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Lot 113

A Victorian stained beech cased aneroid barometer, 16 cm diameter (cracked to glass)

Lot 43

A Netherlandish stained and leaded glass armorial panel, 17th century, of elongated octagonal form, the central oval reserve with two armorials within a floral border with vignettes of Saint Jerome, Saint John the Baptist and the Virgin Mary respectively, above a further oval cartouche with inscription and dated 1619 (?), with further surrouding reserves with amorini, masks and swags, 111cm high overall including loops to top of the frame, 53.5cm wide The armorial with three 'rice plants' as well as the inscription to the centre of this panel indicate a link to the family of Herman van der Ryst (before 1550-1619), musician, composer and courtier, whose activities are recorded in Hasselt, present-day Belgium, just south of the Dutch border. His marriage to Lucia Gielkens, who is also named, is documented in 1608. The present panel may have possibly been a gift of the couple to Herman's son, a pastor, who is also named in the inscription.Provenance: Previously Property from a Private Collection

Lot 44

A stained glass overdoor, The Raising of Lazarus, probably English, possibly incorporating Medieval elements, of demilune form, depicting Christ and the veiled figure of Lazarus surrounded by attendants in an ecclesiastical setting including a chequered pavement, with blue flashed infills, 56.5cm high, 96cm wide overall

Lot 45

A Biblical stained glass panel, St Paul before Porcius Festus, probably incorporating 15th or 16th century elements, the enthroned King and flanking attendants before an elaborate cloth of state, within an architectural setting, presented in a later wooden frame, the frame 96cm high, 66.5cm wide overall

Lot 645

Lot with a chart of Ostend and drawing St. Bavo's Cathedral Ghent Drawing/water color stained glass window of St. Bavo's Cathedral Ghent Plan de la ville d'Ostende Lot met een kaart van Oostende en tekening Sint-Baafskathedraal Gent Tekening/aquarel glasraam van de Sint-Baafskathedraal Gent en Plan de la ville d'Ostende. 52 x 72 and 98 x 49 cm

Lot 3432

SCHWEIZ (SCHAFFHAUSEN), UM 1580Entwurf einer Standesscheibe Uri.Feder in Schwarz. Auf Bütten mit Wz. 'Doppeladler mit K' (ähnlich Briquet 275, dort mit 'Appenzell 1572' und 'Zug 1571' datiert).39 x 30,9 cm. SWITZERLAND (SCHAFFHAUSEN), CIRCA 1580Study for an armorial stained glass window pane in Uri.Pen and black ink. On laid paper with watermark of double eagle with K (similar to Briquet 275, there dated 'Appenzell 1572' and 'Zug 1571').39 x 30.9 cm.

Lot 3433

HIERONYMUS VISCHER (ZUGESCHRIEBEN)(1564 Basel 1631)Scheibenriss mit dem die Knaben verfluchenden Elisäus und leerem Wappenschild. Um 1585.Feder in Schwarz, grau laviert. Auf Bütten mit Wz. Grosses Stadttor mit spitzem Dach, im Sockel eine Schlinge; (Meder 260, von 1533-1600).32,2 x 20 cm. Attributed to HIERONYMUS VISCHER(1564 Basel 1631)Study for a stained glass window pane, with Elisaeus cursing the boys, and with an empty coat of arms. Circa 1585.Pen and black ink, grey wash. On laid paper with watermark: large city gate with pointed roof, and snare in the plinth; (Meder 260, from 1533-1600).32.2 x 20 cm.

