Mallams Oxford - Thursday, 12 December, 2013

The Design Age: International Studio Ceramics & Decorative Arts and Modern British & Continental Art


International Studio Ceramics
Lot 1
Rosemary Wren (British, 1922-2013) and Peter Crotty (British, b.1943)
Jacobs Ewe
painted mark
20cm across.

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection. £ 80 - 120
Lot 2
Rosemary Wren (British, 1922-2013)
Long earred owl
impressed potter's mark
38cm high.

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection. £ 100 - 200
Lot 3
Rosemary Wren (British, 1922-2013) and Peter Crotty (British, b.1943)
Three house martins
impressed both potter's marks
the largest 28cm across (3).

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection. £ 100 - 200
Lot 4
Rosemary Wren (British, 1922-2013) and Peter Crotty (British, b.1943)
Two house martins
impressed both potter's marks
the largest 18cm across (2).

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection. £ 100 - 200
Lot 5
Rosemary Wren (British, 1922-2013)
Bull
impressed potter's seal
53cm across.

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection. £ 200 - 300
Lot 6
Rosemary Wren (British, 1922-2013)
Jug, combed decoration
impressed potter's seal and incised initials
25cm high.

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection. £ 60 - 100
Lot 7
Rosemary Wren (British, 1922-2013)
Teapot and cover, painted with birds on flowering branches
initialled 'RDW'
16cm across.

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection. £ 50 - 100
Lot 8
Katherine Pleydell-Bouverie (British, 1895-1985)
Bowl, of ribbed form
impressed potter's seal
15cm high, 21cm across.

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection. £ 100 - 200
Lot 9
Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983)
Dish, combed tenmoku glaze
Abuja Pottery
impressed potter's and pottery seals
17.5cm diameter.

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection. £ 80 - 120
Lot 10
Eileen Keys (Australian, 1903-1992)
Two women, circa 1950s
16.5cm across, 16cm high.

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection. £ 100 - 200
Lot 11
Eileen Keys (Australian, 1903-1992)
Dish, with iron red drip glaze
signed
20.5cm diameter, together with another dish and a bowl, the former signed (3).

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection. £ 80 - 120
Lot 12
Eileen Keys (Australian, 1903-1992)
Five bowls, one with rich iron red glaze
each signed
the largest 12.5cm diameter (5).

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection. £ 80 - 120
Lot 13
Michael Buckland (British, 1934-2012) at Green Dene Pottery
Two chargers, each decorated with flowers in landscape
impressed potter's and pottery seals
29cm and 31cm diameter (2).

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection. £ 60 - 100
Lot 14
Michael Buckland (British, 1934-2012) at Green Dene Pottery
Two teapots and cover, each with incised flower head motifs, one in turquoise glaze, the other in brown glaze
one with incised potter's mark and pottery seal
23cm and 21.5cm across (2).

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection. £ 60 - 100
Lot 14a
Michael Buckland (British, 1934-2012) at Green Dene Pottery
Vase, incised with long stemmed flower designs
impressed potters and pottery marks
47cm high. £ 70 - 100
Lot 15
Michael Buckland (British, 1934-2012) at Green Dene Pottery
Five asymmetrical vases, each with striped and geometric patterns
impressed potter's and pottery seals
the largest 21cm across (5).

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection. £ 80 - 120
Lot 16
Michael Buckland (British, 1934-2012) at Green Dene Pottery
Four vases, of multi-coloured geometric designs
impressed potter's and pottery seals
the tallest 15cm high (4).

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection. £ 80 - 120
Lot 17
Rosemary Wren (British, 1922-2013)
Two birds
impressed potter's seal
the largest 14.5cm across (2).

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection. £ 60 - 100
Lot 18
Eric James Mellon (British, b.1925)
Four vases, two dated 1969, with ash glazes
each with potter's mark
the largest 10.5cm high (4).

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection. £ 60 - 100
Lot 19
Shoji Hamada (Japanese, 1894-1978)
Dish, circa 1960s, cream and brown poured glaze
'Made in Japan' label (to reverse)
3.5cm high, 19.5cm diameter.

A similar example with a differing pattern sold in November 2011 at Maak Contemporary Ceramics, Lot 13.

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection. £ 150 - 250
Lot 20
Ray Marshall (British, 1913-1986)
Vase, 1961, incised turned decoration
signed and dated
15.5cm high.

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection. £ 50 - 100
Lot 21
William Staite Murray (British, 1881-1962)
Vase, red/brown glaze
impressed potter's seal
incised 'K3' and numbered 39 (to the base)
32cm high.

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection. £ 200 - 300
Lot 22
Lucie Rie (Austrian, 1902-1995)
Oil jar and stopper, dripped glaze on white ground
impressed potter's seal
15.5cm high.

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection. £ 300 - 500
Lot 23
Ruth Duckworth (German/British, 1919-2009)
Dish, with ribbed effect and poured glaze
impressed potter's seal
23.5cm across.

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection. £ 150 - 250
Lot 24
Michael Casson (British, 1925-2003)
Two bowls, one in tenmoku with brushed decoration, the other with blue, white and brown brushwork
one with painted mark, the other with impressed potter's seal
13.5cm and 11cm diameter respectively (2).

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection. £ 50 - 100
Lot 25
(Books)
A collection of Studio Ceramic Books, to include Jeffrey Jones, Studio Pottery in Britain 1900-2005, Oliver Watson, British Studio Pottery, Michael Casson, Pottery in Britain Today, Bernard Leach, Kenzan and his Tradition, Bernard Leach, A Potter's Portfolio, Bernard Leach, Potter and Artist and Michael Cardew, Fundamental Pottery: 8 Lectures given by Michael Cardew at Wenford Bridge in 1959 (10).

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection. £ 40 - 80
Lot 26
Charles Vyse (British, 1882-1971)
Bowl, of lobed form, with turquoise glaze, circa 1935
incised 'C VYSE CHELSEA'
15cm diameter. £ 150 - 250
Lot 27
Charles Vyse (British, 1882-1971)
Vase, two loop handles, painted foliate designs, 1927
incised potter's monogram and date
12.5cm high. £ 60 - 100
Lot 28
Charles Vyse (British, 1882-1971)
Vase, olive green ash glaze and rust painted foliate designs, 1931
incised potter's initials and date
24cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 29
Bernard Leach (British, 1887-1979)
Dish, abstract linear motifs in white, circa 1950s
on grey ground
painted monogram
28.5cm diameter.

Provenance:
with Joanna Bird, London. £ 500 - 800
Lot 30
Bernard Leach (British, 1887-1979)
Bottle vase, with wave design, circa 1965
running ash glaze
two partially impressed pottery seals
20cm high, 13cm across.

Provenance:
with Joanna Bird, London.

Literature:
see Tony Birks and Cornelia Wingfield Digby, Bernard Leach, Hamada & their Circle, p.51, for a similar form. £ 700 - 1,000
Lot 31
Bernard Leach (British, 1887-1979) (attributed to)
Flagon, 1947, painted slip
24cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 32
Bernard Leach (British, 1887-1979)
Design for vases
St. Ives mark
ink on newspaper
14cm x 14.5cm.

A similar drawing appeared at Phillips, London, 25 September 2001, Lot 34. £ 150 - 250
Lot 33
David Leach (British, 1911-2005)
Jug, tin glaze
impressed potter's seal
27cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 34
David Leach (British, 1911-2005)
Vase, tenmoku glaze, brush work grasses motifs
impressed potter's seal
20.5cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 35
David Leach (British, 1911-2005)
Pot and cover, with brushwork motifs, Lowerdown Pottery
impressed pottery seal
10cm diameter. £ 30 - 60
Lot 36
Leach Pottery
Pair of plates, circa 1949, celadon, incised foliate motif
designed by Bernard and David Leach
impressed pottery seal
16.5cm diameter (2). £ 40 - 70
Lot 37
David Leach (British, 1911-2005)
Vase, celadon with facet cut sides
impressed potter's seal
24.5cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 38
David Leach (British, 1911-2005)
Bowl, celadon with incised peacock feather motifs
impressed potter's seal
9cm high, 17.5cm diameter. £ 100 - 200
Lot 39
David Leach (British, 1911-2005)
Teapot and cover, cane handle, painted motifs
impressed potter's and pottery seal
18.5cm across. £ 80 - 120
Lot 40
Janet Leach (American, 1918-1997)
Dish on slab feet, poured tenmoku glaze, St. Ives
impressed potter's and pottery seals
7cm high, 26.5cm across. £ 100 - 200
Lot 41
John Leach (British, b.1939)
Flask, 1989, cross handled, Muchelney Pottery
impressed potter's seals and date
27.5cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 42
John Leach (British, b.1939)
Bowl, 1991, dripped glaze, Muchelney Pottery
impressed potter's seals and date
16cm high, 19cm across. £ 80 - 120
Lot 43
John Leach (British, b.1939)
Bowl, inside decorated with iron red glaze
impressed Muchelney mark
28.5cm diameter, 15cm high. £ 70 - 100
Lot 44
Shoji Hamada (Japanese, 1894-1978) (attributed to)
Dish, cream slip with brush decoration
17cm diameter.

Literature:
see Sarah Riddick, Pioneer Studio Pottery: The Milner-White Collection, Lund Humphries, 1990, p.48, no.39 and no.40, for pieces in a similar glaze and with the same brushwork. £ 80 - 120
Lot 45
Mashiko Pottery
Slab vase, blue glaze
15cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 46
Katherine Pleydell Bouverie (British, 1895-1985)
Vase, thorn ash glaze
impressed potter's seal and glaze code '37/XXVII'
10cm high. £ 60 - 100
Lot 47
Katherine Pleydell-Bouverie (British, 1895-1985)
Vase, white glaze, incised patterning
impressed potter's seal and glaze code 'ICXL'
10cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 48
Katherine Pleydell-Bouverie (British, 1895-1985)
Dish, blue glaze, incised patterning
impressed potter's seal and glaze code 'ICCXIV'
22cm diameter. £ 100 - 200
Lot 49
Katherine Pleydell-Bouverie (British, 1895-1985)
Bowl, crackled celadon glaze
impressed potter's seal and glaze code 'CXXX'
11.5cm diameter. £ 50 - 100
Lot 50
Leach Pottery
Jug, early St. Ives, possibly Michael Cardew
impressed pottery seal
25.5cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 51
Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983)
Mug, Winchcombe Pottery
inscribed 'Take Care Who Will, For Ile Take None'
impressed potter's and pottery seal
13.5cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 52
Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983)
Jar and cover, Winchcombe Pottery
impressed potter's and pottery seal
22cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 53
Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983)
Bowl and cover, circa 1946, Volta Pottery
with a band design of bowed wheat sheaves, the cover with brush work motifs
impressed potter's and pottery seals twice (to the pot and cover)
20cm high, 25cm diameter.

This is a rare piece of Cardew's work from Vume Dugame, and is interesting as the lid doubles as a serving/subsidiary bowl. £ 300 - 500
Lot 54
Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983)
Coffee pot and milk jug, with painted chevron motifs
impressed potter's seal
coffee pot 17cm high, milk jug 10cm high (2). £ 60 - 100
Lot 55
Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983)
Lamp base, circa 1930, painted bud motifs
impressed potter's seal
15.5cm across. £ 350 - 450
Lot 56
Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983)
Charger, Wenford Bridge
combed decoration
impressed potter's and pottery seal
42cm diameter.

Provenance:
with Joanna Bird, London. £ 500 - 800
Lot 57
Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983)
Flagon, slipware, Winchcombe Pottery
impressed potter's and pottery seals
20cm high. £ 200 - 400
Lot 58
Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983)
Jug, trailed slipware decoration, Winchcombe Pottery
circa 1928
impressed pottery seal
23cm high.

Illustrated:
see Gareth Clark, Michael Cardew: A Portrait, Faber & Faber, 1978, pl.19. £ 200 - 400
Lot 59
Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983)
Pot, two handled, trailed slipware flower motifs
1936, possibly made for an oil lamp, Winchcombe Pottery
impressed potter's and pottery seals
15cm high, 19cm across. £ 300 - 500
Lot 60
Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983)
Teapot, painted with a fish, Wenford Bridge
impressed potter's and pottery seals
21cm across.

Provenance:
The Henry Sandon Collection.

This was a trial piece that misfired and Michael Cardew gave it to a visitor at the pottery. £ 50 - 100
Lot 61
William Staite Murray (British, 1881-1962)
Bowl, Yeoman Pottery, abstract Vorticist design, circa 1915-1919
incised 'YEOMAN W.S.M.' (to the base)
14.5cm diameter, 5cm high.

Provenance:
The Margot Coatts Collection;
A. W. Coysh Collection.

Illustrated:
Malcolm Haslam, William Staite Murray, Crafts Council, 1984, p.74, illustration 2.

These two bowls are rare examples of William Staite Murray's early work at the Yeoman Pottery, and he noted at a later date that 'experiments of that time in abstract painting and abstract sculpture interested me', which can clearly be seen in these works.

Alongside the Vorticist artist Cuthbert Fraser Hamilton, Murray set up the Yeoman Pottery in 1915 and it would continue until just after the end of the war in 1919. The work produced by these artist-potters at the pottery shows how closely they were associated with the artistic avant-garde of the period.

The slightly more muted colours of Lot 61, and its heavily abstract figural composition shows an assimmulation to the Vorticist movement, and possibly the influence of David Bomberg's work of this period. Lot 62, stronger in colour and conforming more to cubist elements perhaps shows influences of the work of artists such as Edward Wadsworth. £ 500 - 700
Lot 62
William Staite Murray (British, 1881-1962)
Bowl, Yeoman Pottery, Vorticist design, circa 1915-1919
incised 'YEOMAN M' (to the base)
16.5cm diameter, 4.5cm high.

Provenance:
The Margot Coatts Collection;
A. W. Coysh Collection.

Illustrated:
Malcolm Haslam, William Staite Murray, Crafts Council, 1984, p.74, illustration 2. £ 500 - 700
Lot 63
William Staite Murray (British, 1881-1962)
Bowl
impressed potter's seal and inscribed 'CEL' and '39' (to the base)
7.5cm high, 20.5cm diameter. £ 150 - 250
Lot 64
Adrian Lewis-Evans (British, b.1927)
Vase, circa 1976, double ogee shaped, in tones of brown with slashed cut ornament
impressed potter's mark
33cm high.

Provenance:
The Henry Sandon Collection.

Adrian Lewis-Evans began making pottery in 1952, and trained at Camberwell under Norah Braden and David Leach. From 1958 Lewis-Evans taught ceramics at Bournemouth College pottery with David Ballantyne and Peter Stoodley. £ 100 - 200
Lot 65
Philip Smeale Wadsworth (British, 1910-1991)
Vase, 1954, rich tenmoku glaze shading to olive green
incised initials and 'P54'
31cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 66
Margaret Rey (British, 1911-2010)
Scarab Beetle and Grasshopper vase, late 1930s
impressed potter's monogram
35.5cm high.

Illustrated:
Jeffrey Jones, Studio Pottery in Britain 1900-2005, A & C Black Publishers Ltd., 2007, p.111.

A noted pupil of William Staite Murray, Margaret Rey shared her studio with Sam Haile after she left the Royal College of Art (1927-1930) and was given a large solo exhibition at the Brygos Gallery in 1938.

Following on from Staite Murray's example, Rey's larger pieces with bold designs were often given names and this vase presumably would have been one of those pieces and was probably from the Brygos Gallery exhibition. £ 400 - 600
Lot 67
Michael Casson (British, 1925-2003)
'Swimmers' vessel
painted potter's monogram
20cm high. £ 250 - 350
Lot 68
Sheila Casson (British, b.1930)
Two teapots and covers, one in blue and one in brown, each with undulating bases
impressed potter's seals
the largest 20cm across (2). £ 80 - 120
Lot 69
Michael Casson (British, 1925-2003)
Jug, dripped ash glaze
30cm high.

