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Auction Preview: HOME & INTERIORS at Bonhams, Edinburgh, Nov 15

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Auction Preview: HOME & INTERIORS at Bonhams, Edinburgh, Nov 15

Auction Preview: HOME & INTERIORS at Bonhams, Edinburgh, Nov 15

What: HOME & INTERIORS

Where: Bonhams, 22 Queen St, Edinburgh EH2 1JX, UK

When: 15 November, 10.00Am GMT

Public Viewing: November 14, 10:00am – 04:00pm, November 15, 09:00am – 10:00pm

Top lots of the sale:

– Julius Heinrich Hähnel (German, 1823-1909) – A Wild Boar, 1880. Signed ‘J. Haehnel, fc. 1880’, and ‘gegossen Lauchnamer’ (Cast in Lauchnamer), bronze with dark brown patina on a cast naturalistic base 59cmcm wide, 23cm deep, 75.5cm high (23in wide, 9in deep, 29 1/2in high). Estimate: £ 5,000 – £ 7,000 (US$ 6,558.00 – US$ 9,181.20)

– Attributed to Andrea Locatelli (Rome 1693-circa 1741) – Figures by a classical ruin. Oil on canvas, 41 x 30cm (16 1/8 x 11 13/16in). Estimate: £ 5,000 – £ 7,000 (US$ 6,558.00 – US$ 9,181.20)

– A George II mahogany and parcel gilt bookcase. 102cm wide, 39cm deep, 240cm high (40in wide, 15in deep, 94in high). Estimate: £ 3,000 – £ 5,000 (US$ 3,934.80 – US$ 6,558.00).

– A seven piece 19th century Louis XV style salon suite. Comprising a settee and six armchairs, each upholstered Ensuite with foliate fabric, the sofa 137cm wide, 70cm deep, 98cm high (53 1/2in wide, 27 1/2in deep, 38 1/2in high). Estimate: £ 3,000 – £ 5,000 (US$ 3,934.80 – US$ 6,558.00).

– An early George III swing-handled silver bread basket – by Edward Aldridge, London 1762. Of oval form on raised foot, the body pierced with scrolling foliate, star and quatrefoil decoration, with shaped gadrooned rim and centred by a coat of arms for the Revd. John Fullerton (ob.1800), length 39.5cm, weight 39.4oz. Estimate: £ 2,000 – £ 3,000 (US$ 2,623.20 – US$ 3,934.80)

– A large Ships model of the Russian ship Admiral Oushavov Built mid-20th century. With wooden hull and pencil inscribed planked deck, and rotatable turrets, 163cm wide, 48cm deep, 100cm high. Estimate: £ 2,000 – £ 3,000 (US$ 2,623.20 – US$ 3,934.80)

– Attributed to Epstein, An Art Deco sycamore dining suite. Comprising dining table, sideboard and six chairs, the table, 193cm wide, 100cm deep, 80cm high (75 1/2in wide, 39in deep, 31in high). Estimate: £ 2,000 – £ 3,000 (US$ 2,623.20 – US$ 3,934.80)

– A pair of late 19th century boulle and gilt metal mounted cabinets. Each with a glazed cupboard door enclosing a shelf, raised on a shaped plinth, 183cm wide, 38cm deep, 115cm high (72in wide, 14 1/2in deep, 45in high). Estimate: £ 2,000 – £ 3,000 (US$ 2,623.20 – US$ 3,934.80)

– A set of four Meissen figure groups allegorical of the seasons from Mid-19th century. Modelled as ‘Spring’, ‘Summer’, ‘Autumn’ and ‘Winter’, 16cm-18cm high, blue crossed swords, inscribed 2502, 2490, 2499, 2495. Estimate: £ 2,000 – £ 3,000 (US$ 2,623.20 – US$ 3,934.80)

– A 19th century satinwood side table. The rectangular top with foliate moulding decorated with floral borders above three frieze drawers raised on acanthus moulded green painted turned legs, 168cm wide, 61cm deep, 80.5cm high (66in wide, 24in deep, 31 1/2in high). Estimate: £ 2,000 – £ 3,000 (US$ 2,623.20 – US$ 3,934.80)

– A composite canteen of Victorian silver flatware, the majority by George Adams, London 1841. Of King’s pattern, to include twelve dinner forks, fifteen dessert forks, fourteen dessert spoons, seven tablespoons, sauce ladle, fish slice etc. and 20th century knives. (Weighable silver 150oz not including silver handled steel bladed knives). Estimate: £ 2,000 – £ 3,000 (US$ 2,623.20 – US$ 3,934.80)

– A large Meissen figure group from late-19th century. Modelled as three figures gambling at a games table, a woman with a baby pleading alongside, and a debt collector, 27cm high, blue crossed swords, impressed 582 S. Estimate: £ 1,800 – £ 2,200 (US$ 2,360.88 – US$ 2,885.52)

– A 19th Century French porcelain and gilt metal mounted burr-walnut bureau. With central mirrored recess, flanked by cupboards with Sevrés style panels depicting courtly ladies, above frieze drawers the central drawer enclosing a blue leather writing surface, with a shaped rectangular under tier raised on turned feet. 123cm wide, 55cm deep, 150cm high (48in wide, 21 1/2in deep, 59in high). Estimate: £ 1,500 – £ 2,500 (US$ 1,967.40 – US$ 3,279.00)

– William Shayer, Sr. (British, 1787-1879) – Bringing in the catch. Signed, oil on canvas, 40 x 60cm (15 3/4 x 23 5/8in). Estimate: £ 1,500 – £ 2,000 (US$ 1,967.40 – US$ 2,623.25)

– A good Royal Worcester vase by Harry Davis – Dated 1909. Signed Harry Davis, the reverse with a landscape vignette, 28.2cm high, puce marks, and shape number 1410. Estimate: £ 1,500 – £ 1,800 (US$ 1,967.40 – US$ 2,360.88)

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