Wade Whimsies and other Figures

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Friday 04 November 2016

Commencing at 11:00am

Bedford Auction Centre

Viewing

Friday 28th October – 5pm to 8pm,
Saturday 29th October – 9am to 1pm,
Thursday 3rd November – 9am to 6pm,
Morning of sale from 9am

A large single owner collection of Wade Whimsies and Figures, Carltonware pottery and other collectable pottery.

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

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

FURTHER ENTRIES INVITED

Recent Highlights in Antique & Collectable Auctions

A gold 20 dollar coin dated 1908, 33.4 gms

Sold for £870

McCarthy J. H.: A collection of the writer's hand-written diaries, in various formats, for each year from 1886 - 1935. (Individual Diaries for the years 1878, 1880, 1882, 1890, 1894, 1895, & 1933 are not present). Entries include references to accounts of excursions abroad, visits to Galleries, dictation of his work, practise with an air pistol, books bought and read, Theatre outings, visits to a wide range of UK locations, visits to Publishers including Chatto & Kegan Paul, House of Commons, Meetings of the Dramatists' Club, meetings with various celebrities including - Walter Crane, George Meredith, Jerome and Pinero, monetary matters and a wide range of other activities. Some of the entries are very brief, others more extensive. Overall, a wide ranging biographical, literary and historical archive of potential interest to a range of research specialists in a number of fields. Together with a small collection of other miscellaneous note books.

Sold for £1600

An early 19th century silver and parcel gilt mounted turtle`s carapasse for use as a table snuff, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1827,
l. 10.5 cm

Sold for £2500

An 18th century-style walnut bijouterie cabinet, the glazed surface on four cabriole legs joined by a cross stretcher on ball and claw feet,
w. 76 cm

Sold for £500

A 19th century mantle clock, the movement striking on a gong with a Westminster chime, the gilt dial with silvered chapter ring within an ormolu mounted ebonised case of architectural form surmounted by acorn finials, h. 42 cm

Sold for £750

A Georgian truncheon, with hand painted mark Bow Street underneath the Royal crowned arms, with turned handle l. 51cm

Sold for £650

A late 18th/early 19th century Chinese vase, the pale green tapering body decorated with blue floral sprays and flanked by a pair of figural handles in the form of elephant heads, h. 39 cm

Sold for £700

Richard Sebright (1870-1959) for Royal Worcester, retailed by Aspreys, a set of seven cabinet plates, the central roundel decorated with fruits within a pale green and gilt border, together with a matching tazza and square shallow bowl

Sold for £1100

An early 20th century French cast bronze hexagonal wall lantern in the Gothic style with glazed sides and bottom. h. 75 cm, w. 51 cm

Sold for £1200

A set of four (2 carvers, 2 single) late 18th century mahogany chairs, the carved and shaped cresting rail over a pierced Gothic arch splat with over swept arms and Gothic arch sides, above an oversize upholstered seat on square section chamfered legs with shaped brackets. h. 93 cm, w. 63 cm, d. 62 cm

Sold for £8200

An Indian yellow metal necklace set bone, turquoise, pearl and synthetic polished gemstones within leaf and teardrop shaped settings suspended on a facet cut chain, overall 39.5 gms

Sold for £800

A Regency-type mahogany 'Johnson' extending table, the circular surface with five leaves fitting around exterior on four turned supports joined by a circular stretcher on splayed feet, max. d. 182.5 cm, with a fitted box holding the leaves

Sold for £1200

A late 19th century continental yellow metal and enamel decorated novelty pocket watch in the form of a stringed instrument, the white enamelled dial with black Roman numerals having a fusee movement with verge escapement

Sold for £2000

An early 18th century-style two seater sofa, the upholstered seat and back supported by satin walnut arms and cabriole feet

Sold for £480

A Liberty & Co. mantle clock, the Tudric pewter hammered case of domed form with bun feet, the copper and enamelled face with Roman numerals, stamped marks to base and numbered '01346', h. 16 cm

Sold for £650

A silver four branch candelabra with centre candle on a columned support Sheffield 1898 marked R & B Robert & Belk, possibly weighted, overall weight 3045 grams, h. 47 cm

Sold for £1900

A cased Ulysse Nardin deck watch chronometer, Ministry of Defence issue, Hydrographic Department, Serial No. 123964 to face and box ID card, d. 6.5cm

