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This sale was held on 14/10/2020 at 10:00am

A Hammadan carpet runner, with stylised floral central field on red ground, enclosed by triple borders, with a turquoise central band, 320cm x 92cm.

£150 - £250

A Honda Jazz, registration FX03 XHJ, first registered March 2003, 1339cc, petrol, V5, approx 40,000 miles, green, last MOT expired 28th March 2019, air bag in need of replacement, current recall from Honda on some aspects, To be sold upon instructions from executors of Keith Wilkinson (Dec'd) Viewing and collection by appointment from The Bourne Auction Rooms, Spalding Road, Bourne, PE10 9LE

No Estimate

A John Skeaping for Wedgwood Art Deco figure of a deer, 20cm high.

£60 - £100

A Goldschieder Art Deco figure of two deer, model number 4760/49/6, artist initial F, 29cm high, 37cm wide. (antlers missing)

£150 - £200

An Art Deco figural of two birds in flight, on a green, brown and black onyx base, 70cm wide.

£100 - £150

A wool work picture of parrots, in scrolling foliage, needlework on silk, oak framed, 78cm x 112cm.

£80 - £100

A late 19thC Minton Secessionist style Majolica jardiniere, of tapering circular form with an upper heart and line banding, the main body decorated with a repeat floral pattern in yellow and purple on a turquoise ground with an upper yellow rim, marked beneath, 19cm high.

No Estimate

William Dobbie, Falkirk. A 19thC Scottish mahogany drumhead longcase clock, with a carved scroll case raised above a widening trunk with arched door, on a panel base terminating in compressed bun feet, the 34cm diameter Roman numeric dial with subsidiary second hand and date aperture, stamped Willm. Dobbie Falkirk Clock Maker to The Queen with eight day movement, pendulum, two weights and key, 114cm ...

No Estimate

An Elizabeth II silver photograph frame, of oblong form with a bead outline, plain interior and material easel back, Sheffield 1990, 29cm x 24cm.

No Estimate

A 20thC Gordon Russell of Broadway light oak side cabinet, of rectangular from with two frieze drawers above cupboards beneath, labelled to the back, 68cm high, 138cm wide, 45cm deep.

No Estimate

A George V silver dish, of boat shape with a partially pierced upper repeat border, on an inverted stem and oval foot, marked 10th June 1915, Birmingham 1911, 20cm wide, 5.8oz.

No Estimate

A 20thC silver plated hand bell, by Walker and Hall, with turned handle, plated orb pommel and shaped body, 23cm high.

No Estimate

A Victorian silver christening set, comprising fork and spoon, fiddle pattern, initialled London 1860, 2.8oz. (cased)

No Estimate

A pair of Victorian silver open salts, partially gadrooned with strap handles on rectangular feet, with spoons, Sheffield 1886, 10cm wide, 2oz. (cased)

No Estimate

A set of George V silver teaspoons, old English pattern, probably Sheffield 1930, 12cm wide, 3½oz. (cased)

No Estimate

An Elizabeth II cased pickle fork, after the antique, Sheffield 1977, 18cm wide and a cased napkin ring, 2.4oz all in. (2)

No Estimate

A Maltese cross pendant, marked J E Paluster by the Black Hill Glee Party 1897, partially etched with plain hook top, yellow metal, unmarked, 4cm high.

No Estimate

A Victorian silver open faced pocket watch, by JW Benson London, the 4cm diameter Roman numeric dial with an Arabic subsidiary second hand with a plain vacant cartouche and hook top, London 1887, 7cm high, 4.2oz all in.

No Estimate

A 20thC Omega gentleman's automatic wristwatch, with baton numerals pointers and subsidiary hand with 3cm dial and 4cm case with leatherette strap, the back plate marked waterproof.

£200 - £300

A cavalry sword, with plain silver coloured scabbard, shaped blade, pierced basket weave hilt bearing initial VR with crown, with turned grip and compressed stepped pommel, 106cm long.

No Estimate

A sword, with black leather scabbard with brass mounts marked XVII, with plain blade, shaped handle and plain guard marked RB 1813 XVII for seventeenth regiment, 129cm long.

No Estimate

A Victorian deep seated low armchair, in the manner of Howard & Sons, with floral loose covers, turned forelegs and brass cup castors.

