Clevedon Salerooms - one of Bristol's leading auctioneer and valuer

To watch the auction live or to bid live, click the link below:

Live_Auctions_panel_B_1A3B3.jpg

 

Quarterly Fine Art Sale

Thursday 16 November 2017  

10:30 am

Clevedon Salerooms - On-line Catalogue

Clevedon Salerooms - PDF Catalogue

 

Viewing at Saleroom

Tuesday 14 November 2017  

2pm to 5:30pm

Wednesday 15 November 2017  

10am to 6:30pm

Morning of sale from 9am

 Clevedon Salerooms - Last Sale Catalogue

 

Clevedon Salerooms on Facebook

Click to download our 2017 Auction Calendar


 

Sale Catalogue by Category....

(Fine Art Sales Only)

You can list lots in a particular sale by Sale Category.  Simply select the category from the drop down box below....

The final hammer price is subject to 20% Buyers Premium plus VAT (i.e. total of 24%). 

Lots bought online via www.the-saleroom.com are subject to a further 3% + VAT premium.

Select Category from Dropdown List:

Next
 Sold For 
521Set of six white metal buttons, with pierced figural decoration, makers mark for Britton, Gould & Co, 25mm diameter £50 - £80£50More..
522Set of six Edward VII Art Nouveau silver buttons, each decorated with stylised flowers, makers James Deakin & Sons, Chester 1902, 27mm diameter, within a fitted velvet lined case £60 - £90£75More..
523Set of six late 19th Century white metal buttons, each decorated with a seated harpist and a cherub, backs stamped RD No:352928, 27mm diameter, within a fitted Mappin Brothers velvet lined case £50 - £80£140More..
524Set of six Edward VII silver buttons, each with pierced flower head decoration, makers King & Sons, Chester 1903, 25mm diameter, within a fitted presentation case £50 - £80£75More..
525Set of six Edward VII silver buttons, each with pierced flower head decoration, makers William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1903, 24mm diameter, within a fitted presentation case £50 - £80£120More..
526Set of six Art Nouveau design white metal buttons, each decorated with a bust of a maiden holding a flower, stamped 'Silver', 23mm diameter £50 - £80£65More..
527Set of six Edward VII Art Nouveau silver buttons, each decorated with a maiden's head, makers CS & FS, Birmingham 1901, 28mm diameter, within original fitted velvet lined case £80 - £100£100More..
528Set of six Edward VII Art Nouveau silver buttons, each decorated with a maiden's bust, maker probably Joseph Gloster, Birmingham 1903, 24mm diameter £60 - £90£75More..
529Set of six Art Nouveau design white metal buttons, each decorated with a fairy and flowers, stamped '.925', within an unassociated Asprey case £60 - £90£80More..
530Edward VII silver button and buckle set, each piece with Gryphon decoration, comprising: a two-piece belt buckle 47mm diameter, a pair of oval buckles 39mm wide and a set of six circular buttons 29mm diameter, makers 'L & S', all hallmarked, Birmingham 1903, cased £100 - £150£85More..
531Set of ten late 19th Century Continental silver buttons, each with equestrian decoration, import marks for London 1898, 26mm diameter and a pair of somewhat similar buttons, 25mm diameter, all within a velvet lined case £60 - £90£90More..
532Five Edward VII silver buttons, each decorated with the bust of a lady wearing a plumed hat, makers J & G, Chester 1906, 25mm diameter and a set of four silver buttons, each decorated with a seated monarch, having import marks for Samuel Boyce Landeck, Sheffield 1898, 23mm diameter £60 - £90£70More..
533Set of six George V Art Nouveau silver buttons with mottled enamel decoration within a turquoise border, Birmingham 1910, 14mm diameter, cased and a set of six enamel buttons marked 'Sterling', 14mm diameter, cased £50 - £80£70More..
534Set of four George V silver and green enamel buttons, makers J. Aitkin & Son, Birmingham 1912, 20mm diameter, cased and a set of three blue enamel buttons, 15mm diameter, cased £40 - £60£60More..
535Two pairs of gilt metal square buckles with foliate design borders, 19mm and 20mm wide, a small unmarked gold coloured metal buckle, 25mm wide, and two other gilt metal buckles, 64mm and 46mm wide £80 - £100£70More..
536Edward VII oval silver buckle with paste border, maker Harold Arthur Lazarus, London 1901, 53mm wide and another maker Arthur Johnson Smith, Chester 1901, 71mm wide £50 - £80 More..
537George III Artois style silver buckle with beaded border, maker 'W.E.', date letter S, no Assay Office mark, 55mm wide and another silver buckle, 62mm wide £80 - £100£70More..
538George III Irish silver buckle, maker possibly Daniel Popkins, Dublin, no date letter, 57mm side and an unmarked white metal buckle with flower head and reeded border, 77mm wide £80 - £120£60More..
539Victorian silver buckle with beaded borders, maker possibly William Henry Curry, London 1894, 70mm wide, a Victorian silver buckle, makers Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1900, 47mm wide and two other white metal buckles, 58mm and 47mm wide £80 - £120£60More..
540George III Artois style unmarked white metal buckle set pink foil back imitation gems, 56mm wide, a gilded unmarked white metal buckle with an ornate paste border, 82mm wide and a gilded unmarked white metal oval buckle with bow decorated paste border, 67mm wide £120 - £180 More..
541Two Edward VII silver rectangular buckles, makers Grey & Co, London 1907 and Birmingham 1907, 67mm wide, approximately 2oz and a pair of silver oval buckles, maker 'W.B.', 52mm wide £60 - £80£45More..
542Twelve various Artois style and other buckles with paste borders, 52mm - 84mm wide £60 - £90 More..
543Ten various pairs of Artois and other buckles with paste or bright cut borders, 34mm - 67mm wide £100 - £150£150More..
544Two pairs of George III Artois style polished steel shoe buckles, each 76mm wide, and three other pairs of polished steel buckles, average 65mm wide £50 - £80 More..
545Pair of George III Artois style gilt metal buckles with reeded borders and black slips, 78mm wide, two somewhat similar pairs and three other similar buckles £60 - £90 More..
Next
IMPORTANT NOTICE

The term 'general condition consistent with age' when used without any other text, refers to the fact that all items sold in auction are second hand and may therefore show signs, no matter how slight, of handling and use.

No faults or imperfections are mentioned in the description of any lots in this sale.  All items sold are likely to have been subject to wear and tear caused by user or the effects of age and may therefore have faults and imperfections.  If you would like a condition report please contact us.  We take every care to provide an accurate condition report but we are not professional restorers and therefore we recommend that you consult such a professional within the appropriate field who will be in a much better position to advise you of the condition of any lot.  Bidders must satisfy themselves as to the condition of any lots on which they wish to bid and any statement made by any member of Clevedon Salerooms staff, written or verbal, is a subjective qualified opinion and is only provided on this basis.  Bidders are reminded to read our Conditions of Sale printed in the catalogue and note that by bidding on an item, they agree to be bound these Conditions of Sale.

 

 

 

Clevedon Salerooms - one of Bristol's leading auctioneer and valuer