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Friday 03 November 2017

Commencing at 11:00am

Bedford Auction Centre – Eastcotts Park

Viewing

Friday 24th October – 5pm to 8pm,
Saturday 25th October – 9am to 1pm,
Thursday 2nd November – 9am to 6pm,
Morning of sale from 9am

Of Local Interest & Importance: An original London Brick Company sign depicting the company’s logo, to be included in our October Antiques sale

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This selection of items forms a part of our October Antiques & Collectors Items sale.

To find out more about this auction click ‘Auction & Catalogue Details’ above.

Recent Highlights in Antique & Collectable Auctions

A Sitzendorf figure modelled as a female acrobat in the Art Deco manner, h. 31 cm

Sold for £550

A 19th century and later mahogany and brass bound campaign-chest, the three short drawers over three long drawers on turned feet,
w. 99 cm

Sold for £900

A 19th century Russian brown patinated bronze bust of Emperor Nicholas I (1796-1855) on an integral socle of waisted cylindrical form, h. 47 cm, on a red marble plinth of shaped square form applied with a gilt bronze Romanov coat of arms, overall h. 61 cm *Believed to be a court commission

Sold for £5000

A 19th century Russian brass samovar and stand, h. 46 cm

Sold for £1300

A group of three early 20th century walking canes, each with the pommel modelled as an African head, one with a brass mount marked 'G. Little & Co. Makers,
63 Haymarket, London

Sold for £600

After Demeter H. Chiparus (1886-1947), a cold painted and ivory mounted bronze figure 'Nimble Dancer' on a stepped onyx base, based engraved 'ETLING, PARIS', overall h. 46 cm, figure h. 30.5 cm

Sold for £7000

A parian ware bust modelled as a half length classical female figure on a socle base, h. 42 cm

Sold for £920

A George II silver covered tankard of tapered cylindrical form, having a scroll work thumb piece and leaf capped handle above a ribbed body, maker (?)IB, London 1759, h. 17.5 cm,
31 ozs

Sold for £740

A Napoleonic Prisoner-of-War bone figural group modelled as a guillotine execution with staircase, within a display cabinet, 37 x 20 cm, together with a similar boat

Sold for £950

A Chinese stoneware blue and white vase of baluster form, allover decorated with dragons, h. 48 cm

Sold for £1100

A William IV mahogany reeded dining table, the two D-ends joined by a central leaf, on turned legs with castors, l. 175 cm

Sold for £640

Priscilla Hann (contemporary), a bronze sculpture modelled as a horse 'Mister Baileys' on a naturalistic base and mahogany plinth, h. 41 cm

Sold for £700

A 19th century brass samovar of hexagonal form with shell form handles and scrolled legs, in the Russian manner, h. 35 cm

Sold for £2000

A pair of Zsolnay Pecs two handled reticulated vases of classical form, h. 31.5 cm

Sold for £850

An early 20th century pine and strung apprentice piece modelled as a working wheelbarrow, l. 76 cm

Sold for £260

A group of late 19th/early 20th century stoneware ginger beer bottles, many named, including three with blue and green bands, together with a group of cods, inks, reference booklets etc.

Sold for £700

William Lionel Wylie (1851-1931),
'Report Me All Well',
signed and inscribed,
watercolour,
27 x 42 cm

Sold for £820

Richard Llewellyn Benson Rathbone (1864-1939), a pair of Arts & Crafts brass candlesticks of squat form, stamped '19 Rathbone 02 107T', h. 12.5 cm each

Sold for £1400

A late 19th century French mantle clock, the face with Roman numerals, in the form of a sphere supported by a pair of putti on a gilt metal base of architectural form decorated with swags, h. 39 cm

Sold for £750

A George III silver mug of traditional bell shaped form having a leaf capped c-scroll handle, Samuel Godbehere & Edward Wigan, London 1796, together with two further George III mugs of similar design, overall 30 ozs

Sold for £1100

Recent Highlights in Bedford Auction Centre

A Sitzendorf figure modelled as a female acrobat in the Art Deco manner, h. 31 cm

Sold for £550

A 19th century and later mahogany and brass bound campaign-chest, the three short drawers over three long drawers on turned feet,
w. 99 cm

Sold for £900

A 19th century Russian brown patinated bronze bust of Emperor Nicholas I (1796-1855) on an integral socle of waisted cylindrical form, h. 47 cm, on a red marble plinth of shaped square form applied with a gilt bronze Romanov coat of arms, overall h. 61 cm *Believed to be a court commission

Sold for £5000

A 19th century Russian brass samovar and stand, h. 46 cm

Sold for £1300

A group of three early 20th century walking canes, each with the pommel modelled as an African head, one with a brass mount marked 'G. Little & Co. Makers,
63 Haymarket, London

Sold for £600

After Demeter H. Chiparus (1886-1947), a cold painted and ivory mounted bronze figure 'Nimble Dancer' on a stepped onyx base, based engraved 'ETLING, PARIS', overall h. 46 cm, figure h. 30.5 cm

Sold for £7000

A parian ware bust modelled as a half length classical female figure on a socle base, h. 42 cm

Sold for £920

A George II silver covered tankard of tapered cylindrical form, having a scroll work thumb piece and leaf capped handle above a ribbed body, maker (?)IB, London 1759, h. 17.5 cm,
31 ozs

Sold for £740

A Napoleonic Prisoner-of-War bone figural group modelled as a guillotine execution with staircase, within a display cabinet, 37 x 20 cm, together with a similar boat

