Antique Furniture & Collectors’ Items

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Friday 02 July 2021

Commencing at 11:00am

Bedford Auction Centre

Viewing

Friday 25th June– 9am - 5pm
Saturday 26th June – 9am - 1pm
Thursday 1st July – 9am to 5pm,
Morning of sale from 9am

The first Friday of every month sees a specialist auction of Antiques and Collectable’s at the Bedford Auction Centre. A range of Antique Furniture, Pictures, Ceramics & Glass, Silver, Metalware, Boxes and Caddies, Militaria and other collector ’s items are offered for sale.

ENTRIES INVITED FOR NEXT SALE
If you own anything which you think might be suitable for one of our monthly sales  please contact Lindsay Taylor or Matthew Baker on
01234 266366 or antiques@peacockauction.co.uk
For an approximate estimate, email us with a description and image of your item. For larger or multiple items, we are happy to arrange for a valuer to visit your home or premises at your convenience.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Location
Auction Centre, Eastcotts Park, Wallis Way, Bedford, MK42 0PE
Please note that this sale will be held live online and attendance in person will not be allowed.

Viewing
Friday prior to sale 9am – 5pm
Saturday prior to sale 9am – 4pm
Thursday prior to sale 9am – 5pm
Morning of sale from 9am

Buyers Premium
A buyers’ premium at 17.5% plus VAT, will be added to the bid price of each lot.

Lots purchased online will in addition attract a 5% plus VAT fee.

Condition Reports
We regret that we are unable to process requests for condition reports received after 1.00pm on the day preceding the sale.

Catalogues 
Illustrated catalogues are available for all Antique and Specialist sales. (£5.00 by post). These sales can also be viewed on–line 10 days prior to the auction.

Artist Resale Rights (ARR)
In certain instances, where an artist is still alive, royalties can apply under the Artist Resale Right Regulations 2006. If these regulations apply, the buyer of the lot agrees to pay the auctioneer an amount equal to the resale royalty and we undertake to the buyer to pay this sum to the artist’s collection agent.

Collection
On sale day until 5pm and on the following Monday and Tuesday from 9am to 5pm.

Postage & Packing
Should you require items packed and posted please contact the Peacock Post team from Monday to Wednesday on 01234 608908 or shipping@peacockauction.co.uk

Payment
Attention is drawn to the Auctioneers Conditions of Sale in this catalogue and posted on the premises.

In particular it is emphasised that all accounts must be settled on the day of sale. Sale currency is GBP.

The following payment methods are accepted :
• Cash
• Debit card (in person)
• Direct bank transfer

We do not accept payments by credit card or any card payments over the telephone.

Bank transfer details are as follows :
Bank Name :       Metro Bank Plc
Account Name :  W&H Peacock
Sort code :          23-05-80
Account # :         29033862
Please quote both the auction number and your invoice number as reference. Failure to do so may delay goods being released. Please be aware that clients making international transfers will be liable for any bank imposed charges. 

Online Registration
In completing the online bidder registration and providing your payment card details you :

(i) confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to the auctioneer and have sufficient funds available to complete the transaction.

(ii) agree to abide by the auctioneer’s conditions of sale and special terms and conditions as stated in these particulars and on the online bidding platform.

(iii) agree to make payment via the methods and timescales stated above at the completion of the auction and authorise the auctioneer that on failing to do so the credit/debit card given may be charged in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased.

Auctioneer Information
W&H Peacock
Bedford Auction Centre
Eastcotts Park
Wallis Way
Bedford
MK42 0PE
United Kingdom
Tel: 01234 266366
www.peacockauction.co.uk
enquiries@peacockauction.co.uk

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Recent Highlights

Recent sale results from this auction are displayed below. To view highlights from other auctions, click here.

