As you can see above the auction was well attended and 430 lots were offered for sale. They were a real mixture.
The unusual 1935 cricket ball trophy saw bidders raising their hands in true Dickie Bird style. The outdoor theme continued with an early Kettner shooting stick selling for £35 and binoculars going for £55.
Quality artwork featured again with two hand painted miniatures selling for £80 and a 1920’s oil painting with a pastoral subject for £65.
We had a fantastic collection of glassware, ranging from a spectacular eye-catching piece of artwork to Tiffany vases.
Jewellery and watches proved popular with the bidders – an elegant Hunter’s watch sold for £90 and a Vivienne Westwood watch went for £50.
We are already taking bookings for April’s auction at Badger Farm Community Centre on Saturday, 1st April. Please give Claire a call on 01962734941 or email email@example.com to reserve a space.
Lot 5 – Cricket “silver” with ball trophy Sold for £35
Lot 10 – Aneroid banjo barometerSold for £65
Lot 16 – Continental Kettner shooting stickSold for £35
Lot 44 – Half Hunter pocket watchSold for £90
Lot 166 – Two painted Berlin plaques of ladies wearing hatsSold for £80
Lot 169 – Large collection of costume jewellery and badgesSold for £45
Lot 259 – Large circular glass artwork in standSold for £65
Lot 279 – Six studio glass vases and bowlsSold for £35
Lot 296 – Vivienne Westwood Time Machine watch in boxSold for £50
Lot 332 – Oil on board painting of Bagpipe playing beggar and childSold for £65
Lot 335 – Large collection of binoculars and spotting scopesSold for £55
Lot 341 – Silver picture or photo frameSold for £65
Lot 389 – Two Victorian ladies fans Sold for £35
Lot 420 – Chinese or Japanese framed printSold for £48