Lot 3435

CHRISTOPH MURER (ZUGESCHRIEBEN)(Zürich 1558 - 1614 Winterthur)Daniel in der Löwengrube. Entwurf für einen Scheibenriss.Feder in Braun, grau laviert.30 x 20,5 cm.Provenienz:- Sammlung Dieter Schindler (um 1600), Glarus, Lugt 793.- nicht identifizierter Sammlerstempel, wohl 19. Jh., Lugt 168 (laut Lugt bisher gefunden auf Zeichnungen von Christoph Murer). Attributed to CHRISTOPH MURER(Zurich 1558 - 1614 Winterthur)Daniel in the lion's den. Study for a stained glass window pane.Pen and brown ink, grey wash.30 x 20.5 cm.Provenance:- Collection of Dieter Schindler (circa 1600), Glarus, Lugt 793.- Unidentified collection stamp, probably 19th century, Lugt 168 (according to Lugt hitherto found on drawings by Christoph Murer).

Lot 3437

SCHWEIZ, UM 1600Gerüsteter Krieger mit Halbarte neben einem reich verzierten Renaissanceportal. Entwurf für eine Standesscheibe.Feder in Schwarz, Pinsel in Grau.Mit Bleistift unten rechts bezeichnet: Hans Holbein.40 x 23,2 cm. SWITZERLAND, CIRCA 1600Warrior in armour with halberd, alongside a richly decorated Renaissance gateway. Study for a stained glass window pane.Pen and black ink, brush and grey ink.Inscribed lower right in pencil: Hans Holbein.40 x 23.2 cm.

Lot 3438

HANS JAKOB NÜSCHELER D.Ä. (ZUGESCHRIEBEN)(1583 Zürich 1654)Allegorien des Kriegs und des Friedens. Entwurf für einen Scheibenriss.Feder in Schwarz, Pinsel in Grau.Verso älter bezeichnet: Maurer Conrad.19,1 x 13 cm. Attributed to HANS JAKOB NÜSCHELER the Elder(1583 Zurich 1654)Allegory of war and peace. Study for a stained glass window pane.Pen and black ink, brush and grey ink.Verso old inscription: Maurer Conrad.19.1 x 13 cm.

Lot 3439

HANS JAKOB NÜSCHELER D.Ä.(1583 Zürich 1654)Entwurf zum Mittelfeld einer Scheibe mit Fortuna vor einer Seelandschaft, 1627.Feder in Schwarz, Pinsel in Grau, auf Bütten mit Wz. Zürichschild und Leu.Mit schwarzer Feder unten signiert und datiert: Hans Jakob Nüscheler 1627.20,1 x 17,2 cm.Provenienz:- Sammlung Otto Wessner (1851-1921), St. Gallen, Lugt 2562a.- Auktion August Laube, Zürich, 3. Juni 1970 Nr. 1053 (Beschreibung von Dr. Fr. Thöne).Paul Boesch. Die Schweizer Glasmalerei, S. 165 Abb. 96 zeigt eine Kabinettscheibe mit demselben Sujet. Diese allegorische Kabinettscheibe wurde, von Hans Jakob Nüscheler dem Jüngeren gemalt, "Die Zytt" benannt und datiert: 1646. Das Kopieren von bereits vorhandenen Sujets war nichts Ungewöhnliches. Hans Jakob Nüscheler d. Ä. war Inhaber der zu seiner Zeit in Zürich führenden Glasmalerwerkstatt. Allegorien standen oft im Mittelfeld von Nüscheler-Scheiben. HANS JAKOB NÜSCHELER the Elder(1583 Zurich 1654)Study for a stained glass window pane, with Fortune before a lake landscape. 1627.Pen and black ink, brush and grey ink, on laid paper with watermark with Zurich and Leu coat of arms.Signed and dated below in pen and black ink: Hans Jakob Nüscheler 1627.20.1 x 17.2 cm.Provenance:- Collection of Otto Wessner (1851-1921), St. Gallen, Lugt 2562a.- August Laube auction, Zurich, 3 June1970 no. 1053 (description by Dr Fr. Thöne).

Lot 3441

HEINRICH NÜSCHELER (ZUGESCHRIEBEN)(1550 Zürich 1616)Ein Papst lässt sich seine Füße vom Kaiser küssen, im Hintergrund weitere Würdenträger. Entwurf für einen Scheibenriss.Feder in Braun, Pinsel in Grau.Mit brauner Feder am oberen Rand mit vier-zeiligem Reim versehen.25 x 18,2 cm.Provenienz:- Heinrich Nüscheler (1550-1616), Zürich, Lugt 1345. Attributed to HEINRICH NÜSCHELER(1550 Zurich 1616)A Pope has his feet kissed by the Emperor, with further dignitaries in the background. Study for a stained glass window pane.Pen and brown ink, brush and grey ink.The upper margin with a four-line poem in pen and brown ink.25 x 18.2 cm.Provenance:- Heinrich Nüscheler (1550-1616), Zurich, Lugt 1345.

Lot 3444

PETER STÖCKLIN/GOTTHARD RENGGLI (ZUGESCHRIEBEN)Schweiz, 17. JahrhundertIsaak und Rebekka. Wohl Entwurf für einen Scheibenriss.Feder in Schwarz, Pinsel in Grau. Mit roten Flecken (Aquarell).Unten links und rechts mit der Feder monogrammiert: PS bzw. PSNGR. Oben mit brauner Feder fünf-zeiliger Text aus: Genesis 24.27,5 x 26 cm (die Ecken oben abgeschrägt). Auf alter Montierung der Sammlung Vischer, Basel.Provenienz:- Sammlung Peter Vischer (1751-1823) Basel, Lugt 2115.- Sammlung Jules Dupan, Mitte 19. Jh., Genf, Lugt 1440.- Privatbesitz Schweiz. Attributed to PETER STÖCKLIN/GOTTHARD RENGGLISwitzerland, 17th century.Isaac and Rebecca. Probably a study for a stained glass window pane.Pen and black ink, brush and grey ink. With red flecks (watercolour).Monogrammed in pen and ink lower right and lower left: PS and. PSNGR. A five-line text from Genesis 24 above.27.5 x 26 cm (the corners tapered). On old mount from the Vischer collection, Basel.Provenance:- Collection of Peter Vischer (1751-1823) Basel, Lugt 2115.- Collection of Jules Dupan, Mitte 19. Jh., Geneva, Lugt 1440.- Private collection, Switzerland.

Lot 234

A set of cast iron scoop top scales and assorted weights, T E Bladon & sons Ltd blowlamp, rectangular stained glass panel, 82cm x 21cm etc

Lot 315

A modern wall-hanging looking glass; hand-bevelled plate with stained-pine frame (frame size 73cm x 104cm)

Lot 10

λ Maurice MacGonigal (Irish 1900-1979)Landscape towards LetterfrackOil on boardSigned (lower left)51.5 x 76.5cm (20¼ x 30 in.)Provenance:The Dawson Gallery, Dublin (Stock no. 4805)James Adam & Sons, lot 63 This work by Maurice MacGonigal shows the vast landscape leading towards the vibrant village of Letterfrack in the Connemara area of County Galway. Letterfrack can be found at the head of Ballynakill Bay and is overlooked by Diamond Mountain. MacGonigal was born in Dublin in 1900. He was apprenticed to his uncle's stained glass workshop before studying at the Dublin Metropolitan School of Art. In 1927, MacGonigal moved to Holland where he studied Fine Art at the Hague. On his return to Dublin, he took up a teaching position at the Royal Hiberian Academy and also at the Dublin Metropolitan School of Art. His close association with the RHA continued and in 1933 he was elected an academician. MacGonigal exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy of Arts, London and the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh throughout his career. From 1962-1977 MacGonigal acted as President of the National Gallery of Ireland. His work is included in many private and public collections including the Ulster Museum, North Down Museum and the Royal College of Physicians, London.  

