Thursday 30 May 2019
Commencing at 11:00amLeamington Spa Auction Centre
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Morning of sale from 9am
Thursday sales of Antiques and Collectors items are held bi-monthly at our Leamington Spa saleroom. These sales incorporate a range of Antique Furniture, Pictures, Ceramics & Glass, Silver, Metalware, Boxes and Caddies, Militaria and other collector’s items are offered for sale.
A Russian silver and parcel gilt tankard by Ovchinnikov. The body with two niello-work oval panels depicting scenes of the Kremlin and St. Basil’s cathedral, surrounded by scrolling decoration and separated by a series of bands with gothic Cyrillic script beneath the lid. The lid itself featuring a bifurcated thumb piece and further scrolling and medallion decoration. Marked to base for 84 zolotnik silver. Moscow 1888. Makers mark for Pavel Akimov Ovchinnikov. Assay master probably Viktor Vasilyevich Savinsky. Approx weight 660g, h. 14.5 cm. Estimate £5000 – £8000
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A Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC) awarded to Flight-Lieutenant Donald Leslie Ward of R.A.F.V.R. 96th squadron of Walsgrave for his ‘high standard of skill and efficiency’ including destroying three enemy aircraft and nine flying bombs and also saving the lives of the crew of a Wellington bomber. The medal itself is dated 1944 on the reverse and housed in its original box. Also included is a selection of newspaper clippings concerning the recipient and his actions along with his RAF officers cloth cap badge. Estimate £1000 – £1500
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A George III mahogany, marquetry and tulipwood banded serpentine knife box, the sloping lid lifting to reveal a vacant interior on ogee bracket feet, h. 39 cm, w. 23 cm, d. 31 cm
Sold for £220
A limited edition Parker fountain pen made form the brass recovered from the liner RMS Queen Elizabeth which sank in Hong Kong harbour, 1972, following a fire. The pen itself with a 14ct gold nib and complete with accompanying presentation box and certificate No. 1896/5000. Together with a facsimile 1938 Cunard White Star invitation to the launch of said ship at Clydebank
Sold for £460
A late 17th century and later walnut, herring bone strung and crossbanded cabinet, the quarter veneered top over two cupboard doors enclosing a bank of eleven drawers on bracket feet, h. 102 cm, w. 104 cm, d. 55 cm
Sold for £480
A handwoven Persian silk rug, possibly Kashan,the multi line border enclosing a red ground field with three superimposed central medallions surrounded by an extensive arabesque, 315 cm x 205 cm
Sold for £800
James H. C. Millar (fl.1884-1903), 'Trevone Bay, Cornwall', signed, oil on canvas, 60 x 91 cm
Sold for £2800
A Russian silver and parcel gilt tankard by Ovchinnikov. The body with two niello-work oval panels depicting scenes of the Kremlin and St. Basil's cathedral, surrounded by scrolling decoration and separated by a series of bands with gothic Cyrillic script beneath the lid. The lid itself featuring a bifurcated thumb piece and further scrolling and medallion decoration. Marked to base for 84 zolotnik silver. Moscow 1888. Makers mark for Pavel Akimov Ovchinnikov. Assay master probably Viktor Vasilyevich Savinsky. Approx weight 660g, h. 14.5 cm.
Sold for £5000
A large early 19th century Chinese export blue and white charger painted with pagodas within a floral and trellis border
Sold for £1700
A late 17th / early 18th walnut chest on stand, the secret cushion front drawer over two short and three long drawers on the stand with one drawer above shaped apron, turned legs, feet and curved stretchers, h. 167 cm, w. 113 cm, d. 63 cm
Sold for £700
A pair of 19th century oak occasional tables, the rectangular galleried tops over a turned column and a triform platform base with squat bun feet, h. 58 cm, w. 47 cm, d. 27 cm
Sold for £1,600
An early 20th century walnut and burr walnut bedroom suite by S. Hille and Co. 140 Old Street EC1, comprising of a ladies wardrobe (h. 186 cm, w. 108 cm, d. 62 cm) , gentleman's wardrobe (h. 151 cm, w. 108 cm, d. 54 cm), dressing table with stool ( h. 134 cm, w. 132 cm, d. 58 cm), two bedroom chairs (h. 86 cm, w. 47 cm, d. 46 cm) and double bed the headboard with two bedside cabinets (h. 133 cm, w. 232 cm)
Sold for £3,400
A Georgian and later mahogany dwarf linen press, the top over two cupboard doors with dummy drawers enclosing four linen slides on bracket feet, h. 94 cm, w. 134 cm, d. 62 cm
Sold for £420
A late 17th century/early 18th century delftware charger with polychrome decoration depicting a gentleman waving goodbye to his lover with a castle visible on the hill in the background, dia. 34 cm
Sold for £480
A 19th century Elizabethan style refectory table, the cleated top over a carved frieze on four carved melon legs joined by an H stretcher, h. 77 cm, l. 182 cm, w. 83 cm
Sold for £580
A late 17th / early 18th century and later oyster veneered cabinet on stand, the cabinet with walnut veneered top over two cupboard doors enclosing a fitted interior comprising of a central cupboard surrounded by drawers on a later stand with single drawer on barley twist legs, h. 135 cm, w. 104 cm, d. 46 cm
Sold for £2400
An early 21st century Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson of Kilburn oak dining table and a set of six chairs, the table with an adzed top on octagonal chamfered supports with carved mouse, the two carver and four single chairs upholstered in a diamond design fabric with a carved mouse to each right hand leg. Table h. 73 cm, l. 183 cm, w. 87 cm
Sold for £3000
A George III silver tea caddy having an oval gadrooned body with armorial engraving to lid. Hallmarked for London, 1786
Sold for £1100
A mid 19th century oak bookcase made by Kendal Bros. of Warwick for John Margetts of Warwick
Sold for £1700
A 19th century French ebonised and gilt brass mounted Boulle credenza, the top over side ogee glazed doors flanking central cupboard door on plinth base, h. 107 cm, w. 169 cm,
d. 45 cm
Sold for £1,500
A 19th century mahogany partners desk by M. Willson of 68 Great Queen Street, having an olive green tooled leather insert to top over a row of three drawers, the knee hole flanked by cupboard and three drawers all mirrored to the other side on plinth base, h. 78 cm, w. 167 cm, d. 107 cm
Sold for £1,800