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Friday 03 March 2017

Commencing at 11:00am

Newnham Street Saleroom

Viewing

Thursday 2nd March – 9am to 6pm,
Morning of sale from 9am

Approximately 150 lots of silver including various items of Flatware; Object d’Art; Snuff boxes; Vinaigrettes; Vesta cases; Cigarette & Patch boxes; Tea & Coffee sets; Vanity sets; Cruets; Salvers; Indian silver items and more.

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This selection of items forms a part of our March Antiques & Collectors Items sale.

To find out more about this auction click ‘Auction & Catalogue Details’ above.

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FURTHER ENTRIES INVITED

Recent Highlights in Antique & Collectable Auctions

A late 19th century brass precision theodolite by Carl Bamberg, Friedenau, No. 6478, on an ebonised tripod stand

Sold for £1,100

A 19th century French ebonised and gilt brass mounted Boulle credenza, the top over side ogee glazed doors flanking central cupboard door on plinth base, h. 107 cm, w. 169 cm,
d. 45 cm

Sold for £1,500

A 19th century mahogany partners desk by M. Willson of 68 Great Queen Street, having an olive green tooled leather insert to top over a row of three drawers, the knee hole flanked by cupboard and three drawers all mirrored to the other side on plinth base, h. 78 cm, w. 167 cm, d. 107 cm

Sold for £1,800

A large 9ct gold mounted micro-mosaic brooch depicting a cherub riding a chariot. w. 6.5 cm.

Sold for £3,400

A Harley Aircraft Landing Light, Model No. F, No. 7599, with a copper and aluminum casing, on an adjustable tripod base

Sold for £460

Original watercolours by an accomplished hand depicting a variety of European National Costumes with manuscript titles in French. Contained within a landscape qto qtr binding, gilt with marbled boards. Unattributed.

Sold for £600

A George I and later walnut, crossbanded and feather banded bureau, the fall-front enclosing a fitted interior over two short and two long graduated drawers, on bracket feet, bearing a later ivorine label for Spillman & Co., w. 97 cm

Sold for £800

Antoine Blanchard (French, 1910-1988),
a Paris street scene,
oil on canvas,
49 x 59 cm

Sold for £2,500

19th Century School,
a 17th century gentleman in a ruff,
unsigned,
oil on copper,
25 x 19 cm oval, together with another of a lady in a ruff (2)

Sold for £1,200

A Lalique 'Bacchantes' pattern vase relief decorated with female nudes, etched signature 'Lalique, France' and numbered 'F851', h. 24.5 cm

Sold for £1,700

A late Georgian mahogany dining table, reducing to a side table, with a concertina folding base and two additional leaves, in the manner of Robert Wright of Bond Street, Hull, 64 cm to 324 cm

Sold for £1,000

A late 17th / early 18th walnut chest on stand, the secret cushion front drawer over two short and three long drawers on the stand with one drawer above shaped apron, turned legs, feet and curved stretchers, h. 167 cm, w. 113 cm, d. 63 cm

Sold for £700

A pair of 19th century oak occasional tables, the rectangular galleried tops over a turned column and a triform platform base with squat bun feet, h. 58 cm, w. 47 cm, d. 27 cm

Sold for £1,600

An early 20th century walnut and burr walnut bedroom suite by S. Hille and Co. 140 Old Street EC1, comprising of a ladies wardrobe (h. 186 cm, w. 108 cm, d. 62 cm) , gentleman's wardrobe (h. 151 cm, w. 108 cm, d. 54 cm), dressing table with stool ( h. 134 cm, w. 132 cm, d. 58 cm), two bedroom chairs (h. 86 cm, w. 47 cm, d. 46 cm) and double bed the headboard with two bedside cabinets (h. 133 cm, w. 232 cm)

Sold for £3,400

Sherree Valentine-Daines (b.1959),
Cafe a Midi,
signed,
oil on canvas,
34 x 29 cm

Sold for £5,200

A Meissen figural group modelled as a family at rest on a rococo base, h. 10 cm, together with four further Continental figural groups (5)

Sold for £550

A pair of Cantonese bottle vases typically decorated in coloured enamels with traditional court scenes within foliate fields, h. 34.5 cm

Sold for £650

After Laurence Stephen Lowry R. A.
(1887-1976),
'The Contraption',
signed in pencil, with the blind
stamp, from an edition of 750,
colour reproduction,
35 x 31 cm, together with the
accompanying preliminary
studies print of the sketch
published by Adam Collection Ltd.
(2) *Artist's Resale Rights may
apply to the hammer price

