A saltglaze stoneware flagon, (5)
Estimate: £80 - 120
Sold for £120
A small brass framed hanging lantern and a black painted iron hexagonal lantern
Estimate: £60 - 90
Sold for £80
A 19th century Dutch brass six branch ceiling chandelier diameter 22in. drop 18in.
Sold for £95
An early 18th century, probably Flemish, Cardinals Hat pewter dish, diameter 13.5in. (some damage)
Estimate: £250 - 350
Sold for £150
A pair of tall brass pulpit chambersticks, c.1820, 17in.
Estimate: £100 - 150
A late 19th century Dutch brass twelve light chandelier, length 39in.
Estimate: £800 - 1200
Sold for £1,200
A set of six coloured engraved prints of ducks, and two further prints of fruit (8)
Sold for £50
Ailwen Best Plumpton Place, later watercolour washed by Peter Cooke, winner of a Royal Academy Award 1989 47 x 27in.
Estimate: £200 - 300
A cabasset well formed skull (helmet)
Estimate: £400 - 600
Sold for £700
A 17th century breast and backplate, lower back to back of neck 18.5in.
Sold for £850
A Cromwellian helmet,
Estimate: £1000 - 1500
Sold for £1,400
A Cromwellian lobster tail helmet,
Estimate: £600 - 900
A 17th century backsword,
Estimate: £500 - 700
Sold for £900
A 17th century swept hilt rapier,
Sold for £2,400
A 17th century English backsword,
An 18th century Scottish backsword,
Estimate: £800 - 1000
Sold for £800
An 18th century Scottish basket hilted backsword,
Estimate: £700 - 1000
A 17th century cup hilted rapier,
Sold for £1,100
A set of four mid 18th century Louis XV painted fauteuils,
A black painted free standing wrought iron spark guard, W.2ft 9.5in
Estimate: £50 - 100
A large wrought iron scrollwork and wire mesh chimney piece spark guard, approx. W.4ft 10.5in. x 3ft 11.75in.
Sold for £130
A large wrought iron and wire mesh spark guard, approx. W.5ft 6in.
Three 19th century American folk art carved wood decoy ducks,
Estimate: £120 - 180
Sold for £280
A large wrought iron and wire mesh chimneypiece spark guard, approx. W.6ft 6.6in. H.4ft 1.5in.
Sold for £220
A pair of 20 bore Flemish flintlock holster pistols by C. Chaplot A. Adelshein, late 17th century, 12.75in. barrels, overall 20in.
Estimate: £2000 - 3000
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