ANTIQUES & INTERIORS SALE
As we will have limited staff available, we kindly ask that all condition report requests and bids are lodged with us by 12 NOON on Friday 27th November.
After the sale payment by bank transfer is preferred but for amounts below £200 then we can also accept debit card payments. We do offer an in-house post and packing service for smaller paintings.
By appointment only valuation services will resume along with collections and deliveries. However, for the time being we shall continue to hold internet only auctions but now clients can call to book a time slot on viewing days. Following recent Government guidelines, there will be essential control measures in place during your visit and you will be required to hand sanitise upon entry and to maintain a safe 2 metre distance. Please do not bring anyone else along to the saleroom during your appointment but do remember to bring anything with you that you may need such as a pen, tape measure or jeweller's loupe, etc. Unfortunately, some facilities will not be available such as printed catalogues, tea & coffee or use of the bathroom.
Please call us if you have any queries or if you want to book an appointment, we are open Monday-Friday from 10.00am-3.00pm.
As from 1st August 2020 our Buyer's Premium will increase to 18%
With kind regards from all of the team at Franklin Browns.
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Antiques & Interiors Sale
Saturday 28th November 2020 at 10.30am
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'Under the Hammer'
LOT 6. 19th century French brass cased carriage clock - Estimate £300/500
LOT 9. 9ct gold diamond and gemset ring together with another - Estimate £60/80
LOT 27. Collection of Scottish hardstone, silver and white metal jewellery - Estimate £70/100
LOT 68. Pilkingtons Royal Lancastrian bowl by Gladys Rogers - Estiamte £100/150
LOT 86. Pilkingtons Royal Lancastrian high shouldered vase by Gladys Rogers - Estimate £100/150
LOT 89. Pilkingtons Royal Lancastrian vase by Richard Joyce - Estimate £150/200
LOT 111. Bronze figure of a female - Estimate £70/100
LOT 140. Staffordshire fox head stirrup cup - Estimate £50/70
LOT 142. Sarah Honeyman (Scottish Contemporary) studio pottery vase - Estimate £70/100
LOT 158. Alexander Fraser, oil on wood panel - Estimate £100/150
LOT 162. Muirhead Bone, Village on the Somme, Lithograph - Estimate £60/80
LOT 173. Lys Hansen, Examination of the Heart, Acrylic & Graphite on canvas - Estimate £150/200
LOT 186. Peter A. White (Scottish School b.1959) Abstract, oil on canvas board - Estimate £100/150
LOT 207. Oak side table with single frieze drawer with two brass drop handles - Estimate £100/150
LOT 216. Pair of spinach green glazed double gourd table lamp bases - Estimate £50/70
LOT 236. Contemporary Arts & Crafts style oak dining suite - Estimate £300/500
LOT 298. Art Deco walnut long case clock - Estimate £200/300
LOT 332. William S Mycock for Pilkingtons Royal Lancastrian orange flambe glazed charger - Estimate £300/500
LOT 360. R. Hutt of Cambridge miniature small scale church fonts of Gothic design - Estimate £200/400
At Franklin Browns we are committed to helping local charities and we are pleased to offer a 0% commission service to all Registered Charities who wish to enter items for any forthcoming sale.
Click here to join us in Collector's Corner our online blog where from time to time you will find articles and information on just some of the many interesting items which will pass through our doors.
As all of our auction sales offer live online bidding we really do provide the ideal platform for the sale of your antiques and collectables opening them up to a global audience with often quite outstanding results.
Major JTD Durbin of the Gordon Highlanders medal group - Sold for £1150
Great War and later Medal Group - £560
Gents Rolex Oyster Speedking Precision wristwatch - Sold for £940
Mahogany breakfront library bookcase - Sold for £1,500
Suite of Edinburgh Crystal Thistle etched pattern - Sold for £2,200
19th century Boot Jack - Sold for £480
19th century Hall Bench - Sold for £520
19th century Skeleton Clock - Sold for £800
Black forest Chess Set - Sold for £1,850
Flight Barr & Barr Pot Pourri Jars - Sold for £3,650
Georgian chest on chest - Sold for £460
German Naval Binoculars sold for £640
German Naval binoculars - Sold for £1,350
Hearts Season Tickets - Sold for £540
Liberty Silver Spoons - Sold for £500
Pharmacy Jars - Sold for £280
Rabbie Burns Plaster Figure - Sold for £220
Royal Worcester Teaset - Sold for £520
Sheraton style Chairs - Sold for £700
Vintage Hornby - Sold for £460
Whytock & Reid Desk - Sold for £600
19th century Alphabet Sampler worked by J.Thatcher, 1871 - Sold for £640
Coalbrookdale Iron Garden Bench - Sold for £2,250
Cello, John W Owens, Leeds, 1917 - Sold for £3150
Victorian blue enamelled and five stone opal set crucifix pendant - Sold for £660
Hamilton & Inches Diamond Set Pendant - Sold for £1500
9ct Gold Fancy Link Long Chain Necklace - Sold for £680
Scottish Mahogany Longcase Clock, inscribed James Howden, Edinburgh, circa 1800 - Sold for £720
Late 19th century past set necklace, Mrs Newman of Saville Row - Sold for £1300