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JOSÈ ROYO (b.1941) A girl in a yellow dress seated with a Mediterranean sea beyond, oil on canvas, and with a label to the reverse for The New River Gallery 914 East Las Olas Boulevard, Florida 99cm square
A fine and rare Chinese Celadon jade miniature Vase, 18th Century, the rectangular section waisted neck flanked by two handles carved in high relief and modelled as large peonies, beneath the neck is a lotus lappet band above four Taotie masks carved in low relief to the sides, a further lappet band in low relief is above spreading rectangular foot, the semi-translucent stone is a pale Celadon green tone with minor russet inclusions, 12cm high
George Vincent oil on canvas landscape scene in original gilt frame - 31.5 x 44cm
Late 19th Century French giltwood five piece salon suite comprising: open arm two seater settee, the back with bell husk and ribbon pediment, scroll arms with carved acanthus decoration and standing on tapered turned and fluted supports together with four en-suite open arm elbow chairs
A 19th Century German silver circular tea strainer with foliate pierced decoration to border and lion mask side handle, diameter 9cm.
A SILVER PLATED SERVING TROLLEY from The Waldorf Hotel, London, the oval hinged top with crest for The Waldorf Hotel and with carrying handles to the side, wirework hinged plate stand, paraffin heat lamps beneath and all standing on square tapering legs united by a shaped undertier and castors, 100cm wide x 109cm high
A large Chinese 17th/18th Century carved Celadon jade Group modelled as a phoenix holding a large peony sprig within its beak, the bird very finely modelled and carved with a plume and three scrolling head feathers above a body carved in low relief, the wings and tail feathers carved in high relief and scrolling up to the right hand side of the birds back, the underside also finely worked with the birds two feet terminating in claws and with further scrolling tail feathers, the stone of mostly pale Celadon tone and with russet striations and intelligent use of the russet skin accentuating the flowering peony, 10.25cm high x 9cm (widest)
A 20thC Dutch silver miniature kitchen in 17thC style, to include bird cage with bird, dresser with hinged doors containing a set of eight plates, ironing board and iron, table with four chairs, a fire grate with back, wall clock, chandelier, coffee grinder, log bucket, basket, baby chair, fire irons, implements on stand, bellows, cauldron, a pair of candlesticks, peat box, kettle etc, compete with original listing, purchased from James R Ogden of Harrogate, supplied by Garrard & Co Limited, of London.
Mary Fedden (1915-2012) Hoopoe 2, watercolour, signed and dated 1988 9" x 7" Provenance: Mr Peter Thursby, purchased from Royal West of England Academy Members exhibition, April 1988, No.83.
Royal Brierley Edwardian cocktail set to include a tray, six glasses, two jugs and a stirrer
18th Century, a large, heavy and fine Chinese Celadon jade Carving modelled as a recumbent horse, the horse with head turned to Dexter looks upon the books of knowledge which rest upon his back and are secured with a tied ribbon, the horse bears a happy expression and is recumbent upon very well carved stylized incised crested waves, the stone ranging from whitish pale Celadon to darker and with minor russet inclusions to some waves, 9.5cm long x 6cm (highest point)
A George III hallmarked silver coffee pot of baluster form with circular stepped base and wooden scroll handle, all terminating in wrythen finial, later embossed scroll decoration, weight 34oz, London 1764, Francis Crump.
A 19thC French carved ivory figure, of a winged female suspended on a tree stump, 37cm high plus 6cm socle.
A 19th century chromed desk top barometer by or retailed by Betjemann Formed as a ship's wheel, on plinth base, the silvered dial incorporating a thermometer. 34.5 cms high.
Circle of Alexander Calder (1898-1976) Untitled, mixed media on paper, signed Calder 22" x 15"
A Meissen part dinner service comprising plates, bowls and dishes (23)
JONATHAN WYLDER (b. 1957) - Angel Awakening, bronze, mounted on a white marble plinth and bearing a plaque 'Angel Awakening, Jonathan Wylder, Ltd Edition of 6, 1999', approximately 184cm high x 78cm wide
A pair of late 19thC Japanese satsuma bulb vases, each with five cylindrical holders painted in polychrome enamels and gilt outlines and stippling, with three character black painted marks to the base, 20.3cm high
George III mahogany bracket clock by James McCabe of London, the bell top case with brass handle, glazed side panels and standing on brass ogee bracket feet, the glazed arch shaped door having pierced panels, arch shaped painted dial with Roman numerals signed McCabe, London, twin fusee movement with engraved back plate and striking on a bell, overall height 48cm with handle down
A 18ct white gold and diamond cocktail ring, the pierced mount containing approx 0.86 carat weight of diamonds.
