Interiors : style & spirit.

Interiors : style & spirit.
Christie's South Kensington, Ltd.
London : Christie's, 2013.
14 p. : col. ill. ; 33 cm.
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Christie's SK June 11-12, 2013
Auction catalog.
Sale no.: 8893
Sale no.: 9945
Includes price list.
Includes index.
June 11-12, 2013.
Purchase Christie's; 2013; 2000022377
Lot 20: pair of French silver-gilt mounted glass claret jugs, mark of Veuve Rissler et Carré, Paris, early 20th century.
Lot 57: French gilt-bronze and glass lustre chandelier of Empire style, late 19th century.
Lot 61: late Victorian ormolu and agate-mounted grained walnut liqueur casket by Mappin & Webb, London, Late 19th century.
Lot 64: French silver-gilt mounted etched glass claret jug, mark of E.D. Tetard, Paris, circa 1890.
Lot 77: stainless steel and glass barometric-driven atmos clock with 1000 year calendar and phases of the moon, Jaeger-Lecoutlre, Atmos du Millnaire, "Atlantis", no. 702872, circa 2000.
Lot 170: George III silver four-bottle oil and vinegar cruet, mark of Andrew Fogelberg, London, 1779.
Lot 243: English glass twenty-four light chandelier, mid 20th century.
Lot 267: 'Olives' a Daum cameo, applied and wheel carved glass vase, circa 1910.
Lot 274: Daum cased and enamelled glass vase, circa 1915.
Lot 303: pair of French silvered-brass and glass lustre candelabra, circa 1910.
Lot 305: group of four William IV silver-gilt mounted-glass toilet bottles, mark of Paul Storr, London, 1832.
Lot 310: cut-glass six-light chandelier of George III style, second half 20th century.
Lot 347: set of six Victorian lacquered brass and glass-mounted wall appliques, circa 1870.
Lot 407: pair of glass and brass table lamps attributed to Fontana Arte, circa 1950.
Lot 410: set of three Fontana Arte glass and brass wall appliques, circa 1950.
Lot 411: Fontana Arte glass and brass occasional table designed by Cesare Lacca, circa 1955.
Lot 466: pair of Italian purple glass table lamps, Venetian, mid-20th century.
Lot 468: large Italian glass framed mirror in the manner of Venini, mid 20th century.
Lot 606: Arts & Crafts brass and frosted glass four light chandelier, circa 1900.
Lot 613: set of six brass and frosted glass twin-branch wall lights, circa 1900.
Lot 617: W.A.S. Benson brass and glass adjustable table lamp, circa 1900.
Lots 621-622: W.A.S. Benson and James Powell & Sons brass and glass vases, circa 1890.
Lot 623: Large cantagalli lustre bowl for Morris & Co., circa 1880-90.
Lots 625-626: sets of James Powell & Sons glasses, attributed to Harry Powell, circa 1890s.
Lot 628: W.A.S. Benson copper, brass, silver-plated and glass wall light, circa 1890.
Lot 631: set of eight James Powell & Sons hock glasses designed by T.G. Jackson, circa 1870s.
Lot 636: leaded, coloured and painted glass roundel, early 20th century.
Lot 638: Arts & Crafts leaded and clear glass oak framed three-fold screen, after E.A. Taylor, circa 1900.
Lot 641: 'Mermaid' Hanna Walton painted enamel glass vase, circa 1900.
Lot 676: Gothic revival pitch-pine and leaded glass door, circa 1875.
Lot 678: stained and leaded glass window, late 19th century.
Lot 680: Gothic revival brass, cast iron and glass chandelier, circa 1880.
Lot 682: Tazzas with rock crystal drops.
Lot 693: Continental adjustable brass and glass table lamp, circa 1900.
Lot 699: Cox and Sons ebonised wood and stained glass folding firescreen, circa 1875.
Lot 720: James Powell & Sons glass 'Peacock Feather' liqueur set, circa 1890.
Lot 730: 'Spring' Louis Foreman Day stained glass window, circa 1880.
Lot 732: W.A.S. Benson wrought-iron, brass and glass adjustable table lamp.
Lot 747: six aesthetic movement gilt-metal twin-branch wall lights with glass shades, circa 1880.
Lot 757:Arts & Crafts brass mounted and glass wall lantern, circa 1900.
Lot 759: James Powell & Sons Whitefriars stained glass window designed by C. Rupert Moore Arca FMGP, circa 1934.
Lot 760: 'The Spider's Web Dance' Alfred Lashbrook Wilkinson stained glass window design, circa 1930.
Lot 762: pair of Art Deco consoles and en suite mirrors by Charles Cameron Baillie, circa 1930.
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June 11-12, 2013.