antiques & fine art sale

4th September 2019

Lot 601

A George III silver salt with blue glass liner, Robert Hennell I, London 1773, with beaded rim and pierced body on four claw and ball feet, five Georgian silver mustard spoons, a 19th century silver caddy spoon by George Adams, London and a Dutch silver caddy spoon, 19th century, the bowl in the form of a leaf with scrolling handle and head finial (8).

Sold for £50

Lot 602

Six silver coffee spoons, Birmingham 1922 maker William Hair Haseler together with six silver coffee bean spoons and an EPNS Scottish vesta case.

Sold for £38

Lot 603

A George III silver salver, John Newburn, London 1808, with shell and gadrooned border, upon three feet. Diameter 23 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £160

Lot 604

A George IV silver cream jug, Robert Hennel II, London 1829, with shell and foliate border, scroll capped handle and part spiral fluted body all upon four foliate and shell feet. 9.5 cm high, 16.5 cm wide.

Sold for £70

Lot 605

A George II silver pepperette, Samuel Wood, London 1758, of baluster form with pierced cover and urn finial, all upon a spreading circular foot. 11.4 cm high.

Lot 606

A George III silver fish slice, William Plummer, London 1781, with pierced blade and beaded handle, and a George III silver ladle (possibly Newcastle), marks partially erased, 29 cm and 34 cm respectively.

Sold for £140

Lot 607

A Dutch silver four piece tea and coffee service, 19th century, makers initials PB&S, and a later 20th century silver plated tray. Coffee pot 21 cm high, 1227.2 grams weighable silver (sugar basin weighted 243.7 grams).

Sold for £300

Lot 608

A canteen of silver Kings pattern cutlery, double struck, comprising 6 table forks, 6 dessert forks, 6 dessert spoons, 6 soup spoons, together with 6 table knives and 6 dessert knives. Weight excluding knives 1662 grams, London 1972 maker A Chick & Sons Limited, the knives with Sheffield hallmarks also for 1972 maker Cooper Brothers & Son Limited (see illustration).

Sold for £980

Lot 609

A 19th century Continental silver snuff box, stamped 800 with malachite surround to an oval plaque painted with a chariot scene. Length 8 cm. 82 grams (see illustration).

Sold for £480

Lot 610

A pair of late Victorian silver candlesticks, maker Thomas Bradbury & Sons, with detachable sconces and decorated with ribbons and swags and with scale decoration to the stepped bases. height 12.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £140

Lot 611

A William IV Scottish silver fiddle and shell patterned soup ladle by Elder & Co. Edinburgh, 222 grams. Length +/- 32 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 612

A pair of foliate engraved silver napkin rings, Chester 1901, maker Colen Hewer, Cheshire, one lightly engraved H the other B.

Sold for £28

Lot 613

A cased set of six silver coffee spoons Fiddle and Shell pattern, Sheffield 1923, maker Northern Goldsmiths, and a pair of silver plated ivory mounted serving spoons in plush lined case.

Sold for £30

Lot 614

A Whitefriars "Drunken Brick Layer" vase, circa 1970, designed by Geoffrey Baxter, in smoky willow glass colour, with ground pontil, 21 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £140

Lot 615

A Poole pottery free form fruit bowl, mid 20th century, in pattern PLC, all upon a circular foot, printed inscribed and incised marks to the underside, width 32.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £42

Lot 616

Sir Nicholas Fairbairn, QC "Lyrebird" signed and dated 1962, oil on board, inscribed by hand verso titled signature and date and with applied label "Fairbairns comment on The Scottish Provisional Constituent Assembly (met once 21/4/62: pun on lyre)" 61.5 cm x 91.5 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 617

Arpad Szabados (Hungarian 1944-2017), contemporary abstract, pen and coloured pencils, signed and dated 1986. 45 cm x 62.5 cm.

Lot 618

An Art Deco patinated spelter table lamp, early 20th century, modelled as a young female standing upright on tiptoes her back arched and holding aloft a dished plate supporting the moulded flaming torch shade. Overall height 56 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £350

Lot 619

A French Art Deco patinated spelter figure of a female, early 20th century, dressed in a bathing suit decorated with flowers and holding a conch shell to her ear, supported upon a variegated marble base with two seagulls. Width 80.5 cm, height 55.5 cm (see illustration).

Lot 620

A Monart glass thistle shape vase, 20th century, with multi coloured speckled glass and blue body, moulded mark. 19.5 cm.

Sold for £32

Lot 621

A Strathearn glass vase, having a green tinged rim and border above a mottled dark orange tapering body, ground pontil mark. Height 19 cm.

Sold for £48

Lot 622

A pair of novelty studio pottery animal groups, one modelled as a dog upon his back beside a cat and three chickens, the other a dog with two geese upon his back, impressed with initials JS, 19 cm and 17.5 cm respectively.

