm depth 18.5 cm
  • EStimate $2,500 - $4,500
  • sold $2,880 Incl BP
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LOT 143

Christopher Fratin (French, 1801-1864)

Pair of Figural Bronze Flambeaux

depicting acrobatic bears, signed ‘Fratin’, one (A/F) (2)

Measurements:
height 24 cm
  • EStimate $3,000 - $5,000
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LOT 144

Christopher Fratin (French, 1801-1864)

Two Bear Bronze Sculptures

one holding a candlestick and wearing slippers, the other playing the bag pipe, each signed ‘Fratin’ (2)

Measurements:
approx. height 15.5 cm
  • EStimate $2,000 - $4,000
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LOT 145

Marius Jean Antonin Mercie (French, 1845-1916)

Bronze Figure of David with the Head of Goliath, c. 1890

David modelled with a sword in his hands and the head of Goliath at his feet, signed ‘A Mercie’ and stamped ‘A. Collas Brevete Reduction Mecanique’ on base

Measurements:
height 75 cm
  • EStimate $2,000 - $3,000
  • sold $2,400 Incl BP
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LOT 146

Professor Giuseppe Bessi (Italian, 1857-1922)

Marble Bust of Mona Lisa, c. 1900

wearing a purple agate Renaissance dress, signed ‘Prof. G. Bessi’

Measurements:
height 67 cm, approx. weight 60 kg
  • EStimate $1,500 - $2,500
  • sold $1,800 Incl BP
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LOT 147

Italian Marble Bust of Pierrot the Clown

c. 1900

on a stepped circular socle, signed

Measurements:
height 52 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $1,500
  • sold $1,140 Incl BP
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LOT 148

French Ormolu-Mounted Green Marble Cassolette

c. 1880

the shaped marble body applied with garlands of vines and grapes and further decorated with three cast cherub heads supports terminating in acanthus leaf capped hoof feet, on shaped base, adapted as a lamp

Measurements:
height 43 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $960 Incl BP
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LOT 148A

Claire Jeanne Roberte Colinet (Belgium, 1880-1950)

'The Snake Dancer' Bronze Figure, c. 1920

cast as a naked female dancing, with a snake coiled around her right leg, on marble base, signed “Cl. Colinet’ on base and stamped ‘bronze france’ on foot

Measurements:
height 35.5 cm (incl. base)
  • EStimate $1,000 - $2,000
  • sold $1,560 Incl BP
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LOT 149

Pair of Blackamoor Candelabra

20th Century

painted and parcel-gilt, converted into table lamps (2)

Measurements:
height 102 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $960 Incl BP
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LOT 150

Neoclassical Marble Bust of Diana

19th Century

with her hair tied in a bun, on a circular grey marble socle, base (A/F), a few chips to marble

Measurements:
height 51 cm
  • EStimate $700 - $900
  • sold $1,320 Incl BP
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LOT 151

After Emile Louis Picault (French, 1833-1915)

Bronzed Allegorical Figure of 'L'Aviation', Early 20th Century

modelled as winged male figure standing on a sphere embellished with airplane, zeppelin and hot air balloon, signed near base

Measurements:
height 77 cm
  • EStimate $700 - $900
  • sold $840 Incl BP
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LOT 152

Grand Tour Bronze Figure of The Dancing Faun of Pompeii

after the Antique, the standing figure with his arms outstretched, on a stepped square base

Measurements:
height 32 cm
  • EStimate $600 - $900
  • sold $840 Incl BP
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LOT 153

Russian Copper and Brass Samovar

19th Century

converted as a table lamp, with copper shade

Measurements:
height 82 cm
  • EStimate $600 - $900
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LOT 154

After Pierre-Jules Mene (French, 1810-1879)

Bronze Sculpture of Two Greyhounds

depicting two greyhounds playing with a ball, on a textured oval base, signed ‘P J Mene’

Measurements:
height 16 cm length 20 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $960 Incl BP
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LOT 155

After Christoph Nusslein (German, c. 1869-1937)

Bronze Figure of Boy Riding a Bull, c. 1920

the boy playing the harp and wearing a classical dress, unsigned, on rectangular marble base (A/F)

Measurements:
height 38 cm length 37 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $540 Incl BP
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LOT 156

After Frederic Remington (American, 1861-1909)

Bronze Sculpture of the Broncho Buster

depicting a cowboy riding a horse, on black marble base, signed ‘Frederic Remington’ edition 67/100

Measurements:
height 19 cm
  • EStimate $400 - $600
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LOT 157

Thomas Harris, Canterbury

Mahogany and Brass Inlaid Bracket Clock, 19th Century

fusee movement with chime, white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, surmounted by a brass urn finial, with pendulum and key (A/F)

Measurements:
height 66 cm
  • EStimate $1,500 - $2,500
  • sold $2,640 Incl BP
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LOT 158

