Johannesburg Pre-Show Exhibitors Showcase 2019

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Antique 18ct Gold Ruby and Pearl Ring
Antique 18ct Gold Ruby and Pearl Ring
Art Deco Style Vintage Platinum Emerald and Diamond Ring
Art Deco Style Vintage Platinum Emerald and Diamond Ring

BURR & MUIR

Pâte-de-Verre ‘ROSETTES’ Lamp<br>(Also known as ‘ROSACES’)<br>Gabriel Argy Rousseau (1885 – 1953)<br>Circa 1928. A wrought-iron and pâte-de-verre<br>glass lamp, the shade with four<br>high-relief red roses with black centres,<br>against a purple and white ground.<br>Height:17.5 cm<br>Reference: Janine Bloch-Dermant,<br>Argy-Rousseau, Pâtes de
Verre,<br>Catalogue Raisonné, Les Editions de 
l'Amateur,<br>modèle reproduit page couleur 100,<br>et page 193 n°23.15.
Pâte-de-Verre ‘ROSETTES’ Lamp
(Also known as ‘ROSACES’)
Gabriel Argy Rousseau (1885 – 1953)
Circa 1928. A wrought-iron and pâte-de-verre
glass lamp, the shade with four
high-relief red roses with black centres,
against a purple and white ground.
Height:17.5 cm
Reference: Janine Bloch-Dermant,
Argy-Rousseau, Pâtes de Verre,
Catalogue Raisonné, Les Editions de l'Amateur,
modèle reproduit page couleur 100,
et page 193 n°23.15.
Rare Blow-out ‘Oranges’ Plaffonier<br>By Emile Gallé Circa 1900.<br>A magnificent double-overlaid, acid-etched<br>and carved mould-blown chandelier,<br>with orange/red oranges against an<br>amber and white ground, with dark leaves,<br> suspended on original bronze chains<br>with three mounts, and a ceiling rose. <br>The bronze metalwork is superb,<br>obviously designed by Gallé to echo<br>the design in the glass.<br>Diameter: 45 cms<br>Signatures: Cameo ‘Gallé’ on side of vessel.<br>Reference: (i) Victor Arwas, ‘Glass<br>Art Nouveau to Art Deco’, <br>Academy Editions, 1987, pgs. 106-153.<br>(ii) Alistair Duncan & Georges de Bartha,<br>, ‘Glass by Gallé’, Harry N Abrams Inc.,1984,<br>pictured pg.169.
Rare Blow-out ‘Oranges’ Plaffonier
By Emile Gallé Circa 1900.
A magnificent double-overlaid, acid-etched
and carved mould-blown chandelier,
with orange/red oranges against an
amber and white ground, with dark leaves,
suspended on original bronze chains
with three mounts, and a ceiling rose.
The bronze metalwork is superb,
obviously designed by Gallé to echo
the design in the glass.
Diameter: 45 cms
Signatures: Cameo ‘Gallé’ on side of vessel.
Reference: (i) Victor Arwas, ‘Glass
Art Nouveau to Art Deco’,
Academy Editions, 1987, pgs. 106-153.
(ii) Alistair Duncan & Georges de Bartha,
, ‘Glass by Gallé’, Harry N Abrams Inc.,1984,
pictured pg.169.
An Important Art Deco ‘Oriental’ Lamp<br>By Muller Frères Lunéville Circa 1925<br>A large double overlaid, acid-etched<br>and carved lamp, decorated in an oriental theme,<br>with figures, blossoming branches, birds,<br>and a lake in the background.   The relief<br>in in shades of red, and base colour yellow amber.<br>Height:  45.7 cms<br>Diameter of shade:  46 cms<br>Signatures: Cameo ‘Muller Frères Lunéville’<br>on base and shade.<br>Reference: (i) Victor Arwas, ‘Glass<br>Art Nouveau to Art Deco’,<br>Academy Editions, 1987, page 231 - 236.<br>(ii) Wolf Uecker, ‘Art Nouveau<br>and Art Deco Lamps and Candlesticks’,<br>Thames and Hudson, 1986, pages 
86 - 87.
An Important Art Deco ‘Oriental’ Lamp
By Muller Frères Lunéville Circa 1925
A large double overlaid, acid-etched
and carved lamp, decorated in an oriental theme,
with figures, blossoming branches, birds,
and a lake in the background. The relief
in in shades of red, and base colour yellow amber.
Height: 45.7 cms
Diameter of shade: 46 cms
Signatures: Cameo ‘Muller Frères Lunéville’
on base and shade.
Reference: (i) Victor Arwas, ‘Glass
Art Nouveau to Art Deco’,
Academy Editions, 1987, page 231 - 236.
(ii) Wolf Uecker, ‘Art Nouveau
and Art Deco Lamps and Candlesticks’,
Thames and Hudson, 1986, pages 86 - 87.
Blow-out Rhododendron Vase<br>By Emile Gallé Circa 1900<br>An overlaid, acid-etched and carved<br>blow-out (soufflé) vase, the decoration<br>in high relief, of red rhododendron<br>blossoms with foliage.The ground colour<br>is a rich yellow amber, the leaves<br>in dark shades, and the flowers in red.<br>Height:  26 cms<br>Signatures:  Cameo ‘Gallé’ on side of vessel.<br>Reference:  (i) Victor Arwas, ‘Glass<br>Art Nouveau to Art Deco’,<br>Academy Editions, 1987, pgs. 106-153.<br>(ii) Alastair Duncan & Georges de Bartha,<br>, ‘Glass by Galle’, Harry N Abrams<br>Inc Publishers New York,1084, pg 157, fig. 219.
Blow-out Rhododendron Vase
By Emile Gallé Circa 1900
An overlaid, acid-etched and carved
blow-out (soufflé) vase, the decoration
in high relief, of red rhododendron
blossoms with foliage.The ground colour
is a rich yellow amber, the leaves
in dark shades, and the flowers in red.
Height: 26 cms
Signatures: Cameo ‘Gallé’ on side of vessel.