Provenance:
Bought directly from the potter's studio. £ 60 - 100
Lot 70
Michael Casson (British, 1925-2003)
Jug, incised and painted decoration
impressed potter's seal
38cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 71
Michael Casson (British, 1925-2003)
Large teapot and cover, deep blue brush work decoration
painted potter's monogram
22cm high, 30cm across. £ 150 - 250
Lot 72
Michael Casson (British, 1925-2003)
Jug, salt glazed with brushed decoration
impressed potter's seal
21cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 73
Sheila Casson (British, b.1930)
Vase, decorated with abstract patterns
impressed potter's seal
14cm high. £ 60 - 100
Lot 74
Michael Casson (British, 1925-2003)
Jug, salt glazed with brush work motifs
impressed potter's seal
44.5cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 75
Michael Casson (British, 1925-2003)
Jug, salt glazed with brush work motifs
37cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 76
Michael Casson (British, 1925-2003)
Jug, blue salt glazed with brush work motifs
impressed potter's seal
44.5cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 77
Mike Dodd (British, b.1943)
Four unomi tea bowls, ash glazes, with differing decoration
impressed potter's seals
9.25cm high (4). £ 80 - 120
Lot 78
Mike Dodd (British, b.1943)
Vase, ash glaze, incised grasses decoration
impressed potter's seal
24.5cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 79
Phil Rogers (British, b.1951)
Jug, thumb pressed marks
impressed potter's seal
25.5cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 80
Phil Rogers (British, b.1951)
Vase, incised grasses motif, over brushed glaze
impressed potter's seal
28cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 80a
Phil Rogers (British, b.1951)
Teapot and cover, celadon glaze
impressed potter's seal
23cm across, together with an octagonal basket with cane handle, 13cm diameter and a pot and cover, 7cm across (3). £ 60 - 100
Lot 81
Ray Finch (British, 1914-2012)
Charger, tenmoku with combed decoration
impressed potter's seal
42.5cm diameter. £ 100 - 200
Lot 82
Ray Finch (British, 1914-2012)
Teapot and cover, with combed decoration
impressed potter's seal
31cm across. £ 80 - 120
Lot 83
Seth Cardew (British, b.1943)
'Bird' plate, Wenford Bridge
impressed potter's and pottery seal
26.5cm diameter. £ 100 - 200
Lot 84
Ray Finch (British, 1914-2012)
Bowl, slip decoration
impressed potter's seal
36cm diameter. £ 100 - 200
Lot 85
Ray Finch (British, 1914-2012)
Charger
impressed potter's seal
36cm diameter. £ 100 - 200
Lot 86
Jim Malone (British, b.1946)
Teapot and cover, faceted sides, dripped glaze
partially impressed potter's seal
20cm across. £ 50 - 100
Lot 87
Svend Bayer (British, b.1946)
Jug, impressed seal
31cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 88
Svend Bayer (British, b.1946)
Teapot and cover
19cm across. £ 50 - 100
Lot 89
Clive Bowen (British, b.1943)
Jug, slip decoration
29cm high. £ 60 - 100
Lot 90
Phil Rogers (British, b.1951)
Vase, slab form, incised foliate motifs
impressed potter's seal
28cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 91
Phil Rogers (British, b.1951)
Vase, celadon with incised willow tree motifs
impressed both potter's seals
31cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 92
Phil Rogers (British, b.1951)
Slab vase, splashed cream glaze
impressed potter's seal
27cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 93
Mike Dodd (British, b.1943)
Vase, facetted sides
impressed potter's seal
27cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 94
Richard Batterham
Vase, celadon
30.5cm high. £ 70 - 100
Lot 95
Geoffrey Whiting (British, 1919-1988)
Jug, combed with tenmoku glaze
impressed potter's and pottery seals
27cm high. £ 70 - 100
Lot 96
Mike Dodd (British, b.1943)
Vase, tenmoku and dripped glaze
impressed potter's seal
41.5cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 97
Ray Finch (British, 1914-2012)
Jug, Winchcombe Pottery
impressed potter's seal
29cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 98
Ray Finch (British, 1914-2012)
Jug, combed decoration
impressed potter's seal
26cm high, together with a set of six Winchcombe pottery mugs (7). £ 80 - 120
Lot 99
Seth Cardew (British, b.1934)
Thistle dish, Wenford Bridge
impressed potter's and pottery seals
25cm diameter. £ 100 - 150
Lot 100
Richard Parkinson (British, 1927-1985) and Susan Parkinson (British, 1925-2012)
Lion and Unicorn, circa 1953
originally designed for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II
the unicorn impressed 'Made in England'
22.5cm long and 16.5cm long respectively (2). £ 300 - 500
Lot 101
Richard Parkinson (British, 1927-1985) and Susan Parkinson (British, 1925-2012)
Cat pepper pot, model number 65, and another cat figure
each with impressed marks
each 14cm high (2). £ 80 - 120
Lot 102
Richard Parkinson (British, 1927-1985) and Susan Parkinson (British, 1925-2012)
Owl, Square Pig and Bird
7cm high, 5.5cm long and 7.5cm high respectively (3). £ 80 - 120
Lot 103
Richard Parkinson (British, 1927-1985)
Two birds
partially impressed marks
7.5cm and 4.5cm high (2). £ 50 - 80
Lot 104
Valerie Prescott (nee Bond) (British, b.1923)
Two primitive bird dishes, circa 1950
one initialled 'VB'
15cm across and 14cm across (2).

Valerie Bond spent a year at the Leach Pottery (1945-46) after a chance encounter with Michael Cardew. Following which she studied sculpture at the Royal College of Art under Frank Dobson and John Skeaping and later taught pottery at the Camberwell School of Art, joining the staff in 1951.

Her shapes at this point were based on primitive birds and she was encouraged by Hans Coper, who had seen her work at the Berkeley Gallery. Photographs of her birds were also shown at the Festival of Britain in London in 1951.

Literature:
see Marion Whybrow, The Leach Legacy: St. Ives Pottery & Its Influence, Sansom and Company, 1996, pp.72-72 and Geoff Hassell, Camberwell School of Arts & Crafts: 1943-1960, 1995, p.141 for similar examples of her primitive birds. £ 200 - 300
Lot 105
Denise Wren (British, 1891-1979)
Elephant with three riders, circa 1969-1975
clay
18cm across, 17cm high.

Provenance:
The Margot Coatts Collection.

Another example of Denise Wren's elephant figures can be found in the V&A Museum. £ 150 - 250
Lot 106
Lucie Rie (Austrian, 1902-1995) and Hans Coper (German, 1920-1981)
Bowl, with manganese rim
impressed both potter's seals
7cm high, 13.5cm diameter. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 107
Lucie Rie (Austrian, 1902-1995)
Pouring vessel, yellow glaze to the interior
potter's seal
8.5cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 108
Walter Keeler (British, b.1942)
Jug, with long spout
impressed potter's mark
21.5cm across, 13.5cm high.

Provenance:
The Margot Coatts Collection. £ 80 - 120
Lot 109
Colin Pearson (British, 1923-2007)
Winged sculpture
impressed potter's seal
13.5cm high, 16cm across. £ 200 - 300
Lot 110
Colin Pearson (British, 1923-2007)
Winged vessel, orange/pink glaze
impressed potter's seal
23cm high, 29.5cm across.

Provenance:
with The Peter Dingley Gallery, Stratford-on-Avon. £ 400 - 600
Lot 111
Walter Keeler (British, b.1942)
Jug, salt glazed
impressed potter's seal
23cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 112
Walter Keeler (British, b.1942)
Two jugs, salt glazed
impressed potter's seal
16cm and 11.5cm high (2). £ 80 - 120
Lot 113
David Jones
Winged vessel, raku with coloured and incised decoration
incised mark
13.5cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 114
Walter Keeler (British, b.1942)
Mound Monument, circa 1970-72
salt glazed with brushed dripped glaze
impressed potter's seal
28cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 115
Walter Keeler (British, b.1942)
Mound Monument
impressed potter's seal
17.5cm high, a 'cloud' handle pot and two further pieces (4). £ 80 - 120
Lot 116
Walter Keeler (British, b.1942)
Pot and cover, in grey with geometric finial
impressed potter's seal
16.5cm high.

Provenance:
with Adrian Sassoon, London. £ 200 - 300
Lot 117
Walter Keeler (British, b.1942)
Two handled dish, salt glazed with scrolled handles
impressed potter's seal
27cm across. £ 80 - 120
Lot 118
Eileen Lewenstein (British, 1925-2005)
Vase, mottled green and deep blue glaze
impressed potter's seal
15cm high. £ 60 - 100
Lot 119
Alan Caiger-Smith (British, b.1930)
Jug, 1983, blue brushwork motifs
potter's monogram and date cypher
28cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 120
Alan Caiger-Smith (British, b.1930)
Albarello, 1981, lustre, purple and gold brushwork
painted potter's monogram and date cypher
25cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 121
Laurence McGowan (British, b.1942)
Bowl, circa 1976-79, blue brushwork motifs
Aldermaston Pottery
painted potter's mark
22.5cm diameter. £ 60 - 100
Lot 122
Waistel Cooper (British, 1921-2003)
Vase, with band of grey/cream glaze
signed
12cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 123
Dart Pottery
Two jugs and three mugs, painted and slip trailed with flowers
some 'Poppy' design, designed by Janice Tchalenko
impressed pottery seal
the tallest jug 15.5cm high (5). £ 80 - 120
Lot 124
Jonathan Chiswell Jones (British, b.1944)
'Fish' two handled bowl
painted monogram
30cm across. £ 60 - 100
Lot 125
Jonathan Chiswell Jones (British, b.1944)
'Fish and seaweed' bowl, in copper and silver lustre
monogrammed and numbered '5628'
15cm high, 42cm diameter. £ 200 - 300
Lot 126
Peter Beard (British, b.1951)
Vessel, linear pattern
impressed potter's initials
24cm high. £ 60 - 100
Lot 127
Chris Carter (British, b.1945)
'Totemic' vessel and a twisted vessel
impressed potter's seal
31cm and 33cm high respectively (2). £ 100 - 200
Lot 128
Colin Kellam (British, b.1942)
Lamp base, decorated with blue flowers
impressed potter's seal
47cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 129
Derek Clarkson (British, b.1928)
Bowl, celadon with splashed sang de boeuf glaze
impressed potter's seal
11.5cm high, 14cm across. £ 40 - 70
Lot 130
Carolyn Genders (British, b.1957)
Three bowls
incised initials
the largest 14cm diameter (3).

Provenance:
The Margot Coatts Collection. £ 40 - 70
Lot 131
David Frith (British, b.1943)
'Water Lilies' charger
impressed potter's seal
36cm diameter. £ 100 - 200
Lot 132
Alan Wallwork (British, b.1931)
Pierced crescent form
incised initials
28.5cm across, 19.5cm high.

Provenance:
with Duncan Campbell Fine Art, London. £ 100 - 200
Lot 133
Aylesford Pottery
Teapot, with cane handle
impressed pottery mark
24.5cm across. £ 50 - 100
Lot 134
Ruthanne Tudball (American, b.1948)
Teapot and cover
impressed potter's seals
16cm across. £ 50 - 100
Lot 135
Ruthanne Tudball (American, b.1948)
Ginger jar and cover, combed decoration
impressed potter's seal
24cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 136
Deidre Burnett (British, b.1939)
Bowl, oxidised stoneware with swirling pattern
partially impressed potter's seal
29cm diameter. £ 80 - 120
Lot 137
Deidre Burnett (British, b.1939)
Vase, flared rim, speckled white glaze
impressed potter's seal
10cm high. £ 40 - 70
Lot 138
Chris Keenan (British, b.1960)
Vase, black tenmoku glaze
limoges porcelain
impressed potter's seal
24.5cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 139
Gabriele Koch (German, b.1948)
Vessel, smoke fired and burnished
incised signature
33cm high, 45cm across. £ 300 - 500
Lot 140
John Maltby (British, b.1936)
'Seabird', wall hanging tile
impressed potter's seal, signed and titled (to reverse)
the tile 6.5cm x 25.5cm. £ 150 - 250
Lot 141
John Maltby (British, b.1936)
Sailing boats, wall hanging tile
impressed potter's seal
the tile 9cm x 31cm. £ 150 - 250
Lot 142
Billy Adams (British, b.1962)
Ewer, gold loop handle and crackled surface
40.5cm high. £ 70 - 100
Lot 143
Loretta Braganza (British, Contemporary)
Elemental vessel, of flattened form
signed
21cm high, 22cm across. £ 80 - 120
Lot 144
Edmund de Waal (British, b.1964)
Jar and cover, crackled celadon glaze
partially impressed potter's seal
17.5cm high. £ 200 - 400
Lot 145
Jason Wason (British, b.1946)
Vessel, bronze glaze and two points to the rim
impressed potter's seal
15cm high, 17.5cm across. £ 70 - 100
Lot 146
Jason Wason (British, b.1946)
Large platter, interwoven
impressed potter's seal
52cm across. £ 250 - 350
Lot 147
Sandy Brown (British, b.1936)
Three octagonal plates, glazed abstract patterns
signed
29cm diameter (3). £ 80 - 120
Lot 148
Carol McNicoll (British, b.1943)
Cup and stand
incised signature
the stand 18cm across. £ 100 - 200
Lot 149
Jason Wason (British, b.1946)
Vessel, with incised banding
impressed potter's seal
51cm diameter.

Provenance:
with Joanna Bird, London. £ 200 - 400
Lot 150
Edmund De Waal (British, b.1964)
Jug, crackle glaze, squeezed body and red glazed rim
partially impressed potter's seal
9.5cm high. £ 200 - 400
Lot 151
Christie Keeney (British, b.1958)
Tree Planting, 2003
signed, titled and dated
40cm high. £ 60 - 100
Lot 152
Duncan Ross (British, b.1943)
Vase, grasses motifs
impressed potter's seal
18.5cm high. £ 200 - 400
Lot 153
Marianne de Trey (British, b.1913)
Pedestral bowl, porcelain with hatched decoration
impressed potter's seal
14cm high, 17.5cm diameter. £ 50 - 100
Lot 154
David Lloyd Jones (British, 1928-1994)
Pedestal bowl, bronzed drip glaze
impressed potter's seal
21cm high, 32cm diameter. £ 100 - 200
Lot 155
David Lloyd Jones (British, 1928-1994)
Shallow bowl, tenmoku patterned glaze
impressed potter's seal
41cm diameter. £ 100 - 200
Lot 156
David Lloyd Jones (British, 1928-1994)
Charger, turquoise with black resist decoration
indistinct impressed potter's seal
45.5cm diameter. £ 80 - 120
Lot 157
Douglas Phillips (British, b.1947)
Bowl, brushwork decoration
impressed potter's seal
41cm diameter, 17cm high £ 80 - 120
Lot 158
Marianne de Trey (British, b.1913)
Bowl, circa 1976, celadon glaze with incised fluted design
porcelain
impressed potter's seal
20cm diameter £ 60 - 100
Lot 159
Chris Keenan (British, b.1960)
Vase, tenmoku and celadon glaze
limoges porcelain
impressed potter's seal
18cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 160
Esperanza Romero (Spanish, b.1956)
Vase, 1986, asymmetrical with figures and winged horse
signed and dated
42cm high, 48cm across.

Provenance:
Lorbottle Hall Collection.

Esperanza Romero studied at the Camberwell School of Art (1977-1981) and then at the Royal College of Art. She was a student of Elizabeth Frisch, Eduardo Paolozzi, Alison Britton and David Hamilton amongst others. She also worked in the studio of Carol McNicoll and Colin Deeks. £ 80 - 120
Lot 161
Margery Clinton (British, 1931-2005)
Pair of lamp bases, with abstract lustre decoration
painted monogram
37cm high (2). £ 50 - 100
Lot 162
Alan Wallwork (British, b.1931)
Vessel, of ovoid form
incised initials
37cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 163
Robin Welch (British, b.1936)
Set of six mugs, cylindrical form with splashes of colour
impressed potter's seal
18cm high (6). £ 50 - 100
Lot 164
Robin Welch (British, b.1936)
Vase, 1987, tapering form and with banded coloured designs
impressed marks
20cm high, 21cm diameter. £ 120 - 180
Lot 165
Derek Clarkson (British, 1928-2013)
Two porcelain bowls
one with incised decorations between cobalt lines, 1988
the other with blue, iron red and gold brush work decoration
impressed potter's seals
11cm and 8cm respectively (2).

Provenance:
The Reverend Norman Smith Collection. £ 100 - 200
Lot 166
Ian Pirie (British, b.1951)
Vase, raku with applied abstact pieces to the top
impressed potter's seal
13.5cm high. £ 70 - 100
Lot 167
Carol McNicoll (British, b,1943)
Vase, of asymmetrical wave form
signed
26cm across, 26.5cm high.

Provenance:
with Adrian Sassoon, London, 1998.

Literature:
see Tanya Harrod and Rose Lee Goldberg, Carol McNicoll, Lund Humphries, 2003, p.76 for an example of this design in a differing colour way. £ 150 - 250
Lot 168
Carol McNicoll (British, b,1943)
Dish, of asymmetrical form
signed
19.5cm across. £ 50 - 100
Lot 169
Kate Wickham (British, b.1953)
Vase, 1984, of scroll form, decorated with the figure of a man
signed and dated
31.5cm across, 13.5cm high.

Provenance:
Lorbottle Hall Collection.

This piece is unusual as it dates from early in Kate Wickham's career. £ 60 - 100
Lot 170
Chris Carter (British, b.1945)
Jug, tenmoku glaze with iron brushwork decoration
impressed potter's seal
33cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 171
Ursula Mommens (British, 1908-2010)
Vase, crackled glaze
impressed potter's seal
24.5cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 172
John Maltby (British, b.1936)
Two pots and covers
each with red and green brush work motifs
the larger with impressed potter's seal
5cm and 4cm diameter (2). £ 50 - 80
Lot 173
Abdo Nagi (Yemen, 1941-2001)
Zoomorphic vessel, metallic glaze
impressed potter's seal
24.5cm high, 30cm across. £ 200 - 400
Lot 174
Salvatore Meli (Italian, b.1929)
Vessel, 1950s, painted with mask heads to each side
signed 'Meli - Roma' to one handle
47cm high, 57cm across.

Provenance:
Sotheby's, New Bond Street, London, 29 October 1996, Lot 133. £ 600 - 800
Lot 175
Siddig El Nigoumi (Sudanese, 1931-1996)
Dish, incised fish decoration
incised signature
37cm x 33.5cm. £ 100 - 200
Lot 176
Daniel Montmollin (French, b.1921)
Double gourd vase, speckled iron red glaze on black
impressed 'D. TAIZE'
19cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 177
Gisele Buthod Garcon (French, b.1954)
Vase, raku with green lustre glaze
impressed potter's marks
25.5cm high.

Provenance:
with Beaux Arts, Bath. £ 150 - 250
Lot 178
Abdo Nagi (Yemen, 1941-2001)
Vase, turquoise lustre glaze
impressed potter's seal
20cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 179
Abdo Nagi (Yemen, 1941-2001)
Vessel, iridescent glaze
impressed potter's seal
25cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 180
Abdo Nagi (Yemen, 1941-2001)
Bowl, bronzed rim
impressed potter's seal
39cm diameter. £ 100 - 200
Lot 181
Ken Matsuzaki (Japanese, b.1950)
Vase, brushed hakame splashes
impressed potter's seal
26cm high. £ 500 - 700
Lot 182
Poh Chap Yeap (Malaysian, b.1927)
Vase, crackled with splashes of coloured glaze
incised signature
16.5cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 183
Kokyu Takimoto (Japanese, b.1947)
Bowl
incised mark
8.5cm high, 15cm diameter. £ 40 - 60
Lot 184
Takeshi Yasuda (Japanese, b.1943)
Two 'Squirrel' milk jugs, creamware
potter's labels (to base)
17cm and 14cm high (2). £ 100 - 200
Lot 185
Laura du Toit (South African, Contemporary)
'Lizard' vessel, 2005, raku
signed and dated
28cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 186
Eric James Mellon (British, b.1925)
Maiden, Moon Goddess and Mermaid Embracing a Man, 2001
signed, dated and inscribed in pen
ceramic tiles in hedge and tree glazes
19.75cm x 10cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 187
Eric James Mellon (British, b.1925)
Carlene and Cockerel
signed and inscribed in pen
ceramic tiles in hedge and tree glazes
19.75cm x 10cm. £ 60 - 100
Lot 188
Eric James Mellon (British, b.1925)
Tapir with Crow, 2004
signed, dated, and inscribed in pen
ceramic tiles in hedge and tree glazes
9.5cm x 19.75cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 189
Eric James Mellon (British, b.1925)
Pluto entertains Persephone
8/20, artist's proof, signed, numbered and inscribed in pencil (in the margin)
woodcut
29cm x 19cm. £ 60 - 100
Lot 190
Eric James Mellon (British, b.1925)
Angel from the Ballagh Series and Dreaming
each artist's proofs, the latter numbered 7/50
each signed, titled and inscribed in pencil (in the margin)
aquatints in colour
14.5cm x 19cm and 15.5cm x 13cm (2). £ 50 - 100
Lot 191
Eric James Mellon (British, b.1925)
Between the Angel and the Devil
1/2, artist's proof, signed, numbered and inscribed in pencil in the margin
lithograph
24cm x 20cm and another, Table, 1946, 3/8, 12.5cm x 9.5cm (2). £ 50 - 100
Lot 192
Eric James Mellon (British, b.1925)
Nude, 1978
signed and dated in pencil
pencil
27cm x 17cm. £ 60 - 100
Lot 193
Eric James Mellon (British, b.1925)
Pluto & Persophone, Venus & Cupid, and another Pluto & Persophone
each 1/50, artist's proof, signed, titled and inscribed in pencil (in the margin)
etchings
24.5cm x 19cm and 15cm x 19.5cm respectively, unframed (2). £ 40 - 70
Lot 194
Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983)
Dish, painted with a wading bird, Wenford Bridge
impressed potter's and pottery seals
36cm x 27cm.

