Date: 16th-17th June 2017 Time: 10:00 Venue: GWA

TWO DAY FINE ART & ANTIQUES AUCTION 16TH & 17TH JUNE 2017

CATALOGUE ONLINE TUESDAY 6TH JUNE 2017

Day One – Friday 16th June 2017

Lots 1-587:

1-103 Asian & Ethnic Art (no lots 104-129)

130-184 Silver (no lots 185-209)

210-224 Coins (no lots 225-229)

230-239 Militaria (240-249)

250-290 Collectables (no lots 291-361)

362-431 Sporting (no lot 432)

433-469 Whisky & Wine

470-587  Ceramics, Clocks & Decorative Arts (588-587)

 

Day Two – Saturday 17th June 2017

Lots 600-1062:

600-728 Jewellery & Watches (no lots 729-799)

800-891 Furniture & Rugs (no lots 892-919)

920-1062 Paintings, Watercolours & Prints

 

VIEWING:

Thursday 15th June    10.00am to 6.00pm
Friday 16th June         9.00am to 5.00pm
Saturday 17th June     9.00am to 10.00am

Sale commences at 10am each day

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Lot 601. An 18ct gold princess cut diamond solitaire ring

of estimated approx. 1ct. corner set in white gold to galleried mount to tapered yellow gold shank. Finger size L

Estimate: £1000-2000

 

Lot 45. A Chinese baluster vase

painted with figures beneath a pine tree and before rockwork issuing bamboo and prunus, Qianlong seal mark but later, 25cm high

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 965. ROBERT GEMMELL HUTCHISON RSA, RBA, ROI, RSW (Scottish 1855 – 1936)

BY THE MORNING LIGHT

Oil on canvas, signed, 61 x 46cm (24 x 18″)

Estimate: £4000-6000

Lot 132. An Art Nouveau WMF claret jug

the green glass body with pierced stopper and a sinuous white metal handle curving down to the base embossed with maidens amid tendrils and four lily pad feet, marked on one of the feet WMF EP AS I/O, 38.5cm high

Estimate: £300-400

Lot 153. A matched pair of Art Nouveau silver mounted photo frames

one by S Blanckensee & Sons, Chester 1909, the other by Hart & Sons, Birmingham 1909, each of rectangular form with raised flowerheads enamelled in rich blue and green, sinuous tendrils, beaded borders and blank cartouche with oak easel back plates, 24 x 17cm, the rectangular aperture 14 x 9.5cm (2)

Estimate: £800-1200

Lot 47. A Chinese hexagonal bowl

the exterior painted with panels of buddhistic lions, birds, butterflies, flowers and foliage above a blue and gilt lined band of scrolling foliage, Tongzhi seal mark, 17.5cm wide, wood stand

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 475. A 19th century Berlin KPM porcelain plaque

of rectangular form, finely painted with a maiden being kissed by a cherub (possibly Cupid and Psyche) surrounded by clouds, unsigned, with impressed marks K.P.M 255 195, other marks and a partial paper label, unframed, 19cm x 25.3cm

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 133. A Victorian silver and silver gilt centrepiece

unclear maker’s marks, probably Stephen Smith and William Nicholson, London 1862, the central pillar modelled as a spiralling leafy stem with a sheep and two lambs gamboling below with naturalistic base, on foliate and scrolling base, the pierced top basket with cut glass bowl, 35oz, 26cm high

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 137. A Russian silver and enamel goblet

of tapering cylindrical form on convex pedestal base, decorated with raised circular and inverted teardrop plaques with foliate scrolls, the enamel in shades of white, blue, green, yellow, red and purple, with matching saucer, each piece marked AC1894, 84, MC and the city mark, the goblet 13.5cm high, the saucer 12cm diameter (2)

Estimate: £600-800

L0t 452. Glenmorangie 1971 Culloden Bottle

produced in association with The National Museums of Scotland. Bottled 25th October 1995, bottle no. 2138. 70cl, 43% volume, in wooden box with card sleeve

