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Object of the Week – James I Oak Court Cupboard English, Yorkshire c.1620 H: 53in   W: 61in   D: 21.5in A fine piece of early 17th century furniture, displaying all the skills of the joiner and carver, and consisting of a two-plank top, above a projecting frieze, with guilloche and flower-head carving, with turned boxwood…
A Rare Pair of Japanese Screens c.1830 H: 99in   W: 66in It is very rare for a pair of screens to survive, and in original condition, as these are. They depict idyllic scenes of village life, quite an unusual subject. They come from a private US collection, and have not been on the market…
Object of the Week – A Stained-Glass Panel of Christ Carrying the Cross William Wailes c.1850 H: 64cm   W: 42cm £3,600 This panel likely depicts one of the stations of the Cross with Simon in assistance looked over by Roman guards. A firm attribution can be made due to the style of painting and…
  Object of the Week – Cherry Blossom Brooch 1950s/60s Vienna H: 46.7mm   W: 33.9mm Weight: 11.8 grams £1,295 This charming brooch, in the shape of cherry blossom, is fashioned from rock crystal, rose quartz, nephrite, brilliant cut diamonds and 14t gold. It is typical of the work of Austrian jeweller Paltscho, who became famous…
Object of the Week – John Klimo, ‘Happy Birthday Vivien Leigh’ c.1953 Gouache and oil pastel on paper H: 71.5cm   W: 52.5cm   D: 80.5cm This work was given by the artist John Klimo to actress Vivien Leigh on her birthday. Leigh wrote to Klimo, “‘I am absolutely overjoyed to have the beautiful birthday…
Object of the Week – A French Boulangerie Table with a Marble Top c.1870 France H: 62cm   W: 121cm   D: 80.5cm £1,950 Antique wrought iron French boulangerie table with marble top. D.J. Green Antiques The Chapel Antiques Centre 99 Broadfield Road Sheffield S8 0XQ +44 (0)1142 588288 +44(0)7768 832616 [email protected] www.djgreenantiques.co.uk
Object of the Week – A Mythological White Glazed Ceramic Stag c.1921 Germany H: 80cm   W: 70cm £3,500 A large white glazed ceramic stag inspired by mythology: the white stag is considered a messenger from the underworld. Stamped ASt – Arthur Storch –  around 1921 or slightly earlier at the manufacture Volkstedt-Rudolfstadt. Nicholas Wells…
Object of the Week – Glazed Pottery Parrot c.1900 H: 22.8cm £485 A glazed earthenware slip decorated pottery parrot inscribed “Polly Fach Bert” (Little Pretty Polly), the base inscribed Jenkins. Made at the Ewenny Pottery, South Wales. Literature: ‘Ewenny Potteries, Potters & Pots’ by Gwyneth & Ieuan R Evans, Old Bakehouse Publications 2001. Tim Bowen…
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