Autumn Fine Art, Antiques & Collectables Sale on
Saturday 14th November 2015
Lots: 556-604 of 715
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Lot Description and Estimate Images Sold For

S A Rayner 1820-1874 watercolour "Kingston Church". Framed and glazed. 20ins. x 14ins.
Estimate: 150-200


Scottish art: George Graham watercolour on paper 'Trees', Royal Scottish Society label on reverse, signed bottom right. Framed and glazed. 15ins. x 10ins.
Estimate: 150-250


Scottish art: James McBay oil on canvas "Sussex Farm", signed and dated bottom left. 19ins. x 13ins.
Estimate: 800-1200


James McBay watercolour on paper "The Medway Rochester", signed and dated bottom right. Framed and glazed. 18ins. x 9ins.
Estimate: 400-600


20th cent. Continental school coastal study, signed bottom right, indistinct signature. Framed and glazed. 20ins. x 13ins.
Estimate: 70-100


George Price Boyce 1826-1897 Venetian scene. Framed and glazed 20ins. x 14ins.
Estimate: 800-1200


Scottish art: James Ferrier (Act. 1840-1883) watercolour on paper "Glen Artney Perthshire", signed and dated 1864 bottom right. Framed and glazed. 34ins. x 16½ins.
Estimate: 500-800


William Herbert Allen watercolour on paper of sheep in a meadow, signed lower right. Framed and glazed. 20ins. x 12ins.
Estimate: 200-300


English School: Andrew G Curtis Oil on board 'Sunshine across the bay, Welsh Coast' and 'Fine Day, nr. Anglesey'. 6" x 8", framed. A pair.
Estimate: 200-300


English School: Oil on canvas, after Turner, Port of London, signed Turner lower left. 18ins. x 10ins.
Estimate: 60-80


David Cox Jnr. - Bolton Abbey O.O.C. provenance Christies 1960 "From the Artist Studio" and Agnews stock label - signed & dated lower left, circular study 10ins diameter.
Estimate: 300-400


After Angelica Kaufmann - portrait of a girl child in a white dress O.O.C. David Cross Bristol Gallery, label on reverse states - Thomas Lawrence inscribed. Gilt framed. 12ins. x 9ins.
Estimate: 250-350


William Ellis Ex 1863 - 1894 O.O.C. Fishing below the Rock Pool, letter of attribution David Cross Gallery, Bristol 1982. Gilt framed 12ins. x 18ins.
Estimate: 250-350


William Henry Mander c1880-1922 O.O.C. River Landscape with Fishermen, letter of attribution David Cross Gallery, Bristol 1982. Gilt framed 12ins. x 18ins.
Estimate: 250-350


George Chambers c1840 O.O.C. Island of Jersey, letter of attribution John Kerl Gallery, Bath 1979. Gilt framed. 23ins. x 18ins.
Estimate: 250-350


19th cent. English School style of Arthur Clarke. A hunter with side saddle in his stable. Heavy gilt frame. 25ins. x 20ins.
Estimate: 350-450


James Baker Pyne - Tinern Abbey O.O.C., signed lower left. Gilt framed. 36ins. x 24ins.
Estimate: 500-700


18th cent. English school oil on canvas of a bewigged gentleman in scarlet robes in a heavily carved gilt frame. 30ins. x 26ins.
Estimate: 300-500


William Leighton Leitch - Venice from Giudecca Canal O.O.C. signed lower left, more on the other side. Gilt framed. 36ins. x 24ins.
Estimate: 400-600


19th cent. English School style of Arthur Clarke O.O.C. A Hunter outside his stable with distant country views. Provenance David Cross Gallery. Heavy gilt frame. 24ins. x 20ins.
Estimate: 400-500


Early 20th cent. Oak mantel clock. The movement stamped W & B SCH, galleried tier, brass spandrels, silver dial 18ins.
Estimate: 100-150


Clocks: 19th cent. Gustav Becker Gothic bracket clock, brass movement. striking ¼, ½ and hour Westminster chime. hours engraved, domed dial, black Roman numeral and silent chime. Oak inlaid case. 15½".
Estimate: 200-250


