Date: 24th-25th March 2021 Time: 10:00 Venue: GWA

24th & 25th MARCH 2021: ONLINE, ABSENTEE & TELEPHONE BIDDING ONLY*

ENTRIES STILL INVITED

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DAY ONE – WEDNESDAY 24TH MARCH

Lots TBC

Asian – Commences 12:30pm

Ceramics, Clocks & Decorative Arts

Collectables & Books

Sporting Memorabilia

Whisky, Wine & Champagne

 

DAY TWO – THURSDAY 25TH MARCH

Lots TBC

Jewellery – Commences 10am

Watches

Silver

Militaria

Paintings, Watercolours & Prints – Commences 12 noon approximately 

Furniture will be sold on DAY ONE – Wednesday 24th March 2021.

  1. A SUBSTANTIAL ART DECO DIAMOND DOUBLE CLIP BROOCH

with stylized feather design, craftsman made, to convert into two dress clips. set with estimated approx 6.3cts, of old brilliant cuts and baguette cut diamonds, the two largest are 0.50cts each. Dimensions 6.7cm x 4.4cm. Weight 37.7gms

£3000-5000

  1. A SUBSTANTIAL OLD CUT DIAMOND RING

the dimensions of the principle diamond are estimated approximately 2.24cts, with further old cuts and baguettes, taking the total diamond weight to 2.50cts, set throughout in un hallmarked white metal, finger size T, weight 4.5gms

£4000-6000

  1. JOHN BELLANY CBE, RA, HRSA, LLD (LON) (SCOTTISH 1942-2013)

THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA

Watercolour, signed, 76 x 56cm (30 x 22″)

£2000-3000

  1. SIX BOXED ROYAL WORCESTER DEMITASSE CUPS AND SAUCERS

each painted with fruit and signed by Ricketts, F. Harper, T. Lockyer, and W. Hart, all with date mark for 1918, together with six silver spoons by Henry James Hulbert

£600-1000

  1. A CHINESE BALUSTER VASE

painted with a group of figures of ladies and children in a garden, the neck with a pheonix and above panels of fruit and flowers, six character mark, 31.5cm high

£400-600

  1. A LADIES ROLEX OYSTER PERPETUAL DATE JUST

with classic stainless steel and gold body and strap. Gold coloured dial with luminous baton numerals, hands, and date aperture. Diameter of the case 2.5cm, length of bracelet 17.5cm, weight including mechanism 79.5gms. Together with pale green plush interior, green leatherette box with outer cardboard case, swing tag, guarantee card and booklets

£3000-5000

  1. SCOTTISH SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY)

CARGO SHIP IN DOCK

Oil on board,106 x 81cm (42 x 32″)

£200-300

  1. AN 18CT GOLD THREE STONE GYPSY RING

set with estimated approx combined 1.10cts of old cut diamonds,finger size Q1/2, weight 8.4gms

£800-1000

  1. AN 18K GOLD LADIES DIAMOND SET CORUM WRISTWATCH

with gold coloured Corum logo dial, and gold coloured hands, the rounded cornered square bezel pave set with eight cut diamonds, and a diamond set winder. Dimensions of the case 2.6cm x 2.8cm, weight including mechanism and black leather strap with gold plated Inox buckle, 29.3gms

£500-800

  1. A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SCROLL BACK SETTEE

the back rail with shield and scroll medallion, flanked by scroll arms, with carved foliage and on heavy turned baluster legs with brass castors, 96cm high, 221cm wide and 68cm deep

£300-400

  1. A PROVINCIAL SILVER THREE-PIECE TEA SERVICE

by John Robertson II and John Walton, Newcastle 1816, of rounded rectangular form with chased foliate decoration, scrolling handle with shell thumbpiece on four ball feet, each piece with twin cartouche, one monogrammed “ML”, the teapot 16cm high, 969gms total weight

  1. AN 18CT WHITE GOLD DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING

the main diamond is estimated approximately to be just over two carats, with dimensions of 7.98mm x 8.00mm x 5.02mm, in classic four claw setting. The tapered shoulders further set with diamond accents, finger size N1/2, weight 3.2gms

 

£5500-6500

 

  1. A VICTORIAN WALNUT CANTERBURY

the three divisions within ring turned baluster pillars above a drawer and on baluster legs and brass castors ,51cm high, 49cm wide and 37cm deep

£100-200

 

  1. AN 18CT GOLD FOB CHAIN BRACELET

together with the extra chain and hallmarked links. All links hallmarked with a crown and ’18’ dated Birmingham 1920-1 to the ‘T’bar link. Length of the lobster claw section with ‘T’ bar 22.5cm, additional length of chain 15cm, total weight combined 87.5gms

£1400-2000

  1. A SITZENDORF FIGURE OF NAPOLEON CROSSING THE ALPS

modelled on horseback on a naturalistic base, printed mark to base, 40cm high, together with another Sitzendorf model of Napoleon standing, 24cm high (2)