Estimate: £250-350

Lot 966. NORAH NEILSON GRAY RSW (Scottish 1882 – 1931)

PORTRAIT OF MRS A.J. FLEMING AND HER DAUGHTER MORAGH

Oil on canvas, signed, 127 x 102cm (50 x 40″)

Inscribed with title on Artist’s label verso

Estimate: £3000-5000

Lot 145. A silver menorah

by Garland & Co. Limited, London 1912, the stepped central column with four swivelling branches and eight candle sconces, one central sconce and a Star of David surmount, 41cm high, 43oz

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 149. A novelty silver pepperette

probably by Thomas Johnson II, London 1882, realistically cast as a chick, 8cm high, 5oz

Estimate: £200-300

L0t 626. An Alexander Ritchie silver and enamel pendant

known as the Nunnery Cross, it is enamelled in turquoise and cobalt blue to the knotwork design, with Birmingham hallmarks for 1933, stamped A.R. ICA Iona, dimensions 5.2cm x 2.8cm

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 968. JACK HOGGAN (Scottish b. 1951)

THE LADY BATHER

Oil on canvas board, signed, 49.5 x 39.5cm (19 1/2 x 15 1/2″)

Note: Jack Hoggan is the name Jack Vettriano went by at the beginning of his career

Estimate: £3000-5000

Lot 161. An impressive Victorian three piece silver tea service

by D C Rait & Sons, Goldsmiths to the Queen, Glasgow 1875, comprising; teapot, sugar bowl and cream jug, decorated in the Renaissance style, 48oz, 21cm high and smaller together with a similarly decorated EPNS kettle on stand, kettle 35cm high, with stand 45cm (4)

Estimate: £600-800

Lot 253. A fruit wood box, modelled as a pear

10cm high

Estimate: £80-120

Lot 255. A 19th Century Continental ivory and walnut inlaid folding games box

with ebony inlaid swags, 46cm (18″) wide and a set of 20th Century carved chess pieces and draughts

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 261. Two Louis Vuitton Keepalls

in used condition, the largest 60cm wide, the other 50cm wide (2)

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 262. A Franke & Heidecke Rolleflex dual lens camera

in fitted case

Estimate: £250-350

Lot 267. An enamel British Railway Totem Scottish Region excess luggage badge by J. R. Gaunt London

and a similar Ticket Collector example (2)

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 838. A mahogany triple pillar D-end dining table

with central section and two spare leaves, the baluster turned pillars on fluted splayed legs with brass hairy paw and castors, 368.5m wide x 123cm deep x 77cm high

Estimate: £800-1000

Lot 274. A Survey of Persian Art from Prehistoric Times to The Present

Arthur Upham Pope & Phyllis Ackermann, London: Oxford University Press, 1938-39. 6 volumes, 2° (375 x 288mm), titles printed in blue and black, 1,482 half-tone plates, illustrations, blue buckram gilt (three with paper dust-jackets) (6)

Estimate: £800-1200

Lot 136. Three novelty silver mushrooms

by Christopher Nigel Lawrence, London 1980 (2) and 1981, the removable caps revealing elves and fairies performing various duties including decorating a Christmas tree, carving and polishing a decorative agate egg and watering a flower, each on slate base, 14cm high and 13cm high (3)

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 258. First Man on the Moon by Gene Farmer & Dora Jane Hamblin

1970, 1st edition, the book signed by Neil Armstrong and Patrick Moore, published by Little, Brown & Company, in dust jacket

Estimate: £500-700

Lot 162. A Scottish silver scoop / cream skimmer

by Hamilton and Inches, Edinburgh 1910, with a wooden baluster handle, length 29.5cm, approx. total weight 6oz

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 275. A carved, possibly Mauchline Ware, skeleton head jar and cover

the head surmounted by a figure of a frog, the face with intertwined carved cobra, 14cm high Estimate: £80-120

Lot 370. A Victorian silver and enamel vesta case

by Sampson Mordan & Co., London 1890, of rectangular form the hinged lid enamelled with a scene of a 19th Century golfer in traditional dress at the top of his swing, the reverse inscribed G.S. MacKay, 5.8cm x 3.2cm

Estimate: £500-800

Lot 277.

