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Click to see full size: Fox terrier by F. T. Dawes

1 ) Fox Terriers "Templar's Tackler" and "Ninian Nesta" by Frederick Thomas Daws RA (1878-1949)
Oil on canvas of Wire Haired Fox and Smooth Fox Terrier "Templar's Tackler" and "Ninian Nesta" by Frederick Thomas Daws RA (1878-1956), signed "FT Daws". English, 1806


Paintings | Fox Terrier | Artist: Frederick Thomas Daws | Yr: 1806 |
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Click to see full size: Mezzotint of Pointers by William Ward ARA

2 ) Mezzotint of Pointers by William Ward ARA (English, 1762-1826), after John Nost Sartorius (English, 1759-1828)
A mezzotint of two Pointers in a forest setting engraved by William Ward ARA (English, 1762-1826) after the painting by John Nost Sartorius (English, 1759-1828). Titled POINTERS. London, Published June 16th 1806 by James Linnell No. 2, Streatham Street, Bloomsbury. Lettered bottom left T N Sartorious and bottom right Engraved by W. Ward, Engraver to H.R.H. the Duke of York. The Lennox-Boyd database lists three states not listed by Frankau: (i) proof before letters; (ii) with closed letters and the word 'Proof'; (iii) with the word 'Proof' erased. This is the third state. There is an example in the collection of the British Museum.


Paintings | Pointer (English) | Artist: William Ward | Yr: 1806 |
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3 ) Needlepoint / needlework / textile / tapestry of a Spaniel SOLD


Objets D'Art | King Charles Cavalier Spaniel | Yr: 1810 |
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4 ) Coaching oil “On Top of The Hill” by Henry Thomas Alken Snr. (English, 1785 – 1851)
An oil on panel of a coach fully laden with passengers and luggage following an incline as it approaches a thatched cottage. by Henry Thomas Alken Snr. (English, 1785 – 1851). The coach wearing the correct Royal Mail livery, black with red door and lower panels, Post Office red wheels, and The Royal Coat of Arms on the door with the name of the town at the end of the coach’s route. The reverse bears ink label “Coaching Scene A Alken Sen. “On Top of The Hill”. English, circa 1815.


Paintings | Coaching | Artist: Henry Alken | Yr: 1815 |
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5 ) Coaching oil “Doing Collar Work” by Henry Thomas Alken Snr. (English, 1785 – 1851)
An oil on panel of a coach fully laden with passengers and luggage following an incline as it approaches a thatched cottage. by Henry Thomas Alken Snr. (English, 1785 – 1851). The coach wearing the correct Royal Mail livery, black with red door and lower panels, Post Office red wheels, and The Royal Coat of Arms on the door with the name of the town at the end of the coach’s route. The reverse bears ink label “Coaching Scene A Alken Sen. Very rare old painting. Horses - "doing Collar work" up the hill”. Monogrammed and dated on the milestone “1815”. English, 1815.


Paintings | Coaching | Artist: Henry Alken | Yr: 1815 |
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6 ) 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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7 ) “On the Scent”, a pencil drawing of a setter by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873) from 1819.
A pencil drawing of a setter on the scent by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873). The drawing is illustrated, as a woodblock, ‘‘Fig.27 page 37 “The Works of Sir Edwin Landseer” by W. Comos Monkhouse titled “On the Scent”. That image is slightly cropped, the drawing here complete with some canine studies near the margin. The author refers to the dogs “as a cross between a pointer and setter”. It is though more likely a setter. The reverse bears label for Watling Street Galleries. English 1819. Provenance: - Charles William Mansel Lewis - "The Works of Sir Edwin Landseer RA” by W Cosmo Monkhouse, published in 1879 which was "illustrated by 44 steel engravings and about 200 woodcuts". - Watling Street Galleries, 116 Watling Street East, Towcester, Northamptonshire


Paintings | Setter | Artist: Sir Edwin Landseer RA | Yr: 1819 |
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8 ) Young Girl With Cherries
Oil on Canvas, English, circa 1820. SOLD


Paintings | People | Yr: 1820 |
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9 ) Gold set carnelian (sardonyx) cameo brooch of a Setter
A superb and gold set intaglio cameo carnelian (sardonyx) brooch of a recumbent Setter. Possibly modelled on "Tawney" the 6th Duke of Devonshire's Gordon Setter painted circa 1819 by Johann Wenzel Peter (Czechoslovakia 1745 - Rome 1829) when the Duke travelled to Italy. Magnificent wide and deep floral designed gold mount and original pin. Italian cameo English, mount circa 1820.