Reference: (i) Victor Arwas, ‘Glass
Art Nouveau to Art Deco’,
Academy Editions, 1987, pgs. 106-153.
(ii) Alastair Duncan & Georges de Bartha,
, ‘Glass by Galle’, Harry N Abrams
Inc Publishers New York,1084, pg 157, fig. 219.
Blow-out ‘Plum’ Vase<br>By Emile Galle Circa 1900<br>An overlaid, acid-etched and carved mould<br>blown vase, the decoration in high relief,<br> of red plums with foliage.<br>The ground colour is a rich yellow amber,<br>the leaves in dark shades, and the plums in red.<br>Height:  39,5 cms<br>Signatures:  Cameo ‘Galle’ on side of vessel.<br>Reference:  Victor Arwas, ‘Glass Art Nouveau<br>to Art Deco’, 					Academy Editions, 1987,<br>pgs. 106-153.
Blow-out ‘Plum’ Vase
By Emile Galle Circa 1900
An overlaid, acid-etched and carved mould
blown vase, the decoration in high relief,
of red plums with foliage.
The ground colour is a rich yellow amber,
the leaves in dark shades, and the plums in red.
Height: 39,5 cms
Signatures: Cameo ‘Galle’ on side of vessel.
Reference: Victor Arwas, ‘Glass Art Nouveau
to Art Deco’, Academy Editions, 1987,
pgs. 106-153.
Rare ‘Magnolia’ Vase<br>By Emile Galle Circa 1900<br>A striking double overlaid, acid-etched<br>and carved cameo glass vase, <br>the decoration of vibrant red<br> Magnolia blossoms on a rich yellow-<br>amber ground, the shape a moonflask<br>(or pilgrim),i.e. a flattened ovoid<br>form in this case with a flaring lip.<br>Height:  31,5 cm<br>Signatures:  Cameo ‘Galle’ on side<br>of vase.<br>Reference:(i) Victor Arwas, ‘Glass<br>Art Nouveau to Art Deco’,<br>Academy Editions, 1987, pgs. 106-153.<br>(ii) Alastair Duncan & <br>Georges de Bartha,<br> ‘Glass by Galle’, Harry N Abrams<br>Inc Publishers New York,1984,<br>pg. 175, fig 258.
Rare ‘Magnolia’ Vase
By Emile Galle Circa 1900
A striking double overlaid, acid-etched
and carved cameo glass vase,
the decoration of vibrant red
Magnolia blossoms on a rich yellow-
amber ground, the shape a moonflask
(or pilgrim),i.e. a flattened ovoid
form in this case with a flaring lip.
Height: 31,5 cm
Signatures: Cameo ‘Galle’ on side
of vase.
Reference:(i) Victor Arwas, ‘Glass
Art Nouveau to Art Deco’,
Academy Editions, 1987, pgs. 106-153.
(ii) Alastair Duncan &
Georges de Bartha,
‘Glass by Galle’, Harry N Abrams
Inc Publishers New York,1984,
pg. 175, fig 258.
Red ‘Roses Grimpantes’ Vase<br>By Emile Gallé Circa 1900<br>A monumental double overlaid,<br>acid-etched and carved vase,<br>with bright red Roses Grimpantes<br>(also known as Climbing Roses),<br>the flowerheads in red, the stems<br>and leaves in dark shades,<br>on an amber ground.<br>Height:  59.5 cms<br>Signatures:  Cameo ‘Gallé’ on side of vase<br>Reference:  Victor Arwas, ‘Glass<br>Art Nouveau to Art Deco’, <br>Academy Editions, 1987, pgs. 106-153.
Red ‘Roses Grimpantes’ Vase
By Emile Gallé Circa 1900
A monumental double overlaid,
acid-etched and carved vase,
with bright red Roses Grimpantes
(also known as Climbing Roses),
the flowerheads in red, the stems
and leaves in dark shades,
on an amber ground.
Height: 59.5 cms
Signatures: Cameo ‘Gallé’ on side of vase
Reference: Victor Arwas, ‘Glass
Art Nouveau to Art Deco’,
Academy Editions, 1987, pgs. 106-153.
Rare Red Courges<br>By Rene Lalique First executed in 1914<br>An extremely rare early ruby-red vase<br>of flattened spherical shape and small aperture,<br>the design of gourd-shaped fruits<br>attached to plant tendrils.<br>Height:  18.5 cms<br>Signatures:  Multiple moulded signatures<br>on the base<br>Reference: (i) Felix Marcilhac,<br>e Lalique – Catalogue Raisonne<br>Des Oeuvres de Verre, Paris,<br>1989, p. 417, No. 900<br>(ii) Patricia Bayer & Mark Waller,<br>The Art of Rene Lalique, 1988<br>mentioned pages 39, 130, 132.
Rare Red Courges
By Rene Lalique First executed in 1914
An extremely rare early ruby-red vase
of flattened spherical shape and small aperture,
the design of gourd-shaped fruits
attached to plant tendrils.
Height: 18.5 cms
Signatures: Multiple moulded signatures
on the base
Reference: (i) Felix Marcilhac,
e Lalique – Catalogue Raisonne
Des Oeuvres de Verre, Paris,
1989, p. 417, No. 900
(ii) Patricia Bayer & Mark Waller,
The Art of Rene Lalique, 1988
mentioned pages 39, 130, 132.
Red Perruches<br>By Rene Lalique First executed in 1919<br>A rare rich ruby red vase of spherical shape,<br>with a wide foot and small aperture,<br>the design of pairs of lovebirds<br>sitting amongst flowering branches.<br>The slight remains of a white<br>patina is in the recesses,<br>accentuating the design.<br>Height:  26 cms<br>Signatures:  Engraved script ‘R Lalique’ on base<br>Reference: (i) Felix Marcilhac,<br>Rene Lalique – Catalogue Raisonne<br>Des Oeuvres de Verre, Paris,<br>1989, p. 410, 876.<br>(ii) Patricia Bayer & Mark Waller,<br>The Art of Rene Lalique, 1988<br>p. 149 #272.
Red Perruches
