Next Sale: Featured Items

Aproximately 1000 lots

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ON WEDNESDAY 9th December at 10 a.m. prompt

Viewing Monday 10am to 1pm, Tuesday 12pm to 6pm & Morning of Sale from 8.30am

Approx. 1000 lots


Furniture inc. Cornish & other dressers, bureau bookcases, inlaid display cabinet, 19th C. chests of drawers, side tables, ash & satinwood wrdrobes, extending & dropleaf dining tables, carved oak sideboard, centre table & bookcase, corner cabinets, oak chest on stand, throne chairs, mah. Bowfront & pedestal sideboards, trunks, coffers, tea table, twin pedestal desk, gilt mirrors etc  Clocks & watches inc. French & other mantel clocks, miniature longcases, Deco longcase, cuckoo clock, wrist watches etc  Silver inc. Silver mounted biscuit jar, photo frames, bonbon dish, cream jugs, cutlery, brush sets, yacht ornament etc, Plate inc. Tea services, kettle on stand, toast racks, cutlery, entrée dishes,trays etc, Jewellery inc. gold scarf necklace, gem set rings & bracelets, lge selection silver jewellery etc, Selection costume jewellery, Collectables inc. Rowsell graphoscope, dolls houses, table steam engine, microscope, Country Artist racehorses, old telephones, telescope, Dieppe ivory figure, coins, various boxes, lead figures, cigarette & postcards, tribal rugs, vintage suitcases etc,  Brass & Copper inc. saucepans, jelly mould, chestnut roasters, warming pans, log bin, coal scuttle, warming stand etc, China & Glass inc. Wilkinson Marshall Foch jug, Beswick dogs, birds, pigs, rearing huntsman, Doulton figures, Wedgwood parian goddesses, Royal Albert Country Roses, Noritake Raphael & other tea & dinnerware, lge Doulton Slaters Patent vases, Goldscheider peasant girl, Copenhagen birds etc, Pictures & prints inc. pastoral & townscape oils, tapestries etc, Selection modern pine & other furniture inc. day beds, settees, American fridge freezer, bookcases, bedside chests, yew cabinet,tables, bentwood coat stand, butchers block island, dressing tables etc, tools & many other useful lots                                                                                                                                                                                     

                                                            ***Jaguar X Type Classic D car- documents- No MOT)***


*House clearances* Storage & transport available*

(Accepting goods for January 13th Sale from Thurs. 10th  December  by appointment)


Tel: 01837 55592 at all times (mobile 07748 907 230)

Catalogue available on-line


The Victorians were great enthusiasts for home entertainments and so revelled in advances in equipment for the purpose. Charles John Rowsell patented his design for a graphoscope in 1864, a device which magnified images such as postcards and by the 1880’s they were found in many European parlours. The Rowsell model has an attractive fretwork panel to hold the image in place on a sliding base. It is fitted with a 4 ¾” magnifying lens with a 12” focal length. With space saving in mind it folds flat into its box when not in use. In good original condition bids of £100/130 are expected.

The Jetex Company from Totton in Hampshire were known for their solid fuel rocket motors used to propel model aircraft & cars. Their original motors came to the market in 1947 and by the early 1950’s they were producing various model cars & planes. From this period are a pair of their “Jet Propelled Racing Cars” with their distinctive bright yellow original boxes. In used but reasonable condition they are estimated at £60/80.

With the Christmas market in mind several lots on offer could make interesting gifts. A heavy cut glass biscuit jar with silver mounts, lid & handle hallmarked for George Wish Ltd of Sheffield in 1931 would also be effective as a sweet jar. It is 6” in diameter and is priced at £40/50. Amongst several silver photo frames is a 1982 version by John Bull Ltd of London. Its embossed decoration harks back to the Art Nouveau era & depicts a classically robed lady picking apples. At 6 ¼” high it seeks bids of £50/60.

For the many collectors of dog figures, three come to mind, each asking £20/25. A Beswick Yorkshire terrier by Warren Platt is modelled seated with a raised paw, as is a Doulton terrier by Martin Alcock, with the title “Give me a Home”. Another classic Beswick model is the Champion Irish setter “Sugar of Wendover” by Arthur Gredington.

A 3 storey dolls house with elaborately fitted interior depicting the affluent lifestyle of around 1900 even has a games room with a snooker table. It stands 36” high by 30” wide, is wired for electricity and is offered complete with all its furnishings for £200/250.

Amongst the foremost items of ceramic memorabilia from the First World War were a set of 11 toby jugs modelled as political and military leaders of the time. They were designed by Sir Francis Carruthers Gould for the Wilkinson factory between 1915 and 1920. They were sold by Soane & Smith in London and as they were not retailed in large numbers are very sought after. Marshall Ferdinand Foch is depicted seated in pale blue military uniform holding a glass of champagne, taken from a bottle labelled “Au Diable Le Kaiser”. It stands 11 ¾” high and with one minor chip has a guide of £80/100.