Another very good demand throughout the sale with a good percentage of buyers in the room and strong commission and internet bidding following a very busy two days of viewing. Tuesday evening to 7pm proving very popular.

When we went online we thought that it would be only the smaller items attracting the main interest, but there was a surprisingly high percentage of furniture and pictures that were sold online.

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


Lot 20: A 3’ 2” late Georgian painted wire work garden bench with Gothic style decoration. Sold for £320. Lot 177: A 29 ½” late 19th Century Italian bow front vitrine with marble inset galleried top, gilt metalwork and three velvet lined shelves enclosed by a part glazed door with remains of decorative painted panels under. Sold for £300. Lot 246: A 4’ 5 ½” early 19th Century rosewood veneered side table with two blind frieze drawers, set on flanking massive tapered standard ends. Sold for £280. Lot 265: Two sets of four late 20th Century blonde wood lathe back kitchen chairs with sectional solid seats. Sold for £260. Lot 313: A 4’ 8 ½” Victorian carved oak kneehole desk with tooled green leather inset top, lion mask handle to frieze drawer and four flanking drawers. Sold for £240. Lot 372: A 4’ Georgian style figured walnut veneered and cross banded serpentine break front kneehole dressing table, set on cariole scroll legs with shaped pad feet. Sold for £240. Lot 391: A 25” antique stained and lacquered wood apothecary’s chest with an array of ten drawers, each bearing names and numbers, later moulded glass handles and casters. Sold for £300. Lot 397: A pair of Edwardian inlaid rosewood show frame fireside chairs with blue button back upholstery. Sold for £260. Lot 405: A pair of late 19th Century French parcel gilt and green painted framed boudoir chairs with floral cut upholstery, set on ornate cabriole front legs with scroll terminals. Sold for £240. Lot 415: A late 19th Century William Morris design variant English stained beech framed Sussex armchair with four bobbin spindles to back rail and woven rush seat. Sold for £360 and Lot 417: A 3’ 10” 19th Century continental ornate carved oak linen chest on stand with lion mask and putti swags to front, set on flanking dragon pattern supports with moulded plinths and green man scroll terminals. Sold for £460.


Lot 498: A 19th Century ornate gilt metal cased French salon clock with three inset painted portrait miniature panels and Japy Freres eight day bell striking movement. Sold for £140 and Lot 499: A reproduction mahogany longcase clock with moon phase arched dial and triple weight driven chiming movement, by Smallcombe Clocks, Essex – No. 20 of 500. Sold for £140.


Lot 643: A 13 ½” late 19th Century glazed display case containing a stuffed and mounted Little Owl in naturalistic setting, by “The Jungle”, Rowland Ward, 167 Piccadilly, London. Sold for £920. Lot 659: An early 20th Century violin, with unmarked bow and hard case. Sold for £320. Lot 686: A 3’ 10” rocking horse with glass eyes and remains of tack and horse hair – pos’ Lines Bros “Sportiboy” – for restoration. Sold for £280. Lot 696: Thirty two Victorian and later Half Crowns. Sold for £150. Lot 704: A 19th Century Royal Artillery Volunteers silver plated officer’s busby grenade badge. Sold for £100. Lot 725: A collection of five “The Prince of Wales” Christmas cards – sold with another similar. Sold for £320.


Lot 391. Sold £300.

Lot 415. Sold £360.


Lot 643. Sold £920.

Lot 1145. Sold £460.

Lot 1266. Sold £480.

Rendells Stonepark Sales Report For The Two Day Auction Held on 15th and 16th November 2017


 Lot 755: A collection of fountain and other pens including Montblanc 4810 with 14k nib, Cross, two Parker and Sheaffer and other examples. Sold for £520. Lot 768: A sealed box of twenty five tubed Romeo y Julieta No.3 de Luxe Cuban cigars. Sold for £200. Lot 781: A framed 18th Century embroidered wirework reliquary with central image of the marriage of Mary and St. Joseph. Sold for £120 and Lot 789: A 6 ½” late 19th Century Haida walrus tusk totem with animal and human figure decoration. Sold for £140.


