Furniture and Garden Ornaments

Much has been said these past few years about the state of the furniture market and particularly ‘brown furniture’, and although the prices achieved are not what they use to be, small pieces of Georgian oak, walnut and mahogany furniture in good original condition are still desired and usually sell if priced realistically. Like many other areas of collecting much of the market in furniture has moved towards the retro period and in particular for designer pieces, especially of Scandinavian and Italian design.

The market for Garden ornaments can be quite seasonal, though the better pieces will make their prices no matter what time of the year. Our sales often include various items of garden furniture, and often stoneware planters, and statuary also can be found.

 

 CONTACT A VALUER

Simon Brown

01628 531500

info@bourneendauctionrooms.co.uk

 


Departmental Highlights

desk picture 3Hammer Price £1500 : Inlaid mahogany ladies writing desk, c1900.
45 march 2014Hammer Price £2300 : A Georgian or later mahogany rococo chest.

Hammer price £750 : A white marble plaque carved in relief with winged cherubs on a horse drawn chariot.

 

Hammer Price £260 : A late 18th century oak chest having two short and two long drawer standing on ball feet .


56 march 2013Hammer Price £1200 : Circa 1780 – a pair of large 18th century wing back baronial armchairs on carved cabriole legs.

Hammer Price £150 : A Victorian inlaid walnut Davenport, inset green leather scriber with gilt tool work, four side drawers and four blind drawers on castors.

109 sept 2014Hammer Price £110 : A pair of William IV pedestal garden Portland cement urns on square bases, 16″ high Estimate.
55 march 2014Hammer Price £420 : A 19th century cast iron garden bench.