Antiques Sale on
Wednesday 8th March 2017
Lots: 251-300 of 434
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Lot Description and Estimate Images Sold For
251

A Nymphenburg porcelain figure of a Bedlington Terrier, standing, 19cms high
Estimate: 30-40

    
252

Two Wade Sandeman figural bottles with stoppers, 22cms high
Estimate: 12-20

    
253

A pair of 20th Century decorative Dogs of Fo, each seated on a cube base, one with small creature under its paw the other with a ball under its paw, 26.5cms high
Estimate: 15-30

    
254

A Noritake part tea set, with basket of flower pattern
Estimate: 10-15

    
255

A small Waterford Glass cased timepiece with etched marks and original label, 7.5cms high
Estimate: 15-25

    
256

A Mdina glass goblet 15cms high together with a small Murano millefiori glass paperweight approx 5cms diam (2)
Estimate: 15-25

    
257

A 20th Century amber glass decanter with faceted decoration and clear, cut glass band to centre and with original acorn shaped stopper, 36cms high
Estimate: 12-20

    
258

A heavy circular clear glass Orrefors bowl with "castellated" top, 19cms wide, labelled and with etched mark to base
Estimate: 20-30

    
259

A matched pair of late 19th Century faceted green glass decanters with ring at neck and original faceted stoppers, 34cms high
Estimate: 30-50

    
260

An early 20th Century clear cut glass pedestal vase with tapering, bulbous body and slightly flared rim 18cms high; a Dartington cut glass pedestal sundae dish and other cut glass items (7)
Estimate: 40-60

    
261

A pair of early 20th Century clear glass onion shape decanters with cut stoppers and necks and with etched fruiting vine decoration to the body, 24.5cms high; another early 20th Century decanter with blown stopper and cut decoration to the body, 27.5cms high together with a quantity of assorted drinking glasses

Estimate: 20-40

    
262

A 19th Century wine glass with trumpet bowl, tear drop stem and folded foot 16.5cms high together with assorted other 19th and 20th Century stem glasses of various sizes

Estimate: 15-25

    
263

A large Monart style glass vase of baluster form and with mottled blue and red colouring, un marked, 22cms high
Estimate: 30-50

    
264

A Waterford crystal glass Christmas 1985 dish in original box, 21cms diam
Estimate: 15-25

    
265

A Roman style art glass glass bottle with two handles, 20cms high
Estimate: 20-40

    
266

After PIERRE BISIAUX (b.1924) - The Artist's Palette, limited edition coloured lithographic print, signed by the artist and numbered 74/275, Collectors Guild label verso, 60cms x 46cms
Estimate: 15-25

    
267

After HENRY ALKEN - four 19th Century coloured mezzotints of hunting incidents, 20.5cms x 25cms (4)
Estimate: 30-40

    
268

A large monochrome print "Chelsea Pensioners Reading the Gazette of the Battle of Waterloo, 43cms x 72cms in decorative gilt gesso frame
Estimate: 20-30

    
269

After DAVID SHEPHERD - Arctic Foxes, coloured limited edition print, signed by the artist and numbered 1394/1500 26cms x 38cms
Estimate: 15-25

    
270

A 1980's folder of 12 good quality reproductions of posters - "Affiches de la Ville De Nice" includes examples by Dufy, Chagall, Matisse and Bsor
Estimate: 25-35

    
271

A folder "Art Eskimo Art" containing six monochrome prints of works by various Inuit artists including Noah Ken, Adamie Alako and Syolie Arqpatuk; each print contained in individual card folder with details printed to the front
Estimate: 30-50

    
272

After John Leech - three coloured reproduction hunting prints, 21.5cms x 28.5cms (3)
Estimate: 8-16

    
273

After JOSEPH NIGG - a late 19th Century coloured lithographic print of a still life with flowers, grapes, caterpillars, insects and a snail, in mahogany frame, 65cms x 50cms
Estimate: 20-30

    
274

After GEORGE CRUICKSHANK - Four framed coloured cartoon prints, each picture with individual images including Archery, A sprig of Shelalegh and The Pillars of a Gin Shop, 18cms x 26cms (4)
Estimate: 15-25

    
275

LIONEL EDWARDS - The Devon and Somerset Staghounds coming out of The Danesbrook, signed coloured print with blind stamps to margin, 45cms x 62cms

Estimate: 20-40

    
276

TIM SCOTT BOLTON - The Crowcombe Beagles at Dunster, signed coloured limited edition print no.151/300, 31.5cms x 46cms

Estimate: 20-40

    
277

A 20th Century Japanese scroll painting, the gouache picture of magpies and prunus laid onto material, signed in characters, length of scroll 34cms
Estimate: 30-40

