Auction Details - AUCTION ALREADY HELD
Furniture, Works of Art and Tribal Art
Auctioneer: Woolley & Wallis Location: Salisbury, Wiltshire UK
Contact: Tel: 01722 424500 Fax: 01722 424508
Date: 8th January 2013 Time: 10:00AM
Details: Viewing:
Friday 4th January 10am to 4.30pm
Saturday 5th January 10am to 1pm
Monday 7th January 10am to 4.30pm
Tuesday 8th January 8.30am to 10am
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Auction Lots - Page 2
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Click to view full image... A pair of early 16th century Flemish carved wood and polychrome decorated figural candlesticks, on later oak bases, 11½in (28.4cm) high, 6in (15cm) wide. (2) £1,500-2,000
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Click to view full image... A late 15th century Netherlandish oak carving of the Virgin Mary and Mary Magdalene, with traces of original polychrome and gilt decoration, 16¾in (42.5cm) high, 9¼in (23.2cm) wide, 4¾in (12cm) deep. £1,200-1,500
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Click to view full image... A 19th century North European carved ivory group of the Virgin and child, holding an apple in her right hand, on an integral octagonal base, 8¾in (21.8cm) high.
Provenance: Sold on behalf of the executors of the late Michael Wellby Esq. £400-600
54
Click to view full image... An early 16th century French carved and polychrome decorated model of the Virgin and child, probably Tours, c.1520, 12¾in (32.3cm) h. £1,200-1,500
55
Click to view full image... A continental embroidered figure of St. Nicholas, 20¾in (52.5cm) high, 8½in (21.5cm) wide. £20-30
56
Click to view full image... A Russian relief carved wood, gilt and polychrome triptych, the central panel depicting the crucifixion, flanked by saints, 19th century, central panel: 15 x 9in (38 x 22.6cm). (3) £200-300
57
Click to view full image... A late 17th / early 18th century continental carved wood and polychrome model of an angel, probably Italian, 9¾in (24.7cm) high, 10¼in (26cm) wide. £200-300
58
Click to view full image... An oak dresser, with mahogany banding and parquetry inlay, George III and later, 80in (203cm) high, 69½in (176.5cm) wide, 19¾in (50.2cm) deep. £800-1,200
59
Click to view full image... A pine dresser, 90¼in (229.3cm) high, 59¼in (150.5cm) wide, 18¼in (46.4cm) deep. £200-300
60
Click to view full image... A 19th century elm dough bin, with a hinged lid on a fixed stand with a frieze drawer fitted later brass handles, 29¼in (74.2cm) high, 38¾in (98.5cm) wide, 19in (48cm) deep. £300-500
61
Click to view full image... A late 17th century oak chest, of four long drawers, having geometric panelled fronts, fitted with replaced brass handles, 35in (89cm) high, 37½in (95cm) wide, 22in (56cm) deep. £500-800
62
Click to view full image... A painted oak dresser, 80½in (204.3cm) high, 65¾in (167cm) wide, 19¼in (49cm) deep. £100-200
63
Click to view full image... A Charles II joined oak armchair, having replaced finials, the front right leg branded 'E F'. £400-600
64
Click to view full image... An oak dresser, 60¼in (153cm) high, 49¼in (125.1cm) wide, 18¾in (47.5cm) deep. £300-400
65
Click to view full image... A late George III oak cricket table, 23¼in (59cm) high, 29¾in (68cm) wide. £300-500
66
Click to view full image... A pair of early 18th century Dutch copper alloy candlesticks, each with a faceted baluster stem with lappet corners and with monogram initials 'ML', 5¾in (14.7cm) high. (2)
Provenance: Sold on behalf of the executors of the late Michael Wellby Esq. £300-500
67
Click to view full image... A pair of 19th century brass Heemskirk type candlesticks, 19½in (24cm) high. (2) £300-400
68
