A strong trade throughout the two day sale and it was good to see buyers from the continent in attendance whose presence throughout the various categories helped ensure a high percentage sold. Jewellery and silver sections were particularly good with the top price of £3,000 being sold in the room. The internet bidders especially in the picture and paintings section were particularly noticeable.

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

FURNITURE (including Outside Effects:

Lot 18: A set of four concrete statues representing the Four Seasons – average height 3’ 11”. Sold for £720. Lot 116: A 5’ Heal’s oak triple wardrobe with hanging space and shelves enclosed by panelled doors, set on simple block feet. Sold for £360. Lot 135: A 9’ Edwardian mahogany extending dining table with two leaves, set on turned legs with brass caps and casters. Sold for £260. Lot 144: A 5’ two seater settee upholstered in buff brown leather, set on square tapered legs. Sold for £240. Lot 161: An Art Nouveau inlaid mahogany wardrobe and matching dressing table by Johnson & Appleyards of Rotherham, with Shapland & Petter locks, peacock, poppy and whiplash scroll decoration. Sold for £650. Lot 242: A 5’ 6” early 20th Century Maple’s polished oak dresser base in the antique style with two central drawers and flanking cupboards, set on an open stretcher base. Sold for £260. Lot 276: A 6’ 2 ½” Victorian heavily carved stained oak fire surround, complete with fire back, insert and grate. Sold for £280. Lot 318: A 4’ Georgian oak potboard dresser with two shelf open plate rack over two frieze drawers, set on turned front supports and pommel feet. Sold for £360. Lot 370: An antique stained yew wood Windsor comb back elbow chair with solid elm seat, set on crinoline stretcher and ring turned supports. Sold for £220 and Lot 373: A3’ 7 ½” late Victorian stained pine storage chest with three flights of four drawers, on plinth base. Sold for £280.


Lot 432: A 23” diameter vintage Smiths Sectric painted metal cased dial wall timepiece. Sold for £260. Lot 442: A late 19th Century stained mahogany framed dial wall timepiece with 14” dial and single fusee eight day movement. Sold for £340. Lot 448: A 14” high antique brass wall mounted lantern clock, the 7” dial marked for Geo. Rowning, Newmarket, with single hand, Roman numerals, long pendulum and single weight driven movement – count wheel detached, but included. Sold for £950. Lot 451: An early 20th Century brass and bevelled glass cased carriage clock with eight day strike repeat alarm movement – No.13174 – fractures to dial. Sold for £120 and Lot 454: A 19th Century French green onyx and brassed metal mounted four glass salon mantel clock, with mask pattern pendulum and eight day gong striking movement. Sold for £130.


Lot 642: A collection of 1980’s miners’ strike pin, button and lapel badges – sold with Lady Windsor and Linby colliery checks. Sold for £160. Lot 656: A 1930’s German 1933 pattern SA dagger with minor rust to anodized scabbard – matching numbers. Sold for £360. Lot 657: A late 20th Century Royal Navy officer’s dress sword by Wilkinson – minor rust and pitting to blade. Sold for £180. Lot 658: A late 20th Century Royal Navy officer’s sword by Wilkinson – minor rust, pitting and shagreen loss. Sold for £180. Lot 664: An 1865 gold sovereign, loose mounted in a 9ct. gold pendant, on chain. Sold for £260 and Lot 710: A pair of Japanese Meiji period shibayama and lacquered wood figures, one a hat dancer, the other a woman holding a basket at head height – both approximately 8” high. Sold for £520.


Lot 161 Sold £650 
Lot 448 Sold £950
Lot 710 Sold £520
Lot 1020 Sold £300
Lot 1342 Sold £3,000

Rendells Stonepark Sales Report For The Two Day Auction Held on 20th and 21st September 2018


Lot 1020: A pair of 23” 19th Century Chinese export famille rose baluster vases with lion mask handles and allover decoration featuring Hundred Boys performing a Dragon Boat Festival dance and a court scene. Sold for £300. Lot 1033: A quantity of T.G. Green Cornish Ware including teapot, storage jars and flour sifter – various marks, age and condition. Sold for £130. Lot 1055: A pair of Chinese garden stools of stubbed barrel form and with Cantonese style famille rose decoration featuring court scenes and flowers. Sold for £280 and Lot 1064: A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma bowl with internal peacock under tree decoration – base marked. Sold for £180.