By Rene Lalique First executed in 1919
A rare rich ruby red vase of spherical shape,
with a wide foot and small aperture,
the design of pairs of lovebirds
sitting amongst flowering branches.
The slight remains of a white
patina is in the recesses,
accentuating the design.
Height: 26 cms
Signatures: Engraved script ‘R Lalique’ on base
Reference: (i) Felix Marcilhac,
Rene Lalique – Catalogue Raisonne
Des Oeuvres de Verre, Paris,
1989, p. 410, 876.
(ii) Patricia Bayer & Mark Waller,
The Art of Rene Lalique, 1988
p. 149 #272.
Emerald Green  Sauterelles<br>By Rene Lalique First executed in 1913<br>A large green glass vase, of spherical shape,<br>with a wide aperture, the body decorated<br>with grasshoppers perched on long stalks<br>of grass.<br>Height:  28 cms<br>Signatures:  Engraved script ‘R Lalique<br>France’ on edge of base<br>Reference: (i) Felix Marcilhac,<br>Rene Lalique – Catalogue Raisonne Des Oeuvres<br>de Verre, Paris, 1989, p. 414, No. 888.<br>  (ii) Patricia Bayer & Mark Waller,<br>The Art of Rene Lalique, 1988, p. 34.
Emerald Green Sauterelles
By Rene Lalique First executed in 1913
A large green glass vase, of spherical shape,
with a wide aperture, the body decorated
with grasshoppers perched on long stalks
of grass.
Height: 28 cms
Signatures: Engraved script ‘R Lalique
France’ on edge of base
Reference: (i) Felix Marcilhac,
Rene Lalique – Catalogue Raisonne Des Oeuvres
de Verre, Paris, 1989, p. 414, No. 888.
(ii) Patricia Bayer & Mark Waller,
The Art of Rene Lalique, 1988, p. 34.
Red Amber Tortues<br>By Rene Lalique First executed in 1926<br>An extremely rare large rich red amber glass<br>vase,of bulbous shape, with a<br>repeated design of the backs of tortoises,<br>the recesses in matt glass with<br>a white patina.<br>Height: 27 cms<br>Signatures:  Moulded R Lalique<br>and engraved script France on base<br>Reference: (i) Felix Marcilhac,<br>Rene Lalique – Catalogue Raisonne<br>Des Oeuvres de Verre, Paris, 1989,<br>. 432, No. 966.<br>(ii) Patricia Bayer & Mark Waller,<br>The Art of Rene Lalique, 1988,<br>p. 30, frame 32.
Red Amber Tortues
By Rene Lalique First executed in 1926
An extremely rare large rich red amber glass
vase,of bulbous shape, with a
repeated design of the backs of tortoises,
the recesses in matt glass with
a white patina.
Height: 27 cms
Signatures: Moulded R Lalique
and engraved script France on base
Reference: (i) Felix Marcilhac,
Rene Lalique – Catalogue Raisonne
Des Oeuvres de Verre, Paris, 1989,
. 432, No. 966.
(ii) Patricia Bayer & Mark Waller,
The Art of Rene Lalique, 1988,
p. 30, frame 32.
‘Charleston Dancer’<br>Also known as ‘Rhythmic Dancer’<br>By Gerdago Circa 1925<br>A rare bronze and ivory figure of a dancer, <br>wearing an extremely decorative slack suit.<br>Her hands and face are ivory, and she<br>stands on a green onyx base.<br>Height: 27.5 cms<br>Signatures: Unsigned<br>Reference: (i) Victor Arwas, Art Deco <br>Sculpture Chryselephantine Statuettes<br>of the Twenties and Thirties, <br>Academy Editions, 1975,<br> pictured page 8 frame V.<br>(ii) Alberto Shayo, Statuettes of the<br>Art Deco Period, ACC Art Books, 2016, <br>pictured page 99,<br>called Rhythmic Dancer.
‘Charleston Dancer’
Also known as ‘Rhythmic Dancer’
By Gerdago Circa 1925
A rare bronze and ivory figure of a dancer,
wearing an extremely decorative slack suit.
Her hands and face are ivory, and she
stands on a green onyx base.
Height: 27.5 cms
Signatures: Unsigned
Reference: (i) Victor Arwas, Art Deco
Sculpture Chryselephantine Statuettes
of the Twenties and Thirties,
Academy Editions, 1975,
pictured page 8 frame V.
(ii) Alberto Shayo, Statuettes of the
Art Deco Period, ACC Art Books, 2016,
pictured page 99,
called Rhythmic Dancer.
‘Spring Awakening’<br> (also known as ‘INVOCATION’)<br>By Ferdinand Preiss (1882-1943) Circa 1920<br>A bronze and ivory female bare-breasted<br>dancer wearing a gold coloured tunic, with<br>a cloak draped over her arms, hanging in<br>deep folds to the ground.  She is wearing<br>a pair of low-healed shoes, and stands on<br>a rough bronze circular base, which tops an<br>eight-sided portoro marble base. Her hands,<br>torso, head and legs are in ivory.<br>The cloak is patinated in a pale<br>blue over a silver ground.<br>Height: 35.6 cms<br>Signatures:  Engraved ‘F Preiss’ <br>on the bronze base.<br>Reference: (i) Bryan Catley, Art Deco<br>and Other Figures, Antique Collectors’ Club,<br>London, 1978, pictured p. 252.<br>(ii) Alberto Shayo, Ferdinand Preiss,<br>Art Deco Sculptor, The fire <br>and the flame, Antique Collectors’ Club, 2005<br>pictured p. 179. <br>(iii) Victor Arwas, Art Deco<br>Sculpture, London, 1992,<br>pictured p. 184 and 185.
‘Spring Awakening’
(also known as ‘INVOCATION’)
By Ferdinand Preiss (1882-1943) Circa 1920
A bronze and ivory female bare-breasted
