Trade continued its buoyant trends throughout the month, with strong prices commanded for quality pieces in all sections. Highlights are as follows:
An impressive Empire style ebonised cabinet with rouge and brass detailing, width approx. 168cm (key included). Estimate £500-800, sold for £1,000.
A period oak dresser and delft rack possibly marriage but very complimentary width approx. 175cm. Estimate £400-600, sold for £720.
An impressive light mahogany breakfront display cabinet, labelled Waring and Gillows with brass lock to drawer in base also stamped Gillows, width approx. 148cm key included, Estimate £200-300, sold for £460.
A Victorian Nautilus Grate, cast and brass fireplace, No 8172, of scrolled design, as favoured by Queen Victoria at Balmoral and Osborne House. Estimate £200-300, sold for £310.
An early 20th Century Georgian revival chest on chest, width approx. 110cm, height 189cm, Estimate £300-500, sold for £680.
A set of wrought iron driveway or entrance gates with cast iron pillar posts. Estimate £100-150, sold for £580.
Vintage & Reproduction
A vintage teak sideboard McIntosh Dunvegan having triple cupboard and three drawer section width approx. 202cm a lovely example on nice condition. Estimate £400-600, sold for £560.
A mid 1990 Stewart Linford stick back Windsor chair in Ash and Yew wood. Estimate £100-150 sold for £400.
A top quality heavy oak refectory table , constructed in the traditional style, possibly Titchmarsh and Goodwin, approx 213 x 100cm. Estimate £400-600, selling for £450.
A mid century teak long side board having rolling doors and compartmental inside in good condition. Estimate £100-150 sold for £780.
A 1960’s design teak and metal frame Staples Ladderax modular wall unit, 3 bay, overall w 220cm. Estimate £200-300, sold for £540.
A vintage radiogram having Quad tuner etc. Estimate £200-300, sold for £540.
Lot 810, 809 & 807
Persian rugs sold for £520, £410 and £410.
A pair of vintage Celestion 66 Studio Monitors. Estimate £500-800, sold for £460.