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Fri 27th Nov 2020 - 11am
Country House & Fine Arts Sale
We would like to advise all our customers that for the foreseeable future we will be running our auctions as internet only sales. If you are interested in buying at one of our auctions you will be able to bid live online or leave absentee bids. Full condition reports will be completed upon request, please contact us by phone/email to obtain further information on lots you may be interested in, we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Angus & The Team
Angus & The Team
Lot 619th C Sunderland lustre jug printed with Masonic emblems including all-seeing eye, celestial and terrestrial globe, etc with verse (H20cm), a large Sunderland lustre mug with pastoral scenes, two Sunderland lustre jugs decorated with the western view of the Ironbridge, the mariners compass and motto (4).
Lot 11Late 19th C 'Game Keepers' pocket knife with 13 tools and 16 functions and twin antler grips. An inset, shield shaped cartouche engraved A. Lawry Bawtry with further inscription to folding pick- `Alfred Lawry, gamekeeper to Sir Charles Lowther Bart., Bawtry Hall, Yorkshire. By Needham Brothers of Sheffield. (in residence 1890).
Lot 26Late Victorian mahogany secretaire bookcase, moulded cornice above a pair of astragal moulded bevelled glazed doors, full front with carved central panel and inset leather writing surface, lock stamped Hobbs and Co. London above a pair of geometrical moulded panel doors with ivory plaque for Bowman Brothers Camden Town, London. (H233cm x W125cm x D50cm).
Estimate: £200 - £400
Lot 38Herbert J. St. John Jones (1870-1939): 'Three Famous Yorkshire Show Hackneys', study of three horses with their proud owner in a landscape, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1907, 59cm x 101cm, extensively inscribed verso, "Mr. H. Rodmell's Three Famous Yorkshire Show Hackneys, Prince Fortunatus, Winner, First Prize, London Hackney Show 1907, Holly King and Holly Queen...Painted from Life by Herbert H. St. John Jones of Nantwich 1906-7'.