The Dunsmore Hall Farm Collection
Leighton Hall Auctions are extremely proud to offer the contents of Dunsmore Hall Farm for sale throughout the next few auctions! Dunsmore Hall Farm is an 18th century country house in Warwickshire and we cant wait to present the lots on behalf of the vendors!
Included in this genuine sale of house contents are some quality lots including quality furniture to include a George III Welsh oak dresser, George II walnut lowboy, a Victorian scrub top pine kitchen table amongst many more items.
There is also a vast collection of silver items to include a 3-piece tea set (1120 grams gross weight), Georgian oval shaped silver (694 grams) and many more items from the Georgian era until mid 20th century pieces too! There are also some great gold items too including a fabulous Asian gold coloured metal brooch and pendant!
As well as this, there is also an extensive collection of pottery to include a vast collection of 19th century blue and white items by various English makers together with a huge quantity of 19th century tea and soup bowls. There is also a superb part tea set, which we believe to be by H and R Daniel.
Although damaged, we also have some great oriental pieces entered into the sale from the estate amongst many more items to include oriental bronze figures and much more!
There is also much more from the country house such as 19th century oil paintings, prints and general household effects which we can't wait to present to you throughout the first half of 2021!
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(Please Note: if you would like to view the items or collect your purchases, you must arrange it with us to prior to arriving at our premises. All lots are securely stored off-site so to ensure we can have them ready for you, you must contact us in advance!)
(Lot 218: Asian gold coloured metal brooch & pendant set turquoise with enamel decoration: Tested as higher carat gold, with loses to both stones & enamel, gross weight 22.7g. Estimate: £350 - £700. This was believed to be a piece of costume jewellery which the vendor had valued prior to contacting us! We ensured it was tested revealing it was in fact a higher carat gold brooch!)