This was another good sale with plenty of over estimate results, ceramics and practical table wares achieving high prices with Old Country Roses proving to still be a popular seller.
Similar practical decorative antiques are still in demand with a Fusee wall clock reaching £260. Having both local appeal and a quality build, it would suit any home with a timeless style.
Another local interest item with a more macabre background was the grave urn or vase, making £120.
Lot 95 – A collection of Shelley cups and saucers and similar tureens. £165
Lot 52 – A variety of Masons ware including plates, bell jugs and more, mixed designs and styles. £130
Lot 15 – A 1901 dated salt glazed grave vase/urn or similar W.G Bathgate Sedburgh. £120
Lot 9 – A mahogany cased Fusee wall clock, having hinged glass to front and roman numerals and ‘Rhodes Kendal’ to enamel face. £260
Ten lots of Royal Albert Old Country Roses making a total of £1745. Pictured: Lot 148 – A selection of tea and coffee ceramics by Royal Albert in the old country roses design. £155