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1st November Auction

Our next auction will be held on the 1st November at 12 noon which will include a selection of Fine & Selected Art, Ceramics, Paintings and Furniture.


Auction Highlights

4th October Auction Highlights

4th October Auction Report

Take a look at a selection of results our auction made today. Keep a look out via our website and social media for videos, sneak peeks and information on our November Auction. 
Lot 9: AN 18CT GOLD ESSEX CRYSTAL PENDANT The crystal containing a design of a bird in a tree, held in a pierced gold mount with florets, the reverse having an oval glazed compartment, suspended from a fine box link chain, together with a velvet lined leather box. (approx diameter 2.5cm)

SOLD £900 Hammer
Lot 280 : A PLATINUM, NATURAL SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING
The single pear cut transparent blue sapphire surrounded by sixteen round cut diamonds, mounted on a plain platinum shank, complete with a gemologist report issued by The Gem and Pearl Laboratory, 43 Kirkby St, London, dated 21st August 2018, number 16123 stating no evidence of heat treatment (size O).
(approx sapphire weight 11.03ct) 

SOLD £12,000 Hammer
Lot 220 - MEISSEN, A PORCELAIN FIGURAL GROUP
Classical scene, a lady wearing period dress with a maid in attendance and winged cherubs with broken eggs, a similar figure was illustrated in the booklet 'Marks and Monograms on Old China', by Samuel Lichfield, importers and dealers in rare porcelain by appointment to the Royal Family 'The Dresden Gallery, Oxford St, London', bearing a blue crossed swords mark to base and incised 'F65'.
(approx 25cm) 


SOLD £600 Hammer
Lot 386 - EDMUND WHEELER, A 19TH CENTURY BRASS BINOCULAR MICROSCOPE Complete with extra lenses, in fitted mahogany case. (microscope 52cm/case 56cm)


SOLD £1,000 Hammer
Lot 367: 'THE BATHER', AFTER ÉTIENNE-MAURICE FALCONET, 1716 - 1791, A MID 19TH CENTURY FRENCH FIGURAL BRONZE STATUE
Stamped to base 'F. Barbedienne', bearing foundry mark and Achille Collas stamp.  
(h 57cm)

SOLD £900 Hammer
Lot 800 :  A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH FRUITWOOD FARMHOUSE DRAW LEAF EXTENDING DINING TABLE
With a single drawer, raised on square tapering legs.
(200cm x 92cm x 76cm/extended 394cm)

SOLD £1,400 Hammer
Lot 223 : MEISSEN, A PORCELAIN FIGURAL GROUP
Titled 'Amusement de l'enfant', after the model by MV ACIER, a mother and child with a cradle, bearing blue crossed swords mark and incised 'E76' and impressed '70'. 
(approx 20cm x 22cm) 

SOLD £420 Hammer
Lot 824 :  AN EARLY 18TH CENTURY WALNUT CHEST ON CHEST
With three short above six long drawers fitted with brass handles and escutcheons, with reeded canted corners, raised on bracket feet.
(107cm x 55cm x 163cm)

SOLD £2,400 Hammer
Lot 816 : A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY WALNUT CASED COIN OPERATED POLYPHON
With turned finials and fretwork cornice above an arched glazed door with gilded inscription 'H. Tloto, Altona, Adolfstrass', flanked by turned and reeded columns above a fall front drawer containing extra discs.
(w 87cm x d 49cm x h 232cm)

SOLD £10,000 Hammer
Lot 488 : ARTHUR HACKER, 1858 - 1919, OIL ON PANEL
King Charles Monument, Whitehall, signed lower left, inscribed verso and in a swept pierced gilt frame.
(oil 35cm x 26cm/frame 47.5cm x 56cm)
 

SOLD £900 Hammer