Auction Items

Period Oak, Carvings, Paintings, Country Furniture and Effects

  • LOT NUMBER 21

    A Charming 19th Century Yorkshire Ceramic Knitting Sheath. The convex heart shaped piece having a needle holder to the centre, and relief moulded with a pair of figures either side of a harp flanked by flower heads depicted in Prattware enamels enriched with pink & copper lustre glaze. The periphery pierced with 'sewn-on' attachment holes, 3 in (7.5 cm) in length.

    Estimated sale price: £100 - £200

  • LOT NUMBER 22

    A Group of Four Antique Patch Boxes inset with miniature paintings to the lids: One of turned ebony with tortoiseshell moulding encircling a landscape with man & two horses, 3¼'' (9 cm) in diameter. One of turned ivory with tortoiseshell veneer lining with portrait of an Empire lady to the lid and a loose rectangular miniature portrait of a gentleman housed inside. One of horn and tortoiseshell with a late 18th century miniature of mother and child in landscape 3'' (8 cm) in diameter. And a small turned ivory box with a 19th century miniature painting of lady & dog in landscape with appliquéd pressed leaves to the trees, 2¼'' (6 cm) in diameter (A/F).

    Estimated sale price: £400 - £600

  • LOT NUMBER 23

    Two Religious Mother-of-Pearl Carvings: One on a large flat shell depicting 'Flight to Egypt', Circa 17th/18th Century, 6'' (15 cm) high, 6'' (15 cm) wide. The other being a double-sided oval medallion carved with a young Jesus to one side and St Barbara to the other, with painted inscription, 3½'' x 2½'' (9 cm x 6.5 cm).

    Estimated sale price: £400 - £480

  • LOT NUMBER 24

    An Early 19th Century Articulated Wooden Sea Serpent. It's writhing body composed of hinged links mounted with a carved bone head and piscine tail, 23'' (58 cm) in length.

    Estimated sale price: £300 - £400

  • LOT NUMBER 25

    A Small 19th Century Carved Ivory Bust of an Old Hag wearing frilled bonnet, mounted on a modern display stand, 3¼'' (8 cm) in height.

    Estimated sale price: £300 - £400

  • LOT NUMBER 26

    A Small 19th Century 'Whieldon Type' Pottery Whistle modelled as a dog sponged with manganese glaze on a cream ground and measuring 2'' (5 cm) in height, 2½'' (6.5 cm) in length.

    Estimated sale price: £150 - £250

  • LOT NUMBER 27

    A Halifax Pottery Watch Stand daubed in brown and blue glaze on a cream glazed ground, with a moulded cylindrical stem and circular foot, 6¼ in (16 cm) in height.

    Estimated sale price: £80 - £120

  • LOT NUMBER 28

    A Late 19th Century Stoneware Money Box modelled in the form of a house, 3¼ in (8 cm) high, 4 in (10 cm) wide, 2½ in (6.5 cm) deep.

    Estimated sale price: £60 - £80

  • LOT NUMBER 29

    A 19th Century Slip-glazed Agate-ware Money Box modelled in the form of a circular inn with a pierced coin slot to the conical roof and chimney to the centre. The eaves stamped with inscription; 'PUT A PENNY IN THIS PENNY INN AND BE TEMPERATE AND RICH', 5¼ in (13.5 cm) in height, 4½ in (11.5 cm) in diameter.

    Estimated sale price: £100 - £200

  • LOT NUMBER 30

    A Wetherigg's Pottery Teapot with stippled blue glaze on a cream glazed ground and sgrafitto inscription 'Mrs Robinson Kirkoswald 1925', 7 in (18 cm) in height.

    Estimated sale price: £200 - £300



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