Matthew Barton Ltd

 

Matthew Barton holds specialised sales that target the general buyer but also attracts the specialist collectors and dealers in the field. Their sales are held in November and May with all lots exhibited in their rooms in Blythe Road prior to auction. As well as being able to view all lots on the website, they publish illustrated catalogues that are distributed internationally.

 

Matthew Barton offers free and confidential expert advice on the antique market, and also written evaluations for possible auction sale, insurance probate, family division and tax purposes.

 

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AN OPAL AND DIAMOND BROOCH, EARLY 19TH CENTURY
AN OPAL AND DIAMOND BROOCH, EARLY 19TH CENTURY, set with a central oval cabochon opal within a surround of cushion-shaped diamonds in closed back settings, fitted Garrard and Co case, 112 Regent Street, W1 Matthew Barton Ltd
A SCOTTISH GEORGE II SILVER CASTER, JAMES GILSLAND, ASSAY MASTER HUGH
A SCOTTISH GEORGE II SILVER CASTER, JAMES GILSLAND, ASSAY MASTER HUGH GORDON, EDINBURGH, 1748 plain vase shaped 12.5cm high, 123gr (3oz) Matthew Barton Ltd
A MEISSEN OUTSIDE DECORATED TOPOGRAPHICAL PLATE
A MEISSEN OUTSIDE DECORATED TOPOGRAPHICAL PLATE, 1840s\npainted with a titled view of Hamburg, depicting the harbour busy with sail and two paddle steamers, the fuchsia border with gilt bands, cancelled crossed swords marks in underglaze blue, incised marks and impressed numerals\n25.5cm diameter Matthew Barton Ltd
A SILVER AND SILVER-GILT 'SPASSKY-FISCHER' TRAVELLING CHESS SET, CY
A SILVER AND SILVER-GILT 'SPASSKY-FISCHER' TRAVELLING CHESS SET, CY ENDFIELD, LONDON, 1972 the stylised chessmen interlocking around silver-mounted perspex rods to form two cylinders, the folding board of silver and black leather squares, all in original fitted case, with instructions king 4cm high, pawn 2cm high, board 31cm wide The edition of 650 chess sets was produced as the sole accredited International Chess Federation commemorative set of the famous Spassky-Fischer World Championship Match held in Iceland in the July and August of 1972. Dubbed as the Match of the Century, Fisher's win ended the twenty-four-year Soviet domination of the championship. The film director and polymath, Cy Endfield (1914-95), designed and produced the chess set: according to The Times (who marketed 200 of the sets) it was whilst on location making Zulu (1964) and frustrated by the travelling chess set he was using, that Endfield was inspired by the notion of pieces which would interlock to form a cylinder. For another set from the same edition see Bloombury Auctions, 23rd October 2006, lot 195, sold for £750. Matthew Barton Ltd
**A MEISSEN MILK JUG AND COVER, CIRCA 1740
**A MEISSEN MILK JUG AND COVER, CIRCA 1740 reserved with figures in riverside scenes with gilt cartouches and puce and iron-red Laub-und-Bandelwerk, further painted with indianische Blumen, gilt spout and final, crossed sword marks in blue enamel and gilder's mark V 13.5cm high **Please note that this lot has been imported from outside the European Union (EU) to be sold at auction under Temporary Import Rules. When released to buyers within the EU, including the UK, the buyer will become the importer and must pay VAT at the rate of 5% on the hammer price and 20% on the Buyer's premium. Matthew Barton Ltd
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