The usual eclectic mix of lots at the March Stonepark auction ensured a good turn-out for the viewing and sale days with something for everyone at the sale.

As usual Lots have been purchased by buyers from all for continents as well as a strong UK presence.

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


Lot 132: A 5’ 6” Victorian flame mahogany veneered break front side cabinet with decorative pierced back rail, flanking curved open shelves and part barley twist spindles, central shelves enclosed by a pair of arched glazed panel doors and bearing C. Hindley &Sons maker’s stamp. Sold for £320. Lot 185: A 35 ½” stained wood Gothic style three shelf open bookcase, set on flanking pierced and shaped standard ends. Sold for £200. Lot 245: A 6’ commercial thick topped and metal braced butcher’s block, set on an aluminium base with square supports. Sold for £240. Lot 249: A 10’ early 20th Century polished walnut open bookcase with moulded top and three pairs of adjustable shelves, set on plinth base. Sold for £360. Lot 277: A 21” Victorian polished oak Wellington chest with carved capitals and eight bracket locking drawers, set on iron casters. Sold for £460. Lot 279: A 21 Ό” 19th Century rosewood four tier whatnot with pierced fretwork gallery, serpentine surfaces, barley twist supports and drawer under, set on turned feet. Sold for £260. Lot 319: A 4’ 11” mid 20th Century brown leather and black piped two seater tub shaped settee with scroll arms, set on tapered front legs. Sold for £400 and Lot 330: A 3’ 11 ½” 19th Century Irish figured walnut veneered three tier whatnot with ornate pierced framed shaped mirror to top, serpentine surfaces and turned slender bulbous supports, set on brass casters – bearing Robert Strahan label. Sold for £420.


Lot 376: A 3’ 7” early 20th Century French moulded oval cased mercury and spirit filled wall barometer with printed scale and retailer’s label verso. Sold for £80. Lot 379: A mid 19th Century French gilt brass ornate figural salon mantel clock with female figure seated beside a silvered dial and lute, set on a high plinth base with decorative casting and nautilus scroll feet, with Leroy et Fils, Paris silk suspension eight day bell striking movement – under glass dome and on ebonised oval base. Sold for £900 and Lot 380: A 6” Aesthetic decorative cast brass cased bedside timepiece with engine turned silvered oval dial and easel stand to back. Sold for £160.


Lot 494: A pair of gilt metal twin branch wall sconces with ceramic bowls and seraphim mask bosses – from Berry Head Hotel, Brixham. Sold for £140. Lot 499: A pair of industrial ceiling lights with large metal shades. Sold for £130. Lot 510: A double bed sized brown Welsh blanket with cream and white patterns – sold with a matching smaller. Sold for £95. Lot 579: A 3’ 1” antique painted and stained wood carvel built pond yacht with metal keel and detached mast bowsprit and canvas sail. Sold for £600.


Lot 277 Sold £460.

Lot 379. Sold £900.


Lot 579. Sold £600.

Lot 641. Sold £580.

Lot 1137. Sold £240.

Rendells Stonepark Sales Report For The Two Day Auction Held on 22nd and 23rd March 2018


Lot 605: An album containing a collection of Great British silver and other coinage, including Sixpences, Shillings, Half Crowns and Florins. Sold for £120. Lot 641: Private A.W. Luck, Ch. 15308 Royal Marines Light Infantry and HMS Lancaster: a cased 1908 Messina Earthquake medal and a good collection of related ephemera including photographs, loose and in album, a silver War badge, named hat tin and other items. Sold for £580. Lot 656: A 4’ 8 ½” 19th Century Chinese matchlock musket with character mark etched to barrel. Sold for £100 and Lot 660: A set of twelve Oriental white metal menu holders in the form of various arthropods and reptiles, all with red cabochon eyes – some missing. Sold for £100.


