Thursday 13 August 2020
Commencing at 11:00amLeamington Spa Auction Centre
Wednesday prior 9am - 5pm
Morning of the sale
Viewing for this sale is available with restrictions.
A limited number of people will be permitted in the salerooms at any one time and strict social distancing measures will be in place.
All customers must wear a face covering.
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. Whilst you can view as detailed above, we cannot allow bidding in person on the day*.
*These conditions are subject to change and dependent upon Government guidance.
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
Entries are accepted Monday, Friday & Tuesday 8.30am – 5.30pm
all subject to items saleability and space available
Recent sale results from this auction are displayed below. To view highlights from other auctions, click here.
Leamington Spa Auction Centre
Meccano - boxed sets No's 6, 6A (x2) and 8A in original brown paper wrapping along with an electric motor (E20R) and Transformer (T20)
Sold for £750
A large George V silver basket having an ornate pierced and scrolling design with four scroll handles. Hallmarked for London 1913, makers mark for Josiah Williams & Co.
Sold for £900
A Victorian rosewood perpetual calendar repeater clock by James Briscall of 48 Constitution Hill, Birmingham, the silvered clock dial with Roman numerals and pierced hands behind a convex glass
Sold for £1,400
An early 20th century white metal, ruby and diamond trilogy ring marked '18ct Plat' The central ruby approximately 0.75ct, flanked by two approximately 0.25ct round brilliant cut diamonds. Approx weight 2.6g. Size Q
Sold for £1,400
A polychrome wooden plaque depicting the coat of arms of the United Kingdom, h. 30.5 cm,
w. 38 cm
Sold for £1,300
A George II mahogany tea table, the shaped fold over top supported on a single gate action over a single frieze drawer above cabriole legs with shell carved knees, C-scroll ears and terminating in pad feet, h. 72 cm, w. 86 cm, d. 43 cm
Sold for £1,100
A pair of 19th century cast iron urns, the egg and dart rim over the gadrooned body and fluted column seated on tapering pedestals with plinth bases, h. 107 cm, dia. 74 cm
Sold for £1,900
An Elizabeth II silver four branch candelabra of hexagonal, tapering form. Hallmarked for London 1968, makers mark for William Comyns & Sons Ltd.
Sold for £580
A 19th century Chinese blue and white ginger jar decorated with prunus flowers and auspicious objects. Together with a carved and pierced hardwood stand and cover. Double circle mark to base.
Sold for £800
William Mellor (1851-1931), 'Rydal Lake, Westmorland', signed, oil on canvas, 29 x 44 cm
Sold for £1,000
James Humbert Craig R.U.A. (Irish, 1877-1944), 'Upper Glendun', signed, oil on canvas, 49 x 59 cm
Sold for £5,000
A quantity of 18th and 19th century antiquarian leather bound books to include 'The History Of Napoleon', Shakespeare, etc.
Sold for £1,700
Colette Bouvard (1941-1996),
'Bridge between the houses- Venice',
signed, dated 7.2.75 to stock label verso,
oil on canvas,
26 x 34 cm
Sold for £1,600
An early 19th century figured cedar campaign chest of two short over three long drawers with flush brass handles, brass fittings and a splitting carcass, h. 102 cm, w. 106 cm, d. 44 cm
Sold for £1,200
A 19th century mahogany cellarette of sarcophagus form with gadrooned sides on gadrooned squat bun feet, h. 49 cm, w. 76 cm, d. 56 cm
Sold for £2,100