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Auction Description for Golding Young & Mawer: Grantham Collective Sale
Viewing Notes:
3rd September 2pm to 6pm. Day of sale 8.30am to 10am.
Sale Notes:
Please contact auction house for Terms & Conditions.
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Grantham Collective Sale

(895 Lots)

by Golding Young & Mawer


895 lots | 891 with images

September 4, 2013

The Grantham Auction Rooms

Old Wharf Road

Grantham, NG31 7AA United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1476 565118

Fax: +44 (0)1476 561475

Email: bids@goldingyoung.com

Herbert 'Joseph' Cribb (1892-1967). A stone

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Description: Herbert 'Joseph' Cribb (1892-1967). A stone carving for the Eric Gill Studio Workshop depicting Christ on the cross, and with figures at his feet, inscribed 'AMOR MEUS CRUCI-FIXUS EST' in red text and with lead 'nails', the reverse inscribed 'H.J.Cribb 1927', 30cm x 30cm. 'Joseph' Cribb was recruited by Eric Gill as his apprentice in 1906 whereupon he was taught letter cutting and masonry skills by his master. Following the First World War on his return from France he joined Eric Gill amongst others in setting up the Guild of St Joseph and St Dominic on Ditchling Common. He became a prolific worker of stone carvings and decorative stone work and there are many examples of his work still in existence. Some examples of his work can be seen in Ditchling Museum and his life and works are well documented. Provenance: The vendor is the granddaughter of Lawrence Cribb who was Joseph Cribb's brother and who also worked for Eric Gill.

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Eric Gill. (1881-1940). Petra, girl in a bat, no

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Description: Eric Gill. (1881-1940). Petra, girl in a bat, no 2., engraving, signed in pencil, 11cm x 11cm.

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Eric Gill. (1882-1940). Pulchra, wood cut, signed

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Description: Eric Gill. (1882-1940). Pulchra, wood cut, signed in pencil, 15cm x 6.7cm, (AF).

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Henry Hughes (1822-1883). A stained glass window

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Description: Henry Hughes (1822-1883). A stained glass window panel depicting Edward 'The Black Prince', in a full length pose and inscribed 'The Black Prince', the panel was produced when Henry Hughes was a principal with the London firm of Ward and Hughes in 1870, the panel is signed an dated, 123cm x 57cm. The panel was inherited by the current owner and through the line of descent can be traced back to 1945 when it was salvaged from 'The old Rectory' at Elton in Northamptonshire. It was rebuilt at that time by Messrs Kelley & Co, Finsbury, London. The current owner was featured with the stained glass panel on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow in November 2003.

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A Lalique model of a bull, signed, 11cm long.

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Description: A Lalique model of a bull, signed, 11cm long.

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