Lot 130

λ Wilfred Gabriel de Glehn (British 1870-1951)Study for a stained glass windowGouache and mixed media on paper laid to board65 x 71cm (25½ x 27¾ in.)Condition Report: The sheet is squared for transfer. Surface dirt and mould throughout the sheet and mount. The sheet is uneven throughout and there are a number pinholes and other small tears. There are also two apparent lines of scoring to the lower left of the first panel, longest approx 15cms. An area of staining (potentially water damage?) to the upper right. Condition Report Disclaimer

Lot 72

Walter Sauer (Belgian 1889-1927) Study of a boy, seated Pencil and charcoal on waxed paper Signed and further signed with monogram (lower right) 25.5 x 18.5cm (10 x 7¼ in.) See Cornette De Saint Cyr Brussels, lot 230, 23 May 2016 for a similar subject and possibly the same model- "Adolescent javanais à sa toilette, 1917" sold EUR 1,875 Condition Report: The paper has stained irregularly with an area of white creasing to the lower right corner, visible in the catalogue illustration. There is a further crease to the centre of the edge and some scattered white spotting to the sheet throughout, predominately to the leg and hair. Under glass and unexamined out of frame.Condition Report Disclaimer

Lot 751

An unusual brass and wooden kaleidoscope, with five coloured and stained glass roundels, 23cm long.

Lot 982

A Victorian oak bookcase, in the Gothic style, the top with a shaped cornice above two arched glazed doors, each with pierced moulding and coloured paper applied to the interior to simulate stained glass, the base with a frieze drawer and two doors each with raised panels on a tapering plinth, 229cm high, 103cm wide.

Lot 424

The Field Officer’s Gold Medal for Java awarded to Lieutenant-Colonel William Raban, commanding 6th Battalion Bengal Volunteers Field Officer’s Small Gold Medal, for Java (Major Wm. Raban, 6th Volr. Bn. Bengal Estabt.) complete with gold ribbon buckle, lunettes sometime professionally replaced, otherwise nearly extremely fine £14,000-£18,000 --- William Raban was born in Whitefriars, London, in May 1765 and was appointed as a cadet in the East India Company Service in December 1780. He sailed for India in the Hinchinbrooke, 13 March 1781, and joined his regiment in Bengal as a Lieutenant in May 1782. He served as a subaltern in the 12th Battalion of Sepoys under Sir Robert Abercromby during the Rohilla Campaign in 1794, including the battle of Bitaurah. He was promoted to Captain Lieutenant in the 12th N.I. in May 1800, and to Captain in December 1802, when he obtained a furlough for three years to return to England. He returned to India in September 1805, and at the latter end of year he was promoted to the rank of Major and joined his regiment. He was appointed Commandant of Barasat Cadet College on its reopening in 1806 until July 1807. In 1811 Major Raban volunteered for service with the expedition which was about to proceed on foreign service and was appointed to command the 6th Battalion of Bengal Volunteers. He was engaged in the affairs of Weltervreden, Maisur and Cornelis and for his services in Java received, along with other commanding officers the gold medal conferred for the attack and capture of Java. Major Raban next volunteered his services under Major-General Gillespie in the expedition to Palembang, Sumatra, in 1812 and commanded the Northern Brigade. When the army was formed and arranged for service he was appointed to command the reserve and on Major-General Gillespie’s instructions was to proceed to Palembang. Raban was directed to march with the reserve to take possession of the island of Banca and hold it in the name of His Majesty, which service he performed, remaining on the island for one month. Upon the conclusion of the operations at Palembang the troops this officer commanded were left at Banca and Major Raban volunteered to accompany Major-General Gillespie to attack the Sultan of Jogocarta, and being unattached he was placed on the staff of Major-General Gillespie. Unfortunately the ship in which he embarked made a tedious passage to Java and the unsuccessful attack on the Fortress of the Sultan took place the very evening that Major Raban arrived at Samarang, intelligence of which he only received on his way to join the General. Active service being at an end Major Raban was shortly after, with the consent of the Major-General, appointed to be the Governor in Council resident of Cheribon and at the same time to hold the military command of the district. On 11 September 1811 he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel and after remaining for three years at Cheribon, his private affairs called him to Europe and he obtained a second furlough to offer his resignation of service and sailed from Java in July 1814. Lieutenant-Colonel Raban died on 30 April 1854, and was buried along with his son Lieutenant William G. Raban, 44th Foot, who had been killed in action at Cabul on 6 November 1841: “Poor Raban was shot through the heart, when conspicuously waving a flag on the summit of the breach” (Eyre’s Cabul refers). in the church at Hatch Beauchamp in Somerset. A stained glass window dedicated to Lieutenant-Colonel William Raban and his son William George Raban, commissioned by Ellen Raban, is still present in the church at Hatch Beauchamp, Somerset. The National Archives has the diaries and journals of Lieutenant-Colonel William Raban, Lydia Raban, and William George Raban 1803-41; ref. Mss Eur F697 (held by British Library: Asian and African Studies).

