Stepping into Spring
Hundreds of buyers poured into our saleroom along with the sunshine for our two-sale weekend, putting a spring in all of our steps!
In Saturday's sale, highlights included a pair of lifesize hunting dogs on plinths which sold for £780 and a fantastic Tudor Dolls house, each room including a full range of realistic figures and lifesize furnishings along with lighting, selling for £600.
Our Spring picture sale drew in more people than ever with some fantastic prices reached on many of the lots.
An impressive £4,100 was reached for Henry Redmore's 'Fishing Fleet returning to Hessle' and a Staithes Group oil painting, 'Waiting for the ferry at Montreuil' by William Frederick Mayor sold for £2,600.
If there are any unsold lots that you are interested in from either of our recent sales please contact the office and make an offer. They are now available to buy.
Remember we are always taking in auction items for forthcoming sales. Please bring them into our office in Vine Street, Scarborough, between 8.30pm and 5pm Monday to Thursday.
Our next sales are on Saturday March 15 and 29.
TWO SPRING SALES COMING UP!
There's a busy weekend ahead for all at Duggleby's with two sales and almost 900 lots coming under the hammer.
The Spring picture sale features a superb panoramic view of Scarborough by local artist Richard Blades along with various other pictures from the Staithes Group and Yorkshire and marine scenes.
Our Saturday sale has a fantastic range of household furnishings and with Spring in the air our large selection of garden stoneware will help to spruce up the garden.
In jewellery there's a wide choice for the ladies with a good Rolex watch and a diamond flower white gold bracelet. A mink coat with scalloped bottom and crystal buttons is also quite the headturner.
We are taking in items for our next sale on March 15, deadline is Thursday March 6th.
Antiques & Interior Saturday 15th February Results
A PAIR of bookends, which featured Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson's famous mouse trademark, were one of the highlights of our Saturday sale in Scarborough this weekend.
Selling for £1,700, the rare to the market bookends, were carved as squirrels eating nuts and each had the ‘mouse’ signature.
Buyers were in fierce competition for the lot, which was eventually won by a bidder in the room who fought off competition from numerous buyers on the phone.
A ‘blonde’ loggerhead turtle, caught by the vendor’s grandfather in the early 1900’s, sold for £1,400. The vendor was delighted with the result and said she would be splitting the proceeds between her grandchildren.
In furniture, buyers were left stunned by the outcome of a large Edwardian oak cupboard which fetched a breathtaking £1,900.
A beautiful diamond solitaire ring was the highlight of the jewellery section reaching a hammer price of £760.
We are taking in items for our next sale on March 1, deadline is Thursday February 20th.
The catalogue for our Spring Picture Sale on March 3 is now online.
COMING UP THIS SATURDAY
The bidding starts with a collection of Royal Crown Derby large paperweights, Mouseman squirrel bookends, a section of Taxidermy, watchmakers' tools and accessories, quality German UTS GMT 3000 professional diver's watch, highlights in the jewellery are sapphire and diamond cluster ear-rings, platinum five stone diamond ring and the afternoon lots include Regency inlaid mahogany framed sofa, Steinway and Offenbach pianos, Tetrad sofa, Barker and Stonehouse sleigh bed, Laura Ashley ivory painted bedroom furniture.
Saturday 1st March Antiques and Interiors entries by Thursday 20th February please.
Monday 3rd March in the gallery saleroom The Spring Picture Sale.
HI HO SILVER!
Hi Ho Silver sells for £5,800
The 1960’s Scandinavian design canteen of silver cutlery by Robert Welch for Heal’s, was eventually acquired by a determined private buyer standing in the centre against bidders on three phone lines bringing spontaneous applause from the packed room.
This was the highlight of a successful Saturday sale which saw 90% of the lots sold.
The 2007 Volvo C30 whose owner had emigrated made £4,500.
A modern collection of Moorcroft pottery sold well realising £2,920.
There was plenty of competition for all the silver and jewellery lots.Forthcoming Auctions
Antiques and Interiors Saturday 15th February entries now closed
Antiques and Interiors Saturday 1st March entries now and until Thursday 20th February
Spring Picture Sale Monday 3rd March
Violins music to the auctioneer's ears
Another great January Sale! Two violins by German makers Matthias and Joseph Klos top the sale at £950 and £500. Then to the Ottoman Empire with two medals awarded to the English director of agriculture making £650. A bronze Hull ship's bell made £400 and an Ercol day bed made £520 both of these from the 1950s.
Entries for the next sale 1st February need to be with us by Thursday 23rd January.
This sale already includes Mouseman table, chairs and dresser, Volvo c30 low mileage car, Georgian country oak dresser, modern Offenbach lacquered mahogany baby grand piano, excellent collection Moorcroft, Royal Copenhagen, gold jewellery and silver
BUSIEST EVER START TO THE YEAR
The new year brought over 470 buyers to the sale bidding for the many styles of furnishings, jewellery and collectables.
If you were outbid this time come along to the next auction on Saturday 18th January
when we will have 600 fresh lots on offer.
These will include quality bistro/tea rooms furnishings and equipment.
NEW YEAR SALE
Don't forget your bids!
ANTIQUES & INTERIORS
SATURDAY 4 JANUARY 11AM
Ceramics, Pictures,Jewellery & Silver, Collectables,
Antique Furniture, Longcase Clocks, Modern Furnishings
view: Friday 3rd January 10am-7pm
& Saleday from 9am
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