    
278

LATE 19TH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL - A View of Naples Bay, gouache, titled at base 33cms x 44cms
Estimate: 40-60

    
279

G TREVOR (late 19th Century Welsh) - The Old Bridge of Dee, watercolour, signed, old label verso 27cms x 18cms together with another watercolour by Charles Fields - In Windmill Hill Fields, Derby 1902, signed with monogram, 25cms x 20cms (2)
Estimate: 15-25

    
280

PAUL HENRY ADAMS GROOM (b.1963) - Autumn, abstract, gouache, 59cms x 81cms, label verso
Estimate: 80-120

    
281

PETER HICKS (British b.1937 - ) - Malvern Hills, watercolour, signed with initials, label for Brian Sinfield verso, 29cms x 32.5cms
Estimate: 90-130

    
282

JAN GODMAN (20th Century British) - Extensive rocky landscape, watercolour, signed , 41cms x 67cms
Estimate: 60-80

    
283

D FORROW (20th Century British) - Men with fishing boats at a small quay, ink and wash, signed, (possibly Cornwall) 25cms x 36.5cms
Estimate: 20-30

    
284

CAPTAIN A E GADD - Sailing ship Blengfell, watercolour, titled signed and dated 1956, 34cms x 50cms
Estimate: 20-40

    
285

EARLY 20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL - a set of three watercolours of woodland scenes, 18cms x 25cms, all in gilt frames (3)
Estimate: 12-20

    
286

JOHN STOPS RWA (1925 - 2002) - Wells Next the Sea, oil on artists board, signed and dated '84, inscribed on back of frame, 49cms x 59cms
Estimate: 60-80

    
287

GORDON ALLEN (modern British) - Brixham trawlers moored up off wooded coastline, oil on canvas, 39.5cms x 30cms
Estimate: 12-20

    
288

In the manner of THOMAS SYDNEY COOPER - Cattle in an extensive landscape, oil on canvas, 49cms x 59cms, in gilt gesso frame
Estimate: 70-100

    
289

19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL - Figures beside a rocky coastal path with fishing boats at sea, oil on board, unsigned, 31cms x 52.5cms in gilt gesso frame
Estimate: 30-50

    
290

An early 20th Century mantel clock in architectural oak case with detachable pediment and having arched silvered metal dial with black Roman numerals, two train movement striking on a gong, width 26cms max height 43.5cms max
Estimate: 30-40

    
291

A 1930's oak cased mantel timepiece the white enamel dial inscribed "Young & Co Exeter", having French movement, the arched case with spiral twist columns and with presentation inscription to the brass back plate, 20.5cms high
Estimate: 25-35

    
292

A late 19th Century American shelf clock by the Waterbury Clock Co, having square painted metal dial with black Roman numerals and striking on a bell, in rectangular stained wood case with glazed door, 28cms high
Estimate: 25-35

    
293

A Victorian gilt metal desk timepiece/Aneroid barometer. The barometer with Fahrenheit circular thermometer to the back, both timepiece and barometer adjustable to view, the timepiece with white enamel dial and black Roman numerals, the gilt base inscribed "VERA" with french motto to the base
Estimate: 150-200

    
294

An early 20th Century drum cased timepiece having white dial with black Roman numerals, visible escapement to the top, the brass case with applied decorative castings, pierced back cover and on low raised front supports, with key, 11.5cms high 9.5cms diam
Estimate: 45-50

    
295

A 20th Century mantel timepiece in the form of a 17th Century brass lantern clock, the traditional style case with brass chapter ring, black Roman numerals and fitted with movement inscribed "Elliott, London", with key, 26cms high max
Estimate: 50-60

    
296

A c.1930's striking and chiming mantel clock in four glass and brass case; having octagonal dial with Arabic numerals, three train movement with strike/silent and Westminster/Whittington/Winchester levers to either side, striking on rods mounted beneath the movement, 19cms high 30cms wide max 14cms deep
Estimate: 50-80

    
297

A 19th Century "Postmans Alarm" clock with moulded circular frame to the cream painted dial, having central metal alarm dial, striking on a bell mounted on top of the case and with one fir cone weight and one square shaped weight and pendulum, overall diam 29cms
Estimate: 30-50

    
298

A small early 20th Century French made alarm clock by Duverdrey & Bloquel in arched brass case and with brass dial, black Arabic numerals and subsidiary alarm dial, 8cms high
Estimate: 30-40

    
299

An Edwardian mantel timepiece having circular silver metal dial with black Arabic numerals and in inlaid mahogany case, 15cms high
Estimate: 20-30

    
300

A leather cased, brass framed carriage clock, of standard form, the white enamelled dial A/F, marked "HAMILTON & CO LTD, CALCUTTA, DELHI & SIMLA," with black Roman numerals
Estimate: 50-80

    
 
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