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Two Edwardian silver plated cruet sets with assorted cut glass bottlesCondition report: Set on circular base- some dirt to interiors of bottles, some minor chips and nicks to stoppers bottles all appear to match and are in good overall order. The stand has a few black spots to the base but is generally good and appears to retain almost all plating. Set on rectangular base- some dirt to interior of bottles, some chips, one of the bottles has a split collar, one has an extensive glue repair, hinge of mustard pot sits proud, stand and bottle tops have nickel coming through.
French Empire-style cut glass and ormolu mounted dish, ormolu mounts, agate dish, pair glass cornucopia , Lancet cased clock and decorative itemsCondition report: Agate dish is cracked, ormolu dish has some wear to the gilding, enamel pots have worn and discoloured interiors, one cornocopuia vase is cracked and reglued, the other is is chipped. Clock does not work. Overall wear and minor faults to other pieces in lot
Good Quality Edwardian silver and tortoishell mounter cut glass scent bottle and cased set of scent bottles (2)Condition report: Guilloche enamel tops are all damaged and the mounts are not silver. The bottles themselves are in good order with some minor nicks only. The Tortoiseshell mounted bottle has some dirt to the interior and minor nicks to the glass. The tortoiseshell itself has some slight cracking but is not split
Group of antique glassware to include cut glass decanter and other antique drinking glassesCondition report: The taller decanter has multiple chips to glass stopper. Three of the smaller port glasses with round bases have chips to base rim. One liqueur glass with square base has one edge chipped off. Some of the glasses have surface scratching to bedside of bases. All other glass ware appears to be in good condition with no obvious damage. (See additional images for damage mentioned)
A Victorian pewter rowing trophy, the bowl with open cartouche supported by three oars, 19 cm high (un-engraved), a blue star line enamelled pewter tankard with glaze base engraved "The 19th Hole", a Mappin and Webb pewter tankard engraved with hockey tournament and with glazed base, one other pewter tankard, two pewter plates and a pewter trophy, two silver-plated rimmed cut glass items
A pair of French marquetry bookcases, in Louis XVI style, late 18th century, one premiere-partie, the other contre-partie, each 194cm high, 109cm wide, 43cm deep Condition Report: Marks, scratches and abrasions comensurate with age and use. Some old chips and splits and some old repairs. some small losses. Various old veneer repairs (see images for examples) . To the lower section of one side panel there is a noticeable area of lifting and splitting to veneer (see additional images) . Areas of filler repair to disguise untidiness/ loss. Some evidence of surface/ grain filler in some areasIn respect of the Premier and Contre Partie marquetry, this refers to the detailed marquetry of one cabinet basically having used the 'negative' cut out marquetry that was cut out of the other example in order to achieve that marquetry. Looking carefully again at the marquetry fo the two, this approach has not been adopted strictly, therefore the detailed marquetry of one is not the complete 'negative' of the other. Please refer to the additional images for a visual guide. The locks appear original and an original key is present for each. Evidence of old worm damage (holes) in various areas throughout and some areas have been previously filled to disguise. (please refer to all additional images. The exterior of the bookcases appear cleaned/ restored and have likely been applied with later varnish. There is no glass to the doors but the wire mesh fronts are present The feet are solid in position/ secure but are likely later associated feet. They have some age and suit the bookcases well but are unlikely to be original. Some later thin pieces of timber have been secured to the underside of the bookcases to assist in securing the feet. The rear feet of one bookcase have been cut straight at the rear edge (see image) The interiors of the bookcases and the shelves (apart from the veneered front edges of the shelves) have been later red painted. Please refer to the images for reference to the form of the shelf supports. Please request additional images if required for visual reference to condition. Condition Report Disclaimer
A Regency giltwood convex wall mirror, by Thomas Fentham, circa 1815, bearing an applied fragmentary label for the maker ' THOMAS FENTHAM, NO 136 STRAND .... MANUFACTURER OF LOOKING GLASSES..... ', 127cm high, 69cm wide overall Provenance: Private Collection, Worcestershire Thomas Fentham was a carver, gilder, glass grinder and picture frame maker and occupied various addresses in The Strand between 1774-1825. Through labelled examples of his mirrors, the name Fentham remains synonymous with handsome convex mirrors and architectural looking glasses. Payments to the firm are recorded amongst the papers at Erddig in Wales, where the gilt tables in the Gallery are thought to be almost certainly by Fentham as the decoration corresponds to that on a labelled picture frame in the Chinese Room. For comparable convex mirrors to that offered here see, C.Gilbert, Marked London Furniture, 1700-1840, Leeds 1996, pp.204-205.Condition Report: Marks, knocks, scratches and abrasions commensurate with age and use. Some old chips and splits. Frame appears to have been re-gilded at some point. Gilding bear the expected cracking. Old glued repair to the foliate elements of the upper and lower crestings (see images). Painted surface of the eagle has been re-freshed. Backboard replaced. Mirror plate with some very minor depletion and grey spots.Old screw holes to back from previous fixtures. Cut glass elements to candle arms are possibly later associated. Please refer to additional images for visual reference to condition. Condition Report Disclaimer
