SALES REPORT FOR THE TWO DAY AUCTION HELD ON 21st AND 22nd MARCH 2019.

THE SALE INCLUDED JEWELLERY, SILVER AND PLATE, FURNITURE,

CERAMICS, COLLECTABLES, CLOCKS, PICTURES AND PAINTINGS.

The sale attracted keen interest with a good attendance of buyers viewing on the two pre-sale days and during the auction itself. As ever people travelled a long distance to the saleroom aided by its close proximity to the A38.

The bi-monthly sale of jewellery with a number of Lots making £1,000 plus and a top of £3,200 for an 18ct yellow metal ring set with three diamonds.

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

FURNITURE:

Lot 101: A 3’ 3 ¼” late Georgian figured walnut cross banded an strung chest on chest of two short and six long graduated drawers, set on bracket feet. Sold for £260. Lot 124: A set of eight early 20th Century oak framed panel back dining chairs with studded brown leather upholstery, set on turned front supports. Sold for £300. Lot 143: A 4’ 8” Victorian waxed pine wardrobe with hanging space and four drawer fitted interior, set on plinth base. Sold for £240. Lot 163: A 3’ 4” Victorian waxed pine chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, set on turned feet. Sold for £240. Lot 186: A 31 ¼” Georgian oak chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, set on bracket feet. Sold for £340. Lot 289: A 24” 19th Century ivory and bone inlaid and ebony strung Moorish hardwood table with octagonal top and typical arcaded folding base. Sold for £850. Lot 301: A 29 ½” Georgian mahogany kneehole desk with long frieze drawer, shaped apron, central cupboard and six flanking drawers, set on bracket feet. Sold for £200. Lot 323: A 17” 19th Century walnut Wellington chest of seven drawers with acanthus scroll capitals to the twin brackets, set on plinth base. Sold for £500 and Lot 333: An Italian ornate wall mirror with profuse moulded glass florettes and C-scroll applied decoration, the multi-plate border with further etched decoration and central arched bevelled plate – some decoration detached, some included. Sold for £750.

COLLECTABLES:

Lot 428: An early 20th Century advertising box for Sadler’s Old English Mustard with stamped lid and internal paper label. Sold for £50. Lot 435: A 5’ enamelled advertising sign with Flake Cigarettes text – from a two part sign for Wills’ “Gold Flake”. Sold for £100. Lot 463: A vintage enamelled double sided advertising sign “Guinness Is Good For You” depicting the toucan carrying two pints on his beak – 16” X 24”. Sold for £300. Lot 465: A collection of butter pats and moulds. Sold for £50. Lot 471: A mid 20th Century enamelled double sided advertising sign for Lipton’s Tea with right angle wall mounting flange, one side damaged – 12” X 17”. Sold for £110. Lot 510: A curtain pole with turned finials – full length 7’ 8”. Sold for £90. Lot 512: Five 1990’s Jun Asilo hanging clown figures including trapeze, swinging violinist (a/f), balloonist, etc. Sold for £160. Lot 513: A mid 20th Century pond yacht with sails and painted hull, in fitted pine transit box – hull length 30”. Sold for £160. Lot 524: A late Victorian Malacca walking cane with tiger’s-eye ball knop set in a silver coronet mount – Birmingham 1892. Sold for £130. Lot 544: A collection of 1960’s Italian vinyl 45rpm singles. Sold for £240. Lot 582: An early 20th Century Shermuly line-throwing gun bearing SPRA stamp, No. 102675. Sold for £190 and Lot 624: A quantity of vintage Lego road plates, boxed part sets including 162 Locomotive, 6080 King’s castle and three vehicles – boxes and instructions in various condition. Sold for £130.

Lot 323 Sold £500 
 
Lot 333 Sold £750
 
Lot 463 Sold £300
 
Lot 1241 Sold £440
 
Lot 1242 Sold £460

Rendells Stonepark Sales Report For The Two Day Auction Held on 21st and 22nd March 2019

CERAMICS:

Lot 1036: A collection of oriental ceramics including four character mark blue and white temple jar, Imari vase and ginger jars – various age and condition. Sold for £320. Lot 1066: A box containing a quantity of decorative cups and saucers including Mintons and Doulton, etc. Sold for £85. Lot 1078: A 33” Ault Pottery Oceana jardinière and stand with fish, sea turtle and crab decoration on green ground – jardinière cracked. Sold for £150. Lot 1080: A 29” glazed pottery model of a runner duck by Colin Kellam – unsigned. Sold for £140. Lot 1099: Two Lladro models of ballerinas. Sold for £65. Lot 1117: Seven Karl Ens model birds including cockatoo, robin and pair of redstarts, etc. Sold for £110 and Lot 1132: A cut glass thistle shaped whisky decanter with silver collar/spout – Birmingham 1903. Sold for £90.