A large oak and brass ships wheel removed from HMS Carrick

120cm diameter

Originally this wheel belonged to HMS Carrick, which was then, in 1923, the Drill Ship for the Clyde Division of the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve at Greenock Great Harbour. It may well have been the wheel from the City of Adelaide. It was also the wheel fitted to the RNVR Club ship SV Carrick and which as many Glaswegian’s will remember at Christmas, the wheel was lit up with coloured light bulbs

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 517. Eric Ravilious (1903-1942) for Wedgwood Boat Race bowl

the interior decorated with a scene of Piccadilly Circus at night, the sides with three successive scenes from the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, and a mermaid with oars as a smaller design, 13.5cm high x 31cm diameter, Limited Edition issued in 1975, number 14/200 with certificate and box

Estimate: £500-800

Lot 803. A Japanese painted wood temple panel

deeply carved and pierced with birds and amongst blossoming branches, 167cm high x 75cm wide

Estimate: £800-1200

Lot 383. Third Lanark F.C.: A collection of match programmes, cigarette cards and black and white press photographs

including Third Lanark v. Hibernian, 19/9/59, 28/12/63, Third Lanark v. Aberdeen, 19/1/63, Third Lanark v. Hearts, Scottish League Cup final, 24/10/59, (punch holes), Baines Third Lanark card, blazer badge etc (a lot)

Estimate: £150-200

Lot 556. Jean Marie J. Magrou (1869-1945) A bronze sculpture ‘Hercules fights the lion’

with verdigris patination, on veined black marble base, marked Jean Magrou Bronze Veritable, 78cm long

Estimate: £700-1000

Lot 388. A silver and enamel Reg King Challenge Belt

the leather belt bearing twenty-four various silver or white-metal circular plaques, seventeen inscribed with previous winners from the early 1950s to mid 1960s, in wooden presentation case

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 56. A Chinese Government 5% cent Reorganisation gold loan of 1913

for £25,000,000 Sterling, Bond for £100, number 810781

Estimate: £100-200

Lot 152.

An early George I silver teapot

probably by John Mettlesone, Edinburgh 1717, of bullet shape with foliate engraved border, the removable cover with ball finial, the acanthus decorated handle detached at the top, the spout showing signs of repair (a sleeve), the body bearing the inscription “Presented to Mrs Fraser of the Bank of Scotland on the day of her marriage 30th June 1763 by Walter Ferguson Esq W. S. and used by her for 60 years” 14cm high, 17oz

Estimate: £500-700

Lot 396. A blue Scotland v. Wales International shirt

with button-up collar and embroidered cloth badge inscribed S v W, 1936-1937

The above shirt was worn by James Simpson in the International match against Wales, in the match played on 2nd December 1936 at Dens Park Dundee, Wales defeated Scotland 2-1

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 612. An 18ct gold open face pocket watch

with floral engraved case, dated 1869-70 London, with white enamel dial, black Roman numerals with a subsidiary seconds dial, diamond set fly wheel and flower engraved movement. Diameter 50mm weight approx 132.5gms including mechanism

Estimate: £1100-1200

Lot 960. BET LOW ARSA, RSW, RGI (Scottish 1924 – 2007)

NO 2 SUN AND HILLS IN MIST

Watercolour, signed, 49 x 36cm (19 1/4 x 14)

Compass Gallery label verso

Estimate: £500-800

Lot 403.