dancer wearing a gold coloured tunic, with
a cloak draped over her arms, hanging in
deep folds to the ground. She is wearing
a pair of low-healed shoes, and stands on
a rough bronze circular base, which tops an
eight-sided portoro marble base. Her hands,
torso, head and legs are in ivory.
The cloak is patinated in a pale
blue over a silver ground.
Height: 35.6 cms
Signatures: Engraved ‘F Preiss’
on the bronze base.
Reference: (i) Bryan Catley, Art Deco
and Other Figures, Antique Collectors’ Club,
London, 1978, pictured p. 252.
(ii) Alberto Shayo, Ferdinand Preiss,
Art Deco Sculptor, The fire
and the flame, Antique Collectors’ Club, 2005
pictured p. 179.
(iii) Victor Arwas, Art Deco
Sculpture, London, 1992,
pictured p. 184 and 185.
Bronze & ivory figure ‘Sonny Boy’<br>By Ferdinand Preiss Circa 1920<br>A bronze and ivory figure of a young boy, <br>obviously in his school uniform, carrying<br>a book under his left arm.<br>His shorts are in gold, his shirt in a pale green, <br>and his tie is blue. He is standing on<br>a brown onyx base.<br>Height:   21 cms <br>Signatures:  Engraved ‘F Preiss’ on the base<br>References: (i) Bryan Catley, Art Deco <br>and Other Figures, Antique Collectors’ Club, <br>London, 1978, p. 267.<br>(ii) Victor Arwas, Art Deco <br>Sculpture, London, 1992, p. 174.<br>(iii) Alberto Shayo, Ferdinand Preiss, <br>Art Deco Sculptor, The Fire and<br>the Flame ,  Antique Collectors’ Club Ltd,<br>2005, pictured pg. 130.
Bronze & ivory figure ‘Sonny Boy’
By Ferdinand Preiss Circa 1920
A bronze and ivory figure of a young boy,
obviously in his school uniform, carrying
a book under his left arm.
His shorts are in gold, his shirt in a pale green,
and his tie is blue. He is standing on
a brown onyx base.
Height: 21 cms
Signatures: Engraved ‘F Preiss’ on the base
References: (i) Bryan Catley, Art Deco
and Other Figures, Antique Collectors’ Club,
London, 1978, p. 267.
(ii) Victor Arwas, Art Deco
Sculpture, London, 1992, p. 174.
(iii) Alberto Shayo, Ferdinand Preiss,
Art Deco Sculptor, The Fire and
the Flame , Antique Collectors’ Club Ltd,
2005, pictured pg. 130.
‘Torch Dancer’<br>By Ferdinand Preiss (1882-1943) Circa 1920<br>A bronze and ivory young female dancer<br>holding aloft a flame in each hand, balancing <br>on one leg, clad only in pantaloons, and <br>arched backwards, on a green onyx base.<br>Height: 43 cms <br>Signatures: Engraved ‘F Preiss’ in <br>the maquette<br>Reference (i) Bryan Catley, Art Deco <br>and Other Figures, Antique Collectors’ Club, <br>London, 1978, p. 281.<br>(ii) Alberto Shayo, Ferdinand Preiss, <br>Art Deco Sculptor, The fire and the flame, <br>Antique Collectors’ Club, 2005,<br>back cover and p. 165<br>(iii) Victor Arwas, Art Deco Sculpture, <br>London, 1992, p. 166.
‘Torch Dancer’
By Ferdinand Preiss (1882-1943) Circa 1920
A bronze and ivory young female dancer
holding aloft a flame in each hand, balancing
on one leg, clad only in pantaloons, and
arched backwards, on a green onyx base.
Height: 43 cms
Signatures: Engraved ‘F Preiss’ in
the maquette
Reference (i) Bryan Catley, Art Deco
and Other Figures, Antique Collectors’ Club,
London, 1978, p. 281.
(ii) Alberto Shayo, Ferdinand Preiss,
Art Deco Sculptor, The fire and the flame,
Antique Collectors’ Club, 2005,
back cover and p. 165
(iii) Victor Arwas, Art Deco Sculpture,
London, 1992, p. 166.
Bronze & Ivory Friends Forever (Les Amis Toujours)<br>By Demetre Chiparus Circa 1920<br>A gilded, cold painted bronze and ivory figure, modelled as a standing<br>female figure dressed in a richly decorated medieval costume,<br>the deep red long-sleeved bodice encrusted with jewels,<br>her gilded skirt hanging in folds.  She is flanked by her two borzois,<br>on a rectangular brown onyx base. <br>Height:  64 cms<br>Signatures:  Engraved ‘D H Chiparus’ on the onyx base<br>Reference: (i) Alberto Shayo, ‘Chiparus, Master of Art Deco’,<br>, New York, 1999, pg. 81, pl. 13.<br>(ii) Bryan Catley, ‘Art Deco and other Figures, <br>Chancery
House, 1981, pictured pg. 73.<br>  (iii) Victor Arwas, ‘Art Deco Sculpture’, <br>Academy Editions, 1992, pictured pg. 66.
Bronze & Ivory Friends Forever (Les Amis Toujours)
By Demetre Chiparus Circa 1920
A gilded, cold painted bronze and ivory figure, modelled as a standing
female figure dressed in a richly decorated medieval costume,
the deep red long-sleeved bodice encrusted with jewels,
her gilded skirt hanging in folds. She is flanked by her two borzois,
on a rectangular brown onyx base.
Height: 64 cms
Signatures: Engraved ‘D H Chiparus’ on the onyx base
Reference: (i) Alberto Shayo, ‘Chiparus, Master of Art Deco’,
, New York, 1999, pg. 81, pl. 13.
(ii) Bryan Catley, ‘Art Deco and other Figures,
Chancery House, 1981, pictured pg. 73.
(iii) Victor Arwas, ‘Art Deco Sculpture’,
Academy Editions, 1992, pictured pg. 66.