Lot 396

J R Watson. Stained glass window, watercolour, 35cm x 25cm, an embroidered picture by Eileen Wilding, and two other watercolours signed Rachel Dee from Nettleham. (4)

Lot 1262

A WOODEN FRAMED WINDOW WITH STAINED GLASS

Lot 500

A stained glass door

Lot 569

An arched stained glass window pane

Lot 570

A stained glass hanging panel, a/f

Lot 599

A set of three stained glass windows and another pair of stained glass windows

Lot 400

A SMALL QUANTITY OF MODERN GLASSWARE, including Caithness 'Red Poppy' and 'Poppy Meadow' paperweights, a boxed Decorative Stained Glass of Scotland jewel case, a boxed pair of Edinburgh crystal champagne flutes, a pair of Edinburgh Crystal brandy glasses and other Edinburgh and Dartington glassware (etc (15 + 2 boxes)

Lot 3184

AN ARTS AND CRAFTS STAINED AND LEADED GLASS WINDOW, depicting a jester, now in a wooden frame. Overall 55.5cm by 36cm

Lot 1451

Black stained oak console table, canted corners, black glass top with chrome frame, solid end supports joined by single undertierDimensions: Height: 77cm  Length/Width: 136cm  Depth/Diameter: 29cmClick here to view further images, condition reports, sale times & delivery costs for this lot.

Lot 1216

A brass framed hall lantern with leaded and stained glass panels, one cracked

Lot 1714

An antique stained and leaded glass roundel of St Margaret, possibly medieval, 39cm diameter, in stained pine frame. 

Lot 1756

A patinated metal, stained and leaded glass lantern, 25cm high. 

Lot 2010

An early 20th century stained glass shade of tapering form, 16cm wide x 19cm high, and two later glass shades, (3).

Lot 2063

A modern wrought iron and stained glass hanging lantern, 50cm high.

Lot 651

STAINED OAK SIDE CABINETwith a carved decorative frieze above a pair of leaded glass doors, above a pair of paneled doors, standing on bracket feet, 106.5cm wide

Lot 120

Sirpa Moghissi Paradise Not Lost I, 2021 Mixed Media with Resin on Paper Signed verso 15 x 10cm (5¾ x 3¾ in.)Sirpa Moghissi's current series of work - Icons of Nature - draws on the traditions of icon painting, but makes nature the subject of worship, not human gods or saints. Her mixed media, multi layered collages combine drawing, printmaking, painting, photography and found imagery. Sirpa Moghissi was born in Helsinki, Finland (1963) and came to London, UK to study in the early 1990's.   Education   She gained her BA in Fine Art from Byam Shaw School of Art (University of the Arts London) and MA in Fine Art from Middlesex University, when the head of the course was Jon Thompson (artist, curator and academic), credited as one of the main influencers and developers of the YBA artist generation.   Exhibitions   In 2019, her artwork Animalis featured on BBC2's programme about the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Later the same year she was invited by the Finnish Embassy to mount a solo show at the 12 Star Gallery in the European Commission building in London; this turned out to be the final exhibition at the gallery which was closed soon after due to Brexit. In early 2020 her work was shown at Volta, New York and the London Art Fair, represented by C&C Gallery. Her current solo show (closed until further notice) is at the C&C Gallery in London until 10.4.2021.   Gallery Representation   C&C Gallery and Hampstead Garden Gallery (both London) In Paradise Not Lost I - IV, Sirpa takes inspiration from traditional stained-glass windows, amplifying the religious overtones whilst referencing the windows through which people have been forced to view the world during the lockdowns brought about by the COVID pandemic. Condition Report:   Condition Report Disclaimer

