Friday 07 July 2017
Commencing at 11:00amBedford Auction Centre
Friday 30th June – 5pm to 8pm,
Saturday 1st July – 9am to 1pm,
Thursday 6th July – 9am to 6pm,
Morning of sale from 9am
The first Friday of every month sees a specialist auction of Antiques and Collectable’s at the Bedford Auction Centre. A range of Antique Furniture, Pictures, Ceramics & Glass, Silver, Metalware, Boxes and Caddies, Militaria and other collector ’s items are offered for sale.
ENTRIES INVITED FOR NEXT SALE
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After Demeter H. Chiparus (1886-1947), a cold painted and ivory mounted bronze figure ‘Nimble Dancer’ on a stepped onyx base, based engraved ‘ETLING, PARIS’, h. 46 cm, figure h. 30.5 cm
Estimate £1000 – £1500
Recent sale results from this auction are displayed below. To view highlights from other auctions, click here.
Bedford Auction Centre
A William IV mahogany reeded dining table, the two D-ends joined by a central leaf, on turned legs with castors, l. 175 cm
Sold for £640
Priscilla Hann (contemporary), a bronze sculpture modelled as a horse 'Mister Baileys' on a naturalistic base and mahogany plinth, h. 41 cm
Sold for £700
A 19th century brass samovar of hexagonal form with shell form handles and scrolled legs, in the Russian manner, h. 35 cm
Sold for £2000
An early 20th century pine and strung apprentice piece modelled as a working wheelbarrow, l. 76 cm
Sold for £260
A group of late 19th/early 20th century stoneware ginger beer bottles, many named, including three with blue and green bands, together with a group of cods, inks, reference booklets etc.
Sold for £700
William Lionel Wylie (1851-1931),
'Report Me All Well',
signed and inscribed,
27 x 42 cm
Sold for £820
Richard Llewellyn Benson Rathbone (1864-1939), a pair of Arts & Crafts brass candlesticks of squat form, stamped '19 Rathbone 02 107T', h. 12.5 cm each
Sold for £1400
A late 19th century French mantle clock, the face with Roman numerals, in the form of a sphere supported by a pair of putti on a gilt metal base of architectural form decorated with swags, h. 39 cm
Sold for £750
A 19th century and later mahogany and brass bound campaign-chest, the three short drawers over three long drawers on turned feet,
w. 99 cm
Sold for £900
A 19th century Russian brown patinated bronze bust of Emperor Nicholas I (1796-1855) on an integral socle of waisted cylindrical form, h. 47 cm, on a red marble plinth of shaped square form applied with a gilt bronze Romanov coat of arms, overall h. 61 cm *Believed to be a court commission
Sold for £5000
A group of three early 20th century walking canes, each with the pommel modelled as an African head, one with a brass mount marked 'G. Little & Co. Makers,
63 Haymarket, London
Sold for £600
After Demeter H. Chiparus (1886-1947), a cold painted and ivory mounted bronze figure 'Nimble Dancer' on a stepped onyx base, based engraved 'ETLING, PARIS', overall h. 46 cm, figure h. 30.5 cm
Sold for £7000
A parian ware bust modelled as a half length classical female figure on a socle base, h. 42 cm
Sold for £920
A George II silver covered tankard of tapered cylindrical form, having a scroll work thumb piece and leaf capped handle above a ribbed body, maker (?)IB, London 1759, h. 17.5 cm,
Sold for £740
A Napoleonic Prisoner-of-War bone figural group modelled as a guillotine execution with staircase, within a display cabinet, 37 x 20 cm, together with a similar boat
Sold for £950