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Fine Antiques Auction - 8th December 2010 - at 33 Broughton Place Edinburgh EH1 3RR at 11am. The sale includes items from Iona, Maidenhead, Berkshire. Contents of a French Chateau. Whytock & Reid Furniture from Dalmuinzie House, Aberdeen. Sale also features a range of British and Continental ceramics and glass, Oriental ceramics, works of art and furniture, rugs and carpets, works of art, clocks, barometers, and of course antique furniture.

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  • Fine Antiques Wednesday 8th December 201033 Broughton PlaceEdinburgh

    EDINBURGH

  • Fine AntiquesincludingSelected items from Iona,Maidenhead, Berkshire

    Contents of a French Chateau

    Whytock & Reid Furniture fromDalmuinzie House, Aberdeen

    Wednesday 8th December at 10am

    PLEASE NOTE START TIME OF THE SALE

    Sale Number LT303

    ViewingSunday 5th December 2pm - 5pmMonday 6th December 10am - 5pmTuesday 7th December 10am - 5pmMorning of Sale from 9am

    SpecialistsEuropean and Asian CeramicsCampbell ArmourHarry Douglas-Hamilton

    Rugs and CarpetsGavin Strang

    Works of Art, Clocks and FurnitureLee YoungDouglas Girton

    Catalogue: 15

    BUYERS PREMIUM25% up to 25,00020% thereafter.VAT will be charged on the premiumat the rate imposed by law.*17.5% VAT chargeable on the lotitself5% import VAT on the lotDroit de Suite (artists resale rights)applies (see our Terms and Conditionsof Sale and Information for Buyers).

    ENQUIRIES AND COMMISSION BIDSLyon and Turnbull Ltd.33 Broughton PlaceEdinburgh EH1 3RRTel. 0131 557 8844Fax. 0131 557 8668email. info@lyonandturnbull.comwww.lyonandturnbull.com

  • L Y O N & T U R N B U L L

    Important informationfor buyers

    By telephoneBids submitted by telephone mustbe confirmed in writing.

    Telephone biddingIf you are unable to attend the salewe can normally arrange for you tobid on the telephone. This service isavailable entirely at our discretionand at the bidders risk. Alltelephone bids must be confirmed inwriting, listing the relevant lots andappropriate number to be called. Werecommend that a covering bid isalso left in the event that we areunable to make the call. We cannotguarantee that lines will beavailable, or that we will be able tocall you on the day, but willendeavour to undertake such bids tothe best of our abilities.

    Methods of PaymentGoods purchased will not bereleased until we have received fullpayment.

    CashCash payments can be made at theaccounts desk during or after a sale.

    ChequeCheques should be made payable toLyon and Turnbull Ltd. We reservethe right to wait until cheques havebeen cleared by our bankers beforereleasing bought goods. Chequescan be cleared prior to sale onrequest. Cheques drawn by thirdparties cannot be accepted. If payingby post please include the slip fromyour invoice.

    Switch or Credit CardsPayment can be made by Switch,Mastercard or Visa cards. There is asurcharge of 1.5% on credit cardpayments.CollectionIt is the buyers responsibility toascertain collection procedures,particularly if the sale is not beingheld at our main saleroom.

    Electrical GoodsLots that were once operated bymains electricity are bought entirelyat the buyers risk. They are offeredfor sale for display or historicalpurposes and may not comply withcurrent regulations.

    BiddingAt the SaleTo bid at the sale all potentialbuyers must be registered with uson or before the day of sale. We willneed proof of identification andresidence, and may require a bankreference. Potential buyers mustcollect a bidding number before thesale begins, and show that numberif successful in purchasing a lot.Please ensure that the auctioneerrepeats the number correctly whenconfirming the sale. If there is anydoubt at this stage as to thehammer price or buyer it must bebrought to the auctioneers attentionimmediately. All lots will be invoicedto the name and address given onyour registration form, which is non-transferable. If you have purchaseda lot you may take your biddingnumber to the accounts departmentand receive an invoice immediately.If you have not been successfulplease leave the number at theRegistration or Reception desks.

    In writingBid forms are available at the saleand at the back of the catalogue.These should be submitted inperson, by post, or by fax as soon aspossible prior to the sale and we willbid on your behalf up to the limitindicated. In the event of receivingtwo identical bids the first onereceived will take precedence. Theymust be received at the very latestat least an hour before the sale. Wewill do our utmost to execute thesebids but we offer this service entirelyat the bidders risk.

    Under this legislation, we arerequired to collect a royalty paymentfor all qualifying works of art, wherethe artist is still living. This royaltywill be charged to the buyer on thehammer price and in addition to thebuyers premium. It will not apply toworks where the hammer price isless than 1,000 (euros). The chargefor works of art sold at and above1,000 (euros) and below 50,000(euros) is 4%. For items sellingabove 50,000 (euros), charges arecalculated on a sliding scale.All royalty charges are paid to theDesign and Artists Copyright Society(DACS) and no handling costs oradditional fees are retained by theauctioneer. Resale royalties are notsubject to VAT.Please note that the royalty paymentis calculated on the rate of exchangeat the European Central Bank on thedate of the sale.More information on Droit de Suiteis available at www.dacs.org.ukDamage and RestorationOccasionally when a lot has sufferedextensive damage and/or restorationit is indicated in the catalogue. Thisis mentioned entirely at ourdiscretion for the benefit of buyers.Where there is no mention ofdamage and/or restoration thisshould not be taken to mean thatthere is none. It is the buyersresponsibility to ensure that thecondition of lots is to theirsatisfaction (see our Terms andConditions of Sale).

