Auction Items

  • LOT NUMBER 151

    A Collection of Copper-ware: A set of five graduated measuring jugs with conical bodies, two further measuring jugs, a Georgian hob kettle (no lid), a large shallow culinary pan with brass side handle 14¼'' (36 cm) in diameter, two twin-handled pans with rolled rims, 12½'' (32 cm) in diameter, a spouted vessel with strap handle to the side and swing handle on brass lion mask mounts, a cylindrical copper bound sheet brass scoop, 8'' (20 cm) in length, and a pair of large late 19th/early 20th century copper milk jugs; one tamped No 24C on handle, 14½ in (37 cm) in height.

    Estimated sale price: £150 - £250

  • LOT NUMBER 152

    A Large 19th Century Oval Copper Culinary Pan with riveted side handles, a flat lid with moulded rim and central strap handle, 17'' (43 cm) high.

    Estimated sale price: £100 - £200

  • LOT NUMBER 153

    A 19th Century Copper Culinary Mould with a cockerel to the top and lobed sides, 4½'' (11.5 cfm) high, 8'' (20 cm) in diameter.

    Estimated sale price: £40 - £80

  • LOT NUMBER 154

    Two Antique Brass Vessels: A hanging pan having a copper riveted rim band and rolled edge with iron swing handle 13'' (33 cm) high [handle up], 12'' (30.5 cm) in diameter. And a wine cooler/jardiniere with a punch-worked rim band, gadrooned body with lion-mask mounted either side bearing ring handles, raised on three paw feet 8½'' (22 cm) high, 13½'' (34 cm) in diameter.

    Estimated sale price: £50 - £100

  • LOT NUMBER 155

    Two English Down Hearth Cooking Pans Circa 1700. One of bronze alloy with flanged rim encircled by an iron ring on a long handle chased with zig-zag decoration, fitted with a prop and terminating with a scrolled bifoil finial, 25½'' (65 cm) in length, 8¼'' (21 cm) in diameter. The other slightly larger pan of brass, with punched lunettes decorating the handle and a pierced loop end, 28'' (71 cm) long, 9½'' (24 cm) in diameter.

    Estimated sale price: £100 - £200

  • LOT NUMBER 156

    A Late Georgian Joined Oak Low Dresser housing two lip-moulded frieze drawers fitted with brass swing handles on embossed oval mounts and raised on tapering rectangular legs, 29'' (74 cm) high, 56'' (142 cm) wide, 19¼'' (49 cm) deep.

    Estimated sale price: £600 - £800

  • LOT NUMBER 157

    A 20th Century Windsor Armchair. The hoop back framing a pierced centre splat flanked by stick spindles leading down to an ash arm bow with pad ends above knopped baluster spindles and a central lower splat pierced with Christmas-tree motif. The turned legs united by a turned H-form stretcher.

    Estimated sale price: £60 - £80

  • LOT NUMBER 158

    A Similar Pair of Victorian Kitchen Stools. The round slightly hollow seats raised on turned legs united by turned X-form stretchers; one reinforced with wire, 21½'' (54.5 cm) high, 11'' (28 cm) in diameter.

    Estimated sale price: £80 - £160

  • LOT NUMBER 159

    A Small Oak Stool. The rectangular edge-moulded top pierced with a hand hole and raised on shaped end planks connected by frieze rails, 9¼'' (23 cm) high, 12¼'' (31 cm) wide, 7½'' (19 cm) deep.

    Estimated sale price: £80 - £120

  • LOT NUMBER 160

    A Small 19th Century Child's Rocking Commode Armchair with pole turned components incorporating two baluster turned spindles to the back, domed finials to the uprights and a pierced potty hole to the seat, standing on curved rockers, 23¼'' (59 cm) high, 13½'' (34 cm) wide.

    Estimated sale price: £80 - £120



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