Saleroom Lot Listings

Friday 9th February 2018

Live bidding auction of Antiques & Fine Arts including Designer Fashion items & wines.

Venue:

The Exchange Saleroom, Driffield YO25 6LD

Date / Saletime:

Friday 9th February 2018 @ 10:00

Viewing Times:

Wednesday 7th February, 10:00 - 18:00

Thursday 8th February, 10:00 - 16:00


  1. Est: £150 - £200

    Anders Gisson (1921-2003), New England landscape/Sea shore, Cape Cod, oil on canvas, signed lower left hand corner, 19 x 24 cm, gilt frame.
    Provenance: with Frost and Reed Ltd, London.

    Est: £150 - £200 Sold: £250

    Anders Gisson (1921-2003), New

  2. Est: £400 - £600

    Anders Gisson (1921-2003), Trees by the river, oil on canvas, signed lower left hand corner, 50 x 60 cm, gilt frame.
    Provenance: with Frost and Reed Ltd, London.
    Andre/Anders Gisson was born Gittelson in 1921 in Brooklyn, New York. As a struggling young Impressionist painter he claimed to be French and adopted his artistic name asserting to have been born in 1910 to more closely align himself with the founders of the Impressionist movement.

    Est: £400 - £600 Sold: £420

    Anders Gisson (1921-2003), Tre

  3. Est: £50 - £70

    An Edwardian oak cased barograph, the lift off cover over a brass mechanism, 37 x 22 x 19 cm.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £50

    An Edwardian oak cased barogra

  4. Est: £80 - £120

    A 19th century rosewood wheel barometer, with silvered dials and spirit level, length 97 cm.

    Est: £80 - £120 Sold: £120

    A 19th century rosewood wheel

  5. Est: £50 - £70

    Garner & Marney Ltd. - a George III style red walnut and brass stick barometer, circa 1980, the silvered dial flanked by brass pillars, length 98 cm.
    Garner and Marney made copies of an Edward Scarlet of London (Fl. 1680-1740) stick barometer in the late 1970/80's.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £300

    Garner & Marney Ltd. - a Georg

  6. Est: £70 - £90

    A 19th century Swiss musical box, playing eight airs with a 43 tooth single piece comb, the rosewood and simulated rosewood case with boxwood inlaid floral motif and stringing, 45 x 22 x 14 cm.

    Est: £70 - £90 Sold: £100

    A 19th century Swiss musical b

  7. Est: £100 - £150

    An early 20th century cold painted bronze novelty desk timepiece, naturalistically modelled as a lizard with a timepiece held in its tail, length 25 cm.

    Est: £100 - £150 Sold: £140

    An early 20th century cold pai

  8. Est: £200 - £250

    A 19th century French gilt metal and marble mantle clock, the marble dial with Arabic numerals, the movement stamped G.V. and numbered 9934, the case surmounted by a seated lady holding and ewer and a glass, no bell, pendulum or key, height 50 cm.
    Gay Vicarino worked in Paris from the mid to late nineteenth century.

    Est: £200 - £250

    A 19th century French gilt met

  9. Est: £50 - £70

    An Edwardian oak mantle timepiece, the white enamel dial signed London Mfg Goldsmiths Co. Ltd., Nottingham, to a carved case, French movement by R & Co., height 25 cm.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £50

    An Edwardian oak mantle timepi

  10. Est: £100 - £150

    A late 19th century mahogany mantle clock, the arched brass 6" dial with a silvered chapter ring, French movement to an architectural case, pendulum, height 47 cm.

    Est: £100 - £150 Sold: £110

    A late 19th century mahogany m

  11. Est: £200 - £250

    A late 19th century French gilt brass mantle clock, the off white dial with Roman numerals, to a Japy Freres movement, numbered 1084 and 92, to an ornate pierced and cast case with masks, swags and floral decoration, pendulum, key, height 65 cm.