Sold for £1,500

Antoine Blanchard (French, 1910-1988),
a Paris street scene,
oil on canvas,
31 x 44 cm

Sold for £2,700

A Matthew Norman VIP Collection repeater carriage clock, the Swiss movement striking on a gong, the dial with gilt metal spandrels, Arabic numerals, moon phase and three subsidiary dials, within a silvered five-glass case, together with a leather travel case, outer box of book form and guarantee

Sold for £1,200

Recent Highlights in Bedford Auction Centre

A late 19th century brass precision theodolite by Carl Bamberg, Friedenau, No. 6478, on an ebonised tripod stand

Sold for £1,100

A Meissen figural group modelled as a family at rest on a rococo base, h. 10 cm, together with four further Continental figural groups (5)

Sold for £550

A pair of Cantonese bottle vases typically decorated in coloured enamels with traditional court scenes within foliate fields, h. 34.5 cm

Sold for £650

After Laurence Stephen Lowry R. A.
(1887-1976),
'The Contraption',
signed in pencil, with the blind
stamp, from an edition of 750,
colour reproduction,
35 x 31 cm, together with the
accompanying preliminary
studies print of the sketch
published by Adam Collection Ltd.
(2) *Artist's Resale Rights may
apply to the hammer price

Sold for £1,500

Antoine Blanchard (French, 1910-1988),
a Paris street scene,
oil on canvas,
31 x 44 cm

Sold for £2,700

A Matthew Norman VIP Collection repeater carriage clock, the Swiss movement striking on a gong, the dial with gilt metal spandrels, Arabic numerals, moon phase and three subsidiary dials, within a silvered five-glass case, together with a leather travel case, outer box of book form and guarantee

Sold for £1,200

An Edwardian hammered silver canister and cover of hammered Arts & Crafts design mounted with six turquoise coloured Ruskin-type ceramic roundel's, maker A?J, Birmingham 1903,
h. 12 cm, 7 ozs

Sold for £1,500

A Coalport parian bust modelled as Vice-Admiral Nelson, modelled by Joseph Pitts under the direction of Admiral Sir William Parker K.C.B. from the painting by Wichell in his possession, inscribed to back and dated 1853, h. 23 cm *For an identical example see National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, No. AAA5974

Sold for £440

A salt glazed bellarmine-type jug of typical form, h. 20.5 cm

Sold for £600

A late 19th century Austrian cup, the metalwork filled with enamel and gilded sections, the rock crystal bowl and base with floral etching, the central figural column in the form of three herons, h. 14 cm

Sold for £500

A late Georgian mahogany dining table, reducing to a side table, with a concertina folding base and two additional leaves, in the manner of Robert Wright of Bond Street, Hull, 64 cm to 324 cm

Sold for £1,000

A Harley Aircraft Landing Light, Model No. F, No. 7599, with a copper and aluminum casing, on an adjustable tripod base

Sold for £460

Original watercolours by an accomplished hand depicting a variety of European National Costumes with manuscript titles in French. Contained within a landscape qto qtr binding, gilt with marbled boards. Unattributed.

Sold for £600

A George I and later walnut, crossbanded and feather banded bureau, the fall-front enclosing a fitted interior over two short and two long graduated drawers, on bracket feet, bearing a later ivorine label for Spillman & Co., w. 97 cm

Sold for £800

Antoine Blanchard (French, 1910-1988),
a Paris street scene,
oil on canvas,
49 x 59 cm

Sold for £2,500

19th Century School,
a 17th century gentleman in a ruff,
unsigned,
oil on copper,
25 x 19 cm oval, together with another of a lady in a ruff (2)

Sold for £1,200

A Lalique 'Bacchantes' pattern vase relief decorated with female nudes, etched signature 'Lalique, France' and numbered 'F851', h. 24.5 cm

Sold for £1,700

A late 19th century students violin with a two-part back, rosewood pegs, in a fitted case with two bows, one being a scumbled example

Sold for £2,300

After Salvator Rosa, 19th century,
a capriccio of a Mediterranean harbour', unsigned,
oil on canvas,
58 x 101.5 cm
*see Lot 54 Phillips 3rd July 1995

Sold for £650

A group of collectables including First World War sweetheart's cards, a 1944 TG.Co. Ltd. Mark III military compass, an RAF silver and enamelled brooch, cap badges etc.