Romi Behrens (20th Century) Portrait of a Gentleman, oil on canvas, signed and inscribed to verso 24" x 30"
WWII – German Propaganda Der Adler – two editions , October 21st and November 18th 1941. Rare editions in English
An early 20thC slate and marble mantel clock, with gilt dial surround, Roman numerals, minute track and gilt breguet hands, with marble dial inset, French 8-day movement striking on bell, possibly made by Leroy Et Fils, Paris, 19cm x 26cm.
A 19thC cavalry sabre sword, of typical curved form, with an engraved blade, and an ivory strap handle with brass lion head, with a leather and brass scabbard, 88cm long.
Fritz Althaus (1863-1962) Winter Sunshine, Bude, oil on canvas, signed 48" x 72"
Michael Rothenstein (1908-1993) The Cockerel, linocut, signed and numbered 8/14 18" x 16"
Victorian silver slipper, Birmingham 1881, makers mark Nathan & Hayes, 145 grams
Six Chippendale style dining chairs with ball and claw feet
Diamond three stone ring in a crossover setting on an 18ct gold and platinum shank, approx 0.1 carat total, size Q
*Gill WATKISS (b.1938) Oil on canvas ‘The Causeway Marazion’ Inscribed in the artist’s hand on label Dated 2009 Signed 23.5” x 29.25”(59.7cm x 74.3cm)
A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons Chien Lung vase of footed shouldered ovoid form with collar neck and flared rim, self colour cased in an opaque blue and deeply cut with birds amongst flowering prunus blossom trees, acid mark to the base, height 19cm.
A Victorian mahogany rounded rectangular dining table, two drop in leaves, a Joseph screw, on fluted baluster legs with brass castors
VALOR ECCLESIASTICUS, TEM. HENR. VIII. 6 vols. Good hand col. eng. fldg. maps. Folio. 4 in orig. brds., rebacked, the other 2 rebound. 1824.
8 Lancashire Spindle back matched set of dining chairs : A matched set of 2+6 18thC Lancashire spindle back dining chairs with envelope rush seat, the 2 carvers 40 1/2" high the 6 approx . 36 1/2" high Please Note - we do not make reference to the condition of lots within catalogue descriptions. We are however happy to provide additional information regarding the condition of items on request.
Chinese 19th century blue and white baluster shaped vase
Sadlers pink colourway racing car teapot with OKT42 number plate
17th Century English Delft blue dash charger, probably London c.1680, decorated with tulips and carnations rising from a mound in yellow, blue, green and manganese, blue dashes and a yellow line to the rim, buff glazed back with a circular foot, 32.5cm diameter
GROUP OF FIVE 19TH CENTURY AND LATER GILT METAL EXHIBITION MEDALLIONS AWARDED TO J. HIGHAM LTD MANCHESTER BAND INSTRUMENT MANUFACTURERS, viz London 1862, 3" diameter Dublin International Exhibition 1865, 3" diameter World Columbian Exposition - Chicago 1893, 3" diameter Trades and Industrial Exhibition - Norwich 1895, 1 3/4" diameter and Louisiana Purchase Exposition - 1904 shield shaped 2 3/4" high (5) some scratches, blemishes, with remnants of plush lined and fitted table top display/box.
THORNTON ROBERT. The Temple of Flora. The Magnificent Folio Society facsimile reprint. Bound ltd. ed. of only 600. Large folio vol. in green qtr. morocco with pictorial brds. Fine col. plates; with Commentary vol., a separate loose plate of tulips & a solander box with original packing. 2008.
*Stanhope A. FORBES (1857-1947) Oil on canvas ‘Young Apprentice (Newlyn Copper Works)’ Signed and dated 1908 29.5” x 23.25” (75cm x 59cm) Provenance: This is a study for the final work which forms part of the collection at Penlee House Museum & Gallery, Penzance. Note: the painting depicts J.D. Mackenzie founder of the Newlyn Copper Works and J. Payne an apprentice. This industry was set up to enable local fishermen to earn money when the weather was too bad to go out to sea.
