Metalware – 22nd February 2014

Lot No Description Low Est High Est
66 A collection of craftsman made pewter items comprised of a coffee pot, jugs, cigarette box and sugar bowl (5 items) 20 30
82 Miscellaneous items to include two pieces of Tudric pewter, a cast iron money box of Planters’  ‘Mr Peanut’, vintage soda syphons, vices etc (1 box) 15 25
139 Assorted metalware to include a hammered pewter water jug, brass candlesticks, vintage tins, silver plated items etc (1 box) 30 40
141 A copper and brass coaching horn together with a collection of vintage horse shoes and horse brasses (1 box) 20 30
150 Assorted metalware to include an Edwardian copper kettle, a brass trivet together with other copper and brass (1 box) 30 40
160 Assorted metalware to include a late 19th century copper lantern holder and bracket, an Art Nouveau lidded box, lustre hung candle holders plus other items (1 box) 20 30
164 Assorted metalware to include a pair of copper candlesticks, a circular copper two-handled pan, silver plated items etc together with other items to include clocks and table linen (1 box) 20 30
167 Assorted metalware to include a vintage green paraffin can, cutlery, silver plated items, a copper kettle, pewter, brass candle holders, vintage tray etc (2 boxes) 30 40
195 Assorted metalware to include a musical brass lantern with dimple bottle insert, an enamel coffee pot, a brass jug with embossed crocodile skin decoration, maker’s mark to base, candlesticks, bells, cutlery, pewter etc (1 box) 30 40
199 A 19th century cast brass figural doorstop in the form of a classical figure and column 20 30
201 A 20th century spelter figure of a male figure holding a hat on a stylised rocky outcrop, mounted on a circular wooden base 20 30
212 A brass desk stand with matching letter tray 20 30
215 A bronze figure of a standing horse inscribed ‘Andre’ mounted on a stepped marble base 40 60
221 A cast bronze model of a mythical creature half frog, half man, playing a flute, standing on a plinth 30 50
245 A 1950s pictorial tray on folding stand together with a painted metal folding stool with leather seat (2 items) 10 20
254 Four 20th century heavy iron curtain poles with bulbous ends, complete with brackets 30 50
263 A 19th century copper helmet-shaped coal scuttle 40 50
264 A decorative Indian sword 15 20
269 A set of vintage F.J. Thornton & Co ‘The Viking’ kitchen scales complete with weights 10 20
274 A pair of Victorian brass double twist candlesticks on circular bases 20 40
275 A set of late 19th century brass and iron butter scales with enamelled tray 40 50
282 A collection of early Victorian and later black painted fire irons 40 50
307 A 19th century copper coal scuttle 20 30
315 An early 20th century extending brass fender 10 20
330 A collection of early Victorian and later brass fire irons 40 60
387 Assorted metalware to include a signed Art Deco bronze bird, silver plated cruet, sugar tongs, brass weights etc 10 20
388 A collection of various keys and padlocks, some on key rings including a silver horseshoe example (1 box) 20 30
419 A metal filing cabinet 10 15
432 A 19th century cast iron fire surround together with three marble panels. 30 40
433 A vintage heavy duty vice, together with a collection of 19th century iron pot hangers and a printer’s tray 10 20
436 An early 20th century cast iron fire grate with urn and swag decorated fire back 15 20
448 Two metal jugs and an enamel bread bin 20 40
450 Two early 20th century riveted galvanised baths 40 50
452 A galvanised washing dolly, a galvanised bath plus two buckets 20 30
454 A vintage wrought iron crescent-shaped kitchen utensil hanger 20 40
455 Three early copper and brass fenders 20 30
456 A vintage wrought iron crescent-shaped kitchen utensil hanger 20 40
457 Two Georgian-style fenders together with a brass fender (3 items) 20 30
470 A pair of boxed stainless steel caterer’s lidded food warmers with burners beneath 20 30
484 Two copper kettles, one with maker’s marks to handle (2 items) 10 20
527 An early 20th century safe by George Titterton of Birmingham, keys in office 20 30
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