Auction Items

  • LOT NUMBER 61

    A Late 15th Century French Wrought Iron Missal Box, 4½ ins (11.5 cms) high, 7¼ ins x 5 ins (18 cms x 12.5 cms).

    Estimated sale price: £600 - £800

  • LOT NUMBER 62

    A 16th Century Wrought Iron Dome-topped Casket bound in studded iron straps incorporating two hasps to the front with a loop handle to the lid, 4½'' (11 cm) high, 6'' (15 cm) wide, 4'' (10 cm) deep.

    Estimated sale price: £400 - £600

  • LOT NUMBER 63

    A Pair of Early 18th Century Wrought Iron Rushnips. The pointed rush jaws on square section stems, counterweighted by upswept twisted arms with ball finials and raised on tripod bases with flat pointed feet to the strap legs, 10½'' (27 cm) in height.

    Estimated sale price: £200 - £400

  • LOT NUMBER 64

    A Small 16th Century Wrought Iron Dome-topped Casket bound with a central studded iron strap forming the hasp to the front, and loop handle to the hinged lid, 4½'' (11 cm) high [handle down], 6'' (15 cm) wide, 4'' (10 cm) deep.

    Estimated sale price: £1000 - £1500

  • LOT NUMBER 65

    A 17th Century 'Whitechapel' Cast Bronze Pestle & Mortar. The pestle 8¼'' (24 cm) in length. The mortar having a decorated frieze band cast with irregular prunts of scallop shells, paterae and foliate scroll motifs, 5¼'' (13.5 cm) in height, 6½'' (16.5 cm) in diameter.

    Estimated sale price: £500 - £600

  • LOT NUMBER 66

    A Fine 17th Flemish Bronze Pestle & Mortar dated 1667. The pestle 9'' (23 cm) in length. The mortar cast with inscription GERARDUS A LAPIDE ANNO 1667 around the rim above ringed sides and a decorative frieze band of undulating foliage, briar roses, pomegranates and grapes, 6'' (15 cm) high, 6¾'' (17 cm) in diameter.

    Estimated sale price: £2500 - £3000

  • LOT NUMBER 67

    A 17th Century English Bronze Marriage Mortar cast with a decorative band of trefoil motifs above inscription EDWARD ALDER & MARY 1682, 5'' (13 cm) high, 6½'' (16.5 cm) in diameter.

    Estimated sale price: £2000 - £25000

  • LOT NUMBER 68

    Four Antique Stoneware Flagons. The largest with simple ring turning to the shoulders 18'' (46 cm) in height [A/F]. Two of grey stoneware decorated in blue glaze with flowers and scrolling foliate sprays below ring turned collars, one inscribed '¾', 13'' (33 cm) in height, the other marked '½', 11½'' (29 cm) in height. The fourth a light brown salt-glazed flagon, 11½'' (29 cm) high.

    Estimated sale price: £150 - £300

  • LOT NUMBER 69

    A Large French Terracotta Cider Pitcher, Circa 1780. The ovoid body with vertical ribs and partial ochre & green glaze to the front, 13½'' (34 cm) in height.

    Estimated sale price: £150 - £250

  • LOT NUMBER 70

    A Large Lead-glazed Stoneware Basket pierced with a profusion of draining holes, 13'' (33 cm) high, 12½ (32 cm) in diameter.

    Estimated sale price: £200 - £300



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