SALES REPORT FOR THE TWO DAY AUCTION HELD ON 23rd AND 24th MAY 2019.
THE SALE INCLUDED JEWELLERY, SILVER AND PLATE, FURNITURE,
CERAMICS, COLLECTABLES, CLOCKS, PICTURES AND PAINTINGS.
A collection of Beatrix Potter, Bunnykins and other teaware was the surprise of the day which sold at £2,600 to a local buyer in the room against strong internet and telephone bidding. The internet interest was much stronger this month with buyers from Australia, USA, China, Vietnam and throughout Europe, but it was still many of our regular buyers who were eventually the purchasers.
Principal prices paid for some of the better Lots in the sale follow: Bold text items are illustrated.
Lot 101: A 3’ 10” 19th Century figured mahogany chest on chest with two short and three long graduated drawers over three further drawers, set on turned feet. Sold for £260. Lot 115: A 3’ 3 ½” Irish Coast polished recycled wood two-part dresser with glazed doors, recess and four spice drawers, over a base with slides, two short drawers and double cupboard under. Sold for £320. Lot 132: A6’ Victorian carved oak narrow bench with acanthus carved raised back, moulded seat and decorative apron, set on turned legs. Sold for £320. Lot 133: An 8’ polished oak school table, set on heavy square tapered legs. Sold for £340. Lot 151: A 5’ 1” Irish Coast polished recycled wood dresser base with three central drawers and flanking panelled cupboard doors. Sold for £240. Lot 191: A 4’ 1” late Georgian polished oak and strung coffer with triple panel front and two drawers under. Sold for £260. Lot 315: A 32” antique polished oak lowboy with frieze drawer and shaped apron, set on cabriole legs. Sold for £320. Lot 320: A 24” early 20th Century polished walnut “The Lebus Cabinet” with two flights of eight drawers enclosed by a tambour front, set on plinth base. Sold for £260. Lot 326: An early 20th Century brass adjustable club fender with button back oxblood leather upholstery and decorative cast corner mounts. Sold for £260 and Lot 354: A 5’ 11” Georgian oak dresser in the Jacobean style with three deep drawers and panelled ends. Sold for £260.
CLOCKS & BAROMETERS:
Lot 439: A 19th Century mahogany framed dial wall timepiece, the 12” dial marked for Kleyser & Co., 31 High St. Boro’, London, with single fusee eight day movement. Sold for £140. Lot 447: A Regency brass strung flame mahogany cased table clock with 7 ½” diameter dial, glazed sides and back, the twin fusee repeat striking eight day bell striking movement with engraved shouldered plates. Sold for £340 and Lot 452: A brass and bevelled glass cased French carriage timepiece with circular dial and eight day movement. Sold for £100.
Lot 644: An old painted wood pond yacht with 30” hull, sails and rigging. Sold for £130. Lot 689: An early 20th Century General Electric Company Ltd. “Freesor” desk fan – a/f. Sold for £240. Lot 695: A 6’ 4” hardwood punt with fore and aft locker seats. Sold for £180. Lot 731: A cased set of four Victorian 1892 Maundy Pennies and a similar 1997 set. Sold for £200. Lot 747: A mid Second World War second pattern commando knife in original leather scabbard – rust to blade, no markings. Sold for £320. Lot 748: A Second World War third pattern commando knife in original scabbard with blackened finish and numeral “1” to pommel. Sold for £200. Lot 808: Two small antique dolls and gloves – various condition. Sold for £240 and Lot 814: A 1962 Lego 810-4 UK Town Plan set in original box, packing paper and packing carton – mostly complete and in excellent condition. Sold for £340.
Rendells Stonepark Sales Report For The Two Day Auction Held on 23rd and 24th May 2019
Lot 1013: A collection of Beatrix Potter themed licensed china including Royal Winton, Grimwades and Wedgwood examples, also Bunnykins and other teaware. Sold for £2,600. Lot 1023: A silicone ware jug – sold with a pottery vase, etc. Sold for £190. Lot 1098: A collection of oriental vases of various age and style. Sold for £110. Lot 1143: A 10” Barum pottery bulbous tyg vase with fish and scroll decoration. Sold for £150 and Lot 1174: Two antique hobnail glasses – sold with another similar and two tumblers. Sold for £95.
