Ref: Our next sale on the 19th March starting at 11am with viewing on the 18th from 1-7pm and sale day from 9.30am
SOME OF THIS SALE WILL BE ONLINE, REGISTER WITH UKAUCTIONEERS.COM
I hope you enjoyed our February sale. It really sang, especially the stick collection, and the fabulous stick with the carved ivory hare handle styled as a gent with stiff collar and cigar sold at £900. The rest of the collection did well too and I know the vendor would have been thrilled so many people benefited. AND THERE’S MORE ……. this sale on the 19TH MARCH WITH AN 11AM START has the remainder of the collection including 5 sticks made from rhino horn which makes them very rare. One has a wonderful silver handle set with an intaglio another has a rhino horn handle carved as a dog head. Additionally, we have many more malacca canes with carved ivory handles, one as a very fetching monkey. As if that’s not enough there are hundreds of old sticks with the traditional curved handle, frequently mounted in silver. This is a rare opportunity, please don’t miss it. And worked rhino horn is completely legal to trade within the UK.
This sale benifits in some way from unfortunate circumstances. That is to say that we are selling modern effects to clear debts. They include a phenomenal hifi comprising a Krell Playback System 20i by Krell digital including a KPS 20t, a KRCHR, and a Reference 64. The speakers are by Wilson Audio WATT/puppy loud speakers each with a Tiny tot. The two amps each need 2 men to lift them, I joke not. The whole system cost over £10,000. We have a large modern leather-clad bed that incorporates a television, a carved wood and cane bed frame and another leather bed frame. We must have half a dozen modern televisions (£80-£120), modern kitchen equipment and some high fashion handbags and accessories. Fashion also includes a fabulous full length mink coat. (£250-£350)
PAINTINGS, PRINTS & GOOD PHOTOGRAPHS, including a fine full length portrait of Archibald TempletonWright (1924-1944) as a boy, in Highland dress, by Sydney P. Kendrick, and works by other artists incl. O. von Krobshofer, John Thorne, George Fall, Fred. A. Farrell, Ron Folland, Desmond Rayner, Cominetti, Willems, Fritz Mueller, John Frederic Lloyd Strevens, Cecil Jack Keats, V. Giuditti, Mary Dixon, G. Mueller, Beryl Cook, Alan Howells, Graham Pellow, L.Van Staaten, Simons, Rowley Smart, Sharifah F. Sy Zubir, Peter Kraemer, F. Behrens, F. Voltz, J. von Bachmann, R.O. Dunlop, Doreen Hunt, Josef Rieper, John Piper, Cyril Mann, Graham Bannister, Brian Griffin, etc.
An extensive selection of SILVER & PLATE including a canteen of Christofle cutlery stamped 925, in original 4 drawer box.
JEWELLERY including a ring with two diamonds the size of bricks.
ALCOHOL & CIGARS includes an Imperial bottle of 1812 Grande Fine Champagne 1964 Monte Real Rioja, endless bottles of whisky incl. 9 bottles of Chivas Regal and other spirits, cases of wines, 1970 Warr’s Vintage Port, 1980 Quarles Harris Tercentenary 1980 vintage port, 1960 Martinez port, good brandy and alcohol miniatures, and unopened cigars.
PORCELAIN, POTTERY & GLASS includes 19th century Derby including a trio, Carlton Ware, a Lalique dolphin vase, Moorcroft vase, Oriental incl. Satsuma, an extensive Royal Crown Derby dinner and tea service, ‘Kedleston’ pattern, old Doulton, Goebels figures, Carlton Ware and Gresley Guinness bowls, a Whitefriars ‘drunken bricklayer’ vase, good cut glass incl. decanters, Waterford crystal drinking glasses, two modern Daum vases, a Dali sculpture, Continental porcelain figures, 4 Lalique fruit bowls with saucers, Wedgwood dinner wares, Thomas dinner wares, Royal Albert ‘Lavender Rose’, Botanic Garden dinner and tea wares, Wedgwood blue jasper ware, Royal Copenhagen tea wares in blues and another set with gilt borders, Copenhagen Christmas coffee cups. THE SHELVES ARE FULL.
Other objects include a good model of HMS Victory, 30 ins, by Richard Norris, no. 86/100, with copper hull, other model yachts and boats, a model sextant by Sestral, London, 3 old leather baseball gloves, an old Kodak paper salesman’s pouch, early, advertising papers. Clocks, a Victorian desk set, a 19th century wooden tea caddy as a pear.
OBJETS D’ART including beadwork purses and bags, wonderful old compacts, carved figures, miniature dolls, cigarette cases, fans, signatures including Noel Gallagher of Oasis, film poster for ‘Easy Rider’, an Arsenal FC shirt, boxing ephemera, car mascots including a chrome B for Bentley paper knife, a period Kaiser Bill car mascot, cigarette cards, playing cards, old photographs, extensive costume jewellery, a good stamp collection, a good Italian stamp collection including a large group of Vatican stamps, coins etc., a large collection of First Editions buses filling two boxes, also a signed Arsenal shirt and a ’66 World cup programme in good condition part filled in with tickets for the series in season ticket envelope, along with other good football programmes and tickets.
FURNITURE and modern effects including a leather upholstered bed with integrated television, modern settees, an early 20th century compactum wardrobe, a Victorian window seat, a Victorian mahogany barrel-top desk crossbanded in satinwood, a 19th century rosewood library table, an 18th century marquetry chest of drawers, many dining tables, modern household equipment including stainless steel pans and modern kitchen appliances, old legal deed boxes, one ‘The Property of Sir Oswald Moseley, bart.’, display cabinets, an 18th century oak dresser, a gilt three-piece suite, an ebonised corner cupboard, a Georgian bureau bookcase, a collector’s cabinet of 15 shallow drawers, a Georgian padfoot table, a Victorian love seat, a refectory dining table with draw-leaf action and 8 elaborately carved chairs including a pair with arms, a restored Victorian mangle, good beds, white goods incl. NEF ovens, washing machines, a brand new plastic front door still in original packaging, Minty bookcases, a large circular dining table with 8 chairs, a lot of old tins, table lights, decorative vases, extensive hifi including Samsung and Denon, stylish furniture by Betula Ltd including a very stylish dining table with separate D-ends and 12 chairs.
Lots of oriental CARPETS.
Please remember we are selling some of the sale the pictures, silver, jewellery and some art objects and the sticks and the contents of the better shelves, including a selection of alcohol, online. You need to register with UKAuctioneers.com. We hope to do better this sale with our efforts. Please stick with us!
Look further down our blog for photographs.