Sale: LMAR20

Mar 10 2020 10:00 - Lewes North Street

Gorringe's Spring Fine Sale

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Lot 101

An Austro-Hungarian enamelled topographical glass beaker, ranftbecher, in the manner of Anton Kothgasser, c.1820-30, H.11.2cm

Estimate: £600  - 800

Sold for £550

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Lot 102

Two Bohemian glass beakers, ranftbechers, c.1840 and 1900, H.11.7cm and 10.9cm (2)

Estimate: £250  - 350

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Lot 103

A French blue and white swirl glass ewer, possibly Clichy, mid 19th century, H.29.5cm

Estimate: £1000  - 1500

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Lot 104

A Wedgwood bone china topographical seventeen piece dessert service, c.1880,

Estimate: £400  - 600

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Lot 105

A good Royal Worcester vase, painted with storks by William Powell, c.1905, H.18.7cm

Estimate: £400  - 600

Sold for £550

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Lot 105A

Harry Stinton for Royal Worcester, a Highland cattle vase, shape 302, date code for 1915, H. 17cm

Estimate: £400  - 600

Sold for £500

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Lot 106

A good Royal Worcester small vase painted with a goldfinch by Ernest Barker, c.1911, H.20cm

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £320

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Lot 107

A good Derby trout stirrup cup, 19th century, H.13cm

Estimate: £400  - 600

Sold for £550

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Lot 108

An impressive Meissen porcelain figural centrepiece bowl, late 19th century, total H.55.5cm, typical small losses

Estimate: £1400  - 1600

Sold for £1,200

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Lot 109

A pair of Meissen groups, late 19th century, H.26.5cm and 25cm, some losses

Estimate: £500  - 700

Sold for £850

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Lot 110

A pair of Meissen figural candlesticks, late 19th century, H.12cm

Estimate: £500  - 700

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Lot 111

A French Kakiemon style porcelain soup plate, 18th or 19th century, D.22cm

Estimate: £150  - 250

Sold for £240

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Lot 112

A Russian Gardner porcelain figure of a man holding a staff, mid 19th century, H.21.4cm, loss to left hand and replacement staff

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £6,500

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Lot 113

A Stourbridge Japonaise glass vase, probably Jules Barbe for Thomas Webb, H.21.5cm

Estimate: £1000  - 1500

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Lot 114

A pair of Ernst Wahliss Art Nouveau busts of ladies, c.1905, H.36.5cm

Estimate: £300  - 400

Sold for £380

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Lot 115

A pair of tall Royal Dux Art Nouveau two handled vases, early 20th century, H.47.5cm

Estimate: £200  - 300

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Lot 116

A Martin Brothers mug, late 19th century, H.12cm

Estimate: £150  - 250

Sold for £180

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Lot 117

A William Moorcroft Pansy jardiniere, c.1915, H. 18.5cm

Estimate: £300  - 500

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Lot 118

A Rene Lalique Perruches blue-stained opalescent glass bowl, c.1931, model 419, D. 24.5cm

Estimate: £1500  - 2000

Sold for £1,900

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Lot 119

An R. Lalique Marguerites no. 251 mantel timepiece, H.14.5cm

Estimate: £300  - 400

Sold for £460

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Lot 120

An Orivit Art Nouveau pewter-mounted flambe bottle vase, c.1900, 28cm

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £190

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Lot 121

Mark V. Marshall for Doulton Lambeth, an Art Union of London jug, c.1895, H.26.5cm

Estimate: £150  - 250

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Lot 122

A good Doulton & Rixs patent Marqueterie ware teapot, c.1887, H. 12.5cm

Estimate: £800  - 1200

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Lot 123

A Doulton Lambeth faience hexagonal baluster vase, c.1885, attributed to Mary Denley, 31cm

Estimate: £150  - 200

Sold for £260

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Lot 124

A Doulton Lambeth faience baluster vase, c. 1895, by Katharine B Smallfield, 28.3cm

Estimate: £150  - 200

Sold for £380

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