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1 ) Saddled Horses by H. S. Cottereil
Miniature oil on panel of Saddled Horses by H. S. Cottereil, Circa 1860


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2 ) Gold Horse Equestrian Bracelet
Horse/Equestrian reverse intaglio crystal in gold bracelet. Marked "14ct" American, circa 1920.


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3 ) Horse Pendant
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4 ) Gold Ivory Horse Whip SOLD


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5 ) Horse Whip
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6 ) Double side gold set reverse intaglio horse Cufflinks
Double side gold set reverse intaglio cufflinks depicting four different horses. Reverse intaglio crystals are commonly and erroneously often called Essex Crystals.


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7 ) Horse Bar Brooch
14ct gold bar brooch in the shape of a whip, with reverse Intaglio crystal black horse. Circa 1910. Reverse intaglio crystals are commonly and erroneously often called Essex Crystals.


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8 ) Reverse Intaglio Crystal brooch of two horses heads set in gold.
Marked to the reverse 'Dorothy Cooksey Marcus Xmas 1909' The brooch is further stamped 'Marcus & co', the mark of the highly respected New York jewellery firm, Marcus & Company. Dorothy Cooksey Marcus came to England in 1912, deserting her husband and children claiming her affection were grater for her horses and dogs than her family. It was interestingly reported in The New York Times of 19th August 1915. Reverse intaglio crystals are commonly and erroneously often called Essex Crystals.


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9 ) Reverse intaglio crystal brooch of three horses
Reverse intaglio crystal brooch of three bridled horses learning over a fence. Interestingly mounted in 14 carat gold with horseshoe and bridle bits. The crystal carving and painting possibly the work of Ernst Marius Pradier (English, b.1881), and American gold set, possibly commissioned through "The Crossroads of Sport Inc New York" Marked to the reverse “14k”. English / America circa 1960’s.


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Click to see full size: A set of four hunting oils by Charles Waller Shayer

10 ) A set of four hunting oils by Charles Waller Shayer (English, 1826-1914) and Henry Shayer (English, 1825-1894)
A set of four hunting oils on canvas by Charles Waller Shayer (English, 1826-1914) and Henry Shayer (English, 1825-1894). “The Meet”, “Over the Ditch”, “Finding the Scent”, and “The Kill”. All signed bottom lower left “H. & C. Shayer”.


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11 ) Oil of the Donnybrook Fair by Richard Barrett Davis (English, 1782-1854)
Oil on canvas of the famous Donnybrook Fair, near Dublin by Richard Barrett Davis (English, 1782-1854). The reverse bears the label “Vicars Brothers Fine Art Dealers Printsellers and Publishers 12 Old Bond Street, London WI” and written in ink “Oil Painting, Donnybrook Fair R. B Davis”. The historic Donnybrook Fair was founded in 1204 by a royal charter of King John. Held in late August to mid-September, the fair became one of Ireland's principal markets. Today's dictionaries define donnybrook as a free-for-all or brawl owing to the "rough merriment" for which the fair came to be known. The fair was abolished in 1868. Provenance: Vicar Brothers, London Christie's New York, Important British and American Sporting Paintings, 8th June, 1984


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12 ) Equestrian horse and bit silver bracelet
Equestrian horse and bit silver bracelet. Assayed.


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13 ) Oil of The Donnybrook Horse Fair, Dublin by Richard Barrett Davis (English, 1782-1854)
An oil on canvas of The Donnybrook Horse Fair, Dublin by Richard Barrett Davis (English, 1782-1854), painted on the artist’s visit to Dublin. The historic Donnybrook Fair was founded in 1204 by a royal charter of King John. Held in late August to mid-September, the fair became one of Ireland's principal markets. Today's dictionaries define Donnybrook as a free-for-all or brawl owing to the "rough merriment" for which the fair came to be known. The fair was abolished in 1868. English, circa 1830. Provenance: Vicar Brothers, London Christie's New York, Important British and American Sporting Paintings, June 8, 1984.


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14 ) Saddled Coach Horses by H.S. Cottrell (op. 1840-1860)
Saddled Coach Horses, a miniature by H.S. Cottrell (op. 1840-1860). English circa 1860.


Minatures | Horse | Artist: H.S. Cottrell | Yr: 1860 |
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15 ) Saddled by H.S. Cottrell (op. 1840-1860)
Saddled by H.S. Cottrell (op. 1840-1860). English circa 1860.


Minatures | Horse | Artist: H.S. Cottrell | Yr: 1860 |
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Click to see full size: A patinated bronze and gold horse head stick pin

16 ) A patinated bronze and gold horse head stick pin
A patinated bronze horse head, wearing a gold bridle, stick pin. French, circa 1860. Such work was done by Jean-Valentin Morel (1794-1860) et Henri Duponchel (Morel et Duponchel) based at Rue Neuve Saint Augustin. Their work was retailed in the rich Parisian market.


