SALES REPORT FOR THE TWO DAY AUCTION HELD ON 25th AND 26th JANUARY 2018.

THE SALE INCLUDED FURNITURE, CERAMICS, COLLECTABLES, CLOCKS,

MOTORCYCLES, JEWELLERY, SILVER, PICTURES and PAINTINGS

 

This sale saw the first anniversary of us offering online bidding through the-saleroom.com and its introduction has been an undoubted success, helping to expand our bidding network to all corners of the world. However we still attract a good attendance of buyers and pre-sale viewers who bid in the traditional manner and it was those who in the main were the stronger bidders this time, although the auctioneers were particularly pleased with strong internet buyers from the USA when a Native American horse skin drum was sold to a buyer from Montana. 

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

FURNITURE:

Lot 134: A 5’ 9” late Georgian oak dresser base with three frieze drawers, set on raised square legs. Sold for £300. Lot 145: A 3’ 6” 19th Century mahogany glazed bookcase, set on a flame veneered chest of two short and two long graduated drawers. Sold for £200. Lot 173: An 8’ polished oak refectory dining table, set on twin flanking massive bulbous turned supports with uniting stretcher. Sold for £260. Lot 216: A 3’ 4” antique mahogany chest of two short and three long drawers, set on bracket feet. Sold for £300. Lot 227: A 3’ 8” late Georgian mahogany chest on chest with dentil cornice, two short and six long graduated drawers, set on bracket feet. Sold for £460. Lot 253: A 34 Ό” late 19th Century mixed wood apothecary chest with an array of small drawers each with applied ivory panel label. Sold for £460. Lot 265: A 29 ½” mid 19th Century papier-mache pedestal table with painted and mother-of-pearl inlaid top, depicting a Bamburgh Castle scene from the sea, set on an aesthetic turned pillar and tripod base. Sold for £240. Lot 269: An early 20th Century oxblood leather button back upholstered armchair, set on bun feet. Sold for £580. Lot 287: An antique Windsor comb back elbow chair with solid elm seat, set on ring turned supports. Sold for £300. Lot 301: An antique mahogany framed rocking chair with studded green leather button back upholstery. Sold for £220 and Lot 315: A 19th Century gilt framed pier mirror with moulded border and original plate – corner bosses missing. Sold for £200. 

COLLECTABLES:

Lot 533: A pair of Welsh blankets with stylise repeat yellow motifs on royal blue ground. Sold for £120. Lot 539: A 17 Ύ” diameter antique Native American double sided horse skin drum – sold with a later ceremonial peace pipe with metal inlaid steatite bowl. Sold for £850. Lot 557: A painted pine spice cabinet in the form of a cottage. Sold for £130. Lot 557: An oak and painted metal traditional studio easel by David Potter (London) Ltd. Sold for £160. Lot 586: A Second World War period Telescope, Identification Anti-Aircraft Mk.III with white painted finish, in original fitted transit case with lens filters, folding tripod and steel trefoil base. Sold for £480. Lot 600: Corp. J.H. Vaughan 7306 Royal Welsh Fusiliers: a Queen’s South Africa Medal with South Africa 1901, Transvaal and Natal clasps – no ribbon. Sold for £160 and Lot 619: A boxed and cased Royal Mint Classics Diamond Flare pendant with central 2005 gold sovereign in a 9ct. gold mount set with eight small diamonds, on 9ct. chain. Sold for £280.

 

Lot 253. Sold £460.

Lot 269. Sold £580.

 

Lot 287. Sold £300.

Lot 539. Sold £850.

Lot 619. Sold £280.

