Fine Glass and British Ceramics

Bonhams London
London, Knightsbridge Montpelier Street Knightsbridge London SW7 1HH Tel: +44 20 7393 3900 Fax : +44 20 7393 3905 [email protected]

Date of the auction: 05.06.2019

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Two Bohemian glass ranftbechers, circa 1840 and 1900

One in clear glass engraved with individual figures of the three 'Fates', with a fluted base and floral border, 11.7cm high, the other with a solid gold ground and an enamelled panel painted with view of the Franzensburg in Laxenburg, 10.9cm high (2

Lot #: 58

Estimate: £500 - £800

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A good pair of Bohemian amber stained goblets and covers, circa 1850-60

The rounded funnel bowls cut with broad flutes and engraved all around with stags in forest settings, one with two stags rutting, the other with running deer and a stag leaping a fallen tree, the knopped stems also cut with broad flutes, the pagoda-shaped covers and octagonal spreading bases all

Lot #: 59

Estimate: £5,000 - £7,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A large Bohemian ruby stained goblet and cover, circa 1840-60

With a campana shaped bowl finely engraved all around with two stags and a doe within a continuous forest landscape with mature trees and a stream, the pagoda-like cover with a petal-cut rim and octagonal panels engraved with vines, the baluster stem also cut with broad flutes and raised on an

Lot #: 60

Estimate: £3,000 - £5,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A magnificent Bohemian amber stained goblet and cover, circa 1850-60

The tapering bowl finely-engraved with two large stags and two does running together through a dense woodland with a stream, the pagoda-like cover also engraved all around with a hound pursuing a fox, the octagonal finial, baluster stem and spreading foot all engraved with borders of C-scrolls, the

Lot #: 61

Estimate: £4,000 - £6,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Bohemian ruby glass goblet and cover, circa 1840-60

The cup shaped bowl reserved with a rectangular panel engraved with a resting stag and two running deer within a forest vignette, the broad fluted ground engraved with fruiting vines and with a single large viewing lens on the reverse, the pagoda-like cover with a scalloped rim and further engraved

Lot #: 62

Estimate: £2,500 - £3,500

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A remarkable Bohemian amber-stained punch set, mid 19th century

Each part engraved through the deep amber flashing to reveal the clear glass beneath, the punchbowl constructed in three sections, the globular bowl engraved with rutting stags and a further stag on the reverse, the flared neck section forming a container for fruit engraved with a stag pursued by

Lot #: 63

Estimate: £7,000 - £10,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Bohemian overlay ewer and pair of matching goblets, circa 1850

With a pale ruby ground elaborately gilded with foliate scrollwork, overlaid in white with oval panels painted in colours with portraits of young ladies alternating with panels of flowers, the neck of the ewer and the lower bodies with bands of stiff leaves in white overlay with further gilding, the

Lot #: 64

Estimate: £2,500 - £3,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A good Thomas Webb & Sons 'ivory cameo' glass vase, circa 1885

Of double gourd bottle shape, the pale caramel-coloured glass etched in shallow relief on the surface with a wide band of folate scrollwork incorporating two dragon heads, between formal borders, the cameo work heightened in brown enamel, 28.5cm high, etched mark THOS: WEBB & SONS

Lot #: 66

Estimate: £2,500 - £3,500

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Clichy concentric millefiori piedouche paperweight, circa 1850

The assorted brightly coloured canes including a row of turquoise-blue canes, arranged somewhat unevenly within a basket of alternating turquoise-blue and white staves, above a clear glass 'cookie' foot, 7.3cm diam, 6.7cm high

Lot #: 69*

Estimate: £400 - £600

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A St. Louis signed concentric mushroom paperweight, dated 1848

With rows of composite and stardust canes in pink, white, green, blue and yellow, the outer row of white tubular canes including the signature cane 'SL 1848', within a blue-and-white torsade, star-cut base, 7.7cm diam, 5.4cm high

Lot #: 70*

Estimate: £1,400 - £1,800

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Baccarat garlanded butterfly paperweight, circa 1850

The insect with mosaic and marbled wings, a purple thorax and darker head and antennae, within a garland of alternate green and white canes, star-cut base, 8cm diam, 5.5cm high

Lot #: 73*

Estimate: £400 - £600

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Baccarat white double-clematis and butterfly paperweight, circa 1850

The insect with a kaleidoscope of colour on its wings, hovering over a well-formed flower with two rows of ribbed, pure white petals around a stardust centre, five leaves behind, the stem with two further opposing leaves, star-cut base, 6.2cm diam, 3.9cm high

Lot #: 74*

Estimate: £500 - £700

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A rare St. Louis faceted white camomile paperweight, circa 1850

The flower with multiple frilly white petals, the stalk with four serrated leaves and a single white bud, set on a red and white spiral latticinio ground, cut with a top window and six side printies, 7.8cm diam, 5.3cm high

Lot #: 75*

Estimate: £500 - £700

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Baccarat strawberries paperweight, circa 1850

With two ripe red fruit and one unripe green fruit, all with tiny black seeds, three clusters of leaves flanking a single green stalk, star-cut base, 7.9cm diam, 5.2cm high

Lot #: 76*

Estimate: £400 - £600

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Baccarat Thousand-petalled rose paperweight, circa 1850

The dark-red flower surrounded by five leaves, the curved stalk with two further leaves, star-cut base, 5.9cm diam, 4.2cm high

