An Edwardian silver twin handled serving tray Edward Barnard & Sons, London circa 1902 with engraved decoration, gadrooned border and scroll handles, length 73cm, width 49cm, approx. 115oz.
Robert Lenkiewicz (1941-2002) 'The Painter with Patti, Aristotle and Phyllis Theme' oil on canvas, 66" x 54", housed in a gilt framed. This painting was part of the Relationship Series painted around 1990, Project 18 Painter with Women, Observations on the Theme of the 'Double; it was exhibited in 1994 at the Birmingham ICC Exhibition and is featured in the exhibition catalogue on page 3. The exhibiting was organised by the Halcyon Gallery.
Robert Lenkiewicz (1941-2002) 'Painter with Lydia Evans, Double Theme' oil on canvas, signed twice to reverse, 129cm x 115cm, unframed.
An antique yellow gold (not hallmarked or tested) snake choker necklace with an ornately designed snakes head set with an oval cut garnet measuring approx. 10mm x 7mm set to the head and two round cabochon cut garnets measuring approx. 2.5mm set as eyes, the snake holds a heart shaped drop from its mouth and this is set with an oval cut rhodolite garnet, measuring approx. 7mm x 5mm, overall length of necklace when extended is approx. 40cm, with push in clasp (needs attention), necklace is approx. 14" when done up, 13.78gm, comes with its original box (does not close properly) and a copy of an old Valuation for Insurance dated 25th February 1988 for £1,081 and stating that the gold was tested and believed to be 18ct, please note that this necklace is heavily tarnished.
Rolex, a gent's Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner stainless steel automatic wristwatch with date window wristwatch, serial number 9R0723Z0, model number 116610LN, with black face and bezel, face stamped 1000ft=300m, Superlative Chronometer, Officially Certified, Swiss Made, comes with a green Rolex velvet pouch and a Service Guarantee Card dated 3 Oct 19 / 160 and a service booklet and the receipt for the service from Michael Spiers, Exeter dated 06/10/2019 for £630.00.
Rolex, an Oyster Perpetual Submariner, 100m = 330ft, gentleman's stainless steel wristwatch, circa 1959 with tropic dial and hands, fitted with steel and early jubilee bracelet, model number 6536-1, case number 399410, bezel believed to have been replaced 30 years ago, running (note the case number of lot 213 is 399402). History. This watch was used in a Rolex advertising portfolio c1960. It is one of two submariner wristwatches (lots 212 and 213) given to Stanley Sayer by Rolex and has been in the family since. Stanley Sayer was a film cameraman working for Technicolour, he set up a special effects company, and also worked on several film sets including Superman and Star Wars. He was a keen diver and inventor of the minisub. The minisub enabled divers to move underwater effortlessly, steer a course and to light their way ahead. Although he himself did not patent the design, it attracted widespread interest. Around 1959 Rolex were interested in using Stanley and his machine in their advertising portfolio and took a number of photos with him in action wearing one of their watches for publication. In payment for his services, he was invited to keep the watch that he wore in the press shoot (this watch lot 212) and also given a second Submariner, which he then gave to his son in 1961. He wore the watch daily until he passed in April 2000. The watches have been consigned by his son.
A Georgian six division silver toast rack, London, J.E. (John Emes), 1806, approx. 12.28oz, length 20cm.
Harold Harvey (1874-1941) Newlyn School, oil on canvas, ‘A Ring, a Ring o’ Roses’, signed, 36cm x 46cm, titled on canvas on reverse, framed and glazed.
Beryl Cook (1926-2008) a rare double sided painting, 'French Tango' and 'The Expedition' oil on board, framed, 113.50cm x 88.50cm. Signed on one side. "It’s not just the faces, but the whole of Beryl’s paintings that have a ‘look’. She fills them with bold, clear designs that immediately cheer you up. Her description of the tango bar is very telling. She was uncomfortable when the bar was empty, except for a frenzied couple dancing, but when many more customers arrived she was happier, stopped laughing nervously, and ‘everything settled down’... When you look closely at her compositions you can see that everything in them, every movement, mass, look and shape is balanced or echoed, one by another, until the whole picture seems to dance together." Julian Spalding in Beryl Cook Happy Days, 1995.
Alan Lowndes (1921-1978) oil ‘Mousehole Harbour', signed and dated on image 1977, 41cm x 61cm, Provenance; Crane Kalman Gallery, Brompton Road, London, Retrospective May '84, paper gallery label on reverse, framed and glazed.
Robert Lenkiewicz (1941-2002) oil on canvas, signed twice and inscribed on reverse 'Study for large double, Paula Perridge', image size 58cm x 58cm, overall size including frame 80cm x 80cm, framed and glazed.