Take a look at some of the sale highlights that fetched a good price at our March Fine Art sale, including a large selection of rare British pottery, coins, art and more.
These gorgeous William Moorcroft vases were very popular at our March Fine Art auction. (L-R) Lot 1100 is a Moorcroft flambe vase in the fish design that sold for an outstanding £4,100, Lot 1011 is a Moorcroft squat vase in the Claremont design that sold for £2400, and Lot 1099 is a Moorcroft vase in the pomegranate design that sold for £2000.
The first Louis Taylor Fine Art sale of 2022 took place this month on Thursday 10th, Friday 11th and Saturday 12th March and featured an exciting array of items, from rare coins and art pieces to a very large assortment of rare British pottery and more.
Plenty of lots from our Fine Art auction live from the Silverdale Saleroom sold for a good price, so check out some of the highlights from our most recent auction below. Who knows? Maybe they’ll provide some inspiration if you have a valuation in mind.
The top selling lot and star of this month’s Fine Art auction was this 1937 George VI gold proof four coin specimen set. Comprising of a five pound coin, double sovereign, sovereign and half sovereign in their original tooled leather fitted case, only around 5000 of these sets exist. It sold for a whopping £10,200!
This cased 22ct gold limited edition Winston Churchill medallion 222/500 generated a hammer price of an incredible £4,200.
Lot 1267 is an original signed print 28/75 of L S Lowry ‘Tree in a Square’ that sold for an astounding £6,200 this past weekend.
As always, pottery pieces proved very popular at auction this month and we saw a large quantity of rare pottery, including vases, jugs and figurines from famous names such as Royal Doulton, Royal Worcester and Moorcroft, pass through our saleroom and fetch some amazing prices. Check out some of the best performing lots below.
Lot 380 is a rare Doulton & Co double figure "Spooks" HN88 in a green Titanian type glaze with green and black caps, signed By C J Noke and marked no 1. This special piece ultimately sold for an incredible £5,300!
Royal Doulton character jugs always pique our customers interest at our Silverdale saleroom, and these Old Hollywood prototype character jugs were no exception. (L-R) This Royal Doulton large prototype Marilyn Monroe character jug sold for £3,100, while the intermediate prototype John Wayne and Marlon Brando character jugs sold for £2,000 and £1,900 each, respectively. They were designed in 2005 for the Celebrity Film Star Collection but never put into production.
Lot 599 is a superb pair of large Doulton Lambeth Stoneware vases by Hannah Barlow and Lucy Barlow; one decorated with horses with haycart and the other with horses and donkey. They sold together for a very respectable £1,700.
These absolutely stunning hand painted Royal Worcester two-handled gilded vases sold for between £2,500-£3,000 each!
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