SALES REPORT FOR THE TWO DAY AUCTION HELD ON
18th and 19th OCTOBER 2018.
THE SALE INCLUDED FURNITURE, CERAMICS,
METALWARE, PICTURES & PAINTINGS, POSTCARDS, STAMPS & EPHEMERA
Its not all the internet with the top price of the
day at £22,000 for a Vulliamy table clock being sold to the room.
Edwardian furniture was again difficult to find new homes for especially
for the larger pieces. There does however seem to be an increased
interest in pictures and paintings.
Principal prices paid for some of the better Lots in
the sale follow: Bold text items are illustrated.
103: A 4 7 antique carved mixed wood two part cabinet, with profile
portrait beaded roundels to panelled doors, set on a base with two long
drawers. Sold for £360. Lot
104: A 4 4 Edwardian satin walnut linen press with moulded cornice and
three slides enclosed by a pair of panelled doors, set on a base with
two short and two long drawers.
Sold for £320. Lot 112: A 5 11 ½ early 20th Century Arts and
Crafts style golden oak sideboard, with flanking decorative leaded
glazed panel doors, mirror, three frieze drawers and four panelled
cupboard doors. Sold for £260.
132: A 7 10 ½ modern polished oak refectory style dining table, set on
decorative open standard ends with wrought iron brackets.
Sold for £300.
Lot 200: A 6 6 ½ Victorian pine farmhouse kitchen table
with planked top and three frieze drawers, set on massive turned legs.
Sold for £240. Lot 278: A 3 4
19th Century mahogany linen press with five slides enclosed
by a pair of panelled doors over two short and three long graduated
drawers, set on plinth base. Sold for £320. Lot 332: A 1976 Orkney
hooded chair from Kirkwall with woven
sea grass seat panel and polished wood frame. Sold for £340.
368: A 5 1 ½ Brights of Nettlebed antiqued polished wood potboard
dresser with two frieze drawers, set on rustic square tapered supports.
Sold for £240. Lot 390: An
antique Mendlesham chair with string inlaid back and pierced heart
shaped splat, bearing initials for Jonathon Blowers to underside of
solid seat panel, set on slender turned supports. Sold for £300. Lot
391: A 24 Victorian polished mahogany Wellington chest with
flight of seven graduated drawers, set on rounded plinth base. Sold for
Lot 404: A 4 11 Georgian style gilt framed
overmantel mirror with applied beaded and shell decoration, with triple
bevelled plates. Sold for £220.
CLOCKS & BAROMETERS:
Lot 431: An American stained wood cased regulator
wall clock with profuse floral carved and pierced decoration, with
spring driven gong striking movement total height 5.
Sold for £100. Lot 452: An Art Deco inlaid walnut and metal mounted cased
mantel clock with diagonal sunburst design and eight day chiming
movement. Sold for £100. Lot
454: An early 19th Century mahogany longcase clock, the 12
arched brass dial marked for Wm. Wills,
and with eight day bell striking movement.
Sold or £180.
Lot 457: A Blick-Electric polished wood cased factory
regulator wall clock, with Gents System movement.
Sold for £140. Lot 458: A
Regency brass inlaid mahogany cased table clock with stylised oriental
pediment, the 6 Ό shaped silvered dial marked for P. Courti, 75 Fore
Street, Exeter, with twin fusee eight day bell striking movement. Sold
for £1,200. Lot 459: Benjamin Lewis Vulliamy: An 1841 rosewood cased
table clock, the 8 silvered oblong dial dated and numbered 1558 with
concealed regulator and strike/silent dials, seconds dial to centre and
marked Vulliamy, London, the triple fusee chiming movement with full
octave of eight concentric bells with large striking bell and heavy
pommel pendulum. Sold for £22,000.
Lot 278 Sold £320
Lot 332 Sold £340
Lot 390 Sold £300
Lot 391 Sold £300
Lot 458 Sold £1,200
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and 19th October 2018
549: A framed continental embroidery sampler faded. Sold for £75.
Lot 564: An Edwardian glazed display case containing a
taxidermy study of two stuffed and mounted pole cats, stoat, weasel and
prey rabbit, in naturalistic setting. Sold for £130.