    Est: £200 - £250 Sold: £270

    A late 19th century French gil

  12. Est: £150 - £200

    H. Font??? Rennes - a late 19th century French gilt metal and marble clock garniture, the white enamelled dial signed, also with "JUST", Arabic numerals, the movement stamped "JUST", numbered 1161 and 69, striking on a bell, the case summounted by a floral bouquet, raised on four marble columns, to a rectangular pair of urns, pendulum, key

    Est: £150 - £200 Sold: £150

    H. Font??? Rennes - a late 19t

  13. Est: £80 - £120

    A late 19th century brass carriage timepiece, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals to an ornate case, the movement by Albert Villon, height with handle upright 15cm, key, case.
    In 1867 Villon established his clockmaking shop in Saint Nicholas and began creating small 'domestic' alarm and mantle clocks, utilizing Japy Frères' enamel dials. Villon identified his clocks by including his initials A.V. on the back and added his logo, the "lion passant" or walking lion.

    Est: £80 - £120 Sold: £130

    A late 19th century brass carr

  14. Est: £200 - £300

    Edw'd Buckwell, Brighton - an early 19th century fusee mahogany wall timepiece, the 12" white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, signed to the dial, fusee movement. No pendulum.
    There are two Edward Buckwells recorded working in Brighton - father and son. The father, the probable maker of this clock, was working in James Street from 1819 to 1834. He was clockmaker to the King and Prince Regent.

    Est: £200 - £300 Sold: £480

    Edw'd Buckwell, Brighton - an

  15. Est: £500 - £700

    An oyster burr laburnum eight day longcase clock, the 10" brass dial with silvered chapter ring signed ?? Winmick, the movement striking on a bell, the hood with spiral columns, the case with bulls glass lenticle to the door, pendulum, no weights, height 210 cm.

    Est: £500 - £700 Sold: £800

    An oyster burr laburnum eight

  16. Est: £500 - £700

    A 19th century and later walnut eight day longcase clock, the 9" brass dial with silvered chapter ring and floral engraved centre, the movement striking on a bell, the arched hood with turned columns, the case with boxwood stringing and glass lenticle to the door, pendulum, one weight, height 230 cm.

    Est: £500 - £700 Sold: £400

    A 19th century and later walnu

  17. Est: £300 - £500

    William North, Leconfield, an 18th century oak eight day long case clock, the 12" brass dial with silvered chapter ring , subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, the movement striking on a bell, the swan neck pediment hood to a plain case, key, pendulum, two weights, height 215 cm.

    Est: £300 - £500 Sold: £250

    William North, Leconfield, an

  18. Est: £1000 - £1500

    A Peter Rabbitman Heap of Wetwang set of two carving and six single oak dining chairs, the carver with plain top rail, interwoven lattice splat, curving arms, upholstered seat with studded edges, turned octagonal front legs with carved rabbit motif and H-stretcher (8)

    Est: £1000 - £1500

    A Peter Rabbitman Heap of Wetw

  19. Est: £50 - £80

    An Edwardian walnut octagonal centre table with moulded edged top, four block and turned wrythen reeded legs with uniting X-shaped galleried stretcher, 82cm wide, 64cm high

    Est: £50 - £80 Sold: £30

    An Edwardian walnut octagonal

  20. Est: £50 - £80

    An early 20th century Austrian child's chair the pierced and scrolling shaped back and seat with all over floral pokerwork incorporating the motto "Gruss Gott", traces of original colouring, on four turned legs, impressed under seat "Hammerl Wilten Innsbruck", 72cm high

    Est: £50 - £80 Sold: £50

    An early 20th century Austrian

  21. Est: £200 - £300

    An early 20th century French mahogany and walnut extending dining table with pull-out action, the moulded edged top with rounded corners, carved and moulded frieze, four turned, carved and fluted legs united by curving stretchers with conforming central support, 115cm wide, 74cm high, 296cm long to include three leaves

    Est: £200 - £300 Sold: £1000

    An early 20th century French m

  22. Est: £150 - £200

    A George III mahogany night stand of oblong form with tray-top over a top hinged cupboard door with inset brass handle and pull-out step commode dummied as two drawers with brass knob handles and square legs, 50cm wide, 76cm high, 45cm deep

    Est: £150 - £200

    A George III mahogany night st

  23. Est: £150 - £200

    A Victorian rosewood and marquetry davenport, with inlaid stringing, the hinged galleried top enclosing a fitted interior, sloping front with inset writing surface, four real and four dummy drawers to the sides, carved scrolling brackets and four ring turned feet. 56cm wide, 91cm hiogh, 55cm deep

