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Decorative Arts & Design Followed By Antiques, Fine Art & Collectables
Decorative Arts & Design Followed By Antiques, Fine Art & Collectables
Lot 104A William IV rosewood sewing table, with drop leaf top above a frieze drawer with fitted compartmentalised interior and leathered writing surface, the pull out sewing basket of curved form, on a turned baluster pedestal support with shaped base on bun feet, 75 cm high x 54 cm deep x 75 cm wide (with flaps raised).
Lot 105A late 19th century Meissen 'forget me not' encrusted teacup and saucer, both pieces six footed with hand painted flowers and gilt rims, with cross swords mark to underside, together with a Dresden style teapot, lidded sugar pot, milk jug and another miniature milk jug, teapot 12 cm high x 20 cm wide
Meissen cup and saucer: cup has a large chip to rim with hairline crack, encrusted work has losses, one of the feet has a piece broken off. Saucer has some losses to the encrusted work.
Teapot has chip to the spout, minor chips to rose finial, loss of gilding.
Sugar pot lid: finial reglued and with little chips to the rose, chip to rim.
Larger milk jug: chip to rim.
Lot 106A large Sevres style hand painted dish with pink ground and central portrait of Louis XV, together with a set of six plates and two tazzas in the same design, depicting various portraits of noble women of the 18th century French and European courts, such as the Duchesse De Barry, the Comtesse D'Artois, Elizabeth d'Autriche, Madame de Lamballe, and others, each with overglazed interlaced blue 'L' marks to underside, the dish 30.5 cm diameter, the plates 23.5 cm diameter.
Lot 107A 19th century French Sevres porcelain cabaret tray, of quatrefoil form with a central portrait of Louis XVI in a gilt roundel, on a blue celeste ground, with gilt rim, the underside with blue 1844 Sevres stamp and a red 'Chateau des Tuileries' stamp, 30 cm wide
Condition report: overall good, no breaks, some loss of gilding.
Lot 108A 19th century French Sevres porcelain cabinet plate with a central Watteau style courting scene within a gilt border on a bleu celeste ground, the underside with overglazed interlaced blue 'L' factory mark, and green 'S.74' mark with incised line crossed through, 24.5 cm diameter
Condition report: loss of gilding, no breaks.
Lot 109Beatrice Parsons (1870 - 1955) British
'January in Algiers', watercolour on paper, signed and titled lower right, the back with Dowdeswell & Dowdeswell label, within a glazed gilt wooden frame, 37 cm high x 25.5 cm wide
Condition report: some white paint stains to the bottom left of the work, one water stain to the lower centre of the work, no important damage, overall good.
Lot 112A set of ten Wedgwood porcelain plates with hand painted flowers by Arthur Holland, retailed by Thomas Goode, 23.5 cm diameter, together with a set of six Copeland Spode style side plates with central hand painted roundel of fruit, signed 'S. Lea', and a matching oval bowl, the plates 22.7 cm diameter
Condition report: one blue plate with crazed crack throughout, no other breaks, the rest of the blue plates have some gilt loss and superficial surface wear.
The red plates have some scuffs and surface scratches, no breaks, wear commensurate with age.
Lot 114A late George III needlework sampler, with embroidered alphabet, birds and stylised flowers, with meandering floral border, by Richard Son, 11th of April 1811, within a glazed frame, 42 cm high x 30.5 cm wide
Condition report: the needlework is laid on linen, as there are numerous losses and damage to the original work. Please see photos for an idea on condition..
Lot 116A 19th century Royal Worcester blush ivory porcelain model of an Oriental hunter, leaning on his rifle, probably designed by James Hadley, the underside with makers mark, 47 cm high
Condition report: the back seems to have a part missing between the tree trunk and the figure's back. The top of the tree trunk has been re-glued, the figure itself has its left leg (around the calf) re-glued..
Lot 119A William IV mahogany work table, with drop ends, two drawers to the front and dummy drawers to the back, above a faceted pedestal column supported on a shaped base with beaded border and four outswept legs with brass cap paw feet and casters, 72 cm high x 68 cm wide (with ends up) x 48 cm deep.
Lot 126A Chinese 18th century Qianlong period porcelain baluster vase with lid, the body decorated with polychrome famille rose enamels of blossoming branches, chrysanthemums and an exotic bird, 37 cm high x 21 cm diameter
Condition report: extensive damage and repair (re-glued parts) to the vase and lid, please see photos.
Lot 128John Brett ARA (1831-1902) British
depicting a coastal scene, signed lower right 'J.BRETT', oil on board, within a moulded gesso frame with rocaille motifs, 40 cm high x 70 cm wide
Condition report: craquelure throughout the painting, no signs of restoration or overpainting. The frame is damaged and has losses..
Lot 136A set of four hand painted 19th century German porcelain side plates with central fruit and floral depictions and gilt rim, with 'AR' (Augustus Rex) initials to the reverse, each 20 cm diameter, together with an early 19th century Furstenberg porcelain plate with painted floral spray, 23.6 cm diameter, an 1814-1824 porcelain Meissen plate with woven pattern border, petal rim and central floral spray with wasp, and a 20th century Meissen plate with woven pattern border and painted flowers, 22 cm diameter
Condition report: one of the AR side plates has a large chip to rim (where there is restoration) and a following hairline crack.
Loss of gilding to the rims on all plates.
Firing crack to the base of the Furstenberg plate.
Some surface scratches commensurate with age..
Lot 138A collection of 19th century/early 20th century German porcelain teacups and saucers, comprising
a Meissen teacup and matching saucer with floral and gilt pattern, a Meissen Imari pattern single cup, a Meissen hunting themed cup and saucer, the saucer with scratched out mark, and a single hand painted floral tea cup with gilt rim, unmarked
Condition report: some pitting to the glazes, minor chip to the rim of the first teacup (floral with gilt leaves), loss of gilding to the rims and handles commensurate with age. No breaks.
Lot 143An early 19th century KPM porcelain tea service comprising a large teapot, a large coffee pot and a milk jug, all marked to underside, the teapot and coffee pot with crowned eagle, the milk jug with sceptre and KPM mark, all designed with ribbed bodies decorated with hand painted floral and foliate trails, and gilt embellishment, together with five matching cups and six saucers, with same painted design, unmarked, coffee pot 23 cm high
Condition report: some fading to the gilding on most pieces, the coffee pot's base has been repaired, small area of damage to the rim of the coffee pot top opening (see photo), one teacup with broken handle and a chip with hairline crack, otherwise good.
Condition report: some fading to the gilding on most pieces, the coffee pot's base has been repaired, small area of damage to the rim of the coffee pot top opening, one teacup with broken handle and a chip with hairline crack, otherwise good.