Auction Items

  • LOT NUMBER 71

    A Leeds Creamware Teapot. The fluted body decorated with dripped green glaze stripes and having a raised collar of pierced diamonds to the top encircling the finial knopped lid, 5¾ in (14.5 cm) in height.

    Sold For: £340

  • LOT NUMBER 72

    An 18th Century Pearlware Teapot, stamped on base 'WOOD'. The shouldered body moulded with a frieze band of undulating flowers & foliage enhanced with green, pink, blue & yellow enamels between blue glazed key-pattern borders above a reeded base. The radial reeded lid moulded with foliage and surmounted by a decorative finial knop, 5½ in (14 cm) in height.

    Sold For: £60

  • LOT NUMBER 73

    Two Early 19th Century Pearlware Staffordshire Figures: One of 'Hope' standing on a square hollow base, decorated 'in the round' with sprigs of ochre & blue glazed flowers to her robe, 9 in (23 cm) in height. The other depicting 'Charity' standing on a square base 8½ in (21 cm) in height.

    Sold For: £70

  • LOT NUMBER 74

    An Attractive 19th Century Ironstone Dessert Service decorated in deep blue and rusty orange glaze with flowers enriched with gilding and comprising of 18 plates, four round dishes, two square dishes, two oval dishes, two tureens with lids, stands and an oval comport.

    Sold For: £420

  • LOT NUMBER 75

    A Collection of Blue & White Printed Willow Pattern Crockery consisting of three meat-plates, 19 dinner plates, 15 side plates and 5 saucers.

    Sold For: £280

  • LOT NUMBER 76

    A Large 18th Century Oak Dresser. The rack having a moulded canopy above two plank backed shelves with applied edging strips. The base fitted with two fielded panel doors flanking a central bank of three fielded drawers, standing on stile supports 75½ in (192 cm) high, 72 in (183 cm) wide, 22 in (56 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £1000

  • LOT NUMBER 77

    A 19th Century Stick-back Windsor Armchair attributed to the Lincolnshire area. The bent ash back hoop framing nine long spindles piercing the arm-bow with eight further underarm spindles and bentwood end supports. The elm seat on turned legs united by an H-form stretcher. 43 in (109 cm) high, 22 in (56 cm) wide.

    Sold For: £200

  • LOT NUMBER 78

    A 19th Century Ash and Elm Low Stick Back Windsor Armchair. The hoop back framing eight stick spindles. The arms with shaped end supports. The elm seat on turned legs united by a turned H-form stretcher.

    Sold For: £55

  • LOT NUMBER 79

    A 19th Century Pine Spinning Wheel 40 in (102 cm) in height.

    Sold For: £40

  • LOT NUMBER 80

    A Provincial 19th Century Rush-seat Spindle-backed Armchair. The shaped cresting rail above repeated egg turned spindles. The rush seat on turned legs united by turned stretchers, 45 in (115 cm) high, 24½ in (62 cm) wide.

    Sold For: £340



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