SALES REPORT FOR THE TWO DAY AUCTION HELD ON 24th AND 25th JANUARY 2019.

THE SALE INCLUDED JEWELLERY, SILVER AND PLATE, FURNITURE,

 CERAMICS, COLLECTABLES, CLOCKS, PICTURES AND PAINTINGS.

The first sale of the year started off with a roomful of buyers a number of who had recently moved into the area and looking for country style furniture. With Brexit on the horizon it was interesting to have a few continental buyers in attendance earlier in the year than usual due to their concern of being able to take items across the water in March – Interesting times!!

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

FURNITURE:

Lot 105: A 4’ 9” antique stained mixed wood dresser with open plate rack top, double cupboard and earlier stand base – bearing “Parliament House between Galmpton and Brixham” plaque. Sold for £340. Lot 186: A pair of 19th Century smokers bow elbow chairs with solid elm seats (with matching stamps), set on turned legs. Sold for £200. Lot 209: A 34” oriental black lacquered and polished wood two part chest of four long drawers with petal shaped lock plates and iron drop handles. Sold for £260. Lot 227: A 9’ Australian solid Jarrah hardwood refectory dining table with bark faced front and back to thick single piece top, set on massive standard ends and plank stretcher. Sold for £1,300. Lot 235: A Stressless easy chair and matching foot stool with beige leather upholstery. Sold for £220. Lot 258: A set of eight Victorian mahogany framed dining chairs with curved back rails and solid seats, set on turned front legs. Sold for £280. Lot 263: A 3’ 8” late Georgian mahogany chest on chest with two short and three long graduated drawers, over three further long drawers, set on bracket feet. Sold for £300. Lot 309: A 3’ 3” Victorian walnut and marquetry chiffonier with raised shelf back over two blind drawers and decorative panelled cupboard doors under, set on plinth base. Sold for £380. Lot 314: A late 20th Century brown leather upholstered armchair, set on polished wood square tapered front legs. Sold for £280. Lot 316: A 36” 19th Century French boulle serpentine front fold-over card table with profuse floral scroll decoration and shaped burgundy baise inset top, set on cabriole legs, set on cabriole legs with applied cherubs and cast terminals. Sold for £900. Lot 322: A 4’ commercial butcher’s with heavy iron bound corners, single frieze drawer and planked undertier, set on heavy square. Sold for £280. Lot 357: A late 20th Century brown button back and studded leather easy chair, set on polished wood front bun feet. Sold for £380 and Lot 359: A 5’ 8” 20th Century brass and green leather upholstered club fender with curved central rail and square supports. Sold for £500.

CLOCKS & BAROMETERS:

Lot 396: An antique stick barometer by W. Shawl, 29 High Street, Wapping – a/f. Sold for £70. Lot 408: A late 19th Century French ornate black slate and spelter mantel clock of architectural design, with eight day gong striking movement. Sold for £90. Lot 410: An early 20th Century stained wood cased National Time Recorder Co., Ltd., clocking in/out timepiece with glazed sides and peg dial to front – a/f. Sold for £90 and Lot 411: An early 19th Century mahogany longcase clock with 13” diameter dial and eight day bell striking movement – a/f. Sold for £220.

COLLECTABLES:

Lot 484: A pair of 1940’s G.E.C. industrial spotlights on adjustable bracket bases. Sold for £240. Lot 491: A 1940’s industrial spotlight on adjustable bracket and plate. Sold for £140. Lot 505: An antique set of wrought iron slave neck collars connected by a bar. Sold for £140.


Lot 309 Sold £380 
 
Lot 316 Sold £900
 
Lot 1010 Sold £1,700
 
Lot 1160 Sold £650
 
Lot 1260 Sold £800

Rendells Stonepark Sales Report For The Two Day Auction Held on 24th and 25th January 2019

COLLECTABLES (Con’t):

Lot 508: A 19th Century 4/4 violin with internal repair label from 1944 by Bone and Co., Luton, in contemporary case with two associated bows – a/f. Sold for £200. Lot 533: A collection of Second World War uniforms including Canadian battledress RASC Capt., RASC officer’s mess dress 2nd Lieut. and RA No.2 service dress, etc. Sold for £220. Lot 549: A vintage scratch built live steam model stationary crane. Sold for £150. Lot 570: J.A. May, C.E.R.A., 2, M. 2091 H.M.S. Vivid: a First World War medal group with Naval Long Service and Good Conduct medal – sold with other related and associated items. Sold for £170 and Lot 592: A Wilesco model steam roller “Old Smokey”. Sold for £130.