Louis XV Style Vernis Martin Style and Ormolu Mounted Mantel Clock on Wall Bracket

19th Century

the waisted case with scrolling foliate mounts and decorated with flowers against a red ground, white enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, case stamped ‘N. P. Severin’, with pendulum, the wall bracket conformingly decorated (2)

Measurements:
height 75 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $1,500
  • sold $1,320 Incl BP
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LOT 158A

Georgian Specimen Wood Inlaid Music Box or Carillon

c. 1830

playing twelve airs, the rectangular box with string inlaid decoration and musical trophy to front, sides decorated with shells, with key

Measurements:
height 26 cm 39 cm depth 20.5 cm
  • EStimate $1,500 - $2,500
  • sold $3,360 Incl BP
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LOT 159

Early Victorian Oak Stick Coastal Barometer

c. 1840

register signed ‘T. Underhill Optician, 24 Corporation St. Manchester’, the case with arched cresting, mercury thermometer to waist, the cistern cover carved with a flowerhead

Measurements:
height 105 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $1,440 Incl BP
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LOT 160

Early Victorian Mahogany Banjo Wheel Barometer

c. 1840

level signed ‘Grassi & Fontana, Exeter’, swan-neck pediment with urn finial, over a hygrometer, mercury thermometer, and a convex mirror, the silvered dial with brass bezel and signed level under

Measurements:
height 102 cm
  • EStimate $600 - $900
  • sold $720 Incl BP
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LOT 161

Sheraton Style Mahogany Wheel Banjo Barometer

19th Century

level signed ‘F. Salteri, London’, the case with swan neck pediment and urn finial, over a hygrometer, mercury thermometer, the silvered dial with brass bezel and signed level under

Measurements:
height 102 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $480 Incl BP
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LOT 162

Fuller’s Spiral Slide Rule Calculator

by W. F. Stanley, London, in wooden case, together with a barograph, a Hockley Abbey John Rabone & Sons tape measure and a metronome (4)

Measurements:
length 43 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $720 Incl BP
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LOT 163

William Ricketts (1898-1993)

Double Sided Sculptural Face of an Elder and Young Boy, 1965

earthenware, inscribed and dated to base ‘Wm Ricketts, 1965’

Measurements:
height 19 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
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LOT 164

William Ricketts (1898-1993)

Face of an Elder

earthenware, inscribed to base ‘Wm Ricketts’

Measurements:
height 24 cm
  • EStimate $600 - $800
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LOT 165

William Ricketts (1898-1993)

Face of a Young Boy

earthenware, signed in pencil to base ‘Wm Ricketts’

Measurements:
height 15 cm
  • EStimate $250 - $350
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LOT 166

William Moorcroft for Macintyre

'Macintyre' Vase, c. 1898

‘Aurelian’ pattern, of slim baluster form, transfer printed and hand painted with orange and blue motifs highlighted with gilding, brown printed Macintyre mark and registered design number 314899

Measurements:
height 29 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
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LOT 167

William Moorcroft for Macintyre

Sugar Pot, c. 1912

‘Pansy’ pattern, decorated with a continuous band of pansies and leaves against a cream ground, signed in green ‘W. M.’, brown printed Macintyre mark and ‘D & H B’,

Measurements:
height 11.5 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $960 Incl BP
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LOT 168

William Moorcroft

Comport, c. 1916

‘Spanish’ pattern, decorated with scrolling red and mauve flowers against mottled green ground, signed in green ‘W. Moorcroft’, impressed ‘Moorcroft Burslem England’

Measurements:
height 16 cm length 29.5 cm
  • EStimate $1,200 - $1,800
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LOT 169

William Moorcroft

Twin Handle Biscuit Barrel, c. 1914

‘Cornflower’ pattern, decorated with red flowers against a mottled green ground, signed in green ‘W. Moorcroft’ and dated ‘1914’, restored cover

Measurements:
height 17 cm
  • EStimate $600 - $900
  • sold $1,140 Incl BP
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LOT 170

William Moorcroft

Twin Handle Vase, c. 1913

‘Hazledene’ pattern, decorated with trees in a landscape in tones of green, blue and mauve, signed in green ‘W. Moorcroft’ and impressed ‘Moorcroft Burslem’

Measurements:
height 13 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $1,500
  • sold $2,760 Incl BP
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LOT 171

William Moorcroft

Vase, c. 1928

‘Dawn’ pattern, decorated with a band of trees and hills in blue against a pale sky enclosed by borders of chevrons, in a matt glaze, signed in blue ‘W. M’, impressed ‘Moorcroft, Made in England’

Measurements:
height 24.5 cm
  • EStimate $2,000 - $3,000
  • sold $1,830 Incl BP
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LOT 172

