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The Collector: to include Period Oak and Folk Art - 14th October 2021
Live
Venue address
19 Charles Ind. Estate
Stowmarket, Suffolk
IP14 5AH
United Kingdom
The Collector: to include Period Oak and Folk Art - 14th October 2021

The Collector to include Period Oak ann Folk Art - 14th October 2021

Auction dates
Oct 14, 2021 10:00 AM BST
Viewing dates
Oct 09, 2021 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM BST
Oct 11, 2021 09:30 AM - 04:30 PM BST
Oct 12, 2021 09:30 AM - 04:30 PM BST
Oct 13, 2021 09:30 AM - 04:30 PM BST
Oct 14, 2021 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM BST
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We found 53 items matching your search
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George III Mocha ware mug, circa 1800, the cylindrical mug with a brown body with berry and drop
280 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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Pottery, to include a Delft jug in the form of a cottage in blue and white, SB to the base, 10cm
0 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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George III set of three steel fire irons, each with a finial topped handle above a spiral stem, to
190 GBP
120 - 180 GBP
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Italian Maiolica plate, late 16th Century, Urbino, in the manner of Antonia Patanazzi, with a
0 GBP
700 - 900 GBP
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Large 19th Century Toleware tray, with a spaniel hunting while his owner stands behind in foliage on
140 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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16th Century Spanish chestnut boarded chest, with a hinged lid, with dovetail construction and
0 GBP
400 - 600 GBP
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19th Century Scandinavian treen tazza, the dish stop above a wide foot and the letter N engraved
55 GBP
60 - 90 GBP
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Pewter, to include a 19th Century coffee pot, a single candlestick and a 19th Century enema syringe,
0 GBP
50 - 70 GBP
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Three 18th/19th Century pewter flagons, Northern France, each with acorn finials above a hinged
80 GBP
120 - 180 GBP
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Pewter, to include seven 18th/19th Century plates and two 19th Century chargers, (9)
0 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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Pewter, to include a set of three 18th Century dishes, together with a collection of single 18th and
0 GBP
100 - 50 GBP
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Matched set of ten pewter plates, London. with the touch mark of Stynt Duncombe to nine of the
80 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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Collection of pewter, to include candlesticks, castor, dishes, jugs, pots, salts, (23)
70 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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Two 18th Century pewter chargers, the first London with the impressed initials to the underside edge
60 GBP
60 - 90 GBP
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Pair of yew wood treen candlesticks, the turned sticks raised on rounded lead weighted bases, 21cm
85 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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Rare 18th Century Lowestoft porcelain eyebath, circa 1765, the naivete form bowl decorated with a
0 GBP
600 - 800 GBP
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Pewter, to include an 18th Century French pewter dish with fleur de lis mark, a French Barbers bowl,
0 GBP
60 - 90 GBP
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Two pottery slipware baking dishes, both of rectangular form and high sides decorated with wriggle
95 GBP
70 - 90 GBP
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Late 17th Century and later German silver gilt ostrich egg cup, Augsburg circa 1690-95, makers
0 GBP
2,000 - 3,000 GBP
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Pair of 18th Century cushion covers, the first depicting a reclining cow and calf with foliate
180 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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Late 16th Century Venetian glass, circa 1580-1600, the flared bowl above a slender stem and wide
1,500 GBP
400 - 600 GBP
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German early 18th Century stoneware jug, Westerwald, the pewter lid with a series of punched numbers
0 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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Fratelli Cantagalli polychrome majolica charger by L Paoletti, 1882, the central field with
4,300 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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19th Century Nailsea glass walking stick, with a mellow turquoise colour spiral cane and arched
20 GBP
40 - 60 GBP
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19th Century Nailsea glass walking stick, with a blue and white spiral centre and arched handle top,
0 GBP
40 - 60 GBP
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19th Century Nailsea glass walking stick, with a blue and white and red spiral centre and arched
110 GBP
50 - 70 GBP
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19th Century Nailsea glass walking stick, in the form of a shepherds crook, with a blue spiral
50 GBP
60 - 90 GBP
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Unusual 19th Century leather fire bucket, the warped leather butt with a metal frame to the top
0 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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19th Century Staffordshire mug, polychrome decorated with a continuous picture of a stagecoach and
95 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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17th Century Spanish candlestick, the pierced socket above a twist stem and wide octagonal base,
130 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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Spanish late 17th Century candlestick, the baluster stem above a ring and square foot, 17cm high
130 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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Pair of yew wood treen candlesticks, the turned sticks raised on rounded lead weighted bases, 22cm
70 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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Fine late 18th Century agate and gold traveling corkscrew, the domed gold top above the agate
3,600 GBP
500 - 700 GBP
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Early 20th Century Parnall and Sons Ltd milk pail, the tapering body with two lion paw handles,
400 GBP
400 - 600 GBP
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Pair of 18th Century brass candlesticks, with tapering stems and a stepped foot,17.5cm high,
20 GBP
20 - 40 GBP
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17th Century brown glazed bottle, with a wide lip above a bulbous body and arched handle, 19cm
60 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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Two brass 19th Century trivets, the first with a pierced brass top above an iron body, 32cm high,
0 GBP
60 - 90 GBP
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Dutch19th Century copper pot, with a finial top above a bulbous body, embossed fan and fleur de
0 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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16th Century brass Nuremberg Alms dish, with gadrooned boss flanked by a band of inscription, the
0 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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Unusual 18th/19th Century slipware pottery dish, in the manner of the Toft Family, the dished bowl
3,100 GBP
400 - 600 GBP
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George I silver lidded tankard, London 1725, maker Edward Vincent, the domed lid with assay marks to
1,500 GBP
800 - 1,200 GBP
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Continental silver hot water jug, possibly Portuguese, the hinged domed cover with pineapple
240 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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George I silver brandy pan, London 1722, maker Benjamin Pyne, the tapering body with antelope
260 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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George IV silver teapot, York 1829, maker James Barber, George Cattle II & William North, the
650 GBP
300 - 500 GBP
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George II Irish silver sauceboat, Dublin circa 1730, makers mark only for William Williamson I, with
0 GBP
300 - 500 GBP
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17th Century deformed salt glazed stoneware jug, the jug with a large lean to one sign from the time
300 GBP
150 - 250 GBP
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18th Century biscuit mould, with a pergola over a couple seated at a table, country blacksmith
0 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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Rare set of five Jacobite wine glasses, circa 1760, each with a rounded funnel bowl engraved with
650 GBP
500 - 700 GBP
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Two 19th Century treen platters, the first in oak with a rounded edge, 29cm wide, the second in
100 GBP
60 - 80 GBP
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Indian Gujarati spoon, possibly 17th Century, the deep bowl with a natural twist handle, attached to
0 GBP
400 - 600 GBP
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17th Century Spanish dalmatic collar, with a central urn and folate swags in wirework and silk, 82.
0 GBP
250 - 350 GBP
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18th Century English school, in the manner of William Radcliffe  After William Hogarth, The Four
0 GBP
1,500 - 2,500 GBP
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Stained glass panel, probably 16th Century elements, depicting a figure bringing the ciborium to a
1,400 GBP
400 - 600 GBP
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