Click to view full image... A metal bell, the front cast 'J. BAILEY AND CO. SALFORD, MANCHESTER', clapper missing, 12½in (32cm) high. £200-300
69
Click to view full image... A pair of bronze bells, decorated with reeded bands and a crowned cartouche the centre with six balls, the reverse with the initials 'V G' flanking a fleur de lys motif, with clappers and suspension holes, possibly Italian 18th century, 6in (15cm) high. (2) £400-500
70
Click to view full image... An 18th century pewter charger, with touchmarks for 'I S' and stamped owner's initials 'E S' and 'I W', 18¼in (46.4cm) diameter, and two other chargers and another with a deeper bowl. (4) £200-300
71
Click to view full image... A small collection of pewter to include: a late George III footed chamber pot, in the form of a witches's hat, touch mark 'I & H', 6½in (16.5cm) high, a deep bowl, indistinct touch marks, 13½in (43.3cm) diameter, an 18th century charger, marriage initials 'G' over 'T M' to the rim, indistinct touch marks, 14¾in (37.5cm) diameter, a continental plate engraved a crest, touch mark for 'Ionas ..Ovrand', two smaller plates, a continental tazza with pricket centre, engraved initials and two warming plates. (9) £100-200
72
Click to view full image... An Adam & Eve brass alms dish, 19in (48.2cm) diameter, three pewter measures, a pewter tankard with an inscription, the base stamped 'ROWELL OXFORD, Cornish Pewter' , and a pair of 19th century silver plated candlesticks. (7) £20-30
73
Click to view full image... A Victorian Britannia metal coffee pot, by Phillip Ashberry & Sons, Sheffield, 12in (30.6cm) high, 9in (22.6cm) wide, together with two Victorian travelling medicine glasses in leather cases, one stamped 'MEDICINE GLASS REGNAS'. (3) £30-50
74
Click to view full image... An 18th century wrought iron corner standard peerman and candleholder, with traces of original tin finish, 26¼in (66.5cm) high, 7¼in (18.3cm) wide. £200-300
75
Click to view full image... An 18th century wrought iron floor standing adjustable candle holder, probably Scottish, with a 'save all', 37½in (95cm) high, 11½in (28.8cm) wide.
Provenance: Lot 1131, Sotheby's Nyetimber Manor Sale 27th September 2001. £400-600
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Click to view full image... The Rushlight and Related Holders - A Regional View, by Robert Ashley, printed by Ashley publications, limited edition of 1,000, signed by the author. £60-80
77
Click to view full image... An 18th century wrought iron peerman, possibly Irish or Scottish, 13in (32.6cm) high, 5in (12.6cm) wide.
See John Caspall: Making Fire and Light in the Home, pre-1820, fig 473. £150-200
78
Click to view full image... An 18th century wrought iron peerman, possibly Irish or Scottish, 15in (37.7cm) high, 4½in (11.3cm) wide. £150-200
79
Click to view full image... A George III oak box, the later hinged top with fruitwood banding, 6¾in (16.7cm) high, 18¼in (46.1cm) wide, 11in (27.7cm) wide. £100-150
80
Click to view full image... An early 19th century oak carpenter's tool box, with a partitioned top and divided top drawers with brass handles, 9¾in (24.8cm) high, 24¼in (61.5cm) wide, 12in (30.5cm) wide. £100-200
81
Click to view full image... A Victorian rosewood and brass inlaid cribbage board, 13½in (33.8cm) long. £100-150
82
Click to view full image... An early 19th century fruitwood oblong double bottle coaster, 1½in (4cm) high, 8¼in (20.6cm) wide, aperture diameter 3¼in (8.4cm). £200-300
83
Click to view full image...Click to view full image... A 19th century carved wood architectural frieze fragment, mounted on a pine board, 74½in (188.9cm) long. £40-60
84
Click to view full image... An early George III oak box, with a hinged lid and brass mounts, 7in (18cm) high, 12¾in (32.5cm) wide, 8in (20.3cm) deep. £100-150