Provenance:
with New Craftsman, St. Ives, 1981. £ 400 - 600
Lot 195
Danlami Aliyu (Nigerian, 1952-2012)
Teapot and cover, incised spiral and foliate motifs, Wenford Bridge
impressed potter's and pottery seals
25cm across. £ 80 - 120
Lot 196
John Bedding (British, b.1947)
Vase, celadon, St. Ives
impressed potter's and pottery seal
26cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 197
David Leach (British, 1911-2005)
Teapot and cover, celadon, cut sided, Lowerdown Pottery
impressed pottery mark
15cm across. £ 100 - 200
Lot 198
David Leach (British, 1911-2005)
Teapot and cover, painted motifs, Lowerdown Pottery
impressed potter's and pottery seals
17cm across. £ 80 - 120
Lot 199
David Leach (British, 1911-2005)
Bowl, cut sided with tenmoku glaze, Lowerdown Pottery
impressed pottery seal
9.5cm high, 13cm diameter. £ 100 - 200
Lot 200
David Leach (British, 1911-2005)
Teapot and cover, tenmoku glaze, cut sided
impressed potter's seal
20cm across. £ 30 - 60
Lot 201
David Leach (British, 1911-2005)
Bowl, painted with grass motifs
impressed potter's seal
11.5cm high, 21cm diameter. £ 100 - 200
Lot 202
Janet Leach (American, 1918-1997)
Vase, decorated with blue birds, St. Ives
impressed potter's and pottery seals
16.5cm high. £ 60 - 100
Lot 203
Leach Pottery
Bowl, brushwork tenmoku decoration
impressed St. Ives pottery seal
22.5cm diameter. £ 50 - 100
Lot 204
William Marshall (British, 1923-2007)
Teapot and cover, blue brushwork grass decoration, St. Ives
'XXX' mark and impressed pottery seal
16cm across. £ 80 - 120
Lot 205
William Marshall (British, 1923-2007)
'Rock Face' porcelain bottle, brush work grass motifs
impressed potter's seal and impressed 'England'
18.5cm high.

Provenance:
with Beaux Arts, Bath, 1984. £ 200 - 400
Lot 206
William Marshall (British, 1923-2007)
Slab vase, tenmoku brush work grass motifs, St. Ives
impressed potter's and pottery seals
17cm across, 16cm across. £ 200 - 400
Lot 207
William Marshall (British, 1923-2007)
Vase, cut sided, tenmoku drip glaze
impressed potter's seal
25.5cm high. £ 200 - 400
Lot 208
William Marshall (British, 1923-2007)
Slab vase, two lug handles, tenmoku brushwork grass decoration, St. Ives
impressed potter's and pottery seals and impressed 'England'
23cm high, 18.5cm across. £ 200 - 400
Lot 209
William Marshall (British, 1923-2007)
Vase, bottle form, with long faceted neck, tenmoku, St. Ives
impressed potter's and pottery seals
19.5cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 210
Shoji Hamada (Japanese, 1894-1978)
Slab vase, tenmoku glaze with brush work motifs, resist decoration
20cm high, 17cm across.

Provenance:
with Leach Pottery, St. Ives, 1971. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 211
Harry Davis (British, 1910-1986)
Bowl, resist decorated
15.5cm diameter and another, 15.5cm diameter (2). £ 50 - 100
Lot 212
Michael Casson (British, 1925-2003)
Bowl, tenmoku glaze
impressed potter's seal
15.5cm high, 22cm diameter. £ 80 - 120
Lot 213
Sheila Casson (British, b.1930)
Bowl, inside decorated
impressed potter's seal
15cm diameter. £ 50 - 100
Lot 214
Betty Blandino (British, 1927-2011)
Vase, of coiled form, wide mottled blue rim
impressed potter's seal
25cm high, and one further vase, 20cm high (2). £ 100 - 200
Lot 215
Betty Blandino (British, 1927-2011)
Bowl, turquoise glazed rim
impressed potter's seal
12.5cm high, 19.5cm diameter and two further smaller bowls, 10cm and 8.5cm high (3). £ 60 - 100
Lot 216
Barry Guppy (British, b.1937)
Bowl, pierced in turquoise and white glaze
13cm high, 21cm diameter. £ 80 - 120
Lot 217
Lucy Rie (Austrian, 1902-1995)
Bowl, flaring out, porcelain with bronzed drip rim and painted red disc to the centre
circa 1974
impressed potter's seal
7.5cm high, 19cm diameter. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 218
Lucie Rie (Austrian, 1902-1995)
Bowl, blue glazed to the interior
impressed potter's seal
8cm high, 15cm diameter. £ 600 - 900
Lot 219
Rupert Spira (British, b.1960)
Bowl, blue and white glaze
impressed potter's seal
6cm high, 15cm diameter. £ 60 - 100
Lot 220
Rupert Spira (British, b.1960)
Bowl, porcelain, copper red glaze
impressed potter's seal
10cm high, 12.5cm diameter. £ 80 - 120
Lot 221
David Emms (British, 1929-2004)
Teapot and cover, tenmoku with hatched decoration
impressed potter's seal
17cm across. £ 60 - 100
Lot 222
Mary Rich (British, b.1940)
Vase, porcelain, turquoise with geometric gold decoration
impressed potter's seal
10cm high, another vase, 8cm high, and a pedestal dish, 14.5cm diameter (3). £ 60 - 100
Lot 223
Edmund de Waal (British, b.1964)
Jug, celadon
impressed potter's seal
16cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 224
David Lloyd Jones (British, 1928-1994)
Bowl, celadon with bronzed rim
impressed potter's seal
19.5cm diameter. £ 50 - 100
Lot 225
John Ward (British, b.1938)
Vase, asymmetrical rim, green speckled
impressed potter's seal
11cm high, 11.5cm across. £ 80 - 120
Lot 226
David White (British, 1934-2011)
Bowl, crackleware
impressed potter's seal
10cm high, 19.5cm diameter. £ 40 - 70
Lot 227
Sheila Fournier (British, 1930-2001)
Two bowls, porcelain painted with blue foliate sprigs
incised potter's marks
11.5cm x and 9.5cm diameter (2). £ 50 - 80
Art Pottery
Lot 228
Daisy Makeig-Jones (British, 1881-1945) for Wedgwood
A Fairyland lustre octagonal bowl, 'Bird in a Hoop and Rainbow Landscape' to the interior, 'Gargoyle' pattern to the exterior, factory back stamp and numbered 'Z4968', 17.5cm diameter, 8.5cm high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 229
A Troika cylindrical vase, with banded geometric decoration, signed 'TROIKA, ENGLAND' (to the base), 18.5cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 230
Keith Murray for Wedgwood
'Football' vase, matt turquoise glaze, printed factory mark, 15.5cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 231
Keith Murray for Wedgwood
Pair of 'Football' vases, in matt cream glaze, printed factory mark, 15cm high (2). £ 300 - 500
Lot 232
Royal Copenhagen
A porcelain flask vase, pre-1922, with landscape and berry branch design, factory marks, 16.5cm high. £ 60 - 100
Lot 233
Le Corbusier for Prunier
'Les Mains', two plates, with the image of three hands caressing each other, printed factory marks, 24cm and 20cm diameter (2).

Le Corbusier designed this dinner service for the Prunier restaurant in London, inspired from the tapestry Les Mains. £ 50 - 100
Lot 234
C. L. Burns (British, 19th Century)
'The Pied Piper of Hamlin', 1882, an Aesthetic Movement charger, hand painted, signed and dated, 37 cm diameter.

C. L. Burns studied under Sir Hubert von Herkomer at the School of Art at Bushey, Hertfordshire. £ 100 - 150
Lot 235
Martin Hunt for Hornsea
'Concept' range vase, in burgundy, factory stamp, 30cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 236
Fantoni for Raymor
An Italian vase decorated with ladies in black and white dresses, partial factory mark, 25cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 237
Ruth Paverley for Poole Pottery
'Snow Goose' charger, circa 1958, hand painted, factory back stamp and painted marks, 33.5cm diameter. £ 80 - 120
Lot 238
A Poole Pottery jug, circa 1952-1955, decorated by Jean Cockram, pattern 'PC', painted with bluebirds and flowers, painter's cypher and factory back stamp, 16cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 239
A Doulton Lambeth owl jar and cover, probably designed by Mark Marshall, removable head and tube-lined feathers, impressed factory mark, 16cm high. £ 200 - 400
Lot 240
A Doulton 'Booby' trump whist marker, in the form of a grotesque, originally modelled by Leslie Harradine, 'TN' monogram, impressed factory mark, 10cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 241
A Royal Worcester cabinet plate in the Aesthetic Style, 1881, decorated with stork, flowers and berries in gold and platinum on a red ground, factory backstamp, 23cm diameter. £ 40 - 70
Lot 242
William Moorcroft (British, 1872-1945)
A 'King George V - Silver Jubilee' commemorative mug, painted inscription, faint painted marks, 11.5cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 243
A pair of Minton Secessionist vases, blue trailing flower pattern, shape 3319, printed 'Minton Ltd' mark, 31cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 244
A Minton Secessionist bowl, pattern no.32, printed 'Minton Ltd' mark, 17.5cm diameter. £ 70 - 100
Lot 245
Clarice Cliff (British, 1899-1972)
A teddy bear bookend, Fantasque range, factory backstamp, 11cm across. £ 80 - 120
Lot 246
Clarice Cliff (British, 1899-1972)
A dish with Persian flower design, in reds and cream, factory back stamp, 25cm diameter. £ 60 - 100
Lot 247
Charlotte Rhead (British, 1885-1947)
A Bursley Ware jug, in 'Blue Peony' pattern, factory back stamp and inscribed pattern no. 'TL43', 25.5cm high and another Bursley Ware jug, with stylised green leaf design, pattern no. 'TL2', 11cm high (2). £ 50 - 100
Lot 248
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973)
Scene de tauromachie
dated '25.11.53.' (in reverse upper right)
stamped 'Madoura/Empreinte Originale de Picasso' (to base)
partially glazed ceramic bowl
17.5cm diameter.

Conceived on 21 November 1954 and executed in an edition of 100 £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 249
Martin Brothers
Vase, with long stemmed blue flowers, 1893
incised 'Martin Bros., London & Southall, 10-1893'
23cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 250
Martin Brothers
Vase, with raised points to the body, 1894
incised 'Martin Bros., London, 4-94'
17.5cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 251
Martin Brothers
Vase, with wrythen scallop shell motifs
incised 'Martin, London'
21cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 252
Martin Brothers
Jug, black foliate scrolling motifs
incised 'Martin Bros., London & Southall'
21.5cm high. £ 200 - 400
Lot 253
William Moorcroft (British, 1872-1945) for James Macintyre and Co.
'Poppies, tulips and forget-me-nots' Florian ware vase
underglaze green signature, Macintyre back stamp, impressed '163' and painted mark 'M.2947'
24.5cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 254
William Moorcroft (British, 1872-1945) for James Macintyre and Co.
'Blue poppy' Florian ware vase, with undulating rim
underglaze turquoise signature, Macintyre back stamp, and registration no. 401753
13cm high, 15.5cm diameter. £ 80 - 120
Lot 255
William Moorcroft (British, 1872-1945) for James Macintyre and Co.
'Blue poppy' Florian ware two handled goblet
underglaze green signature, Macintyre back stamp, and registration no. 401753
19cm high. £ 200 - 400
Lot 256
George J. Cox for Mortlake Pottery
Vase, 1913, decorated in a lavender glaze
incised monogram, date and 'Mortlake'
22cm high.

Mortlake Pottery was established by George Cox in Mortlake around 1910, and ceased when Cox moved to America in 1914.

These Arts & Crafts potters were inspired by early Chinese wares and glazes. Cox had studied at the Royal College of Art where his work was well regarded. £ 80 - 120
Lot 257
George J. Cox for Mortlake Pottery
Vase, 1913, decorated in crackled turquoise, green and red glaze
incised monogram, date and 'Mortlake'
33cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 258
George J. Cox for Mortlake Pottery
Vase, 1913, decorated in a cream glaze with streaks of green, lug handles
incised monogram, date and 'Mortlake'
25cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 259
George J. Cox and Edward James Baker for Mortlake Pottery
Vase, 1911, decorated with an applied Chinese dragon in green and red glaze
incised monogram 'GJC and EJB', date and 'Mortlake'
17cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 260
George J. Cox for Mortlake Pottery
Vase, 1913, decorated in streaked brown glaze
incised monogram, date and 'Mortlake'
18cm high and another in green glaze, 1913, 23cm high (2). £ 80 - 120
Lot 261
George J. Cox for Mortlake Pottery
Vase, decorated in a dripped turquoise glaze
incised monogram, date and 'Mortlake'
13.5cm high and another, 1912, in green and grey glaze, 9.5cm high (2). £ 70 - 100
Lot 262
George J. Cox and Edward James Baker for Mortlake Pottery
Vase, 1912, decorated in a deep blue glaze
incised monogram 'GJC and EJB', date and 'Mortlake'
15cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 263
Ashworth Pottery
A pair of vases, circa 1910, shape no. 78, each with yellow dripped lustre glaze on slightly differing grounds, stamped 'Ashworth' and shape number, each 13cm high (2). £ 80 - 120
Lot 264
Ashworth Pottery
A pair of vases, shape no. 43, one with yellow and orange lustre glaze, stamped 'Ashworth', the other in sang de boeuf glaze, 1911, incised 'Ashworth', dated and glaze codes, each 12cm high (2). £ 80 - 120
Lot 265
Ashworth Pottery
Three miniature sang de boeuf lustre vases, circa 1910, each stamped 'Ashworth', 12.5cm, 10.5cm and 8cm high (3). £ 60 - 100
Lot 266
Ashworth Pottery
Three lustre vases, circa 1911, two with running brown glaze, the other with graduated glaze, two stamped 'Ashworth', the other with painted signature and dated, 16cm, 15.5cm and 15cm high (3). £ 100 - 200
Lot 267
Clarice Cliff (British, 1899-1972)
'Autumn Crocus' breakfast set
comprising teapot, coffee pot, vase, water jug, sugar bowl, preserve pot and cover, milk jug, cream jug, another bowl, four egg cups and stand, six coffee cups and saucers, six tea cups and saucers, six tea plates and a larger plate, manufacturers back stamps (51). £ 300 - 500
Lot 268
Three Carlton Ware money boxes, circa 1970s, two in the form of trains, in orange and lime green colour ways, each 14.5cm across, the other in the form of a face, 15.5cm high, each with factory back stamp (3). £ 60 - 100
Lot 269
An Alfred Meakin 'Carousel' fairground three piece tea set, 1950s, comprising teapot, cup and stand, factory back stamps, the dish 26.5cm across (3). £ 40 - 70
Lot 270
David Byrne for Rosenthal
'Aliens', 2001, a coffee set designed for The Illy Collection 2001
comprising sugar bowl and cover in the form of a space ship, four cups and saucers in the forms of alien heads each with differing coloured eyes, all with factory marks, cased in its original alien space ship casing, the space ship 46cm diameter. £ 150 - 250
Lot 271
Carl Harry Stalhane for Rostrand of Sweden
Bowl, dappled green glaze, circa 1950s
incised monogram and Rostrand mark
18.5cm across, 9cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 272
William Moorcroft (British, 1872-1945)
'Big Poppy' vase, circa 1920s
green underglazed signature and impressed 'Moorcroft'
20cm high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 273
William Moorcroft (British, 1872-1945)
'Blue Pansy' vase, circa 1920s
painted initials 'Moorcroft/Made in England'
9cm high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 274
William Moorcroft (British, 1872-1945)
'Leaf and Berry' flambe dish, circa 1930s
printed blue signature and impressed 'Potter to HM The Queen'
19cm diameter. £ 250 - 350
Lot 275
Moorcroft
'Orchid' vase, stamped 'Moorcroft, Made in England', 7.5cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 276
Manner of Otto Lindig and the Bauhaus School
Teapot and cover, white glaze, cane handle
impressed 'KMK Germany'
16cm across. £ 50 - 80
Lot 277
Dr. Christopher Dresser for Minton
Teapot and cover, 1881, designed by Christopher Dresser
with overhead bifurcated handle, printed red border in the Aesthetic taste
impressed 'MINTONS', date code and painted pattern number
17cm across. £ 100 - 150
Lot 278
Dr. Christopher Dresser for Minton
Three piece tea set, 1881, designed by Christopher Dresser
with red seaweed decoration and gold rims, comprising teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug
each piece impressed 'MINTONS', the teapot also with design registration lozenge and impressed date code
the teapot 21cm across (3). £ 100 - 200
Lot 279
Reginald Haggar for Minton
A novelty 'Noah's Ark' pattern cup and saucer, 1930
printed globe mark, impressed 'MINTONS' and date code
the saucer 22.5cm across.

