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This sale was held on 19/05/2018 at 10:30 am

Property of a gentleman - BOWEN, Emanuel - 'A New and Accurate Map of the Empire of the Great Mogul' - an 18th century hand coloured engraving, 13.6 by 16.75ins. (34.5 by 42.5cms.) (P), in glazed frame (see illustration).

£50 - £80

Property of a gentleman - LISLE, Guillaume de - 'RETRAITE DES DIX MILLE TABULA', 1780 - a hand coloured engraved map of the East Mediterranean showing Greece, Cyprus, Asia Minor and parts of North Africa, in glazed frame; together with an uncoloured map of Great Britain, by W. Stukeley, 1723, framed (2) (see illustration).

£50 - £80

Property of a lady - a pair of Indian paintings on silk depicting tiger hunts, the paintings each approximately 18.9 by 27.95ins. (48 by 71cms.) (2) (see illustration).

£200 - £300

Property of a lady - an Indian illuminated manuscript page depicting a tiger hunt, 8.1 by 4.95ins. (20.5 by 12.5cms.), in glazed frame (see illustration).

£50 - £80

Property of a lady - two Indian or Persian oil paintings on card, late 19th / early 20th century, one depicting a polo match, the other depicting birds among flowers, 3.9 by 9.15ins. (9.9 by 23.2cms.) and 9.2 by 3.85ins. (23.4 by 9.8cms.), in matching glazed oak frames (2) (see illustration).

£80 - £120

An Islamic damascened scent phial with stopper on chain, bottom of base missing, 4.8ins. (12.2cms.) high; together with a Persian qalamdan or travelling pen case & inkwell (2) (see illustration).

No Estimate

An Islamic silver circular box & cover, late 19th / early 20th century, marked 84 with maker's marks, 3.75ins. (9.5cms.) diameter, approximately 164 grams (see illustration).

£50 - £70

Property of a lady - a Persian silver rose bowl, decorated in repousse with a band of leaves, 5.5ins. (14cms.) diameter, approximately 143 grams (gross ) (see illustration).

No Estimate

Property of a gentleman - a 19th century Islamic brass vase, 12.8ins. (32.5cms.) high (see illustration).

No Estimate

Property of a gentleman - a Persian or Turkish embroidered silk coverlet, early 20th century, approximately 49 by 46ins. (124 by 117cms.) (see illustration).

No Estimate

Property of a deceased estate - a pair of Indian brass cobra wall mounted candlesticks or appliques, each approximately 30.3ins. (77cms.) high; together with a pair of Indian sequined & padded panels or bag faces depicting elephants, each approximately 14.2ins. (36cms.) square (4) (see illustration).

£50 - £100

Property of a gentleman - a Middle Eastern pierced metal & coloured glass panelled hall lantern, 24ins. (61cms.) high (excluding suspension loop) (see illustration).

£50 - £80

Property of a deceased estate - an Islamic cold painted terracotta pottery bottle vase & cover, late 19th / early 20th century, 14.85ins. (37.7cms.) high (overall) (see illustration).

No Estimate

Property of a deceased estate - a late 19th / early 20th century Indian carved teak rectangular topped table with folding base, the top 29 by 20.75ins. (73.7 by 52.7cms.) (see illustration).

No Estimate

Property of a lady - an early 20th century Hamadan runner, worn, 132 by 39ins. (336 by 39ins. ) (see illustration).

No Estimate

Property of a lady - a mid 20th century Mahal carpet, West Persia, worn, 128 by 97ins. (325 by 247cms.) (see illustration).

£100 - £200

Property of a lady - a Turkoman rug with burgundy field, third quarter 20th century, condition very good, 74 by 51ins. (188 by 130cms.) (see illustration).

£100 - £200

Property of a lady - a Turkoman rug with ivory field, third quarter 20th century, condition very good, 77 by 50ins. (196 by 127cms.) (see illustration).

£100 - £200

Property of a lady - an antique Turkoman Yomut juval, 43 by 29ins. (110 by 74cms.) (see illustration).

£50 - £100

Property of a deceased estate - a small Persian Isfahan rug, with ivory ground, 35 by 25ins. (89 by 63cms.) (see illustration).

£50 - £100

Property of a lady - a fine quality silk prayer rug, 49 by 29ins. (125 by 74cms.) (see illustration).

£200 - £300

Property of a gentleman - a box containing assorted white linen including Christening gowns (a lot) (see illustration).

£50 - £100

Property of a lady - an Edwardian embroidered silkwork oval picture depicting a lady in formal gardens, in glazed ebonised frame, 13.4 by 10.85ins. (34 by 27.5cms.) (overall); together with another embroidered picture depicting a girl with dog, in glazed ebonised frame (2) (see illustration).

No Estimate

Property of a lady - an early 19th century animals & flowers sampler, dated 1806, in glazed frame, 19.4ins. (49.3cms.) square (overall) (see illustration).

No Estimate

Property of a lady - two 19th century alphabet & house samplers, in similar glazed frames, 19.3 by 10.95ins. (49 by 27.8cms.) and 19.3 by 10.15ins. (49 by 25.8cms.) (overall) (2) (see illustration).

No Estimate

Property of a lady - a 19th century alphabet & figures sampler, in glazed frame, 19.1 by 14.95ins. (48.5 by 38cms.) (overall); together with a smaller similar, in glazed frame; and a late 18th century alphabet sampler, dated 1794, in glazed frame, 19.3 by 10.25ins. (49 by 26cms.) (overall) (3) (see illustration).

