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Lot 343

Ruby and Zircon Graduated Band Ring, comprising five graduated baguette cut rubies of good and well matched colour, the largest of .85ct, flanked by two of .6ct each with a further .45ct to each end, set in a curve across the finger and framed with a total of .8ct of round cut Cambodian white zircons, enhancing the glow of the rubies; the overall total of 3.75cts of gemstones set in platinum vermeil and silver; size S

Lot 952

A CAMBODIAN BRONZE BUDDHA, seated with Naga, 18th Century. 33.5cm

Lot 1006

A pair of silver gilt earrings set with Cambodian zircon

Lot 72

A 19th century possibly Cambodian sandstone carving on display stand. Head 15cm x 9cm

Lot 312

Ruby and Zircon Graduated Band Ring, comprising five graduated baguette cut rubies of good and well matched colour, the largest of .85ct, flanked by two of .6ct each with a further .45ct to each end, set in a curve across the finger and framed with a total of .8ct of round cut Cambodian white zircons, enhancing the glow of the rubies; the overall total of 3.75cts of gemstones set in platinum vermeil and silver; size S

Lot 416

Miscellaneous Items - including a teak butler's tray on stand, Napoleon mantel clock, two Cambodian carvings depicting human hands and a wooden trug. (5) 

Lot 282

SIR GERALD FESTUS KELLY PRA (1879 - 1972)Neac Thul V, Portrait of a Cambodian DancerOil on canvas, 69 x 80cmInscribed with title on the

Lot 484

An early 20th century Cambodian Khmer silver white metal betel box in the form of an elephant trumpeting decorated throughout with ceremonial foliate scrolling. Weighs 142 grams. Measures: 11cm tall.

Lot 275

Ruby and Zircon Graduated Band Ring, comprising five graduated baguette cut rubies of good and well matched colour, the largest of .85ct, flanked by two of .6ct each with a further .45ct to each end, set in a curve across the finger and framed with a total of .8ct of round cut Cambodian white zircons, enhancing the glow of the rubies; the overall total of 3.75cts of gemstones set in platinum vermeil and silver; size S

Lot 71

A Kashmiri or Indian silver drum shaped box with lid together with six Cambodian small silver boxes including two elephants and four fruits

Lot 1141

A Russian diopside, diamond cluster ring in platinum overlay sterling silver and a Kagem Zambian emerald (pear), natural Cambodian zircon flower ring in platinum overlay sterling silver.

Lot 1142

A golden floride with Cambodian natural zircons set in silver ring and a Helidor and diamond silver ring.

Lot 1143

A Jalisco fire opal, natural Cambodian zircon ring in 14ct gold overlay sterling silver.

Lot 209

Ruby and Zircon Graduated Band Ring, comprising five graduated baguette cut rubies of good and well matched colour, the largest of .85ct, flanked by two of .6ct each with a further .45ct to each end, set in a curve across the finger and framed with a total of .8ct of round cut Cambodian white zircons, enhancing the glow of the rubies; the overall total of 3.75cts of gemstones set in platinum vermeil and silver; size S

Lot 646

Antique bronze Buddha, possibly Cambodian (Khmer), 19th Century or earlier, seated in bhumisparsh mudra, on a double lotus flower base, 18cm

Lot 316

Pair of Cambodian Metal Lions inset with Coloured Stones, 14cms high (2)

Lot 271

A 12TH CENTURY STYLE CAMBODIAN KHMER STYLE RED SANDSTONE CARVING OF A FOUR ARMED DEITY. 52cms high.

Lot 483

Cambodian stone head mounted on wood plinth

Lot 426

A CAMBODIAN LACQUERED AND PARCEL-GILT WOOD FIGURE OF BUDDHA 19TH/20TH CENTURY Depicted standing in samabhanga on a lacquered square-section pedestal, with his right hand in abhaya mudra, wearing a long robe which extends down to his ankles, his face bearing a serene expression, 185cm overall. Exhibited: Jonathan Tucker Antonia Tozer Asian Art.

Lot 42

BLUE-GLAZED PEAR-SHAPED EWER, WANLI PERIOD each side slip-decorated with a dragon in a leaf-shaped medallion with a cloud motif above, cover, handle, and spout in later Cambodian silver, 20cm high Provenance: Acquired in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 1992. Note: a similar ewer from the Reitlinger Collection is in the Ashmolean Museum (cat no.19).