Sold for £110

Lot 623

A novelty studio pottery teapot in the form of a comical dragon, in a celadon lustre glaze, potters initials JS. Height 13 cm.

Sold for £35

Lot 624

A Fischel of Czechoslovakia Art Deco two tier side table, each tier having a well figured top and supported upon rectangular legs with applied label to underside. 40 cm wide, 54.5 cm high.

Sold for £100

Lot 625

Keith Murray for Wedgwood, a matt green circular ashtray, early 20th century, printed marks. 11 cm diameter.

Lot 626

Muller Freres Luneville, a circular glass plafonnier, early 20th century, in mottled shades of blue, pink and green, etched signature, with original suspension hooks and chains. 36 cm diameter (see illustration).

Sold for £80

Lot 627

A pair of American Art Deco armchairs, upholstered in red Rexine with white piping and chrome plated supports, label to underside "Made by Stuart Mansfield Co., 2564 Park Avenue, NYC". Width 62 cm, height 80 cm.

Lot 628

A pair of metal side tables, circular, with inset glass tops above an embossed decorative band of scrolls and foliage, raised on square legs united by plain stretchers. Diameter 46 cm, height 59 cm.

Lot 629

An Ercol light elm three tier trolley, each tier with a blind gallery border supported upon swollen cylindrical legs with shepherds castors. 46 cm wide, 77 cm high, 71 cm deep.

Sold for £50

Lot 630

An Ercol light elm drop leaf dining table, having a well figured top with elliptical drop leaves, all supported upon square tapering legs. 125 cm wide (leaves open), 61 cm wide (leaves closed), 71 cm high, 113 cm deep.

Sold for £65

Lot 631

A French peach coloured moulded glass boudoir clock, early 20th century, the dial with silvered chapter ring and Arabic numerals, within a moulded glass body decorated with figures of young children holding garlands of flowers, all upon short feet. Height 8 cm, width 7.5 cm.

Lot 632

A Clarice Cliff bizarre octagonal plate, circa 1929, having an orange scroll centre outlined in black between black, orange, blue and yellow borders, printed mark impressed 29. diameter 22.8 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £420

Lot 633

A McIntosh and Co teak sideboard, having a raised superstructure with three drawers the centre fitted for cutlery above three panelled cupboard doors all upon integral supports. 170 cm wide, 101 cm high, 45 cm deep.

Lot 634

A large green glass vase, 1960's/70's, the shaped top on a long slender waisted neck with short bulbous body with clear base. Height 44 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 635

Swatch - seven swatch wristwatches, to include phantom of the opera example with a heat reactive design dial showing the phantom's mask, Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games, a divers watch and others, circa 1985-2004.

Lot 636

Josef Lorenzl (1892-1950) a gilded and patinated bronze of a 1920's beauty wearing a dress with a high split and stiletto shoes, all upon an octagonal onyx base, signed R. Lor. Height 13.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £420

Lot 637

An Art Deco onyx and black marble mantle clock, surmounted with two spelter Alsatian dogs, all upon a rectangular base with moulded edge, 57 cm wide, 23.5 cm high.

Lot 638

A vintage Norwegian teak corner cabinet, circa 1960's/70's, having a revolving section with cocktail section revolving to a bookcase, on circular legs with castors, printed mark made in Norway by Moebel Fabrikken Sola 11 Ganddal. 112.5 cm wide, 76 cm high, 66 cm deep.

Sold for £50

Lot 639

An Art Deco cast metal figure of a female, early 20th century, the tall slender body leaning back with her arms outstretched holding a dish housing a glass votive holder, the circular base spread like a fan and inscribed "1923". Height 26 cm.

Sold for £90

Lot 640

A Scottish Strathearn glass vase, 20th century, of cylindrical form with swollen centre and decorated with multicoloured swirls against a shaded green/grey ground, moulded salmon mark. 20 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 641

No lot.

Lot 642

Per Lutken for Holmegaard, a biomorphic shaped dish, circa 1962, having a light blue tinge throughout, engraved marks to the underside. 29 cm wide.

Sold for £20

Lot 643

Kerry Darlington, "Naive Series" coastal scene with buildings, helicopter, aeroplane and boats, mixed media under 3D resin, with hand inscribed card verso "Enjoy your original painting, from my Naive Series of works, best wishes Kerry Darlington". 60 cm x 60 cm, all within a contemporary frame (see illustration). ARR

Sold for £400

Lot 644

A pair of Ingmar Relling leather and bentwood armchairs, circa 1960's/70's, brown leather upholstered backs and seats. 93 cm high, 66 cm wide.

Sold for £120

Lot 645

A pair of Ingmar Relling style vintage armchairs, with tan leather upholstered seats within a bentwood frame. 89 cm high, 72 cm wide.