Reginald Haggar's Noah's Ark pattern was introduced in March 1930 and exhibited at Buenos Aires in 1931. Production was very limited. See Joan Jones, Minton: Two Hundred Years, p.260. £ 100 - 200
Lot 280
A Minton cabinet plate in the Aesthetic Movement style, deep blue and gold with peacock feathers in turquoise, NP6019 pattern number, 26cm diameter. £ 40 - 70
Lot 281
Martin Brothers
R. W. Martin stoneware wall hanging vesta, with foliate motifs
stamped 'R. W. Martin, Southall'
15cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 282
A Poole Pottery 'Yellow Bird' vase, shape no. 337, pattern no. LE, 25cm high. £ 60 - 80
Lot 282a
A Burmantofts grotesque dragon jug, shape no. 549, in amber glaze, impressed 'Burmantofts, Faience, England', 38.5cm high. £ 150 - 250
Art Glass
Lot 283
Moser (attributed to)
A glass vase with enamel gilt floral border, 26.5cm high. £ 60 - 100
Lot 284
Stevens and Williams
A cameo glass bowl, pale blue, decorated with flowering branch, silver plated rim, 6cm high, 10.5cm across. £ 300 - 400
Lot 285
Stevens and Williams
A cameo glass biscuit barrel, turquoise, decorated with flowering fushia branches, silver plated cover and handle, with applied leaf decoration, 20cm high overall. £ 400 - 600
Lot 286
Stevens and Williams
A miniature cameo glass vase, turquoise, decorated with flowering branch, 9cm high. £ 300 - 400
Lot 287
Thomas Webb & Sons
A cameo glass vase, ruby and white overlaid, decorated with flowering branch, 7.5cm high, 11cm across. £ 400 - 600
Lot 288
A Legras winter and snow scene vase, circa 1910, enamelled with trees in a snow filled landscape, signed 'Legras', 25.5cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 289
A Legras cameo tree and river landscape vase, signed 'Legras', on gilt metal base, 16.5cm high. £ 300 - 400
Lot 290
Emile Gallé (French, 1846-1904)
A cameo glass vase, circa 1906-14, acid-etched with a landscape design, in yellow overlaid brown, cameo signed, 15.5cm high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 291
Muller Freres of Luneville
A cameo glass vase, overlaid and acid etched in pinks and purples with peonies, buds and leaves, signed in cameo, 26.5cm high. £ 700 - 900
Lot 292
Thomas Webb & Sons
A satin vase, late 19th Century, of golden yellow colour over white, turned over rim, 12.5cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 293
Simon Gates for Orrefors
A drinking set, in smoky grey colour way, produced 1922-1965
comprising five champagne glasses, seven red wine glasses, seven white wine glasses, nine tumblers and a decanter
the decanter 35cm high, the wine glasses 16cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 294
Otto Prutscher for Meyr's Neff
Vase, circa 1910-11
with blue seam cutting
30cm high.

Literature:
see Waltraud Neuwirth, Glass 1905-1925, Vienna, Volume I, illustration 188 for an example of this vase. £ 300 - 500
Lot 295
Koloman Moser and Robert Holubetz for Bakalowits
A rare large iridescent green glass vase, circa 1901
with wide rim and long slender neck
39cm high.

Literature:
see Rudolf Leopold, Koloman Moser - Wemer Fenz, Residenz Verlag, Vienna, 1984, pp.86-87 for an example of a smaller version of this vase. £ 400 - 600
Lot 296
A Mdina Fish vase, 1975, with polished facets to one side, inscribed, dated and signed indistinctly by the artist, 23.5cm high, 17cm across and a Mdina 'Sculptural' bottle with four cut facets, 1975, inscribed and dated, 19cm high (2). £ 80 - 120
Lot 297
A Mdina 'Cut Ice' Fish vase, in turquoise and yellow colour way, with polished facets to one side, 23.5cm high, 19.5cm across. £ 200 - 300
Lot 298
A Mdina frosted Fish vase, in turquoise and green colour way, signed 'Mdina', 28cm high, 19cm across. £ 50 - 100
Lot 299
A Mdina Fish vase, probably by Michael Harris, in purple and clear glass colour way, 28cm high, 24cm across. £ 150 - 250
Lot 300
Timo Sarpaneva for Iittala
Okridea glass vase
signed and numbered 356 and with Iittala label
15cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 301
Sven Palmquist for Orrefors
Vase, in smoky grey and clear glass
signed 'Orrefors pu 3591/15'
23.5cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 302
Timo Sarpaneva for Iittala
'Finlandia' series glass bowl
signed and numbered 3357
9cm high, 17cm diameter. £ 70 - 100
Lot 303
Daum of France
L'Automobile, clear and frosted glass
signed
31cm across, 13.5cm high. £ 200 - 400
Lot 304
Three Okra iridescent vases, factory marks, the tallest 11.5cm high. £ 40 - 70
Lot 305
Tiffany Studios
A rare butterfly lamp screen, circa 1910
leaded glass
29cm across, 15cm high.

Literature:
see Alastair Duncan, Tiffany Lamps & Metalware, Antique Collectors Club, 2006, no.1656 shows a similar model from the original Tiffany catalogue.

These lamp screens were designed by the Tiffany Studios as pendants, suspended on metal chains from the interior of the lamp shades to deflect the glare of the electric glass bulbs inside the shade. They were also designed in the form of moths, dragonflies and winged nude figures, in the high Art Nouveau manner. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 306
Sam Herman (British, b.1936)
Freeform glass vase, swirling multi-coloured iridescent design
signed and with paper label
17cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 307
Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars
A 'Nuts and Bolts' tangerine glass vase, circa 1969-73
pat. no. 9668, originally designed in 1966
26.5cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 308
Peter Layton (Czech, b.1937)
'Mirage' range glass vase, circa 2000
signed, cased with multi-layered inclusions
16cm high.

The Mirage series was originally inspired by a visit to Petra, the prehistoric city built from sedimentary rock in the middle of the desert. £ 250 - 350
Lot 309
Monart (attributed to)
A mottled orange and black glass vase, 20cm high. £ 60 - 100
Lot 310
Bertil Vallien (Swedish, b.1938) for Boda
'Network' glass vase, artist collection
etched (to the base)
21.5cm high. £ 70 - 100
Lot 311
Timo Sarpaneva (Finnish, 1926-2006) for Iittala
'Pullo' bird bottle vase, in aubergine colourway
originally designed in 1956
incised and numbered '2501'
16.5cm high.

This design was exhibited at the 1957 Milan Triennale. £ 50 - 100
Lot 312
James Powell & Sons and Whitefriars (attributed to)
A wave-ribbed glass vase, circa 1920s
in golden amber colour way
29cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 313
Ada Loumani (French, Contemporary)
Vase, 1989, pink iridescent glass with toffee coloured trailed glass
signed and dated
23.5cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 314
Rene Lalique (French, 1860-1945)
'Mures' vase (Marcilhac 1058)
originally designed in 1930
frosted glass heightened with blue staining
stencilled 'R. LALIQUE FRANCE'
18.5cm high. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 315
Rene Lalique (French, 1860-1945)
Cassis, menu holder (Marcilhac 3512)
frosted glass
etched 'R. Lalique'
5cm across. £ 50 - 100
Lot 316
James Couper & Sons (attributed to)
A 'Clutha' style brown glass vase, knop to the neck, swirled inclusions, 27cm high,
and a similar miniature vase, 8cm high (2). £ 80 - 120
Lot 317
Dr. Christopher Dresser (attributed to) for Hukin and Heath
Glass and electro-plated hors-d'oeuvres set, circa 1885
three curved rectangular dishes set on a plated stand
stamped 'H&H' and design number '18018'
26.5cm across. £ 80 - 120
Lot 318
Daum of Nancy and Louis Majorelle
Bowl, orange glass with gold foil inclusions and wrought iron mount
signed 'Daum Nancy, L. Majorelle'
11cm high, 18cm across. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 319
Daum of Nancy and Louis Majorelle
Bowl, pink glass with gold foil inclusions and wrought iron mount
signed 'Daum Nancy, France, L. Majorelle'
7cm high, 28cm across. £ 100 - 200
Lot 320
Muller Freres of Luneville
A frosted glass and wrought iron hanging light, with three hanging glass shades, the glass with flower head motifs, the wrought iron with foliate and berry decoration, signed 'Muller Freres Luneville' to the central shade, 50cm across £ 350 - 450
Lot 321
Rene Lalique (French, 1860-1945)
'Poissons' dish
opalescent glass
moulded 'R LALIQUE'
27cm diameter. £ 200 - 400
Lot 322
A set of eight Art Deco glass beakers, in the manner of Edvard Hald for Orrefors, cut and engraved with Art Deco sporting scenes, including polo players, golf, shooting and hunting, swimming, sailing and rowing, skiing and horse racing, five 12.5cm high, three 11.5cm high (8). £ 100 - 200
Lot 323
Eric Hoglund (Swedish, 1932-1998) or Ekenas (attributed to)
A blue glass 'Adam and Eve' suncatcher, 22cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 324
Rene Lalique (French, 1860-1945)
'Ondine' bowl
originally designed in 1921
opalescent glass
moulded 'R.LALIQUE' and wheel-cut 'France'
20.5cm diameter. £ 600 - 800
Lot 325
Tapio Wirkkala (Finnish, 1915-1985) for Littala
Tokio vase, 1955
engraved Tapio Wirkkala - Iittala - 55 (to the base)
glass
18cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 326
Baccarat of France
Black Panther
black crystal glass
signed 'Baccarat' and with manufacturers stamp
25.5cm long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 327
Daum of France
A pate de verre scarab beetle and ladybird dish
after designs by Almaric Walter
signed 'Daum, France'
16cm across. £ 200 - 300
Lot 328
Daum of France
A pate de verre lizard and moth dish
after designs by Almaric Walter
signed 'Daum, France'
20cm across. £ 200 - 300
Lot 329
Goran Warff for Kosta Boda
An asymmetrical twisted clear glass vase
signed and numbered '48729' (to base)
20cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 330
Kjell Engman for Kosta Boda
Jug, yellow body, purple striations to the neck and red glass handle
signed, inscribed and numbered '89065'
27cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 331
Daum of France
A pate de verre 'Roses' vase, in pink and green glass
signed 'Daum France'
28.5cm high. £ 400 - 700
Lot 332
Cenedese of Murano
A deep blue glass vase with multi-coloured band of glass threads to the centre
etched 'Cenedese'
26cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 333
Roger Tye (British, 20th Century)
'Flame' bowl, free form red glass, with numerous red glass drops inset to the bowl, signed 'Phoenix Hot Glass', 41.5cm across. £ 80 - 120
Lot 334
Emile Gallé (French, 1846-1904)
A cameo glass vase, circa 1905, acid-etched with a water lily and pond design, in purple overlaid yellow, cameo signed, 13.5cm high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 335
Daum of Nancy
A dandelion cameo acid-etched vase
green and turquoise over purple ground
cameo 'Daum Nancy' mark with Cross of Lorraine
19.5cm high. £ 200 - 400
Furniture
Lot 337
Heals & Sons
A walnut kneehole writing desk, one long drawer flanked by two short drawers to either side, inset 'Heals & Sons Ltd.' ivorine label (to the top right hand side drawer), 76.5cm high, 98cm across, 53cm deep. £ 300 - 500
Lot 338
Thornton and Downer of Chipping Campden
A Cotswold School steel bucket, with applied rose head motifs to the wide border, incised patterning to the top rim, bottom rim and the two ring handles, 33.5cm high, 31.5cm diameter.

Bill Thornton and Charley Downer joined the Guild of Handicraft in East London, before coming to Campden in 1902 as the Guild blacksmiths. In 1908, when the Guild entered liquidation they stayed on making ornamental ironwork.

They were noted to use the half moon punches, seen around the edge of this bucket and the Guild blacksmiths also produced some copper tiles not dissimilar to the larger designs round the rim.

We would like to thank Mary Greensted for helping to catalogue this lot. £ 100 - 200
Lot 339
Gordon Russell (British, 1892-1980) of Broadway
An oak gate leg occasional table, originally designed in 1924 by Gordon Russell, design number 250, twin octagonal supports to each side, central octagonal stem and chamfered cross stretcher, 69cm high, 57cm diameter. £ 200 - 300
Lot 340
Cotswold School
A nest of three tables, originally designed in 1927 by Gordon Russell, design number 611, line inlay, tapering legs, the largest 56cm high, 44cm across. £ 100 - 200
Lot 341
Zanotta of Italy
An occasional table, with cast iron base and circular red granite top, cast manufacturers mark 'Zanotta/Made in Italy', 44.5cm high, 59.5cm diameter. £ 50 - 100
Lot 342
An Art Nouveau continental walnut firescreen, carved with flower heads to the top rail, 87.5cm high, 78cm across. £ 200 - 300
Lot 343
Carl Jacobs (British, b.1925) for Kandya Ltd.
A 'Jason' stacking side chair, C2, designed in 1950, laminated beech, 'Kandya' label, reg. design 871266, 70.5cm high, 50.5cm across. £ 100 - 150
Lot 344
An Arts & Crafts hammered copper wall mirror, embossed long stemmed Art Nouveau flowers, 59.5cm x 57.5cm. £ 100 - 200
Lot 345
Liberty & Co. of London
An oak throne chair, padded brass-studded leather green seat, circular finials above chamfered square section front legs, 'Liberty & Co. Ltd, London' label, 68cm wide. £ 250 - 350
Lot 346
Liberty & Co. of London
A pair of high back oak armchairs, curved arms, seven splats and shaped top rail, 63cm across (2). £ 150 - 250
Lot 347
Gordon Russell of Broadway
A mahogany and beech coffee table, circa 1957, designed by Trevor Chinn, on tapering legs, 'Gordon Russell Limited, Broadway, Worcs' copper label, 121cm across, 29cm high.

Literature:
see Austerity to affluence: British Art and Design 1945-1962, cat. no. F48 for a similar example. £ 60 - 100
Lot 348
A JVC 'Sputnik' Videosphere, circa 1970, white plastic, with hanging chain and stand, 31cm high overall. £ 80 - 120
Lot 349
An Arts and Crafts mahogany square occasional table, after designs by Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott, four splayed legs with buttress supports and turned spindles, 65.5cm high, 43cm across. £ 300 - 500
Lot 350
Bror Marklund (Swedish, 1907-1977)
A modernist rectangular low table, with Surrealist battle scene to the top, painted black pine frame, printed 'Bror Marklund' signature to the top, 50cm high, 138cm across, 83cm deep. £ 200 - 400
Lot 351
Richard Norman Shaw (British, 1831-1912)
Hampton Court armchair, probably manufactured by William Morris & Co., mahogany frame and rush seat, 60cm across.

Literature:
see Morris & Company catalogue of c.1910 for a similar example. £ 100 - 200
Lot 352
Gordon Russell (British, 1892-1980) of Broadway
A long oak stool, 1926, designed by Gordon Russell, design no. 450/c, on eight bobbin turned tapering legs, rush seat, joined by shaped stretchers and turned spindles, 41cm height, 133cm long, 39.5cm deep.

Provenance:
The Gordon Russell Museum, Broadway. £ 200 - 400
Lot 353
Gordon Russell (British, 1892-1980) of Broadway
A 'Campden' dining suite, 1962, designed by W. H. Russell, mahogany and Indian laurel, comprising sideboard and extending dining table, together with four standard and two carver mahogany chairs designed by W.H. Russell in 1950, the sideboard 153cm long.

Provenance:
The Gordon Russell Museum, Broadway. £ 300 - 500
Lot 354
John Pearson (British, fl.1885-1910)
A 'Galleon and Rising Sun' Arts & Crafts hammered copper wall panel, initialled 'J.P.' (to reverse), 25.5cm x 104cm. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 355
Manner of Curtis Jere (American, 20th Century)
An abstract reflective wall sculpture, 61cm across. £ 80 - 120
Lot 356
Gio Ponti (Italian, 1891-1979) (attributed to) for Cassina
A pair of 'Superleggera' chairs, originally designed in 1950, ebonised and with rush seats, 83cm high, 42cm across (2). £ 100 - 200
Lot 357
A Glasgow School fire screen, asymmetrical columns to the front, sinuous back, 81cm high, 59cm across. £ 100 - 200
Lot 358
Emile Gallé (French, 1846-1904)
A nest of three marquetry tables, the tops inlaid respectively with a coastal landscape, sailing boats, and rowing boat, on open work supports, each signed in marquetry 'Gallé', the largest 68cm high, 48.5cm across, 37.5cm deep. £ 600 - 800
Lot 359
Louis Majorelle (French, 1859-1926) of Nancy
Two tier marquetry table, the top inlaid with blooming flowers and berries design, signed in the marquetry 'Majorelle, Nancy', 78cm high, 78.5cm across, 58cm deep. £ 500 - 700
Lot 360
Arts & Crafts
A pair of oak armchairs, circa 1930, carved and shaped splats, chamfered legs and drop-in leather seats, 52.5cm across (2). £ 200 - 400
Lot 361
Arthur Simpson (British, 1857-1922) of Kendal
A pair of oak Arts & Crafts bellows, deep rose head carved decoration to the body, 80cm long.

Literature:
see Eleanor Davidson, The Simpsons of Kendal: Craftsmen in Wood 1885-1952, University of Lancaster, 1978, fig.117, no.3695A for a similar example. £ 200 - 300
Lot 362
Heals and Sons
An oak book/coffee table, circa 1930s, octagonal top and on four legs, 64cm high, 60cm across. £ 100 - 200
Lot 363
Morris & Co.
'Rose and Olive', an Arts and Crafts silk work panel, set into a mahogany firescreen, silk on cotton panel, the panel 51cm x 53cm.

Literature:
see Linda Parry (ed.), William Morris 1834-1896, Victoria and Albert Museum, 1996, p.242, cat. m.18 for an example of this fabric set into a Morris & Co. firescreen.

Needleworks could be bought from Morris & Co. as kits, partially or fully completed by the Morris & Co. needleworkers. £ 80 - 120
Lot 364
Heals and Sons Ltd.
A book/library table, circular top, two fitted drawers and open shelves, all on turned feet, 74cm high, 90cm diameter.

Literature:
see Susannah Gooden, The History of Heals, London, 1984, cat. no. D406 for an example of this model from the original Heals catalogue. £ 300 - 500
Lot 365
Archibald Knox (British, 1864-1933) for Liberty & Co.
A pair of oak bellows, carved with Celtic knot design, 75cm long. £ 180 - 220
Lot 366
Heals & Sons
A 'Scotch' limed oak chest of drawers, circa 1930, on bun feet, with octagonal handles, inset 'Heals & Sons' ivorine label (to the top right hand drawer), 128cm high, 120cm across.