Lot 461

CAMBODIAN SANDSTONE HEAD OF A BUDDHA, 13TH CENTURY OR LATER by repute acquired from the Abron Art Institute, 16cm high

Lot 212

Notes, World , a collection of bank notes to include 2x 1936 Sinkiang 3 Tael notes, F+, 2x1935 Bank of Communications 5 Yuan 'junk' notes, 1xF+1 NEF, assorted of the Chinese, Japanese, Indonesian, Cambodian notes, etc

Lot 2135

•SIR GERALD FESTUS KELLY, PRA (1879-1972) NEAC THUL V, CAMBODIAN DANCER, c.1936 Inscribed with title on canvas edge and on the stretcher, oil on canvas 67 x 79cm. * Kelly's Oriental subjects were hugely popular amongst collectors of popular prints. He first painted these themes on a visit to Burma in 1908-1909, where he was `sponsored` by W. Somerset Maugham (who used Kelly as a character in various novels and stories). Kelly returned to the region in 1936. Kenneth Clark described Kelly as `the most reliable portrait painter of his time` and Clive Bell rated him as `about the best President of the Royal Academy since Sir Joshua Reynolds.` ++ Retouching over craquelure

Lot 187

A Cambodian Khmer carved sandstone Buddha head

Lot 7203

A Cambodian carved stone head, mounted on a wooden stand, 26.5cm overall.

Lot 64

Cambodian Rosewood two chairs and side table with inlaid backs, 83cm wide, 88cm high approx

Lot 65

Cambodian Rosewood Bench with inlaid back, 119cm wide, 87cm high approx

Lot 6281

A selection of Cambodian white metal animal form trinket pots and ornaments including a miniature pig, cat and dog etc (7)

Lot 6282

Four Cambodian white metal dragon dog form trinket pots

Lot 6326

Two Cambodian white metal elephant form trinket pots

Lot 6357

Three assorted Cambodian white metal animal form trinket pots including bearded goat, deer etc

Lot 6369

Seven assorted Cambodian white metal ornaments including Oxen, a/f, bicycle, plane and a rickshaw

Lot 6370

Seven Cambodian white metal ornamental trinket pots including chest form, pineapple and teapot form

Lot 6371

Six Cambodian white metal animal form trinket pots including Chicken, Duck etc

Lot 6372

Cambodian white metal miniature animal form trinket pots including frog and a puffer fish form (5)

Lot 481

A 12TH CENTURY STYLE CAMBODIAN KHMER STYLE RED SANDSTONE CARVING OF A FOUR ARMED DEITY. 52cms high.

Lot 482

A CAMBODIAN KHMER STYLE CARVING OF A CROUCHING FIGURE IN A TEMPLE.

Lot 220

A Cambodian style spelter figure of Buddha height 41cm

Lot 563

CHRISTOPHER RYDER 'Cambodian Scene' and 'Coracles-Vietnam', a pair of watercolours, signed, 25cm x 35cm each, framed and glazed. (2)

Lot 710

Antique Cambodian bronze Naga Buddha, contemplative figure raised on base of crashing waves, signature panel to rear, enclosed base, 30cm high

Lot 792

Antique Cambodian rice-cutter, the arching horn handle with steel blade, 26cm high

Lot 216

Ruby and Cambodian Zircon Drop Earrings, each earring having a cushion cut ruby, of over 1ct, set below a quatrefoil with white zircons, mined in Cambodia, suspended below a round cut ruby of .5ct, the whole set in platinum vermeil and silver, articulated, post and push back fittings; a total of 3.75cts; .9 inch (2 cms) long

Lot 3269

Anthropolog/Ethnographia - a Cambodian terracotta figural effigy or talisman, possibly funerary, modelled as skeletal child, its waist strung-bound, 15cm long, rectangular glazed case, mahogany plinth, 18cm high, 24cm wide

Lot 205

An earthenware Cambodian figurehead, raised on later brass plinth, 20cm high

Lot 350

A Cambodian copper betal nut / leaf box in the form of a bird, decorated with foliate scrolls with silvered interior, 28cms (11ins) long.

Lot 73

TIM PAGE (b. 1944) Sean Flynn, Tu Do Flat, (Saigon) '68, pigment print, 12 line inscription in white pen, titled, signed and dated, the image 36cm x 23.5cm, unframed. DDS * Sean Flynn, son of Hollywood actor Erol Flynn,best known as a photo-journalist covering the Vietnam War, Flynn disapeared, on the Vietnam, Cambodian border, feared kidnapped, with CBS cameraman Dana Stone, April 6, 1970, they were never seen again.

