This page shows a range of items we have sold at Auction in the past. Please note that condition is critical in items of prices raised at Auction. Also, please be aware that use of a ‘retail price’ estimate or comparison does not indicate what an item will necessarily fetch at auction.

NotesFashions change – both ways – and what an item might have cost new, or would have sold for a few years ago, may be very different to what it will raise at auction now. Remember that the purchaser will be paying a buyers’ commission – sometimes as high as 20%+VAT – on top of the hammer price.

You are welcome to put a reserve price on your donations, but please make arrangements in advance with the saleroom for the disposal of items that do not realise the reserve price.

Please bear in mind the cost of getting the items to the Saleroom when deciding whether to sell through this arrangement. Also, it is worth noting that so-called ‘brown furniture’, unless of special quality, can be difficult to dispose of.

Where items are refused by the saleroom (or fail to sell), we would encourage donors to consider a local Christian based charity shop or Hospice as a possible outlet for those unsuitable items.

Furniture

Edwardian Hall Chair

Oak tilt-top tripod table, 73 cm dia.

Oak tilt-top tripod table, 73 cm dia.

Coins

Gold Sovereign

Oil Painting

Jewellery

Pair of cabochon earrings

Pearl necklace

Single row of graduated cultured pearls 64 cm long

Dress Brooch with opals

Yellow & white precious metal 5-stone diamond ring.

Yellow & white precious metal 5-stone diamond ring.

Yellow precious metal 5-bar gate bracelet, with padlock. 21.8g.

Collectibles

Playing Cards and post cards

A collection of Perfume Sprays

Leather cased travelling inkwell, glass based inkwell.

Model Electric railway

Metronome, by Maëlzel.

China and Porcelain

Miniature hand-painted loving cup 4 cm high.

Crown Derby pair of side-spouted coffee jugs.

Crown Derby scalloped lidded trinket box

Two Hummel figurines, W.Germany, girl on tree and walking boy with umbrella, impressed by W. Goebel.

Pair of late 19th century biscuitware busts of Regency courtiers with gilt decoration, impressed number 495.

Bourne Denby vase signed Glyn Colledge, green and brown design, 19 cm high.

Charlotte Rhead Crown Ducal art deco vase, byzantine pattern, with tube-lined decoration, 18 cm high.

A Martin Brothers 4-sided slab vase, decorated in scraffito, depicting grotesque birds in reeds, coloured in tones of brown and green on a buff ground. Inscribed London and Southall, dated 1-1-1904.

Silver, Silver Plate and Pewter

plated fluted salver with oriental engraving 30 cm dial

Pewter charger by Thomas Chamberlain, circa 1755, 42 cm dia. with arms on rim showing bird with long hooked beak standing on one leg with the other leg raised and holding a fleur de lys. The crest is similar to one produced on a pewter service for Baron Edgcumbe of Mount Edgcumbe, Eng.

Pair HM silver candlesticks, Birmingham 1926, 19 cm high.

Plated caddy with inscription "This casket of dead leaves shall bring each morn new thoughts awakening" with ornate raised decoration of birds. 11.5cm wide, 8cm deep, 12cm high.

Watches and Clocks

HM 9 ct gold Waltham open-faced pocket watch in a Dennison case, Birmingham 1924.