Sold for £540

Recent Highlights in Specialist Auctions

A Portuguese 18ct yellow gold articulated bricklink bracelet with fine engraved scrolled decoration, clasp stamped '800', 48.4 gms

Sold for £1,150

A 19th century 18ct yellow gold elongated link watch chain with t-bar and lobster clasp, (clasp 15ct), hallmarked for Chester 1888, overall 67.5 gms

Sold for £1,220

An 18ct white gold ring set pear shaped fancy pink/purple diamond in a three claw setting, the shoulders each set a tapered baguette cut white diamond, central stone approximately 0.7 carats, ring size M, 2.5 gms

Sold for £1,500

An 18ct yellow gold band ring set three rows of seventeen baguette cut diamonds in a brick setting, ring size L, 10.8 gms

Sold for £1,800

A yellow metal articulated link bracelet set thirteen graduated brilliant cut diamonds, each in a six claw setting, central stone approximately 0.5 carats, overall 6.7 gms

Sold for £2,000

An early 21st century gentleman's stainless steel cased 'Reverso Duo Dial-Night & Day' wristwatch by Jaeger-LeCoultre, the rectangular dial in the Art Deco manner with black Arabic numerals and second hand section, the reverse with a grey dial, luminous numerals at 12, 3 and 9 o'clock and 24 hour section on an articulated bracelet strap, dial w. 1.9 cm, movement numbered 2055301, with box and papers, purchased 19.10.01

Sold for £3,500

A late 19th century yellow metal ruby and diamond ring, the central ruby (approximately 1ct) flanked by two approximately 0.5ct diamonds and interspaced with diamond chips. Inscribed inside the shank: 'L.P from W.T 1893'

Sold for £2,100

Frantisek Jirak for Tatra Nabytok NP, a pair of 1960's oatmeal upholstered tub-type chairs on bentwood and tapering beech legs*Elsewhere this design has been attributed to Miroslav Navratil, however these chairs bear Tatra paper labels to the frames

Sold for £600

Ilmari Lappalainen for Asko, a 'Pulkka' chair and footstool, the silvered frame with white leather upholstery, label to underside of chair

Sold for £700

Robin Day for Hille, a 1954 Interplan three-drawer walnut chest with rosewood drawers and brass finished handles on black tubular legs, w. 91 cm, together with a matching three drawer bedside chest

Sold for £1,000

A late 19th century 18ct yellow gold cased half hunter pocket watch by Benson, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and second hand section within a plain case decorated in blue enamel, dial d. 4.1 cm, case hallmarked for London 1899, overall 119.8 gms, contained in a fitted case with gilt tooled decoration

Sold for £1,000

An 18ct yellow gold hinged bracelet set three rows of small brilliant cut diamonds within a diagonal twist setting, internal w. 5.6 cm, 44.2 gms

Sold for £1,200

A 14ct white gold ring set brilliant cut diamond in a raised four claw setting, the openwork shoulders set eight small diamonds in a modern setting, stone approximately 1.25 carats, ring size M, 6.6 gms

Sold for £1,500

A yellow metal full eternity ring set four rows of small brilliant cut diamonds, the sides also set a row of small diamonds, ring size K 1/2, 11.6 gms

Sold for £1,500

An 18ct yellow gold cocktail ring set four rows of brilliant cut diamonds within a circular undulating setting, ring size Q, 13.3 gms

Sold for £2,000

A gentleman's two colour stainless steel superlative chronometer 'Oyster Perpetual Datejust' wristwatch by Rolex, the circular silvered dial with diamond set hour markers and date aperture on a bracelet strap, dial d. 3 cm, with box and papers, first purchased in 1996 and serviced in 2005

Sold for £3,300

An early 20th century 18ct gold and platinum five stone diamond ring, set with five old cut graduating diamonds totaling approximately 1.50ct.

Sold for £1,100

A large 9ct gold mounted micro-mosaic brooch depicting a cherub riding a chariot. w. 6.5 cm.

Sold for £3,400

Erik Marquardsen and Takashi Okamura for Getama, a 'Position 295' chaise in ash with dark blue and white chequered upholstery

Sold for £650

Ricardo Flumer for Alias, a stack of sixteen 'Laleggera' chairs in a maple finish, on a fitted set of wheels

Sold for £900