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26 ) Magnificent Victorian diamond and gem set cat brooch
Magnificent Victorian diamond and gem set cat brooch. The cat wears a gold set old cut ruby collar, has an old cut emerald eyes, it’s body is densely covered in old cat diamonds Playing with a real ball the paws are finely and deeply carved, as are facial details and the tail. Gold backed and silver set. French, circa 1880.


Jewellery | Cat | Yr: 1880 |
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27 ) Cat & Maltese reverse intaglio locket
A rare reverse intaglio cat crystal with "Maltese" dog crystal to the reverse. Set in Gold locket, both crystals framed in old cut Diamonds. Reverse intaglio crystals are commonly and erroneously often called Essex Crystals


Reverse Intaglios | Maltese |
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28 ) Victorian reverse intaglio crystal gold set stick pin of a fox
A reverse intaglio crystal 9 carat gold set stick pin of a fox’s head and shoulders. Mother of pearl backed. English, circa 1890. Reverse intaglio crystals are commonly and erroneously often called Essex Crystals.


Jewellery | Other | Yr: 1890 |
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29 ) Oil of three pigs / sows by George Morland (English, 1763-1804).
An oil on canvas of pigs / hogs in a barn by George Morland (English, 1763-1804). Signed bottom left “G Morland”.


Paintings | Other | Artist: George Morland |
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30 ) An 18 carat gold and diamond set kitten brooch by Edmond-Henri Becker (French 1871-1971)
A superb 18 carat gold and diamond set brooch of three kittens sitting together sculptured by Edmond-Henri Becker (French 1871-1971). French , circa 1910


Jewellery | Cat | Artist: Edmund Henri Becker | Yr: 1910 |
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31 ) 19th century French bronze doré boar inkwell
A 19th century French bronze doré boar inkwell set on a black marble veined pin tray. The boar with inlaid eyes.


Objets D'Art | Other |
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32 ) A Barr Flight & Barr Worcester inkwell set depicting a Spaniel / Setter
A Barr Flight & Barr Worcester lidded single inkwell set depicting a recumbent red and white Spaniel / Setter. With marbled veined finish and mercurie oxide gilt decoration, imitating Italian scagliola marble, the inkwell provides for two quills and a central candle. The scagliola finishes were popular by the maker from around 1800 to 1820. The painting of the Spaniel / Setter is possibly by Enoch Doe (English, ca. 1785 - fl. 1851). On the base the hand written script marks read, beneath a crown, “Barr Flight & Barr Worcester manufactured to their majesties Prince of Wales & Royal Family”. This is considered to be the most elaborate of Flight and Barr porcelain marks. Together with the maker’s mark, in the same hand. Then incised ‘173’. English, circa 1815.


Objets D'Art | Spaniel | Yr: 1815 |
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33 ) French Greyhound knife rests / porte couteaux & place settings, circa 1950's
A set of 12 French running Greyhound silver metal / metal argente knife rests / ‘porte couteaux’ unusually facilitating as place settings, circa 1950's, Each Greyhound mounted on a rectangular teak base. Complete in their beautifully velvet lined original box. In the style of Edouard-Marcel Sandoz (1881 – 1971). French, circa 1950.


Objets D'Art | Greyhound | Yr: 1950 |
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34 ) An Austrian ‘Vienna’ / ‘Wiener’ bronze Dachshund bell push / ringer, circa 1900
An Austrian ‘Vienna’ / ‘Wiener’ bronze bell push / ringer, in the form of two Dachshund puppies in a pouch. This was perhaps inspired after the Austrian animal painter Carl Reichert’s (1836-1918), baskets of puppies and kittens. Austrian circa 1900. These beautifully made bronze bell pushes were used by the wealthy and aristocratic Viennese households to call their staff.


Objets D'Art | Dachshund | Yr: 1900 |
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35 ) An Austrian ‘Vienna’ / ‘Wiener’ bronze Dachshund & cat bell push / ringer, circa 1900
An Austrian ‘Vienna’ / ‘Wiener’ bronze bell push / ringer, in the form of a Dachshund dancing with a cat. Austrian, circa 1900. These beautifully made bronze bell pushes were used by the wealthy and aristocratic Viennese households to call their staff.


Objets D'Art | Dachshund | Yr: 1900 |
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36 ) An Austrian ‘Vienna’ / ‘Wiener’ bronze French Bulldog bell push / ringer, circa 1900
An Austrian ‘Vienna’ / ‘Wiener’ bronze bell push / ringer, in the form of a seated French Bulldog. Austrian, circa 1900. These beautifully made bronze bell pushes were used by the wealthy and aristocratic Viennese households to call their staff.


Objets D'Art | Bulldog (French) | Yr: 1900 |
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37 ) A porcelain Greyhound and hare by Jacob Petit (French, 1796-1865)
A porcelain standing Greyhound with a hare between its legs by Jacob Petit (French, 1796-1865). Signed on the base “JP”. Jacob Petit (French, 1796-1865) was one of the most famous French porcelain manufacturers of the 19th century. He began studying painting at Gros, then left Paris for England which gave him the taste for decorative objects. On his return to France in 1830, he published a book of interior decoration. His greatest interest was though in porcelain. By 1838 he bought Weill Baruch, in Fontainebleau. In 1850, he merged his two factories in Avon, but some years later, in 1862, he retires from Paradise Street Poissonière, transferring its business to one of his workers, Jacquemain.


Objets D'Art | Greyhound | Artist: Jacob Petit |
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38 ) A Gordon Setter oil by Margarethe Schönermark (Wolfenbüttel 1873 - 1951 Remagen)
An oil of a seated Gordon Setter in a garden in front of a wall by Margarethe Schönermark (Wolfenbüttel 1873 - 1951 Remagen). Signed bottom left “M Schönermark” German, circa 1900


Paintings | Gordon Setter | Yr: 1900 |
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39 ) Aquatint etching of Labrador Retriever Dual “Ch. Bramshaw Bob” retrieving a Mallard by Reuben Ward Binks (1880 - 1950)
Aquatint etching of the Labrador Retriever Dual “Ch. Bramshaw Bob” retrieving a Mallard by Reuben Ward Binks (1880 - 1950). Titled in pencil bottom left “English Setter” and signed in pencil bottom right "Ward Binks pinxt sculpt". It is unclear why Binks signed this “pinxt sculpt”, but it makes this copy a rare hand touched artist proof. In the 1920s and 1930s, regardless of the field and show bench, it was the exclusive place of Countess Howe's Banchory Kennels. One such dog was Dual Ch. Bramshaw Bob, whose sire was Ch. Ingleston Ben and dam Bramshaw Brimble. Bramshaw Bob was very successful wining 27 CC and was first at Crufts in both 1932 and 1933. Ward Binks aquatint etchings were published Arthur A Greatorex, 14 Grafton St., Bond St., London. English, circa 1935. A image of Dual Ch Bramshaw Bob together with Ch Banchory Trueman and Ch Igleston Ben by Reuben Ward Binks is illustrated in “The Popular Labrador Retriever” by Countess Lorna Howe. Then in the same book a similar composition of Dual Ch Banchory Bolo by Binks is illustrated.


Paintings | Retriever (Labrador) | Artist: Reuben Ward Binks |
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40 ) Watercolour of Charles E A Alington’s Labrador Retriever “Start” by Reuben Ward Binks (English, 1880 - 1950)
Watercolour study of Mr Charles E A Alington’s Labrador Retriever “Start” by Reuben Ward Binks (1880 - 1950). Titled bottom right “Start” and signed and dated bottom left right “R Ward Binks 1921”. Charles Alington was one of the founding members of the Labrador Retriever Club in 1916. In “The Popular Labrador Retriever” Countess Lorna Howe wrote of Mr Alington as “probably one of the greatest handlers and trainers of all time”. In 1929 Alington wrote the classic reference to the difficult task of judging retriever and spaniel field trials “Field Trials and Judging”. English 1921.


Paintings | Retriever (Labrador) | Artist: Reuben Ward Binks | Yr: 1921 |
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41 ) Watercolour of Charles E A Alington’s Flat-coated Retriever by Reuben Ward Binks (English, 1880 - 1950)
Watercolour study of Charles E A Alinton’s Flat-coated Retriever by Reuben Ward Binks (1880 - 1950). The reverse bears framer’s label “J. Middleton, frame maker, gilder, and mount cutter, 231 King’s Road, Chelsea”. Charles Alington was one of the founding members of the Labrador Retriever Club in 1916. In “The Popular Labrador Retriever” Countess Lorna Howe wrote of Mr Alington as “probably one of the greatest handlers and trainers of all time”. In 1929 Alington wrote the classic reference to the difficult task of judging retriever and spaniel field trials “Field Trials and Judging”. English 1921.


Paintings | Retriever (Flat Coated) | Artist: Reuben Ward Binks | Yr: 1921 |
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42 ) Watercolour of Charles E A Alington’s F.T. Champion Labrador Retrievers & The Champion Stake winners “Dazzle” and “Flashy” by Reuben Ward Binks (English, 1880 - 1950)
Watercolour studies of Mr Charles E A Alington’s F.T. Champion Labrador Retrievers & The Champion Stake winners “Dazzle” and “Flashy” by Reuben Ward Binks (1880 - 1950). Titled “Dazzle” and “Flashy” and signed and dated bottom right “R Ward Binks 1921”. The reverse bears “International Gundog League At The Working Trials Held by The Retriever Society near Didlington Hall, Breckland on the 7th & 8th December 1921 1st prize in the Champion Stakes was awarded to Mr C Alington’s “Flashy”. Then signed by the three judges Mr “P(eter) Clutterbuck”, Mr “B J Warwick” and Sir “G(eorge) Thursby“ and secretary “George Louth”. Together with framer’s label “J. Middleton, frame maker, gilder, and mount cutter, 231 King’s Road, Chelsea”. Allington not only won this prestigious event The Champion Stake in 1921 with “Flashy”, but he won again in 1922 with “Dazzle”. Charles Alington was one of the founding members of the Labrador Retriever Club in 1916. In “The Popular Labrador Retriever” Countess Lorna Howe wrote of Mr Alington as “probably one of the greatest handlers and trainers of all time”. In 1929 Alington wrote the classic reference to the difficult task of judging retriever and spaniel field trials “Field Trials and Judging”. English 1921 The International Gundog League was formed in 1900 and today has 85 Societies/Clubs that are affiliated. Each year stakes are held in order to qualify for the prestigious annual Retriever Trials Championships.


Paintings | Retriever (Labrador) | Artist: Reuben Ward Binks | Yr: 1921 |
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43 ) A King Charles Cavalier Spaniel “presse-papiers” bronze by Jean-Germain Demay (French, 1819-1886)
A rare bronze “presse-papiers” of a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel standing on a rectangular floral base by Jean-Germain Demay (French, 1819-1886). Signed on the base “DEMAY”. French, circa 1860.


Paintings | King Charles Cavalier Spaniel | Yr: 1860 |
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44 ) Pastel study of a Miniature Poodle by Lucy Dawson (English, 1877 -1958)
Pastel on paper study of a seated black Miniature Poodle wearing a silk pink bow by Lucy Dawson (English, 1877 -1958). Signed in pencil bottom right "Lucy Dawson". Possibly one of the Mannerhead Poodle Kennel owned by Mrs. M. Campbell Inglis of Wimbledon, who were always shown with bows in their heads. English, circa 1940s.


Paintings | Poodle | Artist: Lucy Dawson | Yr: 1940 |
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45 ) Miniature Pinscher by Eugène Petit (1839–1886)
A head study of a Miniature Pinscher wearing a red belled collar posed within a floral surround by Eugène Petit (1839–1886). Signed and dated bottom right “Eugène Petit 1906”. Petit specialized in still life paintings of flowers and fruits, as well as sporting dogs, but was also a textile designer. This is possibly a textile design. French 1906.


Paintings | Miniature Pinscher | Artist: Eugene Petit | Yr: 1906 |
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46 ) A Austrian polychrome terracotta tobacco pot / pot à tabac of a Cocker Spaniel by Bruder Bloch (les fréres Bloch)
A circa 1900 polychrome terracotta tobacco pot / jar / pot à tabac in the form of a black and white seated Cocker Spaniel, by Bruder Bloch (les fréres Bloch). Marked to the base lettered and numbered “BB 52”. Bruder Bloch Austrian, circa 1900. Bruder Bloch company was specialized, from 1870 to 1910, in the production of decorative vases, tobacco jars or smoking services. The production ended in 1914 with the purchase of its production equipment by Meissen.


Other | Spaniel (Cocker) | Yr: 1900 |
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47 ) A pair of 18 Carat gold brooch clips by Mellerio of Madrid in the form of coaching / carriage lamps
A pair of 18 Carat gold brooch clips by Mellerio of Paris in the form of carriage lamps. Each lamp with bevelled flawless rock crystal and ruby flames. Marked “Mellerio”, and assayed. French, circa 1940.


Jewellery | Coaching | Yr: 1940 |
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48 ) A 19th century oval footstool with a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel needlepoint
A 19th century oval footstool of a cross stitch Berlin needlepoint of a King Charles Cavalier inspired by the depiction of Dash, Queen Victoria's beloved King Charles Cavalier Spaniel from Sir Edwin Landseer's 1837-1838 famous painting "His majesty's favourite dogs and parrot", also known as "Hector, Nero and Dash with the parrot, Lory", which can today be can be seen in the Royal Collection. Four fruitwood legs and walnut veneer. French, circa 1880.


Paintings | King Charles Cavalier Spaniel | Yr: 1880 |
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49 ) Silver gilt cigar case with enamel coaching / carriage scene
A silver gilt cigar case with enamel coaching / carriage scene of four-in-hand with passenger aboard outside a mansion besides a park, by George Antony Heath. The silver gilt interior assayed London 1897, with maker’s mark “GH” being that of George Antony Heath then of George Heath & Co. In 1887 George Heath is recorded as making a silver snuff box in enamel depicting a coaching scene for Tiffany & Co. Of Union Square, New York. As well as New York clientele, Heath’s silver and enamel work was retailed by such high end London establishments as Carrington & Co., of 130 Regent Street, Walter Thornhill & Co., of 144 New Bond Street, and Henry Lewis & Co., of 172 New Bond Street. English, 1897.


Enamels | Coaching | Yr: 1897 |
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50 ) A Setter / Braque bronze by Georges Gardet (French, 1863-1939)
A bronze of a Setter / Braque at work by Georges Gardet (French, 1863-1939), this casting unusually mounted on chiselled marble terrace. The foundry for this work was the 'Societes Des Bronzes de Paris'. Carved into the marble “Georges Gardet”. French, circa 1900 Gardet was made an Officer of the Legion of Honor in 1900, and was a member of the Académie des Beaux-Arts, and the Society of French Artists.


Objets D'Art | Setter | Yr: 1900 |
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1) 8th Annual Palm Beach Jewellery, Art and Antique Show, West Palm Beach Febuary 18th-22nd 2011

 
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2) The 'Book of Frogs' by 'Frances Fry'

 
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3) ?A Bibliography of the Dog: Books Published in the English Language 1570-1965? by Jones, E. Gwynne, published by Publisher: The Library Association, London, 1971. - ?A Bibliography of the Dog: Books Published in the English Language 1570-1965? by Jones, E. Gwynne, published by Publisher: The Library Association, London, 1971. Near perfect original red cloth-covered boards/white spine title, with pictorial gilt front board/original glassine dust-wrapper.

 
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4) ?The Literature of British Dogs? by Clifford Lionel Barry Hubbard (1913-2000), privately published by the author at Ponterwyd, 1949. - ?The Literature of British Dogs? by Clifford Lionel Barry Hubbard (1913-2000), privately published by the author at Ponterwyd, 1949. Perfect dustjacket, green cloth with gilt lettering to the spine. This is a rare copy with a special inscription by the author,Clifford Hubbard.

 
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5) "The Power of the Dog" by Maud Earl (1864-1943) - The Power of the Dog by Maud Earl (1864-1943)and Arthur Croxton Smith (1865-1950) published by Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1911. This edition de Luxe is limited to One Hundred copies signed by the Artist? in ink. The cover in leather with gilt titles and signature, printed on thick art-paper with 21 tipped-in colour plates after paintings by Maud Earl, each with script about the breeds by eminent dog writer Arthur Croxton Smith. The breed chapters include the Pyrenean Mountain Dog, Foxhound, Bloodhound, Pointer, Greyhound, Welsh, Scottish, Boston, Bull, West Highland White, Fox, Sealyham Terriers, Pekingese, Miniature Bulldog, Chow, Griffon Bruxellois, Pomeranian, Springer Spaniel and Miniature Poodle This ?Edition de Luxe is limited to One Hundred copies signed by the Artist? in ink. The cover in leather with gilt titles and signature, printed on thick art-paper with 21 tipped-in colour plates after paintings by Maud Earl, each with script about the breeds by eminent dog writer Arthur Croxton Smith. The breed chapters include the Pyrenean Mountain Dog, Foxhound, Bloodhound, Pointer, Greyhound, Welsh, Scottish, Boston, Bull, West Highland White, Fox, Sealyham Terriers, Pekingese, Miniature Bulldog, Chow, Griffon Bruxellois, Pomeranian, Springer Spaniel and Miniature Poodle.

 
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6) The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel: A Tribute in Art by Barbara Garnett-Wilson and Roy A. Wilson

 
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