Autumn Fine Art, Jewellery & Bishton Hall Country House Auction

  • Bishton Hall
  • Wolseley Bridge
  • Stafford
  • ST17 0XN

Auction Days

Wednesday 10th October
4pm
Silver: Lot 1 to 100
6pm
Fine Jewellery: Lot 101 to 217
Fine Watches: Lot 218 to 250

Thursday 11th October, starts 10.30am
Antique & 20th Century Glass: 251 to 425
Connoisseur Ceramics: Lot 426 to 605
Asian Ceramics: Lot 606 to 668
Asian Works of Art: Lot 669 to 711
European Works of Art: Lot 712 to 873

Friday 12th October, starts 10.30am
Clocks: Lot 874 to 892
Carpets: Lot 893 to 917
Antique, Oak & Country Furniture: Lot 918 to 1097

Monday 15th October, starts 10.30am
Fine Gallery Paintings & Derbyshire Art: Lot 4000 to 4138
The Library Auction: Prints, Maps & Books: Lot 4139 to 4539

IMPORTANT: The auction and viewing will take place at Bishton Hall (Saint Bede’s Prep School), Wolseley Bridge, Staffordshire, ST17 OXN.

Viewing Days

Monday 8th October: 11am-4pm
Tuesday 9th October: 11am-7pm
Wednesday 10th October: 11am-6pm
Thursday 11th October: 9am-10.30am
Friday 12th October: 9am-10.30am
Saturday 13th October: 9am-10.30am
Monday 15th October: 9am-10.30am
Tuesday 16th October: 9am-10.30am

IMPORTANT: The auction and viewing will take place at Bishton Hall (Saint Bede’s Prep School), Wolseley Bridge, Staffordshire, ST17 OXN.

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Catalogues £10 (£12 by post)

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR BUYERS: ALL LOTS MUST BE PAID FOR & COLLECTED BY FRIDAY 19TH OCTOBER. FAILURE TO COMPLY WILL RESULT IN PURCHASES BEING REMOVED FROM BISHTON HALL INTO STORAGE WITH A £10 PER LOT PER DAY STORAGE FEE LEVIED.

IMPORTANT: Please note, in Saturday October 13's sale, lot numbers from and including 3282, although forming part of the Bishton Hall Auction, were from a range of different clients.

**Auction Collection Alert - Bishton Hall will be open from 9am-4pm on Saturday October 20 for collection of items.**


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Lot Number 1

Lot Number 1

Keith Murray for Mappin & Webb, an Art Deco silver plated coffee set, conical stepped form, W27683

Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Result: £160.00

Lot Number 2

Lot Number 2

A Mappin & Webb EPNS epergne cast as giraffe and palm tree garniture, cut glass compact bowl (3)

Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Result: £1800.00

Lot Number 3

Lot Number 3

A pair of Portuguese Art Nouveau silver plate framed glass fruit bowls, shaped rectangular frames with beaded border with chased with Iris flowers on circular feet, stamped on reverse Topazio (2)

Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Result: £170.00

Lot Number 4

Lot Number 4

A cased Art Deco set of plated Callia knife rests in the form of various animals, each piece signed, retailed by Christofle

Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

Result: Awaiting Result

Lot Number 5

Lot Number 5

A large composite 20th Century American silver Old English Reeded Flatware service by Shreve & Co.(San Francisco), comprising 12 fish forks & 13 fish forks; a pair of fish servers; 6 oyster/pickle forks; 9 table spoons; 18 dessert spoons; 10 dessert knives; 13 table knives; 9 butter knives; 10 teaspoons;

Estimate: £800.00 - £1200.00

Result: £1250.00

Lot Number 6

Lot Number 6

A Leslie Durban silver teaspoon with lion terminal, London, 1957, 28 grams

Estimate: £160.00 - £220.00

Result: Awaiting Result

Lot Number 7

Lot Number 7

An Arts & Crafts silver hammered napkin ring inscribed Nora, by Ramsden & Carr, London 1901, 1.03ozt (32.1 grams) Nora was Omar Ramsden wife's name.

Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Result: £180.00

Lot Number 8

Lot Number 8

Hunting Interest: An Elizabeth II silver corkscrew cast as a running Fox corkscrew with ruby eyes, Birmingham 1960, maker's mark rubbed, , total weight including the chrome plated steel screw 73.3 grams

Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Result: £110.00

Lot Number 9

Lot Number 9

Hunting Interest: A William IV rectangular snuff box, reeded sides and base, the cover chased with Huntsman and Hounds on point, gilt interior, Francis Clark, Birmingham, 1833, 8.5cm long, 3.76 ozt (116.8 grams)

Estimate: £100.00 - £200.00

Result: £290.00

Lot Number 10

Lot Number 10

Hunting Interest: A pair of matched George V silver circular dishes, one centre chased with a Hound's mask, the other a Foxes, E Viner, Birmingham, 1916 & 17 together with two various hip flasks, one engine turned, London, 1948; the other plain oblong, Sheffield, 1936 (4) 18.33 ozt (570 grams)

Estimate: £150.00 - £180.00

Result: £420.00

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