Our Militaria, Interiors & Clearance auction did well, with quite a few lots performing above their estimates!
The highest selling lot was a Suzuki AN400K2 Burgman Scooter at £480 to the room.
Most valuable among the Militaria, a Japanese NCO Katana did well with the internet at £340! Consigned from Hospice at Home, three sets of WWII medals sold to an internet bidder at £200! From a vendor in Keswick, a quantity of German badges sold for £180! A brass handled sword bayonet sold to the internet at £100!
The jewellery section had multiple lots soaring past their estimates. Omegas are ever popular in our saleroom! A Constellation automatic gents wristwatch sold for £320.
A 18ct white gold diamond half hoop eternity ring sold to the room for £240. An Edwardian white metal and green stone full eternity ring sold for £130!
Most valuable amongst the bracelets, a 9ct gold and yellow metal charm bracelet sold to a commission bid at £200.
A Georgian enamel patch box shot past expectations at £150.
Heat-treated gemstones did well! Most valuable among them, a cushion cut 6.02ct sapphire sold to the internet for £140! The other eleven lots sold for a collective £975!
Four lots of mixed costume jewellery did well, selling for a collective £580!
Miscellaneous items proved popular. Consigned from a vendor in Dalston, a striking pair of London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony ‘Dove’ wings, no.64 of 75 did well with a room bidder at £280!
Collectable books are proving popular. An early 20th Century reissue of The National Sports of Great Britain by Henry Alken sold to the room for £270. Two Humphreys [H.N.] volumes sold well, British Moths and British Butterflies, collectively made £340! 13 Patrick O’Brian novels, Folio Society Editions with their slip cases sold to the room for £170! The Birds of the British Isles, series 3 sold for £120 to the room!
Two Indonesian bronze Hindu figures of Shiva and Vishnu did well, collectively selling for £320!
A K5 bandsaw proved popular with the room at £190.
A plaster pig figure soared past its estimate at £110!
The paintings section performed well in this sale. A Francis Boxall watercolour of a reclining female shot up on the internet to £300! From a house clearance in Grange, a Chinese painted silk panel of a still life did well at £240 to the room. A Chinese painted silk panel of cranes sold to the room at £140! A large rosewood frame with a damaged print of the Duke of Wellington sold for £110!
Most sought after among the furniture, a pair of teak and black metal Ladderack style bookcases sold to a telephone bidder for £260!
Consigned from a vendor in Dalston, a Philippino hardwood refectory style table sold for £250.
A highly carved and pierced Burmese 3-fold room screen captured the internet’s eye at £240.
A Chinese hardwood plant stand with marble inset attracted plenty of pre-sale interest. It didn’t disappoint at £220!
Sourced from a vendor in Kirkby Stephen, a Victorian hall stand sold to the internet for £190.
A Sycamore topped 2 drawer kitchen table with elm/ash base sold to the room for £160.
A teak sideboard proved popular with the internet at £110.
We hope to see you for our next sale!