Literature:
see Heals Catalogue 1930: A matter of taste in furniture, Heals and Sons, 1930, p.11 for an example of this model. £ 400 - 600
Lot 367
Heals & Sons
An oak octagonal book table, circa 1933, model c526, 51cm across, 51cm high.

Literature:
see Heals Catalogue 1933: Economy with a difference, Heals and Sons, 1933 for an example of this model. £ 80 - 120
Lot 368
Manner of Heals & Sons
A limed oak small chest of drawers, circa 1930s, fitted four drawers, all on splayed feet, 83cm high, 76cm across, 46cm deep. £ 50 - 100
Lot 369
The Rowley Gallery (attributed to)
Mallard Ducks, marquetry wall panel, titled on label (to reverse), 35.5cm x 39cm overall. £ 80 - 120
Lot 370
The Rowley Gallery (attributed to)
The Huntsman, marquetry wall panel, titled on label (to reverse), 51.5cm x 69.5cm overall. £ 80 - 120
Lot 371
Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955)
A pair of Mouseman oak book ends, carved mice, 15cm high, 9.5cm across (2). £ 200 - 300
Lot 372
Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955)
A Mouseman oak bowl, carved mouse to the centre, 28.5cm diameter. £ 200 - 300
Lot 373
Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955)
A Mouseman oak bowl, carved mouse to the outside, 15.5cm diameter. £ 100 - 150
Lot 374
Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955)
A pair of Mouseman octagonal oak napkin rings, carved mice to the outside, 5cm across. £ 60 - 80
Lot 375
Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955)
An early Mouseman oak coffee table, with adzed top, octagonal supports, carved mouse, 91cm across, 45cm high, 37cm deep. £ 500 - 700
Lot 376
Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955)
A Mouseman dark oak ashtray, carved mouse, 10cm across. £ 50 - 80
Lot 377
Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955)
A Mouseman light oak ashtray, carved mouse, 10cm across. £ 60 - 80
Lot 378
Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955)
A Mouseman single oak bed-end, eight panel form, with carved top and carved mouse, 92cm across. £ 300 - 500
Lot 379
Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955)
A Mouseman oak cheese board, carved mouse to the handle, 36cm long. £ 100 - 150
Lot 380
Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955)
A Mouseman oak desk, fitted six drawers, on octagonal feet and with canted corners, carved mouse, 136.5cm across, 74cm high, 51cm deep. £ 2,500 - 3,500
Lot 381
Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955)
A Mouseman oak stool, on three octagonal legs, carved mouse, 45.5cm high, 37cm across. £ 200 - 300
Lot 382
A Mouseman style oak 'Monk' carved book end, circa 1920s, 15cm high, 9.5cm deep. £ 100 - 150
Lot 383
George Nelson (American, 1908-1986)
Three 'bubble' hanging lights, originally designed in 1952 for Herman Miller, the largest 43cm diameter (3). £ 80 - 120
Lot 384
John Makepeace (British, b.1939)
Knot Chair
17/100, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
etching
44cm x 28cm, unframed.

This series of etchings was produced and exhibited by Makepeace for the Chicago International New Art Forms Exposition, September 1991. £ 60 - 100
Lot 385
Glasgow School
Rug, possibly manufactured by James Templeton and Co., in the manner of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, cream with geometric concentric square pattern, within a blue border, 240cm x 173cm. £ 200 - 300
Lot 386
An Italian Veneta Lumi modernist table lamp, with red enameled adjustable shade on a disc base and another Italian modernist table lamp (2). £ 50 - 100
Lot 387
Poul Kjaerholm (Danish, 1929 - 1980) for Fritz Hansen
A pair of 'PK22' brushed steel and leather lounge chairs, originally designed in 1957, applied Fritz Hansen label, 71cm high, 63cm across (2). £ 700 - 1,000
Lot 388
Hugh Birkett (British, 1919-2002)
A Cotswold School walnut pedestal desk, 1984, central drawer flanked by four shaped drawers to each side, each with curved scroll handles, panelled sides and back, inset tooled leather top, stamped '19.H.N.84' (to the central drawer), 74.5cm high, 54.5cm deep, 127cm wide. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 389
An Arts and Crafts style four fold screen, covered with 'The Angel with the Trumpet' fabric, originally designed by Herbert Horne for the Century Guild in 1884, within an oak frame, 170cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 390
Merrow Associates
A nest of three rosewood and chrome tables, probably designed by Richard Young, circa 1970, the largest 60.5cm across, 38cm high (3). £ 150 - 250
Lot 390a
Archibald Knox (British, 1864-1933) (attributed to) for Liberty & Co.
A terracotta planter, with Celtic knot design, impressed 'Designed & Manufactured by Liberty & Co.', 18cm high, 78cm across. £ 150 - 250
Works of Art
Lot 391
Ferdinand Preiss (German, 1882-1943)
Dreaming, circa 1925
model no.1132
ivory on onyx base
signed 'F. Preiss'
overall 12.5cm high, 12cm across.

Literature:
see Alberto Shayo, Ferdinand Preiss: Art Deco Sculptor, Antique Collectors' Club, 2005, p.93 for an example of this model. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 392
Hugo Leven (German, 1874-1956) for Kayserzinn
Pewter twin handled comport, circa 1900, whiplash fruiting foliage design, cast factory mark 'Kayserzinn 4461', 33.5cm across. £ 80 - 120
Lot 393
An Arts & Crafts copper charger, possibly Liberty & Co., hammered centre and embossed flower and leaf decoration to the wide border, 41.5cm diameter. £ 100 - 150
Lot 394
A Hugh Wallis Arts & Crafts hammered copper tray, silvered flowers to the centre, stamped monogram, 50cm across, 33cm deep. £ 50 - 100
Lot 395
Edwin Lutyens (British, 1869-1944)
The Archer, hand painted enamelled metal shop sign for Cockington village, 57cm high.

In the early 1930's Sir Edwin Lutyens was requested to design an extension to the village of Cockington in Devon, in keeping with the existing picturesque thatched cottages. It was planned to include a country inn, shops and living accommodation.

Mainly due to the Second World War, only the village inn was ever built. However, the village shop signs were also made. The signs themselves were made in the old village forge, by the blacksmith, Mr Bill Bradford. Lutyens first grooved out onto a plain sheet of metal the designs and then passed them onto the blacksmith. Using a fretsaw and a drill Bradford painstakingly cut out the designs, before they were sent to be painted. £ 100 - 150
Lot 396
A pair of German Secessionist three branch candelabra, stamped factory marks and stamped '430', 46.5cm high (2). £ 100 - 200
Lot 397
Gilbert Bayes (British, 1872-1953)
Good Harvest
signed and titled to the base
papier-mâché
41cm high.

Literature:
see Louise Irvine & Paul Atterbury, Gilbert Bayes: Sculptor 1872-1953, Richard Dennis, 1998, p.166 for this model. £ 100 - 150
Lot 398
Miguel Orit Berrocal (Spanish, b.1933)
Paloma Jet, 1976
345/2000, stamped signature and numbered (to the handle)
carafe and cup
bronze with gold and brown patina, original stand
22.5cm high.

Literature:
see E. Treu, Miguel Berrocal:Skulturen, Offenbach am Main, 1987, p.115. £ 700 - 1,000
Lot 399
Engstler of Germany
A modernist cuckoo clock, circa 1970s/1980s, 25.5cm across. £ 80 - 120
Lot 400
Myriam Gilby (British, 1929-2010)
January
initialled within the artwork, titled on label
woven wool wall hanging
106cm high, 81cm across. £ 60 - 100
Lot 401
Manner of Charles Fleetwood Varley
'Peacock', 'Butterfly' and 'Winter landscape'
three Arts & Crafts enamel and foil panels
the former two 6cm diameter, the latter 4.5cm diameter (3). £ 80 - 120
Lot 402
Manner of Charles Fleetwood Varley
Boy with bouquet of flowers by the sea
an Arts & Crafts enamel and foil panel
9.5cm x 8.5cm. £ 50 - 100
Lot 403
Manner of Charles Fleetwood Varley
Three mast sailing boat at sea
an Arts & Crafts enamel and foil panel
7.5cm x 11.5cm. £ 50 - 100
Lot 404
(Books)
John Bunyan, The Life and Death of Mr Badman, illustrated by George Woolliscroft Rhead and Louis Rhead, New York: R. H. Russell, 1900, to include a letter from Louis Rhead to Mr. Clark forwarding this book and The Pilgrim's Progress, illustrated by George Woolliscroft Rhead, Louis Rhead and Frederick Rhead, New York: The Century Company, 1898 (2). £ 80 - 120
Lot 405
A Tiffany style desktop boudoir clock, gilt metal and mother of pearl, with decorative fretwork, eight day movement, Arabic dial, subsidiary seconds dial, 10.5cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 406
A WMF silver plated Art Nouveau centrepiece, with winged maiden and sinuous flower decoration, circa 1905, with deep blue glass liner, stamped and numbered, 26cm across. £ 600 - 800
Lot 407
A WMF silver plated Secessionist centrepiece, foliate scrolling decoration, with clear cut glass liner, stamped marks and numbered 483, 50.5cm across. £ 300 - 500
Lot 408
Ivar Alenius Bjork for Ystad Metall of Sweden
A pair of brass 'lily' candlesticks, stamped artist's monogram and manufacturer's mark, 12cm high, 21.5cm across. £ 60 - 100
Lot 409
(Book)
F. L. Griggs
Russell George Alexander, The Engraved Work of F. L. Griggs, 232/325, Stratford: Shakespeare Head Press, 1928. £ 50 - 80
Lot 410
E. Wörner
Snail Rider, circa 1905
signed on the bronze 'E. Wörner'
patinated bronze
modelled as a naked girl sitting on a smiling snail
18cm across. £ 500 - 800
Lot 411
Cartier of France
An original design for a Surrealist silver vase, circa 1936, gouache, 38cm x 31cm.

Provenance:
Collection of Edward James;
with John Jesse and Irina Laski Ltd. £ 150 - 250
Lot 412
(Books)
Judith Gura, Scandinavian Furniture, Thames and Hudson, 2007; Helmut Ricke and Eva Schmitt, Italian Glass: Murano, Milan 1930-1970, Prestel, 1997; Dan Klein, Glass: A Contemporary Art, Collins, 1989 and Bohemian Glass, 1985 (4). £ 40 - 60
Lot 413
An Arts & Crafts mantle clock, with copper rivets, stamped 'D.M.Co. 1805', 25cm across. £ 80 - 120
Lot 414
An Argentor Viennese silver plated Secessionist vase, with fitted glass liner, stamped 'Argentor' and maker's mark 'OX.', 33cm high. £ 60 - 100
Lot 415
A Liberty & Co. 'Tudric' plant pot holder, pattern no. 0194, impressed marks, 10cm high, 13cm across. £ 300 - 500
Lot 416
A WMF silver plated Jugendstil oval dish, embossed with hunting dog and pheasant, with sinuous berry branches decorating the border, stamped manufacturer's marks, numbered 242, 46.5cm across. £ 150 - 250
Lot 417
A WMF silver plated Art Nouveau vase, twin handled with sinuous foliate and fruit decoration, stamped manufacturer's marks, 25cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 418
An Art Deco glass desktop clock, 13cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 419
Erhard and Sohne of Germany
An inkwell, wood and brass scrolling inlay, glass liner, 12cm across. £ 50 - 100
Lot 420
An Art Nouveau silver plated and glass scent bottle and stopper, German/Austrian, long stemmed floral motifs, 18cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 421
An Arts & Crafts copper teaset, all on three wrought iron shaped legs, stamped 'J. Wenström', comprising teapot, sugar basin and milk jug, the teapot 19cm high (3). £ 50 - 80
Lot 422
A pair of silver plated two branch candelabra, probably Scandinavian, one stamped, 24cm high (2). £ 150 - 250
Lot 423
An early 20th Century 'Tell-U-How' electroplated cocktail shaker, patent number 398119, tapering circular form, inscribed with fifteen cocktails above rotating base aligning with their ingredients, including Side Car, Between the Sheets, Gin Rickey and Palm Beach, 27.5cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 424
Anthony Bryant (British, Contemporary)
Bowl
signed and indistinctly dated
wood
20cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 425
A pair of bronzed Art Deco elephant bookends, 'J F Co.' mark in a diamond, each 13cm, 12cm across (2). £ 80 - 120
Lot 426
Chris Bladen (South African, Contemporary)
Brown Trout, 2001
5/12, inscribed, dated and numbered
bronze
36.5cm across. £ 100 - 200
Lot 427
P. Fairfield (20th Century)
Reclining nude
3/9, signed and numbered
bronze
30cm across and another bronze nude, 12/30, stamped 'EB', 13cm high (2). £ 50 - 100
Lot 428
Fidel Aguilar (Girona, 1894-1917) (attributed to)
Profile of a Renaissance lady
manufacturers mark 'Marco Quart Gerona'
terracotta
20cm x 13.5cm £ 50 - 100
Lot 429
Albert Kohler & Cie
An Austrian Secessionist dressing table stand, with swing mirror, foliate frond decoration, impressed mark, 32cm high, 32cm across. £ 150 - 250
Jewellery and Silver
Lot 430
Charles Horner
An Egyptian Revival silver and enamel hat pin, in the form of a winged scarab, Chester, probably 1909, hallmarked, 4.5cm across. £ 60 - 100
Lot 431
Georg Jensen for Georg Jensen
A pair of silver fish servers, probably circa 1915-1927, the stems formed with entwined fish, with shell terminals, stamped with maker's oval mark, '925.S', import marks for 1931, the slice 27cm long. £ 200 - 400
Lot 432
Matteo Thun for Swatch
'Chandelier', 1992, GZ125, a limited edition Swatch watch, with Murano glass bead decoration and packaged in the form of a champagne bottle, the watch 23 cm long, the box 33cm long.

The Italian designer Matteo Thun is the creator of 'Chandelier' and he also created other designs such as 'Rara Avis', 'Montebello' and 'Milano' for Swatch in 1991. Since 1982 he has taught design in Vienna, and created designs in varying mediums including glass, metal and ceramic. He has also designed for WWF, Tiffany & Co., Campari and Illy, alongside designing the interiors for the Swatch shops in Paris, London, Munich and Milan. £ 100 - 200
Lot 433
A Swatch watch sushi hor d'oeuvre dish, 2001, GF112, with original box and paper, the dish 28cm x 18cm. £ 50 - 100
Lot 434
A Swatch watch Christmas 'Light Tree', 1996, GZ152, the red bauble opening to reveal the watch, in original box, the bauble 13cm diameter. £ 50 - 100
Lot 435
Architects for ACME

In 1987 Los Angeles based design firm Acme Studio coaxed seven prominent architects to design a line of cloisonné jewellery under the label 'Architects for Acme'.

The seven put together a 50 piece collection of earrings, bolo ties, necklaces and brooches and were sold at the Museum of Contemporary Art and at Malibu Art & Design .

'We're more into making design history than a fashion statement' says Adrian Olabeunaga, the founder of Acme Studio. From the start of Acme Studio, Olabuenaga hoped to collaborate with major names from the design world and believed that "The logical next step"..."are the people who are creating the look of post-modernism and neo-modernism." (Los Angeles Times, 3 April 1987)

Alberto Olabuenaga (1917-2001) for Acme of Los Angeles
Metal pin brooch depicting a window with open white shutters and window sill, stamped on the back 'Olabuenaga for ACME Los Angeles', 5cm high and, Stanley Tigerman (b.1930)
Art Deco inspired arch shaped metal pin brooch, stamped on the back 'Tigerman for ACME Los Angeles', 6cm high (2). £ 150 - 250
Lot 436
Marco Zanini (b. 1954) for Acme of Los Angeles
Metal pin brooch with a colourful geometric abstract design, stamped on the back 'Zanini for ACME Los Angeles', 7cm across and Gerard Taylor (fl. 1980s), metal pin brooch in a colourful abstract design, stamped to the back 'Taylor for ACME Los Angeles', circa 1985, 6cm high (2).

The Taylor brooch was part of the 'Memphis Designers for ACME' collection which helped to change the jewellery industry, much like the Memphis Group's furniture changed the design world. Pieces from this collection are now housed in permanent jewellery collections in museums across the world including Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Groninger Museum in Holland. £ 150 - 250
Lot 437
Two Castlecliff lucite fish bowl pendant necklaces, circa 1940s, unsigned, one with large gold coloured fish suspended in the lucite, gold coloured chain 30cm long; one with five different sized gold coloured fish suspended in lucite, gold coloured chain 70cm long.

Literature:
see Carla Ginelli Brunialti and Roberto Brunialti, American Costume Jewelry: Art & Industry N-Z, 1935-1950, p. 221. £ 80 - 120
Lot 438
A 1980s Pierre Cardin large pendant necklace, on gold coloured chain mail chain with clasp stamped with the Pierre Cardin logo, the large plastic pendant has attached gold and silver coloured lion, 'Pierre Cardin, Made in Italy' etched on the back, pendant 8cm diameter, chain 34cm long. £ 80 - 120
Lot 439
A late 1960s Pierre Cardin modernist necklace, metal chain with a collar plate and three disc platelets leading to a large abstract shaped pendant with faux pearl detail, 37cm long. £ 150 - 250
Lot 440
An Anders Högberg Swedish silver, gold and paste necklace, 1964, silver circle linked design with feature silver, gold and clear paste feature disc, stamped maker's mark and hall marks, 21cm length. £ 100 - 200
Lot 441
A German D.R.G.M. Art Deco necklace, bakelite squares in orange and black separated by steel bands inset paste stones, stamped 'D.R.G.M. 1138525', 24.5cm length and another Art Deco style steel and bakelite necklace, in the form of graduated discs, 23cm length (2). £ 100 - 200
Lot 442
Irina Laski (British, b.1955)
A pair of 'Fanfare Range' silver clip earrings, in the form of hearts and trumpets, stamped 925, 4.5cm high (2). £ 50 - 100
Lot 443
Irina Laski (British, b.1955)
A pair of 'Fanfare Range' silver gilt cuff links and matching tie pin, 1994, the cuff links in the form of trumpets and hearts, hallmarked, the tie pin 6cm long (3). £ 50 - 100
Lot 444
Irina Laski (British, b.1955)
Two 'Fanfare Range' silver gilt brooches, 1992-1993, formed in diamonds and trumpets, hallmarked, 5cm and 3.25cm length (2). £ 50 - 100
Lot 445
A. E. Jones (British, 1878-1954)
A rare Arts & Crafts silver wirework caddy spoon, Birmingham 1907, 7cm long, 5cm across. £ 400 - 600
Lot 446
Hans Hansen (Danish, 1884-1940) for Georg Jensen
Silver bracelet, with interlocking clasp, stamped signature, 925s, G. J. Ltd., London import marks, 6.5cm across. £ 80 - 120
Lot 447
Vivianna Torun Bulow-Hube (Swedish, 1927-2004) for Georg Jensen
Silver 'Dew Drop' necklace, with silver and crystal pendant, both stamped 'Torun', 925s Denmark, G. J. Ltd., London import marks, the pendant stamped 311, the necklace 410.

