Arts, Antiques & Interiors including Furs, Vintage Fashion & Bags and Antique Pocket Watches – Tuesday 9th April, 12 noon
Arts, Antiques & Interiors including Derek Fowler a 20th Century Artists Studio – Tuesday 16th April, 12 noon
Arts, Antiques & Interiors including Antique & Collectable Teddy Bears, Dolls, Toys & Textiles Tuesday 30th April, 11am – LIVE on-line bidding sale, text catalogue available during the viewing
Entries are now welcome: Antique dolls, Vintage Fashion, Costume, Lace, Vintage Furs, Die cast Toys, Trains, Juvenilia, Teddy Bears, Lead Soldiers, Dolls Houses, Miniatures & Rocking Horses.
Fine Antiques & Fine Arts including Printed Books, Manuscripts & Maps – Tuesday 11th June, 11am – Illustrated Catalogue - Live on-line sale -
Entries are now welcome: to include all good Asian Art and Fine Art, Jade, Porcelain, Bronzes, Pictures, Ceramics, Jewellery, Watches, Clocks, Printed Books, Manuscripts , Maps, and Fine Furniture.
Every Sale will have a full image catalogue on our website by the Sunday evening and a partial upload will start on the Friday evening prior to each sale. Text catalogues are available from reception during the viewing. (Illustrated catalogues are available for Fine Sales.)
Tuesday 9th April Auction will include a collection of affordable 19th Century and later Pocket Watches and a selection of vintage fur coats.
Tuesday 16th April Auction will be an interesting auction for 20th Century Art Collectors with the inclusion of 56 portraits and paintings by the artist Derek Fowler 1919 -1990.
We hope you had a Happy Easter weekend.
Our auction today was very busy; the company was open for viewing Sunday and Monday and had a steady flow of clientele over the weekend. There were some high prices realised for a number of lots here are some highlights of this week’s sale.
Lot 1. A late 19th Century horn slender swagger stick, with curved handle.
Estimate: £80-100 - sold for £495 inc., buyers’ premium & VAT
Lot 5. A 19th Century Japanese, Meiji period, ivory based Shibayama carte de visite (case), inlaid with birds and flower heads, sold together with a Victorian tortoiseshell card case, inlaid with yellow metal foliage decoration. (2) Estimate: £120-160 - sold for £335 inc., buyers’ premium & VAT
Lot 61. An 18th Century oil on chamfered panel, rural landscape, centred with a shepherd and his resting flock, indistinctly signed to lower right. Estimate: £200-300 - sold for £370 inc., buyers’ premium & VAT
Lot 93. An interesting collection of various Albert watch chains to include hallmarked silver curb links with medallion fobs, heavy long links, etc. (Qty) Estimate: £100-200 - sold for £350 inc., buyers’ premium & VAT
Lot 252. Eric Ravilious, a collection of Wedgwood ceramic table wares including "Travel" and "Garden" patterns, etc, comprising plates, dishes, cups and saucers, and a tureen and cover. (13)
Estimate: £200-400 - sold for £533 inc., buyers’ premium & VAT
Lot 274. Paul Nash, Dame Laura Knight, Graham Sutherland, etc, a collection of Foley first edition ceramics with designs by various artists, comprising demi-tasse and saucers, tea cup and saucer and side plates. (14) Estimate: £100-200 - sold for £845 inc., buyers’ premium & VAT
Lot 901. A 20th Century contemporary designed grey leather and chrome metal suite of seating furniture comprising two, two seater settees and three strut chairs en suite. (5) Estimate: £150-200 - sold for £3720 inc., buyers’ premium & VAT
Lot 902. A 20th Century slate top low table raised on a painted grey metal base together with a similar glass top low table. (2) Estimate: £70-100 - sold for £520 inc., buyers’ premium & VAT
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