Just like the World Cup we had buyers registered from most of the countries in the finals plus a few others, but it was a strong attendance of bidders in the room enjoying the buzz of the live auction who took most of the Lots.

Details of some of the better Lots in the Sale follow: Bold text items are illustrated.

FURNITURE (including Outside Effects):

Lot 74: An antique marble life size bust of a scantily clad young woman – 24” high – probably French 19th Century. Sold for £880. Lot 101: A 3’ 4 ½” 18th Century walnut and mahogany strung chest on chest with moulded top, two short and three long graduated drawers over three further graduated drawers, set on bracket feet. Sold for £2,700. Lot 114: A 5’ Rococo style giltwood framed wall mirror with bow pattern pediment, single plate and C-scrolls to base. Sold for £340. Lot 131: An 8’ 10 ½” varnished pine thick five plank topped farmhouse kitchen table with two frieze drawers to painted base – later brackets. Sold for £300. Lot 147: A 4’ 7” antique mahogany gentleman’s wardrobe with drawer and slide fitted interior, the hanging space with fold-out rail and original hangers, enclosed by a pair of panelled doors, set on plinth base. Sold for £260. Lot 151: A pair of 3’ 4 ½” high green marble and brass pedestals with square tops, acanthus scroll capitals and part reeded pillars, set on stepped plinth bases. Sold for £400. Lot 189: A Georgian oak framed commode elbow chair – sold with a pair of Queen Anne style standard chairs with solid seat panels, turned front supports and old iron repairs. Sold for £620. Lot 225: A 6’ Victorian polished pine farmhouse kitchen table with two frieze drawers, set on turned legs – some foot wear. Sold for £240. Lot 283: A 28” 19th Century oak lowboy with single drawer and shaped apron, set on cabriole legs with shaped pad feet. Sold for £220 and Lot 305: A Victorian quarter veneered walnut games/work table with fold-over swivel top, fitted drawer and material slide under, set on flanking standard ends. Sold for £300.


Lot 382: A 19th Century mahogany and oak longcase clock, the 13” diameter white painted dial marked for Deacon, Leicester, with thirty hour bell striking movement. Sold for £160. Lot 384: An 18th Century oak longcase clock, the 11” square brass dial marked for Mary Blakeway, with thirty hour bell striking movement. Sold for £500 and Lot 385: A 19th Century figured mahogany longcase clock, the 12” painted arched dial marked for J. Trelwing, Devonport, with eight day bell striking movement. Sold for £380.


Lot 503: An antique cased folk art diorama with half hull model of a full rigged ship at sea – case 27 ½”, ship 19 ½”. Sold for £320. Lot 520: An antique cased folk art diorama with half hull model of a full rigged ship at sea and lighthouse – case 23 ½”, ship 13”. Sold for £240. Lot 580: An antique cased folk art diorama with half hull model of a full rigged ship at sea – case 19”, ship 9”. Sold for £300. Lot 587: An antique ornate sampler in rosewood and gilt frame – by Jane Wood, aged 10, 1833. Sold for £270. Lot 593: An antique maple framed silkwork pastoral scene, with J.S. Giles “Old Curiosity Shop”, Farnham label verso. Sold for £340.  



Lot 74 Sold £880.


Lot 101. Sold £2,700.



Lot 151 Sold £400.


Lot 503. Sold £320.


Lot 701. Sold £420.

Rendells Stonepark Sales Report For The Two Day Auction Held on 28th and 29th June 2018


Lot 643: A display case containing a stuffed and mounted Grey Trigger fish, in naturalistic setting. Sold for £200. Lot 650: A 4’ 1930’s painted plaster figure of a seated black man. Sold for £200.

Lot 701: Two antique dental keys with turned wood handles and another folding example with ring handle. Sold for £420. Lot 716: A collection of military and other Zippo petrol lighters including Royal Marines and 1982 Falklands Islands – mostly in plastic cases. Sold for £200. Lot 718: A Biographical memoir of the Life of Joseph Metford – 1776 – 1863, other Quaker related ephemera, clothing and other items contained within a leather travelling case. Sold for £500. Lot 743: An antique fruitwood four section spice tower with text. Sold for £240. Lot 727: An antique medical human skull with detached cranium, minus teeth and lower jaw – formerly the property of a Salcombe doctor. Sold for £170.


Lot 1078: A quantity of Portmeirion Botanic Garden ware including dinner and breakfast plates, bowls, mugs, etc. Sold for £150. Lot 1086: A Royal Doulton Countess pattern dinner service including teapot, tureens, etc. Sold for £160. Lot 1131: Three items of 19th Century commemorative ware, comprising an 1830 death of George IV jug, an 1831 coronation of William IV and Adelaide lustre jug and Victoria 1887 Jubilee enamelled beaker. Sold for £300. Lot 1139: A Staffordshire figure group “Friendship”. Sold for £160. Lot 1157: A pair of 14 ½” Royal Crown Derby campana urns with Imari palette decoration, flanking loop handles and pedestal foot. Sold for £340. Lot 1158: A small collection of coloured glassware including Fenton Art Glass “Burmese” epergne, frilled bowl and floral decorated lamp shade. Sold for £520 and Lot 1167: A collection of antique glasses including Champagne coups, flutes, etc. Sold for £360.


Lot 1186: A collection of seventeen antique and later mostly small pewter measures, including an Irish Half Noggin haystack example. Sold for £120. Lot 1189: A three piece companion set made from converted late 19th Century French Gras M1874 bayonets. Sold for £110. Lot 1196: A pair of antique brass silver form candlesticks with remains of silver plate and Heron family crest. Sold for £110. Lot 1217: A 23 ½” bronzed statue of Teucer the archer – after Sir. William Hamo Thornycroft. Sold for £150 and Lot 1220: A bronze nodding seated figure of a rotund Persian man, with moving tongue and hands. Sold for £180.


Lot 1282: Alfred Leyman: a gilt framed watercolour depicting The Butterwick, Dartmouth with market traders and other figures – signed – 20 Ύ” x 13 Ύ”. Sold for £260. Lot 1284: F.J. Widgery: a gilt framed gouache depicting a west country coastal view – signed – 11” x 17 ½”. Sold for £420. Lot 1288: A. Mauve: an ornate gilt framed oil on panel depicting horses and carts on a track in a winter woodland landscape – signed – 6 Ύ” x 10 Ό”. Sold for £220 and Lot 1371: T. Luny: a gilt framed oil on canvas depicting a group of figures beside a lake with castle beyond – later inscribed verso – 11 ½” x 15 Ό”. Sold for £120.


Lot 1392: An album containing a collection of early 20th Century postcards – all Torquay and Paignton interest. Sold for £130. Lot 1396: A black ring bound album containing a collection of mint GB decimal stamp packs. Sold for £170. Lot 1402: A teal stock book containing a large collection of 19th Century and later stamps including numerous Victorian examples from GB, Bermuda, Gibraltar, etc., also forty six Penny Reds and two 2d Blues. Sold for £180. Lot 1410: A collection of mint GB stamp packs and stock sheets – mainly decimal. Sold for £260. Lot 1459: First World War ephemera including Iraq photographs, some with detail verso, publications, etc. Sold for £440 and Lot 1468: A blue stock book containing an extensive collection of 20th Century mainly mint Chinese stamps – sold with other Chinese and Japanese examples and a red stock book of GB stamps. Sold for £130. 



Lot 718. Sold £500.


Lot 743. Sold £240.



Lot 1131. Sold £300


Lot 1158. Sold £520.


Lot 1284. Sold for £420.