Date: 30th November-1st December 2018 Time: 10:00 Venue: GWA

TWO DAY FINE ART & ANTIQUES AUCTION 30TH NOVEMBER & 1ST DECEMBER 2018

Day One – Friday 30th November 2018

Lots 1-749:

1-150 Asian & Ethnic Art

151-250 Silver

251-350 Coins

351-374 Militaria

375-474 Collectables

475-550 Whisky & Wine

551-749 Ceramics, Clocks & Decorative Arts

 

Day Two – Saturday 1st December 2018

Lots 750-1291:

750-999 Jewellery & Watches

1000-1149 Furniture & Rugs

1150-1291 Paintings, Watercolours & Prints

 

VIEWING:

Thursday 29th November       10.00am to 6.00pm

Friday 30th November              9.00am to 5.00pm

Saturday 1st  December           9.00am to 10.00am

 

Sale commences at 10am each day

 

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Lot 815. A PLATINUM AND DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE OF FLORAL FORM
the largest old cushion cut diamond is estimated approx at 1.08cts with further diamonds taking the total to approximately 4cts.

£2,000-3,000

Lot 1205a. DAVID SHEPHERD CBE, FRSA, FGRA (BRITISH 1931-2017)
BULL ELEPHANT BROTHERHOOD
Oil on canvas, signed, 51 x 76cm (20 x 30)

£9,000-12,000

Lot 1200. DONALD HAMILTON FRASER RA (BRITISH 1929-2009)
CHURCH ON A HILL
Oil on canvas, signed, 122 x 91.5cm (48 x 36″)

£9,000-12,000

Lot 599. A PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER TWO HANDLED JARS AND COVERS
each painted with apples, peaches, grapes and blackberries, one signed D Shinnie, the other J Skerrett, with black printed and painted 2362 marks to base, 21.5cm high (2)

£800-1,200

Lot 617. A MARTIN BROTHERS STONEWARE TORTOISE INKWELL
by Robert Wallace, modelled with head out and mouth gaping to form the well, in mainly brown glaze with a coppery lustre, incised to base R.W. Martin and Bros. London – Southall, 13cm long

£1,000-2,000

Lot 785. A PAIR OF 14K GOLD DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE DROP EARRINGS
the top with a circlet of oval cut sapphires with a further circlet of pave set diamonds and drop of two pear shaped sapphires, total diamond content approximately 0.45cts and sapphires approximately 6.50cts, total length of earrings 36mm

£800-1,200

Lot 889. A SUBSTANTIAL DIAMOND BRACELET
stamped 18k to the clasp and set with pave set princess cut diamonds and grain set brilliant cut diamonds to an estimated approximate total of 36cts. Length 22.2cm, weight approx 145.5gms

£5,000-7,000

Lot 1196. HERBERT BANNISTER WHONE (BRITISH 1925-2011)
FAIRGROUND
Oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)64, 51 x 97cm (20 x 38″)

£3,000-5,000

Lot 1203. DAME LAURA KNIGHT RA, RE, RWS (BRITISH 1877-1970)
BANK HOLIDAY
Etching and aquatint, signed, 26.5 x 21cm (10 3/8 x 8 1/4″)

£500-700

Lot 96. A KOMAI RECTANGULAR BOX AND COVER
decorated with birds flying over crashing waves with white-metal incense and signed seal mark to base

£600-800

Lot 1055. A FLEMISH VERDURE TAPESTRY
woven in coloured wools with a castle beyond dense woodland with exotic birds set on fleurs de lys border, 280cm high x 243cm wide overall

£1000-1500 

Lot 294. AN EDWARD VII CORONATION SPECIMEN COIN SET
sovereign, half sovereign, crown, half crown, florin, shilling, sixpence, fourpence, threepence and tuppence, missing silver penny (10)

£800-1200

Lot 600. RICHARD JOYCE (1873-1931) FOR PILKINGTON’S TILE AND POTTERY CO. ROYAL LANCASTRIAN VASE
the moulded body decorated with cheetahs, warthog, deer, bear, cranes and trees, on a purple ground with gold lustre, impressed mark, shape number 2642 and painted deer and RJ monogram, 27.5cm high

