June series of Interior auctions

Bellmans are delighted to announce their series of forthcoming June Interiors Auctions.  This also includes The property of the late Mrs Carole Lawson, of Stilemans, Munstead Including  sculpture, garden statuary & silver

Highlights include:

Lot 1161 - Tony Sheath (b.1946), Two boys fishing, oil on canvas, signed, 39cm x 49cm.  DDS Estimate £300 - 500

Lot 1390 - Miguel Berrocal (Spanish 1933-2006), 'Hoplite', 1981-1982, bronze with black patina, limited edition 321/500, 23cm high overall. DDS Estimate £2300 - 2500

Lot 1432 - Jonathan Wylder (b. 1957), Jasmine on a swing, bronze, from an edition of six, 158cm high. DDS Estimate £1500 - 2000

Lot 1444 - Tom Stogdon (b. 1964), Divided Metropolis III, rolled and etched steel with slate, 130cm wide. DDS Estimate £500 - 1000

Lot 1478 - Lorne Mckean (b. 1939) 'Adolfo Cambiaso on Aiken Cura', signed and dated 'Lorne Mckean 71' bronze on green marble base, 41cm high. DDS Estimate                             £400 -600

Lot 1780 - A 17th century Italian or South German parquetry table top cabinet, with pair of parcel gilt ebonised doors inset with walnut and birch diamond panels                              enclosing a stepped thirteen drawer interior, 90cm wide x 65cm high. Estimate £300 - 500

Lot 1875 - A lead figure of a flute player, 20th century after the Antique, 123cms high. Estimate £1000 - 1500

Lot 2040 - A rare Hochst porcelain figure of Harlequin playing  ram bagpipes, circa 1750-53, probably modelled by Johann Gottfried Becker, seated on a rocky mound,                      wearing a green pointed hat, a green jacket and striped breeches, painter's mark B for Philipp Magnus Bechel, incised HN over 2, (a.f), 16.5cm.                                        high. Estimate £600 - 800

Lot 2101 - A Chinese bowl, of shaped circular form, decorated with a boat, figures, trees, shrubs and a bridge scene, raised on a circular foot, diameter 16.5cm, weight                      382 gms. Estimate £300 - 400

Lot 2285 - Tiffany & Co; a pair of silver gilt novelty cruets modelled as owls, London 1959, glass set eyes, inscribed to underside of bases, 6cms high, 140g. gross.                            (2) Estimate £250 - 400