Lyon & Turnbull

Established in Edinburgh in 1826, Lyon & Turnbull are Scotland's oldest firm of auctioneers. Lyon & Turnbull are now becoming identified on an international stage, setting world record prices for British and continental paintings along with outstanding results in other areas, such as jewellery, silver, furniture, ceramics, books and decorative arts. This has been aided by our marketing alliance with Freeman's, America's oldest auction house, since 2000. Both companies strive to employ the latest marketing techniques and share our expertise to extend our reach. This is demonstrated most notably through our cooperation in selling works of art in the most advantageous venue, leading to some exceptional prices. Responding to the growth of business from Southern England, 2006 saw the opening of the London Gallery in Pall Mall, which holds regular exhibitions and events as well as advance previews of selected items from forthcoming sales. Building on this presence, January 2008 saw our inaugural London sale, when The Deloitte Art Collection was auctioned in the Royal Academy of Arts to widespread interest. Due to the increasing volume of business from the West of Scotland, 2008 also saw the Glasgow office move to a larger and more prominent gallery site on Bath Street, the city's traditional art and antiques centre.

Lyon & Turnbull are members of Association of Accredited Auctioneers - AAA combines 20 UK auction houses, with a combined annual turnover of over £200m. Each member auction house has built a reputation for quality and integrity, many over a period of hundreds of years. AAA members are committed to the highest standards of creditability and services to buyers and sellers.


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MATCHED PAIR OF IVORY AND SILVER MOUNTED PEPPER GRINDERS, HUKIN & HEATH, BIRMINGHAM, 1923 & 1936
MATCHED PAIR OF IVORY AND SILVER MOUNTED PEPPER GRINDERS\nHUKIN & HEATH, BIRMINGHAM, 1923 & 1936\none of tapering cylindrical form the other of swept cylindrical form both with silver mounts, together with a VICTORIAN SILVER PEPPER GRINDER, Joseph Braham, London 1888, of cylindrical form with wrythen embossed detail; and a GEORGE III SILVER MUG, London 1761, of plain baluster form (4)\n\nNote: Please be aware that this lot contains material which may be subject to import/export restrictions, especially outside the EU, due to CITES regulations. Please note it is the buyer's sole responsibility to obtain any relevant export or import licence. For more information visit http://www.defra.gov.uk/ahvla-en/imports-exports/cites/ Lyon & Turnbull
A set of four horn mounted roebuck antlers,, each mounted on a stained beech shield, carved with pine branches and cones
A set of four horn mounted roebuck antlers,\n\neach mounted on a stained beech shield, carved with pine branches and cones\neach 34cm high Lyon & Turnbull
MARCEL GUILLARD FOR EDITIONS ETLING, PARIS, CERAMIC FIGURE, CIRCA 1925
MARCEL GUILLARD FOR EDITIONS ETLING, PARIS\nCERAMIC FIGURE, CIRCA 1925\nmodelled in the Art Deco style, as a nude female kneeling on a grey painted base, impressed mark FRANCE/ EDITIONS ETLING PARIS/ COSTES, and indistinct impressed mark MARCEL GUILLARD\n14cm high Lyon & Turnbull
A gentleman's 9ct gold dress set,, to include four buttons, cufflinks and studs, each with square mother of pearl panel set to the...
A gentleman's 9ct gold dress set,\nto include four buttons, cufflinks and studs, each with square mother of pearl panel set to the centre with a seed pearl, maker Deakin & Francis, contained in a fitted case stamped:\n"Asprey & Co. Ltd, New Bond Street, London" Lyon & Turnbull
Aberdeen printing - Hay, Peter, An advertisement to the subjects of Scotland, of the fearful dangers threatned to Christian States;...
Aberdeen printing - Hay, Peter\nAn advertisement to the subjects of Scotland, of the fearful dangers threatned to Christian States; and namely, to Great Britain, by the ambition of Spayne... Aberdene [sic.]: printed by Edward Raban, 1627. 4to, eighteenth century half calf, bookplate of Catherine Kinnear, corner of pp.33-34 torn away, not affecting text, corners rubbed Lyon & Turnbull

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Edinburgh Saleroom
33 Broughton Place
Edinburgh
EH1 3RR
T: +44 (0)131 557 8844
F: +44 (0)131 557 8668
info@lyonandturnbull.com
Glasgow Office and Gallery
182 Bath Street
Glasgow
G2 4HG
T: +44 (0)141 333 1992
F: +44 (0)141 332 8240
glasgow@lyonandturnbull.com
London Office and Gallery
78 Pall Mall
London
SW1Y 5ES
T: +44 (0)0207 930 9115
F: +44 (0)0207 930 7274
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