£150-200

  1. A 20TH CENTURY EIGHT-DRAWER COLLECTORS CABINET

with with spiral decoration and brass inset carry handles 61cm high x 41cm wide

£100-200

  1. JACQUES ANTOINE THEODORE COINCHON (FRENCH, 1814-81)

Alexander killing the lion, signed and indistinctly inscribed round the oval base, 32cm high

£200-400

  1. A ROYAL CROWN DERBY PORCELAIN TWO HANDLED VASE

of bottle form, the cream glazed body with blue and gilt decoration of an iris and fern fronds, printed mark to base, made for Tiffany & Co New York, 29cm high

£100-150

  1. A 14K GOLD AMETHYST AND PEARL BANGLE

of open woven design with box clasp, set with pearshaped amethysts of approx 10mm x 7mm, each pearl approx 2.5mm. Inner dimensions 5.6cm x 4.8cm, weight 27.6cm

£200-400

  1. AN OAK AND MARQUETRY COFFER

the hinged top above a band of inlaid scrolling foliage, flanked by portrait busts above three carved arches with cherubs, scrolls and geometric panels divided by fluted pillars and on block feet,66cm high, 147cm wide and 59cm deep

£300-500

  1. A PROVINCIAL SILVER THREE-PIECE TEA SERVICE

by John Robertson II and John Walton, Newcastle 1816, of rounded rectangular form with chased foliate decoration, scrolling handle with shell thumbpiece on four ball feet, each piece with twin cartouche, one monogrammed “ML”, the teapot 16cm high, 969gms total weight

£400-600

  1. BRITISH SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY)

PORTRAIT OF A SEATED LADY WITH PEARL NECKLACE HOLDING A FAN

Oil on canvas, 113 x 91.5cm (44 1/2 x 36″)

£300-500

  1. A 20TH CENTURY WOOD AND PAINTED GYPSY CARAVAN

with fitted interior, 53cm high x 61cm long

£80-120

  1. A GEORGIAN HALLEY’S COMET BROOCH

set with foiled back garnets in cut back closed settings, dimensions 23mm x 10mm, weight 1.8gms

£150-250

  1. BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)

PORTRAIT OF A KNIGHT OF THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR (Possibly The 1st Earl of Rosslyn)

Oil on canvas, 112 x 94cm (44 x 37″)

£400-600

  1. AN 18TH CENTURY IRISH SILVER WINE CUP

by Thomas Jones (probably), Dublin 1765, of goblet form with fruit and vine embossed decoration, scrolling handle with thumbpiece and cartouche inscribed “Presented to T. B. Granger from his aunt Louisa Granger 1878”, 16vm high, 340gms

£500-700

  1. JOEL KIRK (BRITISH B. 1948)

CHEETAH AND CUBS

Pastel, signed, 58.5 x 78.5cm (23 x 31″)

£200-300

  1. JAMES WATT RSW, RGI (SCOTTISH B. 1931)

SNOW CLOUDS, ARRAN

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

Signed, inscribed title and dated December 1976 on frame verso

£300-500

  1. A LARGE CANTON FAMILLE ROSE BOWL

painted with numerous figures of mandarins and warriors divided by precious objects, beneath a broad band of vignettes with figures, insects, flowers, fruit and foliage ,above a gilt key pattern foot rim, 40cm diameter

£300-500

  1. AN EDWARDIAN PERIDOT AND PEARL PENDANT BROOCH

mounted throughout in bright yellow metal, dimensions of the pendant 4.9cm x 2.3cm, length of 9ct gold vintage chain 45cm, weight 8gms Together with a 15ct gold pearl set brooch approx diameter of the side pearls 5.8mm, middle pearl 4.9mm, weight 3gms

£180-280

  1. A SILVER TEAPOT

possibly by Charles Corrin, London 1833, of melon shape with scrolling handle with thumbpiece, 10cm high, 339gms

£200-300

  1. ALBERT THEER (AUSTRIAN 1815-1902)

PORTRAIT OF JUNGEN HERRN

Oil on canvas, signed, inscribed ‘Wien’ and dated 1843, 74 x 59cm (29 x 23 1/4″)

£500-700

  1. A BOXED SET OF ASPREY SHIRT STUDS AND LINKS

set with onyx with diamond elements, size of the head of the cufflinks, 11mm x 11mm, combined weight 16.4gms, weight with box 85.9gms

£500-600

  1. A GEORGIAN OAK CHEST ON CHEST

the dentil cornice above a fretwork band with three short and three long drawers, the base with brush slide above three graduating drawers and on bracket feet, 185cm high, 111cm wide and 54cm deep

£200-400

  1. FRED CRAYK (SCOTTISH B. 1952)

SCHEME

Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1992 verso, 91.5 x 106cm (36 x 42″)

£200-400

  1. A DANISH STYLE MID CENTURY TEAK SIDEBOARD,

with four central drawers flanked by two sliding doors on shaped legs, 73cm high x 209cm wide x 46cm deep