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Click to see full size: Royal Mail coaching oil ‘Portsmouth to London’ by H. F Jones (English, op, 1860–1870)

17 ) Royal Mail coaching oil ‘Portsmouth to London’ by H. F Jones (English, op, 1860–1870)
An oil on canvas of a Royal Mail ‘Portsmouth to London (Bull & Mouth)’ coach laden with passengers and luggage crossing English heathland, by H. F. Jones (English, op, 1860–1870). The coach wearing the correct Post Office red wheels, and black panelling but with yellow doors, bearing the livery of the Bull and Mouth, Portsmouth Bull & Mouth London” above an image of a bull. The Bull and Mouth, Bull and Mouth Street (London) was a famous London coaching inn. Signed bottom right " H. F. Jones ". English, circa 1865. “Bull and Mouth” The great coaching-inn of Aldersgate Street, in the old time, was the “Bull and Mouth.” The original name of this inn was “Boulogne Mouth,” in allusion to the town and harbour of Boulogne, besieged by Henry VIII. But the “gne,” being generally pronounced by the Londoners “on,” it gradually became “an,” and it only required the small addition of “d” to make “and” of it. The first part being before this made a “bull” of, it was ultimately converted into the “Bull and Mouth.”


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Click to see full size: Royal Mail coaching oil by H. F Jones (English, op, 1860–1870)

18 ) Royal Mail coaching oil by H. F Jones (English, op, 1860 -1870)
An oil on canvas of a Royal Mail coach laden with passengers and luggage crossing the countryside, having just left a coaching inn in the distance, by H. F Jones (English, op, 1860 - 1870). The coach wearing the correct Post Office red wheels, and black panelling but with ochre doors and displaying destinations and the livery of a painted fox . Signed and dated bottom right " H. F. Jones 1867". English, circa 1867.


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Click to see full size: Gold set cameo brooch of a French horse racing scene

19 ) Gold set cameo brooch of a French horse racing scene.
Remarkable and rare helmet shell cameo intricately carved with five horses racing, spectators and a royal box. Possibly Chantilly, mounted in an elaborate gold frame. French, circa 1880.


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20 ) An oil of a coaching scene “The Royal Mail Passing a Hunt Meet” by William Joseph Shayer junior (English, 1811-1892)
An oil on canvas off “The Royal Mail Passing a Hunt Meet” at speed through heathland by William Joseph Shayer junior (English, 1811-1892). Note the factory bellowing smoke from its tall chimney in the distance. Signed and dated bottom right “W J Shayer 1881”


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Click to see full size: oil of a Royal Mail Coach travelling across open heath by William Joseph

21 ) Coaching oil, the Leeds Royal Mail by Samuel Henry Alken (English, 1810-1894)
Coaching oil of the Leeds Royal Mail at speed across the Yorkshire Moors by Samuel Henry Alken (English, 1810-1894). 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, “Leeds”. Signed on a rock bottom left “H Alken”. English, circa 1885


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Click to see full size: Oil on canvas of horse / hunter and Foxhound by Wright Barker RBA

22 ) Oil on canvas of horse / hunter and Foxhound by Wright Barker RBA (English, 1864 - 1941)
Oil on canvas of horse / hunter before a stable and fence looking down on a Foxhound by Wright Barker RBA (English, 1864 - 1941). Signed and dated bottom right “W Barker 86”. English, 1886.


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23 ) Ink and pencil sketch on paper of a Shire Horse by Thomas Blinks. English circa 1890.


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Click to see full size: An oil of horses and foal by Henri Schouten

24 ) An oil of horses and foal by Henri (Henry) Schouten (Belgium, 1857 - 1927)
An oil of a stallion and mare with their foal, in a landscape with trees by Henri (Henry) Schouten (Belgium, 1857 - 1927). Signed bottom left “Henri Schouten”


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25 ) A coaching oil on canvas of the "London to Salisbury" and "Moses Pickwick's" carriages "Passing Stonehenge" by John Charles Maggs (English, 1819-1896)
A wonderful and historic Royal Mail coaching oil on canvas of the �London to Salisbury� coach driving in the opposite direction and Moses Pickwick�s coach both �Passing Stonehenge� by John Charles Maggs (English, 1819-1896). The Royal Mail bearing signage �Salisbury London� coach wearing the correct Royal Mail livery, black with red door and lower panels, and Post Office red wheels. The �Mosses Pickwick� coach bearing signed �Pickwick Bath�. Moses Pickwick, a coachman who was born in Pickwick, lived in Corsham at the "Hare and Hounds" inn, and ran coaches between Bath and London. (Corsham was the inspiration for Charles Dickens' novel The Pickwick Papers. It is said Dickens borrowed Mosses Pickman�s name for his novel Pickwick Papers). Signed and dated bottom left �J. C Maggs /95�. The reverse bears gallery label for �Daniel Rees Fine Art Dealer Jackson Michigan�, and a further �14. X.26� dated stock label �J.C Maggs , 19th Century, English School, titled �Passing Stonehenge�. English 1895. Provenance Daniel Rees �Fine Art Dealer� Jackson Michigan. Provenance Daniel Rees �Fine Art Dealer� Jackson Michigan


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