Lot 1123: A 20th Century Royal Navy presentation bell with tasselled pull and shield shaped wall plaque. Sold for £60. Lot 1124: A painted cast iron dachshund pattern boot scraper. Sold for £65. Lot 1142: A pair of antique spelter figures, depicting Albrecht Durer and Hendrick Goltzius. Sold for £110. Lot 1147: A 23” bronzed nude female figure, set on a socle base. Sold for £180 and Lot 1149: A Central African cast bronze model of a recumbent lion. Sold for £100.


Lot 1256: A late 18th Century ornate silver tankard with fluted C-scroll, pitted decoration and scroll handle – London, C.W. Sold for £250. Lot 1260: A set of six each Victorian silver dessert knives and forks with engraved detail and mother-of-pearl handles. Sold for £240. Lot 1273: A Russian gilt metal and champleve enamelled koush, bearing 84 purity mark and kokoshim mark for Moscow (1908-26). Sold for £320. Lot 1276: A large quantity of continental white metal cutlery, all marked VCD and with garland decoration. Sold for £500. Lot 1288: A silver pint tankard with cast scroll handle and raised foot – Sheffield 1973. Sold for £220 and Lot 1289: A faceted cut glass scent bottle with guilloche enamel to silver hinged lid – sold with a similar jar with push fit lid and a silver trinket box, set on cabriole legs. Sold for £280


Lot 1318: A 9ct. gold fancy box-link chain necklace. Sold for £380. Lot 1325: An Edwardian open pendant, set with two rubies and numerous small diamonds within an enamelled scroll frame, on 9c. chain. Sold for £800. Lot 1342: A marked 18ct. yellow metal panel ring, set with central 1.01ct. oblong diamond within a ten stone diamond border (1ct.). Sold for £3,000. Lot 1346: A marked 18ct. white metal three stone diamond ring – 1.55ct. TDW. Sold for £1,900. Lot 1348: An 18ct. white gold diamond solitaire ring with diamond set shoulders – 1ct. TDW. Sold for £1,000. Lot 1356: A 4cm wingspan Victorian butterfly pattern brooch, set with sapphires, rubies and numerous rose and old cut diamonds, with pearls set body and safety chain. Sold for £900. Lot 1378: A pair of marked 750 white metal ear-rings, each set with large oval tanzanite and brilliant cut diamond to suspender – 5.7ct. and 0.5ct. TDW. Sold for £1,650. Lot 1384: A platinum ring, set with cushion shaped topaz within a diamond encrusted border, with further diamonds to claws and shoulders. Sold for £500 and Lot 1391: A marked 14k yellow metal fancy-link bracelet, set with three large amethysts and three large citrines. Sold for £650.


Lot 1431: John Shapland: a pair of gilt framed gouache paintings, both depicting moorland views with stream and heather. Sold for £110. Lot 1435: George Large: a gilt framed watercolour entitled “Fishing Tournament”, bearing Llewellyn & Alexander Ltd. gallery label and clipping verso – 10 ½” x 23 ½”. Sold for £520. Lot 1451: Geoffrey Watson: a framed monochrome watercolour, depicting a two seater biplane of the RAF – signed – 11” x 9 ½”. Sold for £170. Lot 1460: A gilt framed 19th Century oil on canvas, depicting figures in an interior with dog. Sold for £120. Lot 1500: An ornate gilt framed oil on canvas, depicting a mountain river landscape – relined. Sold for £170 and Lot 1501: John White: a gilt framed watercolour, depicting Dartmoor ponies on the high moor with stream in foreground and tor in distance – 13 Ύ” x 20 ½”. Sold for £180.


Lot 1346 Sold £1900 

Lot 1348 Sold £1000 
Lot 1356 Sold £900
Lot 1378 Sold £1650
Lot 1435 Sold £520