Tamlyns Auction - Page 3

  • Lot 24 - 2008 Auction by Tamlyns

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    Lot 24

    An early 19th century porcelain cup, with twin leaf capped scroll handles on circular pedestal foot, inscribed, Sir R.W. Vaughan Bart Nannau Hall 1832, in gold, within a laurel garland with ribbon-tie bow, the reverse painted with an arrangement of wild flowers, decorated in coloured enamels and gilding, painter’s mark in red enamel within the foot rim, 6 inches high, 9 inches overall width, across handles. Sir Robert Williames Vaughan (1768-1843) 2nd Baronet.

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    Lot 25

    Sir Robert Howell Vaughan 1724-1792 His gold mourning ring, of oval form, Sr R.H. VAUGHAN BART OB : 13 OCTR 1792 AET. 67, on a cobalt blue enamel garter, enclosing a classical urn decorated in blue and white enamel, on a pale blue opalescent glass ground, with seed pearl border, now converted to a pendant.

  • Lot 26 - 2008 Auction by Tamlyns

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    Lot 26

    Sir Robert Howell Vaughan Three documents on vellum - The first a Letters Patent creating Robert Howell Vaughan a Baronet; on two membranes, decorative engraved borders incorporating a large portrait of George III, with suspended Great Seal in metal skippet. The seal however now damaged and incomplete. 1791. unframed, 25.5 inches x 35 inches.

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    Lot 27

    Lady Anne Vaughan 1731-1791. Her gold mourning ring, of oval form, depicting a pedestal column with urn, in cobalt blue and white enamel, the column purposely detached and lying beneath the plinth, the pedestal monogrammed AV, all on a woven hair ground, inscribed to reverse, Anne Vaughan ob 4 Mar 1791 aet 60.

  • Lot 28 - 2008 Auction by Tamlyns

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    Lot 28

    A portrait miniature of Ann Williames (1731-1791) aged 10, watercolour on ivory, unsigned, 1.125 inches x 1 inch, contained within a gilt metal oval frame, inscribed Williames to the reverse (unexamined out of frame).

    Ann Williames, daughter of Edward Williames of Ystumcolwyn, Meillionydd, Co. Montgomery, married c.1767 Robert Howell Vaughan (later 1st Baronet) of Hengwrt and Nannau, Co. Merioneth. Nannau Schedule of Contents 1958 (Case of Miniatures-M14) “Anne Williames (m. Robert Howell Vaughan) aged 10. (1740)”.

  • Lot 29 - 2008 Auction by Tamlyns

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    Lot 29

    Sir Robert Williames Vaughan Hengwrt and Nannau 2nd Baronet (1768-1843). His mourning ring, in 18ct gold, OB : 22 . APRIL . 1843 : AE : 76, around the bezel on a black enamelled ground, and containing a lock of his hair, the shoulders, on one side SIR . R : W , the other, VAUGHAN : BT, the outside of the shank in raised relief, IN MEMORY OF, hallmarked London 1843.

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    Lot 30

    Edward Williames Vaughan-Salusbury Rhug (1769-1807). His mourning ring, in 22ct gold, E : W : V : S : O B : 15 . SEP : 1807 . AET : 38, on a black enamelled ground within white enamelled and gadrooned gold borders, hallmarked London 1807, maker’s mark W.H, E.H, within a shaped cartouche.

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    Lot 31

    Edward Williames Vaughan-Salusbury. A pair of 18th Century complementary gold fob seals, of similar oval form with fluted decoration, each with carnelian intaglio, one displaying his initials EWVS and crest, indicating cadency for a second son, the seal 1.25 inches x 1 inch, overall height 1.5 inches, the other, his coat of arms, quarterly of four, the seal 1.625 inches x 1 inch, overall height 1.5 inches.

  • Lot 32 - 2008 Auction by Tamlyns

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    Lot 32

    Rhûg An 18th Century Estate table seal, with silver-pique ivory handle, the intaglio inscribed, R U G, in Gothic capitals, the seal 0.625 inches diameter, overall height 3 inches.

    The Rhûg estate, near Corwen, which had been in the possession of the Salusbury family since the end of the 15th Century, was left in 1780 by the will of Maria Charlotte Pugh, granddaughter of Owen Salusbury, to her cousin Edward Williames Vaughan, second son of Sir Robert Howell Vaughan of Nannau and Hengwrt. On Edward’s death in 1807, it passed to his younger brother, Griffith Howell Vaughan. When Griffith died in 1848, the estate was inherited by his nephew Sir Robert Williames Vaughan, 3rd Baronet, who lived there until his demise in 1859.

  • Lot 33 - 2008 Auction by Tamlyns

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    Lot 33

    A pair of Queen Anne silver candlesticks of octagonal baluster form with integral drip pans, by Anthony Nelme, hallmarked London 1710, engraved with original scratchweight, and later crest, 6.25 inches high, 21 oz.

    The crest is that of Edward Williames Vaughan (1769-1807), 2nd son of Sir Robert Howell Vaughan, 1st Baronet of Nannau. He later adopted the name Vaughan-Salusbury. Colonel of the 1st Regiment of Foot Guards, (renamed the Grenadier Guards in 1815 in recognition of their defeat of the Grenadiers of the French Imperial Guard at Waterloo), he saw service in Flanders, and in the Peninsular War. He died unmarried, at Syracuse in 1807. Nannau Schedule of Contents 1958, No.63.

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    Lot 34

    A George III silver double-cup, modelled in the form of a barrel, by Hester Bateman, hallmarked London 1787, one half inscribed, Nanney 1787, the other, Hengwrt 1788, 4,25 inches overall height, 5 oz.

    The inscriptions refer to the restoration of the Hengwrt Estate to Robert Howell Vaughan, originally left to him in 1783 by the will of his brother Hugh Vaughan, Squire of Hengwrt, by the decree of the Lord Chancellor, Lord Thurlow (1731-1806), issued on 16th July 1788, after arbitration by Richard Richards and John Mitford (later Baron Redesdale) at Dolgellau in July, August and September 1786, following certain financial claims made against the estate. Hugh. J. Owen. Chief Baron Richards of The Exchequer; reprinted from the Journal of the Merioneth Historical Record Society, Volume IV, Part I, 1961. Nannau Schedule of Contents 1958, No.32B.

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    Lot 35

    John Scott, Earl of Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain A Continental commemorative silver tankard, with beaded handle, scroll thumbpiece and gadrooned borders, with foliate decoration raised on spreading foot, town mark and maker's mark to underside of the base, not identified, cover detached, 5.375 inches high, 14 oz.

  • Lot 36 - 2008 Auction by Tamlyns

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    Lot 36

    A Regency three piece silver teaset of shaped oval form, with leaf capped scroll handle and gadrooned borders, raised on ball feet, with original gilt interior, by Crispin Fuller, hallmarked London 1810, engraved with an armorial and crest, 40 oz.

    The arms are those of John Vaughan (1770-1852) of Chilton Grove, Co. Salop, who married Jane Littlehales (20th October 1790), granddaughter of Ralph Littlehales of Dawley, Shropshire, whose portrait miniature was painted by Bernard Lens.