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Current Auction Catalogue:  Antique & Decorators Auction: Saturday 22nd February 2020 at 11am

Number of lots per page: 25 | 50 | 100 | All


Lot 26

A Japanese marine ivory okimono of an Oni, a Samurai on his back clutching a horn, Meiji period, signed, on a wooden base (possible loss/repair). Excluding stand 8.5cm, £100-150
A Japanese marine ivory okimono of an Oni, a Samurai on his back clutching a horn, Meiji period, signed, on a wooden base (possible loss/repair). Excluding stand 8.5cm, £100-150

Lot 27

A 19th century Canton celadon ground famille rose soap dish and cover, of rectangular form with cut-off corners, the domed cover enamel painted with butterflies and flowers, the sides painted with fretwork and birds, with its original pierced drainer, unmarked. Width 13cm, £100-150
A 19th century Canton celadon ground famille rose soap dish and cover, of rectangular form with cut-off corners, the domed cover enamel painted with butterflies and flowers, the sides painted with fretwork and birds, with its original pierced drainer, unmarked. Width 13cm, £100-150

Lot 28

An Indian polychrome painted window frame with shutters, possibly Rajasthan, the shutters painted with seated figures, the frame with floral bands (losses). 43cm by 42cm, £50-100
An Indian polychrome painted window frame with shutters, possibly Rajasthan, the shutters painted with seated figures, the frame with floral bands (losses). 43cm by 42cm, £50-100

Lot 29

A Chinese carved wooden figure of a dignitary, modelled seated on an armchair, his feet resting on a stool (losses). Height 16cm, £100-150
A Chinese carved wooden figure of a dignitary, modelled seated on an armchair, his feet resting on a stool (losses). Height 16cm, £100-150

Lot 30

A gilt/brown patinated metal figure of a seated Buddha, possibly South-East Asian, with clay core. 16cm, £80-120
A gilt/brown patinated metal figure of a seated Buddha, possibly South-East Asian, with clay core. 16cm, £80-120

Lot 31

A pair of Chinese silk sleeve panels, c. 1900, each worked in polychrome and gilt threads with butterflies amidst flowering boughs, framed as one under glass. Each 43cm by 6.5cm, £60-80
A pair of Chinese silk sleeve panels, c. 1900, each worked in polychrome and gilt threads with butterflies amidst flowering boughs, framed as one under glass. Each 43cm by 6.5cm, £60-80

Lot 32

A pair of Chinese blue and white porcelain zoomorphic censers, each stoutly potted and modelled as a standing Qilin (Kylin) with gaping mouth, the body with a pierced cover. Each height 15cm, £120-180
A pair of Chinese blue and white porcelain zoomorphic censers, each stoutly potted and modelled as a standing Qilin (Kylin) with gaping mouth, the body with a pierced cover. Each height 15cm, £120-180

Lot 33

A Canton famille rose porcelain vegetable tureen, 19th century, of shaped rectangular form, the domed cover with gilt knop painted with cartouches of figures, birds and flowers, the interior similarly decorated, the outside with large floral sprays. Width 26cm, £200-300
A Canton famille rose porcelain vegetable tureen, 19th century, of shaped rectangular form, the domed cover with gilt knop painted with cartouches of figures, birds and flowers, the interior similarly decorated, the outside with large floral sprays. Width 26cm, £200-300

Lot 34

A large Japanese porcelain baluster vase, with a pair of carp handles, the body painted with chrysanthemum and other flowers against a gilt ground, the base with a lappet band and flowers and scrolling foliage, red seal mark to base. 45cm, £120-180
A large Japanese porcelain baluster vase, with a pair of carp handles, the body painted with chrysanthemum and other flowers against a gilt ground, the base with a lappet band and flowers and scrolling foliage, red seal mark to base. 45cm, £120-180

Lot 35

A striking Chinese silk robe, early 20th century, worked in polychrome and gilt threads against a pale yellow ground with butterflies, ducks and floral sprays and with a fuschia pink lining. Length 125cm, £400-600
A striking Chinese silk robe, early 20th century, worked in polychrome and gilt threads against a pale yellow ground with butterflies, ducks and floral sprays and with a fuschia pink lining. Length 125cm, £400-600

Lot 36

A Chinese silk short robe, c .1900/1920, worked in shades of blue and and green to the applique collar and to the borders with foral and geometric patterns, the sleeve panels worked in polychrome threads with figures amidst bridges and pavilions, against a black ground and with turquoise silk lining. Length 90cm, £200-300
A Chinese silk short robe, c .1900/1920, worked in shades of blue and and green to the applique collar and to the borders with foral and geometric patterns, the sleeve panels worked in polychrome threads with figures amidst bridges and pavilions, against a black ground and with turquoise silk lining. Length 90cm, £200-300

Lot 37

A Chinese silk short robe, c. 1900/1920, worked in polychrome and gilt threads to the collar, shoulders and borders with peacocks and exotic birds, the sleeve panels decorated en suite, with gilt-metal knot buttons (some lacking), against a black ground and with black lining. 103cm, £200-300
A Chinese silk short robe, c. 1900/1920, worked in polychrome and gilt threads to the collar, shoulders and borders with peacocks and exotic birds, the sleeve panels decorated en suite, with gilt-metal knot buttons (some lacking), against a black ground and with black lining. 103cm, £200-300

