The July sale attracted a good attendance of buyers in the saleroom which coupled with keen internet bidding ensured lively bidding throughout the two days, with the last lot of the day a picture frame going to the USA.

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


Lot 103: A 7’ 3” 19th Century quarter sawn oak estate manager’s cupboard with an array of doors and drawers and later added glazed top section. Sold for £260. Lot 120: A 7’ modern brown leather Chesterfield settee, set on polished wood turned front legs. Sold for £400. Lot 129: A set of eight early 20th Century Arts & Crafts design oak framed dining chairs with rexine upholstered drop-in seats. Sold for £300. Lot 219: A 3’ 7” 19th Century mahogany chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, set on bracket feet. Sold for £240. Lot 227: A 4’ 8 ½” 19th Century Burmese teal dowry chest with fitted interior and decorative pierced bracket base. Sold for £320. Lot 228: A modern tub chair upholstered in button back brown leather. Sold for £280. Lot 236: A pair of modern club style wing back armchairs upholstered in brown leather, set on stained wood front cabriole legs. Sold for £420. Lot 285: A 3’ 7” antique figured walnut and cross banded chest on stand with three short drawers and three long graduated drawers, set on a base with further drawers and cabriole legs with pad feet. Sold for £360. Lot 290: A 30” polished steel framed Barcelona lounge chair with black button back upholstery, set on flanking swept legs. Sold for £240. Lot 328: A 5’ 1” 18th Century oak dresser base with two short drawers and turned front supports – numerous replacement timbers and potboard missing. Sold for £220 and Lot 332: A 7’ 2” painted lyre framed settee with double bergère back rail, reeded decoration and scatter cushions. Sold for £220.


Lot 377: A late 19th Century brass and bevelled glass cased carriage clock with decorative dial marked for S. Smith & Co., 9 The Strand, London, with eight day alarm and gong striking movement. Sold for £340. Lot 385: A waxed pine longcase clock, the 11” painted square dial marked for Jacob Jacobs, Totness, with thirty hour bell striking movement. Sold for £120. Lot 387: An antique later carved oak longcase clock, the 13” arched brass dial marked for Thomas Pollard, with eight day bell striking movement. Sold for £300 and Lot 388: A Victorian pollard oak longcase clock in the High Gothic style, the 12” brass and silvered dial marked for Blaylock, Longtown, with thirty hour bell striking movement. Sold for £1,300.


Lot 510: A carved wood furniture panel with high relief ribbons, flowers and tassels. Sold for £320. Lot 613: A collection of antique and vintage ladies evening shoes including leather “Mary Janes”, etc. Sold for £460. Lot 653: An Arturo Fuente cigar box three string electric guitar by Chickenbone John, No. 550. Sold for £170. Lot 681: A set of ten 18th Century French ornate gilt metal buttons with central enamelled floral motif under reverse painted lattice glass – one a/f. Sold for £1,400.


Lot 285 Sold £360.

Lot 377. Sold £340.


Lot 388 Sold £1,300.

Lot 681. Sold £1,400.

Lot 1144. Sold £400.

Rendells Stonepark Sales Report For The Two Day Auction Held on 26th and 27th July 2018


Lot 732: A Victorian brass bound walnut gentleman’s dressing case with name William Lambie to star shaped escutcheon and tray fitted interior with harlequin contents – Glasgow retailer’s label. Sold for £340. Lot 733: A late Victorian Royal Navy junior officer’s cocked hat in original tin case, also a pair of Lieutenant’s epaulettes by Adams & Son, Devonport. Sold for £200. Lot 734: An early 20th Century Royal Navy junior officer’s dress sword by Batson of London complete with leather case, belt/hanger and related paperwork – T. R. Luke. Sold for £400. Lot 748: A boxed Mamod SA1 steam roadster. Sold for £120 and Lot 765: A collection of vintage Lego Space including instructions, part sets, etc. – sold with a small quantity of Tenta construction toys. Sold for £300.


