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September 11, 2016, 04:56 PM

Antique oak panelling top lot at T W Gaze

By Thornton Kay

Stone mullioned oriel window 440 [photo Gaze

 
Antique oak panelling 2,800 [photo Gaze
 
19thC iron games bench 1,000 [photo Gaze
 
Life size bronzed stag 2,100 [photo Gaze
   

Norfolk, UK - The architectural salvage and garden antiques sale at Gaze last Saturday featured some relatively high value antique and reclaimed lots, highest of which was a run of 18th century oak panelling at 2,800 (plus 15% buyer's premium), followed by a reclaimed carved limestone fireplace in the Victorian baronial gothic-revival manner, catalogued as after a 16th century original, which sold for 2,600. A reproduction bateau bath made 650, a run of cast iron twin balusters sold for 1,200 and a set of late 19th century iron gates made 1,400. An antique stone mullioned oriel window, possibly Bath stone, made 440.

Among the garden ornament lots were a copper fountain at 1,500, a 9ft tall 'bronzed' 16 point stag fetched 2,100, an antiques games seat, 19th century with reeded looped back and folding footrest, sold for 1,000, a set of four seasons made 1,700 and a wood chicken house, with barrel top corrugated tin roof, iron wheels and steerable frame, sold for 800.

Reclaimed materials included pamments of which 144no 9ins sq sold for 600, and around 50sqm of good-looking clean Georgian pine floorboards, 8ins and 9ins wide of long lengths sold for 1,300.

Gaze rural and domestic bygones sale is scheduled for Saturday 8th October.

T W Gaze Llp

Story Type:  Auction Report

ID: 96762

        
 
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