Clocks: 19th cent. French Empire style Marti Paris, gilt spelter body rearing horse, reclining classical maiden and the base featuring Greek body armour. Striking on a bell movement signed Marti (requiring restoration).
Estimate: 80-120


Clocks: 19th/early 20th cent. Bayard (Duvedry and Bloquel) carriage clock, white enamel face, red Morocco case, top glass damaged.
Estimate: 60-80


Regency style mahogany mantel clock with ebonised inlay, enamel face, Dutch plaque to rear Jacq van Baal. 12ins.
Estimate: 60-100


Clocks: French Louis XVI style pendule Etienne Maxant Paris. Ormolu body floriate openwork in a Rococo manner, signed movement, half-hour strike on bell. White enamel dial, Roman & Arabic numerals. signed J.B. Baillon.
Estimate: 600-800


19th cent. French marble mantle clock with cat cherub to the top, painted face. Retailed by T Jameson, London. 9".
Estimate: 40-60


Stop watch: Seiko stainless steel backed stop watch with box.
Estimate: 20-25


20th cent. Hoffmeyer & Bros. Mahogany mantel clock, carved decoration.
Estimate: 80-120


19th cent. French wall clock. The movement stamped Valery Paris, the numerals are decorated in blue over white enamel in relief with a red tortoiseshell style boule work surround finish with gilt rocaille decoration to the exterior of the case. 12ins. dial, 32ins. in total. In need of complete restoration.
Estimate: 200-300


Clocks: Arthur Davies of London brass faced Tavern clock contained within a mahogany longcase. 77ins. dial 19ins.
Estimate: 400-600


Clocks: Oak longcase, Hewitt of Marlboro 30 hour painted face 10ins. 77ins.
Estimate: 200-300


Early 20th cent. Wheel aneroid barometer by Allen, Market Harborough. Oak frame.
Estimate: 25-30


Clocks: Oak longcase Thomas Fitz of Salisbury, 8 day, brass face, 16ins arch dial, 85ins.
Estimate: 400-700


Clocks: Wall mounted 30 hour longcase, movement Hewitt Marlboro, brass face and brass 10ins. spandrels.
Estimate: 100-150


Scientific: 19th cent. Rosewood wheel barometer temperature, balance and pressure dials.
Estimate: 100-150


Clocks: Wall mounted 30 hour longcase movement, painted face with day aperture. 11ins. marked Juno Breach, Bromham.
Estimate: 80-120


19th cent. Mahogany Barometer: Swan neck pediment and thermometer. Maker Samual Hart Devizes.
Estimate: 80-120


Clocks: Oak 30 hour longcase George Hewitt Marlboro, brass face, chapter ring for seconds and date 8ins, dial 11ins.
Estimate: 300-500


Clocks: Oak 30 hour longcase Will Palmer of Newark, painted face 74ins, 11ins. dial.
Estimate: 200-300


18th cent. Mahogany longcase clock by J. Baker of Melksham. Silvered dial second hand at 12 date crescent at 6.

Estimate: 300-500


Clocks: 19th cent. 8 day Longcase clock, Joshua Farrer of Pontefract c1830 with painted arch dial, second hand & calendar, oak & mahogany cased with canted sides and stringing.
Estimate: 200-300


19th cent. Mahogany D end table on square supports.
Estimate: 30-40


19th cent. Mahogany tilt top loo table with outer banded inlay.
Estimate: 80-120


Edwardian oak open front bookcase with stylised carving to the base. 72ins.
Estimate: 80-120


18th cent. Oak dresser. The base comprising three drawers above a carved apron, the top with an open rack above a base of drawers. 75ins.
Estimate: 500-800


Toys: 1930s Double fronted cottage style dolls house.
Estimate: 30-40


Toys: 20th cent. bespoke dolls house, painted exterior. 36ins. x 18ins.
Estimate: 40-70


1920s mahogany compactum with boxwood inlaid decoration, locks signed Hobbs & Co. 62ins.
Estimate: 100-150


Indo Persian throne/hall chair with heavily painted polychrome geometric decoration.
Estimate: 100-150

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