The September Sale | An International Success

2/10/2020    

 

At Dawsons we have adapted quickly to the current business conditions and the needs of the fine art market. We continue to achieve strong prices for our clients across all departments, with our monthly live online auctions attracting bids from throughout the world. Our valuation specialists offered over 800 Lots consigned from private clients throughout the UK.

 Lot 41 sold for £1300 - Spain

A 17th century oval portrait miniature of a gentleman

 

 

 

 

Lot  72 sold for £15000 - Canada

Thomas Buttersworth (1768-1842) English, 'The Loss of the 'Royal George' 104 Guns off Spithead, 29th August 1782', oil on canvas

 

 

 

Lot 195 sold for £750 - China

An 18th century Chinese bronze censer of quatrefoil form

 

 Lot 202 sold for £1700 - USA

A Chinese jade carving, late Qing, and a Chinese carved jade horse, Qing

 

 Lot 251 sold for £5200 - China

An 18th/19th century bronze Avalokitesvara

 

 

 

 

Lot 276 sold for £1500 - China

A set of six 1970s Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica dinner plates

 

 

 

Lot 294 sold for £5800 - Hungary 

A Zsolnay Pecs irridescent vase of art nouveau design

 

 Lot 309 sold for £1500 - Russia

 After Evgeni Alexandrovich Lanceray (1848-1886), a patinated bronze study of a Russian cossack on horseback

 

 

Lot 525 sold for £800 - India

A pair of Edwardian silver candlesticks, Birmingham 1909 by Ellis & Co

 

 

Lot 580 sold for £1100 - Poland 

An unusual white metal and diamond ring set with a marquise-cut light brownish yellow diamond

 

Our next Fine Art, Antiques and Jewellery auction is on October 29th; followed by a specialist Asian Art sale on November 5th. If you are interested in the valuation and sale of any items, please do get in touch. From a single piece to the entire contents of a house - we are here to help.