Sold for £130

Lot 646

A set of four G Plan Tola black dining chairs, circa 1950's.

Sold for £140

Lot 647

An early 20th century octagonal wastepaper/coal receiver, with floral decorated panels against an ebonised ground bordered by gilding. width 38 cm, height 36 cm.

Sold for £85

Lot 648

Two Ercol light elm Pebble tables. Largest width 65 cm, height 41 cm.

Lot 649

Tom Robb, oil on board rural landscape. 48.5 cm x 59.5 cm, signed, framed.

Lot 650

A 19th century oil painting on panel, Russian troika accident. 23 cm x 46 cm, in original frame.

Sold for £110

Lot 651

N. Bragadin, oil on canvas, Venetian scene. 60 cm x 50 cm, framed, signed.

Sold for £50

Lot 652

S. Gomersall, oil on canvas, portrait of Beethoven. 46 cm x 35 cm, framed, signed and dated 1946.

Sold for £30

Lot 653

U. Osgania, two small Venetian watercolours, "Rialto Bridge" and "Salute Church". Each 12 cm x 7 cm, framed, signed.

Lot 654

S.F., oil on canvas, cattle in extensive landscape. 103 cm x 136 cm, signed with initials and dated 1931/1936.

Lot 655

E Christie, oil on canvas portrait of a lady, late 19th century. 105 cm x 69 cm, framed.

Sold for £120

Lot 656

Oil painting on canvas of an estuary and dock scene, probably Edinburgh. 74 cm x 100 cm, framed (see illustration).

Sold for £50

Lot 657

E Chester, a pair of oil paintings on board, still life of fruit and roses. 19 cm x 29 cm, framed, signed.

Sold for £30

Lot 658

After Sir Edwin Landseer, a blacksmith shoeing a horse. 42 cm x 31 cm.

Lot 659

Gray, oil on canvas figures in landscape with thatched cottage. 44 cm x 55 cm.

Lot 660

Donald A. Paton (Edward Horace Thompson 1879-1949), watercolour, "Loch Katrine". 34 cm x 24 cm, framed, signed.

Sold for £110

Lot 661

Edward Horace Thompson (1879-1949), watercolour, "Derwentwater". 51 cm x 20 cm, framed, signed and dated 1924.

Sold for £200

Lot 662

Donald A Paton (Edward Horace Thompson 1879-1949), watercolour, marshlands at the head of Bassenthwaite Lake, 29 cm x 44 cm, framed, signed.

Lot 663

A 19th century English naive School, study of a hunter in stables with chickens, unsigned, oil on canvas. 60.5 cm x 73 cm.

Sold for £350

Lot 664

A pair of decorative portrait miniatures of Gainsborough style ladies, 20th century, mounted oval and within a brass and faux tortoiseshell mounted frame with mother of pearl and gilt metal border, indistinctly signed. Image 8.5 cm x 6.5 cm.

Lot 665

A portrait miniature of a lady, dressed in the fashions of the late 18th century, mounted oval within a gilt frame with shell and foliate decoration, indistinctly signed. Image 8.3 cm x 6 cm.

Sold for £55

Lot 666

A portrait miniature of Elizabeth I, 20th century, in gilt oval frame, image 7.5 cm x 6 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 667

A 19th century engraving "James Cropper", 10 cm x 8.5 cm, framed.

Sold for £30

Lot 668

Alfred Wainwright an original pen and ink drawing, "The White Lion Cray, Wharfedale", 13 cm x 17 cm, framed, signed on mount (see illustration). ARR

Sold for £520

Lot 669

Terence Cuneo, two Terence Cuneo signed prints, both "B Battery on the Airfield-Topcliffe 1982", image 30 cm x 50 cm together with a military print by Dawn Wareing 1/200 and two prints of Woolwich.

Lot 670

R Cavalla, four prints, beach scenes. 17 cm x 24 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 671

Imogen Muntz, oil on canvas, two hounds "Sparkler and Spanker". 39.5 cm x 50 cm (see illustration).

Lot 672

Baring, watercolour Queen Elizabeth I 1872, framed, 27 cm x 20 cm, signed verso.

Lot 673

Oswald Garside, four small watercolours, yachts and rowing boats, largest 8.5 cm x 11 cm.

Lot 674

An Edwardian oil painting on canvas, mountain scene, indistinctly signed bottom right hand corner. 36 cm x 50 cm.

Sold for £40

Lot 675

Augustus John OM RA (1878-1961), quarter length portrait of a young girl, signed John, coloured chalks, mounted oval. 28.7 cm x 21.5 cm (see illustration). ARR

Sold for £260

Lot 676

Donald A Paton (Edward Horace Thompson 1879-1949), "Borrowdale". signed, watercolour, title inscribed in pencil verso, 24.5 cm x 17.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £90

Lot 677

Donald A Paton (Edward Horace Thompson 1879-1949), "Springtime near Ambleside", signed, watercolour, titled verso in pencil, 24.5 cm x 17.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £180

Lot 678

John Degnan (20th century contemporary), "Lyons Rose Garden", signed, watercolour, artists label and inscribed verso, 23 cm x 34 cm.