Lot 1053: A 20 ½” diameter early 20th Century Art Nouveau charger depicting a profile of a young woman under a cherry tree hand painted in the Mucha style – signed and dated Jenny Piquel 1902. Sold for £120. Lot 1067: Three boxes containing Hornsea Saffron pattern dinner and teaware, storage jars, etc. Sold for £65. Lot 1109: A boxed Swarovski Cinderella figure with glass slipper. Sold for £60. Lot 1119: Ten items of assorted studio pottery including Ray Finch, pumpkin pattern teapot, etc. Sold for £70. Lot 1125: A Beswick fireside model of a seated Dalmatian. Sold for £130. Lot 1137: A framed and applied set of five Wedgwood black basalt cameos including Virgil. Sold for £240 and Lot 1149: A collection of Waterford Colleen glasses including wines, tumblers and sherries. Sold for £170.


Lot 1294: A silver four piece tea set – Birmingham 1933 and associated silver sugar nips – various condition. Sold for £120. Lot 1301: A six piece silver condiment set by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths – London 1938/39, with two associated silver salt spoons. Sold for £140. Lot 1306: A 12 Ό” silver salver with cast rim and engraved presentation text to centre, set on three cast scroll feet – Sheffield 1941. Sold for £230. Lot 1315: A quantity of antique and later silver cutlery including fiddle pattern spoons, dinner forks, etc. – various makers. Sold for £250. Lot 1320: A pair of damaged silver wine coasters with turned wood bases – marks rubbed. Sold for £110 and Lot 1323: A 13” late Victorian Charles Boyton silver wine ewer with hinged flip-lid, cast scroll handle and ornate hand chased fern foliage decoration, gilt interior and pedestal foot – London 1894. Sold for £580.


Lot 1341: An Italian 18ct. gold brick-link necklace – with box and pouch. Sold for £420. Lot 1354: A marked 18ct. and PLAT white metal five stone diamond ring. Sold for £550. Lot 1366: A late 19th Century Chinese string of honey amber beads. Sold for £1,550. Lot 1382: A marked 18ct white metal three stone diamond ring – 1.60ct. TDW. Sold for £2,300. Lot 1386: A 3” early 20th Century yellow metal bar brooch, set with diamonds, shaped sapphires, paved rubies and two rows of seed pearls, in original Edward, Diamond Merchants, Glasgow box. Sold for £380. Lot 1392: A marked 18ct yellow metal ring, set with central 3.5ct. aquamarine within a diamond encrusted border with flanking baguettes – Approx 1ct. TDW. Sold for £1,200. Lot 1393: An Italian 18ct. gold brick-link bracelet. Sold for £200. Lot 1394: An 18ct. white gold designer clasp bracelet with diamond encrusted star pattern terminal. Sold for £550. Lot 1428: An Italian 18ct. white gold fancy-link necklace and matching bracelet. Sold for £240 and Lot 1471: A Trevisan (Italian) marked 750 bracelet with numerous small diamonds in heart shaped links. Sold for £280.


Lot 1506: Harry Edmunds Crute: oil on board entitled “Gathering Storm, Haytor, Dartmoor”, with cattle and stream – signed and with label verso – 11 ½” x 15 ½”. Sold for £220. Lot 1509: J. Syer: a gilt framed oval slipped oil on canvas, depicting a mountain stream – 10” x 13”. Sold for £150. Lot 1539: A gilt framed English School oil on canvas, depicting a pastoral scene – 11 Ύ” x 18 Ό”. Sold for £140. Lot 1603: An unframed stretched antique loose woolwork panel, depicting a four masted sailing vessel. Sold for £400 and Lot 1617: I Wayan Sadia: a large gilt framed mid 20th Century Balinese acrylic painting on canvas, depicting a busy market scene in Ubud – signed – 4’ 2” x 6’ 10”. Sold for £420.


Lot 1323. Sold £580.

Lot 1366. Sold £1550.


Lot 1382. Sold £2,300

Lot 1392. Sold £1,200.

Lot 1617. Sold for £420.