Furniture & Decorative Items
1871: Oxford University Bumps Race sculls seat, with hand painted details of crew and their respective weights
Dimensions: L 12.75" x D 4" x H 8"
Double-sided, Delacour display cabinet for pipes (pipes included)
Dimensions: H22" x W10.75" x D6.5"
19th Century: large, wooden bird-scarer
Dimensions: L 13.5" x D 4.25" x H 12.5"
Wooden, garden swing with metal chains
Dimensions of seat: Length 16.5" x Depth 8.25"
Early 20th Century, hand-carved wooden Kashmiri box
Dimensions: L 12" x D 8" x H 2.5"
Mid-20th Century, Duponts of London wooden hanger
C. late 19th Century: wooden stick stand
Dimensions: L 23.25" x D 11.25" x H 28.25"
Small, pottery dog bowl
Dimensions: Diameter (base) 6.5" x Diameter (opening) 5"
19th Century: wooden box with scumbled finish
C. 1851: twin-handled, glazed stoneware cup, impressed 'T. Peas 1851'
Dimensions: H 4.75"
C. 1900: opaque, pearl-drop, pendant light fitting
Drop: approximately 8"
C. 1930s: five Boxwood barrel measures by Peter Stevenson Ltd, Edinburgh (ONE NOW SOLD - FOUR STILL FOR SALE)
Dimensions of each: Length 35.75 inches x 0.25 inches square
Kilderkin = an old Scottish unit of volume equal to half a barrel, or two firkins. It is used as a standard size for brewery casks. The word 'kilderkin' comes from the Dutch for small cask.
Price: £24.00 each
Collection of Brass folding rules:
2 x Chesterman folding 2' rules (BOTH NOW SOLD)
1 x Smallwood of Birmingham folding 2' rule
2x unmarked folding 2' rules
Price: £11.00 each
Wooden box for Pain's Fireworks of London. Universal Box costing 10/-
Dimensions: H 3.25" x L 11.5" x D 6.5"
A pair of large, oval, hand-held, shop mirrors
Price: £85.00 the pair
Five, Georgian, three-tined, steel forks, with horn handles
Price: £14.00 each
Four, 19th Century, antler-handled, steel knives, by George Buck of 345 Tottenham Court Road, London
Price: £14.00 each
Part of a collection of 19th & 20th Century cutlery
Bone-handled bread knife: NOW SOLD
Knives and forks £16.00 each
A pair of 3-tined forks with crested, bone-handles
Price: £16.00 each
Part of a collection of 19th Century cutlery
Prices: £16.00 each
Collection of 16 wooden shoe lasts
Price: £11.00 each
Collection of 8 ormolu handles
Price: £48.00 for the collection
Large scraping tool with Beech handle
Gun & Moore, Women's cricket bat
Late 19th Century, Oak writing/library table - original brass castors - two drawers to the front and dummy drawers to the back, with matching handles
Dimensions: Height (to top) 29" x Height (to underside of drawers) 22.5" x Width 38.5" x Width (kneehole) 30.25" x Depth 25"
C.1960: lifebelt from the Brixham Belle, Cowes.
Brixham Belle was built in 1960 as a 'Gentleman's Motor Yacht' in Cowes, and named George Henry. The gentleman concerned could not pay for her on completion, and the builder converted her to a passenger excursion boat in order to sell her on quickly and cut his losses. She was 48 gross tons and carried 120 passengers.
Brixham Belle was operated out of Brixham for many years by Ernie Cudd and family who mainly ran excursions to Dartmouth and up the river Dart during the day, and 'Illuminations Cruises' around Torbay after dark. She was much loved by holiday makers and locals alike. She is now in Gibraltar, still in daily use on dolphin watching trips, and still named Brixham Belle.
Dimensions: Outer Diameter 30" x Inner Diameter 16.5"
C.1900: Schweppes: wooden, syphon crate for 6 bottles
Dimensions: W14.25" x D9.75" x H14"
Three, graduated, copper funnels
Price: £23.00 each
Wooden bowl with carved edge
Small, late 19th century/early 20th century, narrow scoop
Four, small, copper-faced, printing blocks
Price: £24.00 for all four blocks
Small, metal pin/needle case with label: George Harper, Clothier and Draper, 7 Kay Street, Rawtenstall
19th Century, brass door knocker (unpolished)
Late 19th/early 20th century shop display: large, painted artist's easel
Height 36 x Width (max) 21.25inches
Birmingham, 1915. Slim cane with hook handle and silver cap to end, monogrammed 'DV'. Brass and steel ferrule. Maker: JH
C. Early 20th century: antler-handled walking stick.
Walking stick with large, wooden pommel. Brass and steel ferrule (hardly worn).
19th Century mahogany voting box with later voting beads
Large, wooden horse measure with lead plumb-bob. Impressed with the initials 'JWSP'.
Pair of Philip Clissett, Ash ladderback chairs with Elm seats
Circular, Oak mirror
Diameter 45cms (17.75")
Large, 'Burtons' clothes brush
Length 38.5cms (15.25")
A pair of small, brass and slate garnitures in the shape of urns
Price: £50.00 (1 SOLD)
Late 19th Century copper 'Instra' handwarmer in its original red velvet carrying bag
Coopered barrel with brass swing handle
Height 38cms (15")
Diameter of opening 22cms (8.75")
Coopered barrel with brass bands and swing handle
Height 39cms (15.25")
Diameter of opening 23cms (9")
Long, wooden, instrument box
Edwardian, porcelain loo pull on original brass chain
Ede & Sons, Robe Makers
Dimensions (framed): W8" x H6.25 x D1.25"
Country-made, Hawthorne walking stick with brass ferrule and steel tip
Shepherd's crook walking stick
C.W.S. (Cooperative Wholesale Society): clothes brush
English & Scottish Co-operative Society: small cardboard advertising box
Metal strongbox with leather-covered side handles