Lot 1001: Three late 19th Century Minton’s Arts & Science tiles by John Moyr Smith. Sold for £160. Lot 1006: Three late 19th Century Minton’s Arts & Crafts Thompson’s Seasons tiles by John Moyr Smith. Sold for £140. Lot 1019: Ten Minton’s monochrome majolica tiles depicting hunting motifs and rider portraits. Sold for £420. Lot 1072: A miniature blue and white jardinière on stand with blown gilt highlights – sold with a damaged majolica jardinière. Sold for £160. Lot 1143: An antique Chinese blue and white bottle vase with figural panels – sold with an antique English blue and white tea bowl. Sold for £260. Lot 1145: An antique Caughley miniature blue and white part coffee and tea set, with fisherman and cormorant pattern decoration – bearing Salopian “S” mark. Sold for £460 and Lot 1200: An extensive suite of Waterford Colleen Elegance pattern cut crystal glassware. Sold for £1,400.


Lot 1371: A Georgian style silver coffee pot of tapered faceted design, with hinged lid and wooden scroll handle – London 1962. Sold for £480. Lot 1379: An Edward Viner silver three piece tea set of faceted design. Sold for £340. Lot 1381: A William IV silver three piece tea service with grape pattern finial to teapot, parcel gilt interiors and all-over ornate floral scroll decoration, by R. W. Smith – Dublin 1837. Sold for £1,650. Lot 1400: A silver three piece tea set of banded oval design by D & M Davis – Sheffield 1908. Sold for £260. Lot 1406: A silver wine bottle coaster with pierced scroll decoration and cast tray base – Birmingham 1910. Sold for £340. Lot 1445: A silver harlequin three piece tea set – various condition. Sold for £320. Lot 1469: A silver three piece tea set of banded oval design – Sheffield 1906. Sold for £380 and Lot 1516: A silver four piece tea set of semi-reeded design by William Hutton & Sons – Sheffield 1928/29. Sold for £400.


Lot 1531: A Kate Higham bespoke 18ct. white and yellow gold ring, set with 7ct. tanzanite within a sapphire and diamond border. Sold for £1,000. Lot 1563: A marked “Plat” white metal 2.14ct. diamond solitaire ring with insurance valuation certificate. Sold for £7,800. Lot 1565: A 9ct. gold kerb-link charm bracelet, set with numerous 9ct. and yellow metal charms, heat shaped padlock and safety chain. Sold for £700. Lot 1573: A marked 18ct. yellow metal four stone diamond ring. Sold for £1,050. Lot 1602: A marked 18ct. white metal ring, set with central 5.25ct. cushion shaped tanzanite within a twelve stone diamond border. Sold for £2,500. Lot 1659: A 1930’s 9ct. gold stepped cased Rolex wristwatch, with manual winding 15 jewel movement – a/f. Sold for £620 and Lot 1666: A steel cased IWC gentleman’s Portuguieser Chronograph wristwatch on original leather strap with clasp – in travel case. Sold for £3,000.


Lot 1696: Ernest William Haselhurst: a framed watercolour depicting a view of Clovelly – signed – 15 ¾” x 19 ½”. Sold for £360. Lot 1717: H.G. Gandy: three early 20th Century small simulated bamboo framed watercolours, depicting named views in Ceylon – sold with a later painting. Sold for £460. Lot 1723: R.O. Lenkiewicz: a bleached oak framed watercolour portrait of Brenda (mental patient) – signed 12 ¼” x 8 ¼”. Sold for £300. Lot 1738: A pair of gilt framed oils on board, depicting moonlit rural scenes – indistinctly signed – 13 ½” x 9 ¼”. Sold for £260. Lot 1778: G. Leaver: a framed oil on canvas, depicting a mature woodland with horse and rider – 32” x 36 ¼”. Sold for £340 and Lot 1782: A framed W.G. Grace cricketing interest coloured print entitled “Gentlemen V Players, a close shave for the Doctor”. Sold for £280.


Lot 1381. Sold £1650.

Lot 1563. Sold £7800.


Lot 1602. Sold £2,500

Lot 1659. Sold £620.

Lot 1666. Sold for £3000.