£50 - £100

Property of a lady - a late 18th / early 19th century house & figures sampler, in glazed frame, 20.3ins. (51.6cms.) square (overall) (see illustration).

£50 - £100

Property of a lady - an 18th century Adam & Eve sampler, dated 1771, in glazed frame, 20.6 by 18.25ins. (52.3 by 46.4cms.) (overall) (see illustration).

£50 - £100

Property of a gentleman - a late 19th century needlepoint wall hanging, in the manner of Aubusson, approximately 102 by 46ins. (259 by 116cms.) (see illustration).

£100 - £150

Property of a gentleman - a 19th century embroidered panel depicting a peacock & a bird of paradise, 34.85 by 35ins (88.5 by 89cms.), mounted on board but unframed (see illustration).

£100 - £200

A Japanese Imperial Satsuma hexagonal box & cover, Meiji period (1868-1910), decorated by Tawara Koseki, signed & with blue shimazu mon, one foot re-stuck, 7.75ins. (19.7cms.) across (see illustration).

£700 - £1,000

A Japanese Satsuma vase, Meiji period (1868-1912), with two painted panels, one depicting a family in gardens, the other a river landscape, 14.6ins. (37cms.) high (see illustration).

£800 - £1,200

Property of a lady - a large late 19th century Japanese Imari charger, 24ins. (61cms.) diameter; together with a similar pair of shaped octagonal plates with moulded chrysanthemum centres, each 12.5ins. (31.8cms.) across (3) (see illustration).

£150 - £200

Property of a lady of title - a late 19th / early 20th century Japanese Arita blue & white planter, 18ins. (46cms.) diameter (see illustration).

£50 - £80

A Japanese blue & white porcelain five-piece supper set, late 19th / early 20th century, painted with flowers, in gilt decorated black lacquer circular box, the box 10ins. (25.4cms.) diameter (see illustration).

No Estimate

Property of a lady of title - a pair of 19th century Japanese Imari shaped oval dishes, each painted with a crane in a tree, each 6.6ins. (16.8cms.) long (2) (see illustration).

No Estimate

Property of a lady - a Japanese porcelain ovoid vase, with impressed & painted floral decoration, incised 2-character signature to reverse, 8.15ins. (20.7cms.) high (see illustration).

No Estimate

Property of a lady of title - a Japanese blue & white shallow dish, Edo period (1603-1868), the exterior painted with a dragon above waves, the interior painted with terrapins, broken & re-stuck, 13.1ins. (33.2cms.) diameter (see illustration).

£200 - £300

Property of a gentleman - four Christie's auction catalogues relating to Japanese Satsuma (4) (see illustration).

No Estimate

A Japanese Satsuma hexagonal bowl, Meiji period (1868-1912), painted with panels of figures on a gilt decorated blue ground, signed Hattori in gilt, 5ins. (12.7cms.) across (see illustration).

£80 - £120

A Japanese Satsuma bun shaped box, Meiji period (1868-1912), painted with figures in an interior & a landscape, painted with flowers to interior of base & cover, unsigned, 3.65ins. (9.3cms.) diameter (see illustration).

£200 - £300

An unusual Japanese Satsuma cylindrical vase, Meiji period (1868-1912), painted with precious objects including a display cabinet, a tea set, a kettle & vases, signed Kisui with a shimazu mon, 4.85ins. (12.3cms.) high (see illustration).

£500 - £700

A good Japanese Imperial Satsuma vase, Meiji period (1868-1912), of waisted octagonal trumpet form, painted with chrysanthemums between blue borders, signed Dai Nippon Satsuma Yaki Takaragawa around a blue shimazu mon, 9.75ins. (24.8cms.) high (see illustration).

£1,000 - £1,500

A collection of Japanese woodblock prints - Chikanobu Yoshu (1838-1912) - Dolls Festival (circa 1895), from the series 'The Inner Palace of Chiyoda' - a triptych, oban, mounted in a single glazed frame, 24.75 by 40.75ins. (62.9 by 103.5cms.) (overall) (see illustration).

£120 - £180

A collection of Japanese woodblock prints - Chikanobu Yoshu (1838-1912) - Playing with Silk Balls (circa 1896), from the series 'High Ranking Ladies of the Tokugawa Era' - a triptych, oban, mounted in a single glazed frame, 24.75 by 40.75ins. (62.9 by 103.5cms.) (overall) (see illustration).

£120 - £180

A collection of Japanese woodblock prints - Chikanobu Yoshu (1838-1912) - Ladies Preparing for Going Out (circa 1895), from the series 'The Inner Palace of Chiyoda' - a triptych, oban, mounted in a single glazed frame, 24.75 by 40.75ins. (62.9 by 103.5cms.) (overall) (see illustration).

£120 - £180

A collection of Japanese woodblock prints - Ginko Adachi (fl.1874-97) - Picture of a Japanese Tea Ceremony (circa 1890) - a triptych, oban, mounted in a single glazed frame, 24.75 by 40.75ins. (62.9 by 103.5cms.) (overall) (see illustration).

£100 - £150

A collection of Japanese woodblock prints - Toyokuni III Utagawa (1786-1865) - Kabuki Actors playing the part of a Geisha (circa 1850) - a triptych, oban, mounted in a single glazed frame, 24.75 by 40.75ins. (62.9 by 103.5cms.) (overall) (see illustration).

£100 - £150


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