Jewellery | Setter | Yr: 1820 |
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10 ) Micromosaic / Micro-Mosaic / Micro Mosaic Greyhound suckling puppies Vinaigrette SOLD
Greyhound suckling puppies Vinaigrette SOLD Greyhound suckling puppies, silver micro mosaic/micromosaic vinaigrette. Assayed London 1820. Micro-mosaic attributable to Giacomo Raffaelli (Italian 1753-1836). SOLD


Micro-Mosaics | Greyhound | Artist: Giacomo Raffaelli | Yr: 1820 |
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Click to see full size: Micromosaic of a Gordon Setter set to an ivory box

11 ) Micromosaic / Micro-Mosaic / Micro Mosaic ivory box of "Tawney" the 6th Duke of Devonshire's Gordon Setter after Johann Wenzel Peter (Czechoslovakia 1745 - Rome 1829)
An ivory box set with an Italian micromosaic of "Tawney" a recumbent Gordon Setter attributable to the studio of Antonio Aguatti (d1846), Luigi Cavaliere Moglia (1813ca - 1878) or Giacomo Raffaelli (1753 - 1836). “Tawney” painted by Johann Wenzel Peter (Czechoslovakia 1745 - Rome 1829)was a Gordon Setter owned William George Spencer Cavendish, 6th Duke of Devonshire KG, PC (1790 – 1858), who visited Italy in 1819. Italian, circa 1820. Although the painting returned to England, with the Duke, Peter kept his studies and the sketches used by the mosaicists.


Micro-Mosaics | Gordon Setter | Artist: Giacomo Raffaelli | Yr: 1820 |
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12 ) Early 19th coaching / carriage / four-in-hand miniature scene set as a gold brooch.
Early 19th gold set brooch with a miniature of a coaching / carriage / four-in-hand scene,set in scrolled gold frame. English, circa 1820’s


Minatures | Coaching | Yr: 1820 |
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13 ) Pen and ink drawing of ‘The Exhibition of Hayter's picture of The Trial of Queen Caroline’ by Sir Edwin Landseer R.A. (English, 1802-1873)
A pen and ink drawing of ‘The Exhibition of Hayter's picture of The Trial of Queen Caroline’ by Sir Edwin Landseer R.A. (English, 1802-1873). The 'trial' of Queen Caroline in 1820 was not technically a trial but a parliamentary debate on a bill designed to grant the King a divorce. Sir George Hayter (1792 – 1871) was a notable English painter, specialising in portraits. Landseer had known George and his brother John since childhood and both contributed major historical paintings to the Duke of Bedford’s gallery at Woburn Abbey. Today Sir George’s painting can be seen in the National Portrait Gallery.


Paintings | Other | Artist: Sir Edwin Landseer RA | Yr: 1820 |
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14 ) “The Wolf” a pencil study by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873)
A pencil study of a recumbent wolf by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873). Titled “The Wolf”. The reverse bears “Thos. Agnew & Sons Ltd” label “No. 24116” “London 43, Old Bond Street, Piccadilly, W”. Then a further typed label “Sir E. Landseer R.A. 1802-1873 “The Wolf” “. English, circa 1820. Provenance: - Thomas Agnew and Sons No 25348


Paintings | Other | Artist: Sir Edwin Landseer RA | Yr: 1820 |
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15 ) A pencil study of tiger’s paws and a tiger by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873)
An outline study of a tiger drawn beneath a more detailed study of tigers paws worked in pencil by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873). Edwin Landseer was drawing tigers and lions at the early age of nine. The reverse bears label for Watling Street Galleries. English, circa 1820. Provenance: - Watling Street Galleries, 116 Watling Street East, Towcester, Northamptonshire


Paintings | Other | Artist: Sir Edwin Landseer RA | Yr: 1820 |
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16 ) English terrier pencil drawing by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873) from 1822
A drawing of a recumbent English terrier, with sheep huddled in the background by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873) from 1822. Initialled and dated bottom right “EL 1822”. The reverse bears label for Watling Street Galleries. English, 1822. Provenance: - Watling Street Galleries, 116 Watling Street East, Towcester, Northamptonshire


Paintings | Terrier | Artist: Sir Edwin Landseer RA | Yr: 1822 |
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17 ) Foxhound by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer RA (British, 1802-1873)
Oil on millboard of a hound by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer (English, 1802-1873).