Lot 121

Sirpa Moghissi Paradise Not Lost II, 2021 Mixed Media with Resin on Paper Signed verso 15 x 10cm (5¾ x 3¾ in.) Sirpa Moghissi's current series of work - Icons of Nature - draws on the traditions of icon painting, but makes nature the subject of worship, not human gods or saints. Her mixed media, multi layered collages combine drawing, printmaking, painting, photography and found imagery. Sirpa Moghissi was born in Helsinki, Finland (1963) and came to London, UK to study in the early 1990's.   Education   She gained her BA in Fine Art from Byam Shaw School of Art (University of the Arts London) and MA in Fine Art from Middlesex University, when the head of the course was Jon Thompson (artist, curator and academic), credited as one of the main influencers and developers of the YBA artist generation.   Exhibitions   In 2019, her artwork Animalis featured on BBC2's programme about the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Later the same year she was invited by the Finnish Embassy to mount a solo show at the 12 Star Gallery in the European Commission building in London; this turned out to be the final exhibition at the gallery which was closed soon after due to Brexit. In early 2020 her work was shown at Volta, New York and the London Art Fair, represented by C&C Gallery. Her current solo show (closed until further notice) is at the C&C Gallery in London until 10.4.2021.   Gallery Representation   C&C Gallery and Hampstead Garden Gallery (both London) In Paradise Not Lost I - IV, Sirpa takes inspiration from traditional stained-glass windows, amplifying the religious overtones whilst referencing the windows through which people have been forced to view the world during the lockdowns brought about by the COVID pandemic.

Lot 122

Sirpa Moghissi Paradise Not Lost III, 2021 Mixed Media with Resin on Paper Signed verso 15 x 10cm (5¾ x 3¾ in.) Sirpa Moghissi's current series of work - Icons of Nature - draws on the traditions of icon painting, but makes nature the subject of worship, not human gods or saints. Her mixed media, multi layered collages combine drawing, printmaking, painting, photography and found imagery. Sirpa Moghissi was born in Helsinki, Finland (1963) and came to London, UK to study in the early 1990's.   Education   She gained her BA in Fine Art from Byam Shaw School of Art (University of the Arts London) and MA in Fine Art from Middlesex University, when the head of the course was Jon Thompson (artist, curator and academic), credited as one of the main influencers and developers of the YBA artist generation.   Exhibitions   In 2019, her artwork Animalis featured on BBC2's programme about the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Later the same year she was invited by the Finnish Embassy to mount a solo show at the 12 Star Gallery in the European Commission building in London; this turned out to be the final exhibition at the gallery which was closed soon after due to Brexit. In early 2020 her work was shown at Volta, New York and the London Art Fair, represented by C&C Gallery. Her current solo show (closed until further notice) is at the C&C Gallery in London until 10.4.2021.   Gallery Representation   C&C Gallery and Hampstead Garden Gallery (both London) In Paradise Not Lost I - IV, Sirpa takes inspiration from traditional stained-glass windows, amplifying the religious overtones whilst referencing the windows through which people have been forced to view the world during the lockdowns brought about by the COVID pandemic.

