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Hammer Highlights


Brown & Turner welcomed a limited audience to the September Auction for the first time since February.  Bidders had to register prior to the auction date and remain socially distanced throughout wearing the mandatory face masks.

A French Style Etagere, decorated with nude female appliques, sold for £2,000 and Proof Sovereign Gold Coins went from 50% – 64% over higher estimate.   A pair of Thonet style Art Dec Tub Chairs, circa 1920’s/30’s realised £240 and a modern Silver Circular Tray with Hallmarks for Sheffield sold for £480.

 


Upcoming Auctions

Saturday 17th October – Antiques, Fine Art & Jewellery

Consignments invited until 7th October

Saturday 14th November – Contemporary Art Auction

Saturday 14th November – Antiques, Fine Art & Jewellery

Consignment invited until 4th November

Saturday 12th December – Christmas Auction ft. Jewellery section

Consignments invited until 2nd December

UPCOMING AUCTIONS

September Auction Highlights


Brown and Turner’s next auction commences on Saturday 19th September at 10am with a limited number of attendees in the room. The auction boasts a large selection of furniture, toy cars and memorabilia as well as art, collectables and jewellery.

Some of the notable furniture lots include Lot 293, a Regency Mahogany and Brass Bound Wine Cooler, estimated at £300 – £400 and Lot 276, a Gillows Style Victorian Mahogany Chiffonier with an estimate of £100 – £150. Lot 311, a Burmese Carved Hall Chair would be a feature piece in any hallway with its beautiful carvings down the back and legs. The estimate is £150 – £200.

Lot 70, a Chinese Cast Bronze Incense Burner from the Qing Dynasty is a popular piece, with an estimate of £200 – £300. While lots 89 – 102 provide a lovely selection of vases; including Lot 89 a Carlton Ware Art Deco “New Chinese Bird and Cloud” Lustre Vase.

The selection of car toys includes classics such as Lot 48, a Franklin Mint Precision Model of a 1961 Green Jaguar E Type; Lot 44, Two Danbury Mint Model Classic Cars comprising of a 1957 Chevrolet Blue Bel Air Convertible and Lot 39, a large collection of Model Die Cast Vehicles, estimated at £150 – £200. In addition, lots 30 – 38 offer a nostalgic selection of helmets and caps from WWII, the police force and the British National Fire Service Home Guard with estimates starting from £30 – £150.

Brown & Turner welcome a limited number of attendees into the room for the first time since February. To register please fill out the form on www.brownandturner.co.uk/register-attendance. The auction will be available live online at www.brownandturner.co.uk with viewings on Wednesday and Thursday (9am – 5pm) Friday (9am – 7pm). To register to bid via phone or leave an absentee bid call 01835 863445 or email info@brownandturner.co.uk