Thursday 28 November 2019
Commencing at 11:00amLeamington Spa Auction Centre
Saturday 23rd November – 10am - 2pm,
Tuesday 26th November - 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 27th November – 9am - 7pm,
Morning of sale from 9am
Thursday sales of Antiques and Collectors items are held bi-monthly at our Leamington Spa saleroom. These sales incorporate a range of Antique Furniture, Pictures, Ceramics & Glass, Silver, Metalware, Boxes and Caddies, Militaria and other collector’s items are offered for sale.
A late 20th century American walnut, bubinga and sycamore kitchen table and four matching chairs made and designed by Alan Eldridge ( the chairs in 1988 and the table made to match in 1990 ). The chair seats and table top with angled stripes of sycamore separated by the darker woods, the chair frames and table base predominately sycamore with darker stripes, table. With associated paperwork, h. 74 cm, w. 90 cm, d. 90 cm £4000 – £6000
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Regular Valuation Days are held in the saleroom for clients wishing to include items in the sale
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A possible 3rd or 4th century Roman bronze statuette of a dog modelled in a prowling pose, l. 21 cm £1000 – £1500
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A late Victorian yellow metal and diamond star pendant/ brooch, the six point star set with graduating old and rough cut diamonds. Central stone approx 0.17ct. Total carat weight estimated at 1.2ct. Approx weight 9.4g, dia. 2.8 cm
Sold for £800
A late 19th/early 20th century Fernand Martin mechanical toy 'Le Gai Violoniste' in working order and in original box, h. 20 cm
Sold for £1,400
An 1693 William and Mary five guinea gold coin, the reverse with crowned shield of arms, the obverse with conjoined busts of the monarchs. Edge year QVINTO.
Sold for £4,000
A large Japanese Meiji period satsuma ginger jar profusely decorated with gilt painted and relief moulded figures of deities in natural scenes. Character mark to base, together with a hardwood stand, h. 37 cm
Sold for £420
An early 20th century German tin plate clockwork fire engine in red and orange livery with four seated fire men, working extending ladder and clock work mechanism with ringing bells, the tyres marked S.G. Cord and S.G. to engine grill, in original box, good condition,
h. 19 cm, l. 43 cm
Sold for £800
A WWI medal group named to 11460 W.O. C.L.2. A. Clarke, Royal Warwickshire regiment. The group comprising of a George V Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM), 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal and a later Warwick Fire Brigade 10 years service medal. Together with medal bar, spare ribbons and a selection of photographs of Arthur Clarke including as a solder and in later life as a fireman
Sold for £1,300
Daisy Makeig-Jones for Wedgwood, a large Fairyland lustre pedestal bowl, the exterior in the Woodland Bridge pattern, the interior in the Poplar Trees pattern, richly decorated in multiple colours with gilt detailing. Printed Wedgwood mark to base, dia. 28 cm, h. 14.5 cm
Sold for £800
A late 19th century state chair made for the Prince of Wales (to become Edward VII) for his state visit to Warwick castle during the Royal Show and made by J Plucknnett & Co. of Warwick. The chair is covered in crimson frise velvet and surmounted by carved lions holding shields monogrammed A E ( Albert Edward ). The crest of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales is embroidered to the back. The chair is mentioned in 'The Woodcarvers of Warwick' by Ann Stevens, h. 103 cm, w. 55 cm, d. 58 cm
Sold for £1000
A large pair of early 20th century Japanese cloisonne enamel vases of hexagonal form, abundantly decorated with wild flowers on a black ground, h. 46 cm
Sold for £1300
An 18ct yellow gold, emerald and diamond three stone ring, the approximately 3ct square cut emerald flanked by two approximately 0.5ct triangular cut diamonds. Size N. Approx weight 4.8g
Sold for £1,100
A Victorian oak and crossbanded extending dining table, the circular carved edge top extending with a winding mechanism on both sides with three extra leaves over a Gothic base splitting in two to carry the ends and consisting of carved corinthium columns and foliate brackets above four carved winged dog feet, h. 77 cm, w. 138 cm, min l. 138 cm, max l. 303 cm
Sold for £1,500
A Lachenal & Co 'The Edeophone' concertina, the fretwork ends having 48 buttons. Numbered 60031, RD number 129662. Housed in the original leather case with later stickers to exterior
Sold for £1,400
A pair of early 20th century Japanese vases of cuboid form, the narrow necks with Satsuma decoration over brightly coloured tapering bodies, six character marks to bases, h. 30 cm
Sold for £600
A 'lifesize' model Dalek, with electronic components on castors, h. 162 cm, w. 91 cm, d. 122 cm
Sold for £1,500
A George V silver mounted claret jug in the form of a cockatoo, the silver head and feet mounted on a white ceramic body by Copeland Spode. Hallmarked for Sheffield 1913, makers mark for Asprey & Co Ltd. A/F
Sold for £1000
A late 16th/17th century Nuremberg steel casket of rectangular form. The panel with elaborately engraved figures of ladies and gentleman surrounded by scrolling foliage and borders, the interior with a three point locking mechanism, l. 22 cm, d. 10.5 cm, h. 12 cm
Sold for £1200
An early 20th century oak table cutlery cabinet by Finnigans containing a large selection of silver and steel cutlery to include ivory handled fish cutlery, mother of pearl handled fruit cutlery, egg spoons, table forks, soup spoons, tea spoons, soup ladle, grape scissors, table spoons, nutcrackers etc. Various hallmarks, mostly Sheffield. Approx weight of unweighted silver items 4416g
Sold for £1350
An early 20th century American Columbia Phonograph Company Graphophone type N, No.43389, with a coin operated mechanism housed in a glazed oak case with a brass horn and two reproduction advertising boards, along with a black case containing twenty wax cylinders, h. 41 cm, w.38 cm, d. 23 cm
Sold for £2500