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Still life with an oil lamp, decanter and a glass signed 'Ruffell' (lower left) oil on canvas 93 x 61cm; An interior scene with a dresser and a longcase clock Signed with initials (lower right) oil on canvas 93 x 61cm (2)Condition report: Oil on canvas. Both works have a thick gesso preparation layer below the paint layers. There are localised areas of flaking paint. Around the edges of the paintings are some abrasions and losses. Both paintings have a varnish layer, on the picture with the lamp this has been thickly applied and there are discoloured drips near the centre of the work. Both paintings have a layer of surface dust and dirt.
Silver items, comprising: a modern cut glass ship's decanter and stopper, with silver collar, London 1976, with silver 'Madeira' label, 24cm high; a pair of glass and silver whiskey noggins, by S Blanckensee & Son, Ltd., Birmingham 1926, 11cm high; a pair of coasters, by M C Hersey & Son Ltd., 13cm diam.; a bottle with foxes head stopper, a pair of dwarf candlesticks, another and a Russian silver incense burner on chains.
An early 20th century silver topped malacca walking cane, 86cm long, together with a cut glass water jug, fruit bowl and three decantersCondition report: Walking stick with hallmarks and lacks tipWater jug and fruit bowl in very good conditionChip to rim of one decanter and associated stopper to one decanter
A German Black Forest musical decanter box, circa 1900, modelled as a Swiss chalet with hinged top revealing a detachable decanter tray (now vacant) with space for two decanters and eight glasses on six small ivory bun feet, the architectural case enclosing a key wound cylinder movement with 11 inch cylinder and 77 tooth comb, unmarked, two brass adjusting levers, 60.5cm wide, 27cm deep. 47cm high Footnote: For a similar musical box see The David Style Collection, Christie's South Kensington, London 12-13th January 2005 Lot 368
Gucci Crystal decanter with a silver bit. Provenance: from the personal estate of Francesco Gittardi. 12 in tall. Provenance: Francesco Gittardi. General Coordinator of East and Far East Gucci International, 1960's - 1970's. General Merchandise Buyer, Gucci America 1970's - 1980's. Please note that all sales are final. No refunds will be given under any circumstances.
Clear, heavy weighted glass Baccarat Decanter, immaculate condition. Baccarat insignia on base and at tip of stopper. Baccarat has been producing fine crystal in France's Lorraine region since 1816. Measures 14 in tall. Please note that all sales are final. No refunds will be given under any circumstances.
A late 18th/early 19th century Dutch mahogany and marquetry rectangular decanter box, hinged cover enclosing six square glass decanters and a pair of drinking glasses decorated in gilt, the cabinet inlaid with an oval shell paterae and outlined throughout with chevron banding, brass swan neck carrying handles to sides, 24cm high, 29cm wide, c.1800
An early Victorian Rococo Revival silver-mounted crystal decanter, the mallet-shaped reservoir hobnail cut and etched with vine leaves, square and panelled tapering neck and shoulder etched with fruiting vine, double-lip cast and chased with leafy scrolls and flowerheads above a collar of further vine leaves, starcut base, contemporary silver-plated stag's head stopper en suite, 36.5cm high, G R Collis & Co, Birmingham 1846