John Faber (the Elder) (Dutch, 1650-1721) Charles I (1600-1649), King of England, Scotland and Ireland (1625-1649), wearing ermine-trimmed cloak, lace collar and the collar of the Order of St George, his hair worn to his shoulders
John Taylor (British, 1739-1838) The Reverend Dr. Thomas Hutchinson DD (1698-1769), standing before foliage and wearing a cloak over his double-breasted overcoat, waistcoat, chemise, stock and bands, his hat beneath his left arm
Attributed to Étienne Compardel (French, active circa 1640-1692) A Nobleman, standing before draping and wearing suit of armour, gold edged cream sash and white lace collar drawn with tassels, his left hand on his helmet, a baton in his right
Christian Friedrich Zincke (German, 1683/4-1767) A Nobleman, probably William Bentinck, 2nd Duke of Portland (1709-1762), wearing brown coat finished with gold embroidery, blue sash and breast star of the Order of the Garter, white chemise, stock and lace cravat, his powdered wig tied with black ribbon
Henry Pierce Bone (British, 1779-1855) Dorothy Spencer née Sydney, Countess of Sunderland (1617-1684), wearing umber robe over white chemise, four large rubies to her sleeve, a brown stole draped around her shoulders, pearl necklace and pendent earrings, her brown hair curled in ringlets beneath a broad-brimmed blue hat edged with gilt trim and finished with umber ribbonnext page
A successful bidder at this sale will be required to pay Bonhams 1793 Limited ("Bonhams") a premium calculated as follows:
25% on the first £100,000 of the hammer price
20% on the excess of £100,001 and up to £2,000,000 of the hammer price
12% on the excess of £2,000,001 of the hammer price
VAT at 20% will be payable on the amount of the premium.
Payment at collection: by credit or debit card.
|Ф||Item contains or is made of ivory|
This lot contains or is made of ivory. The United States Government has banned the import of ivory into the USA.
Subject to CITES regulations when exporting items outside of the EU, see clause 13.