    Est: £150 - £200 Sold: £180

    A Victorian rosewood and marqu

  24. Est: £150 - £200

    A George III lacquered quadrant corner cabinet, wall hanging, the double doors with chinoiserie style decoration opening to reveal three shelves 60cm wide, 92cm high, 39cm deep

    Est: £150 - £200 Sold: £130

    A George III lacquered quadran

  25. Est: £100 - £150

    A 19th century mahogany chest of four long graduated cockbeaded drawers with satinwood banding and edging and batwing spandrels, leaf embossed oval plate handles and bracket feet, 86cm wide, 90cm high, 42cm deep

    Est: £100 - £150 Sold: £300

    A 19th century mahogany chest

  26. Est: £80 - £120

    An Edwardian mahogany nest of quartetto tables, each with plain turned tapering supports, arched feet and curving stretcher, largest 53cm wide

    Est: £80 - £120 Sold: £65

    An Edwardian mahogany nest of

  27. Est: £50 - £80

    An Edwardian mahogany fire-screen with pierced and scrolling top rail and moulded serpentine sides, enclosing a floral tapestry, on four line incised reeded scrolling feet, 66cm wide, 114cm high

    Est: £50 - £80 Sold: £60

    An Edwardian mahogany fire-scr

  28. Est: £80 - £120

    A Victorian set of four mahogany salon chairs, each with arched crest rail over a carved triple arched open back, overstuffed seat and cabriole front legs (4)

    Est: £80 - £120 Sold: £75

    A Victorian set of four mahoga

  29. Est: £100 - £150

    A Victorian ottoman, of sarcophogus form with concave sides, the hinged lid upholstered with a floral tapestry on a maroon velvet covered base, 103cm wide, 46cm high, 57cm deep

    Est: £100 - £150 Sold: £140

    A Victorian ottoman, of sarcop

  30. Est: £100 - £150

    An early 20th century Georgian style wing armchair, with fully upholstered wings and arms, overstuffed seat with serpentine front and mahogany square tapering legs with H-stretcher

    Est: £100 - £150 Sold: £160

    An early 20th century Georgian

  31. Est: £50 - £80

    A 19th century invalid's mahogany cantilever table, the rounded oblong top with opposing hinged flaps and easel supports on turned stem with rise-and-fall action, shaped undertier and three bun feet with inset castors, 93cm x 49cm, 76cm high non-extended

    Est: £50 - £80 Sold: £110

    A 19th century invalid's mahog

  32. Est: £50 - £80

    An Edwardian mahogany armchair the open slatted back and sides with downswept arms, loose seat cushion and square tapering legs, with brass cup castors

    Est: £50 - £80 Sold: £50

    An Edwardian mahogany armchair

  33. Est: £100 - £150

    A mahogany framed three-seat settee, the scroll carved undulating back with deep buttoned upholstery, matching scrolling arms and carved supports and serpentine fronted overstuffed seat with six leaf carved cabriole legs.

    Est: £100 - £150 Sold: £100

    A mahogany framed three-seat s

  34. Est: £50 - £80

    A William IV mahogany tall and narrow cupboard, formerly a sideboard pedestal, with caddy top over a single drawer with carved panelled front, inturn over a recessed cupboard door with carved panel flanked by rope twist columns on reeded front legs, 42cm wide, 111cm high, 55cm deep

    Est: £50 - £80 Sold: £30

    A William IV mahogany tall and

  35. Est: £200 - £300

    An early 19th century mahogany linen press, with pierced scrolling pediment over an inlaid frieze, in turn over two oval panelled doors enclosing three pull-out trays, on a base with two short and two long graduated cockbeaded drawers with turned knob handles on splayed bracket feet, 139cm wide, 227cm high, 58cm deep

    Est: £200 - £300 Sold: £500

    An early 19th century mahogany

  36. Est: £50 - £80

    A George III oak corner cabinet, wall mounting, with moulded cornice over a plain mahogany frieze, in turn over two fielded panelled doors enclosing three shaped shelves with fluted canted sides, 93cm wide, 116cm high, 48cm deep

    Est: £50 - £80 Sold: £30

    A George III oak corner cabine