Smiths of Newent’s sale on April 7 in Gloucester features this near pair of Martin Brothers stoneware vases incised with dragons.
In near mint condition, each are signed Martin Bros London & Southall to the bases and are dated October 1896.
Over 130 drawings from the personal collection of the caricaturist and cartoonist Gerald Scarfe (b.1936) will be offered at Sotheby’s London on April 5.
Pictured here is a 2ft 5in x 23in (75 x 59cm) pen, ink and watercolour depicting the Queen and Jeremy Corbyn.
‘Kneel! You snivelling bastard’, was drawn for The Sunday Times in 2015 and is estimated at £4000-6000.
Pictures dating from the 18th century to the later Newlyn, St Ives and Modern British Schools feature in WH Lane & Son’s sale on March 30 in Penzance, Cornwall.
Among the highlights is this vernal stilllife of daffodils in a glass jug by Winifred Nicholson (1893-1981).
The 16 x 12in (40 x 30cm) oil on canvas is signed to the verso and includes a label for Henry Gilbert of the Wills Lane Gallery in St Ives.