Sold for £18

Lot 679

Masuo Ikeda (Japanese, 1934-1997), "Wingar/Wings-Venus series", coloured lithograph, signed in pencil dated '75, limited edition number 15 of 100, with applied artist label verso typed Masuo Ikeda, Japan, dedicated to Hideki Yukawa, physics-1949 and Yasunari Kawabata, literature-1968, plate 39.5 cm x 29.5 cm.

Sold for £180

Lot 680

Edward H Thompson (British, 1879-1949), "Wythop Mill, Embleton", signed, watercolour, artist label verso, 24 cm x 39 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £260

Lot 681

A.H. Thompson (British 20th century contemporary), Lakeland snow scene, signed, watercolour. 27 cm x 51.5 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 682

Tom Robb (British 20th century contemporary), "Cumberland Fells", signed and titled in pencil, watercolour. 33.5 cm x 44.5 cm.

Lot 683

Ackermann's History of Cambridge, three colour engravings titled "Bachelor of Divinity", "Pensioner" and "Bachelor of Arts", 2 x 24.5 cm x 19 cm and 23 cm x 28.5 cm.

Lot 684

James Burrell Smith, "Salmon Fishing in a Scottish River", signed James B Smith, oil on canvas, mounted within an ornate gilt frame. 76.5 cm x 63.5 cm (see illustration).

Lot 685

Claude Richardson, coastal scene with figures on a beach and fishing vessels, signed and indistinctly dated 18**, oil on canvas. 60.5 cm x 91.5 cm (see illustration).

Lot 686

After Sir William Beechey RA (1753-1839), "The Dashwood Children", 20th century, mounted within an ornate gilt frame. 102 cm x 102 cm.

Sold for £500

Lot 687

After P.J. De Loutherbourg a pair of coloured lithographs, Ramsgate, with view of the new lighthouse, and Margate from the Parade. 35.5 cm x 50 cm.

Sold for £95

Lot 688

Alfred Wainwright an original pen and ink drawing, "Cam Spout", 20 cm x 15 cm, framed, signed (see illustration). ARR

Sold for £980

Lot 689

John Cooke three watercolours, three river scenes, largest 28 cm x 40 cm, all framed and signed.

Lot 690

Edward A Hobley, watercolour lake and mountain scene with sheep, 39 cm x 49 cm.

Lot 691

N.F. Schiottz-Jensen, (19th century Danish), oil on canvas coastal scene. 37 cm x 48 cm.

Sold for £160

Lot 692

Lynn Rhodes (British, 20th century contemporary), Antigua and Bali, two oil paintings on board, each signed and titled, 29 cm x 24 cm and 24 cm x 19 cm respectively.

Sold for £20

Lot 693

Derek Shapiro (20th century), oil on board, pair of still lives of apple and blackcurrants and pears and blackcurrants, the latter mounted oval. 12.5 cm x 17.5 cm and 16 cm x 21.5 cm, signed

Sold for £80

Lot 694

Ten French coloured prints, notable ladies through the ages, to include Anne de Boulen, Anne de Bretagne, Marie d'Angleterre, Marion de Lorme, Isabelle D'Ecosse and Marguerite de Flandre and others, 31 cm x 21 cm, and two Victorian colour printed fashion prints, 22.5 cm x 16.5 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 695

Renzo Vespignani (Italian, 20th century), colour lithograph, "Due Barche", signed and dated in pencil 1960, Artists Proof 3/10. Image 35 cm x 54 cm.

Sold for £25

Lot 696

Graham Petley (British, 20th century contemporary), oil on canvas, "The Bait Digger, Lerryn-Cornwall", titled in pencil on stretcher verso. 34 cm x 44 cm, signed.

Sold for £80

Lot 697

Oliver Clare (1852-1927), oil on board, still life of strawberries, gooseberries, plums and grapes on a ledge. 38 cm x 27.5 cm, signed.

Sold for £280

Lot 698

Dyer (20th century contemporary), oil on canvas, "Exploring the Creek". 49.5 cm x 75 cm, signed.

Sold for £120

Lot 699

Lee Reynolds (British, 20th century contemporary), oil on canvas, wild flowers and grasses. 122 cm x 152.2 cm, signed. ARR

Sold for £80

Lot 700

James Rannie Swinton (1816-1888) half length portrait of a young girl, signed and dated in pencil 1847, pastel and pencil, 62 cm x 47.5 cm.

