Antique engraving: Early sporting interest…the game of “knurr and spell” a forerunner to golf First published 1885, engraved by E Kaufman from an original by Geo.Walker C.1814
Frame: 19″ by 16″
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Incredible study of a teal by local artist Pauline McGowan…every single tiny feather is actually finely carved wood! – SOLD
“An Afternoon Tipple” – Oil on canvas of Interior Genre scene attributed to Jessica Hayllar 1858-1940
“EAST ANGLIAN ANTIQUES SELLING EXHIBITION” THIS NOVEMBER!
John Berney Ladbrooke 1803-1879, Oil, Landscape with stream and sluice gate
Joseph Geldart, Signed chalk, Portrait artists son
Henry Cheadle (fl. 1875-1878) – Oil on canvas of rural logging scene, artist from Birmingham painted scenes in Wales and the West Midlands
Gilt framed and mounted print: Sir William Russell Flint
This tiny postage stamp box is only 4cms by 3.5cms and is decorated with Queen Victoria’s head, a miniature work of art with “Tunbridgeware” micro mosaic inlays – SOLD
Thomas Churchyard 1798-1865, watercolour, Watermill near Woodbridge, provenance: Family member
Adam Barland fl.1843-1875, Exhibited Royal Academy Mid 1800s, Signed oil on canvas in lovely gilt frame, the cowman with his little girl and dog!