Sold for £1100

John H. Freeman (b.1911) for Royal Worcester, an urn and cover of Neo-Classical form decorated with fruits on a square plinth, numbered 2363, p.d.c.m. 1960, h. 21 cm

Sold for £820

E. L (19th century school),
a study of a waterfall,
initialled and dated 1882,
oil on canvas,
103 x 76 cm

Sold for £680

A Georgian mahogany circular concave mirror, with turned frame, dia. 42 cm

Sold for £400

Recent Highlights in Bedford Auction Centre

A gold 20 dollar coin dated 1908, 33.4 gms

Sold for £870

McCarthy J. H.: A collection of the writer's hand-written diaries, in various formats, for each year from 1886 - 1935. (Individual Diaries for the years 1878, 1880, 1882, 1890, 1894, 1895, & 1933 are not present). Entries include references to accounts of excursions abroad, visits to Galleries, dictation of his work, practise with an air pistol, books bought and read, Theatre outings, visits to a wide range of UK locations, visits to Publishers including Chatto & Kegan Paul, House of Commons, Meetings of the Dramatists' Club, meetings with various celebrities including - Walter Crane, George Meredith, Jerome and Pinero, monetary matters and a wide range of other activities. Some of the entries are very brief, others more extensive. Overall, a wide ranging biographical, literary and historical archive of potential interest to a range of research specialists in a number of fields. Together with a small collection of other miscellaneous note books.

Sold for £1600

An early 19th century silver and parcel gilt mounted turtle`s carapasse for use as a table snuff, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1827,
l. 10.5 cm

Sold for £2500

An 18th century-style walnut bijouterie cabinet, the glazed surface on four cabriole legs joined by a cross stretcher on ball and claw feet,
w. 76 cm

Sold for £500

A 19th century mantle clock, the movement striking on a gong with a Westminster chime, the gilt dial with silvered chapter ring within an ormolu mounted ebonised case of architectural form surmounted by acorn finials, h. 42 cm

Sold for £750

A Japanese Meiji period ivory and Shibayama inlaid okimono modelled as a marrow, signed, l. 13 cm

Sold for £1000

A Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson oak nest of three tables on octagonal legs with the mouse signature, max. w. 60 cm

Sold for £740

A vintage motor racing helmet with a cork interior and leather lining together with associated strap and wiring

Sold for £320

A late 19th/early 20th century Chinese blue and white vase of globular form profusely decorated with a traditional landscape, Qianlong mark to base but not of the period, h. 26 cm

Sold for £440

A 17th century oak coffer, the lift lid over four front panels with linenfold carving on square straight stiles, l. 142 cm

Sold for £800

An Indian yellow metal necklace set bone, turquoise, pearl and synthetic polished gemstones within leaf and teardrop shaped settings suspended on a facet cut chain, overall 39.5 gms

Sold for £800

A Regency-type mahogany 'Johnson' extending table, the circular surface with five leaves fitting around exterior on four turned supports joined by a circular stretcher on splayed feet, max. d. 182.5 cm, with a fitted box holding the leaves

Sold for £1200

A late 19th century continental yellow metal and enamel decorated novelty pocket watch in the form of a stringed instrument, the white enamelled dial with black Roman numerals having a fusee movement with verge escapement

Sold for £2000

An early 18th century-style two seater sofa, the upholstered seat and back supported by satin walnut arms and cabriole feet

Sold for £480

A Liberty & Co. mantle clock, the Tudric pewter hammered case of domed form with bun feet, the copper and enamelled face with Roman numerals, stamped marks to base and numbered '01346', h. 16 cm

Sold for £650

A Chinese 'Tael' ingot of circular form, stamped '1000' and with Chinese characters, d. 3.5 cm, 37.4 gms

Sold for £915

Henry John Sylvester Stannard
(1870-1951),
'The New Kitten',
signed,
watercolour,
35 x 51 cm

Sold for £720

A George I secretaire-chest and cabinet, stained in the 'Mulberry' manner, bearing the label G. Coxed and T. Woster, h. 180 cm, w. 108 cm, d. 57 cm

Sold for £26000

A French 19th century rosewood, kingwood crossbanded, mother of pearl and boulle work bookcase cabinet, the shelves enclosed by two glazed doors, over a drawer and two solid doors decorated with two-headed eagles, the pediment surmounted by a pair of half-spherical finials, on a plinth base, w. 114 cm

Sold for £3500

An enamelled London Underground railway sign for Wembley Park, 91 x 122 cm

Sold for £390