A green Celtic 2004 Scottish Cup Final short-sleeved shirt

No.19 with crew-neck collar and embroidered badge inscribed Tennent’s Scottish Cup, The Final 2004, The Celtic Football Club 1888, the reverse lettered Petrov, one sleeve with Tennent’s Scottish Cup flash

The above shirt was worn by Stiliyan Petrov in the 2004 Scottish Cup final, in the match played on 22nd May 2004 at Hampden Park, Celtic defeated Dunfermline 3-1

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 473. A Lenci ‘Amore Paterno’ model of a father and child, by Sandro Vacchetti (1889 – 1974)

inscribed Essevi and with black painted Lenci mark, made in Italy Torino and Roman numerals V-XII, 17cm high

Estimate: £600-800

Lot 443. Five bottles of champagne

comprising: Moet & Chandon Dom Perignon 1971, Moet & Chandon 1980, Laurent Perrier 1979, Laurent Perrier 1978 in presentation case with glasses and Charles Heidsieck 1966 (5)

Estimate: £150-200

Lot 450. Two bottles of Glenmorangie 10 year old Grand Slam Dram

bottled to celebrate the famous 1990 Scotland Rugby Grand Slam Victory. Rear label includes a facsimile of the team signatures together with the scores for each match, each 75cl, 40% vol (2)

Estimate: £100-150

Lot 967. JOHN LOWRIE MORRISON OBE (Scottish b. 1948)

STORM ISLAND FROM IONA

Oil on board, signed and dated (19)99, 22 x 22cm (8 1/2 x 8 1/2″)

Signed, dated (19)99 and inscribed with title on Artist’s label verso

Estimate: £600-900

Lot 454. A Salmanazar Moet & Chandon Champagne

900cl

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 380. A silver propelling corkscrew modelled as golf clubs in detachable bag

Birmingham, 1962, 6cm long, 9cm extended

Estimate: £80-120

Lot 462. Lagavulin Pure Islay Malt 12 year old

75%, 26 2/3 fl.ozs, label creased and torn

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 472. Attributed to Roland Paris – a pair of cold painted bronze and ivory jester bookends

one modelled seated with a double pointed hat and owl on his knee, the other with a tall top hat with a song bird on his knee, both mounted on marble bases, approx 16cm and 17cm high (lacking marble back plates) (2)

Estimate: £300-400

Lot 389. A life size John McEnroe advertising figure, promoting the Dunlop Maxply Fort tennis racket

the folding cardboard figure 72” high, an unused Dunlop Maxply Fort tennis racket, unused Dunlop McEnroe Junior tennis racket both with head covers and two further head covers (5)

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 259. A brass microscope stamped J. Swift & Son

another stamped T.W. Watson, London, and another marked Praxis, 39cm high and smaller, and accessories

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 474. A Lenci model of a flower girl by Sandro Vacchetti (1889 – 1974)

with black painted Lenci mark, made in Italy Torino and numbers 5.XII,  20.3cm high

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 481. A Clement Massier pottery charger

with tubelined decoration of a cockatiel in a fruiting chestnut tree, upon an amber coloured ground, signed Walter, 59.5cm diameter

Estimate: £250-350

L0t 486. An Arts and Crafts Glasgow School silvered white metal tray by Margaret Gilmour (1860 – 1942)

of oval shape with straight ends, decorated with intertwining Celtic knotwork with peacock heads, monogrammed MG, 28cm high x 53.8cm wide

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 408. A blue Rangers v. Hearts 1996 Scottish Cup Final short-sleeved shirt

No.9, with v-neck collar and embroidered badge, inscribed RFC, Tennents Scottish Cup Final 1996

The above shirt was worn by Ian Ferguson in the 1996 Scottish Cup final, in the match played on 18th May 1996 at Hampden, Rangers defeated Hearts 5-1

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 505. A French gilt metal and porcelain clock garniture by Gantier, Paris

the Sevres style turquoise porcelain painted with figures in landscapes, in the 18th Century style, the clock with putti painted panel, flanked by a pair of twin sconce candelabra with central flame finial, the dial and movement marked Gantier a Paris, clock 35cm high (3)

Estimate: £200-400

Lot 381. A 9ct gold and enamel Scottish Junior football medal

the obverse inscribed Scottish Junior Football Association, the reverse inscribed Winners, Petershill F.C., F Blanchflower, 1911-12 and another 9ct gold and enamel medal, the reverse inscribed M.C.A, Won By Petershill F.C., 1912, F. Blanchflower (2)

