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Fortnightly Interiors Auction

Wednesday 1st July 2017 to include Garden and Salvage


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  • Lot 60 - A taxidermy polar bear - Sold For ?8,500
  • Lot 81 - A pair of George II brass nutcrackers - Sold For £1,100
  • Lot 110 - A Victorian glazed taxidermy display - Sold For £5,200
  • Lot 112 - A framed cartridge board - Sold For £400
  • Llot 114 - Collection of Ivory billiard balls - Sold For £1,100
  • Lot 119 - A George III flintlock overcoat pistol - Sold For £950
  • Lot 125 - A pair of taxidermy kingfisher specimens - Sold For £1,000
  • Lot 144 - A rare Crimean war era distinguished conduct medal group - Sold For £5,000
  • Lot 167 - A group of Peppiatte ten shilling notes - Sold For £1,350
  • Lot 244 - A 1920's Art Deco diamond and white metal Fruit Salad brooch - Sold For £3,000
  • Lot 256 - A platinum and diamond three-stone ring - Sold For £3,300
  • Lot 295 - A large block of natural amber - Sold For £1,900
  • Lot 329 - An Arts & Crafts pewter candlestick by Joseph Hoffmann - Sold For £6,500
  • Lot 345 - A 14k gold diamond solitaire ring - Sold For £680
  • Lot 479 - Shapland & Petter Archibald Knox oak chest - Sold For £37,000
  • Lot 500 - A pair of large carved-pine lions - Sold For £400
  • Lot 501 - Three aluminium sculptures by Roy Rassmusen - Sold For £2,000
  • Lot 508 - A Benin bronze horn blower figure - Sold For £1,500
  • Lot 509 - A Benin bronze bell - Sold For £560
  • Lot 514 - An African hardwood headrest - Sold For £420
  • Lot 520 - An Italian pietra dura card box - Sold For £480
  • Lot 524 - A Chinese cloisonne box - Sold For £13,500
  • Lot 552 - Winifred Nicholson Isle of Canna - Sold For £40,000
  • Lot 613 - Alfred Heaton Cooper large Alpine scene - Sold For £3,800
  • Lot 613 - Frank Waddington two street scenes - Sold For £400
  • Lot 656 - A Chinese rosewood desk - Sold For £1,050
  • Lot 725 - A 1930s leather covered three piece suite - Sold For £1,050
  • Lot 798 - A fine glazed and inlaid art nouveau magogany cabinet - Sold For £4,500
 

Blending expert knowledge of antiques and items of historical value with cutting edge technology is a fine art in itself.  One we are proud to be at the forefront in Cumbria.

 

We were the first auction company in the region to offer online bidding, and now attract a truly global audience to our hugely popular auction.  Coupled with our purpose-built 1500 square metre Saleroom which is adjacent to junction 40 of the M6, we are extremely well positioned to help advise and support customers in the sale and purchase of valuable antiques, fine art, furniture and collectables.

 

We hold quarterly Catalogue auctions, fortnightly Victoriana and later furnishing auctions every other Wednesday and yearly Tool auctions every January.

 

Our friendly, professional and efficient team will engage and assist you in the saleroom, office or via email or telephone.  We aim to provide a full and comprehensive auction experience for all our clients (buying, selling or valuations) while maintaining the highest standards of integrity and professionalism.  The Saleroom's competitive environment is the best and most effective place to realise the value of your goods.

 

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