William Moorcroft

Plate, c. 1930

‘Fish’ pattern, decorated with fish swimming amongst aquatic plants in tones of green, signed in blue ‘W. M’, impressed ‘Moorcroft, Made in England’

Measurements:
diameter 20.8 cm
  • EStimate $200 - $400
  • sold $360 Incl BP
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LOT 173

William Moorcroft

Salt Glaze Vase, c. 1930

‘Fish’ pattern, decorated with fish swimming amongst aquatic plants, signed in blue ‘W. M’, impressed ‘Moorcroft, Made in England’

Measurements:
height 20.5 cm
  • EStimate $2,500 - $3,500
  • sold $2,400 Incl BP
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LOT 174

William Moorcroft

Vase, c. 1930

‘Waratah’ pattern, decorated with five large flower heads against a mottled blue ground, signed in blue ‘W. Moorcroft’, impressed facsimile signature and ‘Potter to HM The Queen’

Measurements:
height 22 cm
  • EStimate $7,000 - $9,000
  • sold $7,800 Incl BP
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LOT 175

William Moorcroft

Flambe Vase, c. 1930

‘Wisteria’ pattern, decorated with a continuous band of fruits and leaves in flambe tones, signed in blue ‘W. Moorcroft’, impressed ‘Moorcroft, Made in England’

Measurements:
height 14.5 cm
  • EStimate $600 - $900
  • sold $720 Incl BP
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LOT 176

William Moorcroft

Flambe Jewellery Box, c. 1937

‘Orchid’ pattern, of rectangular form, the cover decorated with flowers in flambe tones, impressed ‘Moorcroft, Made in England’, retains printed paper Royal Warrant label

Measurements:
height 4 cm width 9 cm depth 7 cm
  • EStimate $200 - $400
  • sold $312 Incl BP
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LOT 177

William Moorcroft

Flambe Vase, c. 1937

‘Orchid’ pattern, decorated with flowers against a blue and yellow ground in semi flambe tones, signed in blue ‘W. Moorcroft’, impressed facsimile signature and ‘Potter to HM The Queen, Made in England’

Measurements:
height 21 cm
  • EStimate $1,500 - $2,500
  • sold $2,160 Incl BP
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LOT 178

William Moorcroft

Flambe Vase, c. 1938

‘Poppy’ pattern, decorated with a continuous band of large flower heads in flambe tones, signed in blue ‘W. Moorcroft’, impressed facsimile signature and ‘Potter to HM The Queen, Made in England’

Measurements:
height 31 cm
  • EStimate $2,000 - $3,000
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LOT 179

William and Walter Moorcroft

Vase, c. 1949

‘Anemone’ pattern, decorated with a band of large flower heads against a mottled green ground, signed in blue ‘W. M.’, impressed facsimile signature and ‘Potter to HM The Queen, Made in England’

Measurements:
height 25.5 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $600 Incl BP
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LOT 180

Sally Tuffin for Moorcroft

Vase, c. 1988

Made for Liberty, ‘Peacock Feather’ pattern, decorated with tubelined feathers against a green ground, signed ‘Liberty’ with painted monogram of William J. Moorcroft, impressed ‘Moorcroft, Made in England’

Measurements:
height 18 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $360 Incl BP
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LOT 181

Clarice Cliff

Bizarre Vase, c. 1930

‘Tennis’ pattern, waisted form, printed factory mark to base ‘Hand Painted Bizarre by Clarice Cliff Newport Pottery England’

Measurements:
height 21 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $4,080 Incl BP
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LOT 182

Clarice Cliff

Fantasque Bizarre Jug, c. 1930

‘Orange Trees and House’ pattern, printed factory mark to base ‘Fantasque Hand Painted Bizarre by Clarice Cliff Newport Pottery England’

Measurements:
height 13 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $540 Incl BP
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LOT 183

Frank Allen for Royal Doulton

Flamb_ Sung Vase, c. 1920

the lobbed floriform decorated with abstract design in flamb_ tones, signed ‘F. Allen. Sung Flamb_’ with printed Royal Doulton factory mark, hairline crack to rim

Measurements:
height 18.5 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
Lot Details
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LOT 184

Den Haag for Rozenburg

Dutch Eggshell Porcelain Vase, c. 1910

porcelain with polychrome enamel decoration of blossoming flowers, printed factory’s mark and artist’s mark to underside, restored

Measurements:
height 26.5 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $720 Incl BP
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LOT 185

Attributed to Paul Milet for Sevres

Ormolu Mounted Porcelain Bowl, c. 1900

the circular blue flambe glazed porcelain bowl with ormolu twig-form handles applied with fruits and leaves

Measurements:
height 11 cm length 35 cm
  • EStimate $400 - $600
  • sold $1,080 Incl BP
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LOT 186

Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin for Minton

Majolica Revolving Luncheon Tray, Shape no. 799

of circular shape, decorated with medieval rose window motif and eight fleur-de-lys, restored base (A/F)

Measurements:
height 10.5 cm diameter 46.5 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $540 Incl BP
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LOT 187

Collection of a Majolica Leaf Plates

comprising nine Wedgwood dessert plates, ten various plates, two comports and a shell-form bowl, a few minor chips (22)

Measurements:
diameter 20 cm (Wedgwood)
  • EStimate $700 - $900
  • sold $1,140 Incl BP
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LOT 188

French Faience Plate

c. 1783

depicting the first manned hydrogen balloon flight, on 1st December 1783

Measurements:
diameter 23 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
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LOT 189

Meissen

Commedia Dell'arte Porcelain Figure, 'Pantalone', 20th Century

after the model by Johann Joachim Kandler, in theatrical pose, the bearded figure bending forward with one hand behind his back, wearing a red tunic and a black mask, underglaze blue crossed swords mark to underside and impressed model number

Measurements:
height 18 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $1,500
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LOT 190

Meissen

Commedia Dell'arte Porcelain Figure, 'Cortesano', 20th Century

after the model by Johann Joachim Kandler, in theatrical pose, modelled smoking a pipe with one hand on his hip, wearing a yellow tunic and a black mask, underglaze blue crossed swords mark to underside and impressed model number

Measurements:
height 17 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $1,500
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LOT 191

Meissen

Commedia Dell'arte Porcelain Figure, 20th Century

after the model by Johann Joachim Kandler, in theatrical pose, dancing on one foot, holding a feathered hat in his right hand and raising a jug with left hand, underglaze blue crossed swords mark to underside and impressed model number

Measurements:
height 25 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $1,500
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LOT 192

Meissen

Two 'Cries de Paris' Porcelain Figures, The Horn Blower and Town Crier, 20th Century

after the model by Peter Reinicke, each standing before a tree stump on a gilt rocaille base, underglaze blue crossed swords mark to underside and impressed model number (2)

Measurements:
height 15 cm
  • EStimate $700 - $900
  • sold $840 Incl BP
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LOT 193

Meissen

Porcelain Figure of a Chinaman, 20th Century

sitting on a tree-stump base, holding an umbrella in his left hand and a pipe in his right hand, wearing a long coat painted with brightly coloured flowers, underglaze blue crossed swords mark to underside and impressed model number

Measurements:
height 14 cm
  • EStimate $400 - $600
  • sold $480 Incl BP
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LOT 194

Meissen

Porcelain Twin Handle Vase, 20th Century

the footed vase hand painted with sprays of flowers and applied with flowers and fruits, blue underglaze crossed swords mark to underside, minor crack to top

Measurements:
height 26 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
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LOT 195

First Period Worcester

Blue and White Porcelain Basket, c. 1770

of oval shape, transfer underglaze cobalt blue decoration in the Pine Cone pattern, the reticulated basket applied with florets

Measurements:
height 70 cm length 26.5 cm
  • EStimate $700 - $900
  • sold $900 Incl BP
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LOT 196

First Period Worcester

Porcelain Kidney Shaped Serving Dish, c. 1770

blue-scale ground with four large shaped cartouches and four smaller vase-shaped cartouches, all finely painted with polychrome floral springs

Measurements:
height 4.5 cm length 28.5 cm
  • EStimate $700 - $900
  • sold $780 Incl BP
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LOT 197

First Period Worcester

Pair of Blue and White Porcelain Sauce Boats, c. 1765

transfer underglaze cobalt blue decoration in the Mansfield pattern, crescent mark to the undersides (2)

Measurements:
height 11.5 cm length 18.5 cm
  • EStimate $600 - $900
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LOT 198

First Period Worcester

Porcelain Basket, c. 1765

the circular shallow reticulated basket with applied florets, the interior hand painted with polychrome spray of flowers

Measurements:
height 8 cm length 20.5 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $780 Incl BP
Lot Details
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LOT 199

First Period Worcester

Pair of Blue and White Porcelain Dessert Plates, c. 1770

each circular plate with a lobbed rim, transfer underglaze cobalt blue decoration in the Pine Cone pattern, hatched crescent marks to the undersides (2)

Measurements:
diameter 18 cm ;17.5 cm
  • EStimate $400 - $600
  • sold $720 Incl BP
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LOT 200

First Period Worcester

Blue and White Porcelain Sugar Bowl, c. 1770

transfer underglaze cobalt blue decoration in the Fence pattern, hatched crescent mark to the underside, together with a porcelain tea cup and saucer, c. 1765, the reeded cup and saucer painted in underglaze cobalt blue with a lambrequin border (3)

Measurements:
height 7.5 cm diameter 16 cm (bowl); height 7 cm (cup); diameter 13 cm (saucer)
  • EStimate $300 - $500
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