PASCOE CERAMICS

Finches-26: Finches Moorcroft Vase<br>Height: 26.5"<br>Intro Date: 1991
Finches-26: Finches Moorcroft Vase
Height: 26.5"
Intro Date: 1991
Shenlong Dragon: Shenlong Dragon Flambe<br>Designed by Alan Maslankowski<br>Part of the Burslem Artwares Collection<br>Height:15"<br>Intro Date: 2002 Ltd Ed. of 250
Shenlong Dragon: Shenlong Dragon Flambe
Designed by Alan Maslankowski
Part of the Burslem Artwares Collection
Height:15"
Intro Date: 2002 Ltd Ed. of 250
Jester L: Jester Large<br>Jester Character Jug from the Connoisseur<br> Collection World-wide limited edition<br>of 250 Hand-made and hand-decorated<br>in Stoke-on-Trent, England<br>Height:6.75"<br>Intro Date: 2014
Jester L: Jester Large
Jester Character Jug from the Connoisseur
Collection World-wide limited edition
of 250 Hand-made and hand-decorated
in Stoke-on-Trent, England
Height:6.75"
Intro Date: 2014
Caravan-65-16: Caravan Moorcroft Vase<br>Rachel Bishop is a true disciple of the<br>rts & Crafts designer William Morris<br>and this stunning prestige vase was inspired by<br>one of his tapestry designs from 1885 featuring<br>a woodpecker in the branches of a fruit tree.<br>It tells the legend of King Picus.<br>Height:16"<br>Intro Date: 2003
Caravan-65-16: Caravan Moorcroft Vase
Rachel Bishop is a true disciple of the
rts & Crafts designer William Morris
and this stunning prestige vase was inspired by
one of his tapestry designs from 1885 featuring
a woodpecker in the branches of a fruit tree.
It tells the legend of King Picus.
Height:16"
Intro Date: 2003
Bulldog-Briti-2: British Bull Dog<br>Height:5"
Bulldog-Briti-2: British Bull Dog
Height:5"
Royal Wedding-HN5929:<br>Royal Wedding Harry and Meghan<br>Height:7"<br>Intro Date: 2019
Royal Wedding-HN5929:
Royal Wedding Harry and Meghan
Height:7"
Intro Date: 2019

