Spring Fine Art Sale: Saturday 17 March 2018 10:00AM

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Viewing: Sunday 11 March 11am - 4pm, Monday 12 March to Thursday 15 March 10am-4pm, Friday 16 March 10am-2pm and the morning of the sale from 8am.

Please note: The Sale will be sold in two rooms, both starting at 10am
Saleroom I: Lots 1-447
Saleroom II: Lots 500-979

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Lots 551 to 600 of 918


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Harold Knight RA (1874-1961)
Portrait of Ella Naper, head and shoulders
Signed, oil on canvas, 49.5cm by 39cm

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Artist's Resale Rights/Droit de Suite may apply to this lot, please refer to our Terms of Business

Estimate: £800-1200

Sold: £6000
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Lot 607

Harold Knight RA (1874-1961)
Portrait of the artist's wife, Laura Knight, head and shoulders
Oil on canvas, 50cm by 39.5cm

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Artist's Resale Rights/Droit de Suite may apply to this lot, please refer to our Terms of Business

Estimate: £2000-4000

Sold: £8000
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Lot 608

Juan de la Cruz Soler (b.1951) Spanish
Elegant ladies on a snowbound Parisian street
Signed, oil on canvas, 58cm by 70.5cm

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Artist's Resale Rights/Droit de Suite may apply to this lot, please refer to our Terms of Business

Estimate: £600-900

Sold: £950
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Lot 609

John Duncan Fergusson (1874-1961) Scottish
A still life of fruit
Oil on board, 10.5cm by 13cm

Provenance: Margaret Morris
Bourne Fine Art, Edinburgh
Private Collection

Artist's Resale Rights/Droit de Suite may apply to this lot, please refer to our Terms of Business

Estimate: £2500-3500

Sold: £5500
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Lot 610

Dorothea Sharp (1874-1955)
Still life of Calla lilies in a jug before a view of the sea
Signed, oil on board, 60cm by 50cm

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Artist's Resale Rights/Droit de Suite may apply to this lot, please refer to our Terms of Business

Estimate: £8000-12000

Sold: £13500
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Lot 611

Sydney Harpley (1927-1992)
Girl on a Swing
Signed and numbered 4/9, bronze on plinth base, 52cm high

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Artist's Resale Rights/Droit de Suite may apply to this lot, please refer to our Terms of Business

Estimate: £3000-5000

Sold: £6000
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Lot 612

William Moorcroft (British, 1872-1945) for James Macintyre & Co. Ltd: A Florian Ware Landscape Pattern Vase, brown printed factory mark and Rd No 397964, and green painted signature and des, 30cm See illustration

Estimate: £1200-1800

Sold: £1500
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Lot 613

William Moorcroft (British, 1872-1945): for James Macintyre & Co. Ltd: A Revived Cornflower Twin-Handled Bowl, on a green/blue ground, green painted signature, brown printed factory mark and MADE FOR RIGG & SON GLASGOW, 28cm across handles See illustration

Estimate: £700-1000

Sold: £650
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Lot 614

William Moorcroft (British, 1872-1945): for James Macintyre & Co. Ltd: A Poppies and Forget-me-nots Pattern Flower Pot, circa 1908/9, on a white ground, brown printed Macintyre mark, green painted signature, 17cm (hairlines)

Estimate: £250-350

NOT SOLD
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Lot 615

William Moorcroft (British, 1872-1945): A Flambé Eventide Landscape Pattern Vase, impressed 393 MOORCROFT MADE IN ENGLAND and blue painted signature, 26cm See illustration

Estimate: £800-1200

Sold: £1600
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Lot 616

William Moorcroft (British, 1872-1945): A Flambé Eventide Landscape Pattern Vase, impressed M94 MOORCROFT MADE IN ENGLAND and green painted signature, 20.5cm See illustration

Estimate: £700-1000

Sold: £1400
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Lot 617

William Moorcroft (British, 1872-1945): A Pair of Moonlit Blue Landscape Pattern Vases, circa 1925, each painted with five trees, impressed MOORCROFT MADE IN ENGLAND 7? and blue painted monogram, 18cm See illustration

