Leamington Spa Weekly Auction Click & Collect

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Thursday 11 March 2021

Commencing at 10:30am

Leamington Spa Auction Centre


Due to the exceptional circumstances
there will be no public viewing for this
sale and all lots have been photographed.

How to View & Bid

Live Online Bidding
Live Online Bidding

Our popular weekly auction includes approximately 400 lots of antique & general furniture, household goods, jewellery, tools, modern electrical items and garden equipment.


Please note this sale will be held live on the internet.
We cannot allow bidding in person on the day*.

*These conditions are subject to change and dependent upon Government guidance.

Auction Collection & Clearance Service Available

Situated in the town centre, Locke & England held their first auction sale in Leamington Spa in 1834 and have continued to hold regular antique, general household  and specialist sales ever since as well as offering a valuation service.

If you cannot make the sale on Thursday, leave us a commission bid when you view by filling out the simple form in the saleroom, or register to bid online via our website.

Weekly sale catalogues published online every Tuesday at 6.00pm

Courier Services
For larger items we suggest make arrangements with JenTel Packaging immediately after the sales.
enquiries@jentelpacking.co.uk https://www.jentelpacking.co.uk/

Alternatively you could contact:

Julian’s Removals 07773 055 439 (for local deliveries)

or https://www.shiply.com/

or Proovia Ltd. +44 121 314 9848 support@proovia.co.uk https://www.proovia.co.uk/

Recent Highlights

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

Leamington Spa Auction Centre

A 19th century Chinese padouk and brass mounted box on later stand, the lid lifting to reveal a fitted interior with drawers on the bespoke English mahogany stand, h. 99 cm,
w. 55 cm, d. 33 cm

Sold for £1,300

A three piece silver plate and glass cruet set designed by Christopher Dresser, h. 11 cm

Sold for £750

A large early 20th century Japanese Satsuma vase decorated with two panels depicting a tiger and a mountainous village scene within a border of floral and fan motifs, h. 40 cm

Sold for £5,500

An early 19th century rosewood breakfast table, the circular top over a tapering octagonal column on the triform base with lion paw feet, h. 72.5 cm, dia. 152 cm

Sold for £950

A pair of early 19th century rosewood and brass mounted chairs, the scroll over top rail over the caned seat with floral pads on sabre legs, h. 82 cm, w. 49 cm, d. 57 cm

Sold for £1,200

A Georgian giltwood sofa from the estate of J.B.Priestley who died at his home Kissingtree House in Alveston , Warwickshire. The sofa was purchased from the estate and was relocated to Honiley Hall, Warwickshire. The embroidered Honiley Hall crest was added at this time,
h. 103 cm, l. 190 cm, d. 61 cm

Sold for £1,600

18th century school,the Madonna with child,unsigned,oil on canvas,50 cm x 57 cm

Sold for £3,000

A 18th century oak settle with adjustable (drop) ends, upholstered in a William Morris fabric with five cushions over a rope seat, h. 89 cm, l. 200 cm, d. 63 cm

Sold for £1,500

A yellow metal fringe necklace marked '750' together with a yellow metal and blue topaz ring and a pair of matching yellow metal earrings marked '18k'. Approx weight 45g

Sold for £1,150

A small Royal Worcester vase with fluted rim and hand painted scenes of sheep signed H. Davis, h. 8.5 cm

Sold for £950

An early 20th century Japanese Satsuma vase of globular form, the body decorated with figures amidst flowers, h. 15 cm

Sold for £700

An early 20th century Howard and Sons arm chair with walnut legs, Morris upholstery and brass cup castors stamped Howard and Sons, London, h. 89 cm, w. 77 cm,
d. 100 cm

Sold for £2,800

A 19th century mahogany twin pedestal desk, the top with a damaged tooled leather insert over a row of three drawers on two three drawer pedestals, h. 77 cm, w. 153 cm, d. 75 cm

Sold for £900

In the 17th Century manner,
A head and shoulders portrait of Oliver Cromwell,
oil on canvas, the image including an oval faux frame painted within the picture, mounted in a larger giltwood frame,
overall 106 x 94 cm

Sold for £1,100

An Arts & Crafts silver twin handled pedestal cup in the manner of Charles Robert Ashbee. The cup having a planished finish, loop handles and embossed roundels to base. Hallmarked for London 1901, makers mark for the Guild of Handicraft. Approx weight 200g, h. 11 cm

Sold for £1,600

John Milne (1931-1978) an abstract bronze sculpture of arched design. Inscribed '2/3 1974 JEM' under base, h. 19.5 cm

Sold for £4,600

A 19th century Indian tortoise shell and engraved ivory topped occasional table on an ebonized base with barley twist legs, h. 70 cm, w. 46 cm, d. 46 cm

Sold for £1,800

In the manner of Joseph Marchak, a 1970's 18ct yellow gold prunt ring set with cabochon turquoise and ten small diamonds within a naturalistic setting. Approx weight 17.7g Size K.

Sold for £1,500

An assortment of 9ct gold and yellow metal items to include earrings, chains, pendants etc. Approx weight 64.1g

Sold for £1,100

A George II walnut 'Gainsborough' chair upholstered in floral needlework fabric, the outswept arms with floral carving on cabriole legs with carved ears and knees on hairy paw feet, h. 96 cm, w. 77 cm, d. 80 cm

Sold for £29,000