A pair of Chinese moon flasks, of typical form with heart headed handles decorated in underglaze blue set with panels of figures in flowing robes on oval feet, Jiaqing marks beneath but Qing dynasty, 25cm high. (2)
A 19thC bone shaker bicycle with stand
House caddy : a fine circa 1800 painted house Tea Caddy , with partially open front door, lattice work windows ( the key hole within an arch shaped centre top window, wirework garden bench , potted tree,, further trees , leaning ladder , leaning rake by back door , Dovecote on a pedestal and a central latticed and tiled proud roof section. 5 3/4" high, 4 1/2 x 4 1/2" For similar see page 195 figure 345 of Antique Boxes, Tea Caddies, & Society 1700-1880 by Clarke & O'Kelly. Please Note - we do not make reference to the condition of lots within catalogue descriptions. We are however happy to provide additional information regarding the condition of items on request.
A Victorian amboya & rosewood secretaire cabinet, the superstructure with open compartment supported by foliate scrolled mounts above four small cupboard doors, the base with turn-over-top gilt tooled writing surface supported on lopers framing a long frieze drawer, the cupboards below flanked by tapering pillars, raised on spade feet. (28.75in x 18.75in x 53in)
A late 18th/early 19th century enamel box The hinged circular lid centred with a cherub filled vignette and bordered by gilt floral scrollwork, the main body with various scenic vignettes. 9 cms diameter.
Spanish Armada Ware : A 19thC shaped and painted wall mirror with crown to top and 3 Flur de Lys lower with floral and foliate banding to sides. 29" high x 20 1/2" wide Please Note - we do not make reference to the condition of lots within catalogue descriptions. We are however happy to provide additional information regarding the condition of items on request.
Documents & Ephemera - Scotland - Linlithgow - Champfleurie Estate. 1840-1870's. Large archive of documents, correspondence, quantities of farm rentals, plan of Champany Feu, 1845, statement of fire insurance on the Estate, pay bills for gardeners & labourers, garden management letter, receipts, specification for erecting a school house & playground at Linlithgow, decreet in favour of Mr Johnston Stewart shutting up old road at Champany, conditions of let of Farm Park 1865, schedule of cropping the Farm of Kingscavil, various specifications for building & repairs on the estate; also a very fine detailed ledger of 160 pages containing a fine manuscript ''Inventory of household furniture, china, crystal & other effects, also stables, coach house, etc. at Champfleurie taken 1st Oct. 1863''. This fascinating record gives a rare insight into how the Estate was furnished in the mid Victorian era. Several 100's of items in tin trunk. (Champfleurie, 2 miles east of Linlithghow Palace, the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots, the Estate said to date to the 15th century. Legend has it named by Mary Queen of Scots & also said to have had connections with Bonnie Prince Charlie. The present house built in 1851 by Admiral Robert Johnston Stewart of Physgill & Glasserton, Wigtownshire, the gardens designed by the famous Landscape Architect, Thomas White).
A fine signed wartime photograph of Winston Churchill Autograph – Winston Churchill fine black and white 8x10 press photograph showing Churchill with A V Alexander, First Lord of the Admiralty, outside Downing Street during the winter of 1941, boldly signed by Churchill and Alexander on the image, also dated in Churchill’s hand. Mounted on card.
Signed by the American Colonist John White ? Elizabeth I – the Throckmorton Plot - [John White artist and early American Colonist ] An Answer unto a certain calumnious letter published by M. Job Throkmorton and entitled A Defence of I Throkmorton against the slaunders of M Sutcliffe, London 1595, 4to 84pp, later crude card covers, ex libris the Monastery of St Augustine, Ramsgate. Dusting to outer pages but appears complete and overall in good condition. Bearing on the back page the signature ‘John White...Corke’. An intriguing and potentially important signature as this could be the signature of the famous artists and early American Colonist John White, who was amongst some of the earliest colonists of America and who became Governor of Sir Walter Raleigh’s failed attempt at a permanent settlement on Roanoke Island, known to history as the ‘Lost Colony’. White was probably born around 1540 and some accounts set his death at 1593 – but this is only conjecture and based on the last known letter he wrote which was in that year. The application of the location of ‘Corke’ to the present signature is however significant in that it is known that after the failure of his adventures in the New World, White spent his last days in County Cork where he owned at house at Kilmore. It is quite possible therefore that he did live beyond 1593 making the signature on this volume, dated 1595, as possibly genuine. The only other extant record dates from May 1606 when a Bridget White was appointed estate administrator for her brother ‘John White’ which may refer to him- however, even this is not proven to be that of the American Colonist. The book itself deals with the aftermath of the notorious Throckmorton Plot to assassinate Elizabeth I
A SOCIETY OF GENTLEMEN. The Complete Farmer or A General Dictionary Of Husbandry In All Its Branches ... together with a Great Variety of New Discoveries & Improvements, also ... The Gardener's Kalendar. Eng. frontis & 27 good fldg. eng. plates. Quarto. Calf, rebacked. Ex lib. RASE, 1769.