Vivianna Torun Bulow-Hube was one of the pre-eminent Scandinavian jewellery designers of her generation. Torun designed 'anti-status jewellery' out of twisted silver with crystals and stones to be worn, rather than 'locked up' by husbands in bank safes.

In 1960 she was awarded a gold medal at the Milan Triennial and also won the American Lunning Prize for design. In 1992 she was awarded the Prince Eugen medal by King Carl XVI of Sweden for outstanding artistic achievement.

Many celebrities wore her jewellery in the 1950s and 1960s including Billie Holiday, Ingrid Bergman and Brigitte Bardot and customers included Pablo Picasso and Duke Ellington. £ 400 - 700
Lot 448
Puiforcat
A silver plated 'Etchea' teapot, originally designed in 1928, half-reeded with silver bead hardwood cover and 'C' form handle, stamped 'Puiforcat France' and 'EP', 21.5cm across. £ 600 - 800
Lot 449
Archibald Knox (British, 1864-1933)
A Liberty & Co. pewter hot water jug, no. 0280, cast with 'Honesty' design, stamped manufacturer's marks 19.5cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 450
Archibald Knox (British, 1864-1933)
A Liberty & Co. 'Cymric' silver and enamel butter dish, Birmingham 1903, hallmarked, 14cm across. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 451
A Richard Comyns Art Nouveau silver belt buckle, pierced decoration inset blue hard stones, Birmingham 1907, 8.5cm across. £ 200 - 300
Lot 452
William Henry 'Harry' Warmington of Campden
An Arts & Crafts silver hammered bowl, on three feet, with gadrooned border and gadrooned edging to the feet, Birmingham 1954, 24cm diameter.

Harry Warmington began as a silversmith at the Campden School of Arts & Crafts. He was known for his engraving and letter cutting in metal, and he worked in the Hart workshop in Chipping Campden from 1914 until 1966. Together with George Hart, he revived C. R. Ashbee's Campden School of Arts and Crafts (which had closed in 1916) in the 1940s, teaching a new generation of craftsmen in the arts of silver and metalwork. £ 300 - 400
Lot 453
Johannes Siggaard (Danish, 1932-1960)
A set of six various Danish silver handled spoons, with grape and vine leaf terminals, hallmarked, the longest 23cm long (6). £ 60 - 100
Lot 454
Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen Ltd.
An 18ct gold 'Sail' brooch, hallmarked and numbered '1327', 5.5cm long. £ 350 - 450
Lot 455
Omar Ramsden (British, 1873-1939) and Alwyn Carr (British, 1872-1940)
An Arts & Crafts silver and enamel pendant, London 1900, with central enamelled heart in shades of blue, suspended from a link chain, with hand made scroll clasp, hallmarked, pendant 3cm across, the chain 24cm long. £ 500 - 700
Ann Robin Banks
Lot 456
Ann Robin Banks (British, 1931-2007)
Wall panel, red rectangle on black
enamel on copper
56.5cm x 36cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 457
Ann Robin Banks (British, 1931-2007)
Three panels, with layered green and orange enamels
enamel on copper
19cm x 18cm, 31cm x 23cm and 30cm x 30cm (3). £ 100 - 200
Lot 458
Ann Robin Banks (British, 1931-2007)
Four panels, in white, grey and black
enamel on copper
46cm x 30cm, 30.5cm x 25.5cm (x2) and 15cm x 15.5cm (4). £ 100 - 200
Lot 459
Ann Robin Banks (British, 1931-2007)
Dish, mottled orange design
enamel on copper
39cm x 15cm. £ 60 - 100
Lot 460
Ann Robin Banks (British, 1931-2007)
Two wall panels, blue and red linear
enamel on copper
30.5cm x 19cm and 19cm x 25.5cm (2). £ 100 - 200
Lot 461
Ann Robin Banks (British, 1931-2007)
Wall panel, grey, white and red
enamel on copper
40cm x 56cm. £ 100 - 200
Lot 462
Ann Robin Banks (British, 1931-2007)
Two panels, one in white, grey, orange and red and the other yellow and black
enamel on copper
14.5cm x 31cm and 15.5cm x 31cm respectively (2). £ 60 - 100
Prints and Multiples
Lot 463
Harry Becker (British, 1865-1928)
Sheep dipping
signed in pencil (in the margin)
lithograph
15.5cm x 22cm. £ 100 - 200
Lot 464
Harry Becker (British, 1865-1928)
Scything in the field
lithograph
27cm x 41cm.

Exhibited:
Worthing Borough Council Exhibition, A Countryside Collection, Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, January - March 2000. £ 150 - 250
Lot 465
Harry Becker (British, 1865-1928)
Harvesting, 1909
signed and dated (lower left)
lithograph
36.5cm x 54cm. £ 200 - 300
Lot 466
John Brunsdon (British, b.1933)
Arnside
67/75, signed, numbered and inscribed in pencil (in the margin)
etching, aquatint in colour
44cm x 58cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 467
Anthony Gross (British, 1905-1984)
Landscape with Praying Mantis
24/250, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
etching
34cm x 45cm. £ 200 - 300
Lot 468
Gilbert & George for Becks
A Becks beer bottle, with Gilbert & George art design
designed for the Hayward Gallery exhibition in 1987
22.5cm high.

It is believed that Gilbert & George were the first artists to be commissioned by Beck's to design the art labels for their bottles, and they were used for the opening of their exhibition at the Hayward Gallery in London. £ 80 - 120
Lot 469
David Hockney (British, b.1937)
Corbusier Chair and Rug (1969)
signed in pencil (lower right)
offset lithograph in colour
a signed proof for the poster for an exhibition at Andre Emmerich, New York, before the wording was added
52cm x 51cm. £ 400 - 600
Lot 470
(Book)
Richard Hamilton, The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even, a typographic version by Richard Hamilton of Marcel Duchamp's Green Box, Percy Lund, Humphries & Co. Ltd., 1960. £ 60 - 100
Lot 471
Paula Rego (British, b.1935)
The Wild Duck, 1990 (Rosenthal 72)
64/75, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
etching and aquatint
29cm x 24cm, unframed. £ 400 - 600
Lot 472
John Piper (British, 1903-1992)
Regency Square, circa 1939
plate IX from Brighton Aquatints
aquatint
27.5cm x 21cm.

Inspired by a visit to Brighton in 1938, Piper produced his first book Brighton Aquatints in 1939. Two hundred standard copies, and fifty further copies were hand coloured by the artist, some unbound and none of the prints were signed. £ 200 - 400
Lot 473
Sandra Blow (British, 1925-2006)
Abstract, 1968
7/50, signed, dated and numbered in pencil
screenprint
76cm x 58cm, unframed. £ 200 - 400
Lot 474
After Graham Sutherland (British, 1903-1980)
Study of Thorns, Forest with Chains, Picton Beach and Preliminary Study
a set of four lithographs in colour, published by Wales Gas
each 47cm x 36.5cm (4). £ 80 - 120
Lot 475
Edward Gordon Craig (British, 1872-1966)
Stage set
monogrammed and dated in pencil (lower right)
etching
20.5cm x 12.5cm. £ 50 - 100
Lot 476
Walter Hoyle (British, 1922-2000)
Eight Twenty 22/9/71
signed, titled and inscribed in pencil (in the margin)
monoprint
23cm x 15cm. £ 50 - 100
Lot 477
Norbertine Von Bresslern-Roth (Austrian, 1891-1978)
Toad
signed in pencil (lower right)
linocut
10cm x 11cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 478
Norbertine Von Bresslern-Roth (Austrian, 1891-1978)
Horse chased by wolves
signed in pencil (lower right) and inscribed 'Handdruck' (Iower left)
linocut
21.5cm x 32cm. £ 200 - 300
Lot 479
Roland Batchelor (British, 1889-1990)
At the RA
6/40, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
etching
14cm x 10.5cm and 'Self Portrait', 1937, 7/40, 12cm x 8.5cm (2). £ 40 - 70
Lot 480
John Nash (British, 1893-1977)
Canterbury Bells & Other Summer Flowers
illustration for Flowers & Faces by H. E. Bates, 1935
signed in pencil (lower left)
wood engraving
18cm x 16cm.

Provenance:
with New Grafton Gallery, London, 1980. £ 100 - 200
Lot 481
John S. O'Connor (British, 1913-2004)
Kensington Palace, London, 1938
11/25, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
woodcut
16.5cm x 22.5cm and 'The White Fence', 1951, woodcut, 29.5cm x 20cm, both unframed (2).

John Scorror O'Connor attended The Royal College of Art (1934-37), and his teachers included Eric Ravilious and John Nash. After serving in the air force during the Second World War, he continued a teaching career, started at Birmingham College of Art in 1937, and at the Bristol College of Art (1938-41), becoming principle of Colchester School of Art (1948-64).

He regularly exhibited at the Royal Academy, and had solo shows at the Zwemmer Gallery (1955-68), and the New Grafton Gallery (from 1970), as well as having retrospectives at the Mackintosh Museum, Glasgow and the John Russell Gallery in Ipswich. £ 80 - 120
Lot 482
Rachel Reckitt (British, 1908-1995)
Ploughing
1/25, signed and numbered in pencil (lower left)
linocut
25.5cm x 19.5cm.

Rachel Reckitt began her artistic career at Taunton School of Art, whilst simultaneously taking some lessons with Alec Carruthers Gould. She went on to study at the Grosvenor School of Art (1933-1937) under Iain Macnab. £ 80 - 120
Lot 483
Sheila Oliner (British, b.1934)
Zennor Mist, 2005
21/25, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
aquatint burnished with gold
15cm x 15cm.

Provenance:
with The Wills Lane Gallery, St. Ives. £ 50 - 100
Lot 484
John Piper (British, 1903-1992)
Kelham Hall, 1977, from Victorian Dream Palaces (Levinson 278)
10/75, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
screenprint
published by Marlborough Fine Art, London
46.5 x 69.5cm. £ 500 - 800
Lot 485
Victor Pasmore (British, 1908-1998)
Desert Sand, 1992
8/90, signed, dated and numbered in pencil in the margin
etching and aquatint
44cm x 44cm. £ 500 - 800
Lot 486
Takesada Matsutani (Japanese, b.1937)
La Propagation - 6, 1969
26/40, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
etching and aquatint
27.5cm x 38.5cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 487
Takesada Matsutani (Japanese, b.1937)
La Propagation - 7, 1967
3/50, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
etching and aquatint
33.5cm x 29cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 488
Henri Goetz (French/American, 1909-1989)
Untitled
32/40, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
etching in colour
27.5cm x 32cm. £ 100 - 200
Lot 489
Ceri Richards (British, 1903-1971)
Jardin Sous la Pluie, 1967
17/70, signed, numbered and dated in pencil (in the margin)
screenprint
63.5cm x 63cm. £ 200 - 300
Lot 490
Ceri Richards (British, 1903-1971)
Landscape, 1967
18/70, signed, numbered and dated in pencil (in the margin)
screenprint
64cm x 63cm. £ 200 - 400
Lot 491
After Wassily Kandinsky (Russian, 1866-1944)
Fifteen
136/300, numbered in pencil and with blind stamp (in the margin)
screenprint
published by Gallerie Maeght
34.5cm x 49.5cm. £ 100 - 200
Lot 492
William Tillyer (British, b.1938)
Untitled
48/60, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
etching
51cm x 74.5cm, unframed.

William Tillyer is a print maker, painter, ceramist, illustrator and teacher. He attended the Slade (1960-62), studying under William Coldstream and Anthony Gross, following which he went to Paris and joined Stanley William Hayter at Atelier 17. He went on to teach at the Chelsea School of Art, Bath Academy of Art and Watford School of Art. £ 80 - 120
Lot 493
William Nicholson (British, 1872-1949)
St John's College Gate, St. John's College Garden and University College, Oxford
each signed in pen and with The Stafford Gallery blind stamp
lithographs in colour
38cm x 28cm, 24.5cm x 30.5cm and 26cm x 34.5cm respectively, unframed (3). £ 80 - 120
Lot 494
Bruce Onabrakepeya (Nigerian, b.1932)
The Lord is my Shepherd, 1932
8/8, signed, numbered, titled and dated in pencil (in the margin)
deep etching
44.5cm x 60.5cm. £ 300 - 500
Lot 495
Karel Appel (Dutch, 1921-2006)
Face, 1970
75/100, signed, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
lithograph in colour
66.5cm x 50cm. £ 200 - 400
Lot 496
Peter Marsh (British, 20th Century)
Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa, Elvis, Jim Morrison, David Bowie, The Beatles, John Lennon, Bob Dylan and Mick Jagger
a set of nine pop art limited edition artist's proof posters
each 1/10, artist's proof, signed, numbered and inscribed in pencil
each 76cm x 51cm, unframed (9). £ 100 - 200
Lot 497
William Scott (British, 1913-1989)
Benbecula, 1962 (Archeus 14)
signed and dated in pencil (lower right)
lithograph in colour on wove paper
printed and published by Curwen Studio and Curwen Prints
49cm x 61cm. £ 1,000 - 2,000
Lot 498
Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (British, 1889-1946)
Ebb tide, Rye, 1918
signed in pencil in the margin (lower right)
drypoint
26 x 36cm.

Provenance:
with Ernest, Brown & Phillips, The Leicester Galleries, London. £ 1,000 - 2,000
Lot 499
Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (British, 1889-1946)
London Bridges on the Thames
signed in pencil in the margin (lower right)
drypoint
25 x 35cm.

Provenance:
with Ernest, Brown & Phillips, The Leicester Galleries, London. £ 2,000 - 4,000
Lot 500
Terry O'Neill (British, b.1938)
Michael Caine & Bob Hoskins
Raymond Revue Bar, London, 1985
4/50, signed and numbered
photographic print on lambda archival paper
94.5cm x 94.5cm.

Exhibited:
Chris Beetles Ltd., London, Terry O'Neill in St. James's: The Art of Photograph, February-March 2006.

Provenance:
with Chris Beetles Ltd., London.

Terry O'Neill photographed on location at Raymond's Revue Bar in Soho during the filming of Mona Lisa (1986). It was this role in Neil Jordan's gangster film that propelled Hoskins to stardom. £ 1,000 - 2,000
Lot 501
Tom Merrifield (British, b.1932)
David and Goliath, Elevations, After Class and Ken Well
61/150, 117/150, 117/150 and 106/150 respectively
each signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
etchings
41cm x 31.5cm, 45cm x 35cm, 45cm x 34cm and 45cm x 32cm respectively (4). £ 200 - 300
Lot 502
John Brunsdon (British, b.1933)
Country Walk, 1977
19/150, signed, dated, numbered and titled in pencil (in the margin)
aquatint
59cm x 44.5cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 503
Barbara Rae (British, b.1943)
Anazasi Hunter
81/100, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
aquatint
30cm x 37.5cm. £ 200 - 400
Lot 504
Allen Jones (British, b.1937)
Untitled, 2000
81/100, signed, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
lithograph
64cm x 50cm. £ 200 - 400
Lot 505
Justine Smith (British, b.1971)
Icons: Yen, Sterling and Euro, 2006
each numbered 74/80, signed and numbered in pencil
a set of three
hand-gilded screen prints
each 71cm x 71cm (3). £ 200 - 400
Lot 506
Terry Frost (British, 1915-2004)
Red on Yellow Rhythm, 2003 (Kemp 254)
artist's proof, signed and inscribed in pencil (in the margin)
screenprint and collage
printed at Coriander Studio, London, published by CCA Galleries
80cm x 32cm. £ 500 - 800
Lot 507
Terry Frost (British, 1915-2004)
Orange and Blue Q Newlyn, 1997 (Kemp 167)
72/150, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
screenprint
printed at Coriander Studio, London, published by CCA Galleries
49cm x 53cm. £ 500 - 800
Lot 508
Sandra Blow (British, 1925-2006)
Orange Field
73/85, signed, numbered and titled in pencil (in the margin)
screenprint
72cm x 72cm. £ 500 - 800
Lot 509
Sandra Blow (British, 1925-2006)
Red Alert
artist's proof, signed and inscribed in pencil (in the margin)
screenprint
72cm x 72cm. £ 500 - 700
Lot 510
(Book)
Peter Blake (British, b.1932)
Marco Livingstone, Peter Blake: One Man Show, Lund Humphries, 2009, together with a special edition Roxy 2 screenprint, 96/100, signed and numbered by the artist, 27.5cm x 23cm, in original slip case.

This is part of a special edition Peter Blake: One Man Show which incorporated a new screenprint, Roxy 2, produced in an edition of 100 exclusively for the publication. £ 50 - 100
Lot 511
(Book)
Barbara Rae (British, b.1943)
Barbara Rae, Lund Humphries, 2008, together with a special edition Orgiva etching, 128/150, signed, titled and numbered, 15cm x 11.5cm, in original slip case.

This limited edition book is one of 150, and came with the special edition coloured etching Orgiva. £ 50 - 100
Lot 512
(Book)
Terry Frost (British, 1915-2003)
Dominic Kemp, Terry Frost Prints, Lund Humphries, 2010, together with a special edition Red and Black Sunburst, etching and aquatint, 56/100, stamped signature and countersigned by Anthony Frost (to the reverse), 22cm x 24.5cm, in original slip case.

This limited special edition book was limited to 100 copies and included the original etching by Terry Frost. £ 50 - 100
Lot 513
Ethelbert White (British, 1891-1972)
Four scenes from Diaghilev's Ballet Russes, circa 1919
outline print hand coloured in watercolour and gouache
25cm x 29cm.

