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04/01/2015 : What a cracker! The last sale of 2015 goes out with a bang!

A packed saleroom awaited buyers for our December auction of Toys, Antiques, Wines and Spirits. A Victorian yellow metal belcher generated huge interest, the hammer eventually falling at 1,150, having had various phone bidders vying for the chance to own it.

Elsewhere in the Jewellery section an 18ct gold dress ring set with a large Tanzanite surrounded with diamonds sold for £420.

In our ever popular Furniture section a hand carved four poster king size bed from the Somerset Guild of Carvers raised £760 and a 19th century walnut breakfast table on heavily carved base, width 135cm and six mahogany red upholstered dining chairs with foliate carved splats realised £580.


As part of a strong Oriental & Eastern Works of Art section, a pair of early 20th century Chinese figurines, one of an Oriental lady holding a basket of flowers seated on an elephant and the other an Oriental gentleman seated on a dragon sold for £620, and a late 19th early 20th century Oriental ginger jar with cover in the famille verte palette decorated with family figures and horsemen made £400.

The festivities continued when during the Toys section Corgi proved it’s popularity once again as a quantity of playworn diecast vehicles sold for £240. Also in this section a very large Armand Marseille bisque head composition jointed body doll realised £220.

Other sale highlights included a pair of George IV hallmarked silver salvers which made £400 and everybody’s favourite Victorian hallmarked silver peacock by Solomon Nathan Nyberg which sold for a very respectable £360.


The next sale in Liverpool will feature a Vintage Fashion and Textiles section and is on the 6th January 2016, for more information please contact the team on 0151 709 8070