London September Fine Art & Antiques Auction

  • Normansfield Theatre
  • The Langdon Down Centre
  • 2A Langdon Park
  • Teddington
  • TW11 9PS

Auction Days

Saturday 8th September - Fine Art & Antiques Auction
Starts at 10.30am

*Lot Breakdown*
Asian/Indian 1 – 51
Islamic Works of Art 52 – 55
Jewellery and Watches 56 – 246
Coins, Medals, Stamps and Banknotes 247 – 253
Silver and Objects of Vertu 254 – 402
Art 403 – 472
Books 473 – 493
Autographs and Ephemera 494 – 499
Pens and Writing Implements 500 – 501
Clocks and Barometers 502 – 508
Decorative Arts 509 – 527
European Ceramics 528 – 579
European Works of Art 580 – 628
Glass 629 – 643
Lighting 644 – 647
Luggage and Vintage Clothes 648 – 653
Militaria 654 – 655
Musical Instruments 656 –657
Taxidermy 658 – 660
Toys and Collectables 661 – 671
Tribal 672 – 673
Breweryana 674-675

Viewing Days

Friday 7th September, 2pm-8pm
Saturday 8th September, 8.30am-10.30am

Tel: 0208 979 7954

Email: [email protected]

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Lot Number 1

Lot Number 1

A large Chinese Canton Export Famille rose baluster vase, with cover in typical palette decorated with figures and butterflies, with applied chilong, and Buddhistic lion finial, 65cm high.

Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Result: Awaiting Result

Lot Number 2

Lot Number 2

A 19th century Chinese ovoid cinnabar jar and cover, decorated in raised relief with figures in landscapes amidst pierced C scroll borders, 17 cm high.

Estimate: £250.00 - £400.00

Result: Awaiting Result

Lot Number 3

Lot Number 3

A bronze censor of Kylin galloping on clouds, 14 cm high.

Estimate: £250.00 - £450.00

Result: Awaiting Result

Lot Number 4

Lot Number 4

An 18th century Tibetan Phua copper gilt metal mihrab shaped personal altar, with embossed decoration around a glass panel showing a figure, enclosed in silk pouch embroidered with dragons and flowers, 13 cm x 9.5 cm.

Estimate: £200.00 - £400.00

Result: Awaiting Result

Lot Number 5

Lot Number 5

A Chinese white metal circular dish, engraved with foliage in shallow relief, inset with a Chinese coin, within simulated bamboo rim, 10 cm diameter.

Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Result: Awaiting Result

Lot Number 6

Lot Number 6

A Chinese brown glazed pottery water pot on three peg feet, 10 cm high, together with a schist four division ink pot, an Eastern carved wooden scroll holder with incised decoration, 19 cm long and a Chinese porcelain brush rest. (4)

Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Result: Awaiting Result

Lot Number 7

Lot Number 7

A Japanese bronze centre piece, modelled as three swans adjoined at out swept wings each on monopaedic supports, 25 cm high x 27 cm wide, together with two Oriental nesting birds, 10 cm high. (3)

Estimate: £70.00 - £100.00

Result: Awaiting Result

Lot Number 8

Lot Number 8

A Japanese Satsuma pottery ‘Owl’ salt, with painted feathered detail and eyes, modelled perched upon a tree stump, 11.5 cm high.

Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Result: Awaiting Result

Lot Number 9

Lot Number 9

A Chinese transitional style vase, with Lotus decoration, possibly of the period. (at fault). 11cms high.

Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

Result: Awaiting Result

Lot Number 10

Lot Number 10

A Qing dynasty graduated string of rhinoceros horn beads, each worked bead of ovoid form, the largest length 37mm x diameter 23mm, total length approx. 78cm. (135.5g) Provenance: By family descent c.1920.

Estimate: £800.00 - £1200.00

Result: Awaiting Result

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