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Another Chinese censer catching bidder interest

Chinese bronze censer

Clarks’ eclectic collective sale on July 28th sees the arrival of another good Chinese censer bowl. Auctioneer Paul Clark said, “It’s a very good piece in to sell & it will easily outstrip the attached come & get me guide”. The sale also sees several collections including tools, coins stamps, Liskeard glass & dolls incorporating a number by Armand Marseille.

An impressively proportioned studio pottery vase by Seth Cardew, decorated with birds & fish hopes for £200-250 while a Moorcroft pottery lamp asks £50-60. Other ceramic collectables on offer include a Clarice Cliff lily pad (£30-50) & a Beswick tiger (£30-40). A large collection of Liskeard glass hopes to raise interest among local buyers. Two nicely done millefiori paperweights (£30-40) catch the eye while four 1970’s knobbly glass vases really ought to sell at just £20-30.

The sale has some silver & jewellery too with an 18ct gold Albert chain having appeal at £1000-1500. An 1838, William IV Exeter silver medallion by Robert Williams with inscription relating to a Welsh Eisteddfod (£100-150) & Victorian five stone diamond ring (£600-700) also has chances as does an 18ct Romany diamond ring at £500-600. A 1913 Charles Horner Chester silver & enamel shamrock brooch should find a new home at £20-30 as should a 1944 A. H. Derby & Son enamelled floral brooch at the same guide. A set of four William IV London silver serving spoons by Randall Chatterton, dating to 1832 ask just £80-120 with interest expected in a 19thC. Persian silver inlaid steel dagger at £60-80.

If you have entries for our forthcoming sales or even New Year’s Day, please call 01579-349960 or visit the saleroom, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm at 2a2b Heathlands Road Ind. Est. Heathlands Road, Liskeard, PL144DH.