SILVER:

Lot 1241: A quantity of silver rat tail pattern cutlery – London 1936, also a silver fiddle pattern teaspoon. Sold for £440. Lot 1242: A late 20th Century silver three piece condiment set  in the form of owls with glass eyes, the mustard with parcel gilt mouse handled spoon – Richard Comyns and T & Co. marks. Sold for £460. Lot 1280: A silver teapot of semi-reeded design – London 1894. Sold for £260. Lot 1309: An 8 ½” diameter Chinese white metal petal shaped salver with bamboo pattern cast rim, birds flowers and central entwined dragon decoration, set on three ball feet – seal mark and initials KW to base. Sold for £240. Lot 1310: A pair of  4 ½” solid silver squat candlesticks with detachable nozzles and wide circular bases – London 1958. Sold for £180. Lot 1318: A 10” diameter silver salver with pie crust edge, set on four hoof pattern feet, by Barker Bros – Chester 1912. Sold for £240 and Lot 1325: Four silver fronted photograph frames, all with polished oak easel backs. Sold for £160.

JEWELLERY:

Lot 1341: A 1913 gold sovereign. Sold for £210. Lot 1342: A 1904 US $20 gold Liberty Double Eagle coin – about uncirculated – loose claw set in a yellow metal pendant mount. Sold for £850. Lot 1343: A boxed 18ct. gold award fob for the British Gardeners Association first examination 1911, on 9ct. gold brooch suspender. Sold for £300. Lot 1346: A hallmarked 18ct. gold bark effect wedding band – London 1972. Sold for £200. Lot 1354: A hallmarked imported 375 gold kerb-link necklace and bracelet to match. Sold for £200. Lot 1375: A marked “Plat” white metal Art Deco style ring with three diamonds in stepped square settings – 1ct. TDW. Sold for £1,200. Lot 1380: A marked 18ct yellow metal ring, set with central circular ruby within a diamond encrusted border – 1.5ct. TDW. Sold for £2,000. Lot 1384: A marked 18ct yellow metal ring, set with three central diamonds and further small diamonds to shoulders – 2ct. TDW. Sold for £3,200. Lot 1396: Two butterscotch and honey amber bead necklaces. Sold for £380. Lot 1419: A marked 750 yellow metal Art Deco style oval panel ring, set with central diamond within a paved sapphire and diamond encrusted border. Sold for £1,200 and Lot 1440: A gentleman’s steel cased Rolex Oyster Date Precision wristwatch – with box, tag, 1976 guarantee, translation sheet and spare links. Sold for £1,600.

PICTURES & PAINTINGS:

Lot 1465: Charles Edward Britan: a gilt framed watercolour, depicting Vixen Tor and King Tor, Dartmoor – signed – 9 ½” X 13 ½”. Sold for £100. Lot 1493: Tom Rowden: a wide gilt slipped watercolour, depicting sheep on a cliff top – signed and titled on slip “Bigbury Bay & Borough Island, S. Devon – 8” X 15 ¾”. Sold for £260. Lot 1510: A late 18th Century ornate gilt framed oil on canvas portrait of a bearded man wearing a turban – old repair, minor paint loss – 17 ½” X 13 ¼”. Sold for £120. Lot 1520: Richard Wane: a gilt framed and slipped watercolour, depicting a village scene with figures herding ducks – signed and dated 1880 – 14 “ X 19 ½”. Sold for £120. Lot 1524: Christopher Bramham: a framed oil on board, depicting a river landscape in summertime – signed – 13 ½” X 9 ½”. Sold for £130 and Lot 1573: Arthur Suker: a gilt framed watercolour, depicting a coastal view with cliffs – signed – 11 ¼” X 18 ½”. Sold for £200.

 


Lot 1342 Sold £850 

Lot 1380 Sold £2,000 
 
Lot 1384 Sold £3,200
 
Lot 1419 Sold £1,200
 
Lot 1440 Sold £1,600