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Asian Art, Followed by Antiques, Fine Art & Collectables
Asian Art, Followed by Antiques, Fine Art & Collectables
Lot 107A Victorian watercolour portrait of a Royal Horse guard in uniform, within a glazed birds eye maple veneer frame with gilt inner border, the reverse with name of guard reading 'Herbert Turner' b. circa 1848, soon became quartermaster with Captain rank (...) Royal Artillery Millicent (...)', unsigned, 16 cm x 11 cm
Condition report: some losses to the gilt part of the frame, minor cracks to the paint, small foxing stain top right.
Lot 108Frederick William Hulme (1816-1884) British
'A Lane in Ockham', depicting a rural scene with a mother and her children by a field, oil on canvas, within a moulded gilt frame, 48 cm x 84 cm
Condition report: some areas of craquelure, possibly re-lined, the canvas is very rigid (almost feels like board), no apparent signs of restoration, the frame has some cracks but no losses.
Lot 113A French late 19th century ormolu mounted Kingwood and Vernis Martin side cabinet, in the Louis XV style bombe form, with painted Vernis Martin frieze framed with cast ormolu rocaille and acanthus, above a central Watteau-esque Vernis Martin panel, flanked with cast female masks, 101 cm high x 84 cm wide.
Lot 114A Georgian mahogany ladies sewing table, of oval shape with string inlay, lift up top with ivory inlaid escutcheon above a pull out silver lined basket, on tapered legs with x frame stretcher, 71.5 cm high x 52 cm wide
Condition report: horizontal crack to top, surface scratches, the top is warped.
Lot 115A Georgian mahogany occasional table, the tilt top of circular form with moulded border, above a turned pedestal tripod base, 62 cm high x 60 cm diameter
Condition report: overall good, 15 cm horizontal crack from the edge of the top, marks to the legs/feet, light vertical crack to the column.
Lot 118A British Royal Naval Reserve officer's short sword, with black leather scabbard mounted with brass fittings, shagreen and brass hilt with lion head pommel, the blade etched with scrolls and RNR initials with anchor and crown, with leather belt strap retailed by Gieves Limited, the blade length 45 cm.
Lot 119A WWI British Royal Navy midshipman's dirk by Gieves Matthews and Seagrove, with black leather scabbard mounted with brass fittings and etched initials W.H.D.F, the shagreen and brass hilt with lion head pommel, the blade etched with scrolls and the motto of the British chivalric Order of the Garter with anchor and crown, with leather belt strap retailed by Gieves Limited, the blade length 45 cm.
Lot 120A George V Midshipment's Dirk, with black leather scabbard mounted with brass fittings, the shagreen style and brass hilt with lion head pommel, the blade etched with the star of David, scrolls and the motto of the British chivalric Order of the Garter with anchor and crown, the blade length 46 cm
Condition report: the scabbard was bent in half and has creases and losses to the bent part, brass mounts with nicks, dents and surface scratches, the blade is not sharp has some surface scratches.
Lot 123Mark Pearson (b.1956) British
depicting someone in a deck chair on a pier, signed and dated '99' lower right, oil on board, 20.5 cm high x 18 cm wide, together with another depicting a woman in a red dress, signed lower right, oil on board, 17.5 cm high x 12.5 cm wide, both within moulded gilt frames, the backs with Langdon Street Gallery labels.
Lot 125An Edwardian string inlaid mahogany veneer bureau bookcase by Maple & Co, the glazed astragal vitrine top with three fitted shelves above a roll top desk opening to reveal a green tooled leather top with various compartments, above twin drawers with swan neck handles, stamped Maple & Co on top of drawer, supported on four tapered legs with spade feet, 206 cm high x 91 cm wide x 57 cm deep.
Lot 126A 19th century Chippendale style vitrine cabinet retailed by Edwards & Roberts, with astragal glazed front doors opening to fitted shelves, surmounted with a broken architectural pediment with moulded dentil and cornice above a fretwork frieze, with further fretwork framing the doors, legs and two frieze drawers below the vitrine, stamped Edwards & Roberts on top of drawer, 175 cm high x 74.5 cm wide x 35.5 cm deep.
Lot 127A 19th century French Louis XV style tulipwood marquetry cylinder bureau, with marble top framed with half pierced gallery above the roll top opening to reveal a tooled leather top with various compartments, above three drawers and a frieze drawer with shaped apron mounted with ormolu, supported on cabriole legs with ormolu sabots, 108 cm high x 89 cm wide x 47 cm deep.
Lot 133An early 19th century Coalbrookdale porcelain twin handled lidded pot, with encrusted and hand painted flowers throughout, on a shaped base with c scrolls and gilt embellishment, the underside with underglaze blue 'CD', 15 cm high x 20 cm wide
Condition report: some minor losses to the encrusted leaves and flower petals, small hairline crack to the inner rim of bowl, firing cracks to the underside of the base, some loss of paint to the handles, some gilt rubbing, cracks to three parts of the lid rim and to the centre of the lid.
Lot 135A Georgian ash and elm comb back Windsor armchair with pierced central splat turned legs and crinoline stretcher
Condition report: crack along the top left part of the arched back where the spindles come through, further cracks, the seat is worn with nicks and surface scratches commensurate with age.
Lot 139A pair of English porcelain Imari pattern ice-pails, possibly Coalport, early 19th century, with twin handles, covers and one with liner, with gilt embellishment, notably to handles and lid finial, raised on spreading circular bases, 28 cm high x 26 cm wide
Condition report: one with chip to rim on top of the lid, hairlines crack along the diameter of the lid (where it meets the base), with nibbling to the inner rim, some pitting
The other with hairline cracks to the lid in the same part as the first one, some discolouration to the rim of the liner, crazing to base, some loss of gilding to both urns.