Double auction week sparkled with highlights

8th November 2021

Last week’s two auctions sparkled with highlights.
The Victorian and Later Effects sale on Tuesday saw interest in the room but also a great number of sales online. With over 90% sold, there were good results from the 19th and 20th centuries. Highlights included a group of collectables and jewellery featuring a Victorian parure of coral beaded brooch and earrings and a framed miniature for £2000, a stylish Fornasetti style maple-lined sideboard for £600, and a contemporary oil on board depicting a stylised landscape which shot up to £650.
Saturday’s auction of Antiques and Collectables was a RECORD SALE. Coins in particular proved their value, led by a George VI 1937 specimen set for £9200 and a twelve 22ct gold full sovereign collection for £3100. Gold also continued to sell well with an 18ct gold solitaire ring selling for £2900 and a 9ct gold charm bracelet for £2500. A beautiful oil on copper panel of The Three Graces made £2800, and good results were seen for the furniture including a large oak kitchen dining table for £900 and results up to £800 for the Ladderax shelving units.
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