576: A large antique Dolland single draw telescope a/f. Sold for
£120. Lot 580: A set of four oak framed old floral embroidery
panels. Sold for £70. Lot 623: A
pair of early 20th Century painted cast iron Southern Region
railway signal finials and bases. Sold for £85.
625: A 1996 White Horses of Welwyn dark oak rocking horse safety
rocker base length 4. Sold for £400. Lot
628: Charles Holmes, Pte. 8081 1st Battalion Manchester Regiment: First World War triple
medal group sold with related ephemera and three other First World War
medals. Sold for £180. Lot 639: R. Grange, Gunner 24283587 Royal
Artillery: General service medal with N.I. clasp and miniature, 1991
Gulf War medal, Kuwait Liberation medal and boxed Kuwait Liberation medal (Saudi Arabia). Sold for £160 and
Lot 694: Two boxed Moorcroft enamel trinket
boxes Cherries and King Tut. Sold for £120.
1015: A Royal Albert Old Country Roses pattern four place tea set
including teapot. Sold for £55.
1032: A small collection of Chinese Republic Period porcelain sold
with a small cloisonnι pot. Sold
for £50. Lot 1041: A Royal Doulton Andante pattern eight place tea
and dinner service. Sold for
£60. Lot 1065: A quantity of vintage
pattern tea and dinner ware.
Sold for £50. Lot 1095: Four vintage Carltonware Guinness bar
figures: Tortoise, Zoo Keeper, Kangaroo and Ostrich a/f.
Sold for £130 and
Lot 1108: A small collection of Scandinavian art glass
including three named vases, etc.
Sold for £60.
1153: Three silver plated cocktail shakers. Sold for £60. Lot 1178: A 19th Century bronze bell. Sold
for £65. Lot 1190: An 11 ½ late
Victorian ornate cast bronze two handled urn with band of lily
decoration, set on black slate base. Sold for £85.
Lot 1192: A bronzed putti group, set on marble base. Sold
for £85 and Lot 1202: A rosewood box containing six antique
Sino-Tibetan miniature cast bronze Buddhas and others. Sold for £130.
PICTURES & PAINTINGS:
Lot 1281: J.T. Linnell: an ornate gilt gesso
framed oil on board, depicting a rural scene with sheep sheltering in
the shade of trees 11 ½ x 14 ½. Sold for £480. Lot
1289: A late 19th Century framed oil on board, depicting The
Barquentine Agnes under full sail 14 Ύ x 19 Ύ.
Sold for £220. Lot 1307: A gilt gesso framed 19th Century oil
on canvas, depicting a boy playing a violin in an interior with dog and
chickens 9 Ύ x 11 Ύ. Sold
for £260. Lot 1319: J.P. Hall: a gilt framed Victorian oil painting
on canvas, depicting a girl reading a book under a hollow tree
extensive later over painting to background 30 ½ x 16 ½.
Sold for £240. Lot 1335:
Rebecca Lardner: a pair of framed mixed media paintings, depicting
South Coast harbour views both signed and
dated 99 panels 8 square.
Sold for £400. Lot 1353: A large 19th Century gilt gesso
framed oil on canvas genre painting, depicting a river mountain
landscape with waterfall and figures in foreground 35 Ό x 3 11.
Sold for £1,200 and Lot 1366: Clarence Roe: a large ornate gilt
framed 19th Century oil on canvas genre painting, depicting a
Scottish highland scene with lake and stag named and dated on slip
29 ½ x 4 1 ½. Sold for £260.
POSTCARDS, STAMPS &
1425: An album containing a collection of early 20th Century
postcards including maritime, social history, humour and greetings
examples. Sold for £120. Lot
1430: An extensive collection of approx 10,000 early to mid 20th
Century postcards mainly topographic examples. Sold for £300.
Lot 1454: Three photograph albums including RAF in
in the 1930s, numerous aircraft images, posed groups, sporting teams
and humorous images. Sold for £480 and Lot
1467: A collection of approx 235 mainly early 20th Century
postcards including topographic, world tour, humour and greetings
examples, etc. Sold for £120.
Lot 459 Sold £22,000
Lot 625 Sold £400
Lot 639 Sold £160
Lot 1281 Sold £480
Lot 1353 Sold £1,200