February 17th - 22nd

February Decorative Arts, Toys, Sporting & Cameras Specialist Auctions

The Auction Centre


Wednesday 21st February - Decorative Arts and The Pen Auction.
Starts at 10am

Thursday 22th February - The Toys, Trains & Railwayana, Dolls & Teddies Auction.
The Football & Sports Auction, followed by The Camera Auction.
Starts at 10am

Entries now closed.

Viewing: Tuesday 13th February from 10am-4pm & Wednesday 14th February from 11am to 7pm
Sale days from 9am until the auctions commence.

Auction Location

  • The Auction Centre
  • Heage Lane
  • Etwall
  • Derbyshire
  • DE65 6LS

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Lot Number 1

Lot Number 1

A Secessionist silver plated spirit kettle on stand, in the style of Jan Eisenloeffel, circa 1905, rattan handle and associated replacement tap spout of Neoclassical form, 35cm high

Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Result: £35.00

Lot Number 2

Lot Number 2

David Mellor for Walker and Hall, a Pride four piece silver plated tea set, including teapot, water, milk and sugar, 53722, stamped marks (4)

Estimate: £50.00 - £100.00

Result: £240.00

Lot Number 3

Lot Number 3

An Art Deco silver plated petit fours tray, octagonal form on four stepped segment baton feet, the angular divider with faceted handle, C W Fletcher and Sons, Arundel Plate, 23cm diameter

Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Result: £100.00

Lot Number 4

Lot Number 4

Two Russian modernist silver plate and enamelled tea glass holders, circa 1950s, cloisonne decorated with penguins in an abstract craqueleur icy landscape, 7.5cm diameter (2)

Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Result: £40.00

Lot Number 5

Lot Number 5

Gerald Benney, a Modernist silver and enamelled pill box, the lid with concentric ring decoration of blue guilloche and black enamel, surrounding an engraved Prince of Wales Feathers motif, AGB London 1988, 3.5cm diameter, 2.1ozt, in original box

Estimate: £800.00 - £1200.00

Result: £800.00

Lot Number 6

Lot Number 6

A pair of Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau style silver topped glass jars, the lids embossed with stylised flowers and tendrils, Boots Pure Drug Company, Chester 1910, 5cm diameter (2)

Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Result: £45.00

Lot Number 7

Lot Number 7

Amy Sandheim, an Arts and Crafts silver napkin ring, hand hammered stirrup form with a central pink cabouchon flanked by raised Celtic knot motifs, between cast hobnail and pin head borders, London 1930, 1.39ozt

Estimate: £100.00 - £200.00

Result: £200.00

Lot Number 8

Lot Number 8

Guild of Handicraft, an Arts and Crafts silver spoon, planished form with reeded ball finial, London 1951, 14.5cm long, 1.31ozt

Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Result: £140.00

Lot Number 9

Lot Number 9

Liberty & Co, an Arts and Crafts silver mug, planished tulip form with knopped tendril handle terminating in foliate attachments, Liberty & Co, Birmingham 1916, 5525, 6cm high, 3.86ozt

Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Result: £270.00

Lot Number 10

Lot Number 10

An Arts & Crafts silver and cabouchon buckle, the turquoise and blue foil backed lozenges within an Anthemon Border, Henry Charles Freeman, Birmingham 1908, 6cm diameter, 1.74ozt

Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Result: £130.00

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