13th October 2018
An impressive five stone carved half hoop ring with rose cut diamond pointers sold for £3200 whilst a rose gold Albert chain with T-bar made £900. A very attractive William and Mary style laburnum cabinet with oyster veneered doors and oval marquetry panels generated plenty of interest and sold for £1800 whilst a 20th century carved and painted desk with stunning Chinoiserie decoration realised £800.
Oriental items were wanted with strong interest from internet and telephone buyers. A late 19th century Chinese ivory brise fan realised £500 whilst a Chinese bronze incense burner made £470. Amongst the pictures, there was a good entry of smaller pictures with a pair of late 18th century silhouettes in gilt metal frames realising £1000 and a Samuel Shelley portrait miniature of a lady selling for £440.
Other items selling to particular advantage included:
A set of two 22ct yellow gold bangles – £700
A Middle Eastern niello white metal three piece tea service – £650
A pair of Victorian Italian earrings with enamelled religious motif and set with old rose cut diamonds – £550
A collection of 26 Dapol ‘N’gauge railway coaches – £470
A yellow and white metal diamond cluster pendant – £460
A white metal pair of diamond cluster earrings – £420
A cast metal figure of the Spirit of Ecstasy – £400
A Liberty and Co silver milk jug – £400
A Heals oak dining table and a set of six matching chairs – £400
An early 20th century Suffragette necklace – £400
An 18th century oak mule chest – £380
Football shirts – Blackburn Rovers etc £340
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