Lot 187

Ruby and Cambodian Zircon Drop Earrings, each earring having a cushion cut ruby, of over 1ct, set below a quatrefoil with white zircons, mined in Cambodia, suspended below a round cut ruby of .5ct, the whole set in platinum vermeil and silver, articulated, post and push back fittings; a total of 3.75cts; .9 inch (2 cms) long

Lot 1093

A 10 - 12th century Cambodian Khmer sandstone Buddha head height 15cm

Lot 899

Antique Chinese cinnabar lacquer box, squat circular cushion form, 7.5cm diameter, together with a Cambodian bronze head, believed to be Jayavarman VII. (2)

Lot 223

A collection of four artworks to include an oil painting of a young girl signed Kirsten Hom, a Continental mountainous seascape oil on collage paper, a pencil signed print of a prowling bear and one other of Cambodian dancers (4)

Lot 251

Ruby and Cambodian Zircon Drop Earrings, each earring having a cushion cut ruby, of over 1ct, set below a quatrefoil with white zircons, mined in Cambodia, suspended below a round cut ruby of .5ct, the whole set in platinum vermeil and silver, articulated, post and push back fittings; a total of 3.75cts; .9 inch (2 cms) long

Lot 814

Five Asian silver boxes, one Cambodian, stamped 90%, 20th century, shaped and chased with a Ramayana character, 7cm (2 3/4in) long; a Cambodian canted-rectangular pierced box from a betel set, two character mark, early 20th century, 7.5cm (3in) long; a pair and another rounded circular; and an Italian disc shaped box, Milan 1944-68 .900 standard, with pierced sides, 7cm (2 3/4in) diameter, 345g (11.1 oz) (6)

Lot 472

An ancient Cambodian Khmer bronze bangle together with two antique South Asian carved and painted wooden figures

Lot 103

[§] JOHN DUNCAN FERGUSSON R.B.A. (SCOTTISH 1874-1961)EASTRE (HYMN TO THE SUN) Bronze, inscribed with initials, dated 1991 and numbered 5/1040cm (15.75in) highNote:Fergusson carved the original in plaster in 1927, but kept it under his bed for three years before he found someone who could pay for it to be cast. It is believed only one lifetime cast was made, which is held in the collection of Aberdeen Art Gallery.A posthumous edition of 6 was cast in 1971 and a second posthumous edition of 10 in 1991, celebrating the Fergusson Gallery project, which opened in 1992. This bust is from the 1991 casting. In Eastre we see Fergusson bringing together three important strains of early twentieth Century art: Paganism, Primitivism and Modernism.Eastre is the Saxon Goddess of Spring and of the rising sun. An enthusiasm for Paganism amongst artists and musicians such as Stravinsky had emerged in the early twentieth century. Fergusson was particularly fascinated by Celtic culture and the observance of harmony and unity in nature and the concept of the female form as a symbol of fecundity, renewal and rhythm. In the South of France during the 1920s, the natural environment and bright sunlight resonated with both Fergusson and his partner, the dancer Margaret Morris, who was herself also involved in a ballet performance entitled Hymn to the Sun. The full lips of Eastre and the repeating curves forming the chest, neck and head convey her organic nature.Together with the revival of Paganism came an interest in non-Western 'Primitive' art which was widespread from around 1907. Fergusson sketched Cambodian and Indian sculpture in the Trocadéro Museum in Paris. The strong features and bold stare of masks made a particularly powerful impression on artists of the time. Here the deeply sculpted eye sockets of Eastre recall African and Oceanic wood carvings. Two years prior to creating Eastre, Fergusson had embarked on a motoring trip around the highlands. His landscapes from this journey convey the Vorticist movement's love of speed, as well as elements of Cubism in the way that the landscape is broken up into segments. Here, hints of Vorticism and an Art Deco sensibility are found in the polished finish and the bold lines running along the cheek bones, chin and eyebrows which create a dynamic composition. The warm tone of the bronze is evocative of strong sunshine, and a sense of the luxurious. Eastre represents the perfect homage to both primal nature and a celebration of modern style and energy. It is arguably the most significant sculptural work by a Scottish artist of the 20th Century; its scarcity further enhancing its iconic status.

Lot 114

A Cambodian Khmer box and cover , 15th to 16th century, of tapering form on a short circular base, painted with panels of flowers, the domed cover similarly decorated with a spear knop, 12cm high, and a terracotta jar, 9.5cm high (3)

Lot 7071

Depicting head of Cambodian man, 12th Century, Kmer, Angkor style, Provenance: De Zwaan Veilinghuis, Amsterdam 1998, 28 cm. tall.

Lot 177

A Moroccan copper teapot,inlaid overall with leaves; another Cambodian, bone and brass (2)

Lot 24

A Cambodian powder horn. Probably 19th century, 26cms, swollen top carved with lotus leaves, ribbed finial pierced for carrying cord; together with a Cambodian bullet carrier made from woven bamboo. G.C. Note: See Brons fig.130 for similar. £30-50

Lot 207

Two Cambodian 19th century marble seated buddhas. 20 cm and 25 cm tall.

Lot 248

Five Medals and Orders of the World, including Korean War Medal, Ethiopia Haile Selassie Jubilee Bronze Medal, Cambodian Silver Order, among others.

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