Tamlyns Auction - Page 5

  • Lot 49 - 2008 Auction by Tamlyns

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    Lot 49

    DANIEL CLOWES OF CHESTER (1774-1829).

    Butcher, Portrait of a Hunter, signed, D. Clowes, entitled, Butcher, 17.75 inches x 24.75 inches, re-lined, contained within the original ebonised moulded frame with gilt slip. Gordon Edington, The Clowes Family of Chester Sporting Artists.

    A Visit to Nannau, Pages 12-13, Grosvenor Museum, Chester, 1985. Catalogue Raisonne D 78. Nannau Schedule of Contents 1958, No. 49.

  • Lot 50 - 2008 Auction by Tamlyns

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    Lot 50

    DANIEL CLOWES OF CHESTER 1774-1829.

    Trimmer, Portrait of a Hunter, signed, D. Clowes Pinxt, entitled, Trimmer, 18.75 inches x 24. 75 inches, re-lined, contained within the original ebonised moulded frame with gilt slip. Gordon Edington, The Clowes Family of Chester Sporting Artists -

    A Visit to Nannau, Pages 12-13, Grosvenor Museum, Chester, 1985. Catalogue Raisonne D 79. Nannau Schedule of Contents 1958, No. 50.

  • Lot 51 - 2008 Auction by Tamlyns

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    Lot 51

    Robert Williames Vaughan (1803-1859) later 3rd Baronet, Coming of Age Celebrations 25th June 1824 - A manuscript volume giving “The Names of the Gentlemen who were present at the celebration of the Birthday of Robert Williames Vaughan who attained the age of Twenty one years.” A list of the guests on 20 leaves. The volume also containing a folding pen & wash “Plan of the Form of Tables as it stood in the Straw Thatched Temporary room in the court, 25th June 1824, measuring 84 feet by 24 feet. 4 Tables measured each 32 feet by 3 feet, 2 end Tables 15 by 3, 193 sat down to Dinner.”

  • Lot 52 - 2008 Auction by Tamlyns

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    Lot 52

    A pair of complementary gold seals, with stag’s horn terminals, one inset with a carnelian intaglio inscribed, R.W.V, (Robert Williames Vaughan), the seal 0.625 inches x 0.75 inches, overall length 2 inches, the other, a chalcedony intaglio depicting the White Ox, inscribed, Nannau June 25th 1824, 197 Dined, the seal 0.625 inches x 0.75 inches, overall length 3.125 inches.

  • Lot 53 - 2008 Auction by Tamlyns

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    Lot 53

    A pair of glass tumblers engraved R W V June 25th 1824, one, a slight chip to edge of base with small internal flaw, 3.125 inches high. Nannau Schedule of Contents 1958 (Glass Cabinet).

  • Lot 54 - 2008 Auction by Tamlyns

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    Lot 54

    A set of four silver mounted oak cups modelled in the form of acorns, each engraved with a toast, in Welsh, and inscribed R.W.V. 25th June 1824, bearing two circular silver shields, one engraved with an image of Ceubren yr Ellyll (The Hollow Tree) dated 1813, the other, the arms of Vaughan impaling Mostyn, hallmarked London 1823, maker’s mark I.R within a shaped cartouche, 4.75 inches high, 3.625 inches diameter.

    Nannau Schedule of Contents 1958, No.61 “The Ceubren Cups”, Also made from Howel Sele’s Oak. They were used at Robert Vaughan’s Coming of Age celebrations. Each of the acorn shaped Stirrup Cups is inscribed with a different Welsh saying.

  • Lot 55 - 2008 Auction by Tamlyns

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    Lot 55

    The White Ox Candelabra The horns and hoofs mounted in silver, raised on pollard-oak rectangular plinth, the horns detachable for use as drinking vessels, each bearing a circular silver shield, one inscribed R.W.V June 25th 1824, the other engraved with the arms of Vaughan impaling Mostyn, hallmarked London 1824, maker's mark C.R, the ornate cast three branch candelabra by Joseph Cradock & William Ker Reid, hallmarked London 1825, weight of candelabra 65 oz, the pollard-oak plinth with a silver plaque each side, one inscribed, in Welsh, the other in English, overall height of trophy 23.75 inches, overall width 26.5 inches.

  • Lot 56 - 2008 Auction by Tamlyns

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    Lot 56

    The White Ox of Nannau - DANIEL CLOWES (1774-1829) - The Famous Nanney Ox, the last of the white herd of Nannau, slaughtered for the coming of age celebrations of the Vaughan heir, Robert Williames Vaughan, signed and dated, D. Clowes Pinxt 1824, inscribed, The Baron weighing 165 lb was roasted at Nannau June 25th 1824, and weight per quarter 246 lbs, 23.375 inches x 33.625 inches, re-lined, contained within the original ebonized moulded frame with gilt slip.