Auction Items

Period Oak, Carvings, Country Furniture and Effects

  • Lot 11 | Period Oak, Carvings, Country Furniture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 11

    A Pewter Chalice and two Tobacco Jars. The 18th century chalice inscribed; ''For the Use of the Associate Congregation of Montrose 1770'', 8¼ ins (21 cms) high. One of the tobacco jars of plain cylindrical form with press, 5¼ ins (13 cms) high. The other with a Turk's head finial and press, 4½ ins (11.5 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £200.00

  • Lot 12 | Period Oak, Carvings, Country Furniture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 12

    Three Fine 18th Century Pewter Tankards with double dome lids: A Quart tulip tankard circa 1730 W. Baldwin of Wigan with ram's horn thumb-piece. Two with beaded twin-scroll thumb-pieces 7½ ins (19 cms) and 6½ ins (17 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £4200.00

  • Lot 13 | Period Oak, Carvings, Country Furniture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 13

    Four Graduated Pewter Tankards: Quart, pint & half pint measures by James Yates Circa 1825, (Cotterell 5338), and another pint measure with flared & reeded foot.

    Sold For: £100.00

  • Lot 14 | Period Oak, Carvings, Country Furniture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 14

    Five Early 19th Century Graduated Pewter Measures of baluster form, 5¼ ins - 2¼ ins (13 cms x 5.5 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £40.00

  • Lot 15 | Period Oak, Carvings, Country Furniture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 15

    Five Mid 18th Century English Pewter Measures of Baluster Form: A set of three graduated measures having flat ring-turned lids and twin volute thumb-pieces with fleur-de-lys mounts, 6¾ ins, 5 ins & 4¼ ins (17 cms x 13 cms x 11 cms) in height. Two small graduated measures with fleur-de-lys decoration to the lozenge mounts of the twin volute thumb-pieces, 3½ ins & 2¾ ins (9 cms & 7 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £1200.00

  • Lot 16 | Period Oak, Carvings, Country Furniture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 16

    Four Lidded Scottish Pewter Measures of Baluster form, and a small tulip-head ½ Gill measure, 2¾ ins (7 cms) high: An 18th Century Imperial Pint Glasgow measure with shell thumb-piece, domed lid & scroll handle. Three Early 19th Century Glasgow Measures; a half pint with plain thumb-piece, a third pint and gill with shell thumb-pieces.

    Sold For: £280.00

  • Lot 17 | Period Oak, Carvings, Country Furniture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 17

    A Collection of Pewter from the Collection of the Late A.V. Sutherland-Graeme: A 17th Century footed bowl with ''wriggle-work'' decoration and ornamental dragon crested twin handles, lion rampant maker's mark with C.T. initials possibly those of Charles Tough Circa 1700 (Previously from the Kirby Mason collection. L.T.P.57. Exhibited in 192?). A small 17th century hammered plate with reeded border by John Ingles, London Circa 1680, 8¼ ins (21 cms) in diameter (Cotterell 2525. L.T.P 19 & 170). A pair of 18th Century octagonal plates with reeded rims by James Tisoe, London, Circa 1740, engraved with armorial crests on the border (Cotterell No. 4755. L.T.P. 854). Also a beaker with flared rim, ring turned foot and three asterisks stamped to the base, 3¼ ins (8 cms) high. A Porringer with fretted lug handles (fake). A pair of small plates made by Duncombe, circa 1770, 6 ins (15 cms) in diameter (Cotterell 1465-6).

    Sold For: £3200.00

  • Lot 18 | Period Oak, Carvings, Country Furniture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 18

    Nine Pewter Tankards: A Quart measure with broken scroll handle. A Pint tankard engraved on front; ''Joshua Whitehead Year of our Lord 1783'', by Thomas Compton, London (Cotterell No. 1063). Three tulip tankards; 4 ins, 4¼ ins & 4¾ ins (10 cms, 11 cms & 12 cms). A William IV pedestal footed beaker with broken scroll handle, 5¾ ins (14.5 cms) in height. A half pint tankard circa 1830 with unknown mark, and another half pint tankard having a broken scroll handle with fish tail terminal.

    Sold For: £260.00

  • Lot 19 | Period Oak, Carvings, Country Furniture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 19

    Five Pewter Pieces: A Pair of Early 18th Century Georgian Pewter Tankards with fillet around the drum bodies and domed lids, 4½ ins (11.5 cms) in height. A spouted pewter tankard with double domed lid and broken scroll handle with fish tail terminal, 5¾ ins (14.5 cms) in height. A similar lid-less pint measure. A Tobacco Jar with acorn knopped dome lid and ring turned cylindrical sides, 5 ins (13 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £300.00

  • Lot 20 | Period Oak, Carvings, Country Furniture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 20

    Four 18th Century Pewter Plates 9¼ ins 23.5 cms) in diameter; three by John Home (Cotterell 2393 See Samuel Smith & Nathaniel Barber, L.T.P. 965) and one by William Phillips.

    Sold For: £300.00



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