CERAMICS:

Lot 1010: An antique Chinese porcelain plaque depicting five elders and a child looking at a landscape painting, in pierced hardwood frame with bat decoration – plaque 17” x 10”. Sold for £1,700. Lot 1019: A Lladro Obstetrician figure – sold with two other Lladro doctor figures. Sold for £120. Lot 1022: An Edwardian Wileman & Co. part tea service with iron red transfer decoration. Sold for £150. Lot 1053: A quantity of ceramics including an 18th Century plate with sailing sip decoration. Sold for £110. Lot 1061: A Wedgwood Blue Siam pattern tea, coffee and dinner service including vegetable dishes and coffee pot, etc. Sold for £170 and Lot 1064: A large quantity of Burleigh Scilla pattern tea and dinner ware including vegetable dishes, etc. Sold for £100.

METALWORK:

Lot 1141: A 17 Ό” diameter Middle Eastern brass tray with inset silvered text and arabesque decoration. Sold for £380. Lot 1148: A hammered copper fire screen with mirroring bird and grape decoration. Sold for £75. Lot 1157: A 19” bronzed Art Deco style dancer with hoop, set on a socle base. Sold for £160 and Lot 1160: A 4 Ύ” diameter Qing Dynasty Chinese bronze censer of bombe form with apocryphal Xuande mark to base, set on a later hardwood stand. Sold for £650.

SILVER:

Lot 1233: A pair of  Georgian silver salts by Thomas Shepheard, London 1773 – sold with associated spoons – 1796. Sold for £120. Lot 1243: A collection of silver topped dressing case jars, scent bottles, etc. – various age and design. Sold for £150. Lot 1245: An oak cased set of twelve each silver fruit knives and forks with mother-of-pearl handles – Sheffield 1918. Sold for £130. Lot 1260: A set of twelve solid silver owl pattern place/menu holders, each set with yellow stone eyes, by Peter Charles Maxwell Alwyn – London 1990. Sold for £800. Lot 1264: A quantity of antique and later silver forks – sold with a boxed modern silver handled pickle fork. Sold for £160. Lot 1271: A scrap silver teapot, single candlestick, small trophy, toast rack, hand mirror and brush – various condition. Sold for £180 and Lot 1275: A 10” diameter silver pedestal bowl with cast shaped rim – Chester 1918. Sold for £160.

JEWELLERY:

Lot 1299: An unmarked white metal ring, set with central 2.25ct. oval pale blue tourmaline with diamond encrusted shoulders. Sold for £360. Lot 1318: A pair of  imported marked 585 white metal double drop ear-rings with triple diamond encrusted settings. Sold for £300. Lot 1324: An Art Deco style marked “Plat” ring, set with central 6ct. emerald cut aquamarine and flanking diamonds to stepped shoulders. Sold for £1,300. Lot 1328: A marked 18ct. yellow metal flowerhead pattern ring, set with central diamond within a ten stone diamond border. Sold for £1,900. Lot 1332: A marked 750 yellow metal Nefertiti pendant on Balastra marked 750 box-link neck chain. Sold for £380 and Lot 1364: A 2 Ό” marked 18K yellow metal duck pattern brooch, set with numerous brilliant cut diamonds, paved and claw set rubies, emeralds and three small sapphires. Sold for £1,100.

PICTURES & PAINTINGS:

Lot 1411: Tom Rowden: a gilt framed and white painted slipped watercolour, depicting cattle and sheep beside water in a landscape – signed – 9” x 21”. Sold for £300. Lot 1447: Alfred Leyman: a gilt framed and slipped watercolour, depicting a scene at Dartmouth Castle with figures on a wooded path and sailing vessel beyond – signed – 14” x 21”. Sold for £920. Lot 1450: Pelham Jones: a gilt framed mixed media painting, depicting the four masted sailing vessel Loch Carron under full sail on choppy seas – signed and titled – 14” x 20 ½”. Sold for £180. Lot 1459: Thomas Bush Hardy: a gilt framed watercolour, depicting figures on a pier and shipping on choppy seas – signed – 9 ½” x 18 Ύ”. Sold for £280 and Lot 1496: John Tricket: a gilt framed oil on canvas, study of a black labrador in a landscape setting – 23 ½” X 35 ½”. Sold for £520.

 


Lot 1324 Sold £1,300 

Lot 1328 Sold £1,900 
 
Lot 1364 Sold £1,100
 
Lot 1447 Sold £920
 
Lot 1496 Sold £520