Title: 26th APRIL 2012
Date Posted: Sunday, March 25th, 2012
NOTICE OF AN AUCTION OF ANTIQUES, COLLECTABLES AND GENERAL EFFECTS
including an extensive collection of designer handbags, clothes and modern televisions
ON THURSDAY 22ND MARCH AT 11AM
View Wednesday 21st, 1-7pm, and saleday from 9.30am
(NB Parking on the double yellow lines on the station driveway may result in your car being towed away.)
I really can’t boast of a full saleroom this time so we might get away before 8pm!Â However, what’s here is worth a visit especially if you want to benefit from a forced sale of storage items that include a 62″ Panasonic plasma TV, two Sony Brava flatscreen televisions and a Bose surround sound system, along with more designer bags than you could shake a stick at, fabulous bed linens, duvets and pillows, cushions, bed covers and new kitchen equipment.
PICTURES incl. Karl Philip Huf, Lionel Birch, A. Rawlings, Margaret Romney, Jonathan Poole, Myles Birket Foster, Marilyn Robertson, Antonio Sever, J. Wrightson, Henry Scott Tuke, Cecilia Montgomery. SILVER & PLATE incl. a 19th century cruet and teapots. PORCELAIN, POTTERY & GLASS incl. oriental incl. a large Imari vase, a pair of Satsuma vases, a 19th c. tea service, green, cranberry, & modern coloured glass, 19th c. Derby, Doulton and Staffordshire figures. GOOD LIGHTING incl. crystal, cut glass, perspex, chrome and leather table lights, good glass ceiling lights, various quality shades some dressed with feathers.
COLLECTABLES incl. a pinball machine, good postcards, a German paperweight supporting a Nazi flag, a Hitler youth knife, maker R.Z.H., a Radhewer officer’s dress knife, maker Gesch, with elkhorn handle, the blade inscribed ‘work enables’, a Le Bel bayonette 1886, other bayonettes, Uberti and Smith & Wesson revolvers, and a Carl Gustaf military rifle (all officially deactivated). A large Japanese enamelled insignia, netsuke, scent bottles, carved boxes, puzzle balls, inros, Victorian glass slides of the Grand Tour, a snuff box with Nazi insignia, a cold painted bronze bulldog, a 56 button concertina by Mattingley, model Duet, boxed, Carltonware Guinness tortoise and kangaroo, a black telephone model 312L with drawer and exchange button, a silver flute, a Coca Cola Big Wheel delivery van, a Mamod steam wagon, a Victorian child’s dinner service with tureens, stuffed squirrel and bird group, a large collection of Lilliput Lane buildings and Tuskers elephant groups, a collection of bellows cameras by Kodak, dragon car mascot and a Jaguar car mascot, early car snow chains, an airforce greatcoat, records incl. Sounds of Time, a collection of 78rpm recordings of famous speeches, extensive collections of decorative jewellery, toy cars, an old Hornby tinplate railway.
COSTUME & ACCESSORIES incl. a flying jacket, fur coats, a Victorian cape, retro costume incl. psychedelic shirts, trousers, blouses, crochet cape, a fantastic beaded flapper’s dress, 1950s hats and handbags, a modern full-length black fur-lined suede coat by Loewe, Madrid, and a cape by Nelsy Chelale, new shirts by Brioni, size 18 collar, a Musto wet weather suit, over 30 good cushions, spectacular bed covers, good bed linens and duvets, HANDBAGS incl. 4 or 5 by Louis Vuitton, 2 by Fendi, Kurt Geiger, Jardin de Sacs, Cuojo di Bojola, many by Prada, Loewe, Mulberry, Moschino, Dior. JEWELLERY incl. a good group of 18th and 19th century jewellery, one a cross shaped pendant set with Renaissance pyramid diamonds, another diamond pendant of exquisite quality, a pair of Victorian drop earrings supporting large pear shaped diamonds, and an impressive two diamond ring each stone approximately 1.25 carats and of good colour, a charming enamelled crystal brooch painted with a portrait of a Jack Russell terrier in rose diamond frame, a diamond set cocktail watch, a pretty enamelled brooch, lots of gold jewellery incl. pocket watches and an extensive collection of costume and decorative jewellery.
WINES incl. Chateau Lagrange ’89, Beau-Site ’88, D’Arsac ’91, Les Ormes de Pez ’85, Beychevelle ’72 (7 bottles), 4 bottles of Terredora, a case of Chateau Belaire, 2004, unopened, Chateau Sigognac 2006, many miscellaneous vintages incl. Brouilly, spirits incl. a bottle of Bruichladdich Islay 10 year single malt, and a bottle of Laurent Perrier 1990 Grand Siecle rose champagne. CLOCKS incl. Victorian bronze, spelter and marble sets, Edwardian mantel and wall clocks, one a drop dial, a double-sided mantel clock by Jaeger le Coultre, an Art Deco burr oak and chrome mantel clock, a good quality large Victorian carriage clock with repeat button. A bronze by B Forslune, No. 488, another by Tom Merryfield, ‘Arabesque Dragonfly’. BOOKS incl. The British Fresh Water Fishes by Revd W. Houghton, 2 vols., The Summe of Christian Religion, 1633, a large Holy Bible, 1674, Ceremonial For The Trial Of A Peer, 1776.
FURNITURE incl. old cabin trunks, new and nearly new reproduction furniture, some in hardwood from the Far East, incl. tables, stands, chests, a display cabinet, 60s sideboards, oak dressers, pine chests of drawers, wall units, open bookcases, old church chairs and pews, modern leather-covered tables, desk and drawers, good bedheads, a set of 10 dining chairs and others, Victorian and modern dining tables, a good Georgian chest of drawers flanked by columns, a Dutch marquetry cabinet, an Edwardian shop display cabinet, and much more. CARPETS AND RUGS approximately 20 including a very large Oriental carpet.
GENERAL EFFECTS incl. unused electrical appliances such as an Aristan toaster, a Kitchen Aid blender, an HP Office Jet 721 printer, an unusual Lauraster steam ironing board, iPod docking stations, hair dryers and rollers, a Lacie 320gb harddrive, an Apple TV adapter, a Panasonic 62″ plasma television, model TH-65PX600B, on cabinet stand, and 2 small Sony Bravia flatscreen TVs, a Bose 3.2.1 GSX home entertainment system, a vast quantity of DVDs incl. many boxed sets of famous TV series incl. The Wire, Friday Night Lights, Gilmore Girls, The L Word, Desperate Housewives, Prison Break, etc., music CDs, new Le Creuset pans, a modern perspex coffee table, soft furnishings, garden ornaments and furniture, etc. and a Chysler Grand Voyager people carrier for wheelchair access.
(Please scroll down for images of some of the March sale items)