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10 Lots to Watch in the Autumn Fine Sale

27th October 2021.



Lot 61

A Pair of Staffordshire Pottery Figures of Tom Cribb and Tom Molyneux, circa 1815, each modelled bare-chested with fists raised, standing beside a post, on oval grassy mound bases, 23.5cm high

Estimate: £3000-5000 (plus buyer's premium)


Lot 225

An Early 18th Century Oak Refectory Dining Table, the three-plank top with cleated ends above a plain frieze, on chamfered square-form legs joined by a peripheral stretcher, bearing later brass plaque To Commemorate the Wardenship of Anne Redman King, Bachelor of Science, Weetwood Hall 1919-1948, 270cm by 74cm by 75cm

Estimate: £1000-1500 (plus buyer's premium)


Lot 142

A Rare Lighthouse Form Desk Timepiece, signed Rowell & Harris, Oxford, circa 1880, lighthouse form case with oscillating glass rods in the top dome section, enamel dial with Roman numerals and signed, 24.5cm high

Estimate: £1200-1500 (plus buyer's premium)


Lot 86

A Pair of Chinese Porcelain Aubergine Ground Tea Bowls, Guangxu marks, the everted rims with gilt line borders, bear six-character reign marks in red

Estimate: £2000-3000 (plus buyer's premium)


Lot 312

An Early Victorian Mahogany Telescopic-Action D-End Dining Table, circa 1850, the moulded top with five original leaves above a plain frieze, on twelve turned and carved supports with brass capped toes and castors, 496cm extended by 200cm by 74cm

Estimate: £3000-5000 (plus buyer's premium)


Lot 174

A Good Mahogany Eight Day Longcase Clock with Year Calendar Dial Display, signed William Lassel, Toxteth Park, circa 1780, swan neck pediment, eglomise gilt painted glass panels, Corinthian capped columns, flame veneered trunk door flanked by inset fluted pilasters, plinth with brick form canted corners, 13-1/2-inch arch brass dial, silvered Roman and Arabic chapter ring with an outer year calendar track and with a corresponding central date hand, finely engraved dial centre with a pagoda, scroll and floral decoration, arch with moonphase aperture and signed above on a silvered plaque, 260cm high

Estimate: £2500-3000 (plus buyer's premium)


Lot 77

A Meissen Porcelain "Fabeltiere" Teacup and Saucer, circa 1740, painted in the manner of Adam Friedrich von Löwenfinck, each painted with a fantastical animal in landscape within brown line rims, crossed swords marks in underglaze blue. From the Collection of Mrs Hoff of Hoff Antiques, Kensington High Street, London

Estimate: £700-1000 (plus buyer's premium)


Lot 337

A Late 19th Century French Oak Six Piece Bedroom Suite, comprising
double-door mirrored armoire with canopy top, the base with two drawers above a shaped apron and on cabriole forelegs, 149cm by 58cm by 245cm
a smaller single-door armoire, 100cm by 50cm by 245cm
a marble-top dressing chest with gallery back above two short and three long graduated drawers, 116cm by 50cm by 209cm
a 4'6" bedstead with moulded frame and panels, the headboard surmounted by a C scroll shell
a pair of marble-top bedside cupboards with single drawers and moulded cupboard doors on cabriole legs, 43cm by 42cm by 83cm

Estimate: £1500-2500 (plus buyer's premium)


Lot 344

An Early 20th Century Monumental Carved Wood and Polychrome Decorated Screen, the ebonised hardwood frame enclosing a foliate border with pierced and trailing base and surrounding a landscape of storks, the base decorated with fish and flanked by two monkeys, 160cm by 51cm by 190cm

Estimate: £2000-3000 (plus buyer's premium)


Lot 230

A 16th Century Joined Oak Open Armchair, the back support with lozenge carved panels and downswept arms, a floral squab cushion above a nulled seat rail, on turned forelegs joined by a peripheral stretcher, 58cm by 40cm by 89cm

Estimate: £600-800 (plus buyer's premium)


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