Elstob Auctioneers is pleased to present a Fine Art & Antiques auction on December 6th.
A notable highlight of the auction is lot 309, an exceptional suite of silver candlesticks by Patrick Mavros. Adorned with Sandgrouse motifs, the intricately detailed candlesticks are estimated to be valued between £30,000 and £40,000, making them a focal point of the event.
Also featured is a collection of silver pieces by Paul Storr. Among the notable items is a finely crafted soup tureen (lot 462), showcasing Storr's renowned craftsmanship. The estimated value for this lot is set between £10,000 and £15,000.
Adding a touch of rarity to the auction is a pair of Austrian silver-gilt, enamel, and rock crystal tazza in the form of a mermaid and merman (lot 548). Estimate £8,000-£12,000.
Art enthusiasts will appreciate the inclusion of a Scottish landscape painting by Alfred De Breanski Senior (1852-1928), offering a timeless representation of scenic beauty. Additionally, a pair of Mouseman beds by Robert Thompson, dating to the 1930s, is anticipated to be a noteworthy inclusion with an estimated value of £3,000-£4,000.
The Elstob Auctioneers Fine Art & Antiques auction on December 6th promises a diverse collection with in excess of 800 lots.
Prepare for an exquisite auction of over 700 remarkable lots in our November sale. This auction promises to be a treasure trove of unique and valuable items, featuring diverse collectables, fine art and antiques that will captivate both seasoned collectors and newcomers alike.
Among the many remarkable pieces, don't miss the opportunity to acquire a stunning Chinese huanghauli and hongmu 'cracked-ice' console table (lot 678) adorned with exquisite butterfly handles.
For those who appreciate Yorkshire oak, we have an early Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson oak dressing chest (lot 745) and an early dressing table mirror (lot 746) from the 1930s-1940s.
Art enthusiasts will be delighted to discover a remarkable 19th Century bronze figure of Hercules (lot 596), portraying a unique adaptation of the iconic Farnese Hercules.
Adding to the grandeur of our auction is a Grand Tour marble figure of the Crouching Venus (lot 589).
Our collection of Lalique pieces promises to dazzle, while a fine selection of antique jewellery will offer a chance to acquire a piece of history and elegance.
Our upcoming July auction presents an impressive collection of over 800 lots, encompassing a wide range of exquisite items such as silver, jewellery, furniture, clocks, lighting, rugs, ceramics, sculpture, and captivating works of art. This extraordinary sale features several notable collections, including the prestigious contents of Scarah Hill, Ripley, located in North Yorkshire.
Join us for an extraordinary auction experience where we showcase the finest selection of jewellery, silver, paintings, furniture and interior pieces. We invite you to explore our catalogue, brimming with a diverse range of captivating items that will catch your eye. Uncover rare gems and the allure of our auction. Don't miss out on this opportunity to indulge in the world of art and craftsmanship. Start your bidding journey today!
Paul Martin's Antiques Showdown will be filming at this auction.
Our Fine Art & Antiques auction includes the contents of Chapel Garth, Old Byland (part 1), on the instructions of the executors of the late Miss E.M. Potts; the contents of Stanley Gill House, Gunnerside, on the instructions of the late Shelagh Thomlinson; and over 70 pictures from a deceased estate in Gosforth, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Invoices will be created and sent at the end of day three
Our April sale has over 800 lots of ceramics and glass, metalwork, silver, Asian art, objects of vertu, militaria, textiles, rugs and carpets, clocks and instruments, antique furniture and Yorkshire oak. We are excited to be selling a large 19th Century micromosaic plaque depicting the Temple of Vesta (lot 383). Our experts recently discovered this tremendous example during a valuation day in the North-West. We are also delighted to offer three pieces of Chinese armorial porcelain from the documented P.B. Cooke collection (lots 217-219), a single-owner collection of Doulton art pottery (lots 121-172), and a rare Rene Lalique topaz ‘Bacchantes’ vase (lot 41).
The sale includes a single-owner collection of silver by Paul Storr, including an important set of three graduated meat dishes, marked London 1811; and a further pair of meat dishes, marked London 1803 . A particular feature of the auction is a collection of regimental silver, consigned by The Light Dragoons Charitable Trust (identified by an † symbol).
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