These were produced as souvenir prints, for the dance historian and publisher Cyril Beaumont, to be sold from his shop on Charing Cross Road. Each design was limited to fifty copies.

In 1919 Ethelbert White illustrated L'Oiseau de Feu, The Three Cornered Hat, Thamar and Impressions of the Russian Ballet. £ 400 - 700
Lot 514
Enzo Plazzotta (Italian, 1921-1981)
Leda, 1972
19/50, signed, titled, numbered and dated in pencil (in the margin)
etching
24.5cm x 16cm. £ 50 - 100
Lot 515
Mackenzie Thorpe (British, b.1956)
In The Summer Time
75/850, signed, titled and dated in pencil (in the margin)
print in colour
35cm x 42cm. £ 50 - 100
Lot 516
George Percy Jacomb-Hood (British, 1857-1929)
The Glassblowers
etching
16.5cm x 22cm.

Provenance:
C. A. Bell-Knight Collection. £ 60 - 100
Lot 517
Eric Gill (British, 1882-1940)
The Soul and the Bridgegroom (1927)
illustration for The Song of the Soul
wood engraving
10.5cm x 7cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 518
Eric Gill (British, 1882-1940)
The Plait (1922)
portrait of Petra, the artist's daughter
woodcut
17.5cm x 11cm. £ 100 - 200
Lot 519
William Frederick Colley (British, 1907-1957)
Gypsies, 1935
signed, titled and dated in pencil (in the margin)
lithograph in colour
37cm x 24.5cm.

William Frederick Colley was a Birmingham based painter, printmaker and teacher who taught at Birmingham College of Art. He came to prominence in the 1930s and 1940s, and was known for his murals and exhibiting watercolours and lithographs at the RBSA, RA, NEAC and the Redfern Gallery. £ 60 - 100
Lot 520
Peter Lanyon (British, 1918-1964)
Figure Study
9/25, signed by Sheila Lanyon, titled and numbered in pencil
with stamped studio mark
etching
17.5cm x 10.5cm. £ 500 - 700
Lot 521
John Brunsdon (British, b.1933)
Derwent Water
25/75, signed, numbered and inscribed in pencil (in the margin)
etching, aquatint in colour
45cm x 60cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 522
John Brunsdon (British, b.1933)
Ullswater
68/75, signed, numbered and inscribed in pencil (in the margin)
etching, aquatint in colour
58cm x 44cm. £ 50 - 100
Lot 523
John Brunsdon (British, b.1933)
Welsh Farm
95/150, signed, numbered and inscribed in pencil (in the margin)
etching, aquatint in colour
60xm x 45cm. £ 70 - 100
Lot 524
John Brunsdon (British, b.1933)
Harvest
artist proof, 10/10, signed, numbered and inscribed in pencil (in the margin)
etching, aquatint in colour
45cm x 58cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 525
Stanley Anderson (British, 1884-1966)
The Chairmaker
signed in pencil (in the margin)
line engraving
21.5cm x 15cm, unframed. £ 200 - 400
Lot 526
Charles Tunnicliffe (British, 1901-1979)
The Pig Dealer
32/75, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
etching
21.5cm x 27.5cm, unframed. £ 200 - 400
Lot 527
Charles Tunnicliffe (British, 1901-1979)
The Quarry
15/75, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
etching
22.5cm x 30.5cm. £ 150 - 250
Lot 528
George Soper (British, 1870-1942)
The Farrier
signed in pencil (in the margin)
etching
17.5cm x 12.5cm. £ 50 - 100
Lot 529
Archibald Standish Hartrick (British, 1864-1950)
The Woodcutter
signed in pencil (lower left)
lithograph
25.5cm x 21cm. £ 50 - 100
Lot 530
David Gentleman (British, b.1930)
Watermill at Coltishall, Saxted Windmill, Mistley Quay and Woodbridge Tide Mill, 1966
each signed and dated in pen (in the margin)
a set of four published by the Curwen Press
lithograph in colour
each 30cm x 43cm (4). £ 150 - 250
Lot 531
Thomas Frederick McKnight (American, b.1941)
Tea with a view
275/275, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
serigraph
35.5cm x 41cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 532
Charles Bartlett (British, b.1921)
Oyster Boats
56/75, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
aquatint
30cm x 40cm. £ 70 - 100
Lot 533
Edward Bawden (British, 1903-1989)
Kew Palace, 1960
47/160, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin)
lithograph in colour
published and printed by Curwen Studio, London
47cm x 61cm. £ 300 - 500
Lot 534
Henri Matisse (French, 1869-1954)
Madame de Pompadour reçoit le mardi 20 novembre 1951 au Pavillon de Marsan á 22 heures, circa 1951
stamp signed 'Mourlot' (lower right)
lithograph in colour
74cm x 54cm. £ 300 - 500
Lot 535
John Hall Thorpe (British, 1874-1947)
Primroses
signed in pencil in the margin (lower right)
woodcut
16.5cm x 15cm. £ 60 - 100
Lot 536
Yoshijiro Urushibara (Japanese, 1888-1953)
Poppies
signed in pencil in the margin (lower right)
woodcut
27.5cm x 21cm. £ 150 - 250
Lot 537
Ethel Reed (American, 1874-?)
Miss Traumerei
originally produced in 1895
poster in colour
27cm x 15cm. £ 50 - 100
Lot 538
Frederick Landseer Griggs (British, 1876-1938)
'St Mary's Hitchin, The East End, 1895'
etching
22cm x 16cm.

Griggs was born in Hitchin and lived there until 1903. Subsequently he illustrated books such as Hitchin & Neighbourhood in the Nineties (1936). £ 80 - 120
Lot 539
Harry Becker (British, 1865-1928)
Man sharpening scythe
pencil
25.5cm x 18.5cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 540
Harry Becker (British, 1865-1928)
Two men harvesting with knife
pencil
31.5cm x 24cm.

Exhibited:
University of Reading, The Art of the Country, Reading, Spring-Summer 1996, no.31. £ 150 - 250
Paintings
Lot 541
Robert Rivers (American, Contemporary)
Chinese White
signed and titled (to reverse)
mixed media on panel
60cm x 76cm.

Provenance:
with The Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh. £ 100 - 300
Lot 542
Igor Mitoraj (Polish, b.1944)
Stella
signed and marked 'nostra tesconi pietrasanta'
bronze
23cm high, 25cm across.
Edition number 243/250 £ 1,000 - 2,000
Lot 543
Peter Lanyon (British, 1918-1964)
Two collage Christmas cards, circa 1950s
each signed and inscribed by the artist
the largest 13.5cm high, the smaller 9.5cm high.

One of the collages inset panel with inscription 'New work very angular, square and BLACK. Death creeping on etc. Shades and dim skies. Roll on Italy, I go in Jan. for four months love to your family, Will write when things ease up. Peter.'

Provenance:
Roland Bowden and thence by family descent.

Roland Bowden was an artist, poet and teacher and a close friend of Peter Lanyon. £ 700 - 900
Lot 544
Norman Adams (British, 1927-2005)
Reflections, 1991
initialled and dated (lower right)
mixed media
36cm x 24cm. £ 100 - 200
Lot 545
Friedrich Feigl (Czech, 1884-1965)
Lot and his daughters
signed (lower left)
oils on canvas
52cm x 67.5cm. £ 200 - 400
Lot 546
Knox Martin (American, b.1923)
Primitive Nudes
signed (lower right)
oils on board
60cm x 77.5cm. £ 200 - 400
Lot 547
Enid Marx (British, 1902-1998)
Design for Wallpaper II, 1949
signed in pen (in the margin)
ink and watercolour
20cm x 23cm.

Exhibited:
Sally Hunter Fine Art, Enid Marx, March 1988, No.61.

Provenance:
The Margot Coatts Collection;
with Sally Hunter Fine Art Limited.

Enid Marx was a painter and designer. Initially she went to work with the textile designers Phyllis Barron and Dorothy Larcher in Hampstead, before setting up her own workshop and making hand-printed textiles. She also became a well-known book illustrator. £ 200 - 300
Lot 548
Maurice C. Wilks (Irish, 1910-1984)
Evening, Belfast Lough
signed (lower right), titled (to reverse)
oils on canvas
49cm x 60cm. £ 1,000 - 2,000
Lot 549
Tadashi Sato (Hawaiian, 1923-2005)
Untitled, 1958
signed and dated (lower right)
ink and watercolour
23cm x 36cm. £ 600 - 800
Lot 550
Harold Voigt (South African, b.1939)
Earthscape I
signed (lower right)
mixed media on canvas
30cm x 67cm.

Provenance:
with The Everard Reed Gallery, Johannesburg. £ 400 - 700
Lot 551
Harold Voigt (South African, b.1939)
Earthscape II
signed (lower right)
mixed media on board
28.5cm x 70cm.

Provenance:
with The Everard Reed Gallery, Johannesburg. £ 400 - 600
Lot 552
Harold Voigt (South African, b.1939)
Landscape
signed (lower right)
mixed media on board
57.5cm x 120.5cm.

Provenance:
with The Everard Reed Gallery, Johannesburg. £ 600 - 800
Lot 553
Maud Sumner (South African, 1902-1985)
Village in Winter
signed (lower right)
ink and watercolour
62cm x 48cm.

Provenance:
with The Everard Reed Gallery, Johannesburg. £ 600 - 1,000
Lot 554
John Meyer (South African, b.1942)
Going to Bakerville,
signed (lower left), signed, titled and numbered '8942' (to reverse)
oils on canvas
69cm x 79cm.

Provenance:
with The Everard Read Gallery, Johannesburg. £ 1,000 - 2,000
Lot 555
Francois Koch (South African, b.1944)
Klaserie Road
signed (lower right)
oils on canvas
53cm x 89cm.

Provenance:
The Everard Read Gallery, Johannesburg. £ 500 - 800
Lot 556
Kathleen Barrett (British, 1911-1986)
Young boys wrestling, circa 1930-1935
bronzed resin
32.5cm high.

Provenance:
Family of the artist.

Kathleen Barrett studied at the Blackheath Art School (1926-32) and Royal College of Art (1932-35) and her tutors included James Woodford, Douglas Percy Bliss, Reginald Brill and Barnett Friedman.

After a period as a modeller for Applied Arts (1936) and demonstrator for Dennison-Victor (1937), she qualified as a teacher in Arts & Crafts and Embroidery, teaching at the Ancona Road School, St. Joseph's Convent and Eltham Hill School.

She exhibited a similar piece 'Boy and Fishes' at the Royal Academy and Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts in 1931. £ 80 - 120
Lot 557
Kathleen Barrett (British, 1911-1986)
Girl with crossed arms, circa 1932-35
moulded clay
23cm high.

Provenance:
Family of the artist. £ 50 - 100
Lot 558
John Howlin (British, b.1941)
Untitled, 1964
inscribed and dated (to reverse)
oil paint and plastic emulsion
58cm x 51cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 559
Matthew Greenhalf (British, Contemporary)
Blue Bridge
signed and titled (on card to reverse)
oils on canvas
114cm x 162.5cm.

Exhibited:
Royal West of England Academy, Bristol. £ 600 - 900
Lot 560
Geoffrey Clarke (British, b.1924)
Pyramus and Thisbe, 1985
impressed monogram, from an edition of 38
bronze
cast by Wolverhampton Polytechnic (The Medal 7, 1985)
9cm diameter.

Provenance:
with The Fine Art Society, London.

Geoffrey Clarke's sculpture Pyramus and Thisbe was shown at the Royal Academy's Summer Exhibition in 1985 and this edition was commissioned by the British Medal Society. £ 500 - 700
Lot 561
Hans Feibusch (German, 1898-1998)
Portrait of Phyllis Bray, 1972
initialled and dated (lower right), inscribed in pencil (to reverse)
gouache
32cm x 27cm.

Phyllis Bray was assistant to Hans Feibusch and their collaboration lasted for over forty years. Together they created paintings for Chichester Cathedral, Dudley Town Hall and many mural paintings around the British Isles. £ 100 - 200
Lot 562
Phyllis Bray (British, 1911-1991)
Cherubs holding aloft a coat of arms, and a collection of further drawings and prints
some with Phyllis Bray studio stamp, including pastel sketches made for the V&A Museum Britain Can Make It exhibition
the former gouache and watercolour on card
54cm x 71cm, all unframed. £ 100 - 200
Lot 563
Phyllis Bray (British, 1911-1991)
Kneeling figure in a landscape garden
initialled (lower left)
oils on canvas
50cm x 75cm.

Provenance:
This painting hung in the studio of Hans Feibusch until his death;
with Duncan Campbell Fine Art. £ 500 - 800
Lot 564
John Armstrong (British, 1893-1973)
The Three Philosophers, 1945
initialled (lower right)
tempera on paper on board
49cm x 70cm.

Exhibited:
The Royal Academy of Arts, London, John Armstrong Retrospective, 1975, cat. no.90;
New Grafton Gallery, London, March 1984.

In The Three Philosophers Armstrong builds up a textured surface using single brushstokes of colour on a contrasting background, typical of his work during the mid-1940s. £ 4,000 - 6,000
Lot 565
John Tunnard (British, 1900-1971)
Mirage, 1944
signed, dated and numbered 'D139' (lower right)
pen, black ink, watercolour and gouache
37.5cm x 55cm.

Provenance:
with The Redfern Gallery, London, December 1944.

Literature:
see Alan Peat and Brian Whitton, John Tunnard: His Life and Work, Scolar Press, 1997, p.168 for reference to this work.

During World War Two, John Tunnard worked as a coastguard on The Lizard peninsular and this deeply influenced a number of his works of this period such as Mirage painted in 1944.

Tunnard plays with space, introducing semi-transparent forms, intersecting planes and biomorphic elements in Mirage, akin to some elements of Naum Gabo's constructive work. Notably some of these forms give the impression of wartime wings and rudders on the beach. £ 4,000 - 6,000
Lot 566
John Tunnard (British, 1900-1971)
Solitaire for Space Travellers, 1959
signed, dated and numbered 'TRG11' (lower left)
watercolour, gouache, pencil and wax crayon
37cm x 55cm.

Exhibited:
McRoberts and Tunnard Ltd., London, 1959, no.44.

Provenance:
with McRoberts and Tunnard Ltd., London.

Literature:
see Alan Peat and Brian Whitton, John Tunnard: His Life and Work, Scolar, Press, 1997, p.191 for reference to this work.

By the late 1950s Tunnard had developed an interest in space exploration and supersonic flight, at the height of the international space race, which had begun in 1957 between the USA and The Soviet Union. Solitaire for Space Travellers shows his development and interest in playing with vast distances, night and day, and static and slow moving objects. £ 4,000 - 6,000
Lot 567
Duncan Grant (British, 1885-1978)
Still life with the white jug
signed (lower right) and with initials (to reverse)
oils on board
59.5cm x 38.5cm.

Provenance:
Collection of Paul Roche.

The white jug shown in this painting is probably the same one that appeared in many of Vanessa Bell's and Duncan Grant's paintings, the earliest example being its addition in about 1918 to an abstract painted in 1914, now known as 'The White Jug'. A photograph of the jug at Charleston appears as plate 63 in Omega & After by Isabelle Anscombe.

Paul Roche was a British poet, novelist, Professor of English and noted translator of Greek and Latin classics. He was a habitué of the Bloomsbury Group and was particularly close to Duncan Grant, who he met in 1946 and whom came to live with him and his family until Grant's death in 1978. £ 7,000 - 9,000
Lot 568
Germaine Chalhoub (French, 1910-1996)
Buste de Soudanaise
initialled 'G Ch'
earthenware
40cm high, 37cm across.

Germaine Chalhoub was a noted painter, sculptor, teacher and critic, who exhibited after the Second World War at the Exposition de l'Atelier and her writings included Education, artistique, culture & musee (1970). £ 200 - 300
Lot 569
Auguste Matisse (French, 1866-1931)
The Red Sail
signed (lower right) and inscribed (lower left)
pencil, watercolour and gouache
12cm x 17.5cm.

Provenance:
with The Fine Art Society, London, 1927;
Property of A. Price?, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. £ 400 - 700
Lot 570
William Gear (British, 1915-1997)
Untitled, 1966
signed and dated 'Feb '66' (to reverse)
oils on canvas
120cm x 80cm. £ 4,000 - 6,000
Lot 571
William Gear (British, 1915-1997)
Untitled, 1962
signed and dated (lower right)
mixed media on paper
56cm x 76.5cm. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 572
Merlin James (British, b.1960)
Houses by the Sea, 1990
oils on canvas
90.5cm x 152cm.

Exhibited:
The Albemarle Gallery, London, Merlin James, December 1990, no.12.

Provenance:
with The Albemarle Gallery, London. £ 300 - 500
Lot 573
Philip Harris (British, b.1965)
Portrait of Louise lying in the grass, 1990
signed and dated (lower right)
oils on canvas
151cm x 59cm.

Provenance:
with Merz Contemporary Art Ltd., London.

Illustrated:
Time Out, May 20-27, 1992;
The Artist's and Illustrator's Magazine, December 1992.

Harris won the BP Portrait Award in 1993 and the noted art critic Brian Sewell championed his work for many years writing 'Harris fits quite happily into the many strange English traditions of romanticism, tinged with mystery, or even mysticism, yet is unmistakably original and no man's slavish imitator'. (Art Review, 1993, p.19). His work has been classified as skinhead pre-raphaelitism. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 574
Stephen Chambers (British, b.1960)
Bath Time, 1990/1991
signed, titled and dated (to reverse)
oils on canvas
76cm x 86.5cm.

Provenance:
with Flowers East, London. £ 250 - 350
Lot 575
George Rowlett (British, b.1941)
Corner of a cornfield at Hull Place, Sholden, 1990
signed, dated and titled (to reverse)
oils on canvas
35cm x 60.5cm.

Provenance:
with The Albemarle Gallery, London. £ 300 - 500
Lot 576
Tony Peart (British, b.1961)
Shadows on a Hillside, 1992
oils and wax on canvas
30cm x 24.5cm.

Provenance:
with The Piccadilly Gallery, London. £ 200 - 400
Lot 577
Alan MacDonald (British, b.1962)
'Castaway', 1993
inscribed and dated (to reverse)
oils on paper
33cm x 25cm.

