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Increased interest in American art and crafts made it a popular choice for architects and interior designers.In 1902 Rookwood added architectural faience wares to its range.Almost every piece designed by these artists sold for hundreds of dollars, and today they are regarded as highly collectible.The Rookwood airbrush, called the mouth atomizer, was developed by Rookwood to apply glazes in an innovative way.Your expertise and efficiency were appreciated and there is no wonder solicitors ......View More Ticking this box will allow the auctioneer to exceed the maximum bid by 1 increment* to secure the lot on your behalf, this will apply when a bid of the same maximum value is placed by more than 1 party.In 1889 Rookwood surprised the ceramics community when it was awarded a Gold medal at the Exposition Universelle in Paris.The award changed the way the international ceramics community viewed American ceramic art.
Pradier, the break front case inset with Neoclassical female figural panels, white dial signed 'Mayer a Paris', twin train movement stamped 'no.1835' striking the half hours on a bell, H54cm Louis XVI Rococo style gilt metal mounted cartouche shaped walnut clock, gilt dial with Roman numerals, twin train movement striking the hours on a bell, the tapering pedestal with shaped apron & bracket feet, H162cm (2) Late 19th century cast gilt metal and ormolu Cartel clock, white convex dial with Arabic numerals, with ribbon tied cornucopia, vine and mask cast case, variously stamped RF, RL, ME, 6361, 5654 etc, H81cm 19th century mahogany cased wall clock, white convex Roman dial with brass bezel, single fusee movement, rear of dial with pencil inscriptions dating repairs including 'Cleaned & Bushed 4/5/50, Chas E Smith, Waddesdon', D37cm Early 19th century boxwood strung rosewood cased Beidermier Vienna wall clock, white enamel Roman dial, singe train month duration movement with brass pendulum and weight, ebonised columns and finials, H117cm Early 19th century mahogany wheel barometer, swan-neck pediment with brass urn finial, case with silvered hygrometer, thermometer, barometer and spirit level dials, signed J Croce, York, H98cm, case inscribed ' Sold 10 April 1847, J Croce, York' 'Repaired Dec 24 1850, J Croce & Repaired Sep 1 1859 J Croce' Provenance: Purchased 2009 Alan Walker Barometers Estimate : £300 - £500 Miniature Victorian apprentice/travelling salesman's figured mahogany grandfather clock of small and neat proportions, eight day movement striking the hours and halves on coil, painted enamel dial signed 'B. Leeds', H104cm Georgian Chippendale style grandfather clock of small proportions, mahogany case, canted corners with fluted quarter columns, carved mounts, triple train Westminster chiming movement, striking the quarters and hours on rods, H150cm 18th century oak longcase clock, engraved arched brass dial signed Webster Whitby with silvered chapter, twin mock winding squares and date, case with broken arched hood, and fluted canted angles on a plinth base, 30hour movement, H131cm Early 19th century oak and mahogany banded longcase clock, canted corners with fluted quarter columns, panelled base, on ogee bracket feet, eight day movement striking on bell, square enamel painted dial signed 'Jos Blackhurst Waverham', subsidiary second dial and date aperture, H220cm Late 18th century mahogany banded oak longcase clock, broken arch brass dial, with silvered Roman chapter, subsidiary seconds and arch engraved with a sailing ship, dentil moulded case with fluted columns on plinth base with bracket feet, 8-day movement striking the hours on a bell, H246cm Estimate : £600 - £800 18th century oak longcase clock, square brass dial signed Eli Stancliffe, Honley, with faux subsidiary moonphase & date, hood with ball finials & dentil cornice, shaped door enclosed by columns, shape apron & bracket feet, 30 hour movement striking the hours on a bell, H227cm Victorian polished black slate mantel clock, architectural case with marble detail, circular Roman dial with visible Brocot escapement and mercury pendulum, twin train movement stamped 1499, 9 11, striking the half hours on a bell, H47cm "The auction was simplicity itself" 'The accordion that I purchased at your recent auction has arrived and I am very pleased with it.
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