Sale: LJUNE19

Jun 25 2019 9:30 - Lewes North Street

Gorringe's Fine Art and Antique Sale

  • Viewing on:
    Friday 21st June 9am to 5pm
    Saturday 22nd June 9am to 1pm
    Sunday 23rd June 10am to 1pm
    Monday 24th June 9am to 5pm
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Lot 275

A Japanese gilt lacquered ivory model of a picnic set (Sage Jubako), Meiji period, H. 7cm, W. 8.3cm

Estimate: £400  - 600

Sold for £420

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Lot 276

A Korean silver inlaid iron box, 19th century, L. 14cm

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £950

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Lot 277

A good Japanese Shibayama inro with ivory manju netsuke and ojime, Meiji period, inro 8.1cm x 6.7cm

Estimate: £3000  - 5000

Sold for £3,000

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Lot 278

A Chinese wucai baluster jar, Transitional period, 17th century, height 28cm excl. carved hongmu stand and cover

Estimate: £800  - 1200

Sold for £7,000

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Lot 279

A Chinese blue and white beaker landscape vase, gu, Kangxi period, H. 30.5cm, lean to one side

Estimate: £150  - 200

Sold for £440

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Lot 280

Two similar Chinese enamelled biscuit figures of parrots, Kangxi period, H. 21cm and 21.5cm

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £600

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Lot 281

A Chinese green glazed bowl, Chenghua mark but later, D. 18.2cm

Estimate: £500  - 700

Sold for £1,300

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Lot 282

A Chinese wucai vase baluster jar, 17th century, H. 20.5cm

Estimate: £600  - 800

Sold for £2,000

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Lot 283

A Chinese blue and white cylindrical vase, Kangxi period, H. 26cm, drilled hole to side of the base

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £700

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Lot 284

A Chinese wucai dragon jar, Qing dynasty, H. 16.5cm, repair to rim

Estimate: £300  - 500

Unsold

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Lot 285

A garniture of three Chinese famille rose eighteen luohan vases, Qianlong period, 14.3cm - 18.5cm, some damage

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £600

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Lot 286

A Chinese blue and white ovoid jar, Kangxi period or later, H. 19.5cm

Estimate: £1500  - 2000

Unsold

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Lot 287

A Chinese sancai ridge tile modelled as the seated figure of Guandi, Ming dynasty, H. 30cm

Estimate: £150  - 200

Sold for £420

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Lot 288

A Chinese blue and white bowl, Yongzheng six character mark and of the period (1723-35), D. 17.5cm, fritting to the rim

Estimate: £2000  - 3000

Unsold

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Lot 289

A Chinese Ming Longquan celadon tripod censer, 16th century, D. 27cm, hairline cracks

Estimate: £500  - 800

Unsold

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Lot 290

A fine pair of Chinese lemon yellow saucer dishes, Yongzheng mark and possibly of the period, D. 10.8cm, one with section broken, secon

Estimate: £500  - 800

Sold for £25,000

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Lot 291

A large Chinese Ming blue and white lotus bowl, late 15th / early 16th century, width 36cm

Estimate: £300  - 500

Unsold

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Lot 292

A Chinese blue and white bottle vase, Kangxi period, height 22cm

Estimate: £400  - 600

Unsold

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Lot 293

A Chinese yellow and green enamelled dragon bowl, Qianlong seal mark and of the period (1736-95) D. 15.5cm, faults

Estimate: £400  - 600

Sold for £4,800

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Lot 294

A large Chinese blue and white vase and cover, Kangxi period, H. 42cm, shallow chips to cover

Estimate: £1000  - 1500

Sold for £1,000

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Lot 295

A Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi period, D. 36cm, cracked

Estimate: £600  - 800

Unsold

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Lot 296

A Chinese robins egg glazed vase, probably Yongzheng/Qianlong period, H. 27.5cm

Estimate: £2000  - 3000

Unsold

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Lot 297

A Chinese blue and white bowl, Daoguang six character seal mark and of the period (1821-50), diameter 12.3cm

Estimate: £500  - 800

Sold for £1,300

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Lot 298

A pair of Chinese famille rose vases, 19th century, H. 45cm, one with section of rim lacking

Estimate: £300  - 400

Sold for £700

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Lot 299

A Chinese famille rose ovoid vase, Qing dynasty, H. 15cm, drilled hole to side of base

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £180

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