April Auction Preview

Lot 24:  11 bottles - Clos de Vougeot Grand Chateau de la Tour 1980.  Estimate:  £500 - £700

Lot 24: 11 bottles – Clos de Vougeot Grand Chateau de la Tour 1980. Estimate: £500 – £700

Lot 153:  ix Perthshire paperweights, including three with animal canes, close packed concentric canes etc., 6.5 - 8cm.  Estimate:  £200 - £300

Lot 153: ix Perthshire paperweights, including three with animal canes, close packed concentric canes etc., 6.5 – 8cm. Estimate: £200 – £300

Lot 121:  George Cartlidge for S Hancock & Sons, a pair of Morris Ware 'turret' vases, each tube line decorated with bold mauve flowers and oilive green leaves on a shaded blue ground.  Painted signature and printed marks, 17cm.  Estimate:  £800 - £1,200

Lot 121: George Cartlidge for S Hancock & Sons, a pair of Morris Ware ‘turret’ vases, each tube line decorated with bold mauve flowers and oilive green leaves on a shaded blue ground. Painted signature and printed marks, 17cm. Estimate: £800 – £1,200

Lot 120:  Doris Lindner for Royal Worcester, a limited edition model of a Percheron Stallion, dated 1965 on wood plinth with certificate of authenticity, numbered 307/500, 26 x 27cm (total).  Estimate:  £250 - £350

Lot 120: Doris Lindner for Royal Worcester, a limited edition model of a Percheron Stallion, dated 1965 on wood plinth with certificate of authenticity, numbered 307/500, 26 x 27cm (total). Estimate: £250 – £350

Lot 245:  Possibly Robert Garrard, a silver tea kettle of twin handled urn form, the cover with urn finial over elongated loop handles, the body decorated with ribbon tied swags, the spout with scalloped stiff leaf handle and the whole supported on a square plinth and ball feet.  Sheffield 1812, approximately 90 troy ounces.  Estimate £800 - £1,200

Lot 245: Possibly Robert Garrard, a silver tea kettle of twin handled urn form, the cover with urn finial over elongated loop handles, the body decorated with ribbon tied swags, the spout with scalloped stiff leaf handle and the whole supported on a square plinth and ball feet. Sheffield 1812, approximately 90 troy ounces. Estimate £800 – £1,200

Lot 436:  A late 18th/early 19th century Dutch marquetry commode of bombe form, the serpentine top decorated with birds, insects and flowering urn over three long drawers, each with leaf cast brass handles on splayed bracket feet, 107cm wide.  Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Lot 436: A late 18th/early 19th century Dutch marquetry commode of bombe form, the serpentine top decorated with birds, insects and flowering urn over three long drawers, each with leaf cast brass handles on splayed bracket feet, 107cm wide. Estimate: £800 – £1,200

Lot 450:  A Coalbrookdale Lily of the Valley pattern garden seat, circa 1870, the back fully stamped with design number 171578 and catalogue number 36 beside lozenge registration mark, 158cm - Estimate £2,000 - £2,500

Lot 450: A Coalbrookdale Lily of the Valley pattern garden seat, circa 1870, the back fully stamped with design number 171578 and catalogue number 36 beside lozenge registration mark, 158cm – Estimate £2,000 – £2,500