Upcoming or Previously sold

SOLD £170
Lot 257
Est : £150 - £200
A Victorian walnut boudoir sofa, the shaped back with a central rail frame, deep buttoned curved end ...
SOLD £190
Lot 283
Est : £200 - £250
A George III mahogany clerks desk, with three quarter gallery, the fall front opening to reveal a fi ...
SOLD £750
Lot 289
Est : £500 - £700
Fred "Snailman" Somerscales, an oak extending dining table, the refectory style table with oblong to ...
SOLD £500
Lot 337
Est : £200 - £300
An early 19th century mahogany linen press, with pierced scrolling pediment over an inlaid frieze, i ...
SOLD £550
Lot 341
Est : £200 - £300
A William IV mahogany sideboard, the undulating back with large carved shell motif to the centre, th ...
SOLD £1200
Lot 345
Est : £150 - £200
A 19th century oak armchair, in the style of Pugin, with green leather upholstered back panel, chamf ...
SOLD £1900
Lot 349
Est : £400 - £600
A mid-Victorian walnut centre stool, the upholstered oblong top on an undulating frieze carved with ...
SOLD £500
Lot 361
Est : £400 - £500
A Victorian walnut and burr walnut fold-over card table, the moulded edge top of double serpentine s ...
SOLD £900
Lot 385
Est : £400 - £600
A Johannes Andersen rosewood extending circular dining table with rounded frieze and four tapering o ...
SOLD £2700
Lot 386
Est : £2500 - £3000
A set of ten Johannes Andersen for BRDR Andersen Vegen rosewood dining arm chairs, each with upholst ...
SOLD £1200
Lot 387
Est : £400 - £600
A Danish rosewood sideboard, probably by Johannes Andersen, of long low form with plain top over fou ...
SOLD £380
Lot 401
Est : £250 - £350
An oak chest, 17th century and later, with moulded edged oblong top over four graduated drawers with ...
SOLD £700
Lot 405
Est : £400 - £600
An early 19th century mahogany secretaire bookcase, with brass and ebony inlay, the pierced and scro ...
SOLD £420
Lot 411
Est : £300 - £400
A George III mahogany chest, of four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, with moulded edge top, brass ...
SOLD £1100
Lot 453
Est : £600 - £800
A Robert Mouseman Thompson of Kilburn oak nest of three graduated occasional tables, each with adzed ...
SOLD £1300
Lot 462
Est : £400 - £600
An oak chest of five graduated drawers by Lane, Altavista, Virginia, USA, circa 1965, the drawer fro ...
SOLD £400
Lot 478
Est : £100 - £150
A Victorian extending dining table, the mahogany stained moulded edged oblong top with rounded corne ...
SOLD £5400
Lot 491
Est : £1800 - £2500
A Victorian walnut gilt metal and porcelain mounted credenza, having D shaped top over a frieze appl ...
SOLD £380
Lot 510
Est : £150 - £200
A pair of moulded plywood Butterfly stools, designed by Sori Yanagi with natural wood finish, each f ...
SOLD £550
Lot 512
Est : £250 - £300
A Peter 'Rabbitman' Heap of Wetwang oak coffee table of oblong form, the adzed top on two x-shaped s ...
SOLD £400
Lot 512
Est : £400 - £500
A Peter Rabbitman Heap of Wetwang oak nest of three tables, each with adzed top and four octagonal l ...
Lot 526
Est : £300 - £400
A pair of 17th century oak hall chairs, each with floral carved crest rail and arched back panel, so ...
SOLD £550
Lot 527
Est : £600 - £900
A George III oak Welsh dresser, the planked back with moulded pediment, dentil cornice and arcaded a ...
SOLD £300
Lot 532
Est : £400 - £600
A Victorian mahogany extending oblong dining table, the moulded edged top with wind-out action on fo ...
SOLD £400
Lot 561
Est : £800 - £1000
A mid-20th century French pair of satin walnut pedestals, each of square section with recessed top o ...
SOLD £550
Lot 563
Est : £300 - £400
A George III mahogany chest, with cross banded moulded edged top over two short and three long grad ...
SOLD £1000
Lot 563
Est : £1500 - £2500
An Italian walnut and burrwood six-piece bedroom suite with giltwood scrolling mounts, comprising sh ...

The mainstay of a provincial auctioneer, this market has changed enormously over the years with the traditional “brown” furniture out of favour with today's buyers, but if it is of high quality and in good condition then the market is still very strong.

The “hot” market is the designer furniture from Scandinavia in the 1960/80’s as well as oak furniture from Yorkshire firms, such as the “Man” furniture from Mouseman, Rabbitman and Squirrelman. Another interesting subject are antique rugs and carpets where we have had some very good results over the last year. A highlight for the saleroom team was the honour of being asked by Holy Trinity Church in Hull to auction some redundant furniture from the church.

We sell in both our Antique and Fine Art sales as well as the regular Victorian and Home Furnishing auctions, depending on where we think the vendor will achieve the highest return.

If you have any enquiries with regard to the sale or insurance valuations of furniture please contact either of our expert valuers;

Contact

Andrew Spicer

DIRECTOR, VALUER & AUCTIONEER
T: (01377) 593593
E: ANDY@SPICERSAUCTIONEERS.COM

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