Auction catalogue: April 8th Interiors Sale, 10am
Estimate: £400 to £600
An 18ct yellow gold ruby and diamond line bracelet, set alternately with round cut rubies and round brilliant cut diamonds aeach set in an articulated link, hallmarked with a Sheffield import mark for 1997, length approx. 18.5cm, weight approx. 13.9g.
Estimate: £300 to £500
A late 19th / early 20th Century diamond five stone ring, set with five graduated old cut diamonds, set in yellow metal stamped 18, ring size …, weight approx. …
Estimate: £150 to £200
A gold plated gents Omega De Ville quartz wrist watch, the white dial having hourly Roman numeral markers with minute track border and date aperture to 3 o’clock, numbered ‘1332’ to reverse case, with Omega clasp, housed in an Omega box with guarantees.
Estimate: £600 to £800
An early 20th Century Art Nouveau silver photograph frame with later applied blue and green enamelled flower heads with blank cartouche to top, all on busy patterned ground, hallmarked Chester 1903 with makers marks for William Neale & Sons,height 30cm, width 24cm.
Estimate: £200 to £400
TONY SMITH. Framed, signed, oil on board, inscribed verso and on gallery label verso, ‘Earl Howe and Raymond Mays in the works E.R.A.s and Tenni in the Maserati, during the opening lap of the Coupe Ranier in 1936 […]’, motor racing scene, 23.5cm x 34cm.
TO BE SOLD WITHOUT AUCTION GUIDES
GEORGE HOLT (1924 – 2005). Framed, signed, dated ‘Dec. 1984’ and titled ‘Cloud Formation’ verso, Contemporary collage of paper laid on board, Abstract composition, inscribed on MidArt Annual Open Exhibition label verso, 63.5cm x 60cm.
Estimate: £500 to £800
Circle of WILLIAM SHAYER SENIOR (1787 -1879) Framed, oil on canvas, bears name and date 1856, figures gathered by fence in woodland clearing, 49cm x 59.5cm.
Estimate: £200 to £300
A 19th Century Japanese pottery vase of tapered swollen form, body decorated with painted birds in framed panels with repeat floral central band with a floral and shell decoration to neck and lower body on white and enamelled rust coloured grounds, bears blue six character Dai Nippon mark to base, height 30cm, width approx. 30cm. Restored.
Estimate: £800 to £1200
A Rene Lalique opalescent glass bowl in Ondines pattern depicting six nude nymphs, bears moulded R. Lalique signature within design, 21cm dia.
Estimate: £500 to £800
Two 1950’s Peter Hvidt and Orla Molgaard Neilsen for France and Daverkosen ‘Boomerang’ chairs having teak frames with metal tubular legs, height 78cm, both lacking cushions plus one having replaced springs.