After Giambologna. Mercury & Fortuna, a pair of late 19th/early 20thC bronze figures, each mounted on a stepped marble bases, 48cm high
A 19thC bracket clock, the ebonised case with an arched dial headed by gilt metal finials, fronted by a mask head, the 18cm silvered dial signed Evans & Sons Handsworth, revealing an eight-day double chain fusee movement, striking on the hour, the case raised on gilt metal scroll feet, 77cm high.
Walter LANGLEY (1852-1922) Watercolour ‘News of the Fleet’ Circa 1901 Signed 20.25” x 26.25”(51.4cm x 66.7cm)
Edwardian oak captains style swivel desk armchair of typical form having a yoke back raised on turned spindles, leather inset circular seat raised on four splayed supports capped by casters
Documents & Ephemera - Newcastle & Berwick Railway. 1849-50. Large & interesting archive relating to the case between James Sanderson, Mason & Builder of Amble, against Newcastle & Berwick Railway Contractors Hattersley & Nowell, for unpaid amounts due to the value of £2,039-9s-5d, on railway construction work building Buston Barns Bridge, Lane House Bridge, Buston Road & Cattle Bridges, Howick Bridge Lord Greys Bridge, Limekiln Bridge, Little Mill Bridge, Stamford Bridge & Coquet Viaduct & various culverts. The archive containing work books, costs & specifications for masons & stone supplied, legal correspondence, ledgers with details of work done as stated by the Contractors Richard Hattersley & John William Nowell, court & case papers, etc. Fascinating lot. Quantity in a box.
19thC ivory balls : nine ivory Snooker / Billiard balls, the largest just over 2" diameter and the smallest 1.88" diameter (9) Please Note - we do not make reference to the condition of lots within catalogue descriptions. We are however happy to provide additional information regarding the condition of items on request.
A William Moorcroft vase of squat shape with long neck, decorated in Pomegranates and berries pattern on a cobalt ground. Height 8 3/4". Please Note - we do not make reference to the condition of lots within catalogue descriptions. We are however happy to provide additional information regarding the condition of items on request.
A nineteenth century terracotta model of St Peter, with bronzed patination, the seated bearded saint holding keys, the foliate scrolled decorated chair above a plain plinth. (23.5in)
A PAIR OF 12 BORE SIDE BY SIDE ASSISTED OPENING EJECTOR SHOT GUNS BY J. PURDEY & SONS, Nos. 13903 and 13904. Each gun with 2 1/2" chamber and nitro proofed, both locks engraved and with colour case hardening, together with cleaning rods, spare strikers and original hand protectors, all within original oak leather and brass mounted case. Number 1 Gun - No.13903: 30" barrels, 14 1/4 stock, original blueing. RHB: Cylinder choke, .736" interior bore, wall thickness min:24 thou. LHB: 3/4 choke, .735" interior bore, wall thickness min:23 thou. Number 2 Gun - No.13904: 30" barrels, 14 1/4 stock, original blueing. RHB: Cylinder choke, .737 interior bore, wall thickness min:24thou. LHB: 1/2 to 3/4 choke, .737 interior bore, wall thickness min:18 thou. The makers have confirmed that these guns, stocked by Johnson and put together by Matthews were completed in 1891 for The Hon. T. Cochrane, later Lord Cochrane of Cults and then by desent to his son Hon. R. Cochrane, later Air Chief Marshall who was heavily involved in Operation Chastise, The Dam Buster Raids.
A Chinese archaistic jade bi disc Of flattened trilobed form. 22 cms wide.