Provenance:
with Merz Contemporary Art Ltd., London. £ 150 - 250
Lot 578
Lesley Fotherby (British, b.1946)
Catching a leaf
initialled (lower left)
watercolour
11.5cm x 16.5cm.

Exhibited:
Chris Beetles, London, Leslie Fotherby, June 1989, no.27. £ 100 - 200
Lot 579
Edward Wesson (British, 1910-1983)
St. Mary le Bow, Cheapside
signed and titled in pen
pen, ink and watercolour
30cm x 21.5cm. £ 300 - 500
Lot 580
Jane Corsellis (British, b.1940)
The Rehearsal, Mark Elder conducting the ENO
signed (lower right)
oils on board
16cm x 15cm. £ 100 - 200
Lot 581
Patrick Hughes (British, b.1939)
Brillo, 2008
6/7, artist's proof, signed and numbered in pencil
3D hand painted multiple with lithography
42.5cm high, 34.5cm across and 17cm deep. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 582
Patrick Hughes (British, b.1939)
Sheep, 2008
5/7, artist's proof, signed and numbered in pencil
3D hand painted multiple with lithography
42.5cm high, 34.5cm across and 17cm deep. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 583
Karolina Larusdottir (Icelandic, b.1943)
Waiting maids, 1994
signed and dated (lower right)
pencil and watercolour
15cm x 25cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 584
Richard Bawden (British, b.1936)
In the Garden, 2003
signed and dated (lower right)
watercolour
37cm x 53cm. £ 150 - 250
Lot 585
Adrian Stokes (British, 1902-1972)
Italian lakeside village
signed (lower right)
oils on board
20.5cm x 26.5cm. £ 300 - 500
Lot 586
Alan Davie (British, b.1920)
Moon Maiden No. 2, 1968
signed, dated and titled (upper left)
watercolour and gouache
55cm x 76cm. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 587
Alan Davie (British, b.1920)
Moon Maiden No. 7, 1968
signed, dated and titled (lower right)
watercolour and gouache
51cm x 78cm. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 588
Alan Reynolds (British, b.1926)
The Village in February, 1952
signed and dated in pencil (upper left), further signed, and inscribed '32M12/The Village/in February/A. Reynolds' (on a label to reverse)
ink and watercolour
36.5cm x 51.5cm.

Provenance:
with The Redfern Gallery, London, 1952;
Mrs E. S. Lowe;
Private Collection, UK.

This work was exhibited at Reynolds' first solo exhibition at The Redfern Gallery. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 589
Keith Grant (British, b.1930)
The Volcano in the North, Iceland, 1976
signed, dated and titled
conté, charcoal and pastel
53cm x 73cm.

Provenance:
with Roland, Browse & Delbanco, London.
Collection of Alan Roger;
Sotheby's, London, The Rogers Collection, 28-30 January 1998. £ 700 - 1,000
Lot 590
Raymond James Coxon (British, 1896-1997)
Welsh landscape
signed (lower left)
oils on canvas
62cm x 75cm.

Provenance:
By descent through the artist's family.

Exhibited:
City Art Gallery, Stoke on Trent, Raymond Coxon Retrospective, April - June 1987, no.30.

Raymond Coxon was a painter for over 75 years, producing diverse art work which became collectable in artistic circles. His work was bought by figures such as Maynard Keynes, Sir Michael Sadler, Sir Edward Marsh and Henry Lamb, and his artwork now hangs in many museum collections.

Coxon studied at Leeds College of Art (1919-21), where he became a close friend of the sculptor Henry Moore. Alongside Moore, Coxon visited France in 1922 and met Malliol and Bonnard. He went on to study at the Royal College of Art (1921-25), under Sir William Rothenstein and taught at Richmond School of Art (1925).

In 1927 Coxon and his wife, together with Henry Moore and Leon Underwood formed the short-lived Independent Society.

His first one man exhibition took place in 1928 with the London Artists Association at the Cooling Galleries. He went onto have one-man shows at the Leicester Galleries (1936, 1940, 1947 and 1960), was a member of the London Group (1932), the Chiswick Group (1938), and became an official war artist seconded to the navy in the Second World War (1940-45).

Perhaps some of his most notable work, alongside his landscapes, were his portraits of his friends including Henry Moore, Ceri Richards, Vivian Pitchforth and John Piper. £ 100 - 200
Lot 591
Raymond James Coxon (British, 1896-1997)
Landscape
signed (lower left)
oils on canvas
44cm x 75cm.

Provenance:
By descent through the artist's family. £ 100 - 200
Lot 592
Raymond James Coxon (British, 1896-1997)
The matador
signed (lower left)
oils on canvas
59.5cm x 49.5cm.

Provenance:
By descent through the artist's family. £ 100 - 200
Lot 593
Raymond James Coxon (British, 1896-1997)
Landscape with branches
signed (lower left)
oils on canvas
42.5cm x 73cm.

Provenance:
By descent through the artist's family. £ 80 - 120
Lot 594
Emma Fordyce Macrae (American, 1887-1974)
Spring Flowers
oils on board
45cm x 37cm.

Exhibited:
Knickerbocker Artists, 7th Members Show, May 1967.

Emma Fordyce MacRae first studied at the Art Students League in 1911, under Frank Vincent DuMond, Kenneth Hayes Miller and later Luis Mora, Ernest Blumenschein and Joan Sloan, all eminent American artists and teachers in their own right. MacRae painted for the majority of her life in her studios in New York City, in Gloucester, Massachusetts and in Europe.
In the 1920s and 1930s, MacRae became one of the foremost female American artist's of her generation, and showed her work in many exhibition and gallery shows, including the American Woman's Association, National Academy of Design, New York Society of Painters, The MacDowell Club and The Philadelphia Ten. In the 1940s she became chairman of the jury for the National Associate of Women Artists.
During her lifetime she won numerous awards for her work including The Kingdon Gould Prize (1928), Philadelphia Prize (1932), Hans Hunrich Prize (1942) and at the Pen and Brush Club on many occasions.
A major reassessment of her work happened in the 1980s after her death. The Richard York Gallery in New York exhibited thirty paintings by her in 1983 and she was included in the 'American Women Artists, 1930-1930' exhibition at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington D. C. and in four other museums. In 2008 there was another solo exhibition of her work at the Cape Ann Museum in Gloucester, Massachusetts. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 595
Emma Fordyce Macrae (American, 1887-1974)
Anemones with Dancing Men
oils on board
49cm x 39cm. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 596
Emma Fordyce Macrae (American, 1887-1974)
Lilies in Japanese Vase
signed (upper left)
oils on board
64.5cm x 44cm.

Exhibited:
Allied Artists of America, National Academy Galleries, New York. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 597
Frank Bellamy (British, 1917-1976)
Space ship, an original illustration
signed in pencil
pen and watercolour
16cm x 14.5cm.

Frank Bellamy was one of the leading comic book and magazine illustrators of his generation, and his list of credits include comics such as Swift, Eagle, Mickey Mouse Weekly and TV21, magazines such as Boy's Own Paper, Lilliput, Home Notes and The Radio Times and national newspapers such as The Sunday Times and The Daily Mirror. In the 1960s he spent a lot of time on Thunderbirds in TV21 and in the 1970s he became associated with Dr. Who. £ 60 - 100
Lot 598
Clare White (British, 1903-1997)
Repairing the boat
signed (lower right)
watercolour
36.5cm x 49cm. £ 100 - 200
Lot 599
Clare White (British, 1903-1997)
Children playing
signed (lower left)
watercolour
35cm x 48cm. £ 100 - 200
Lot 600
Clare White (British, 1903-1997)
In the bakery
signed (lower left)
watercolour
36cm x 48cm. £ 100 - 200
Lot 601
Michel Boulet (French, b.1936)
The elegant cyclist
signed (lower right)
oils on canvas
99.5cm x 81cm. £ 300 - 500
Lot 602
John S. Currie (British, c.1884-1914)
Cubist figure
signed in pencil (lower left)
pencil
9cm x 5cm.

In 1910 John Currie attended the Slade School of Art in London, and was part of the 'Neo-Primitive' circle of artists at the Slade, alongside Edward Wadsworth, Christopher Nevinson, Stanley Spencer and Mark Gertler. Michael Sadler described him as 'blazing with genius'. However, he shot himself and his mistress in a fit of jealousy. His fellow artists mourned his premature death as a major loss to the British avant-garde art world. £ 100 - 200
Lot 603
Michael Honnor (British, b.1944)
Argyll, Loch Linnhe after rain
signed (lower right)
oils on paper
19cm x 38.5cm. £ 200 - 300
Lot 604
Albert Rutherston (British, 1881-1953)
Seated nude, 1906
signed, dated and inscribed (lower right)
chalk
29.5 x 22cm, unframed. £ 100 - 200
Lot 605
James Dickson Innes (British, 1887-1914)
Coastal landscape, 1907
signed and dated (lower left)
watercolour and body colour
27 x 38cm. £ 300 - 500
Lot 606
Constant Le Breton (French, 1895-1985)
Coastal landscape
signed (lower right)
oils on board
30.5cm x 40.5cm, unframed. £ 150 - 250
Lot 607
Godfrey Tonks (British, b.1948)
Gallatzo, Majorca
signed (lower left)
pastels
78cm x 59cm. £ 350 - 450
Lot 608
Paul Bassingthwaighte (British, b.1963)
Crossing I
signed and titled (to reverse)
oils on board
59.5cm x 59.5cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 609
Paul Bassingthwaighte (British, b.1963)
Pond
signed and titled (to reverse)
oils on canvas
59.5cm x 90cm. £ 100 - 200
Lot 610
Henry Jenkins (British, 1906-1975)
Guards officer marching
pen and watercolour
25cm x 18.5cm.

Exhibited:
Martyn Gregory Gallery, London, Watercolours and Drawings by Henry Jenkins (1906-1975), cat. 67, no. 18.

Provenance:
Priscilla Macleod, to whom Jenkins left the contents of his studio;
with Martyn Gregory Gallery, London. £ 60 - 100
Lot 611
Hans Feibusch (German, 1898-1998)
The Crucifixion, 1973
monogrammed and dated (lower right)
gouache on paper
27cm x 24.5cm. £ 200 - 300
Lot 612
Stanley Simmonds (British, 1917-2006)
Untitled, 1960
signed and dated (lower right)
oils on board
59cm x 38.5cm.

Provenance:
with The Bear Lane Gallery, Oxford.

During the late 1950s and 1960s Stanley Simmonds exhibited at various galleries in London, Brighton and Oxford, including at the Royal Academy with the 'London Group', The Bear Lane Gallery in Oxford and The Whitechapel Art Gallery. He shared exhibitions with his contemporaries including John Piper, John Bratby and Ivon Hitchens and he also exhibited in numerous Oxford Colleges. £ 80 - 120
Lot 613
J. S. Cartier (American, b.1932)
Abstract landscape, 1960
signed and dated (lower right)
oils on board
24.5cm x 21cm.

Provenance:
with The Bear Lane Gallery, Oxford, 1960, No. 42.

J. S. Cartier studied at the Ecole Nationale des Arts Appliques in Paris in 1950, before emigrating to America. By 1952 he had his first show of abstract art in New York. After a period in the US Army he came to study at the Ruskin School of Art in Oxford, before returning to New York in 1960.

Cartier became heavily influenced by the abstract-expressionist school of Pollock and de Kooning amongst others, and also became a noted photographer, particularly recording the destruction of lower Manhattan in the 1960s. £ 60 - 100
Lot 614
Miguel Deveze (French, b.1909)
Matador and bull
signed (lower left)
oils on board
26.5cm x 34.5cm. £ 100 - 200
Lot 615
Miguel Deveze (French, b.1909)
Madonna
signed (lower left)
oils on board
44.5cm x 36.5cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 616
Anna Katrina Zinkeisen (British, 1901-1976)
Burning the hay
signed (lower left)
oils on board
57cm x 70.5cm. £ 600 - 1,000
Lot 617
Patrick Lin Wah Wong (British, b.1966)
Summer Fruits
oils on paper
61cm x 68.5cm, unframed. £ 80 - 120
Lot 617a
Patrick Lin Wah Wong (British, b.1966)
The Dreamer
oils on paper
81cm x 87cm, unframed. £ 80 - 120
Lot 618
Dugald Sutherland McColl (British, 1859-1948)
Spring, Hampstead Heath
initialled (lower right), titled (to reverse)
crayon and watercolour
16cm x 23.5cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 619
Gerard Chowne (British, 1857-1917)
The Magne (Great Tower) at Nimes
pencil and watercolour
31cm x 24cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 620
Ronald Gray (British, 1868-1951)
St. Ives, 1941
signed, dated and inscribed (lower right)
pencil and watercolour
21.5cm x 28.5cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 621
Roy Perry (British, 1935-1993)
Broad Street, Oxford, 1974
signed (lower left)
pencil and watercolour
33cm x 45.5cm. £ 150 - 250
Lot 622
Frank Phelan (British, b.1932)
Herminia
mixed media
55cm x 75.5cm.

Provenance:
with The Richard Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh. £ 200 - 300
Lot 623
Barry Mason (British, b.1947)
View of Seaton, Devon in winter, looking out from the artist's studio
initialled (lower right), titled (to reverse)
oils on canvas
20cm x 36cm.

Provenance:
Gift from the artist to the current vendor. £ 100 - 200
Lot 624
Edwin Whitney Smith (British, 1880-1952)
Portrait bust of a lady, 1925
signed and dated
bronze
39cm across, 58cm high.

This portrait bust could possibly be entitled 'Cora'. A bronze portrait bust was exhibited by Whitney Smith at the Royal Academy in 1925 with this title. £ 700 - 1,000
Lot 625
David Oxtoby (British, b.1938)
Self Portrait, 1957
signed 'BYNO' (lower right), inscribed and dated to the reverse
oils on board
66cm x 25.5cm.

David Oxtoby became well known for his portraits of rock and roll musicians in the seventies and eighties including Bob Dylan, Elvis Presley and Rod Stewart. £ 100 - 200
Lot 626
Hedwig Marquardt (German, 1884-1969)
Rubezahl (a fokelore mountain figure), circa 1942
monogramed (lower right)
ink on paper
29xm x 20.5cm.

Hedwig Marquardt was one of the small number of women whose work was considered in the German expressionist oeuvre. £ 100 - 200
Lot 627
Andrew Macara (British, b.1944)
La Palmyre, Royan, 1990
signed and dated (lower right), titled (to reverse)
oils on canvas
39cm x 49cm. £ 400 - 700
Lot 628
Sven Berlin (British, 1911-1999)
Sven's Back!, 1982
monogrammed and dated (lower right)
ink on paper
32cm x 20cm. £ 100 - 200
Lot 629
Bob Crossley (British, 1912-2010)
Landscape, 1972
initialled and dated (lower left)
oils on board
19.5cm x 26.5cm. £ 120 - 180
Lot 630
Roy Petley (British, b.1951)
Promenade on the quayside
signed (lower left)
oils on board
29.5cm x 44.5cm. £ 150 - 250
Lot 631
Arnold Marc Gorter (Dutch, 1866-1933)
Ducks by the river
signed (lower right)
watercolour heightened with body colour
25 x 38cm. £ 300 - 500
Lot 632
Ezelino Briante (Italian, 1901-1971)
Boats in the harbour and fisherman's boats on the beach
signed
companion pieces
oils on board
28cm x 38cm and 17cm x 38cm respectively (2). £ 400 - 600
Lot 633
James Coignard (French, 1925-2008)
Abstract
signed in pencil (lower right)
mixed media
31cm x 22cm. £ 200 - 300
Lot 634
James Coignard (French, 1925-2008)
Abstract
signed in pencil (lower right)
mixed media
44cm x 56cm. £ 300 - 500
Lot 635
Geoffrey Mortimer (British, 1895-1986)
Ploughing
signed (lower left)
oils on board
19.5cm x 24cm. £ 80 - 120
Lot 636
Peter Moffat Lindner (British, 1852-1949)
Sailing boats in Suffolk
signed (lower left)
oils on canvas
75cm x 74.5cm. £ 300 - 500
Lot 637
Thomas Barclay Hennell (British, 1903-1945)
Sowing and ploughing
pencil and watercolour
25.5cm x 37cm.

Exhibited:
Worthing Borough Council Exhibition, A Countryside Collection, Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, January - March 2000, no.13;
Somerset County Museums, The Countryman at Work, Somerset Rural Life Museum, Glastonbury, July - September 1999, and Somerset County Museum, Taunton, September - November 1999, no.26. £ 200 - 400
Lot 638
Stephen Bone (British, 1904-1958)
The Caha Mountain and The Back Strand, Bere
signed (lower left) and titled (to reverse)
oils on board
24cm x 34cm. £ 200 - 300
Lot 639
Stephen Bone (British, 1904-1958)
The beach
oils on board
24cm x 34cm. £ 100 - 200
Lot 640
Jonathan Armigel Wade (British, b.1960)
Rumbled
signed (lower right)
oils on board
65cm x 52.5cm. £ 600 - 800
Lot 641
Vivien Ap Rhys Pryce (British, 20th Century)
Dancers
a pair of bronze figures
impressed mark
16.5cm and 13cm high (2).

Vivien Ap Rhys Pryce trained at the City & Guilds of London Art School. In 1964 she won the Feodora Gleichen Award, given by the Royal Society of British Sculptors and became an associate member of the Society in 1965, before being elected a fellow member in 1972.

She held assistant lectureships at the City & Guilds of London Art School (1964-74), Twickenham College of Art (1970-72) and exhibited widely including at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions as early as 1959. Commissions included portrait sculptures for Madame Tussaud's, London. £ 100 - 200
Lot 642
Vivien Ap Rhys Pryce (British, 20th Century)
The Hat and Bird
two resin scuptures
30.5cm and 21cm across respectively (2). £ 100 - 200
Lot 643
Ray Howard Jones (British, 1903-1996)
Oak Beauty (Male)
inscribed and titled (to reverse)
oils on board
14.5cm x 30cm. £ 100 - 200
Lot 644
Ray Howard Jones (British, 1903-1996)
Pebble Nest
inscribed and titled (to reverse)
oils on paper laid on board
16cm x 38.5cm. £ 50 - 150
Lot 645
Edward H. Rogers (British, 1911-1994)
The Port, 1951
signed and dated (lower right)
oils on board
22cm x 36cm. £ 300 - 500