    Condition ReportsIf potential buyers are unable toinspect lots in person our specialistswill be happy to prepare detailedCondition Reports on individual lotsas quickly as possible. These are forguidance only and all lots are soldas found (see our standard Termsand Conditions of Sale).

    Buying at AuctionThis sale is subject to our standardTerms and Conditions of Sale. If youhave not bought at auction beforewe will be delighted to advise you.

    EstimatesEstimates are printed below each lotand do not include the buyerspremium. The sale will beconducted in pounds sterling.

    DimensionsDimensions are for guidance only; itis the buyers responsibility toensure that they are correct.

    Buyers Premium

    The buyer shall pay the hammerprice together with a premiumthereon.

    Antiques, Jewellery & Silver andPictures (Not Fine Sales)17.5%.

    All other sales(Fine/Special/Collections)25% up to 25,000 / 20% thereafter.VAT will be charged on the premiumat the rate imposed by law. (see ourTerms and Conditions of Sale).VATThe symbol * by a lot numberindicates that VAT is payable by thepurchaser at the standard rate onthe hammer price.The symbol by a lot numberindicates that the lot has beentemporarily imported from outsidethe EU and that VAT is payable bythe purchaser at the rate of 5% onthe hammer price and the buyerspremium.No VAT is payable on the hammerprice or premium for books boughtat auction.

    Droit de SuiteThis symbol indicates works whichmay be subject to the Droit de Suiteor Artists Resale Right, which tookeffect in the United Kingdom on 14thFebruary 2006.

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  • Lot

    Numbers

    WEDNESDAY 8TH DECEMBER at 10am

    1-39 BRITISH AND CONTINENTAL CERAMICS AND GLASS

    42-159 ORIENTAL CERAMICS, WORKS OF ART AND FURNITURE

    162-229 WORKS OF ART

    230-264 RUGS AND CARPETS

    265-276 CLOCKS AND BAROMETERS

    281-327 SELECTED CONTENTS FROM A FRENCH CHATEAU

    331-341 SELECTED CONTENTS FROM IONA, MAIDENHEAD, BERKSHIRE

    346-470 FURNITURE

    474-502 WHYTOCK & REID FURNITURE FROM DALMUINZIE HOUSE, BIELDSIDE,

    ABERDEENSHIRE

    CERAMICS AND GLASS: Please note that damage and/or restoration is indicated in the

    catalogue at our discretion. We are pleased to provide condition reports on all lots for those

    who cannot view in person

    INTERNET SERVICE: For colour illustrations of all lots in this sale please consult our

    website at www.lyonandturnbull.com

    L Y O N & T U R N B U L L

    Order of Sale

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  • BRITISH AND CONTINENTAL CERAMICS AND GLASS

    5

    3 EAA349A/11COLLECTION OF BRITISHAND CONTINENTALDRINKING GLASSES19TH CENTURY AND LATERcomprising: six amberroemmers, each with blueprunt decoration, 13.5cmhigh; six clear glass beakers,each with blue pruntdecoration, 10cm high; amatching decanter andstopper, 19cm high; a cutglass jug with star anddiamond design, 18cm high; asmall decanter and matchedstopper, 19cm high; threeglasses with faceted funnelbowl, annular knop, plainbase, 12.5cm high; and twobell bowl glasses withknopped stem and plain foot,12cm high (20)

    200-300

    4 EAA349A/12SIX GLASS SALTS19TH CENTURYcomprising: a pair of saltseach of navette form withshaped rim and step cut sidesover a faceted stem anddiamond shaped foot, 8cmhigh; a pair of salts each ofnavette form with shaped rim,diamond cut band over aknopped stem and plaincircular foot, 6cm high; andtwo similar salts with facetedstems and diamond shapedfeet, 7cm high (6)

    200-300

    1 EAA349A/9COLLECTION OF DRINKINGGLASSES19TH CENTURYcomprising: six ale glasses,each with funnel bowl andetched wheat and foliatedesign, plain stem and foot,16.5cm high; six matchedrummers each with diamondcut border, knopped stem andplain foot, 12.5cm high; threeale glasses each with facetedfunnel bowl, cut border andconical foot, 16.5cm high; twofaceted goblets withhexagonal faceted stem andfoot, 13cm high; and an aleglass with funnel bowl,knopped stem and plain foot,17.5cm high (18)

    200-300

    2 EAA349A/10LARGE GLASS RUMMEREARLY 19TH CENTURYfaceted bowl with etchedfloral and wheat design,waisted stem and steppedfoot, 22cm high; a rummerwith faceted bowl and stemand with a stepped squarebase, 17cm high; and a pair ofrummers with cut floralswags, plain stem and squarefoot, 14.5cm high (4)

    200-300

    5 EAA400/200VENETIAN MURANO WINEGLASSelongated bell shaped bowlabove trip