RIAAN BOLT ANTIQUES

An important Cape Yellowwood, Stinkwood<br>and Bone Inlaid. Jonkmanskas,<br>maker Frans Snygans, Oudtshoorn, 1835.<br>This is arguably the most important Jonkmanskas<br>to come on the market in recent years.<br>Apart from being finely inlaid, it also retains<br>a 19th century document - written in Dutch -<br>giving invaluable information about the maker,<br>place and date of manufacture as well as the<br>original owner. It further states that the unusual<br>bone centers of the stars on the doors<br>are in fact teeth from<br>Johanna Swanepoel's best front ox!
An important Cape Yellowwood, Stinkwood
and Bone Inlaid. Jonkmanskas,
maker Frans Snygans, Oudtshoorn, 1835.
This is arguably the most important Jonkmanskas
to come on the market in recent years.
Apart from being finely inlaid, it also retains
a 19th century document - written in Dutch -
giving invaluable information about the maker,
place and date of manufacture as well as the
original owner. It further states that the unusual
bone centers of the stars on the doors
are in fact teeth from
Johanna Swanepoel's best front ox!
Christo Coetzee (SA 1929 - 2000)<br>
"Untitled"<br>
mixed media on canvas 80 x 40cm<br>signed and dated Paris 2/2/59 verso<br>
Provenance: Galleria del Naviglio, Milan,<br>exhibited in 1961
Christo Coetzee (SA 1929 - 2000)
"Untitled"
mixed media on canvas 80 x 40cm
signed and dated Paris 2/2/59 verso
Provenance: Galleria del Naviglio, Milan,
exhibited in 1961
A large Ceramic Studio Blue-Green<br>Aladin-style 3 Handled Floor Pot, 1930s (h: 60cm)<br>
Provenance: Joan Methley, the co-founder<br>of the Ceramic Studio and the<br>manager of Linnware
A large Ceramic Studio Blue-Green
Aladin-style 3 Handled Floor Pot, 1930s (h: 60cm)
Provenance: Joan Methley, the co-founder
of the Ceramic Studio and the
manager of Linnware
hand woven and dyed karakul wool
Rorke’s Drift (ELC Art and Craft Centre) “Zulu Kraal” hand woven and dyed karakul wool
Rorke’s Drift label stamped, numbered 128 and dated 80
140 x 225cm
Provenance: Private Collection, Canada, acquired directly from the Centre in 1980.

RANDCOIN

1902 South African coin
1902 South African coin
1902 South African coin close up
1902 South African coin close up
Een Pond coin
Een Pond coin
Een Pond coin close up
Een Pond coin close up

SBOROS JEWELLERS

9ct gold and 15ct gold antique fob chains.
9ct gold and 15ct gold antique fob chains.
 A vintage 9ct gold cameo brooch.
A vintage 9ct gold cameo brooch.
9ct gold modern belcher bracelet<br>with fine detail to lock.
9ct gold modern belcher bracelet
with fine detail to lock.
A selection of tantalizing Tanzanite jewellery.
A selection of tantalizing Tanzanite jewellery.
A selection of antique garnet jewellery.
A selection of antique garnet jewellery.

