Auction Items

Fine Furniture, Clocks, Bronzes & Effects

  • LOT NUMBER 41

    A Pair of 19th Century Bronze vases cast in relief with trailing vines bearing clusters of fruit mounted with snails & lizards and having scrolling branch-form handles. Each urn standing on a round fluted pedestal and square base with concaved corners quadrants, 12½ ins (32 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £400.00

  • LOT NUMBER 42

    After E Hiolle (1834-1886) A Bronze Bust of Shakespeare, 8 ins (20 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £100.00

  • LOT NUMBER 43

    A Fine Ivory Compass Sundial and Thermometer by Thomas Staight, Holborn, London set in a recently turned wooden stand with cover. The 4¼ inch 11 cms ivory dial having a decoratively pierced & scalloped edge and bearing an inscription in French on the underside indicating it was a christening present for one Johnny who born in January 1829 at Aldenham; ''Un Cadeau de ma mere, à Johnny, pour son 15ieme jour de naissance Janvier 1829, à Aldenham''.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • LOT NUMBER 44

    A Map-Viewing Lens in a brass frame and adjustable screw focusing mount raised on three legs with wheels.

    Sold For: £20.00

  • LOT NUMBER 45

    A King's Royal Rifle Corps Brass Telescope with a silvered maker's plaque inscribed No.1 Rifle Telescope, Keyzor & Bendon London.

    Sold For: £20.00

  • LOT NUMBER 46

    A Brass Desk Top Clock/Barometer in the form of a hurricane lamp. The main cylindrical body having three round glass fronted apertures displaying a silvered clock dial, aneroid barometer & thermometer with a small compass set into the top. Standing on three turned side pillars with bun feet, 9 ins (23 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • LOT NUMBER 47

    A Pretty Gilt Brass Carriage Clock. The four-light case having bevelled glass panels framed in bands of intricate flowers and foliage. The movement striking a gong.

    Sold For: £400.00

  • LOT NUMBER 48

    A Late Regency Rosewood and Brass Mantel Clock. The round dial set in an octagonal surround surmounted by a turned urn finial with a silhouette cut rail to the base above a rectangular plinth on squat bun feet inlaid with fretted brass panels depicting galloping horses bearing banners, 21 ins (53 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £300.00

  • LOT NUMBER 49

    A 19th Century Mantel Clock, the 4½ inch (11 cm) square silvered dial in a rosewood case with beveled glass panels to the sides and stepped top, standing on squat bun feet 12 ins 30 cms) in height. The fusee movement with verge escapement.

    Sold For: £860.00

  • LOT NUMBER 50

    A Late 19th Century Clock Garniture Set. The clock dial signed JH Leemans Bruxelles Horlogerie de la Post and set into a Siena marble case adorned with 1st Empire style mounts in the form of classical figures, laurel wreaths and anthemion motifs. The base surmounted by a spelter figure and military attire and raised on claw feet, 18 ins (46 cms) in height. The bronzed garniture urns cast with face mask handles and raised on Siena marble plinths with anthemion mounts and winged claw feet.

    Sold For: £0.00



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