£400 - £600

A Victorian wing back armchair, with bun feet and matched upholstery to the previous chair.

£80 - £120

A Victorian low armchair, with buttoned velvet upholstery and turned fore legs.

£40 - £60

An Edwardian stained pine bookcase, of rectangular form with shaped sides and plain shelves, on shaped stiles, 102cm high, 82cm wide, 23cm deep.

£20 - £30

A Victorian occasional table, with circular burr walnut top, with radial crossbanding, ebonised moulded edge and three bobbin turned legs, 55cm diameter.

£60 - £100

A Victorian walnut pole screen, with oval floral woolwork panel, and tripod base.

£80 - £100

A Victorian mahogany jardiniere stand, with moulded top, reeded baluster and tripod base, 108cm high.

£40 - £80

A 17thC oak side table, with moulded over hand top, frieze drawer, baluster turned legs and square framing, 76cm wide, 48cm deep.

£125 - £175

A Georgian and later corner cupboard, with arched top and reeded and fluted supports, 100cm high.

£40 - £60

A 17thC oak coffer, with plain two plank top, demi-lune frieze, three front panels with carved lozenges and initials H R 1659, raised on high stiles, 78cm high, 150cm wide, 58cm deep. Provenance: The estate of Miss E. Mary Mackie and by family descent being formerly of The Old Rectory, Elton-on-the-Hill, Nottinghamshire.

£1,250 - £1,750

Disney interest, a hardwood chess set, of oblong form, with etched squares set with various Disney characters with various Disney statues, to include Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Pinocchio pawns, etc., the board 59cm x 59cm.

£500 - £600

A Victorian stripped pine dresser base, with later rack, 135cm wide.

£100 - £150

A Victorian upholstered ottoman, with woolwork top upholstered cover to body and mahogany framing, 92cm wide.

£60 - £100

A Victorian upholstered ottoman, 110cm wide.

£20 - £40

An early 19thC oak commode chest, 58cm wide.

£20 - £40

A George III mahogany drop leaf table, on chamfered square legs, 110cm wide, 170cm max.

£40 - £60

An early 20thC mahogany cased canteen of cutlery, with Taylor's Sheffield label, settings for twelve to include reeded knives with plain blades, in a shaped canteen with hinged lid and front graduated drawers, with various other flatware, the canteen 28cm high, 48cm wide, 37cm deep.

£100 - £200

An late 17thC oak two door cupboard, with two panel doors, 103cm wide.

£60 - £100

A graduated pair of Regency style planters, each with domed inserts and slatted upper sections on saber legs joined by a triangular under tier, 90cm high, 41cm diameter, etc. (2)

No Estimate

A 19thC mahogany tray top, one piece of circular form with moulded edge, 56cm diameter.

No Estimate

An early 19thC side table, with brass swan neck handles, frieze drawer on square chamfered legs, 71cm high, 70cm wide, 46cm deep.

No Estimate

A late 19thC ebonised settee, with serpentine top, overstuffed back, arms and seat and carved acanthus leaf front legs, terminating in castors, with deep seat, 72cm high, 144cm wide, 94cm deep.

No Estimate

A late Victorian ash bedroom suite, by Roodhouse & Sons Leeds, comprising triple door wardrobe with moulded cornice, raised above a central section with drawers flanked by two openings, raised above an arrangement of drawers beneath, on a block base, 211cm high, 185cm wide, 56cm deep, a mirror back dressing table and pot cupboard, circa 1870's - the original building built for the company was in 1866 ...

£150 - £200

An L Marcus Butilux vintage teak sideboard, of rectangular form set with an arrangement of four graduated drawers and double cupboard on turned legs, 74cm high, 151cm wide, 43cm deep.

No Estimate

An early Edwardian oak dining room suite, comprising table with canted top on square tapering legs with leaf, when extended 72cm high, 142cm wide, 98cm deep, and a set of six (4+2) dining chairs with various seat coverings on cabriole front pad legs joined by a H stretcher.

No Estimate

A sword, with curved plain blade, leather scabbard with brass mounts and shaped handle marked 1804 the scabbard marked 27, 73cm long.

No Estimate

A Robin Hood rifle sword, with etched blade, plain scabbard, basket weave hilt, initialed VR with crown, with turned grip and compressed stepped pommel, 105cm long.

No Estimate


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