Lot 123

Sirpa Moghissi Paradise Not Lost IV, 2021 Mixed Media with Resin on Paper Signed verso 15 x 10cm (5¾ x 3¾ in.) Sirpa Moghissi's current series of work - Icons of Nature - draws on the traditions of icon painting, but makes nature the subject of worship, not human gods or saints. Her mixed media, multi layered collages combine drawing, printmaking, painting, photography and found imagery. Sirpa Moghissi was born in Helsinki, Finland (1963) and came to London, UK to study in the early 1990's.   Education   She gained her BA in Fine Art from Byam Shaw School of Art (University of the Arts London) and MA in Fine Art from Middlesex University, when the head of the course was Jon Thompson (artist, curator and academic), credited as one of the main influencers and developers of the YBA artist generation.   Exhibitions   In 2019, her artwork Animalis featured on BBC2's programme about the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Later the same year she was invited by the Finnish Embassy to mount a solo show at the 12 Star Gallery in the European Commission building in London; this turned out to be the final exhibition at the gallery which was closed soon after due to Brexit. In early 2020 her work was shown at Volta, New York and the London Art Fair, represented by C&C Gallery. Her current solo show (closed until further notice) is at the C&C Gallery in London until 10.4.2021.   Gallery Representation   C&C Gallery and Hampstead Garden Gallery (both London) In Paradise Not Lost I - IV, Sirpa takes inspiration from traditional stained-glass windows, amplifying the religious overtones whilst referencing the windows through which people have been forced to view the world during the lockdowns brought about by the COVID pandemic.

Lot 309

A quantity of antique stained mostly leaded glass, largest piece appears to be a remnant of British Royal Coat of Arms 11.625in high a/f

Lot 255

A wrought iron and stained lead glass chandelier. 92 x 66

Lot 343

A collection of 7 Stained glass in lead window decorations, with religious decor and a view of Bruges. 44,5 x 36

Lot 1328

DEUTSCH/NIEDERLÄNDISCHE SCHULE Meister, tätig im 18. Jh. BÄUERLICHES FESTGELAGE VOR EINER TAVERNE Gouache auf beigefarbenem Papier. 46,5 x 34,5 cm (R. 53 x 41,5 cm). Im oberen Bildbereich min. gebräunt bzw. leicht fleckig. Hinter Glas gerahmt. Provenienz: Rheinische Privatsmmlung. GERMAN/DUTCH SCHOOL Master, active in the 18th century. PEASANT FEAST IN FRONT OF A TAVERNA Gouache on beige paper. 46,5 x 34,5 cm (F. 53 x 41,5 cm). Upper part a little bit browned and slightly stained. Framed behind glass. Provenance: Rhenish Private Collection.

Lot 1360

JOHANN FRIEDRICH AUGUST TISCHBEIN (ATTR.) 1750 Maastricht - 1812 Heidelberg STUDIENKOPF EINER EDLEN DAME MIT HUT Bleistift und Rötel auf chamoisfarbenem Büttenpapier. 11,3 x 9,6 cm (Sichtmaß) (R. 33 x 27 cm). Verso: Auf einem alten Papierlabel bezeichnet: 'Tischbein Handzeichnung'. Part. min. stockfleckig. Im Passepartout und hinter Glas gerahmt. Provenienz: Rheinische Privatsammlung. JOHANN FRIEDRICH AUGUST TISCHBEIN (ATTR.) 1750 Maastricht - 1812 Heidelberg STUDY HEAD OF A NOBLE LADY WITH A HAT Pencil and red chalk drawing on chamois-coloured handmade paper. 11,3 x 9,6 cm (visible size) (F. 33 x 27 cm). Verso: Inscribed on an old paper label: 'Tischbein Handzeichnung'. Part. min. stained. Framed in passepartout and behind glass. Provenance: Rhenish Private Collection.

Lot 1360A

PORTRAITZEICHNER/IN DES KLASSIZISMUS Tätig, um 1780/1800. BILDNIS EINER JUNGEN DAME MIT GEWAND UND SCHLEIER Bleistift und braune Tusche, laviert auf chamoisfarbenem Büttenpapier. 12 x 14 cm (Sichtmaß) (R. 20 x 17 cm). Mittig unten undeutlich signiert. Part. min. stockfleckig (unbedeutend). Hinter Glas gerahmt. Provenienz: Privatsammlung Rheinland. PORTRAIT DRAUGHTSMAN OF CLASSICISM Active, about 1780/1800. PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY WITH ROBE AND VEIL Pencil and brown ink, washed, on chamois-coloured handmade paper. 12 x 14 cm (visible size) (F. 20 x 17 cm). Signed at lower centre (unidentified). Part. min. stained (insignificant). Framed behind glass. Provenance: Rhenish Private Collection.

