Auction Items

The Rintoul Collection; Period Oak, Country Furniture and Effects


    A Collection of Various Blue & White Transfer Printed Ceramics to include: a willow pattern low footed comport, three small platters, a willow pattern hors d'oeuvres plate, a group of Powell-Craft Cuddra collection kitchen pottery; a citrus juicer with jug, 700 ml measuring jug, a pair of eggcup sets with six cups each on a pedestal stand. Also a Mintons twin-lipped sauce boat.

    Sold For: £65


    A Group of Seven Decorative Blue & White Transfer Printed Plates: A small Spode 'India' pattern plate circa 1815, 9¼ in x 6½ in (23.5 cm x 16.5 cm). A Spode 'Tower' plate circa 1820, 10¼ in x 7½ in (26 cm x 19 cm). A Spode 'Net' pattern plate circa 1820, 10¼ in x 7¼ in (26 cm x 18 cm). An Adams ironstone 'Kyber' pattern plate Circa 1920, 7¼ in x 10 in (18.5 cm x 25.5 cm). A oriental scene with vignettes and flowers to the border, circa 1840, 7¾ in x 10¼ in (19.5 cm x 26 cm). A meatplate with figures, cattle and castle in landscape 11½ in x 14¾ in (29 cm x 37.5 cm). And a meatplate with figures on landscape and scenic vignettes to the border 16 in x 12¼ in (41 cm x 31 cm).

    Sold For: £260


    A Late 18th Century Oak Dresser with rack. The plank-backed rack with three plate shelves. The base section housing three frieze drawers and above a central bank of three further drawers flanked by cupboards standing on stile feet, 79 ins (201 cm) high, 60½ ins (154 cm) wide, 18½ ins (47 cm) deep

    Sold For: £1100


    An 18th Century Joined Oak Armchair. The wavy humped top rail above two shaped splats flanked by plain uprights. The arms on baluster turned supports leading down to a plank seat in a raised frame standing on ball & block legs united by a twinned baluster front stretchers and plain rails to the rear and sides, 42 ins (107 cm) high, 22 ins (56 cm) wide.

    Sold For: £320


    A 19th Century Rustic Candlestand. The near square tray top with applied edge rails, fixed to an octangular post leading down to a cruciform base with scroll terminals, The top 8½ in x 8¾ in (21.5 cms x 22 cm), 20½ in (52 cm) high.

    Sold For: £190


    A 16th Century Flemish Twin Panelled Oak Coffer with vertical ripple carving to the front panels, a chamfered framework, iron loop hinges and swing carrying handles either side, 19¾ in (50 cm) high, 32¼ in (82 cm) wide, 18½ in (47 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £550


    A Wrought Iron Standard Lantern Lamp. The conical topped lantern on a wrythen stem with cruciform base 59 in (150 cm) in height.

    Sold For: £25


    An 18th Century Joined Oak Box Stool with hinged lid above splayed panel sides inlaid with a marquetry star to the front and raised on tapered block feet17 ins (43 cm) high, 13½ ins (34 cm) wide, 12½ ins (32 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £380


    A Small Painted Pine Box-seat Settle. The tall planked back with angled canopy rail to the top and splayed shaped side boards leading down to a splayed seat above an enclosed base on bracket feet housing a single drawer with brass knob handles, 64½ in (164 cm) high, 30 in (76 cms) wide, 18½ in (47 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £360


    A Charming 19th Century Painted Folk Art Folding Table. The planked oval top naively decorated with flowers on a red lead ground with black border, standing on a floral painted folding base with turned baluster legs composed of an A-frame and pivoting gate with serpentine cut cross bar and a pegged block support to the top. 28½ in (72 cm) high, 36 in x 27½ in (90 cm x 70 cm).

    Sold For: £800

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We are currently away on our annual holiday from the beginning of July until the beginning of August. We will reply to all enquiries and questions upon our return on the 5th August. Many thanks Dismiss