A Sino Tibetan gilt bronze statue of Tara Bodhisattva seated in lalitasana, on an oval double lotus base, the underside hollow, 17cm h x 11cm w
Józef Mehoffer (1869-1946) Polish
'Petite Fille Juive de Florence (...)', signed and dated 1900 top left, pastel on brown paper, with personal message by the artist above his signature reading from French 'To M???? William Ritter, friendly souvenir, J. Menoffer', the back with note by family owner of the painting, translated from French, 'Little Jewish girl from Florence, pastel by Josef de Mehoffer, the great Polish painter, given to my father in Florence, winter 1900. (...), 28th March 1965', within a glazed wooden frame, 48 cm x 31 cm
A pair of Chinese Qing dynasty blue and white porcelain vases, 18th century of baluster shape with a ruyi border, the body decorated with four cartouches of narrative scenes and a repeated diamond shaped pattern ground, double circle mark and a Hotel Drovol Salle auction label lot No 12 1933 to the base, 34cm h, with turned wooden lids.
Condition: Lids are later and one vase has restoration to the rim
A Georgian serpentine front chest of drawers, possibly Irish, with gadrooned moulded border, above a graduated set of four long drawers, on lion paw feet, 84 cm high x 98 cm wide x 52 cm deep
A fine early 19th century Persian Qajar (Jambya) dagger, probably Iranian, with waisted walrus ivory handle, ornately carved with a seated woman surrounded by a pierced floral ground, between two borders of calligraphy, the reverse with a central shaped medallion, bordered by geometric patterns, curved steel blade with central, raised rib and floral raised, overlaid gold designs, in a shagreen, mounted, carved wood sheath with brass end and green cord attachment, 9 1/2" l, approx, total length
A gents stainless steel Omega Railmaster, circa 1963, Ref 2914-1 SC, with a black dial having baton hour markers and quarterly applied Arabic numerals, with rare dagger hands and white central seconds hand. A 17 jewel 286 cal movement signed Omega with mu-metal dust cover on a later expandable bracelet, 38mm excluding crown. The Railmaster was debuted in 1957 alongside the Seamaster 300 and Speedmaster. The Railmaster was designed as a professional timepiece that was anti-magnetic for those working close to magnetic fields.
Condition: light scratches to lugs, bezel and case back, one deep scratch to crystal. Currently ticking
A large 19th century Chinese cinnabar box of octagonal form, the domed lid decorated with panels of figures in various pursuits and the base with panels of flowers 10"h x 10 1/2"w
An Omega premoon, Speedmaster Ed White, manual wind, stainless steel gents wristwatch. The black dial with luminous baton markers, hands and centre chronograph counter with three subsidiary dials and outer tachymetre bezel. The signed 17 jewel calibre 321 movement numbered 25445002, the case back numbered ST105 003-65 to the inside and with inscription to the outside, with original Omega crown, box and paperwork, the paperwork has reference number ST 145003 and dated 1/5/69, fitted on a later Omega bracelet with spare links but original bracelet is present, 39mm
Stanislawa de Karlowska (1876-1952) Polish
'A road in the Black Down Hills', signed lower right, oil on canvas, titled to the reverse and dated 1917, within a gilt wooden frame, 50.5 cm high x 60.5 cm wide
A Sino-Tibetan bronzed copper alloy model of Tara Bodhisattva, sat in a lotus position holding a dorje (scepter) in the right hand and dril-bu (bell) in her left, sat on a double lotus base, 12.2 cm high
Condition report: some fading of the gilding on her face and crown, the base is a little warped, a few surface nicks but overall good