A pair of William Moorcroft Claremont (Toadstool) baluster vases each decorated with tubelined toadstools in red and yellow against a tonal green ground, both with impressed Burslem mark and green flash signature, height 18cm
India – Account of Maharajah Ranjit Singh’s Court Physician Fine leather bound first edition of ‘Früchteausdem Morgenlande’, (Fruits from the Morning Land) by Dr Martin Honigberger London 1851. Includes an amazing lithographed folding panorama of Lahore during the Sikh reign and 38 engraved plates and a map full leather with original gilt label on spine pp590. Plates include portraits of all the prominent members of the Lahore Durbar including Maharaja Ranjit Singh and his wife Jinda and son Duleep Singh, Maharaja Karak Singh and Sher Singh. An extremely scarce work. Honigberger was a personal physician to Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Khushwant Singh’s History of the Sikhs Princeton N.J. 1963-1966 describes him as the Hungarian doctor Honigberger who mixed gunpowder for the artillery and distilled brandy for the Maharajah. He was in fact from the town of Kronstadt Central Romania. A highly sought after work.
A vintage Louis Vuitton cabin trunk, with lath bands and leather bindings, having stamped brass studs, fittings and lock, with two carrying handles and on roller casters, 76cm x 49cm x 55cm.
A Hadley modelled large Royal Worcester eastern porcelain couple, the turbaned moustachioed gentleman holding a musket, and she with staff, standing on naturalistic ground with circular plinths - incised signature, impressed marks & numbers. (19.25in) (2)
JOSÈ ROYO (b.1941) 'Lucia En El Acantilado', oil on canvas, signed lower right, 91cm x 72cm
A suite of Victorian Scottish silver Kings pattern flatware, by James & William Marshall Edinburgh, various dates, comprising twelve table forks, twelve dessert forks, eighteen table spoons, twelve dessert spoons, gravy spoon, pair of sauce ladles and a soup ladle, 135oz gross
A diamond solitaire ring, round brilliant cut stone:- 9.32mm x 9.34mm x 5.63mm, approximately 3.03 carats, ring size Q, white metal, marks indistinct, 3.87g all in.
LATE NINETEENTH/EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY IMPERIAL GERMAN GARDE DU CORPS PARADE HELMET, brass and copper riveted with lobster tail surmounted by detachable electroplate on copper crowned partly displayed eagle, the front applied with white metal guard star pattern plate centered with a black enamelled displayed eagle, detachable scaled and leather backed chip strap with black and white and black, white and red rosettes, the folded under helmet peak stamped C.E. Junoker, the eagle secured by wing nut there being four extra holes for alternative spike (not present) replacement leather lining, approx 15" (38cm) high overall
W&R (Wiltshaw and Robinson Ltd) Carltonware chinoiserie pattern pedestal bowl, the mottled midnight blue ground decorated with insect and floral gilt decoration, 22cm diameter
Euclid Neale, Aylesbury (1724-1736 Loomes) Longcase : A brass faced Oak longcase Clock , with a 12" ( 11 3/4" sq ) brass dial , signed at 6 , with cast spandrels, subsidiary seconds dial at 12 and a perpetual dial at 6 , the oak case with a long trunk door , 3/4 columns flanking the hood door and 1/4 columns to back of hood with blind fret band above hood door ,78 1/2" high Please Note - we do not make reference to the condition of lots within catalogue descriptions. We are however happy to provide additional information regarding the condition of items on request.
QUEEN VICTORIA EGYPT MEDAL, the reverse with date 1882 awarded to P. Pritchard Gunr R.M.A. HMS Minotaur (lacks swivel bar)
Michael FINN (1921-2002) Emulsion on wood block construction ‘Verticle Grey & Black ‘Couple’ Inscribed to verso Signed and dated 1976 to verso 10.75” x 7.5” (27.3cm x 19cm)
A Gunthermann tin plate model of Bluebird Lithograph printed decoration, marked Foreign. 51.5 cms long.
Silver pin cushion in the form of a chick, Birmingham 1905, makers mark WH
A George III silver gilt vase and cover, hallmarked London 1809, maker's mark of Benjamin Smith I and James Smith The cover with horse finial, the body serpent cast twin handles, standing on an acanthus cast fluted foot, with presentation inscription from the Hampshire Agricultural Society. 40 cms high.
A George II silver tankard, of circular form, with a stepped domed lid, pierced shell capped and scroll thumb handle and scroll ear handle, the plain waisted body on circular foot, London 1748, maker possibly James Phipps, approximately 42oz, 25cm high.
