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January Auction Highlights including, Silver, European Ceramics & Glass

 

We are delighted to announce the highlights for our forthcoming January Auctions.

LOT 1188 - Maurice Sys (19th/20th century), Study of a man in Eastern dress in an Orientalist interior, oil on canvas, signed, 111cm x 70cm. Estimate £400-600

LOT 1104 - Rowland Hilder (1905-1993), Customs House, watercolour, pen and ink, signed, 35cm x 51cm. ARR. Estimate £500-700

1223 - Manner of Francesco Guardi, Scene by the Doges Palace, Venice, oil on canvas, 29.5cm x 39cm. Estimate £600-900

LOT 2140 - A Victorian silver coffee pot, of baluster form, the body and the hinged lid decorated with Dutch style figures and cottages in a landscape in the Tenniers style, the hinged lid having a merry making figure finial, the spout with a bird's head terminal, otherwise raised on four cast and pierced figure feet, maker probably Edward Farrell, London 1845, gross weight 1222 gms. Estimate £800-1200

LOT 2453 - An emerald, ruby and diamond hinged bangle by Ilias Lalaounis, the hinged open work bangle of crossover design, each end modelled as a lion's head, set with six graduated oval cabochon emeralds and circular-cut diamonds, to a box and tongue clasp unhallmarked, maker's mark for Ilias Lalaouni, stamped Greece K18, gross weight 77.5 gms, with a black pouch. Estimate £1800-2200

LOT 2450 - A Breitling steel cased gentleman's chronograph wristwatch, the signed blue dial with three subsidiary dials, date of the month aperture and with centre seconds, white and black Arabic numerals and with a rotating outer bezel, two setting buttons to the band, detailed to the case back A13048 1 19010 on a Breitling leather strap having a Breitling buckle with an International Warranty booklet showing date of purchase 30 12 1996 with a Mallory Bath pouch.  Estimate £1000-1500

LOT 2220 - A George IV Paul Storr silver mug, of tapered cylindrical form, the body decorated with fruiting vine and with a rustic handle, raised on a decorated circular foot, London 1825, maker Paul Storr, height excluding handle 7.5cm, weight 179 gms. Estimate £500-700

LOT 1300 - Julius Heinrich Haehnel (German 1823-1909), patinated bronze of an Ostrich with a lizard on a naturalistic base, signed J Haehnel, 57.5cm high. Estimate £1500-2500

LOT 1360 - A Charles II needlework panel depicting Abraham casting out Hagar and Ishmael, housed in a rosewood frame, 38cm x 25cm. Estimate £400-600

LOT 1275 - An Empire ormolu and bronze mantel clock of Cupid and Psyche. The two figures leaning towards each other over the arched case, on a rectangular base with a bow and foliate mount, with berried laurel moulding on stepped plinth on claw feet, the 3 1/2in. engine-turned gilt dial within a foliate bezel, and with twin train drum-shaped movement with countwheel strike on a bell, (1 pendulum and 1 key), 56cm high. Estimate £700-900

Auction: 21, 22, 23 January