Lot #: 77*

Estimate: £500 - £700

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A very rare Clichy purple gentian spray paperweight, circa 1850

The flat bouquet comprising six identical flowers each with purple pointed petals around a pink-and-white stardust centre, arranged in a spray with dark green leaves and a twisted stem, 6.9cm diam, 4.8cm high

Lot #: 78*

Estimate: £1,800 - £2,500

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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Two St. Louis flower paperweights, circa 1850

Comprising a white camomile paperweight, the fluffy white flower with many recessed petals about a yellow centre, with a surprisingly small bud and two green leaves showing behind, the stalk with two further leaves, set on a filigree cushion of pink double-spiral threads, 7cm diam, 4.5cm high

Lot #: 79*

Estimate: £700 - £1,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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Two Clichy spaced millefiori 'chequer' paperweights, circa 1850

One inset with nineteen assorted brightly coloured canes including two pink-and-green rose canes, divided by short latticinio tubes above a bed of horizontal latticinio cables, 8cm diam, 5cm high, the other with thirty various canes arranged in circles, divided by short lengths of latticinio threads

Lot #: 80*

Estimate: £400 - £600

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Baccarat blue carpet-ground paperweight, dated 1848

The spaced arrangement of nineteen brightly coloured canes including Gridel silhouettes of a goat, a dog, a butterfly, a deer, a cockerel and a bird, set into a carpet ground of blue cane clusters with white centres, signed with the distinctive cane 'B 1848', 7.1cm diam, 5.1cm high

Lot #: 81*

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A very rare and highly-characteristic Baccarat 'Three Ducks in a Pond...

The clear glass with a hollow centre containing three lampwork ducks, their feathers striped in different colours, swimming on a clear glass pond encircled by translucent green moss speckled in white, cut with a large top window and six side printies, the underside of the applied base star-cut

Lot #: 82*

Estimate: £5,000 - £7,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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Three St. Louis flower paperweights, circa 1850

Each on filigree cushions, comprising a double clematis with pink-and-white striped petals and three leaves, 7.6cm diam, 6cm high, a red pelargonium, 6.6cm diam, 4.4cm high, and a blue double-clematis, the stalk with two opposing leaves, 6cm diam, 4.4cm high (3

Lot #: 83*

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Baccarat close-packed mushroom paperweight and a St. Louis faceted...

The former with a central tuft tightly packed with composite canes, the base encircled by a blue and white spiral torsade surmounted by a mercurial band, star-cut base, 8cm diam, 5.9cm high, the St. Louis weight with a nosegay of pink, white and blue flowers, tiny cane flowers and serrated leaves

Lot #: 84*

Estimate: £700 - £1,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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Two London delftware drug jars, circa 1680-85

Of ovoid shape, painted in dark blue with labels inscribed, 'C.ANTHOS' and 'U:LAURI.FLAN.', surmounted by angels' heads with outstretched wings, 17.8cm and 18.2cm high (2

Lot #: 97

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A pair of Staffordshire lead-glazed earthenware wall pockets, circa 1765

The flat backs pierced with two holes for suspension, the fronts moulded with a Green Man mask, his grinning mouth with teeth visible, a garland of ivy leaves in his hair and a dolphin head above him, a scrolled border below the shaped rim, 19.7cm long (2

Lot #: 98

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Dutch-decorated Staffordshire saltglaze tea canister and cover, circa 1765

Of large size and rectangular section with canted corners, both sides painted with a fanciful Chinese landscape, a man crossing a bridge to an island where another man stands framed within a window, the sides with scrollwork and flowering plants, 16.9 and 17.3cm high (2

Lot #: 99

Estimate: £1,200 - £1,500

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A rare lead-glazed creamware tea canister and cover, circa 1770

Of large size and rectangular section, moulded to the front and back in high relief with a portrait of Flora, the sides with the fable of 'The Fox and the Stork', the sloping shoulders with crowns and baskets of flowers, the details picked out in green, ochre and brown, 17.2cm high (2

Lot #: 100

Estimate: £1,200 - £1,500

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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An interesting English pearlware jug, dated 1798

Of barrel shape with a broad strap handle, the sides finely turned with four hoops, naively painted on both sides with a performing bear wearing a chain collar, inscribed in brown under the spout 'AB 1798', 18.8cm high

Lot #: 101

Estimate: £500 - £700

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A good Prattware mug, dated 1796

Of attractive small size and tapering form with a finely turned foot, another turned band around the middle, inscribed in blue 'James and Mary Simpson 1796' within a foliate border, the broad strap handle flanked by long-tailed birds and flowers, formal borders around the foot and below the rim

Lot #: 102

Estimate: £500 - £700

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Spode 'Indian Sporting' part service, circa 1810-20

Printed in blue, comprising a large tree dish and a large platter with 'Dooreahs leading out dogs', a slightly smaller platter with 'Driving a bear out of sugar canes', two other platters of 'Hunting a buffalo' and 'Hunting a civet', three square vegetable tureens and covers of 'Hog-hunters meeting

Lot #: 103

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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Five interesting country pottery models of lions, 19th century

Comprising a pair of brown saltglaze stoneware flatback lions incised to the reverse 'Amey Lock, Coombe Flory, 1840', 14.7cm wide, another stoneware flatback lion, 17.8cm wide, an earthenware lion with its coat picked out in yellow slip, 13.7cm wide, and a lion marbled in brown and cream slips

Lot #: 104

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 5 Jun 2019