£500-800

Lot 602. A HUNT AND ROSKELL STRUT CLOCK
in the manner of Thomas Cole, the silvered dial with chased decoration and black Roman numerals, the case with chased classical decoration, marked A.K to base, 14cm high

£1000-2000

Lot 950. AN OLD CUT DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING
of estimated approx 2cts, old cut diamonds set to the shoulders, set throughout in white metal. the diamond measures approx 8.35mm x 8.30mm x 4.73mm, in cheniered galleried mount. Finger size R1/2, weight 3.3gms. With valuation certificate dated 1999, for £19,650, stating the diamond is Clarity SI, and colour estimated at J-K

£4000-6000

Lot 952. AN 18CT GOLD AND DIAMOND DACHSHUND DOG BROOCH
with a ruby set eye. Hallmarked London 1967

£160-200

Lot 1123. A PAIR OF NIGEL GRIFFITHS OAK BOOKCASES
with three leaded glazed doors above three drawers and three cupboard doors, 220cm high x 153cm wide x 52cm deep (2)

£800-1200

Lot 558. AN ARCHIBALD KNOX PEWTER MANTLE CLOCK
the round copper dial with black Roman numerals on chapter ring and a blue and green enamel centre, the pewter case of stylised plant form with two blue and green enamel cabochon set to the lower part and stamped to the underside with the model number 0370 and English Pewter, with an eight-day movement stamped for Lenzkirch and numbered 780136, 20.5cm high

£800-1200

Lot 948. A COLLECTION OF AMBER COLOURED BEADS
six necklace lengths and a bracelet (af) more detailed information in the condition report. Total weight 170gms

£1000-2000

Lot 82. A PAIR OF CANTON RELIEF MOULDED VASES
decorated with precious symbols within key pattern and stiff leaf necks in various enamel colours, 44cm high (2)

£400-600

Lot 1992. BET LOW ARSA, RSW, RGI (SCOTTISH 1924-2007)
WEST COAST
Watercolour, signed, 20 x 25.5cm (8 x 10″)
Inscribed with title on label verso

£300-500

Lot 1209. ARCHIBALD KAY RSA, RSW (SCOTTISH 1860-1935)
ST MARTIN’S CROSS, IONA
Oil on canvas laid on board, signed, 42 x 32.5cm (16 1/2 x 12 3/4″)

£300-500

Lot 727. A WILLIAM DE MORGAN LUSTRE TILE
painted in light relief with a griffin in green, blue and gilt and mounted in wood frame, 15.5 x 15.5cm

£300-500

Lot 1046. A LIBERTY’S ARTS AND CRAFTS OAK DRESSER
the panelled back with plate rack above a single drawer flanked by a pair of panelled doors set with bullseye glass panels enclosing drawers, with undershelf labelled Liberty, London, 177cm high x 162cm wide

£600-800

Lot 390. A MINIATURE DOLLS HOUSE MODEL OF THE SPARROWES (ANCIENT HOUSE), IPSWICH
circa 1920/30, probably by F. Tibbenham Ltd, the red tiled roof with gabled windows, the white pargetted front to the first floor with two bay windows either side of The Royal Arms of King Charles II, the ground floor painted wood brown, the front opening as four doors onto these floors with associated furniture including court cupboards, chairs, tables etc 41 x 69cm

£500-800

Lot 502. A MAGNUM OF LOUIS ROEDERER CRISTAL ROSE CHAMPAGNE, 1996
12% vol, 1.5l, in wooden presentation case

£700-1000

Lot 191. A LATE 19TH CENTURY STUART & SONS CUT GLASS SCENT BOTTLE
with three-layer cameo hexagonal panel of a flowerhead, tree branch and a birds nest with silver screw top by Sampson Mordan & Co. Limited 1887, 10.5cm high

£250-350

Lot 311. A QUEEN VICTORIA 1887 GOLDEN JUBILEE GOLD COIN
in Westminster case

£1200-1800

Lot 12. A THAI BRONZE BUDDHA
seating in Abhaya Mudra the Unisa with lotus bulb and on a raised lotus throne, inscribed with script, 26cm high

£200-300

Lot 958. AN 18CT GOLD EMERALD AND DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING
the emeralds measure approx 5mm x 4.7mm x 3.4mm, the two diamonds are estimated approx combined 0.60cts. Finger size Q, weight 4.5gms

£500-600