Rendells Stonepark Sales Report For The Two Day Auction Held on 25th and 26th January 2018

CERAMICS:

Lot 1022: A pair of Watcombe terracotta busts depicting children. Sold for £60. Lot 1029: A Shelley Chippendale Green pattern twelve place part tea set, including teapot, sugar bowl and cake plate. Sold for £130. Lot 1061: A pair of late 18th Century Derby figures depicting a lady with dog and a gentleman playing the flute – both heavily restored. Sold for £80. Lot 1068: Six pieces of Torquay terracotta ware, comprising two teapots, two plaques, a vase and a jug. Sold for £75. Lot 1085: Two Royal Worcester witch pattern candle extinguishers with 1926 date marks (one a/f) – sold with another “Hush” model 2844 in red dress 1930. Sold for £90. Lot 1086: An early Victorian Walton Staffordshire sheep ornament – sold with four others. Sold for £70. Lot 1092: A 10” mid/late 18th Century Derby figure of Neptune stood before a whale and set on a shell encrusted base – some damage, trident missing. Sold for £100 and Lot 1111: A 13” mid Victorian Staffordshire Jolly Jack Tar figure – hat rim chipped. Sold for £100. 

MOTORCYCLES:

Lot 1212: A mid 20th Century Royal Enfield Flying Flea RE125 lightweight motorcycle incomplete restoration project with 125cc engine – with spare front forks, fuel tank and part engine – No documentation. Sold for £600 and Lot 1215: A 1958 Triumph TR5 motorcycle with 498cc twin OHV engine, 4 gallon tank, replacement seat, frame number T100018358 – sold with V5C for registration number ESL 974. Sold for £4,700.

SILVER:

A collection of silver tea and coffee spoons including sets and part sets – various age and makers. Sold for £220. Lot 1270: A cased set of Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd. ornate ice cream spoons, comprising twelve small (London 1910) and two servers with gilt bowls (London 1920), all with twist stems and cast cherub mask terminals. Sold for £300. Lot 1275: An antique Irish silver soup ladle with reeded bowl and decorated handle – J.K. – Dublin 1796. Sold for £220. Lot 1295: A small silver baluster tankard with cast scroll handle and embossed floral and C-scroll decoration – base marks T.E, London 1731. Sold for £280. Lot 1319: A Russian marked .800 white metal tea caddy with finial to push fit lid, gilt interior and embossed band of fruits and foliage decoration. Sold for £120 and Lot 1341: A 12” diameter silver salver with shell and scroll cast rim and shell pattern terminals, bearing engraved “Goorka” dedication to Major D.F. Neill M.B.E. M.C.. Sold for £260.

JEWELLERY:

Lot 1381: A marked ‘14’ foreign yellow metal brick-link bracelet and pair of ear-rings to match. Sold for £260. Lot 1411: CSE – two enamelled items, comprising a 2”diameter brooch dated 1917 and a similar pendant, both with polychrome Ho-Ho bird decoration. Sold for £320. Lot 1414: An Art Deco style marked .750 yellow metal ring, set with central diamond, inner pave set band of rubies and diamond encrusted border. Sold for £1,200. Lot 1417: An 18ct. gold ring, set with three dark blue sapphires interspersed with two small diamonds. Sold for £320. Lot 1455: A high carat white metal ring, set with central oblong emerald within a marquise and brilliant cut diamond border. Sold for £700.

PICTURES & PAINTINGS:

Lot 1523: F.J. Widgery: a gilt framed and wide slip mounted gouache painting, depicting an extensive Dartmoor view – 2014 receipt attached – 11” x 17”. Sold for £260. Lot 1524: David Bayard (Australian born): an oil on canvas, depicting an Australian landscape in vivid palette – signed – 13 ½” x 23 Ό”. Sold for £320. Lot 1550: Arthur H. Jenkins: an ornate gilt framed oil on canvas depicting a farmyard with pond – signed – 19 ½” x 23 ½”. Sold for £180. Lot 1553: George Henry Jenkins: a pair of framed oils on board under glass, both depicting coastal views – 8 Ύ” x 13 Ύ”. Sold for £160 and Lot 1592: A pair of gilt gesso framed 18th Century Italian school oils on panel, both male portraits – 4 ½” x 3 Ό”. Sold for £260.

 

Lot 1215. Sold £4700.

Lot 1270. Sold £300.

 

Lot 1414. Sold £1,200

Lot 1455. Sold £700.

Lot 1524. Sold for £320.