03/01/2021 General News
Our auctioneer, Jessica was delighted for the vendors who entered items into the auction held at Stamford Auction Rooms on Saturday 27th February. Jessica said 'the interest in our auctions has never been higher, with record results for lots sold. I think we owe this to the online presence we have, which enables people, even in lockdown to be able to bid from the home', and furthermore 'we provide a first rate P&P service for our clients, which really helps our online bidders'.
Here are some of our results, which speak for themselves! If you have anything you wish to sell, then contact us for more information, advice and free valuations!
A Royal Worcester coffee set comprising six cups and saucers, milk jug, sugar bowl, coffee pot, painted with fruit on a mossy
ground, circa 1920, signed by artists including A. Shuck, T Lockey, WH Austin, Moseley, Everett, Rushton and others achieved an incredible £8,200 hammer:
A fine pair of Royal Worcester pot pourri vases with inner and outer covers, painted with fruit on mossy ground, signed H Ayrton,
24cm high. £6,200 hammer:
Robert Thompson 'The Mouseman' set of four dining chairs with lattice carved backs and tan leather seats, carved with
trademark mouse. £3,000 hammer:
A fine Royal Worcester vase and cover, painted with apples, blackberries, peaches and grapes, twin handles and mask heads,
by Brian Leaman, signed, 22cm high £2,600 hammer: