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Click to see full size: Bronze medallion of a Poodle by Richard Fath (French, 1900 - 1952)

26 ) Bronze medallion of a Poodle by Richard Fath (French, 1900 - 1952)
Small circular bronze medallion of a Poodle’s head by Richard Fath (French, 1900 - 1952).Signed "FATH". French, circa 1930.


Jewellery | Poodle | Artist: Richard Fath | Yr: 1930 |
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Click to see full size: Bull terrier gold charm

27 ) Bull Terrier gold charm
Bull Terrier gold charm


Jewellery | Bull Terrier |
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Click to see full size: Gold Poodle Pendant

28 ) Gold Poodle pendant
A gold pendant of a standing Poodle. English.


Jewellery | Poodle |
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Click to see full size: 9 carat Gold cat pendant seal

29 ) 9 carat Gold cat pendant seal
A rare pendant 9 carat gold seal of a seated cat. Uncut agate seal. Assay to the base Chester 1898 “375”. English 1898.


Jewellery | Cat | Yr: 1898 |
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Click to see full size: Gold Spitz pendant

30 ) Gold Spitz pendant
A finely detailed gold pendant of a standing Spitz with inlaid sapphire eyes. English circa 1920’s


Jewellery | Spitz | Yr: 1920 |
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Click to see full size: A blue enamel and gilt metal Playgoers” Club button badge for the “President” contained in orig. plush-lined blue morocco gilt case by D. & J. Wellby Ltd., Garrick Street, London.

31 ) A blue enamel and gilt metal Playgoers Club button badge for the “President” contained in orig. plush-lined blue morocco gilt case by D. & J. Wellby Ltd., Garrick Street, London.
A blue enamel and gilt metal Playgoers” Club button badge for the President, contained in orig. plush-lined blue morocco gilt case by D. & J. Wellby Ltd., Garrick Street, London. Believed worn by Club President Sir Edward Marshall Hall, KC, (1858 –1927). English, circa 1912 Founded by Heneage Mandell in 1884, the London Playgoers Club met regularly “to afford members facilities for Critical Theatrical Discussions… in the form of… debate[s].” Playgoers in Victorian England did not generally enjoy a favorable reputation, stereotyped as abrasive at best and dangerous at worst. Mandell and his colleagues sought to promote a more genteel image of playgoers while nurturing a relationship between the players and audience.


Jewellery | Other | Yr: 1912 |
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Click to see full size: An early 20th century  silver English Setter / Gordon Setter / Irish Setter brooch

32 ) An early 20th century silver English Setter / Gordon Setter / Irish Setter brooch
An early 20th century silver brooch of a standing English Setter / Gordon Setter / Irish Setter. The reverse stamped “SILVER”. English, circa 1915.


Jewellery | Setter | Yr: 1915 |
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Click to see full size: An early 20th century silver Cocker Spaniel brooch

33 ) An early 20th century silver Cocker Spaniel brooch
An early 20th century silver bar brooch of a standing Cocker Spaniel. The reverse stamped “STERLING”, and maker’s mark. English, circa 1915.


Jewellery | Spaniel (Cocker) | Yr: 1915 |
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Click to see full size: A 9 carat gold Yorkshire Terrier / Silky Terrier charm

34 ) A 9 carat gold Yorkshire Terrier / Silky Terrier charm
An English 9 carat gold charm of a standing Yorkshire Terrier / Silky Terrier. London assayed for 1967, and makers marks “AD”. English 1967


Jewellery | Yorkshire Terrier | Yr: 1967 |
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Click to see full size: 1920's paste silver set Scottish Terrier Brooch

35 ) 1920’s paste silver set Scottish Terrier brooch
A beautifully made 1920’s paste silver set Standing Scottish Terrier brooch. The dog’s collar and eye inlaid simulating rubies. The reverse mark “STERLING SILVER”. French, circa 1920’s


Jewellery | Scottish Terrier | Yr: 1920 |
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Click to see full size: A marcasite silver set Wire-haired Fox Terrier brooch

36 ) A marcasite silver set Wire-haired Fox Terrier brooch
A marcasite silver set brooch of a standing Wire-haired Fox Terrier. Sterling silver mark to the reverse “935”. Circa 1900.


Jewellery | Wire Haired Fox Terrier | Yr: 1900 |
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Click to see full size: A 15 carat, enamel and platinum Mallard duck bar brooch

37 ) A 15 carat, enamel and platinum Mallard duck bar brooch
A 15 carat bar brooch depicting a Mallard in flight. The Mallard detailed in enamel and platinum, and marked to the reverse “ PLATm. 15 CṮ”. The bar marked “15cṮ”. English circa 1915.


Jewellery | Other | Yr: 1915 |
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Click to see full size: Diamond Sealyham chasing rat brooch

38 ) Diamond Sealyham chasing rat brooch
A pave set diamond and platinum brooch of a Sealyham running chasing a rat. Cabochon cut ruby eyes and chased detail to both dog and rat. English circa 1910. In gilt tooled leather box when later retailed during Edward VII reign by Goldsmith & Silversmiths. The lid of the box reads “BY APPOINTMENT TO HM. THE KING. THE Goldsmith & Silversmiths Company Lᵗᵈ., 112, REGENT Sᵗ., LONDON, W.”


Jewellery | Sealyham Terrier | Yr: 1910 |
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Click to see full size: Victorian diamond and ruby coursing Greyhound brooch

39 ) Victorian diamond and ruby coursing Greyhound brooch
A Greyhound running at full stretch, silver set with old cut diamonds of various sizes, gold backed and natural cabochon cut ruby eye. The Greyhound’s legs, tail, upper and lower body with chased detail. Victorian, English, circa 1880. In later box when retailed during King George V reign by Garrard & Co in . The lid of the box reads “Garrard & Co Ltd Goldsmith, Jewellers & c TO THE KING By Special Appointment TO THE CROWN 24, ALBEMARLE ST., W.” The box imbossed in gold “Garrard”. SOLD


Jewellery | Greyhound |
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Click to see full size: A gold and gem set Greyhound coursing brooch

40 ) A gold and gem set Greyhound coursing brooch, English, circa 1890
A gold and gem set running Greyhound coursing brooch. The dog wears a gold rose coloured collar, set with old cut diamonds, and the eye is set with a cabochon ruby. The gold work is finely sculptured and chassed. Indecipherable assay mark to the reverse. English, circa 1890.


Jewellery | Greyhound | Yr: 1890 |
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Click to see full size: 18 carat gold and enamel Pointer cufflinks

41 ) 18 carat gold and enamel Pointer cufflinks
A single sided 18 carat gold cufflinks, the links enamel with a Pointer’s head. Assayed <750>, together with an indistinguishable mark. Circa 1920


Jewellery | Pointer | Yr: 1920 |
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Click to see full size: An English gold Etruscan revival Whippet / Itanlian Greyhound brooch

42 ) An English gold Etruscan revival Whippet / Itanlian Greyhound brooch
An English gold Etruscan revival brooch, in shield form with from which protrudes a head and shoulders study of a Whippet / Italian Greyhound. With scalloped sides and pie crust detailing, the is edged with a delicate gold fringe. Circa 1860. English.


Jewellery | Italian Greyhound | Yr: 1860 |
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Click to see full size: Magnificent Victorian diamond and gem set cat brooch

43 ) Magnificent Victorian diamond and gem set cat brooch
Magnificent Victorian diamond and gem set cat brooch. The cats body densely covered in old cat diamonds, and finely and deeply carved to the edges and tail. Gold backed and silver set. With gold whiskers, nose, old cut emerald eyes, the cat holds a ľ carat claw set Ceylon sapphire. The bar bears a French eagle’s head assay mark. French, circa 1880


Jewellery | Cat | Yr: 1880 |
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Click to see full size: A reverse intaglio crystal brooch of a Dalmatian

44 ) A reverse intaglio crystal brooch of a Dalmatian
A reverse intaglio crystal brooch and pendant of a head study of a liver coloured Dalmatian brooch and pendant. The gold marked "18 ct". English circa 1915


Jewellery | Dalmatian | Yr: 1915 |
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Click to see full size: Reverse intaglio crystal game bird gold bracelet

45 ) Reverse intaglio crystal game bird gold bracelet
A reverse intaglio crystal game bird gold bracelet depicting Snipe, Mallard , Pheasant, and Partridge all in flight. Interesting mounted in 14 carat gold with five pairs of gun cartridge links. The clasp and a crystal setting both marked “14K”. The crystal carving circa 1915, possibly once a set of double sided cufflinks, the American gold setting in the manner of the "The Crossroads of Sport Inc New York". Marked to the reverse “14k”. English / America circa 1960’s.


Jewellery | Sporting | Yr: 1960 |
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Click to see full size: Reverse intaglio crystal gold set St Bernard

46 ) Reverse intaglio crystal gold set St. Bernard / Saint Bernard brooch
An oval reverse intaglio crystal of a St. Bernard standing in grass, mounted in a gold brooch. The gold work with rope work detail. Reverse intaglio crystals are commonly and erroneously often called Essex Crystals. English, circa 1890. SOLD


Jewellery | St. Bernard | Yr: 1890 |
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Click to see full size: Reverse intaglio crystal set ring of coach and four in hand

47 ) Reverse intaglio coaching crystal set ring of coach and four in hand.
A reverse intaglio coaching crystal pendant of a black and blue painted coach with red wheels and seven up, passing a milestone, in gold and old cut diamond millegrain platinum setting. The pendant fitting also with millegrain platinum set diamonds. Total carats approximately 1.8. The crystal marked “DEPOSE”, meaning it was registered in France as a exclusive design. Reverse intaglio crystals are commonly and erroneously often called Essex Crystals. French, circa 1890, diamond setting Edwardian.


Jewellery | Other | Yr: 1890 |
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Click to see full size: Rare cufflinks 18 carat platinum and diamonds, a driver at the steering wheel

48 ) Rare cufflinks 18 carat platinum and diamonds, a driver at the steering wheel
Rare cufflinks 18 carat platinum and diamonds, a driver at the steering wheel French, circa 1910


Jewellery | Other | Yr: 1910 |
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Click to see full size: Victorian diamond Pekingese brooch

49 ) A Victorian diamond Pekingese brooch
A Victorian diamond brooch of a standing Pekingese, silver set with old cut diamonds, gold backed and cabochon cut ruby eyes.


Jewellery | Pekingese |
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Click to see full size: Edwardian silver set paste Greyhound

50 ) Edwardian silver set paste Greyhound
A silver set paste brooch of a standing Greyhound with coloured glass detail to eye and collar. Marked to the reverse “Sterling”


Jewellery | Greyhound |
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1) ?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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2) ?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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3) "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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4) The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel: A Tribute in Art by Barbara Garnett-Wilson and Roy A. Wilson

 
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8) The Newfoundland: Heritage and Art

 
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9) The Pug Heritage And Art

 
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10) Pekingese Book of British Pre-War Champions 1903 - 1939 - By Raymond O'Neill

 

 
 




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