Paintings | Foxhound | Artist: Sir Edwin Landseer RA | Yr: 1824 |
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18 ) "In The Warren", English terriers pencil drawing by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873) from 1824
"In The Warren", English terriers pencil drawing by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873) from 1824. The drawing is illustrated, as a woodblock, ‘Fig.89’ page 132 in “The Works of Sir Edwin Landseer” by W. Comos Monkhouse titled “In The Warren (1824)”. The author refers to the dogs as ‘English terriers’. The reverse bears label for Watling Street Galleries. English, 1824. Provenance: - C W Mansel Lewis - "The Works of Sir Edwin Landseer RA” by W Cosmo Monkhouse, published in 1879 which was "illustrated by 44 steel engravings and about 200 woodcuts". - Watling Street Galleries, 116 Watling Street East, Towcester, Northamptonshire


Paintings | Swedish Vallhund | Artist: Sir Edwin Landseer RA | Yr: 1824 |
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19 ) Hound and Terrier chasing a cat by Henry Thomas (1785-1851)


Paintings | Terrier | Artist: Henry Thomas | Yr: 1825 |
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20 ) English Toy Spaniel by Stephen Taylor (fl 1808-1849)
English Toy Spaniel by Stephen Taylor (fl 1808-1849). Oil on canvas of English Toy Spaniel puppies. SOLD


Paintings | Spaniels (English Toy) | Artist: Stephen Taylor | Yr: 1827 |
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21 ) Spaniels by Stephen Taylor (1817-1849)
Spaniels by Stephen Taylor (1817-1849). Oil painting. Dated 1828. SOLD


Paintings | Spaniel (Sussex) | Artist: Stephen Taylor | Yr: 1828 |
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22 ) Child portrait by Thomas Barber of Nottingham (c.1768-1843
Child portrait by Thomas Barber of Nottingham (c.1768-1843) Oil on canvas of 'Elizabeth Fletcher' 1 year & 11 months T Barber Pinxt 1828'. That same year Barber painted Elizabeth's parents Mr James Fletcher and Mrs Jas Fletcher. Possibly the James and Jas Fletcher's of the Rosehaugh Bennetsfield, Ethie, and Avoch estates.


Paintings | People | Artist: Thomas Barber | Yr: 1828 |
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23 ) Oil painting of King Charles Cavalier puppies by Stephen Taylor SOLD


Paintings | King Charles Cavalier Spaniel | Artist: Stephen Taylor | Yr: 1828 |
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24 ) "Dogs at Bay", English terriers pencil and chalk drawing by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873) from 1828
"Dogs at Bay”, a pencil drawing of two English playing with a hedgehog by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873) from 1824. The drawing is illustrated, as a woodblock, ‘Plate XXXII’ in “The Works of Sir Edwin Landseer” by W. Comos Monkhouse titled “Dogs at Bay”. The author refers to the dogs as ‘English terriers’. Possibly a study for “Jocko” a terrier and hedgehog commissioned for Lieut-Col Peers William, exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1828. The reverse bears label for Watling Street Galleries. English, 1828 Provenance: - Charles William Mansel Lewis - "The Works of Sir Edwin Landseer RA” by W Cosmo Monkhouse, published in 1879 which was "illustrated by 44 steel engravings and about 200 woodcuts". - Watling Street Galleries, 116 Watling Street East, Towcester, Northamptonshire


Paintings | Terrier | Artist: Sir Edwin Landseer RA | Yr: 1828 |
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25 ) Poodle Ink Well
French gilt metal inkwell topped with a seated poodle in a "Lion trim" cut. The interior reveals two ceramic inkwells and pen holders. French, circa 1830.


Objets D'Art | Poodle | Yr: 1830 |
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