£200-400

  1. A CHINESE EXPORT SILVER LOBED VASE

decorated with a dragon ,bird, irises, chrysanthemum, bamboo and blossom ,stamped WH Wang Hing, 9.5cm high, 187 grams

£100-200

  1. A CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN PLATE

painted with Ganymede and Zeus as an eagle within a floral painted border, 40cm diameter, unsigned

Provenance: The Late Dr Helen. E. C. Cargill Thompson

£100-150

  1. A SILVER CADDY SPOON

by Henderson & Homer Bros., Glasgow 1939, the spade shaped bowl embossed with a scene from Tam O’Shanter, the stem finial with a bust of Robert Burns, 8cm long

£50-70

  1. PETER HOWSON OBE (SCOTTISH B. 1958)

HALF LENGTH MALE PORTRAIT STUDY

Ink and wash on paper, signed and dated (19)97, 23 x 16cm (9 x 6 1/4″)

£200-300

  1. A CASED SET OF EIGHT NOVELTY SILVER PLACECARD HOLDERS

by Albert Edward Jones, Birmingham 1989, modelled as foxes heads, each 1.8cm wide, 149gms total

£100-200

  1. OLIVIA BROWN – A CERAMIC SCULPTURE OF A BULLDOG

modelled in a sitting position, 40cm high, label to base

Provenance: The Late Dr Helen. E. C. Cargill Thompson

£100-150

  1. AUGUSTUS EDWIN JOHN RA, RP, NEA (BRITISH 1878-1961)

MOTHER AND CHILD FRIGHTENED BY A DOG

Pen and ink, 9.5 x 9.5cm (3 3/4 x 3 3/4″)

Cyril Gerber Fine Art and Gerald M. Norman Gallery labels verso

£250-350

  1. JAMES WATT RSW, RGI (SCOTTISH B. 1931)

WINTER CAIRNCURRAN

Oil on canvas board, signed, 12 x 23.5cm (4 3/4 x 9 1/4″)

Inscribed with title verso

£200-300

  1. A SILVER HOT WATER JUG

by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1896, modelled as an oil can with hinged cover with thumbpierce and scrolling handle, 14cm high, 307gms

£100-150

  1. A DAVID ANDERSEN SILVER AND ENAMEL BROOCH ‘SPRING’ COLOURWAY

this is from the ‘large’ series of Four Seasons brooches designed by Thorbjorn Lie-Jorgensen in the 1960’s for David Andersen. Dimensions 6.1cm x 3.7cm. This is together with a classic Willie Winnaess double leaf design silver bracelet in yellow enamel length 17.5cm, weight 40.2gms

£150-250

  1. ATTRIBUTED TO JAMES MORRISON RSA, RSW (SCOTTISH 1932-2020)

FARMLAND

Ink and gouache, 25.5 x 53cm (10 x 21″)

£150-250

  1. A 14K GOLD NECKLACE

with textured and shiny fancy links, main links approx dimensions 9.5mm x 9.5mm, length 45.5cm, weight 35.3gms

£460-560

  1. A SILVER TROPHY EWER

by Peter and Anne Bateman, London 1793 of baluster form with slender neck and scrolling ivory handle, the body embossed with fruit and vines with twin cartouche, one monogrammed “SL” the other inscribed “The Corbampton Cup the gift of R King – Wyndman won by Octoroon May 8th 1873”, 32cm high, 794gms

£800-1200

  1. A LEGRAS VASE

the white and blue mottled body with band of fan like decoration, 26cm high, signed

£100-200

  1. A 15CT GOLD TWO TONE FOB CHAIN

the white metal probably platinum, with two clasps and ‘T’ bar, length 39cm, weight 24.6gms

£400-500

  1. A JAPANESE MARQUETRY BOX

inlaid with geometric foliate panels, with bronze bail handle above three drawers, fitted with nut shaped handles, 17cm high, 14cm wide and 14.5cm deep

Provenance: The Late Dr Helen. E. C. Cargill Thompson

£100-200

  1. A BRIGHT YELLOW METAL PEARL HEART SHAPED PENDANT

set with a green glass heart, surrounded with a halo of split pearls and surmounted with a bow, dimensions of the pendant 4.6cm x 2.3cm, weight 7.4gms

£100-200

  1. TOMSON LAING (SCOTTISH FL. 1890-1904)

AT THE SMITHY

Oil on canvas, signed, 61 x 51cm (24 x 20″)

£200-300

  1. A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED CENTREPIECE THREE-LIGHT CANDELABRA

the knopped ball stem supported by three stylised figures of dolphins, 36cm high

£200-300

  1. A LATE 19TH CENTURY BREVETE GILT METAL AND PORCELAIN CASED CIRCULAR CLOCK

the blue ground with raised gilded decoration of flowers, foliage and insects, the glazed enamel chapter ring with Arabic numerals and fretwork centre, the P Japy movement dated 1878 and stamped 2872 FOT BTE with star, cartouche and anchor mark, the pull off back with printed label, 38cm high

£200-300