Estimate: £1000-1500

Sold: £1400
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Lot 618

William Moorcroft (British, 1872-1945): A Poppy Pattern Vase, salt glazed, impressed MOORCROFT MADE IN ENGLAND, blue painted signature, 18.5cm

Estimate: £350-450

Sold: £420
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Lot 619

William Moorcroft (British, 1872-1945): A Pomegranate Pattern Bowl, on a blue ground, impressed MADE IN ENGLAND MOORCROFT M30, green painted signature, 21cm diameter

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £320
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Lot 620

William Moorcroft (British, 1872-1945): A Pomegranate Pattern Part Tea Service, comprising four cups, five saucers and five side plates, each on a green wash ground, impressed MOORCROFT BURSLEM, some with green painted monograms and one cup with signature, cup 6cm (damages)

Estimate: £400-500

Sold: £480
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Lot 621

Walter Moorcroft (British, 1917-2002): An Orchid and Spring Flowers Pattern Vase, on a blue ground, impressed facsimile signature and MADE IN ENGLAND POTTER TO H.M. THE QUEEN, blue painted monogram, dated 1953, 37.5cm

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £450
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Lot 622

Walter Moorcroft (British, 1917-2002): A Clematis Pattern Vase, on a green/blue ground, impressed facsimile signature and MADE IN ENGLAND POTTER TO H.M. THE QUEEN, blue painted monogram, 26cm

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £280
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Lot 623

William De Morgan (British, 1839-1917): A Lustre Charger, painted in ruby with two snakes on sprig ground, border section with lizards and leaves, 42cm See illustration

Literature: Greenwood (Martin) The Designs of William De Morgan, centre design page 47, catalogue number 1262 and border design page 64 catalogue number 1299.

Estimate: £2000-3000

Sold: £2400
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Lot 624

Christopher Dresser (Scottish, 1834-1904): A Linthorpe Pottery Vase, with white flowers and foliage, on a yellow ground, impressed LINTHORPE CHR DRESSER 167 HT, 25.5cm; and A Linthorpe Pottery Vase, shape 477, green, trailed white and mustard glaze, impressed 477, other marks covered by glaze, 37.5cm (2)

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £1000
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Lot 625

A Ruskin Pottery Lustre Vase, mottled yellow glaze, impressed marks RUSKIN ENGLAND 1924, 23cm

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £100
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Lot 626

Takeshi Yasuda (Japanese, 1943-): An Oxidized Stoneware Large Platter, with sansai glaze, impressed seal marks to both handles, labelled, signed and dated 28/09/92, numbered TY1091, 62cm across handles with receipt See illustration

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £1300
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Lot 627

Takeshi Yasuda (Japanese, 1943-): An Oxidized Stoneware Jug, with a light honey glaze and manganese decoration, impressed seal mark at bottom of handle, labelled, signed and dated 1991, numbered TY079, 25cm See illustration

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £700
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Lot 628

A Clarice Cliff Broth Pattern Shape 362 Vase, circa 1929, hand painted with a band of bubbles and star burst motifs, between orange, brown, green, blue and purple banding, gold printed Fantasque and Lawley's mark, 20cm See illustration

Estimate: £800-1200

Sold: £750
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Lot 629

An Art Deco Crown Devon Fielding's Mattajade Fairy Castle Pattern Jug, decorated with a turreted castle, with gilt highlights, on a jade ground, printed factory mark, impressed shape 279, painted 2406, 23cm

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £280
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Lot 630

An Art Deco Crown Devon Fielding's Orient Pattern Octagonal Dish, abstract floral design, in bright orange and green, on a gilt and black contrasting ground, printed factory mark and 2115, 26cm wide

Estimate: £200-300

NOT SOLD
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Lot 631

A Britannia Pottery Co Ltd Elfland Pattern Lustre Ginger Jar and Cover, decorated with elves and balloons, in a tree landscape, on an orange, yellow and purple ground, printed factory marks, 26.5cm

Britannia Pottery Co. Ltd., St. Rollox, Glasgow, Scotland 1920-35.

