SILVERDALE SALEROOM - DAY 3 - LOTS 1298 - 1960 - November 2019 Rare 20th Century British Pottery & Antiques Auction

10th November 2019 at 11:00 AM

On the 8th, 9th & 10th November Potteries Auctions are holding a three day antiques and collectables auction.

Day Three: Sunday 10th commences at 11am: Lots 1298 - 1960

Day 3 Sunday 10th November at 11.05am looks to be an interesting day starting with Antique and good quality furniture including a Gillows satinwood marquetry bookcase and cabinet, an Ercol Giraffe room divider, 18th & 19th century oak, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian furniture.

A number of oil paintings, watercolours and pictures feature on day three including works by Archibald Webb, Alfred Powell, G. Fox, Judith Balogh, Colin Beats, Anthony Forster, Bernard Fleetwood-Walker and Mavis Walsh.

For the petrol heads there are Vintage motor scooters Mobymatic Mobylette, racing cycles and a 1983 Datsun 280ZX targa topped sports car.

An array of quality large carpets and rugs including Afghan, Indian and Chinese are to be sold alongside some more unusual clocks including a musical carved mahogany grandfather clock, longcase and wall clocks.

Amongst the more macabre lots are a taxidermy brown squirrel, badger with rabbit by Jeffries of Carmarthen, a puffin, Gillimot, large trout, many bird groups, rare brown crow, stoat, Shoveller duck, Kestrel, Auk and Owls.

A lovely collection of 20th century furnished dolls houses and shops are up for sale as well as metal ware including Art Deco figures, gothic revival candlesticks and bronze sculptures.

Interesting collectors items include a 17th Century gentleman’s frock coat, Chanel handbag, Linhof camera, cameras, lenses, Dunhill and DuPont lighters, collection of brass gun cartridge loaders, William IV vanity case and various miners lamps.

An unusual Oscar Adaler & Co antique German Sonora Basoon and other musical instruments feature plus a rare Guinness clock and a collection of 1920’s cast iron street signs and Sporting memorabilia.

Rare books will create a lot of interest such as Harry Potter first edition books, Lord of the rings, Sociological History of Stoke on Trent, a large collection of science fiction books and magazines.
For the toy enthusiast there are a number of cars, Mamod steam engines and Scalextric sets.

Wines and spirits also feature with a 1965 Chateau Mouton Rothchild Bordeaux red wine, vintage port and whisky.

Military items include Naval swords, a collection of flintlock rifles and pistols, Indo Persian steel battle axes, medal groups, swords and German Kreigsmarine officers binoculars.

Silverware to include  flatware, tea sets, Georgian spoons, Chinese bowls also 9ct & 18ct gold pocket watches, wristwatches by Omega, Buche Girod, Longines, Morris Lacroix, Tudor, Rolex, Bentima, Upjohn & Bright full hunter pocket watch, Waltham, ladies and gents watches.

A number of gold sovereigns, gold & silver coinage, sets of proof coins, Canadian $10 gold coins and Krugerrands.

Day three comes to a close with over 150 lots of jewellery including diamond set jewellery, a large pair of diamond earrings, gold double Albert watch chains, white gold 3.65ct eternity ring, white gold three stone ring 2.8ct, many more ladies gold dress rings, gold charm bracelets, necklaces, pendants and vintage costume jewellery.

Viewing:

Wednesday 6th & Thursday 7th from 9.00am until 5.00pm

Friday 8th from 9.00am - 8.00pm, with wine and cheese from 6.00-8.00pm

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