It is believed that the above was related to Danny Blanchflower

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 1006. JAMES CAMPBELL NOBLE RSA (Scottish 1845 – 1913)

A BUSY DUTCH ESTUARY

Oil on canvas, 63.5 x 76.5cm (25 x 30″)

Estimate: £800-1200

Lot 512. A Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars, A ‘Drunken Bricklayer’ vase

textured glass in kingfisher colourway, pattern 9673, 21cm high

Estimate: £150-180

Lot 516. A James Macintyre and Son Florian Ware ‘Poppy’ vase designed by William Moorcroft

the footed baluster vase with flaring neck with tubelined decoration in shades of blue, with printed marks and green signed signature to base, 30cm high

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 377. An early brass-headed Sunday club /walking stick

with wood inset, another brass-headed smooth-faced Sunday club and a Ping Cushin putter by Karsten MFG Corp, Phoenix, Arizona (3)

Estimate: £120-180

Lot 523. A Henri Bouilhet for Christofle, France ‘Geometrie’ silver plated teaservice

circa 1970, each piece of square section comprising; a teapot and coffee pot, sugar bowl and two milk jugs, each marked Christofle France Coll-Gallia, teapot with paper label marked Geometrie and price of 700 L, coffee pot 20.5cm high (5)

Estimate: £200-400

Lot 547. A 19th century brass skeleton clock of York Minister

with chain driven movement, with retailer’s plaque for A.M***** Blackpool, upon slate base, 58cm high

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 465. Thirteen various bottles of red wine

including Chateau Calon-Segue 1937, Chateau Pichon Longueville 1934, two bottles, Chateau Latour 1960 etc (13)

Estimate: £150-200

Lot 604. A rare silver Iain MacCormick silver and enamel brooch

depicting ‘Balora the mermaid of Staffa’ enamelled in shades of turquoise and sea green, stamped IMC Iona, C-A (Celtic Arts) and J. Mc G & Son Rg No. 766278, diameter 49mm

Estimate: £100-200

Lot 487. A Glasgow School Arts and Crafts silvered metal wall charger

attributed to Margaret Gilmour, of circular form with a band of intertwining Glasgow style roses and foliage on a hammered ground, 73.5cm diameter

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 963. GEORGE LESLIE HUNTER (Scottish 1877 – 1931)

COTTAGES, FIFE

Pen and ink, signed, 24 x 30.5cm (9 1/2 x 12″))

Estimate: £600-800

Lot 545. Jessie M King (1875-1949) A pottery mug

hand painted with stylised floral and foliate decoration, in shades of blue, yellow, red and green, with painted JMK, rabbit and gate mark to base, 11cm high

Estimate: £250-350

L0t 618. A gents Omega Seamaster Professional Chronometer

in stainless steel, with black dial wave textured dial, white dot and baton numerals

Estimate: £800-1200

Lot 964. HAMISH MACDONALD DA, PAI (Scottish 1935 – 2008)

WINTER LANDSCAPE

Gouache, signed, 52 x 59cm (20 1/2 x 23″)

Estimate: £700-1000

Lot 629. An 18ct gold emerald and diamond ring

the oval mixed cut emerald is surrounded by estimated approximately 0.50cts of brilliant cut diamonds to galleried setting with fleur de lys topped shoulders, finger size P

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 630. A five stone diamond ring

of estimated approx 1.20cts combined, in white metal galleried clawed setting to a tapered yellow metal shank, finger size M

Estimate: £600-800

 

Lot 633. An opal and diamond Edwardian pendant brooch

set with old brilliant cut diamonds to the leaf and flower design, with a loop that the hanging bail would be attached to, approx diameter, 3.7cm, together with a smaller opal set brooch, one opal (af) diameter 3.3cm both made in bright yellow metal

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 24. A Chinese hardstone mutton fat carving of a recumbent deer