Estimate: £200-300

NOT SOLD
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Lot 632

An Emile Gallé Cameo Vase, tall slender form, acid etched with leaves and flowers, in tones of burnt orange and purple, on a yellow/orange ground, cameo signature Gallé on the body, partial circular paper label GALLE NANCY hand written in ink 29090, 26cm See illustration

Estimate: £1000-1500

NOT SOLD
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Lot 633

An Emile Gallé Cameo Vase, of tapering form, acid etched with an alpine landscape with trees by a lake with mountains in the distance, in cinnamon over a pale orange ground, cameo signature Gallé on the body, 16.5cm See illustration

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £380
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Lot 634

René Lalique (French, 1860-1945): An Opalescent and Clear Glass Fleurons Bowl, the underside moulded with spiralling bands, stencil mark R LALIQUE FRANCE, 25cm diameter

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £320
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Lot 635

René Lalique (French, 1860-1945): A Clear and Frosted Glass Ondines Bowl, the underside moulded with water nymphs, moulded mark R LALIQUE, 21cm diameter

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £850
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Lot 636

Peacock and Dragon: A Pair of Hand-Loom Jacquard-Woven Woollen Twill Door Curtains, by Morris & Co., designed by William Morris, woven in blue, green and orange, 72cm wide, 210cm long; and A Quantity of Other Morris & Co., Curtains, various fabrics, patterns Anemone, Dove and Rose, Apple and Flower Garden, and sizes (qty) See illustrations

Made for Rounton Grange, Northallerton, North Yorkshire. A house designed by Philip Webb in 1872 and built between 1872 and 1876.

Philip Webb was responsible for introducing Morris & Co.'s work to the Bell family. Isaac Lowthian Bell, the northern iron master and chemist, first employed him in 1868 for alterations to Washington Hall, County Durham, and Webb was subsequently commissioned to build his second home, Rounton Grange, as well as Red Barns in Redcar for Bell's son, Hugh and Smeaton Manor for his daughter Ada Godman.

A large carpet was designed for the house, ceilings were painted and the walls of most rooms (which were filled with Morris furniture) were either wallpapered or covered in fabric.

Estimate: £1000-2000

Sold: £3500
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Lot 637

A Guild of Handicraft Limited Silver and Enamel Box, of rectangular form, the inset cover painted by William Mark (Australian, 1868-1956) with green and blue flowers, cedar lined interior, on four bun feet, signed W Mark, maker's mark GofH Ltd, London 1902, scratched number 4196, 12.5cm by 9cm, 6.5cm See illustration

Estimate: £2000-3000

Sold: £5000
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Lot 638

Archibald Knox (1864-1933) for Liberty & Co.: A Tudric Pewter Easel Timepiece, model No.0482, of swollen square form with enamel honesty border, stamped TUDRIC 0482 ENGLISH PEWTER LIBERTY & Co., 10cm square; and A Liberty & Co., Tudric Pewter Easel Timepiece, model No.01470, flower head form, stamped TUDRIC PEWTER MADE IN ENGLAND 01470, 8cm diameter (2)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £250
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Lot 639

A Liberty & Co Pewter-Tudric Tazza, designed by Archibald Knox, the shallow bowl with honesty rim, on a tripartite support and domed circular foot, stamped MADE IN ENGLAND "TUDRIC" 01161 SOLKETS, 27cm

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £380
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Lot 640

David Veasey for Liberty & Co.: A Tudric Pewter Twin-Handled Circular Bowl, circa 1900, cast with a frieze of flowering trees, with inscription AND THE WOODBINE SPICES ARE WAFTED ABROAD AND THE MUSK OF THE ROSE IS BLOWN, stamped TUDRIC 011, 32cm across handles

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £190
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Lot 641

An Arts & Crafts Connell & Co., of Cheapside Twin-Handled Tray, of oval form with rivet decoration handles, set with Ruskin cabochons, stamped factory mark and PEWTER 02773, 60cm across handles

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £130
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Lot 642

An Arts & Crafts Newlyn Copper Rose Bowl, embossed with fruit, with pierced cover, stamped NEWLYN, 16cm diameter; A Newlyn Copper Caddy, the cover embossed with a fish, riveted side, stamped NEWLYN, 9cm; and A Newlyn Copper Circular Dish, stamped NEWLYN, 14cm (3)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £220
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Lot 643

