Auction sales continue to take place from Bonhams in Queen Street, and this Thursday they are holding their Home and Interiors Sale.
No members of the public are allowed in to the sale room for the virtual sale.
This sale has a wide range of items from a Florian ware Moorcroft twin handled Hazledene vase from around 1902. (Estimate: £2,000—3,000) to an oversized Regency mahogany cellaret in the form of a sarcophagus. (Estimate: £3,000 to £4,000). Just the thing to keep your bottles handy for an at home cocktail hour.
Romy Clark was one of the staff in the auction house this morning preparing the lots ready for sale.
Some of the lots include:
- A huge 18th century iron ‘armada’ chest, probably German that gives lockdown a whole new meaning. Estimate £500-700.
- A Florian ware Moorcroft twin handled Hazledene vase from around 1902. Estimate: £2,000—3,000. (Our featured image above is of this blue and white vase)
- A George III silver samovar by John Robins, London 1806. Estimate £1,500-2,000.
- Rockport, Cushendun by Maurice Wilks (Irish, 1910-1984) together with another two coastal scenes. Estimate: £1,000-1,500
- A 19th century mahogany card table. Estimate: £250-350
- An Aesthetic style late 19th/early 20th century oak bureau bookcase, stamped Gillows, Lancaster. Estimate: £800-1,200.
- An oversized Regency mahogany cellaret, in the form of a sarcophagus. Estimate: £3,000-4,000.
- A late 19th/early 20th century Viennese enamel ormolu table clock. Estimate: £800-1,200.
The sale itself is online and you can register on Bonhams website.