Lot 1887

KARL EULENSTEIN 1892 Klaipeda - 1981 Berlin Feldarbeit Gouache und Bleistift auf Papier (?). SM 48 x 58 cm (R. 72 x 82 cm). Signiert unten links 'Eulenstein'. Min. fleckig. Hinter Glas gerahmt, verso verschlossen (ungeöffnet). KARL EULENSTEIN 1892 Klaipeda - 1981 Berlin Field work Gouache and pencil on paper (?). Visible size 48 x 58 cm (F. 72 x 82 cm). Signed lower left 'Eulenstein'. Min. stained. Framed behind glass, verso sealed (unopened).

Lot 336

An Edwardian display cabinet with raised hand painted floral back, stained glass single door encasing a 2 shelved area on tapered flared legs with shelf underneath 63cm wide32cm deep 137cm high

Lot 319

An Asian hardwood book rest, folding, together with a reproduction mahogany bedside chest, two cut glass decanters, and two small circular reproduction stools and four modern armchairs having mahogany stained frames and beige velvet upholstery Location: LAM

Lot 166

A mid 20th century gold plush Teddy Bear, glass eyes, moulded nose, 29cm high; Cecily Mary Barker Fairy print, stained glass frames (8)

Lot 185

An Italian style inlaid tripod table, shaped circular top; nest of three mahogany tables, glass inlay; a jardinière & stand; an Art & Crafts style slender cupboard, inset oval stained glass panel to door; a scroll top column stand; etc. (7)

Lot 1116

A THREE TIER OAK SECTIONAL BOOKCASE, C1950, CONVENTIONAL FORM WITH PLAIN LEGS, 112CM H X 87CM W; TOGETHER WITH A MINTY FOUR SECTIONAL BOOKCASE WITH SLIDING GLASS DOORS, 135CM H X 90CM W Condition report Three tier bookcase - damp stained and some veneer faults, scratches, scuffs and wear consistent with age, dirty. Minty bookcase - some damp staining, chips to back edge, plinth water stained, otherwise wear consistent with age

Lot 772

A JAPANESE CARVED AND STAINED WOOD SCULPTURE OF A HAWK, 19TH/20TH C, PERCHED ON A ROCK WITH PRUNUS, GLASS EYES, 29CM H Condition reportEnclosed shrinkage crack obscured by one wing

Lot 1213

An early 20th century 1930s Art Deco stained glass pendant light shade in green yellow and orange having a lead lining with angular scalloped edges. Measures, 29 cm H x 31 cm W 

Lot 705

Rare 19th century or earlier carved oak and stained glass window, square form, with pierced gothic tracery, the coloured leaded glass with quatrefoil motifs, 93.5 wide x 14.5cm deep x 96cm highProvenance: Estate of the late Jane Sumner

Lot 259

A late 19th/early 20th century mahogany glazed display cabinet with stained glass motif to the front panels, inlaid detail throughout, 146cm x 67cm x 37cm

Lot 530

Ten panels of leaded early 20th century stained glass

Lot 333

A Vintage Arched Top Stained Glass Window or Door Light, 79cm wide and 36cm high

Lot 1712

Carved stained soft wood figure of a standing child wearing a loin cloth, 38 cm high, together with a further Eastern hardwood articulated doll and further articulated pitch pine doll with glass eyes and clothes (3)

Lot 2109

A pair of reclaimed painted pine framed casement windows of rectangular form enclosing stained glass panels with stag, scrolled script and further detail, 105 cm x 79 cm (overall size)

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