Auction Items

Period Oak, Carvings, Country Furniture and Effects

  • LOT NUMBER 1

    A Scottish Pewter 'Pot-Bellied' Flagon Circa 1690-1710, 10 ins (26 cms) ins height (Cottrell No. 1346).

    Sold For: £1800.00

  • LOT NUMBER 2

    A Charles I Pewter Flagon of tapering form. The bun lid having an erect thumb-piece pierced with a heart, 10½ ins (27 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £1800.00

  • LOT NUMBER 3

    A Charles I Pewter Flagon of tapering form Circa 1630. The knopped muffin cover with unusual twin-cusped thumb- piece surmounting the curved handle engraved; 'Dunnington Parish', 11 ins (28 cms) in height. [From the late A.V. Sutherland-Graeme collection].

    Sold For: £2300.00

  • LOT NUMBER 4

    An 18th Century Pewter Flagon. The domed lid with finial knop and reeded scrolling thumb-piece surmounting the scroll handle. The tapered sides flaring out to a raised foot, 13½ ins (34 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £500.00

  • LOT NUMBER 5

    Two Pewter Candlesticks: An 18th Century Example with cylindrical stem on a flared square base 7½ ins (19 cms) in height [Purchased at Banks Hall Auction; Spencer Stanhope Family Collection, and having an old letter found pushed inside it referring to possible alteration]. A baluster stem example on round foot with push up candle ejector Circa 1775-1820, 9 ins (23 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £40.00

  • LOT NUMBER 6

    Two 18th Century Pewter Beefeater Tankards with twin cusp thumb-pieces: One hallmarked with fleur-de-lys, buckle, head & initial T, 10½ ins (27 cms) in height. The other with obscure hallmarks to lid, 9 ins (23 cms) in height (Cotterell No. 1338).

    Sold For: £2600.00

  • LOT NUMBER 7

    Three Pewter Flagons: An 18th Century example with domed lid surmounted by a finial knop, scrolled thumb-piece, tapered sides and a reeded foot, 10½ ins (27 cms) in height. A baluster measure with flat lid and hammer-head thumb-piece (probably fake) 8¼ ins (21 cms) in height. A French spouted Litre measure with initials P.S. inscribed on the flat lid, 8½ ins (21.6 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £160.00

  • LOT NUMBER 8

    Three Channel Isles Pewter Flagons with twin acorn thumb-pieces: A Guernsey Wine Measure; flagon size, Circa 1750, possible A. Carter mark on lid (Cotterell 825) 11½ ins (29 cms) in height. A smaller Guernsey measure 7½ ins (19 cms) in height. A Jersey type stamped Jean Dufour on base, 7 ins (18 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £500.00

  • LOT NUMBER 9

    Three Pewter Tankards: A Stuart Tankard having a flat lid with serrated lip edge and twin love-bird thumb-piece, Circa 1650-1690, 8½ ins (22 cms) in height (Cotterell guarantee label 1336). A Queen Anne spouted tankard having a domed cover with open thumb piece, broken scroll handle and reeded base, 8 ins (20 cms) in height. A smaller tankard, Hale & Sons Bristol, with double domed lid, 5 ins (13 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £3600.00

  • LOT NUMBER 10

    Three 18th/19th Century Scottish Pewter Tappet Hen Measures: A rare lid-less example 9½ ins (24 cms) in height (Cotterell label No. 1125). A crested tappet hen (A/F) with owners' initials to the rim W.S./I.B.11 ins (28 cms) in height. A smaller unmarked example 8¾ ins (22 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £700.00



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