Three pieces of art and antiques to brighten your home coming up for auction this week06 July 2020 With estimates from £400-5000 here are three previews of upcoming lots this week.
1. Four Seasons linocut
This linocut, 'Spring' by Claude Flight, has an estimate of £2500-3500 at Roseberys London on July 7.
This 10½ x 12½in (26 x 31cm) linocut, Spring by Claude Flight (1881-1955) has an estimate of £2500-3500 at Roseberys London on July 7.
Signed and numbered, it is from an edition of 50 published in 1926 as part of The Four Seasons suite.
View and bid for this linocut via thesaleroom.com.
2. 19th century armchair
The auction at Mander in Sudbury on July 11 includes some fine antiques from Dalby Hall, Lincolnshire. Many pieces were purchased from dealers in the past decade. This 19th century leather upholstered and carved mahogany reclining armchair was purchased from John Thompson Antiques for £8250 in 2000.
The estimate is £3000-5000. View and bid for this armchair via thesaleroom.com.
3. 19th century Chinese vases
Silverwoods’ sale in Clitheroe, Lancashire, on July 8 includes this pair of 19th century Chinese export triple gourd form vases standing 18in (44cm) high. As well as floral sprays, the vases have an armorial crest thought to relate to a branch of the Mosley family of Ancoats.
Estimate £400-500. View and bid for these Chinese vases via thesaleroom.com.