Rendells take this opportunity of thanking you all for your support this year whether you are vendors, buyers in the saleroom, commission, telephone bidders or bidders online. This is our first year of auctioning online and we have sold to buyers from all five continents, but there are still quite a few countries that we have to reach!!

Many thanks, our next sale is on 25th and 26th January 2018 and we wish you all the Compliments of the Season and a Prosperous New Year. 

Principal prices paid for some of the better Lots in the sale follow: Bold text items are illustrated.


Lot 102: A 6’ 2” waxed pine two part dresser with moulded cornice, three shelf open plate rack and base with four frieze drawers, central open shelves and flanking panelled cupboard doors. Sold for £320. Lot 116: A 4’ 1 Ό” Victorian waxed pine larder cupboard with shelves enclosed by a pair of panelled doors, set on plinth base with bun feet. Sold for £260. Lot 142: A 4’ 9” 19th Century figured mahogany two part linen press with adapted hanging and slide interior, over a base with two short and two long graduated drawers. Sold for £240. Lot 158: A 4’ 4” modern stool with flat weave Kelim upholstery, set on polished wood turned legs. Sold for £200. Lot 239: A Rococo style framed wall mirror with later painted finish and panelled back, set on a marble plinth with wrought iron brackets – 8’ 2” x 6’ 5 ½”. Sold for £380. Lot 278: A 3’ 1 ½” 19th Century stained hardwood Royal Navy transit trunk with large brass plaque to lid and flanking ornate woven rope carrying handles. Sold for £200.


Lot 382: A 9 ½” diameter 19th Century carved oak rope twist bordered aneroid wall barometer by Christie & Keeble, Bury St. Edmunds. Sold for £80. Lot 389: A maritime stained hardwood wall hanging corner barometer with anchor motif to door – works missing. Sold for £65. Lot 391: A 19th Century French Empire period mahogany cased bracket clock with strike repeat alarm movement, on later bracket. Sold for £220. Lot 395: A Regency mahogany and gilt metal cased bracket clock with 7 Ύ” painted domed dial, the associated engraved shouldered plate twin fusee movement with repeat strike and replacement bell, set on cast lion paw feet. Sold for £380 and Lot 408: A late 19th Century walnut cased dome top table clock with silvered dial, Arabic numerals and Winterhalder & Hofmeier eight day quarter striking movement. Sold for £85.


Lot 514: A mid/late 19th Century continental folk art draughts board with wall hanging hook and flanking compartments containing a complete set of turned wood pieces – international version. Sold for £220. Lot 523: A 1930’s-1940’s Mek Elek Meklite industrial wall mounted task light with three pints of articulation. Sold for £110. Lot 543: A 1930’s Herbert Terry Anglepoise 1208 table lamp with original Crabtree shade. Sold for £140. Lot 571: A 19” long 19th Century Black Forest finely carved walnut model depicting two horses tied together – one saddled, and a small dog, before a broken fence, set on a shaped and stepped base bearing painted signature F. Buri – 15” high. Sold for £920. Lot 573: A large oblong glass dome 32” long x 15” high, set on an ebonised base. Sold for £440. Lot 577: A collection of centre pin fishing reels. Sold for £80. Lot 582: A mid 20th Century Iver C. Weilbach & Co., Kobenhavn binnacle compass. Sold for £90 and Lot 586: A Victorian musical box with three bells and butterflies – in need of restoration. Sold for £120


Lot 395. Sold £380.

Lot 571. Sold £920.


Lot 588. Sold £400.

Lot 667. Sold £440.

Lot 736. Sold £620.