Breon O'Casey (1928-2011) Music 1987, oil on board, signed 18" x 23"
19th century style slate mantle clock, the white enamelled dial with Roman numerals and visible escapement, the back plate stamped Miroyfres Btes S GDG CM Paris, 33cm tall
A PAIR OF 17TH CENTURY FLEMISH CARVED OAK HIGH BACK ARMCHAIRS with symbolic figure decoration and mask handles and on scrolling stretcher support, upholstered in 17th Century style needlework 69cm wide x 149cm high
Ephemera -France pictorial advertising fan showing a large expensive restaurant in Paris. Circa 1870s -90s. Detailed engraved illustration of a large number of people seated in the restaurant with giant chandeliers. Oval at left of waiter and four people at table drinking a toast. On reverse name of the restaurant and legend; Taverne Olympia Restaurant, Toute la Nuit, 2, GrandsOrchestresSoupers. Champagne Piper Heidsieck. Spans over 12” × 7¾” when open.
Early 20th Century oak longcase clock, the arch shaped hood with moulded pediment and fluted pillars, trunk with long glazed door having astragal tracery and standing on bracket feet, the arch shaped engraved brass and silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, chime/silent and Whittington/Westminster dials, triple weight striking movement, 226cm high
A fine and rare 17th/18th Century Chinese carved Celadon jade Rhyton Cup, the tapering oval cup emanating from the back of a very well carved phoenix, its head turned slightly to the left and below a band of archaistic scrolls and designs, to one side of the cup beneath a raised band a Chilong dragon with single horn and bifid tail looks down, the phoenix with well carved scrolling rings and tail feathers rising up to support the cup, the stone is semi-translucent in a pale Celadon green tone with some darker markings and cloudy inclusions, 11cm high, illustrated inside front cover
A pair of 18ct white gold ruby and diamond cluster stud earrings, central; oval ruby each within a sixteen stone alternating brilliant and marquise cut diamond surround, all stones claw set, total weight of rubies 3.90ct.
A scratch built twin masted pond yacht, approx 110cm long x 190cm high.
An exceptional and finely carved Chinese ivory tusk, depicting warriors on horseback, standard bearers, various script markings, 19thC, 35cm high.
French 18thC candlesticks : A pair of magnificent late 18thC French Baroque / Rococo gilt bronze candlesticks depicting cherubs, scallop shells etc 12 1/2" high Please Note - we do not make reference to the condition of lots within catalogue descriptions. We are however happy to provide additional information regarding the condition of items on request.
Harold HARVEY (1874-1941) Oil on canvas ‘The Farmer’s Boy’ Signed 17.25” x 17.5”(43.8cm x 44.4cm) Provenance: Purchased by the vendor April 1988 from W.H. Lane & Son
A 19th century Continental porcelain plaque Enamel decorated with Madonna del Dito, after Carlo (or Carlino) Dolci (1616-1686) Italian, framed and glazed. 8 x 12.5 cms.
George III mahogany bracket clock by Middlecoat of Newington, the case with break arch top with brass handle, grilles to both front and sides, circular painted dial with Roman numerals and central script and standing on brass ball feet, brass double fusee movement with engraved back plate having conforming script Middlecoat, Newington, Surrey and striking on a bell, 39cm high, together with a later mahogany wall bracket
A pair of 18ct stud diamond earrings, the stones of approx 1.07 carat weight. (2)
A large early 20th Century majolica Deruta charger, the central well decorated with a portrait of a man in profile wearing Medieval dress, the border edge with grotesque winged creatures and classical forms, indistinctly signed and dated 1925, marked Deruta, diameter 46cm
*Fred YATES (1922-2008) Oil on canvas A crowded street scene Signed 23.5” x 23.5” (59.7cm x 59.7cm)
SEVENTEENTH CENTURY LIMOGES ENAMEL ON COPPER VERTICAL RECTANGULAR PLAQUE, depicting St. John the Baptist sat in a landscape holding a crucifix with pascal lamb, inscribed in margin beneath the image 'S IOA-NNES' signed with initials I.L. (possibly Jacques Laudin the elder (1627-1695) a younger (1663-1729) or Jean Laudin (1616-1688) or Joseph Laudin (1667-1727), 4" x 3 1/4" (10cm x 8cm) Provenance; Christies 1/7/97 lot 117 (4)
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