Buying & Selling
Phoenix House, Lower Bristol Road, Bath
AUCTIONEERS & VALUERS of FINE ART & CHATTELS
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Buying & Selling
Fine Art & Antiques Sale 29th May
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Sold For £4,000 An 18thC. figured mahogany table clock by John Jervis, St James Street.
Sold For £3,300 ENGLISH SCHOOL, late 18th century, oil on board
Sold For £2,900 A late 18th century Dutch oak display cabinet
Sold For £3,900 A pair of oak stools on curved "X" supports with hoof feet
Sold for £2,900 A Guild of Handicrafts pierced cylindrical mustard pot & matching circular salt cellar
Sold For £3,800 A late 18th century French carved & painted serpentine-front side table with "Biscotti" marble top
Sold For £1,800 An early 18th century Flemish Verdure Tapestry; 95” x 56”.
Sold For £1,750 Charles Baker of Bath, a pair of carved walnut armchairs
Sold For £1,050 A Regency giltwood twin-light convex wall mirror with ebonised eagle surmount
Sold For £1,200 Follower of J. Constable R.A., view of Hadleigh Castle, Essex. Canvas; 8" x 12".
Sold For £1,600 ROYAL AUTOGRAPH LETTERS, concerning the adult children of King George III, all to the Earl & Countess of Chatham
Sold for over £5,000 A collection of etchings, including WHISTLER, James Abbott McNeill (1834-1903). “Drouet, Sculpteur” (Sold for £390)
Sold For £720 A Geo. III silver salver engraved with the Arms of Morley, London 1814, by William Burwash. (68 oz)
Sold for £1,500 Rolex Oyster Perpetual date-just gent's wristwatch
Sold For £560 A Liberty ‘Tudric’ pewter box & cover in the style of Archibold Knox
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