18th November 2014

The Grove Sale 18th November 2014

Page: 1 of 11. Lots: 1 to 58

Sale Catalogue: Page 1



Lot 1: Taxidermy: A Goshawk, a large female with a dove as prey in an all glass case, 24.5" x 26" x 20" on an oak table baseEstimate: 350-450


Lot 2: Taxidermy: A Golden Eagle, mounted on a branch in a fully glazed case, 38" x 32" x 19"Estimate: 300-400

Unsold (Estimate): £600.00


Lot 3: Taxidermy: A pair of Woodcock in glazed case, by Rowland Ward with ivorine disk label 24"x 23.5"Estimate: 200-400

Unsold (Estimate): £150.00


Lot 4: Taxidermy: A pair of "Lady Amherst Pheasants" in a glazed and ebonised case, 19th century, 44.5" x 25.5"Estimate: 250-350

Unsold (Estimate): £160.00


Lot 5: Taxidermy: A Reeves Pheasant, a male bird in a glazed case by John Burton with label, 52.5" x 21"Estimate: 120-180

Unsold (Estimate): £140.00


Lot 6: Taxidermy: A Bar-Tailed Godwit under a glass dome, by D.J. K. Taxidermists, Coventry, 16" x 12"Estimate: 160-180

Unsold (Estimate): £130.00


Lot 7: Taxidermy: A French Partridge in glazed case, by D.L. Keningale, Warwickshire (with label) 14.75" x 13.75"Estimate: 100-200

Unsold (Estimate): £260.00


Lot 8: Taxidermy: A pair of Skylarks in a glazed case, by Stewart of Windsor, Taxidermist to the Queen (unreordered in P.A. Morris, "A History of Taxidermy") (19th century), 10.5" x 11.75"Estimate: 100-200


Lot 9: Taxidermy: Two Ruffs, each in a separate box case, showing the dark and light extremes of plumage (19th century) each 13" squareEstimate: 80-120

Unsold (Estimate): £160.00


Lot 10: Taxidermy: A pair of Great Grey Shrikes in a box case, by Cullingford (unsigned) (early 20th century), 14.5" x 12.5"Estimate: 100-150

Unsold (Estimate): £80.00


Lot 11: Taxidermy: A Kingfisher, Lesser Spotted Woodpecker, Tree Creeper, Pied Wagtail and Grey Wagtail under a glass dome with ebonised base, (19th century), 10" x 14"Estimate: 40-60

Unsold (Estimate): £60.00


Lot 12: Taxidermy: Two stoats in ermine, with a young rabbit in a bowfronted glazed case, maker's label "Preserved by J Cooper & Sons, 22 Radnor Street, St Luke, London EC, (Victorian)" 26" x 11.5" Estimate: 140-180

Unsold (Estimate): £110.00


Lot 13: Taxidermy: A Reeves Pheasant, an exceptionally large male, in a glazed case, attributed to Henry Ward, 19th century, 73" x 22.5"Estimate: 400-600

Unsold (Estimate): £440.00


Lot 14: Taxidermy: An otter with a fish in an ebonised glazed case (19th century) 27" x 23.5"Estimate: 380-480


Lot 15: Taxidermy: A pair of Pole Cats and a young Rabbit in a box case, 34" x 24"Estimate: 140-180

Unsold (Estimate): £220.00


Lot 16: Taxidermy: A box case containing twenty British birds, 19th century, 32" x 26"Estimate: 100-200

Unsold (Estimate): £260.00


Lot 17: Taxidermy: Bitterns, a pair of European Bitterns, an American Bittern and a Little Bittern, a large box case, 19th century, 37.5" x 33"Estimate: 400-700

Unsold (Estimate): £380.00


Lot 18: Taxidermy: A collection of thirty three birds including Goldfinch and Blue-tit in a glazed and ebonised case, 19th century, 26.5" x 37"Estimate: 280-340

Unsold (Estimate): £160.00


Lot 19: Taxidermy: A study of a pheasant in a glazed caseEstimate: 30-50

Unsold (Estimate): £40.00


Lot 20: A crocodile skin document case with fitted interiorEstimate: 40-80

Unsold (Estimate): £25.00


Lot 21: A collection of hickory shafted golf clubs and others similar in a vintage canvas and leather bagEstimate: 80-160


Lot 21: A 1930's Oriental gilt and black framed cork picture, and a relief decorated lacquer panelEstimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £35.00


Lot 22: A pair of 19th century glasses and similar glasswareEstimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £20.00


Lot 23: A collection of Edwardian fairings depicting pigs in veteran motor cars, others similar and a Basil Matthews goatEstimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £170.00


Lot 24: Local Interest: 'The Huntsman Magazine', dating from 1949-1979, published for the employees of Eldridge PopeEstimate: 20-40


Lot 25: A Royal Winton chintz cruet and a collection of similar decorative ceramics including a set of similar dessert dishesEstimate: 30-50

