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BANCROFT ANTIQUES


Mid-Century Norwegian Sterling Silver & Enamel Clip-on Earrings by Einar Modahl

Mid-Century 9ct Gold & Carved Chalcedony Ring.

Platinum & Fancy Yellow Diamond Ring.

Mid-Century Italian “Le-Gi” 18ct Gold & Ruby Ring.

Mid-Century 18ct White Gold, Blue Spinel, Pearl & Diamond Dress Ring.

Late 20th Century 18ct Gold Ruby & Diamond Dress Ring.

Early Twentieth Century Platinum & Diamond Ring.

20th Century Crafted 22ct Gold & Rose-cut Diamond Ring.

18ct Gold Designer Ring by Marchand van Tonder.

Early Twentieth Century 9ct Gold & Shell Cameo Pendant.

Mid-Century Danish Silver Wreath Brooch by John L Lauritzen.

Sterling Silver & Agate Necklace by Margaret Richardson.

Edwardian 9ct Gold, Amethyst & Pearl Bracelet.

Mid-Century 9ct Gold, Garnet & Pearl Bracelet.

William Moorcroft Florian Ware Butter Dish, with Integrated James Dixon and Sons Silver Plated Stand and Lid, c.1900.

George IV Sterling Silver Coffee Pot, Sheffield 1824 maker John and Thomas Settle; and similar Three-piece Tea Service, London 1825 maker Hyam Hyams, with the same family crest.


BILLYMOON AND AGATHA’S ANTIQUES

Peat Bucket – Brass bound circa 1780.

East Indian 19th century deed box.

Georgian Mahogany Cellaret.


Walter Paget – 19th century hand painted tile.


BURR & MUIR

‘Alicante’ by Rene Lalique. A very rare, double cased green (jade) ovoid glass vase, the design comprising of six parrot heads around the body of the vase, with branches in the background. First executed in 1927.

‘Calypso’, Source de la Fontaine by Rene Lalique. First executed in 1924.

‘Girl Tennis Player’ By Ferdinand Preiss Circa 1925.

Palestre
‘Palestre’ by Rene Lalique. A large clear glass vase of baluster shape with satin finish and a dark grey patina, circa 1928.

Surtout Oiseau De Feu
‘Surtout Oiseau De Feu’ by Rene Lalique. First executed in 1922 this exquisite 43 cm high table lamp is of an exotic Firebird, with a human head and torso attached to a feathered bird’s body.

Archers
‘Archers’ by Rene Lalique. This rare electric blue glass ‘Archers’ vase was first executed in 1928 and features a design of male nude archers aiming their bows at eagles flying overhead.


COWBOYS & ANGELS ANTIQUES

Distressed wooden Edwardian carousel horse on stand.

An early 20th Century six panel Chinese lacquer floor screen depicting Chinese nobility in a court setting.


JEREMY STEPHEN ANTIQUES

Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso, Quatre Danseurs (Four dancers), 1956.

Trevor Coleman

Trevor Coleman, Swirl 1977.

Alessandro Pianon

Alessandro Pianon, Pulcini orange bird, 1962.

Dylan Lewis

Dylan Lewis, cheetah head, 2006.

Walter Battiss

Walter Battiss, Pool Party 1974.


PASCOE CERAMICS

MOIRA-1347

Royal Doulton Moria HN1347 Figurine- Designed By L. Harradine. 16.5 cm. Introduced in 1929- 1938. This figure is an adaptation of Royal Doulton’s Irish Colleen HN766, with the addition of a dog.

ROSAMUND-1320

Royal Doulton Rosamund HN1320 Figurine – Designed by L. Harradine. Height 18.5 cm. Introduced 1929 -1937.

MASQUERADE-636

Royal Doulton Masquerade HN636 Figurine – Designed by L. Harradine. Height 17cm. Introduced 1924-1936.

FAIRY-1533

Royal Doulton Fairy HN1533 Figurine – Designed by L. Harradine. Height 8cm. Introduced 1932-1938.


RIAAN BOLT ANTIQUES

Trek through the Namib Desert

Wilhelm Kuhnert (German 1865 – 1926) oil on canvas titled “Trek through the Namib Desert”. It dates from 1897 and measures 50,5 x 101 cm.

Still Life with Fish, Fruit and Knife

Christo Coetzee (SA 1929 – 2000)- “Still Life with Fish, Fruit and Knife”- A signed oil on canvas/board dating circa 1953, it measures 37 x 45cm.

Cape Stinkwood and Ebony Armoire dating from the late 18th century.


TAKE IT FOR GRANTED

    

   

Take It For Granted – Lynn Grant the Grande Dame of the South African interior.


THE OLD CORKSCREW

Pair of Paul Storr salvers 1837

Pair of magnificent silver salvers by Paul Storr marked for London 1837.

Paul Storr silver caster 1836

An important William IV silver caster by Paul Storr marked for London 1836 for Robert Henry Herbert, 12th Earl of Pembroke and 9th Earl of Montgomery (1791-1862).

Paul Storr Chafing dish London 1827

A Magnificent George IV silver Chafing dish with removable liner by Paul Storr marked for London 1827 in the rococo revival style.

Victorian silver “Skyphos” cup marked for London 1899 by Edward Barnard & Sons inspired by ancient Roman cups excavated at Pompei in 1835.

Russian ‘84’ silver gilt and shaded enamel vesta case marked for Moscow 1899 -1908.


MOONSTRUCK EXPERIENCE

Moonstruck Experience     Moonstruck Experience

Moonstruck Experience

Moonstruck Experience run by Vivien Hilton – a unique look that you can own.


TYRONE SARKIS ANTIQUES AND FINE JEWELLERY

18kt gold Retro sapphire and diamond bracelet – Circa 1940.

Art Deco platinum and diamond dress pin – Circa 1930.

Arts and Crafts silver vase by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, 1909.

Silver tray by David Whyte and William Holmes, London, 1763.

Art Deco 18kt gold diamond dress ring – Circa 1930.


THE WHITE HOUSE GALLERY

Henry Moore

Henry Moore – From Mother & Child Portfolio, 1983. From an edition of 65 plus proofs, signed and numbered by the artist.

Bruce McLean

Bruce McLean – Shades of Grey, Cerulean Blue, 2017. Hand pulled silkscreen & collages elements on paper. Paper: 114 x 97 cm. From an edition of74, plus proofs.

Richard Scott

Richard Scott – From The My Girl Series. 9 artworks with Impasto paint on 10 x 10 cm canvas, framed together, signed by the artist.

David Hockney

David Hockney – Lilies, 2009. iPhone drawing printed on paper, Edition of 25, 94 x 64.8 cm.

Jim Dine
Jim Dine – Red Light, 2010. Etching with hand-coloring Hahnemuhle, 88.9 x 69.85 cm / 96.52 x 73.66 cm. Printers proof.


 

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