Lot 701

F. Salvatelli (Italian mid 20th century), "Alassio", signed and dated 1958, pen and ink. 34 cm x 49 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 702

An Indian bookplate, 19th/20th century, gouache. Image 17.5 cm x 10 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 703

Benjamin Williams Leader R.A. (British 1831-1923), "A Wooden Fence at The Waters Edge", pencil sketch. 11.5 cm x 24 cm, Frost & Reed Fine Art Dealers label verso "Refurbishment Sale 2006".

Sold for £30

Lot 704

Benjamin Williams Leader R.A. (British 1831-1923), "Distant View of A Cottage by A Bridge", pencil sketch. 17 cm x 25 cm, Frost & Reed Fine Art Dealers label verso "Refurbishment Sale 2006".

Sold for £30

Lot 705

After Velazquez, portrait of a Spanish gentleman, 20th century, unsigned, watercolour and pastel. 33 cm x 24 cm.

Lot 706

Percy Kelly (British, 1918-1993) ink and wash illustrated letter addressed to Bill and Kitty, illustrated with a courtyard and buildings, signed and dated Saturday 28th September 1974. 19.5 cm x 32 cm. ARR

Sold for £1200

Lot 707

Philip MacLeod Coupe (1944-2013), oil on board, "Study of The Riverbank at Rosthwaite". 29.5 cm x 37 cm, signed and dated '85. ARR

Sold for £50

Lot 708

William "Bill" Peascod (British, 1920-1985), acrylic on board, "Snow Gully", label verso and obituary of artist taken from The Times 20 May 1985. 62 cm x 52.5 cm, signed in pencil and numbered 22/83. ARR

Sold for £2700

Lot 709

J. Baker-Smith (British, 19th century), oil on canvas, Lakeland view, Melbreak and Crummock Water from Rannerdale with figures on path to foreground. 59.5 cm x 90 cm, signed and dated 1893.

Lot 710

A bound scrapbook, William IV/early Victorian, containing hand-drawn pencil sketches and vignettes by the Kay/Key sisters (Jane and Mary), mostly topographical and dated between 1835 and 1842, to include views of Barnard Castle, Fountains Abbey, Howth Lighthouse from The Needles, a sketch of Aida Byron, Birch House near Bolton, Lancashire, Ladder Hill at St. Helena, Phoul a Phuca, (42), all in a blue cloth bound album with gilt tooling. Album 28 cm x 24 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £200

Lot 711

Carl Emil Otto Weber (German 1832-1888), pair of oils on panel, cows grazing amongst trees and cows by river, each with stencilled numbers verso "963A" and "1258AG(C)". 32.5 cm x 48 cm, signed (see illustration).

Lot 712

Edward Horace Thompson (1879-1949), pair of watercolours, "Bassenthwaite Lake" and "Skiddaw Greets the Morning". 19 cm x 35 cm, signed and dated 1929 and in matching frames.

Lot 713

R Clemense, English setters and grouse in moorland, signed, oil on board, 39 cm x 60 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £320

Lot 714

Attributed to John Wilson Ewbank RSA, 1779-1847, "Landscape with Figures", oil on canvas, two typed labels verso, one for St Andrews Fine Art St Andrews Scotland, 30.5 cm x 43.5 cm, mounted within an ornate gilt frame.

Lot 715

A pair of 18th century portrait of a gentleman and a lady, each finely attired, half length, inscribed in pencil verso Reverend John James and Mrs Reverend John James, mounted oval. 31 cm x 24 cm.

Sold for £500

Lot 716

A 19th century Continental School, figures smoking and drinking in a tavern, oil on board, 14.5 cm x 13.5 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 717

English School, full length portrait of a traveller, late 19th/early 20th century, oil painting on board, unsigned, 23.5 cm x 14.5 cm.

Sold for £40

Lot 718

19th century Continental School, bull in stable interior with chickens, oil on panel, 18 cm x 21 cm.

Lot 719

English School, "End of the Day - Trawlers in Harbour", unsigned, watercolour, 20 cm x 26.5 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 720

T.B. Smith, "A Corner of Folkstone", signed, oil on panel, pencil inscribed label verso dated 1918, 24.5 cm x 29.5 cm.

Lot 721

G.S.J. Ker, "A Street in Bombay", singed, watercolour, inscribed on mount in pencil, image 13 cm x 22.5 cm.

Lot 722

A pair of hand coloured engravings of Venetian views, mounted under a single frame. 6 cm x 10 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 723

19th century Scottish School "Alexander, 5th Earl of Glencairn", three quarter length profile portrait, the canvas inscribed top right beneath an armorial Alexander 5th Earl of Glencairn obit: 1574, an ink inscribed label verso "The Good Earl... friend of Knox", unsigned, oil on canvas. 128 cm x 102 cm. Mounted within an ornate gilt frame (see illustration).