An Arts & Crafts Newlyn Copper Tray, of oval form, the pierced gallery with integral carrying handles, riveted wave seams, repousse decorated with fish and shells, unmarked, 60cm wide

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £130
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Lot 644

An Arts & Crafts Copper Charger, probably Newlyn, repousse decorated to the centre with a galleon in full sail, to the rim with fish and a sea horse, unmarked, 39cm

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £250
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Lot 645

An Arts & Crafts Brass and Copper Coal Bin, the domed lid with brass handle, the bin with riveted wave seams and repousse spades motifs, brass handles, unmarked, 55cm

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £200
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Lot 646

An Arts & Crafts Brass Wall Mirror, circa 1910, of oval form with bevelled plate, the hammered frame set with four Ruskin pottery cabochons, unmarked, 93cm by 61.5cm

Estimate: £250-300

Sold: £600
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Lot 647

An Arts & Crafts Hammered Copper Casket, the domed rectangular top mounted to each corner with Ruskin Pottery glazed cabochons, surrounded by rivets, the sides and base with rivet decoration, the shaped latch opening to reveal an inlaid oak fitted interior, unmarked, 19cm by 16cm, 9cm high

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £600
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Lot 648

An Arts & Crafts Vaseline Glass Plafonnier Ceiling Light, with brass circlet, copper lacquered three hooked socket and ceiling rose, chains, shade 38cm diameter

Purchased from Hector Finch, Chiswick, approximately 25 years ago.

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £200
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Lot 649

An Art Nouveau WMF (Wurttembergische MetallwarenFabrik) Silver Plated Cutlery Service, comprising twelve table knives, twelve table forks, twelve table spoons, ten dessert knives, nine dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve fish knives, twelve fish forks, pair of fish servers, nine teaspoons, nine coffee spoons, eleven knife rests, pair of salts and spoons, soup ladle, sauce ladle, serving spoon, sugar tongs, three piece carving set and a pair of salad servers, stamped ostrich mark and WMF 10, (135) in a four drawer fitted domed top oak cabinet with stylised mounts and handles See illustration

Estimate: £1000-1500

NOT SOLD
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Lot 650

An Art Nouveau WMF (Wurttembergische MetallwarenFabrik) Silver Plated Trophy Cup, the tapering cup repousse with whip lash decoration, mounted with flower heads on a trefoil stem, the domed circular foot stamped WMF I/0, 37cm

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £250
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Lot 651

An Art Nouveau Dautzenberg Silver Plated Pewter Twin-Handled Vase, designed by J.R.Hannig, repousse decorated with flowers, on a circular foot, signed J.R.Hannig, 46cm (bent foot)

Modern Metal Art, Brohan Museum Berlin, Berlin 1990, page 132

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £220
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Lot 652

A Birchwood and Larchwood Cupboard, by the Abramtsevo Workshops, designed by Elena Dmitrievna Polenova, in the traditional Russian medieval style, rectangular with all over carved and chip carved decoration, with a baluster carved stile on the left, surmounting a sliding door with a washing beater stylised handle, 28cm wide, 32cm high See illustration

Similar example sold at Sotheby's, London, 15 December 1993, lot 445

Literature: The World of Art, edited by Sergei Diaghilev, Vol.2, 1899 and The Studio Magazine,1901

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £450
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Lot 653

Josef Lorenzl (1892-1950): A Cold Painted Bronze Figure, circa 1925, modelled as a dancer, on a stepped oval green onyx base, signed in the cast LORENZL, 25cm high See illustration

Estimate: £600-900

Sold: £1900
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Lot 654

Bruno Zach (Ukrainian, 1891-1945): A Cold Painted and Gilt Patinated Group, circa 1920, modelled as a male and female ballet dancer, both en pointe, signed in the cast ZACH, on a grey onyx marble base, 43cm See illustration

Estimate: £2000-3000

Sold: £2400
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Lot 655

An Art Deco Gilt Patinated Spelter Figural Lamp, modelled as two semi nudes on tip toes, wearing a short skirts, stamped Foreign, on an oval onyx base, 51cm (damaged shade)

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £1000
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