TWO DAY FINE ART & ANTIQUES AUCTION 22ND & 23RD MARCH 2019

Date: 22nd-23rd March 2019 Time: 10:00 Venue: GWA

TWO DAY FINE ART & ANTIQUES AUCTION 22ND & 23RD MARCH 2019

Auctions commence at 10am each day.

Day One – Friday 20th March 2020
Lots 1-507:
Asian & Ethnic Art 1-120L
Silver 121-181 (no lots 182-189)
Militaria 190-199 (no lots 200-249)
Collectables 250-272 (no lots 273-289)
Sporting Memorabilia 290-296 (no lots 297-309)
Whisky & Wine 310-339 (no lots 340-399)
Ceramics, Clocks & Decorative Arts 400-507 (no lots 508-519)

Day Two – Saturday 21st March 2020
Lots 520-989:
Jewellery 520-664
Watches 665-719
Furniture, Rugs & 20th Century Design 720-848 (no lots 789-804 & 849-859)
Paintings, Watercolours & Prints 860-989

VIEWING:
Thursday 19th March 10.00am to 6.00pm
Friday 20th March 9.00am to 5.00pm
Saturday 21st March 9.00am to 10.00am

Furniture must be paid for and collected no later than the Tuesday after the sale.

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Lot 40. AN EAST INDIAN IVORY CHESS SET
probably Berhampore

Estimate: £1,000-2,000

Lot 1100. FRANCIS CAMPBELL BOILEAU CADELL RSA, RSW (SCOTTISH 1883-1937)
PORTRAIT OF IAIN V. R. HARRISON
Oil on panel, signed and dated (19)32, 42.5 x 34.5cm (16 3/4 x 13 1/2″)
Inscribed ‘Iain V. R. Harrison painted at Croft House Oct. 1932’
‘Absorbent ground never varnish’ on panel verso

£4,000-6,000

Lot 740. A WHITE METAL TWIN STONE DIAMOND RING
the twin diamonds of estimated approx 2.05cts combined, are set on a twist, finger size P1/2, weight 3.2gms

Estimate: £3,000-4,000

Lot 1095. DAVID GAULD RSA (SCOTTISH 1865-1936)
AYRSHIRE CALVES BY THE SEA
Oil on canvas, signed, 76 x 101.5cm (30 x 40″)

Estimate: £3,000-5,000

Lot 1. A CHINESE SILVER PRESENTATION LOBED VASE

Estimate: £500-800

Lot 1108. FANNIE MOODY SWA (BRITISH 1861-1948)
MISCHIEVOUS FRIENDS
Oil on canvas, signed, 51 x 63.5cm (20 x 25″)

Estimate: £700-1,000

Lot 803. A VICTORIAN TURQUOISE AND ROSE CUT DIAMOND BRACELET
made in bright yellow metal, with engraved bow detail, there is no clasp per se, but can be lengthened and shortened to fit over the hand with a gold screw head to the reverse, approx inner diameter 6.5cm. With original fitted box. Weight 74.9gms

£2,500-3,500

Lot 258. A VICTORIAN SILVER MILITARY CENTREPIECE – THE 1ST BATTALION GORDON HIGHLANDERS
by S. Smith & Son (Stephen Smith), London 1882, cast in the form of an obelisk with a pair of stag’s head surmounts below the upper bowl, the column embossed with foliage and ribbons with battle honours engraved on two sides, Orthez, Nive, Peninsula, Waterloo, Almarez, Vittoria, Pyrenees and Egypt, the base with Egyptian head surmounts on each corner and embossed with battle scenes front and rear mounted with a kilted infantryman each side on a lozenge shaped base on four paw feet (one infantryman detached), 51cm high, 5.6kg appro

Estimate: £5,000-7,000

Lot 540. AN ART DECO IVORY AND METALLIC COLD PAINTED BRONZE FIGURE BY PAUL PHILIPPE (1870-1930)
modelled as a female violinist, sat with instrument in lap, signed Phillipe and bearing foundry mark, on a stepped onyx base, 31cm high

Estimate: £10,000-15,000

Lot 289. TRAVELS INTO SEVERAL REMOTE NATIONS OF THE WORLD BY LEMUEL GULLIVER (JONATHAN SWIFT)
in four parts, two volumes, printed for Benj Motte, London 1726, (approx 8 x 5in.) with the following points Part I, pg 35, line 5 has “Subsidies” correctly spelled; Part III, pg. 74 is mis-numbered “44;” Part IV, p. 52, line 1 has the misprint “buth is” with decorative binding by F. Bedford

Estimate: £3,000-5,000

Lot 1183. GEORGE LESLIE HUNTER (SCOTTISH 1877-1931)
WILLIAM MCINNES (AT THE PIANO)
Watercolour and ink, 17.5 x 27.5cm (7 x 10 3/4″)
Ewan Mundy Fine Art Ltd label verso
Exhibited: Glasgow Art Gallery & Museums

Estimate: £4,000-6,000

Lot 31. A PAIR OF JAPANESE BRONZE TWO-HANDLED BALUSTER VASES
decorated with peonies issuing from rockwork each reverse with a bird perched on rocks above foaming waves and spray on pierced arch bases, 33cm high (2)

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 464. A 9CT GOLD 1922-23 SCOTTISH CUP WINNERS MEDAL
the obverse inscribed Scottish Football Association, the reverse inscribed Won By Celtic F.C., 1922-23, A. McLean