5.5cm wide

Estimate:£300-500

Lot 635. A suite of hardstone cameos in original box

the largest central pendant brooch is mounted in bright yellow metal with a locket back, the intaglio is framed with a row of split pearls with three further split pearls to the hanging loop, the cameo carved with a Medieval maiden, the maiden is mirrored by the same image in the smaller cameos, both of which are now small brooches but would have been earrings to match the brooch the clue is in the original fitted box. Large pendant brooch length 6cm, smaller brooches 2.3cm

Estimate: £600-1000

Lot 609. A 9ct rose gold double Albert chain with heraldic fob seal

the chain has been hallmarked 375 9 to every link and the ‘T’ bar, the decorative yellow metal fob seal is not hallmarked and is set with a heraldic carved carnelian intaglio approx. dimensions of fob seal 4cm x 2.5cm, approx weight of chain and seal 75.5gms, length of chains from ‘T’ bar 46cm

Estimate: £600-800

Lot 807. A Victorian rosewood and boxwood inlaid ladies writing desk

fitted with a pair of hinged stationery doors divided by a drawer and joined by a brass rail with urn finials above a leather skiver and single drawer on square tapering legs, 99cm wide x 57cm deep x 96cm high

Estimate: £200-400

L0t 613. A string of opal beads

interspaced with clear glass beads, largest opal bead approx 9.8mm smallest approx 3.8mm, length as strung with silver gem set clasp 39cm Estimate: £300-400

Lot 820. A Scottish 19th Century giltwood pier glass

with heavily carved scrolling foliage, bears makers label verso, Ciceri A Pini, Carvers and Gilders, Leith Street, Edinburgh, 220cm high c 172cm wide

Estimate:  £400-600

Lot 816. A Victorian mahogany twin pedestal writing desk

with red and gilt skiver above five drawers divided by a carved scroll frieze and on a plinth base, 136cm wide x 61cm deep x 77cm high

Estimate: £200-400

Lot 827. A 19th Century oak dresser

the three tier plate rack with overhanging cornice above a row of three drawers above two cupboard doors and three central drawers on bracket feet, 167cm wide x 49cm deep x 215cm high

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 832. An Edwardian four storey doll’s house

painted black, red and green with three attic windows above three shuttered windows above a balcony with a pair of doors and central window above the central door, flanked by two windows and with four windows to each side, 131cm wide x 51cm deep x 152cm high

Estimate: £200-400

Lot 835. A painted pine rocking horse

of traditional form on a curved pine base with turned ends (restored), 216cm wide x 34cm broad x 126cm high

Estimate: £200-400

Lot 840. A set of thirteen Regency style mahogany dining chairs

with moulded top rails above pierced horizontal splats with central carved floral paterae on reeded supports, drop in seats and square tapering legs (13)

Estimate: £600-800

Lot 923. PATRICK DOWNIE RSW (Scottish 1854 – 1945)

IONA CATHEDRAL BEFORE RESTORATION

Signed, oil on board, 24 x 34cm (9 1/2 x 13 1/4″)

Inscribed with title verso

Estimate: £150-250

Lot 930. PETER HOWSON OBE (Scottish b. 1958)

DANCE FRENZY

Gouache with oil on paper, 25 x 19cm (9 3/4 x 7 1/2″)

William Hardie Limited label verso

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 944. ROGER HALL (British 1914 – after 2005)

ORIGINAL ARTWORK FOR THE BOOK – ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON BY BARBARA BRILL

Gouache with watercolour on board, each signed verso, each board 26 x 18cm (10 1/4 x 7) (26)

Note – Accompanying this lot is a copy of Robert Louis Stevenson by Barbara Brill published by Ladybird Books Ltd 1975, signed by Henry W. Hall and Roger Hall, a copy of ‘The past comes to life  in the LADYBIRD History Series’ (initialled R.H.) and a signed letter from Barbara Brill to Roger Hall

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 957. ROBERT WATSON (Scottish fl. 1890 – 1912)