85
Click to view full image... A 19th century chestnut twin lidded cutlery box, 5½in (13.8cm) high, 14¾in (37.2cm) wide, 10½in (26.6cm) deep. £50-100
86
Click to view full image... A turned sycamore dairy bowl, 4¾in (11.7cm) high, 15in (37.7cm) diameter. £100-150
87
Click to view full image... A 19th century French treen salt and pepper holder, 6¼in (15.5cm) high, 6in (15cm) wide, together with a brass mounted coconut cup with enamel cabochons. (2) £100-150
88
Click to view full image... A 17th century carved oak panel, West Country possibly Salisbury, 25½ x 19¼in (64.7 x 48.8cm). £100-150
89
Click to view full image... A German or Dutch bronze mortar and pestle, the flared rim to a reeded body and a single handle, 17th century, the mortar: 6¼in (15.8cm) high, the pestle: 10¼in (26cm) long. (2) £350-450
90
Click to view full image... An 18th century bronze mortar, cylindrical with five shaped lugs, 2½in (6.4cm) high, with a pestle, 5¼in (13.5cm) long. (2) £100-120
91
Click to view full image... Two 19th century marble mortars, 6½in (16cm) high, 12½in (31.9cm) wide. (2) £50-100
92
Click to view full image... A continental bronze mortar, with eight vertical ribs alternating with a stylized spreadeagle motif, possibly French or Italian 17th century, 3½in (8.7cm) high, 5in (12.4cm) diameter. £100-200
93
Click to view full image... A brass pestle and mortar with side handles, 4½in (11.5cm) high, two brass mortars with open lug handles, together with six other brass and bell metal mortars of flared cylindrical form and four pestles. (13) £100-200
94
Click to view full image... A large bell metal pestle and mortar, 5½in (14cm) high, a stoneware pestle and mortar, together with eight other mortars of flared cylindrical form and four various pestles. (16) £100-200
95
Click to view full image... A pair of late 19th century tôle peinte 'Monteith' jardinières, with side handles and painted oval vignettes of rural landscapes, 4½in (11.4cm) high, 12¾in (32.4cm) wide. (2) Provenance: Sold on behalf of the executors of the late Michael Wellby Esq. £200-300
96
Click to view full image... A late 19th century tôle peinte 'Monteith' jardinière, chinoiserie decorated, 4½in (10.9cm) h, 12½in (31.5cm) wide, 7¾in (19.6cm) deep. £80-120
97
Click to view full image... A pair of 19th century japanned and parcel gilt bellows, decorated with a basket of fruit, 19¼in (48.5cm) long, 8¼in (21cm) wide. £100-150
98
Click to view full image... A 19th century Royal Exchange cast lead insurance fire mark, 8¾in (22.1cm) high. £80-120
99
Click to view full image... A 19th century black leather fire bucket, the body emblazoned a now worn civic coat of arms for the city of Worcester with the motto 'FLOREAT SEMPER FIDELIS CIVITAS' and 'ESTABLISHED 1820', 11½in (28.8cm) high, 10¼in (26cm) diameter. Provenance: Sold on behalf of the executors of the late Michael Wellby Esq. £80-120
100
Click to view full image... A 19th century copper prisoner's wash bowl, the interior inscribed 'A Relic from Newgate 1780-1902, washing-bowl from prisoner's cell', on an associated wrought iron base, 7¾in (19.3cm) high, the bowl: 10¾in (27.3cm) diameter. (2)
There was an auction of the contents of Old Newgate prison in 1903 and the building was demolished in 1904. £100-150
Auction Details - AUCTION ALREADY HELD
Furniture, Works of Art and Tribal Art
Auctioneer: Woolley & Wallis Location: Salisbury, Wiltshire UK
Contact: Tel: 01722 424500 Fax: 01722 424508
Date: 8th January 2013 Time: 10:00AM
Details: Viewing:
Friday 4th January 10am to 4.30pm
Saturday 5th January 10am to 1pm
Monday 7th January 10am to 4.30pm
Tuesday 8th January 8.30am to 10am
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