Sold for £1200

Lot 724

19th century English School, huntsman with hounds in a rural landscape, unsigned, oil on panel. 17 cm x 22 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 725

Minnie Walters Anson (British, 1875-1959), watercolour on card, "Cattleya Aeneas Brockhurst Var" botanical study, signed and dated 1926, and E. Shaw, botanical study "Catta Titranae The Delpark Var", signed and dated 25/5/1926. 32 cm x 23 cm and 35.5 x 25 cm respectively.

Lot 726

George Busby FRSA (British 1926-2005), watercolour, "Farm Near Hutton Roof". 18.5 cm x 27.5 cm, signed, dated '00 and with inscribed and printed label verso. ARR

Sold for £55

Lot 727

George Busby FRSA (British 1926-2005), watercolour, "Cumbrian Farm". 17.5 cm x 27 cm, signed, dated '89. ARR

Sold for £120

Lot 728

George Busby FRSA (British 1926-2005), watercolour, "The Village Shop". 16.5 cm x 25.5 cm, signed, dated '83. ARR

Sold for £30

Lot 729

W. Baker (British, fl. late 19th/early 20th century), pair of watercolour fishing scenes "Bringing in The Haul", 38 cm x 54.5 cm, signed.

Lot 730

19th century oil on canvas, "Madonna & Cherubs". 168 cm x 110 cm, unsigned.

Sold for £820

Lot 731

19th century English School, racehorse in stable interior, oil on panel, applied ink inscribed label verso "Blair Athol, Winner of The Derby 1864". 17.5 cm x 26 cm.

Lot 732

After Angelo Asti, oil on canvas, quarter length portrait of a lady. 40.5 cm x 30 cm.

Sold for £170

Lot 733

Cyril Goldie (British 1872-1942), pen and ink, caricature of a grotesque sea creature. 26 cm x 36 cm, initialled in pencil CG lower left.

Lot 734

Ashley R. Boon (b. 1959), watercolour, "Shoveler - Study Sheet". 25 cm x 36.5 cm, signed, applied Holland & Holland label verso with ink inscription. ARR

Sold for £140

Lot 735

Ashley R. Boon (b. 1959), Shoveler ducks, signed, watercolour, 25 cm x 30 cm. ARR

Sold for £200

Lot 736

Andrew Burnett (1843-1879), portrait of Anthony Van Dyck, after a self-portrait by the artist, oil on canvas laid on board, with inscribed plaque to slip. 50 cm x 39 cm.

Lot 737

English School, 20th century, equestrian study of a horse in naturalistic setting, monogrammed LH and dated 1934, pastel on board. 47.5 cm x 58.5 cm.

Lot 738

19th century Continental School, "St. Joseph", indistinctly signed and dated 1859, oil on canvas. 60 cm x 51 cm.

Lot 739

R.P. Nash (20th century), "Pericles" and "Patriarch", pair of Aberdeen Line clippers, signed, watercolour, each with an Erling Monsen Shipbroker ink inscribed label verso. 33 cm x 48 cm.

Lot 740

John H. Hamilton RSW, Scottish interior scene with mother and child, signed, oil on canvas. 34.5 cm x 44 cm.

Lot 741

19th century oil on canvas, figures by river with cattle and castle ruin beyond. 28.5 cm x 24 cm.

Lot 742

George Vernon Stokes (1873-1954), "Mallards in Flight", Limited Edition coloured etching, signed in pencil, 61/75. Plate 25 cm x 31.5 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 743

20th century school, "The River Findhorn, Morayshire", initialled AAKD and signed 1936, watercolour. inscribed verso with title. 27 cm x 39 cm.

Lot 744

20th century, contemporary Asian School, children peering through a wood panel, monogrammed and dated '92, oil on canvas, mounted within an oak frame. 79 cm x 77.5 cm.

Lot 745

19th century English School, three quarter length portrait of a distinguished gentleman, oil on canvas laid on board. 60 cm x 49 cm.

Sold for £120

Lot 746

English School, portrait of a monk, early 20th century, unsigned, oil on canvas, stencilled verso "ESK" (Examined South Kensington). 49.5 cm x 39.5 cm.

Lot 747

Early 19th century English School, three quarter length portrait of a gentleman, watercolour. 30 cm x 27 cm.

Lot 748

George Trevor (Britsh fl. 1920-1940), "Colleen Bawn Rock, Killarney", signed, watercolour, titled and signed in mount. 27 cm x 37 cm.

Lot 749

20th century Scottish School, loch scene with mountains, two building to foreground, unsigned, mounted oval, oil on board. 22 cm x 28 cm.

Lot 750

Robert Mulhern (20th century contemporary), an elaborate coach with attendants and figures, possibly taken from The Magic flute, signed, watercolour and mixed media. 33 cm x 74 cm.

Lot 751

James Riddel (British 1857-1928), "The Cobbler", signed, watercolour. 62.5 cm x 74 cm.