Lot 38

A Regency silk and woolwork picture of Fame offering flowers at the grave of Shakespeare, after the Bartolozzi engraving, itself after a drawing by Angelica Kauffmann, oval, in a parcel-gilt frame. 30cm by 25cm, £60-80
A Regency silk and woolwork picture of Fame offering flowers at the grave of Shakespeare, after the Bartolozzi engraving, itself after a drawing by Angelica Kauffmann, oval, in a parcel-gilt frame. 30cm by 25cm, £60-80

Lot 39

A fragment of Coptic textile, Egyptian, c. 6th century AD worked in polychrome threads with twin geometric bands decorated with cartouches enclosing symbols, framed. 20.5cm by 29cm, £100-150
A fragment of Coptic textile, Egyptian, c. 6th century AD worked in polychrome threads with twin geometric bands decorated with cartouches enclosing symbols, framed. 20.5cm by 29cm, £100-150

Lot 40

A finely worked needlework panel in late 17th century style, c.1900/1920, in coloured threads depicing a huntress with bow and arrow, kneeling under an oak tree amidst birds, and deer, within a border worked with acorns and floral sprigs, on a wooden mount. 53cm by 41cm, £100-150
A finely worked needlework panel in late 17th century style, c.1900/1920, in coloured threads depicing a huntress with bow and arrow, kneeling under an oak tree amidst birds, and deer, within a border worked with acorns and floral sprigs, on a wooden mount. 53cm by 41cm, £100-150

Lot 41

Macallan 1841 Replica, single malt Scotch whisky, boxed with cork and paperwork. 700ml, 41.7% volume. , £150-250
Macallan 1841 Replica, single malt Scotch whisky, boxed with cork and paperwork. 700ml, 41.7% volume. , £150-250

Lot 42

The Macallan Unfiltered Cask Strength Single Highland Malt Whisky, distilled 27th December 1990 and bottled 22nd January 2003, cask no. 24680, sherry butt, 500ml, 57.4%, in a sealed tube. , £250-350
The Macallan Unfiltered Cask Strength Single Highland Malt Whisky, distilled 27th December 1990 and bottled 22nd January 2003, cask no. 24680, sherry butt, 500ml, 57.4%, in a sealed tube. , £250-350

Lot 43

Taxidermy: a group of twenty roe deer antlers and skulls, thirteen mounted on a wooden shield, the remainder unmounted. Shield 62cm by 48cm, £50-70
Taxidermy: a group of twenty roe deer antlers and skulls, thirteen mounted on a wooden shield, the remainder unmounted. Shield 62cm by 48cm, £50-70

Lot 44

Taxidermy: a group of twenty roe deer antlers and skulls, some with jaws and some mounted on wooden shields. (20). Average height of mounted skull 35cm, £50-70
Taxidermy: a group of twenty roe deer antlers and skulls, some with jaws and some mounted on wooden shields. (20). Average height of mounted skull 35cm, £50-70

Lot 45

Vintage pop memorabilia: The Bay City Rollers, an award statuette in white metal and slate, "The Sun Television Awards.....Bay City Rollers....Top Pop Act 1975". 32cm, £80-120
Vintage pop memorabilia: The Bay City Rollers, an award statuette in white metal and slate, "The Sun Television Awards.....Bay City Rollers....Top Pop Act 1975". 32cm, £80-120

Lot 46

An early 19th century strong box, the hinged cover inscribed in gilt ".....Flint Glass Works.....1835", the box black japanned with gilt-brass handle, the interior with fitted compartments. 8.5cm by 23cm by 14cm, £60-80
An early 19th century strong box, the hinged cover inscribed in gilt ".....Flint Glass Works.....1835", the box black japanned with gilt-brass handle, the interior with fitted compartments. 8.5cm by 23cm by 14cm, £60-80

Lot 47

A vintage lady's leather travelling writing case, fitted with writing surface and compartments. 9cm by 31cm by 20cm, £50-70
A vintage lady

Lot 48

A bronze commemorative plaque "Kenneth Grahame of The Golden Age was born here", c. 1900, rectangular, green weathered patina. 25cm by 35cm. Note: Kenneth Grahame (1859-1932) was born in Castle Street Edinburgh (from where this plaque originated). His most famous work is of course Wind in the Willows (pub. 1908). The Golden Age was one of his earlier books, published in 1895. , £60-80
A bronze commemorative plaque "Kenneth Grahame of The Golden Age was born here", c. 1900, rectangular, green weathered patina. 25cm by 35cm. Note: Kenneth Grahame (1859-1932) was born in Castle Street Edinburgh (from where this plaque originated). His most famous work is of course Wind in the Willows (pub. 1908). The Golden Age was one of his earlier books, published in 1895. , £60-80

Lot 49

A large 19th century paperweight, in pink granite, the faceted handle in amber glass mounted in brass. Height 8cm, width 20cm, £50-70
A large 19th century paperweight, in pink granite, the faceted handle in amber glass mounted in brass. Height 8cm, width 20cm, £50-70

Lot 50

A West African carved wooden spice mortar and pestle, possibly Mali, the mortar with incised geometric decoration. Mortar 23cm by 21cm, £100-150
A West African carved wooden spice mortar and pestle, possibly Mali, the mortar with incised geometric decoration. Mortar 23cm by 21cm, £100-150

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