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Lot 563

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

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Lot 710

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

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Lot 792

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

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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

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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

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Lot 205

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

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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.

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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.

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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

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Lot 1093

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

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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)

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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)

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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

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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)

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Lot 472

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

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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.

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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)

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Lot 7071

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

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Lot 177

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

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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

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Lot 207

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

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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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Lot 137

A selection of Cambodian Coins from 1954 onwards to include 50 Centimes, Mint Set, 500 Riels, 200 Reils, 100 Riels, 50 Riels.

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Lot 41

NGOR HAING S.: (1940-1996) Cambodian American Physician and Actor, Academy Award winner. Rare signed 10 x 8 photograph of Ngor standing outdoors in a half length profile pose in costume as Dith Pran, embracing Sam Waterston, in costume as Sydney Schanberg, in a scene from The Killing Fields (1984). Signed by Ngor in bold purple ink with his name alone to the image. It was for their roles in this biographical drama film that Ngor won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar and Waterston was nominated for a Best Actor Academy Award. Signed photographs of Ngor are rare as a result of his murder at the age of 55. A couple of very light, extremely minor corner creases, otherwise EX

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Lot 400

Don McCullin (British, b.1935), Cambodia 1970, a Cambodian soldier wearing a gun, silver gelatin print, unsigned, 32 x 22cm

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Lot 441

A CAMBODIAN TERRACOTTA HEAD on ebonised plinth base, the entire 22.5cm high

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Lot 1577

South East Asian silver lime container hand made embossed decoration, temple form top, possibly of Cambodian or Laotian origin, (height 15cm approx).

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Lot 1589

Collection four various Oriental silver boxes including 2 lime boxes; and 2 melon form betel boxes; together with a brass lime box, each possibly of Cambodian or Laotian origin, (height 7cm approx, tallest).

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Lot 103

Four Cambodian white metal pepper mills and salt shakers, the salt s stamped ''Paong 900''; together with a similarly decorated beaker stamped ''Pak 94 Sil'', the largest mill 21.5cm high (5)

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Lot 439

A 20th century Cambodian tea chest.

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Lot 697

CAMBODIAN SILVER COINAGE. (80) C 1840 Tical coinage in silver, of one side strikings.

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Lot 267

A carved wooden Cambodian style deity mask of khmer; a red painted wooden bowl carved with pheonix and character marks; two further covered bowls painted with oriental motifs.

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Lot 276

Cambodia Medal of Norodom Sihanouk in Bronze. For loyal service to the Cambodian King 1941-55.

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Lot 123

A mid 20th century Cambodian brass box and cover, in the form of a quail, 6" long, and a bronze model of a sphinx

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Lot 10

25 x circa 1847 Cambodian coins, 1/8th of a Tical. Together with 10 Chinese coins.

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Lot 9

20 x circa 1847 Cambodian coins, 1/8th of a Tical.

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Lot 1570

Postcards, S & G stamp album, quantity of coinage, Cambodian banknotes, etc:- One Tray

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Lot 1541

Thai bronze Buddha figure possibly of Thai or Cambodian origin, seated on lotus throne, with earth filled body, (height 24cm approx).

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Lot 808

A CIRCA 13TH CENTURY CAMBODIAN SANDSTONE HEAD, Khumer period, H 19 cm, overall H 25 cm inc base

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Lot 347

A 20th century Asian Cambodian ceramic figure group with a mint crackle glaze on a rectangular base depicting two Asian elephants with armed warriors in traditional dress and a tiger hunting. Measures: 28cm high x 35cm wide x 14cm diameter

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Lot 1577

Three graduated Asian lidded silver boxes possibly Cambodian or Burmese, each with embossed decoration to lids and sides. (Diameter 7cm approx, largest, weight 185grams approx, total).

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Lot 1582

Graduated pair Oriental lidded boxes floral decoration in relief to lids and sides. Possibly Burmese or Cambodian, (length 8cm and 10cm approx, weight 220grams approx, total).

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Lot 551

Cambodian stone carving of a Khmer head, possibly late 10thC, 22cm tall

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Lot 561

A carved and gilded Cambodian Kinnaris Temple Dancer with script to base, 99cm tall

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Lot 3134

A museum-type composition model, of a Khymer Buddha head, after the Ancient Cambodian,

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Lot 1189

A collection of approx. 43 Cambodian bank notes. All appear unused. 3 notes are in a glazed frame.

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Lot 718

Vietnam War Era Cambodian troops Guerrilla scarf.

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Lot 187

Two Cambodian Order of the Dragon brooches

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Lot 1005

A white metal circular acorn decorated dish, diameter 17cm, a white metal miniature teapot, and a Cambodian trinket box (3).

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Lot 165

SUSAN JAYNE HOCKING (British b.1952) 'Cambodian Monks', oil on panel, signed verso, provenance: New Grafton Gallery, 60cm x 60cm, framed.(Subject to ARR - please see Buyers Conditions)

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Lot 408

A Pair of Cambodian Silver Candlesticks, marked THAN CAMBODGE TOCO, 263g, 10.5cm

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Lot 1575

Cased set of Indian tabla drums and a Cambodian drum

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Lot 55

A collection of approx. 43 Cambodian bank notes. All appear unused. 3 notes are in a glazed frame.

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Lot 582

SIHANOUK NORODOM: (1922-2012) King of Cambodia 1941-55 & 1993-2004, and Head of State 1960-70 & 1993. Signed and inscribed colour 4 x 5.5 photograph by Sihanouk, the image depicting the Cambodian King in a standing formal half length pose. Signed in bold black ink to the lower white border, stating `To miss Daniela Blaschka, cordially, The President of Cambodia´, in French, also dated 1986 in his hand. EX £80-100

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Lot 122

An important 3-piece Art Deco tea and coffee service with Rosewood fittings made by Royal Cambodian silver workshops for the 1931 French Colonial Exhibition in Paris. Weight: Sugar box 640g. Teapot 883g. Coffee pot 1039g. Total weight 2.56kg.

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Lot 2175

Indonesian Textiles, including two Sumba Hinggi hand woven in an ikat design, a Sumba weft woven shoulder cloth; Cambodian silk hand loomed sarong (4)

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Lot 740

A Cambodian bronze Buddha, seated, on a lotus leaf base, 24 cm high See illustration

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Lot 1500

Vintage Cambodian silver trinket box of pig form.

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Lot 3442

18th Century Cambodian bronze head

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