Sale: LJUNE18

Jun 26 2018 9:30 - Lewes North Street

Summer Fine Sale

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Lot 101

Pierre Etienne Daniel Campagne (1851-1914). A bronze figure of Phryné Devant ses Juges, 13.5in.

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £550

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Lot 102

Pierre Lenordez (1814-1892). A bronze group of a mare and foal, 17.5in. height 11in.

Estimate: £800  - 1200

Sold for £750

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Lot 103

Emile Louis Picault (1833-1915). A late 19th century French bronze figure entitled Pax et Labor, 18.5in.

Estimate: £800  - 1200

Sold for £800

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Lot 104

A 19th century French bronze urn, height 17in.

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £280

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Lot 105

§ Tom Merrifield (1933-). Two bronze busts of Rudolph Nureyev and Margot Fonteyn, height 6.25in and 5.5in.

Estimate: £500  - 700

Sold for £550

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Lot 106

Tom Merrifield (1933-). A bronze model of a nude crouched upon a rock, Faune in Minature 1987 height 6.5in.

Estimate: £250  - 350

Unsold

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Lot 107

M. Font. An Art Deco bronzed model of a panther, 18.75in.

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £260

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Lot 108

A 1930s French bronze figure of a hunter holding a spear, width 20in.

Estimate: £400  - 600

Unsold

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Lot 109

Jean de Roncourt. A bronzed metal figure of a fallen warrior, width 18.5in.

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £300

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Lot 110

An early 20th century green patinated bronze mask of a laughing satyr, 12.5in.

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £260

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Lot 111

An early 20th century French bronze group of a fox and cockerel, width 27in.

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £300

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Lot 112

Alexander Falguiere. A bronze group of a nude woman standing beside a peacock, 29.5in.

Estimate: £2000  - 3000

Unsold

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Lot 113

§ Sally Arnup (1930-2015). A bronze head of a racehorse, height 9.25in.

Estimate: £600  - 800

Sold for £550

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Lot 114

Thomas Cartier. A bronze figure of a roaring lion, width 24in. height 17in.

Estimate: £400  - 600

Sold for £650

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Lot 115

An L. N. Fowler pottery phrenology head, late 19th century, height 30.5cm

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £300

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Lot 116

A large Minton Triton majolica jug, date code for 1876, height 36.5cm

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £190

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Lot 117

A rare Worcester tankard or mug, c.1780, 16cm high

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £650

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Lot 118

A Bow porcelain figure of a lady seller, c.1765, height 14.6c,

Estimate: £300  - 400

Sold for £300

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Lot 119

A pair of Chelsea gold anchor period candlesticks, c.1760, height 17.5cm and 17.7cm, one nozzle restored

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £750

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Lot 120

An enamelled saltglazed stoneware teapot, c.1780 and a novelty pearlware stirrup cup, c.1800, height 13.8cm, some restorations

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £900

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Lot 121

A pair of Bow porcelain figures of Harlequin and Columbine, c.1770, height 18.5cm and 19cm

Estimate: £600  - 800

Sold for £1,500

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Lot 122

A Lowestoft blue and white cylindrical mug, c.1770, height 12cm

Estimate: £300  - 400

Sold for £550

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Lot 123

A Worcester The Dragon pattern blue and white mug, c.1760-5, height 11.8cm

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £1,400

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Lot 124

A Worcester Rock Strata Island pattern blue and white mug, and a plantation print pattern blue and white mug

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £480

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Lot 125

A Bohemian ruby and white overlaid glass pedestal dish, mid 19th century, height 22.5cm

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £400

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