Rendells Stonepark Sales Report For The Two Day Auction Held on 14th and 15th December 2017


Lot 588: A suitcase containing a collection of thirteen old hand bells from C consecutively to G, with leather handles – leather in various condition. Sold for £400. Lot 636: A 50” full height mid 20th Century Collinson rocking horse on 58” safety rocker – in need of restoration. Sold for £200. Lot 642: A vintage wood millinery adjustable hat block/stretcher. Sold for £180. Lot 648: A vintage Kern surveyor’s theodolite with box, tripod and measuring staff. Sold for £90. Lot 664: A Burns Novelty & Toys pedal fire truck – some paint loss. Sold for £100. Lot 667: A 48” high modern dapple grey rocking horse by local firm Horseplay of Broadhempston – 48” long, bearing plaque to polished wood safety rocker base. Sold for £440. Lot 681: Private George James Rolfe, 9242 1st Battalion South Wales Borderers: 1914 Star, with clasp and Victory medal – sold with a boxed Civil Defence Long Service medal. Sold for £160. Lot 686: A mid 19th Century Chinese carved tortoiseshell snuff box decorated with figures in a garden setting within meandering border – hinge a/f. Sold for £120. Lot 736: An early 20th Century oak cased barograph by Callaghan & Co., 23A New Bond Street, London, with accessories in drawer to base. Sold for £620 and Lot 744: A 1934 Leica III camera No. 139234 with 50mm f3.5 Elmar lens and original leather case. Sold for £180.


Lot 1016: Six different Royal Albert Provincial Flowers pattern trios – one repaired handle. Sold for £110. Lot 1047: A Wedgwood part tea and coffee set with floral decoration. Sold for £240. Lot 1066: A clear glass carboy – sold with two glass bell cloches. Sold for £75. Lot 1100: A 6 Ό” late Victorian Martin Bros. vase with incised floral decoration on brown ground, signed R.W. Martin, Southall 1880 – minor repair to top. Sold for £240. Lot 1122: A 6 ½” late Victorian Martin Bros. vase with incised foliage and berries on blue and green ground, signed R.W. Martin, London 1875. Sold for £370 and Lot 1131: A 14 ½” Chinese temple jar with lion finial to lid and dragon and floral decoration, apocryphal four character Kangxi mark to base. Sold for £190.


Lot 1204: A large bell with cast decoration, named TAYLOR and dated 1901, on circular wood stand. Sold for £100. Lot 1217: An 18” high Indian brass bird pattern jewellery casket with applied decoration and velvet lined interior. Sold for £95. Lot 1222: An 8 Ό” gilt brass royal coat of arms of George V. Sold for £110 and Lot 1225: An 8 Ύ” diameter cloisonnι lipped bowl with floral border on green ground within a yellow exterior depicting blue dragons. Sold for £80.


Lot 1271: A 2001 Volkswagen 1.9Ltr Tdi Golf SE in silver with MOT until 17th Feb 2018, 153,311 recorded miles, recent new battery and four good Michelin Energy Saver tyres – Reg Y173 KDV. Sold for £500.


Lot 1312: A marked 9ct. yellow metal bracelet, set with fourteen oval opals, safety chain and lobster clasp. Sold for £240. Lot 1328: A 9ct. gold fancy link necklace – sold with a bracelet to match. Sold for £300 and Lot 1329: An 18ct. gold ring, set with central oval sapphire within a ten stone diamond border. Sold for £220.


Lot 1373: A pair of mid 18th Century ornate stained gesso mask framed engravings “Physick” and “Law”, engraved by J. Boydell, Cheapside, 1736. Sold for £280. Lot 1375: Beryl Cook: a gilt framed small coloured print depicting a male stripper – signed in pencil. Sold for £100. Lot 1390: George Morland: a gilt framed oil on canvas, depicting a figure and two donkeys on a woodland track with village and pastures in background – signed and dated 1798 – 9 ½” x 11 ½”. Sold for £580. Lot 1406: a framed watercolour cartoon study of Mickey Mouse, bearing inscription. Sold for £140 and Lot 1450: Octavius Thomas Clark: an unframed oil on canvas, depicting an extensive woodland and river landscape with cottages – signed – 24” x 3’ 6 Ό”. Sold for £300.


Lot 1047. Sold £240.

Lot 1122. Sold £370.


Lot 1271. Sold £500

Lot 1390. Sold £580.

Lot 1450. Sold for £300.