Sold for £950

A Chinese stoneware blue and white vase of baluster form, allover decorated with dragons, h. 48 cm

Sold for £1100

A William IV mahogany reeded dining table, the two D-ends joined by a central leaf, on turned legs with castors, l. 175 cm

Sold for £640

Priscilla Hann (contemporary), a bronze sculpture modelled as a horse 'Mister Baileys' on a naturalistic base and mahogany plinth, h. 41 cm

Sold for £700

A 19th century brass samovar of hexagonal form with shell form handles and scrolled legs, in the Russian manner, h. 35 cm

Sold for £2000

A pair of Zsolnay Pecs two handled reticulated vases of classical form, h. 31.5 cm

Sold for £850

An early 20th century pine and strung apprentice piece modelled as a working wheelbarrow, l. 76 cm

Sold for £260

A group of late 19th/early 20th century stoneware ginger beer bottles, many named, including three with blue and green bands, together with a group of cods, inks, reference booklets etc.

Sold for £700

William Lionel Wylie (1851-1931),
'Report Me All Well',
signed and inscribed,
watercolour,
27 x 42 cm

Sold for £820

Richard Llewellyn Benson Rathbone (1864-1939), a pair of Arts & Crafts brass candlesticks of squat form, stamped '19 Rathbone 02 107T', h. 12.5 cm each

Sold for £1400

A late 19th century French mantle clock, the face with Roman numerals, in the form of a sphere supported by a pair of putti on a gilt metal base of architectural form decorated with swags, h. 39 cm

Sold for £750

A George III silver mug of traditional bell shaped form having a leaf capped c-scroll handle, Samuel Godbehere & Edward Wigan, London 1796, together with two further George III mugs of similar design, overall 30 ozs

Sold for £1100

Recent Highlights in Specialist Auctions

An 18ct yellow gold cased half hunter pocket watch by Benson, the white enamelled dial with black Roman numerals and second hand section within a plain case, overall 92.6 gms

Sold for £820

A white metal full eternity ring set eighteen brilliant cut diamonds, ring size K 1/2, 7 gms

Sold for £1000

A 14ct yellow gold and platinum highlighted 'Leo Diamond' ring set three graduated brilliant cut diamonds within a raised setting, the shoulder each set three further graduated channel set diamonds, ring size N, 6.1 gms, central stone approximately 0.5 carats

Sold for £1700

A white metal ring set centrally with a pale blue sapphire and six square cut diamonds within an Art Deco design setting, ring size K, 5.5 gms

Sold for £2900

Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars, a textured range 'Drunken Bricklayer' vase in indigo, h. 33 cm

Sold for £ 380

Hashi Chakraborty (Bangladesh), an abstract still life study, oil on canvas, 81 x 110 cm, framed

Sold for £400

Niels Moller for Gudme Mobler, a 1970's Brazilian rosewood and crossbanded extending dining table on a four-star pedestal base, with two fitted leaves, stamped to underside 'Gudme Mobler Made in Denmark', max. 222 x 124 cm

Sold for £500

Johannes Andersonm for Udlum Mobler, a set of seven 1960/70's Brazilian rosewood dining chairs, model # 138, the back rails with three inset holes over upholstered drop-in seats

Sold for £640

Hansel and Gretel and Other Stories by the Brothers Grimm, illustrated by Kay Nielsen, Hodder, [1925]. Large qto., original gilt decorated/illustrated cream cloth, teg. Twelve tipped-in colour plates with titled tissue guards, black and white illustrations, decorative historiated initials, decorated endpapers, Limited edition 241/600, signed by Kay Nielsen.

Sold for £1700

A Magnum of Chateau Lafite Rothschild 1987 Pauillac 12% 150cl (ullage into neck)

Sold for £480

A 1970's stainless steel cased gentleman's automatic 'Sky Diver' wristwatch by Technos, the circular orange dial with silvered baton numerals and day/date aperture within an articulated bezel on a later expanding bracelet strap, case number 10709

Sold for £800

A titanium quartz gentleman's 'Aerospace' wristwatch by Breitling, the black dial with luminous Arabic and baton numerals and double digital display on a bracelet strap, case No. F65062 3073, with box and papers

Sold for £940

A yellow metal and white metal highlighted pendant of circular form centrally set with a single brilliant cut diamond within three further concentric rings each set smaller diamonds, central stone approximately 0.25 carats, w. 2.7 cm, 6.3 gms

Sold for £1400

A yellow metal cased gentleman's wristwatch movement by Vacheron & Constantin, the circular gold coloured dial having baton and Maltese cross hour markers within a plain case, lacking strap

Sold for £2500

A graduated amber bead necklace, 125 gms

Sold for £3700

A 1960's Scandinavian teak sideboard, the tambour sliding door enclosing three fitted drawers and two pairs of shelves, on circular tapering feet, l. 200 cm

Sold for £400

Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller, a 'Soft Pad' tan leather swivel office chair on a four star aluminium base

Sold for £480

Arne Hovmand-Olsen for Mogens Kold, a set of six 1960's teak and paper cord dining chairs with rectangular back rails

Sold for £500

Sir Norman Foster for Tecno, a rectangular glass office table on a chromed atomic-typebase of typical form, 100 x 218 cm

Sold for £1000

2 bottles of Chateau Haut Brion 1994 Cru Classe Des Graves Pessac Leognan

Sold for £340