Lot 1024: Two art glass bowls with dolphin decoration, signed Malcolm Sutcliffe. Sold for £60. Lot 1037: A quantity of Victorian tiles of various design, including Minton, Aesthetic and Arts & Crafts. Sold for £100. Lot 1043: A 23” Colin Kellam pottery table lamp base with fuchsia decoration. Sold for £65. Lot 1090: A part set of Art Deco Paragon blue Iceland Poppy pattern teaware – various condition. Sold for £100. Lot 1113: A Chinese terracotta crabstock teapot – sold with another in the form of a quail. Sold for £120 and Lot 1135: A 10” mid 20th Century Moorcroft anemone pattern vase. Sold for £200.


Lot 1309: A 5 ¼” Victorian silver baluster tankard with embossed decoration and presentation text – London 1872. Sold for £130. Lot 1324: A collection of Grand Tour souvenir spoons in silver, .800 grade and other metal, many with enamelled decoration. Sold for £130. Lot 1329: A 7” Arts & Crafts silver spoon by Omar Ramsden with hammered bowl, rattail back and reeded handle – London 1939. Sold for £320. Lot 1321: A collection of silver, marked “Sterling” and other white metal mainly souvenir spoons, also two Mate spoons and other hardstone set examples. Sold for £200. Lot 1353: A 4 ¼” Georgian style oval tea caddy with ribbed bands to lid and base – Sheffield 1919. Sold for £180. Lot 1357: A collection of silver tea and coffee spoons, forks and sugar nips – various age and makers. Sold for £220. Lot 1364: Nine silver fronted photograph frames of varying design, condition, age and maker. Sold for £220 and Lot 1367: A silver three piece tea set of oval design with embossed corners, gadrooned rims and bun feet – Chester 1898/99. Sold for £200.


Lot 1401: A 1913 gold sovereign loose mounted in a 9ct. pendant on marked .750 chain. Sold for £320. Lot 1449: A mid 18th Century yellow metal mourning ring with text to border and remains of enamelled backing. Sold for £420. Lot 1451: A pair of marked 750 white metal ear-rings, each set with oval tanzanite and brilliant cut diamond to suspender. Sold for £1,900. Lot 1457: An 18ct. white gold ring, set with three rows of diamonds interspersed with faceted rails – 1ct. TDW. Sold for £550. Lot 1461: A marked PLAT Art Deco style ring, set with numerous brilliant cut diamonds to centre and stepped sides. Sold for £1,500. Lot 1477: A 9ct. gold guard chain – sold with an antique yellow metal and carnelian set fob seal. Sold for £550. Lot 1495: A marked PLAT white metal hexagonal panel ring with open set central diamond, flanking baguettes and smaller diamonds to border and shoulders. Sold for £1,050. Lot 1498: A marked 18ct. white metal Art Deco ring with central cabochon sapphire, the border and open shoulders set with numerous small diamonds. Sold for £550 and Lot 1548: A Georgian white metal pair cased pocket watch with pierced decoration, enamelled dial with original blue steel hands, fusee cylinder strike repeat movement, the dust cover and movement marked for Phi. Thomson, London, No.840. Sold for £1,450.


Lot 1587: F.J. Widgery: a gilt framed gouache, depicting a panoramic view of Dartmoor with tors in distance – 7” x 20 ½”. Sold for £500. Lot 1588: Renoir: a small gilt framed etching entitled “Le Chapeau Epingle” – image to plate marks 4 ¾” x 3 ¼”. Sold for £260. Lot 1612: An antique ornate gilt gesso framed circular oil on canvas, interior scene with Medieval family group – relined and restored – 19” diameter. Sold for £280. Lot 1657: An embroidered red velvet folio containing a collection of 19th Century Chinese pith paper paintings of various subjects including vendors, court figures, fighting figures, etc., and a small concertina cut antique watercolour. Sold for £800 and Lot 1658: A green tapestry folio containing six 19th Century Chinese pith paper paintings, all bird studies. Sold for £780.



Lot 1451. Sold £1,900.

Lot 1461. Sold £1,500.


Lot 1495. Sold £1,050

Lot 1548. Sold £1,450.

Lot 1657. Sold for £800.