Estimate: £1500-2500

Lot 520. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH IVORINE MINIATURE AFTER FRANCOISE BOUCHER

Estimate: £200-400

Lot 410. A BLACK AND WHITE QUEEN’S PARK FOOTBALL SHIRT
with button-up collar and two black and white photographs of Gordon Hoare wearing the shirt
The above shirt was worn by Gordon Hoare in a Scottish Cup 3rd round match against Airdrieonians

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 772. A STEEL AND DIAMOND SET TAGHEUER AQUARACER WRISTWATCH
with blue metallic dial, date aperture and white baton numerals and hands, the back of the watch stamped with WAY131N, with diamond set bezel of estimated approx 0.59cts, combined of brilliant cut diamonds, with Tag Heuer diamond certificate, watch head approx diameter 3.6cm, strap length 21cm, weight 132.9gms, with original receipt for £2750 dated 28/06/18 and two year warranty card

Estimate: £800-1200

Lot 500. A PAIR OF LARGE 19TH CENTURY PURPLE GLASS CHEMISTS JARS
of cylindrical form, each with painted paper labels, 34cm high, together with six onion shaped brown glass chemists jars, with painted paper labels, some with cork stoppers, 31cm high max (8)

Estimate: £1,00-1,500

Lot 1013. A ROBERT “MOUSEMAN” THOMPSON OAK NEST OF THREE TABLES
with octagonal and block legs joined with stretchers, with signature mouse, the largest 47cm high x 61cm wide x 38cm deep

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 559. A ROYAL WORCESTER VASE
of baluster shape, painted with sheep in a rocky mountain landscape, signed H Davis, with gilt to upper neck and base rim, shape number 290 and date mark for 1897, 19cm high

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 28. A JAPANESE BRONZE OF A STONE MASON
standing over a large stone block with hammer and chisel, signed and seal mark to side of block

Estimate: £600-800

Lot 1091. ANDREW ARCHER GAMLEY RSW (SCOTTISH 1869-1949)
FISHING BOATS, ANSTRUTHER
Oil on canvas, signed and signed on canvas verso, 63.5 x 76cm (25 x 30″)
Inscribed with title on Artist’s label verso

Estimate: £500-700

Lot 259. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER MILITARY CENTREPIECE – THE 9TH LANCERS
maker’s marks C & S Co., London 1903, a cast and chased study of a lancer astride his horse at a canter on a naturalistic silver base mounted on a wooden plinth base with a silver plaque engraved “Presented to the Officers Cape Mounted Riflemen by the officers 9th lancers who served with them in South Africa 1902-3”, 39cm overall height, figure 26.5cm high x 20.5cm

Estimate: £2,000-4,000

Lot 29. A PAIR OF CANTON RELIEF MOULDED BALUSTER VASES
decorated with precious symbols within key pattern and stiff leaf bands in polychrome colours, 44cm high (2)

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 509. HESTER MABEL WHITE (ACT.C.1898-1948)
A pair of gilded bronze bookends modelled as Chinese children sat upon white marble plinths, one holding a ball, the other peeping round a corner, 17cm x 15.5cm (2)

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 1029. A MCINTOSH ROSEWOOD TWO-DOOR DRINKS CABINET
with two inlaid checkerboard drawers, 110cm high x 107cm wide x 46cm deep
CITES Certificate, number 578268/03 is in place for this lot

£200-300

Lot 521. ERIC SCHILSKY RA RSA (1898-1974) A BRONZE BUST OF A LADY
with applied turquoise patination, signed in the bronze, on rectangular mahogany plinth, 49cm high x 30cm wide

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 840. A 14K WHITE GOLD DIAMOND SET BUCKLE SHAPED BRACELET
set with estimated approx 6.5cts of brilliant cut diamonds, length 24.2cm, weight 53.6gms

Estimate: £2,000-3,000

Lot 525. AFTER EDME DUMONT (1761-1844) – THE MILO OF CROTON
French late 19th century bronze, on a naturalistic square base, 77cm high

Estimate: £800-1200

Lot 536. A RARE TROIKA ST IVES LOVE PLAQUE BY BENNY SIROTA
moulded in shades of black and blue depicting the three stages of love to marriage, 13 x 38.5cm. The back with glued hanger, signed Troika St. Ives, BS and another unidentified mark

Estimate£500-800

Lot 910. AN IRISH MARQUETRY ARBUTUS SEWING TABLE
the rectangular top with oval foliate medallion surrounded by clover sprays, the interior inlaid with a harp and clover above a lift-out section with numerous divisions and on a decagonal baluster column with circular base on three claw feet, 73cm high x 56cm wide x 42cm deep

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 356. A LARGE LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY CARVED AND PAINTED WOODEN PANEL OF A ROYAL MARINE
painted in red, whites and blues, 214cm high x 108cm wide

£700-1000

Lot 190. A RARE FOUR-SCALE SILVER POCKET COMPASS AND SUNDIAL
by Michael Butterfield, Paris circa 1700, finely engraved bird gnomon with scale divider by degrees, the oval plate with foliate decoration, the base engraved with a table of latitudes of various cities, Paris 51, 48, Bordeaux 50, 44, Rome 41, 54 etc, 5.5cm x 4.8cm

£400-600