Bedford Auction Centre

An early 18th century Queen Anne or George I walnut and feather banded chest of drawers, the two shorter drawers over three longer, each with a brass handle, on bun feet, w. 92 cm

Sold for £1,400

A cased set of Staunton boxwood and ebonised chessmen by J. Jaques & Son of London, stamps to the relevant pieces, in the original mahogany box with a paper label

Sold for £1,000

An Indian hand-woven wool carpet, the geometric red and blue ground within matching borders, 320 x 220 cm

Sold for £650

Follower of Richard Weatherill (British 1844-1913),A view of Whitby Harbour and Abbey,bears signature,oil on canvas,44.5 x 74.5 cm CONDITION REPORT: Framed. Large patched repair verso. Canvas a little loose. This painting bears the signature 'R. Weatherill' but looks to be a copy of a very similar painting by Richard Weatherill sold at auction. See David Duggleby Auctioneers & Valuers, Lot 96, 6th November 2020. In our opinion this is a copy of an original work by Weatherill.

Sold for £4,600

The Royal Mint: Nine United Kingdom Proof Coin sets comprising 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2 x 2018, 2019 and 2020, all cased (9)

Sold for £1,100

A Daum Nancy cameo glass table lamp and cover of mushroom form decorated in the 'Red Sky' pattern with silhouetted trees on a sunset ground, h. 31.5 cm

Sold for £1,500

An 18th century gilt metal portrait miniature depicting a young gentleman wearing a white cravat, hair locket verso, image 7 x 5.7 cm, together with a similar oval portrait of a young lady (2)

Sold for £750

A pair of Regency and later mahogany waterfall-style bookcases with adjustable shelves, on turned legs with brass castors

Sold for £4,800

A Meissen figural clock, the movement striking on a bell and inscribed J.D. Brevete SGDG, the enamelled face with Roman numerals and retailers inscription 'Exam.d by Lund & Blockley', within a florally encrusted case incorporating six various birds, a nest and eggs, h. 34 cm

Sold for £2,000

A black case containing an extensive group of 19th century phlebotomy blood letting tools, including thirty-six brass fleams, thirty-two horn fleams and fourteen lancets, makers include Preist, Duvert Freres, Thiers etc.

Sold for £1,400

A Chinese Export metalware's four piece tea service of vase shaped form comprising coffee pot, teapot, milk jug and sugar nips, each piece allover repousse decorated with bamboo in full leaf, character marks to bases, overall 41 ozs (4)

Sold for £1,400

Arthur James Wetherall Burgess (British, 1879-1957),'Entering the Surrey Docks',signed,oil on artists' board,30 x 45 cm

Sold for £700

An Elizabethan carved oak four-poster tester bed, the panelled tester/canopy suported by four foliate posts, the headboard intricately carved with a stylised rose, lily and chrysanthemum or dahlia, sold with a mattress and metal inner framework.Bed frame w. 130 cm, l. 190 cm, h. 217 cm. Mattress l. 172 cm, w. 119 cm*In 1920 Richard Holworthy (of Holworthy & Shilton Archivists and Genealogists) investigated the crest/arms on the headboard- he determined that they related to the Metcalfe and Ayscough families. Marriages between these two families took place in 1542 and 1593, Holworthy thought the latter date to be more accurate for the date of the bed. The bed has been in the current vendor’s family for over 100 years and was on display in Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire until 2019, as pictured.

Sold for £5,200

Andre Hambourg (French, 1909-1999),Le Repas sur le Plage,oil on canvas,signed, inscribed and dated 195514.5 x 20.5 cm CONDITION REPORT: Framed. Significant paint losses and crazing. Frame with losses. In need of attention.

Sold for £1,100

A William IV mahogany dining table, c. 1830, the two rectangular console-type ends each with scrolled frieze on turned columns, platform bases and scrolled feet with castors, together with the two fitted leaves, max. l. 252 cm, w. 129 cm

Sold for £750

Attributed to Edward Charles Barnes,a half length portrait of a Mediterranean beauty wearing a lace shawl,bears signature,oil on canvas,58 x 43.5 cm

Sold for £750

A collection of twelve Georgian and later treen snuffs in the form of shoes, some with pewter or brass inlay, together with a brass example dated 1843 (13)

Sold for £700

A tavern clock, the dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, d. 64 cm, the brass movement within an ebonised case decorated in the chinoiserie manner and inscribed Jo.N (John) Hawling Oxford, h. 147 cm

Sold for £3,100

Twelve items of archaic unglazed pottery comprising nine jars, a cup and two dishes, max h. 22 cm

Sold for £1,600

A pair of life-size bronze figures modelled as King Charles Spaniels, h. 63 cm, l. 101 cm

Sold for £1,200