THE OLD CORKSCREW

Rare South African Sterling Silver<br> Presentation trowel inscribed ‘Presented<br>to His Excellency The Hon: Sir Walter Francis<br>Hely Hutchinson KCMG on his laying the<br>foundation Stone of New Colonial Offices<br>Pietermaritzburg Mar 1897’
Rare South African Sterling Silver
Presentation trowel inscribed ‘Presented
to His Excellency The Hon: Sir Walter Francis
Hely Hutchinson KCMG on his laying the
foundation Stone of New Colonial Offices
Pietermaritzburg Mar 1897’
Rare Boer War Gold mounted pendant<br>made from a piece of artillery shell fired<br>into Kimberley by “Long Tom” during the siege<br>Inscribed: ‘PART OF FIRST 100 POUND<br>BOER SHELL FIRED INTO KIMBERLEY’ <br>on one side and ‘KIMBERLEY BESIEGED<br> 4TH NOVEMBER 1899 RELIEVED BY GEN. <br>FRENCH 15 FEBRUARY 1900’
Rare Boer War Gold mounted pendant
made from a piece of artillery shell fired
into Kimberley by “Long Tom” during the siege
Inscribed: ‘PART OF FIRST 100 POUND
BOER SHELL FIRED INTO KIMBERLEY’
on one side and ‘KIMBERLEY BESIEGED
4TH NOVEMBER 1899 RELIEVED BY GEN.
FRENCH 15 FEBRUARY 1900’
An important Africana presentation tray<br>to Mrs W. P Schreiner from the<br>Coloured woman  of South Africa.<br>The English oak tray with silver plated<br>mounts and presentation inscription inscribed:<br>Presented to Mrs W. P. Schreiner by<br>the Coloured woman of South Africa<br>on the occasion of the Public recognition<br>of the services rendered to the<br>Coloured people, by her husband in<br>connection with the S.A. Union Act<br>Oct 1909.
An important Africana presentation tray
to Mrs W. P Schreiner from the
Coloured woman of South Africa.
The English oak tray with silver plated
mounts and presentation inscription inscribed:
Presented to Mrs W. P. Schreiner by
the Coloured woman of South Africa
on the occasion of the Public recognition
of the services rendered to the
Coloured people, by her husband in
connection with the S.A. Union Act
Oct 1909.
Pair of William IV silver salvers marked for London 1837<br>by Paul Storr with engraved arms for<br>the Campbell family.
Pair of William IV silver salvers marked for London 1837
by Paul Storr with engraved arms for
the Campbell family.
An important William IV silver caster<br>marked for London 1836 by Paul Storr<br>for Robert Henry Herbert, 12th Earl<br>of Pembroke and 9th Earl of Montgomery<br>(1791-1862). It is also marked with the<br>French control Mark for Imports,<br>in use from 10 May 1838- 30 May 1864.
An important William IV silver caster
marked for London 1836 by Paul Storr
for Robert Henry Herbert, 12th Earl
of Pembroke and 9th Earl of Montgomery
(1791-1862). It is also marked with the
French control Mark for Imports,
in use from 10 May 1838- 30 May 1864.
Pair of Victorian silver chamber candlesticks<br>marked for London 1838 by Paul Storr.<br>They are also later marked with the French<br>control mark for Imports, in use<br>from 1 July 1864- 30 June 1893. The base<br>marked with a pattern number-120
Pair of Victorian silver chamber candlesticks
marked for London 1838 by Paul Storr.
They are also later marked with the French
control mark for Imports, in use
from 1 July 1864- 30 June 1893. The base
marked with a pattern number-120
Pair of Russian ‘84’ silver and enamel<br>serviette rings marked for Moscow,<br>circa 1880 by Gustav Klingert (1865-1916).
Pair of Russian ‘84’ silver and enamel
serviette rings marked for Moscow,
circa 1880 by Gustav Klingert (1865-1916).
Magnificent Victorian silver and<br>cut glass Claret Jug marked for<br>London 1894 by Charles Edwards.
Magnificent Victorian silver and
cut glass Claret Jug marked for
London 1894 by Charles Edwards.
Russian ‘88’ (higher standard) silver and<br>enamel purse marked for Moscow<br>circa 1885 by Ivan Saltikov (1884-1897).
Russian ‘88’ (higher standard) silver and
enamel purse marked for Moscow
circa 1885 by Ivan Saltikov (1884-1897).

PAYS DES REVES LIFESTYLE

François Linke (1855 - 1946) Louis XV style<br> gilt bronze mounted Kingwood vitrine mounts<br>designed by Léon Messagé with lock plates by <br>Ch. Leidenroth Paris. Circa 1890.
François Linke (1855 - 1946) Louis XV style
gilt bronze mounted Kingwood vitrine mounts
designed by Léon Messagé with lock plates by
Ch. Leidenroth Paris. Circa 1890.

JEREMY STEPHEN ANTIQUES

Pair of Danish rosewood sideboards,<br>designed by Paul Hundevad, c.1960s.
Pair of Danish rosewood sideboards,
designed by Paul Hundevad, c.1960s.
Pair of blue, and a pair of red Heart Cone chairs, <br>designed by Verner Panton, Denmark in 1958.
Pair of blue, and a pair of red Heart Cone chairs,
designed by Verner Panton, Denmark in 1958.
First edition Artichoke ceiling light. Designed by <br>Poul Henningsen in 1958, for Louis poulsen Lighting, Denmark.
First edition Artichoke ceiling light. Designed by
Poul Henningsen in 1958, for Louis poulsen Lighting, Denmark.
Extremely rare Fontana Arte ceiling light, Milan, Italy. <br>Designed by Max Ingrand 1959.
Extremely rare Fontana Arte ceiling light, Milan, Italy.
Designed by Max Ingrand 1959.
Dirk Meerkotter oil on canvas, Silhouette 4, 1968. <br>Exhibited "Transvaal Academy”.
Dirk Meerkotter oil on canvas, Silhouette 4, 1968.
Exhibited "Transvaal Academy”.
Trevor Coleman oil on canvas, Diamond, 1968. <br> Exhibited SMAC gallery 2014, illustrated in book <br>“Trevor Coleman Abstraction 1960-1977".
Trevor Coleman oil on canvas, Diamond, 1968.
Exhibited SMAC gallery 2014, illustrated in book
“Trevor Coleman Abstraction 1960-1977".