RIVER CROSSING IN THE GLEN

Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1904, 41 x 61cm (16 x 24″)

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 961. TOM DODSON (British 1910 – 1991)

BACK STREET GAMBLERS

Oil on board, signed and dated 1978, 44 x 34cm (17 1/4 x 13 1/4″)

Estimate: £600-800

Lot 834. A Victorian mahogany framed curved back settee

carved with foliate scroll ends and on baluster feet with brass castors, 221cm wide x 70cm deep x 100cm high

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 822. A Victorian oak bracket clock

by John Boyd, Glasgow, the brass and silvered dial with masks and foliate scrolls, chiming on eight bells and chiming on four gongs, chime/silent dial, slow and fast dial within a heavy architectural brass mounted case on a pedestal case with panelled door and spreading plinth base, the clock 85cm high, the case 125cm high

Estimate: £600-900

Lot 969. JACK HOGGAN (Scottish b. 1951)

THE MUSSEL GATHERERS

Oil on canvas board, signed, 37 x 29.5cm (14 1/2 x 11 /1/2″)

Note: Jack Hoggan is the name Jack Vettriano went by at the beginning of his career

Estimate: £1500-2500

Lot 971. PIERRE DE CLAUSADE (French 1910 – 1976)

SUR LE COTE (BRETAGNE)

Oil on canvas, signed, 54 x 73cm (21 1/4 x 28 3/4″)

Inscribed with title on labels verso

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 1007. ROBERT WEIR ALLAN RSA, RWS, RSW, NEAC (Scottish 1852 – 1942)

MENTON – FRANCE

Watercolour, signed, 51 x 74cm (20 x 29″)

Highgate Gallery label verso

Estimate: £600-800

Lot 973. IAIN MACNAB PROI, RE (Scottish 1890 – 1960)

DRYING SAILS, LAKE GARDA

Woodcut, signed, inscribed with title and numbered 43/50, 21.5 x 19cm (8 1/2 x 7 1/2″)

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 999. CONRAD THEYS (South African b. 1940)

LABOURERS’ HOUSES

Pastel, signed and dated 1998, 25.5 x 31cm (10 x 12 1/4″)

Estimate: £200-400

Lot 1005. WILLIAM MILLER FRAZER RSA (Scottish 1864 – 1961)

DRIVING SHEEP

Oil on canvas, signed, 50 x 61cm (19 1/2 x 24″)

Estimate: £1000-1500

Lot 1009. MARY GALLAGHER (Scottish b. 1953)

ROSES IN A MILK JUG

Acrylic on board, signed, 25 x 21cm (10 x 8 1/4″)

Signed and inscribed with title verso

Estimate: £200-400

Lot 4. A Chinese silver baluster teapot

decorated with bamboo all-over, stamped marks, Woshing, 22cm high, 28oz

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 9. A Chinese bronze model of a boy

standing with his hand held out and holding a leaf, standing on a textured mound base, seal mark to base, 41cm high

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 12. A Japanese ivory shibiyama style miniature table cabinet

inlaid and onlaid with abalone shell, with a pair of sliding doors and vertical drawer above a pair of drawers on scroll feet, 12.5cm high x 11cm wide x 4.2cm deep

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 1027. HELEN FAY (British b. 1968)

TREE KANGAROO

Etching, signed, dated (20)00, inscribed with title and numbered 5/35

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 17. A pair of Chinese blue and white ginger jars and domed covers

painted with family groups in fenced gardens around tables set with vases and calligraphy and beside rockwork and foliage within foliate bands, four character marks, 26cm high, wood stands (2)

Estimate: £600-800

Lot 1030. BETTY M STIRLING (Scottish 1915 – 1985)

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING SAUCHIEHALL STREET

Oil on board, signed, 14.5 x 19.5cm (5 3/4 x 7 3/4″)

Inscribed with title verso

Estimate: £100-200

Lot 27. A Japanese cloisonné baluster vase

decorated with birds amongst flowering branches above numerous floral species on a black ground, 24.5cm high

Estimate: £200-300