Our fine Ceramics & Glass sale fetched healthy prices!
Most valuable among the selection, a pair of Limoges type urns, the cartouches marked Hausmann sold for £220. A pair of 19th Century Continental wheel cut glass vases did well with the internet at £140.
In the cabinets, a Victoria 1887 double sovereign and a 9ct watch chain with a 8ct anchor charm sold to a room bidder for £1,300. An Omega P300 MS Geneve Chronograph watch, serviced in January sold for £180. An 14k gold fob watch did well at £150.
Gold did well overall. An antique long guard chain sold to the internet at £400. A 9ct gold amethyst and diamond 31 stone triple cluster ring sold for £190.
From a house clearance in Appleby, a George V silver 4pc tea service of Art Deco design did well at £440.
Among the paintings, a Roger De La Corbiere oil on canvas sold for £150.
We had a selection of cameras and lens consigned from a single vendor. A Leica Summicron-R 1:2/50 E55 lens sold for £280. A Leitz Vario-Elmer R1 3:5/35-70 E67 did well at £170.
From a private vendor in Penrith, a vintage top hat exceeded all expectations at £150!
Most valuable in the furniture, a 19th Century Dutch marquetry inlaid vitrine was popular with the internet at £340. A Green Man carved oak hall stand had the internet’s interest at £300.
A 19th Century scumbled pine cricket table had the room’s interest at £280.
Amongst the chairs, a pine-framed Orkney example lacking its seat sold for £270. A Windsor bobbin chair with an elm seat did well at £170.
An internet bidder snapped up a 19th Century iron gate at £120.
A bible box dated 1706, attributed to W.D. Wilkinson – Dent of Flass mansions, sold to a telephone bid at £240.
Large furniture also did well. A reproduction oak dresser had the internet’s interest at £170.
Our next auction is 18th March, Vintage & Collectable Toys. We’ll be accepting toy entries 9th-11th March.
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We hope to see you for the sale!