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Thu 18 February 2016
A quality entry for our monthly sale attracted a large attendance of buyers both in the saleroom and on the internet.
Some excellent house clearances resulted in some unusual and fascinating items put forward to sell. This culminated in a top price of £2,100.00 for a pair of Chinese polychrome decorated female immortal figures, late 19th Century. Closely followed by an 18th Century pollarded oak and burr elm tripod table. 19” diam. At £2,000.00.
Within the sale a large selection of mixed boxes proved ever popular selling from £20.00 - £75.00 generally.
Treen and metal ware sold from £30.00 - £80.00 per lot. Several lots of ceramics produced plenty of interest and sold from £45.00 - £85.00. One lot of hardstone eggs made £100.00.
This month several lots of stamps sold from £62.00 - £90.00.
A good set of Miles Mason tea ware made £170.00.
A pair of Japanese bronze Koro cloisonné inverted baluster vases made £150.00. A Victorian stone china penang pattern part service £120.00.
Lots of silver. Pair of candlesticks £160.00. Victorian sugar castor £120.00. George IV silver tea pot £380.00. George IV silver toast rack £190.00.
Books & maps – 18 volumes of ‘Just William’ sold for £250.00. Maps both mounted and unmounted from £70.00 - £140.00.
Silver jewellery – Generally from £80.00 - £200.00.
Silver cutlery – Georgian silver £320.00
William III oak low dresser £300.00. Leather upholstered desk armchair £190.00. 19th Century iron & brass stool £200.00. A George III oak chest £180.00 & a George III joined oak dresser £680.00. A Globe-Wernicke five section bookcase £260.00.