Lot 752

19th century Continental School, Italian harbour scene, unsigned, oil on canvas. 59.5 cm x 44.5 cm.

Sold for £85

Lot 753

After Sir Anthony Van Dyke, The Lomellini Family", oil on canvas. 61.5 cm x 62 cm.

Lot 754

19th century Continental School, mother with child, unsigned, oil on canvas. 76.5 cm x 63.5 cm.

Sold for £260

Lot 755

19th century English School, interior scene with a mournful soldier his foot upon a chest of receipts, unsigned, oil on canvas. 60.5 cm x 50 cm.

Lot 756

J.C. Myles (19th century), portrait of a clergyman, signed and dated 1845 verso, oil on canvas. 64 cm x 48 cm.

Lot 757

After J.F. Herring Snr. and others, "Fathers of The Turf", colour print. 48 cm x 76 cm.

Lot 758

Edwin Bent Walker (exh. 1892-1903), portrait of a gentleman, signed and dated 1916, oil on canvas. 59 cm x 51 cm.

Lot 759

A Victorian portrait of a monk in brown cassock, oil on canvas, inscribed in ink on stretcher verso "painted from life 1871", 15 cm x 13 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 760

19th century English School, "Caitloch", naive study of a three masted vessel at sea, land to the background, oil on panel. NOTE: Caitloch built 1874. 26 cm x 43.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £300

Lot 761

Abigail Clark (British, contemporary) "Spring Shelf II", signed, inscribed and dated verso March '98, watercolour, 15 cm x 19.5 cm.

Sold for £40

Lot 762

William Taylor Longmire (British 1841-1914), "Langdale Pikes from Elterwater", signed and dated 1885, watercolour. 25.5 cm x 36.5 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 763

Jill Aldersley (British, contemporary) "Langdales", signed, watercolour, Ambleside and District Art Society label verso. 25 cm x 36 cm.

Sold for £45

Lot 764

Two ornithological studies, watercolours, one titled "Fringilla Cisalpina", 22 cm x 19 cm, the other a variety of flycatcher by Jean Rollan. 20.5 cm x 16.5 cm.

Lot 765

Audrey Johnson (1918-2010), still life flowers in a vase, signed and dated 1953, oil on board, 41 cm x 31.5 cm. ARR

Sold for £90

Lot 766

George Tute R.E. R.W.A. (b. 1933), nine naturalistic wood blocks mounted under a single frame, each with pencil inscription, signed to the base in pencil George Tute 1981, nine country love and saw wood engravings, Dent. 21/75, each image 5.5 cm x 8 cm.

Sold for £220

Lot 767

Patience Arnold (British, 1901-1992), Spanish Queen with attendants before a seascape, possibly a book illustration, signed, watercolour and gouache. 34.5 cm x 47 cm.

Sold for £40

Lot 768

Fiona Reeves (British, contemporary) "Summer Meadow", signed, oil painting on board, artist label verso and with original receipt. 43.5 cm x 51 cm.

Sold for £75

Lot 769

Alan Stones, a set of four colour prints of sheep, 18.5 cm x 13 cm. Smallest 14 cm².

Sold for £20

Lot 770

Edward Horace Thompson (1879-1949), watercolour, "Mist Rising" Fleetwith Pike at The Head of Buttermere. 29 cm x 44 cm, framed, signed.

Sold for £420

Lot 771

Edward Horace Thompson (1879-1949), watercolour, "Bassenthwaite Lake Looking South to Borrowdale from Church Bay". 23 cm x 44 cm, framed, signed.

Sold for £260

Lot 772

No lot.

Lot 773

Belgian School, 20th century, rural dwellings in a woodland landscape, indistinctly signed, oil on canvas mounted within an ornate gilt frame. 59 cm x 119 cm.

Lot 774

After Edwin Long, a steel engraving of an Egyptian slave market, bearing the stamp of the Print Sellers Association, mage size excluding margins 45 cm x 85.5 cm.

Sold for £35

Lot 775

After Sir Edwin Landseer, a steel engraving, published by Henry Graves 1858, image size 57 cm x 72 cm excluding margins, in gilt frame.

Sold for £35

Lot 776

19th century German School, depicting a young girl seated at a table with book and another young girl standing beside her, oil painting on tin, mounted in a gilt frame. Image 12.5 cm x 10 cm.

Lot 777

Edward Horace Thompson (1879-1949), a watercolour "Sunset in the Vale of Newlands", 30 cm x 44 cm, framed, signed and dated 1921 (see illustration).

Sold for £1250

Lot 778

Edward Horace Thompson (1879-1949), a watercolour "A Lakeland Farm in Winter", 30 cm x 44 cm, framed, signed and dated 1921 (see illustration).

