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PETER JOYCE (b. 1964), ‘LOST POND’, 2016 Acrylic on canvas laid on to wood panel 92.5 x 92.5 cm £9,500 Although the formal and compositional aspects in Joyce’s essentially abstract paintings are immensely important, the work is also intimately related to the man-altered landscape of La Vendée, the remote region of western France where the […]
A YELLOW GOLD PENDANT 44 x 42mm 15.8g A yellow gold geometric pendant depicting a rabbit. Lucas Rarities Ltd By appointment London +44 (0)020 7100 8881 [email protected] www.lucasrarities.com
A RENAISSANCE DIAMOND RING 16th century £43,000  An impressive 16th century ring, set with a square point cut diamond in a closed back rubover setting with an approximate weight of 0.90 carats, to a raised pyramid shaped central collet with fine scalloped double arches and pelleted border to base, incised saltire to the underside and […]
EARLY CARVED PANEL c.1450 A very well carved Continental panel, retaining its original polychrome decoration. Peter Bunting Antiques Harthill Hall Alport Bakewell Derbyshire DE45 1LH +44 (0)7860 540870 [email protected] www.countryoak.co.uk Peter Bunting Antiques specialises in antique oak furniture, portraits, tapestries and related items.
A VERY RARE VENETIAN LOW FOOTED GLASS BOWL Approximately 10″ in diameter £15,000  A very rare Venetian low footed Glass Bowl, c.1500–1525; the shallow tray of the bowl moulded with a series of ribs radiating from the raised centre; the broad rim decorated with an intricate pattern of gilded scales embellished with white, red and […]
17TH CENTURY OAK PANEL OF ST. PATRICK c.1670 W: 16cm   H: 46cm   D: 2cm £280 This rare 17th-century oak panel of St Patrick, probably Irish, shows the saint with oddly-placed hands, grasping a stake in his right hand and a book of his writings in his left. Above him are two shamrocks: Patrick was […]
c.1955 Glazed ceramic, inscribed “Dessin J. Lurçat Sant Vicens, D.L., 22/50, dessin III” W: 48cm   H:32cm   An important and successful painter of the School of Paris, Jean Lurçat singlehandedly revived tapestry-making as an art form during the 1930s. Lurçat’s artistic eye simultaneously wandered towards a multitude of other media, including engraving, book illustrations […]
PAIR OF VICTORIAN ORMOLU, MARBLE & PORCELAIN SECRETAIRES C.1850 W: 77cm   H:140cm  D:43cm £140,000 Each with rectangular brocatelle marble top over a conforming scrolled foliate frieze, above a central fall-front set with gilt-decorated porcelain plaques painted with fêtes gallantes, the interior fitted with a pigeon hole and four short drawers, flanked by a pair […]
DAVID HOCKNEY, ‘ANN COMBING HER HAIR’ (T. 215; G. 830) 1979 W:31in    H:23 in Lithograph on HMP Koller handmade paper, signed in pencil, dated 79, and numbered 60/75 (there were also 15 artist’s proofs), with the blindstamp of the publisher, Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles, with full margins, printed to the sheet edge on two […]
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