Important Design

5 Apr 2017, starting at 14:00 BST .

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Gerrit Rietveld A 'Hoge' armchair designed c.1919, executed by Gerard van de Groenekan between 1979 and 1984

Red Chair (Rietveld model 1925) excecuted by Gerard van de Groenekan

Gerrit Rietveld A child's wheelbarrow, designed c.1923 and executed by Gerard van de Groenekan in 1984

Red Blue Chair (Rietveld model 1918) executed by Gerard van de Groenekan

A Brass Sculpture of a Stylised Male Head by Franz Hagenauer (Austrian, 1906-1986) STAMPED MANUFACTURER'S MARKS; MID 20TH CENTURY

A Hand-built Burnished and Carbonised Terracotta Vessel by Magdalene Odundo, OBE (Kenyan/British, 1950-) INCISED SIGNATURE TO BASE 'ODUNDO'; 1986

A Porcelain Bowl by Dame Lucie Rie (Austrian/British, 1902-1995) IMPRESSED 'LR' SEAL; CIRCA 1976

A pair of 19th century German parcel-gilt silver nine-light candelabra by Brahmfeld & Gutruf, Hamburg circa 1860

A renaissance revival silver-gilt large model of a cockerel 19th century, probably German, with pseudo marks for Jacob Stoer or George Schryer

A pair of 19th century Dutch silver chestnut vases and covers by Diederik Lodewijk Bennewitz & Son, Amsterdam 1821 (2)

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