AUTUMN THREE DAY FINE ART & ANTIQUES AUCTION

Date: 16th September 2020 Time: 10:00 Venue: GWA

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  1. DAVID GAULD (RSA (SCOTTISH 1865-1936)

AYRSHIRE CALVES RESTING OUTSIDE A BYRE

Oil on canvas, signed, 51 x 76cm (20 x 30″)

£1000-1500

  1. ALASDAIR GRAY (SCOTTISH 1934-2019)

LANARK – BOOK THREE

Screenprint, signed and numbered 5/60, 58 x 34.5cm (22 3/4 x 13 1/2″)

£400-500

  1. AN 18CT WHITE GOLD DIAMOND RING

set with an central brilliant cut diamond of estimated approx 1ct with further diamonds set to the shoulders to the estimated total of 0.12cts, finger size P1/2, weight 5.1gms

£1200-1400

  1. STUART PARK (SCOTTISH 1862-1933)

RED AND WHITE FLOWERS IN A GLASS VASE

Oil on canvas, signed 59.5 x 59.5cm (23 1/2 x 23 1/2″) (tondo)

£500-700

 

  1. GEORGE HENRY RA, RSA, RSW (SCOTTISH 1858-1943)

SUMMER

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

£3000-5000

  1. A 14K GOLD THREE ROW DIAMOND LINE BRACELET

set with estimated approx 4.5cts of brilliant cut diamonds in four claw settings. Length 18cm, weight 25.9gms

£800-1200

  1. AN 18CT GOLD TANZANITE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING

set with an oval tanzanite of approx 10mm x 7.9mm x 6.2mm, with twin bands of princess cut diamonds set to the shoulders to an estimate approx diamond total of 0.30cts. Finger size O1/2, weight 7.5gms

£700-900

  1. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER FOUR-PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE

by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1901, pear shaped with foliate and flowerhead decoration, the hinged cover with rampant lion and shield finial, with stylised bird’s head spout and scrolling handle, the coffee pot 27cm high, 2655gms

£700-900

  1. JOHN CUNNINGHAM RGI (SCOTISH 1926-1998)

SUMMER DAY

Oil on canvas, signed, 76 x 63cm (30 x 24 3/4″)

£800-1200

  1. AN ARTS AND CRAFTS OAK DRESSER

with open shelves, flanked by embossed inset brass panels and strapwork above two drawers and a door, with undershelf, 189cm high, 130cm wide and 48cm deep

£400-600

  1. A CHINESE EXPORT SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE

cast with dragons chasing the flaming pearl, with faux bamboo handles and finials, stamped CJ, the teapot, 16cm high and 580 grams, the sugar bowl, 12.5cm high and 313 grams and the cream jug, 11cm high and 239 grams (3)

£400-600

  1. A SET OF ROYAL WORCESTER DEMITASSE CUPS AND SAUCERS

comprising five fruit painted cups and saucers by H. Ayrton and another cup and saucer signed by E. Townsend, all within a fitted box (13)

£300-500

  1. A MOONSTONE AND ENAMEL PENDANT IN THE STYLE OF JESSIE M. KING

mounted in white metal, length 4.2cm x 2.4cm, weight 4.5gms, round moonstone approx 10mm, oval 15mm x 6mm

£200-400

  1. TWO CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JARS AND COVERS

each painted with blossoming branches on a clouded ground, with dentil rims,four character marks to base, 21cm high, wood stands

£200-300

  1. A VICTORIAN SILVER FOUR-PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE

by John Angell II and George Angel, London 1841, of hexagonal baluster form and blank cartouche, the spout modelled as a stylised bird’s head, the coffee pot, 29.5cm high, 2437gms

£600-800

  1. PIERRE ALEXANDRE SCHOENEWERK (1820-1885) A BRONZE OF A SEATED LADY

modelled sitting on a stool with a putto on her lap, playing pipes, incised to stool SCHOENEWERK, and upon wooden rectangular plinth, 33cm long

£200-400

  1. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SERPENT MOURNING BROOCH

made in bright yellow metal set throughout with rose cut diamonds with black enamel detail. the heart locket contains a lock of hair and a charming black cat motif. Inscribed verso ‘In memory of my dear Mother born 21st June 1769, died Aug 16th 1843’. Dimensions 6.5cm x 3.6cm, weight 19.8gms

£300-500

  1. A 19TH CENTURY BRITISH MILITARY OFFICERS CAMPAIGN WASH STAND

the three-tiered teak and brass mounted three quarter gallery, inset with washbowl and joined by cast rods, 86.5cm high, 61cm wide and 43.5cm deep

£600-800

  1. A MOORCROFT ANEMONE PATTERN VASE

of bulbous tapering form, the green/blue ground with blue, purple and pink flowers, with incised marks and blue signature to base, 32cm high

£200-300

  1. A STRING OF AMBER COLOURED BEADS

largest bead approx 13.5mm x 14.9mm, smallest approx 8.6mm, Length 53cm, weight 30.5gms

Conchoidal fractures to the drill holes, very light crazing good polish to the beads

£150-250

  1. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TWIN HANDLED SERVING TRAY

by Barker Brothers, Birmingham 1901, of oval form, the stepped edge with rococo decoration, the flat with foliate engraving round a blank cartouche on four scrolling feet, 68cm across the handles, 2500gms approx

£600-800

  1. A FRENCH BRASS CASED CARRIAGE CLOCK

with gilded fret panels to sides and front, with clear door and panel above escapement, with enamel ring dial with Arabic numerals, with travelling case, 15cm high to top of handle

£200-300

  1. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED CLARET JUG

by Henry Wilkinson & Co. Limited, London 1898, the hinged cover with rampant lion and shield finial above a face mask spout, fruit and vine decoration, the scrolling handle going down to a narrow band enclosing a plain glass body with star cut base, 29cm high

£200-300

  1. A CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE BALUSTER VASE

painted with panels of courtiers in garden palaces within foliate borders on a seed pattern ground, adapted as a lamp, 41.5cm high, overall

£200-300

  1. A BRIGHT YELLOW METAL AMETHYST AND PEARL NECKLET

the pearls are free-form freshwater pearls possibly Scottish river pearls and they are cage set and integral to the chain as well, the central oval amethyst is approx 4.7mm x 3mm, the pendant section 4.8cm, length of chain 40cm, weight 6.6gms

Sold under licence from the Scottish Natural Heritage, pearls gathered legally from the wild prior to the date 27th March 1991

£150-250

  1. A CASED SET OF FOUR SILVER PLACECARD OR MENU HOLDERS

by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1909, modelled as horseshoes, 4cm diameter x 4.3cm high (weighted)

£150-250

  1. A BING MINIATURE TABLE RAILWAY SET

with clockwork locomotive, three carriages, signal box and tunnel, in original box

£100-200

  1. A GEORGE III TEAK AND BRASS PEAT BUCKET

with swing handle and liner, bound with three straps, 34cm high and 34cm wide

£200-300