TYRONE SARKIS ANTIQUES & FINE JEWELLERY

18kt white gold diamond necklace.<br>Gross weight: 19 grams <br>Diamonds: 7.71cts in total<br>Diamond quality: Colour= G; Clarity= VVS-VS)<br>Dimensions: 48cm - length of the necklace.
18kt white gold diamond necklace.
Gross weight: 19 grams
Diamonds: 7.71cts in total
Diamond quality: Colour= G; Clarity= VVS-VS)
Dimensions: 48cm - length of the necklace.
18kt white gold amethyst ring set<br>with a large checkerboard-cut amethyst. <br>Gross weight: 18,4 grams<br>Amethyst: 42.38cts.
18kt white gold amethyst ring set
with a large checkerboard-cut amethyst.
Gross weight: 18,4 grams
Amethyst: 42.38cts.
14kt white gold ring set with a pear-shaped<br>aquamarine and 34 round brilliant diamonds.<br>Gross weight: 4,6 grams <br>Aquamarine: 2.80cts<br>Diamonds: 0.54cts .
14kt white gold ring set with a pear-shaped
aquamarine and 34 round brilliant diamonds.
Gross weight: 4,6 grams
Aquamarine: 2.80cts
Diamonds: 0.54cts .
18kt yellow gold catch bangle set <br>with 6 rubies and 3 diamonds. Circa 1950.<br>Gross weight: 11,2 grams <br>Rubies: 0.90cts in total <br>Diamonds: 0.36cts in total .
18kt yellow gold catch bangle set
with 6 rubies and 3 diamonds. Circa 1950.
Gross weight: 11,2 grams
Rubies: 0.90cts in total
Diamonds: 0.36cts in total .
A set of six silver Arts & Crafts enamelled spoons, five of which <br>were designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Company <br>and one of which was made by William Hair Haseler. All were made<br>in Birmingham and ranges from 1900 to 1904 in date.
A set of six silver Arts & Crafts enamelled spoons, five of which
were designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Company
and one of which was made by William Hair Haseler. All were made
in Birmingham and ranges from 1900 to 1904 in date.
A large silver tray by Harrison Brothers & George Howson. Sheffield 1904. <br>Weight: 2500 grams .
A large silver tray by Harrison Brothers & George Howson. Sheffield 1904.
Weight: 2500 grams .
A silver tea, coffee, and sugar trio made by Harrison Brothers<br>& George Howson. Sheffield 1897.
A silver tea, coffee, and sugar trio made by Harrison Brothers
& George Howson. Sheffield 1897.
One George II silver salver by specialist salver maker <br>Robert Abercromby. London 1743. <br>Weight: 1410 grams.
One George II silver salver by specialist salver maker
Robert Abercromby. London 1743.
Weight: 1410 grams.

MOONSTRUCK EXPERIENCE

A stunning collection of shop display perfume bottles on show<br>at the elite SAADA antique fair.
A stunning collection of shop display perfume bottles on show
at the elite SAADA antique fair.
Showcasing at the SAADA antique fair, a wonderful eclectic mix<br>of vintage designer bags "Gucci", "Christian Dior" & a selection<br>of limited edition "Lalique" perfume bottles.
Showcasing at the SAADA antique fair, a wonderful eclectic mix
of vintage designer bags "Gucci", "Christian Dior" & a selection
of limited edition "Lalique" perfume bottles.

WARREN SIEBRITS

John Muafangejo (1943 – 1987) <br>Ford 250 Custom <br>linocut 31/100 (only 60 printed)<br>26 x 33 cm<br>(1973)
John Muafangejo (1943 – 1987)
Ford 250 Custom
linocut 31/100 (only 60 printed)
26 x 33 cm
(1973)
John Muafangejo (1943 – 1987) <br>Flight SA 251 1978 to WindHoek<br>linocut 3/100 (only 13 printed)<br>31 x 31 cm<br>(1978)
John Muafangejo (1943 – 1987)
Flight SA 251 1978 to WindHoek
linocut 3/100 (only 13 printed)
31 x 31 cm
(1978)
John Muafangejo (1943 – 1987) <br>Etosha Pan Wild Life<br>linocut 5/150 (184 printed)<br>44 x 70 cm<br>(1982)
John Muafangejo (1943 – 1987)
Etosha Pan Wild Life
linocut 5/150 (184 printed)
44 x 70 cm
(1982)
John Muafangejo (1943 – 1987) <br>A Women is Cooking Food <br>linocut 33/150 (only 112 printed)<br>40 x 32 cm<br>(1983)
John Muafangejo (1943 – 1987)
A Women is Cooking Food
linocut 33/150 (only 112 printed)
40 x 32 cm
(1983)

COWBOYS & ANGELS ANTIQUES

Georgian Silver Tureen London 1808.<br>Maker: William Fontain.<br>Weight 3770 grams.
Georgian Silver Tureen London 1808.
Maker: William Fontain.
Weight 3770 grams.
French Classical Bronze Sculpture<br>of a Girl with a Lizard<br>by Stephen (Siegfried) Makepiece<br>(1871-1950).
French Classical Bronze Sculpture
of a Girl with a Lizard
by Stephen (Siegfried) Makepiece
(1871-1950).
Japanese Bronze Planter depicting Elephants<br>being attacked by Tigers Meiji<br>Period (1886-1912).
Japanese Bronze Planter depicting Elephants
being attacked by Tigers Meiji
Period (1886-1912).

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