Sold for £1600

Lot 779

Percy Kelly (1981-1993), watercolour, "Evensong". 21 cm x 28.5 cm, initialled PK (see illustration). ARR

Sold for £2200

Lot 780

Percy Kelly (1981-1993), illustrated letter, "Attleborough, Norfolk", signed "Love Roberta" 13th September 1983, addressed to Sami and with original ink addressed envelope, verso "Sender Percy Kelly". 25 cm x 22 cm. NOTE - Sami (Jane Buckmaster) lived in Kendal next to Joan David who was the main correspondent of Kelly in his last decade. Kelly wrote to her when Jane told him she was seriously ill with cancer. His wife Christine had left him a few months before and he was desperately lonely. He sometimes signed his letters "Roberta" (his alter ego) depending on his mood (see illustration). ARR

Sold for £580

Lot 781

Percy Kelly (1918-1993), gouache and watercolour, "Dearham Co-op Corner", artists inscribed label verso. 24 cm x 34.5 cm (see illustration). ARR

Sold for £2300

Lot 782

Percy Kelly (1918-1993), charcoal, "Fells Above Loweswater ?", circa 1958-60, printed label verso. 46 cm x 76 cm, initialled PK (see illustration). ARR

Sold for £3300

Lot 783

Len Roope (British 1917-2005), "Crummock Water, Morning", signed, titled, watercolour, inscribed verso and dated 1984, purchased directly from the artist. 25.5 cm x 36 cm (see illustration). ARR

Sold for £200

Lot 784

Len Roope (British 1917-2005), "Skiddaw & Bassenthwaite Lake", signed, titled, watercolour, inscribed verso and dated 1985, purchased directly from the artist. 25 cm x 37 cm. ARR

Sold for £260

Lot 785

Rene Roberts (British 20th century), "Mealsgate Towards The Solway", oil on board. 75.5 cm x 106 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 786

Rene Roberts (British 20th century), "The Road to Whitehall Peel Tower, Mealsgate", oil on canvas. 49.5 cm x 60 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 787

George Campbell RHA RUA (Irish 1917-1979), abstract landscape, signed and dated '66, oil on canvas, the stretcher inscribed "Campbell", indistinctly titled verso on the stretcher "Teuchous Winter" and signed G. Campbell. 41 cm x 51 cm. NOTE - George Campbell was the leading Irish artist of the "Belfast Boys". George Campbell and his group of mainly self taught artists (The Belfast Boys) became prominent on the Irish Art scene immediately after World War Two when they dominated numerous exhibitions. For further reading see "George Campbell & the Belfast Boys" by Karen Reihill.

Lot 788

James Macintyre (Scottish fl. early 20th century), pair of Highland scenes with lochs and mountains, signed, watercolours. 25.5 cm x 35 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 789

19th century English School, landscape at sunset, a shepherd to the foreground, a lake and castle and mountains beyond, signed "IWS '89", oil on oak panel. 27 cm x 20 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 790

George Nelson Jnr. (British d. 1921), "Mr Robinson's Farmyard", inscribed verso with title and artist and further inscribed "Mr & Mrs Akitt 9th August 1888", oil on artists board. 30 cm x 45.5 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 791

H. Maidment (fl. 1889-1914), "On The Llugwy, North Wales" and "On the River Lledr, North Wales", oils on canvas, each signed or initialled and titled. 38.5 cm x 60.5 cm.

Sold for £200

Lot 792

Nancy Bailey (British 1913-2012), " Moorings off Smeaton Quay", signed, oil on canvas, further signed and titled on stretcher and numbered 4479. 46 cm x 92 cm.

Sold for £400

Lot 793

G. Platon, three still lives of flowers, signed or initialled and dated 1920, oils on artists board. 14 cm x 34 cm and 20 cm x 41.5 cm.

Sold for £25

Lot 794

G Trevor, three highland scene watercolours, signed, unmounted, 37.5 cm x 18.5 cm and 18.5 cm x 37 cm.

Lot 795

G Trevor, four highland and coastal scene watercolours, signed, unmounted, 27 cm x 18 cm and 18.5 cm x 27 cm.

Lot 796

G Trevor, five highland scene watercolours, signed, unmounted, 18 cm x 27 cm.

Lot 797

Basil Nightingale, watercolour, huntsman leaping a fence. 58 cm x 42 cm, framed, signed and dated 1889.

Sold for £200

Lot 798

Lowes Dickinson, pair of pastel portraits, lady and gentleman, both signed and dated 1849. 56 cm x 42 cm, framed.

Lot 799

Hubbard, two 19th century watercolours, children, one dated 1840. 56 cm x 41 cm, both framed and signed.

Sold for £140

Lot 800

William Mitchell Maryport, pencil drawing, coastal scene with fishing vessels and buoy, 24 cm x 35 cm, framed, signed with initials.

Sold for £190