Despite having to postpone our auction last week because of the severe weather conditions the sale went off this week without a hitch.
And what a result we had! Our biggest surprise of the sale was lot 451, a pair of Chinese bronze vases what sold for a whopping £11,000!
Take a look at a selection of our results below:
Lot 451: A PAIR OF CHINESE BRONZE BALUSTER VASES
With elephant head masks, bearing a Chinese six character mark to top rim..
SOLD - £11,000
Lot 624: A HOWARD STYLE UPHOLSTERED EASY ARMCHAIR
Raised on square tapered legs and castors.
SOLD - £420
Lot 73: A VINTAGE 18CT GOLD AND GEM SET BRACELET
Having a pierced design set with square cut red and black stones, held in a velvet lined box 'H. Kaufmann, George St, London'.
SOLD - £500
Lot 600 - A CARVED STONE HEAD OF THE GREEK GODDESS DIANA
Having long hair tied in a knot.
SOLD - £8000
Lot 634: AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY WALNUT VENEERED COCKTAIL CABINET
Having a rise and hinged Iid with fitted mirrored top section and cupboard base.
SOLD - £340
Lot 233: RUDOLPH IHLEE, 1883 - 1968, OIL ON CANVAS
Interior scene, Arabesque scene of characters seated in a courtyard, signed lower right, dated 1922 and held in a painted wooden frame.
SOLD - £700
Lot 449 - AIGUILLES, PARIS, A 19TH CENTURY GILT BRONZE RECTANGULAR ALARM REPEATER CARRIAGE CLOCK
Having a finely chased and embossed gilt case, white dial with subsidiary alarm dial and striking mechanism, marked 'Aiguilles, Reveil Fabret a Paris'.
SOLD - £600