Unsold (Estimate): £80.00


Lot 26: A 19th century dessert service, an Oriental Imari style bowl and cover and similar ceramicsEstimate: 20-40


Lot 26: A gilt framed crystoleum and another similarEstimate: 40-80

Unsold (Estimate): £35.00


Lot 27: A glass pub sign, 'John Devenish 'Good Food and Fine Ales', by Royal Warrant to His Majesty King George V'Estimate: 30-50

Unsold (Estimate): £130.00


Lot 28: A yellow glazed ceramic jug, stamped 'Bishop England', the handle in the style of a dragon, a pair of Eichwald glazed floral vases and similar ceramicsEstimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £45.00


Lot 29: A collection of 19th century cups and saucersEstimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £70.00


Lot 30: An Oriental lacquered table cabinetEstimate: 20-40


Lot 31: An Oriental charger decorated with dragons and similar ceramicsEstimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £45.00


Lot 32: A cast-iron cannon with wooden carriage (examine)Estimate: 30-50

Unsold (Estimate): £170.00


Lot 33: A pair of reconstituted stone garden planters (examine)Estimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £25.00


Lot 34: A pair of rococo style giltwood wall lamps and a similar shelfEstimate: 30-50

Unsold (Estimate): £65.00


Lot 35: A Wedgwood Susie Cooper design coffee set and a collection of Japanese dinnerwareEstimate: 30-50


Lot 36: A pair of Art Deco style wrought-iron green and gilt decorated screensEstimate: 50-100

Unsold (Estimate): £190.00


Lot 37: An Edwardian framed advert for Bird's Custard Powder, 1837-1908, depicting the housewives of 'more than two generations'Estimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £25.00


Lot 38: An Edwardian crystoleum in an oak frameEstimate: 30-60

Unsold (Estimate): £90.00


Lot 39: An early 20th century Collinson medium sized child's safety rocking horse with riding hat, boots and whipEstimate: 300-500


Lot 40: A collection of Edwardian floral soup dishes, a quantity of 1930's bowls and similar decorative ceramicsEstimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £20.00


Lot 41: A Replica rifle, a collection of pictures and sundry itemsEstimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £45.00


Lot 42: A collection of Sotheby's Oriental Catalogues and similar books on Oriental artEstimate: 10-20

Unsold (Estimate): £150.00


Lot 43: A bottle of Bordeaux Chateau de Beaulieu, 1997 and a collection of similar bottles of wine and alcoholEstimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £110.00


Lot 44: A blue and white Chinese ginger jar and a collection of similar decorative ceramicsEstimate: 10-20

Unsold (Estimate): £10.00


Lot 45: A collection of photographic equipment, angle-poised lamps and similar itemsEstimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £60.00


Lot 46: A restored vintage doll's house with corrugated iron effect roof and fully furnished interiorEstimate: 40-80

Unsold (Estimate): £60.00


Lot 47: A collection of Continental porcelain figurines and similar itemsEstimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £20.00


Lot 48: A Victorian counter bell, a collection of copper dishes and similar items of metalwareEstimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £20.00


Lot 49: A 1930's restored doll's house with original metal windows and doors, fully furnished in period styleEstimate: 80-120

Unsold (Estimate): £90.00


Lot 50: A collection of Victorian brass and iron Gothic style light fittingsEstimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £25.00


Lot 51: A bottle of Chateau Talbot Medoc 1966, two similar and a bottle of Haig's Dimple WhiskyEstimate: 10-20

Unsold (Estimate): £140.00


Lot 52: A collection of Edwardian jardinieres and similar ceramics Estimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £20.00


Lot 53: A 1930's French ceramic clock garniture with stylised decoration, a Royal Doulton bowl, a similar jug and a cast resin opium pipeEstimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £60.00


Lot 54: A tall Dartington crystal vase and a quantity of Commemorative and similar ceramicsEstimate: 10-20

Unsold (Estimate): £40.00


Lot 55: A 1950's oak-cased chiming mantel clock and a 19th century German mantel clockEstimate: 15-25

Unsold (Estimate): £15.00


Lot 56: A collection of old Sotheby's and Christies Auction CataloguesEstimate: 10-20

Unsold (Estimate): £10.00


Lot 57: A pair of 1930's ceramic bookends in the form of ladies with crinoline skirts, a Victorian Sowerby glass sugar basin and similar itemsEstimate: 10-20

Unsold (Estimate): £15.00


Lot 58: A cut-glass bowl, a collection of decanters and similar glasswareEstimate: 20-40

Unsold (Estimate): £35.00


Sale Catalogue: Page 1



Lot 1
A collection of golf clubs

Estimate: £10-20


Lot 2
A 19th century stoneware 'Harvesting' jug and another similar

Estimate: £10-20


Lot 3
A mahogany and mother-of-pearl inlaid mantel clock and a pair of similar candlesticks

Estimate: £40-60


Lot 4
A pair of royal blue cloisonne vases and a similar bowl

Estimate: £20-40

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