SALES REPORT FOR THE TWO DAY AUCTION HELD ON 13th
AND 14th DECEMBER 2018.
THE SALE INCLUDED FURNITURE, CERAMICS,
MODEL VEHICLES, CHRISTMAS JEWELLERY, PICTURES and PAINTINGS
The end of another years successful selling and we
would like to thank all our customers whether selling or buying in the
room, leaving commission bids, on the telephone or the internet as
without you there would be no business, so may we wish you all a Happy
Christmas and a Prosperous New Year.
From the new year we are pleased to announce that
Michael Pedrick and Russell Thomas will be joining Clive Morgan and
Peter Farnsworth in the partnership of Rendells LLP.
Principal prices paid for some of the better Lots in
the sale follow: Bold text items are illustrated.
32: A white marble high relief profile portrait bust, set on an 18
diameter wall plaque. Sold for £320.
101: A 5 Victorian stripped pine two part larder cupboard with moulded
cornice and shelves enclosed by two pairs of panelled doors, set on
bracket feet. Sold for £400. Lot 106: A 24 early 20th
Century mahogany and cross banded bow front chest on chest with brushing
slide, two short and five long drawers. Sold for £160.
113: A 4 11 Victorian carved oak sideboard with arched mirror and
turned supports, over a base with two drawers and pair of panelled
cupboard doors under. Sold for £180. Lot
172: A 3 10 early 19th Century Anglo-Indian hardwood and
brass mounted trunk with flanking heavy drop handles and strapwork
corners, set on bun feet. Sold for £380. Lot
183: A pair of early 20th Century oak framed lath back office
elbow chairs bearing labels for T. Oliver & Sons, Torquay. Sold for
£200. Two other matching Lots 307 and 319. Sold for £240 and £260
186: A 3 1 ½ 19th Century waxed pine dresser base with
flight of three drawers and panelled cupboard door, set on bracket feet.
Sold for £190. Lot 314: A 1960s
Flex Form scissor chair. Sold for £280 and
Lot 323: A Victorian walnut pedestal wine table, set on
pillar and tripod base, bearing stamp for Hindley & Sons,
Oxford Street, London.
Sold for £390.
364: A clocking in/out timepiece The Gledhill-Brook Time Recorders Ltd
in polished oak case No. 84361 sold with a wall mounted card rack to
match. Sold for £95. Lot 369: A
brass and bevelled glass cased carriage clock with eight day strike
repeat alarm movement, the white dial marked for LEpee. Sold for
£200 and Lot 389: An early 20th Century mahogany
longcase clock, the 12 arched brass and silvered dial with chime/silent
and chime selector to top and seconds dial to centre, playing four
different chimes on eleven tubular bells and with larger striking tube,
the eight day movement marked J.J.E over England (James, Jones,
Elliott). Sold for £1,800.
444: Five Maxlume industrial ceiling light fittings, all with original
green enamelled shades. Sold for £100. Lot
445: Six 1930s/40s industrial warehouse light fittings with long stems
and original green enamelled shades. Sold for £150.
541: A 26 high American limited edition blue acrylic dolphin sculpture,
554/750 and signed Donjo. Sold for £170. Lot
550: A vintage foot locker containing a mid/late 20th Century
Royal Navy medical officers uniform including jackets by Gieves &
Hawkes, etc. Sold for £160. Lot 551: An early 20th Century
tiger skin rug with fabric backing, bearing label for The Jungle,
Rowland Ward Ltd., 167 Piccadilly, London. Sold for £500.
Lot 32 Sold £320
Lot 314 Sold £280
Lot 389 Sold £1,800
Lot 551 Sold £500
Lot 1095 Sold £300
Rendells Stonepark Sales Report For The Two Day Auction Held on 13th
and 14th December 2019
640: A 9 ¼ diameter oriental spinach nephrite jade dinner bowl with
shallow foot. Sold for £180. Lot
645: An 8 ¼ cold painted bronze desk paper clip mount in the form of a
cat catching a mouse, with internal hinged spring. Sold for £190.
656: A coco-de-mer basket. Sold for £160 and
660: An unframed black and white photographic film still from Star Wars
IV featuring Princess Leia and R2-D2, signed in silver ink by Carrie
Fisher and Kenny Baker 7/100 with certificate. Sold for £200.
1013: A pair of Staffordshire greyhounds (1 a/f) sold with a pair of
Staffordshire labradors. Sold
for £130. Lot
1020: A Royal Albert Old Country Roses pattern part coffee and dinner
service. Sold for £100.
1071: A Royal Albert American Beauty pattern part tea, coffee and dinner
service. Sold for £440. Lot
1095: Two similar early 20th Century Royal Worcester vases with fruit decoration both
signed Ricketts (one a/f). Sold for £300. Lot
1101: A Royal Worcester plate with fruit decoration signed H.H. Price
1938 date mark. Sold for £240
1132: A continental figure of a man holding sheet music.
Sold for £120.
1261: A marked 18ct. white metal ring, set with central emerald flanked
by two brilliant cut diamonds. Sold for £740. Lot 1262: A 1 ½ early 20th Century insect
pattern brooch formed from an Egyptian blue pottery scarab mounted in
yellow and white metal, set with diamonds, four emeralds and ruby eyes.
Sold for £620.
Lot 1264: A yellow metal ring, set with central
oval ruby flanked by two brilliant cut diamonds. Sold for £4,000
and Lot 1279: A marked PT 950 Tiffany & Co. white metal
pendant necklace with diamond encrusted T initial.
Sold for £300.
PICTURES & PAINTINGS:
1303: Cecil Aldin: a pair of oak framed early 20th Century
coloured prints, both with original title labels to frames The Hunt
Breakfast and The Hunt Supper.
Sold for £150. Lot 1306: A maple framed oriental watercolour, depicting a
tree lined river valley signed with red seals 25 x 17.
Sold for £130.
1320: An antique gilt gesso framed oil on board portrait of a lady in
Bohemian dress 5 ¾ x 5 oval.
Sold for £130. Lot 1322: Albert Seifert: an ornate giltwood framed oil on
panel, portrait of a young woman in a white dress signed 9 ¼ x 6
¾. Sold for £400.
1323: Joseph Coomans: an ornate gilt gesso framed oil on panel entitled
The Jewel Box signed and dated 1870 9 ½ x 7 ½. Sold for £650.
Lot 1327: W. Widgery: a gilt framed watercolour, depicting
figures with sheep in a moorland setting 9 ¼ x 21.
Sold for £200.
1328: A gilt framed 19th Century oil on canvas, portrait of a
mid 17th Century soldier holding a stein 23 ¼ x 15.
Sold for £170.
Lot 1344: J.W. Cockerham: an ornate gilt framed and slipped
oil on canvas under glass, study of a bronze female nude statue signed
and dated 1891. Sold for £170.
Lot 1346: Attributed to J.F. Herring Snr.: an ornate gilt
framed and slipped oil on mahogany panel, depicting a farmyard scene
with horses, chickens and ducks signed lower left 7 ¼ x 11 1/4.
Sold for £440. Lot 1349: Sarah Louise Kilpack: a gilt framed and
slipped oil on board entitled At Plemont Point,
Jersey signed and with inscription verso 11 ¾ x 18.
Sold for £240 and
Lot 1397: A gilt framed and slipped four watercolours in one
frame, studies of various birds.
Sold for £200.
Lot 1261 Sold £740
Lot 1262 Sold £620
Lot 1264 Sold £4,000
Lot 1323 Sold £650
Lot 1346 Sold £440