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A lovely large Oil on Canvas of Madonna & Child in an Italian gilt wood frame. Possibly Italian – mid 19th Century.
Canvas measures: 34 inches high x 27 inches wide
with Frame measures: 42 inches high x 6 inches wide
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William Marshall Brown RSA (1863-1936) watercolour on paper .
Titled “Wild Roses” the scene is of two children – an older sister with baby sister in a pull cart – the older girl is picking roses.
Signed lower left – Marshall Brown.
The quality is exceptional.
William Marshall Brown painted this exact scene in Oil and was sold at Bonhams in 2002 for over $40,000 U.S. The title of that was “Among Wild Roses”.
Painting measures: 11.25 x 14
with frame measures: 19.5 x 22
Born in Edinburgh, Marshall Brown studied at the city’s Royal Institute and the RSA’s Life School. He also spent time in London and painted in the Netherlands and France but became recognised for his figurative work in Scottish landscape settings. Although he ranged widely across Scotland he, like the ‘Glasgow Boys’, found Cockburnspath a useful base and kept a studio there from which he executed some of his best work. Many of his works are large, exhibiting broad and rapid brushwork and a bright palette. A favourite composition might be executed several times with slight variations.
A gilt wood mirror in the Chinese Chippendale style.
Dates circa 1930’s
This is an exceptional pair of 18th century French portraits in pastel. Beautiful facial features. Soft coloured background. Original gilt wood and plaster frames.
Each portrait including frame measures: 37 inches high x 27 inches wide.
France, circa 1780
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A lovely richly painted Dutch Oil painting on canvas. Bold bright colours in this Still Life which is signed – “Van Duzer”.
Dates Early 20th century.
Beautiful carved gilt wood frame.
A German Successionist and impressionist painter – George Mosson (b.1851-d.1933) – in a large Still Life oil on canvas.
Beautiful thick pallet in bright Pinks, Yellows and White make up the colours of the flowers. The painting is framed in a carved gilt wood frame.
Signed on bottom Left – George Mosson. Dated 1928 on bottom right.
Canvas Measures: 26 inches high x 32 inches wide
With Frame measures: 36 inches high x 42 inches wide.
Mosson was born in 1851 in Aix-en-Provence in the South of France. At the age of 14 he came to Berlin in 1865 and completed his school education here. He began his studies at the Berlin academy with Carl Steffeck and Hermann Freese, after which he went to the Weimar art school. From 1884, Mosson exhibited in Berlin. In 1892, George Mosson was co-founder of the “Association of the XI” and in 1898 founding member of the Berlin Secession, which had joined in protest against the German academy art. After the split of the Secession in 1913, he went to the Freie Sezession together with Max Liebermann, Max Slevogt and others, and was a member of the Deutscher Künstlerbundes . On September 3, 1933, Mosson died in Berlin.
An exquisite early Aynsley china dinner set for 12 in a rich cobalt blue border overlaid with gold design over a white centre.
Pattern number #A4605.
This pattern has been discontinued for many years, but the borders shows up on later Aynsley patterns.
China is heavier than the later Aynsley china patterns. The saucers of the two handled cream soups are deep and without the traditional saucer rim.
Set consists of:
12 Dinner Plates
12 Salad Plates
12 Bread & Butter plates
12 Fruit Nappies
12 Tea Cups & 10 Saucers
12 Cream Soups & Under-plates
Beautiful condition with no gold wear.
This Art Nouveau silver plated decorative dish depicts a nude woman partially draped with a cloth while leaning over a vessel pouring water, in her hand she holds a bullrush. There are three children – one child is holding a net that is over the woman legs, another child sits upon a fish while holding a shell up, the third child points upward. The shell shape really is free form and flowing and reminds me of the rolling ocean surf. A star/sun burst and a porpoise/dolphin also adorn the shell.
This is truly a remarkable piece of art.
Signed: but signature is rubbed so I can’t make it out – possibly M. Eichardt
Measures: 14 inches long x 6 1/2 inches wide x 2 inches high.
An English sterling silver 3 piece tea set – includes Teapot, Creamer and Sugar.
Sterling – dates for 1915 – London.
An English hallmarked sterling pedestal bowl as trophy for Horse competition. Hallmarks for London dated 1895
A nice little European silver marked .830 snuff box. The lid of the box has a carved scenic ivory panel of two people in a landscape inset into the top of the box.
The silver is hand chased.
Probably Dutch – Dates circa 1880-1900.
French Champleve Table Lamp with Onyx
This elegant lamp from France is decorated in the Champleve enamelling technique in which the base has been carved, filled with enamel, heated, fused and polished showing the non-enamelled metal surface framing the colourful enamel. It has a floral motif over a light blue background with a pattern of flowers, leaves and scrolls. Green onyx, a metal base and a decorative finial enhance the lamp. It comes with a rectangular shade in a neutral colour.
Measures: 14 3/4 inches tall
A handsome French Louis Philippe cabinet / bookcase with adjustable shelves. 2 doors with glass fronts and bronze trim throughout.
France circa 1870
Measures: 70 inches high x 36 inches wide x 13.5 inches deep.
A beautiful Georgian period berry set – which has 4 berry spoons and a sugar dusting ladle – all with heavy repousse work in the bowls of the spoons which are also heavily gilded to protect from the acid of the berries. The set is boxed.
4 spoons are dated 1775 while the sugar ladle is dated 1808.
All the pieces are in the same pattern.