Lot 1194: An Art Nouveau WMF bottle holder – one foot missing. Sold for £50. Lot 1217: A quantity of copper and brass items including tankard pattern ice bucket, mirror, bugle, etc. Sold for £55. Lot 1231: A Chinese bronze censer bearing apocryphal Xuande mark. Sold for £120 and Lot 1234: A Tudric pewter twin compartment hors d’oeuvres handled dish – sold with an Austrian pewter inkstand. Sold for £200.
Lot 1335: A 10” diameter silver salver with cast shaped rim, central inscription and scroll feet by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths – London 1923. Sold for £200. Lot 1339: A pair of 10” diameter Victorian silver armorial plates with ornate cast rims – London 1879. Sold for £620. Lot 1349: A 9 ¼” silver pedestal fruit basket by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths with pierced decoration and flanking blank cartouches – London 1907. Sold for £240. Lot 1412: A Victorian silver four piece tea set with beaded decoration and scroll handles, all bearing Lincoln’s Inn presentation inscription and or initials – London 1859. Sold for £620 and Lot 1444: A silver harlequin four piece tea and coffee set of semi reeded oval design. Sold for £360.
Lot 1484: A marked 15 yellow metal rope twist guard chain and gilt metal propelling pencil. Sold for £360. Lot 1503: A Chinese carved olive nut and coral bead necklace in original Grosjean, Pekin retailer’s upholstered box. Sold for £500. Lot 1504: A Chinese white jadeite bead necklace and panel pendant with fisherman decoration, in original Grosjean, Pekin retailer’s upholstered box. Sold for £400. Lot 1570: An antique white metal ring, set with four large and one tiny old European cut diamonds – approx 3ct TDW. Sold for £2,250. Lot 1571: A marked 18ct yellow metal flowerhead pattern ring, set with central diamond within a ten stone diamond border – 1.90ct. TDW. Sold for £1,700. Lot 1581: An Edwardian unmarked white metal open scroll pendant, set with numerous old cut and rose diamonds, on chain. Sold for £1,200. Lot 1584: A hallmarked 750 white gold bracelet, each of the articulated links set with an individual diamond – 3ct. TDW. Sold for £1,300. Lot 1613: An 18ct. gold cased half hunter pocket watch with Swiss lever movement and dial marked for Jays, 142-144 Oxford St., London. Sold for £1,100. Lot 1616: A 1930’s 18ct. gold cased Longines gentleman’s wristwatch with dial and original box marked for Jays, 142-144 Oxford St. – inscription to case back. Sold for £480. Lot 1617: An Omega Constellation bi-metal gentleman’s quartz day date wristwatch with original bracelet. Sold for £460. Lot 1618: An Omega Constellation bi-metal and diamond inset bezel lady’s quartz wristwatch with original bracelet. Sold for £480 and Lot 1624: A 9ct. gold Smiths Astral gentleman’s wristwatch with seventeen jewel movement – case – Edinburgh 1964, mesh-link bracelet – Birmingham 1964. Sold for £360.
PICTURES & PAINTINGS:
Lot 1642: John Shapland: a gilt framed and slipped gouache, depicting a view of Dartmouth castle – signed 11” X 18”. Sold for £130. Lot 1646: An ornate gilt framed reproduction oil on panel, depicting the young Nelson – 15 ½” X 11 ½”. Sold for £160. Lot 1702: Robert L. Howey: a gilt framed mixed media painting, depicting waves breaking on the coast – 6 ½” X 9 ¼”. Sold for £160. Lot 1704: G. Clifford: a parcel gilt framed oil on canvas, depicting a spaniel and pheasants – signed and dated 1903. Sold for £170. Lot 1708: Tom Rowden: a gilt framed and slipped watercolour, depicting a moorland scene with cattle and stream – signed and dated 1901. Sold for £150 and Lot 1758: John Glover (attributed): an antique ornate gilt gesso framed watercolour, depicting a classical English river landscape – 20 ¼” X 27”. Sold for £580.