A pair of cut glass and gilt metal mounted twin branch wall appliques in the manner of Osler, late 19th or early 20th century, each with twin scrolled branches issuing from a rosette boss, and surmounted by hobnail cut finials, hung with faceted pendants, 39cm high, 40cm wide, 23cm protuberanceCondition Report: Usual minor marks, knocks and scuffs overall consistent with age and use. Some rubbing and slight wear to gilding including to curved corona, which is also slightly bent. There are some white paint marks to the edges of the wall mounts.A handful of chips to tips of pendants, edges of the hobnail cut finials and one of the drip pans, and a few tiny nicks/scratches to branches.Chip to one of the gilt leaves on the upper stem. One or two pendants missing, others possibly replaced, though the present arrangement is pleasing and symmetrical.Please see additional lot images for visual reference to condition.Condition Report Disclaimer
A pair of English cut glass ten light chandeliers, attributable to the manufactory of F and C Osler, Birmingham, early 20th century, the baluster stems issuing alternating upright and downcast scrolled branches, hung with faceted beads and chains overall, 98cm high, 60cm diameter Provenance: By repute, Maharaja Bahadur, Sir Prodyot Coomar Tagore, KCIE Bengal, India. Private Collection, London, EnglandCondition Report: Chandeliers will need to be checked by a qualified electrician before use. Some small chips and 'nibbles' to edges. One chandelier with repaired crack through sphere at centre of stem (see images). The same chandelier with two drops lacking to the bottom of the stem and one drop lacking to one of the downturned arms. The other chandelier with two drops to one downturned arm lacking and one drop to upturned arm lacking. Chips to tips of drops. Please refer to additional images for visual reference to condition. Condition Report Disclaimer
SELTENE UND MUSEALE PENDULE AUF SOCKEL MIT SEKUNDE, MONDPHASE, DATUM, TAG UND MONATNeuenburg, Ende 18. Jh.Geschweiftes Holzgehäuse, versilbert und mit vergoldeten Profilstäben. Weisses Emailzifferblatt "en cuvette" mit arabischen Stunden. Im Zentrum drei angeordnete Hilfszifferblätter für Datum, Monat und Tag sowie Durchbrechung mit Angabe zu Sonnen Auf- und Untergang. Unter dem Zifferblatt in halbrundem Fenster Anzeige für die Mondphase. Stunden- und Minutenzeiger mit Sternmotiven. Werk mit Graham-Ankergang und Viertelstundenschlag auf zwei Glocken. Zugrepetition. Wecker auf Glocke.35,5 × 15,5 × 90 cm.Etwas zu revidieren. Die untere Scheibe in Plexiglas.Das Werk und Zifferblatt dieser äusserst interessanten und seltenen Neuenburger Pendule wirken im Vergleich zum restlichen Gehäuse etwas überdimensioniert. Eigentlich würde man bei einem solch aufwändigen Werk ein etwas repräsentativeres und grösseres Gehäuse erwarten. Soweit ersichtlich, scheinen in diesem Fall jedoch Werk und Gehäuse aus derselben Epoche zu stammen und miteinander entstanden zu sein. Entsprechend komplexe Pendulen aus Neuenburg sind recht selten. Ein vergleichbares Exemplar mit Tag, Datum, Monat und Sternzeichen aus der Zeit findet sich bei Alfred Chapuis, Pendules Neuchateloises, Neuenburg, S. 66, Abb. 61. Wie die hier angebotene Uhr ist auch jene nicht signiert. RARE AND MUSEUM-QUALITY PENDULUM CLOCK WITH SECOND, MOON PHASE, DATE, DAY AND MONTHNeuchâtel, end of the 18th century.Curved wooden case, decorated with silver and gold. White enamel dial "en cuvette" with the hours in Arabic numerals. The center with three sub-dials for the date, month and day, and a cut-out for indicating sunrise and sunset. Below the dial, a semi-circular window for indicating the moon phase. Hour- and minute hands with star motifs. Movement with Graham escapement, striking the 1/4-hour on two bells. Repetition mechanism. Alarm mechanism, on bell.35.5 × 15.5 × 90 cm.Requires some revision. The lower glass, in plexiglass.A comparable example with the day, date, month and signs of the zodiac from the period can be found in Alfred Chapuis, Pendules Neuchâteloises, Neuchâtel, p. 66, Ill. 61. Like the clock on offer, it is not signed, either.
Two Mamiya Press Medium Format Camera Bodies, one Super 23, body, G, viewfinder slightly cloudy, rangefidner patch bright, with a Mamiya Press, body, P-F, viewfinder is clear, with bright rangefinder patch, also with a ground glass back for cut film, and a 6x7 roll fim adapter with a rust-fused dark slide (roll film adapter requires attention) (a lot)
A Mamiya Press Medium Format Camera, with a Mamiya Sekor f/3.5 90mm lens, body, G-VG, rangefinder patch bright, with cut film ground glass, lens, P-F, shutter release catch sticks, shutter working, focusing jammed, needs attention, optics show haze, also with a Mamiya 6x7 roll film adapter and a Mamiya 6x9 roll film adapter, (a lot)
A Mamiya Super 23 Press Medium Format Outfit, with a Mamiya-Sekor f/6.3 65mm lens, a Mamiya-Sekor f/3.5 100mm, a Mamiya-Sekor f/5.6 150mm, two Mamiya roll film adapters (6x7), a left hand grip with shutter release, and a ground glass / 6x9 cut film back, (a lot) all lenses: G-VG, shutter working, extremely light haze to optics, body: G-VG, rangefinder patch average brightness, viewfinder cloudy
A Delft circular charger, painted in underglaze blue with a still life and foliate borders, 32cm diam; a Samson-type baluster tea canister and cover, in imitation of Chinese Armorial porcelain, 17cm high, 19th century; 19th century and later crystal and cut glass decanter stoppers, various, (6); an early 20th century gesso rectangular easel looking-glass, 35cm high; a late Victorian/early Edwardian oak rectangular canteen case; carving flatware; needlework covers, embroidered with still lives of flowers; etc