Miscellaneous electrical items including a convector heater, a tablelamp, a toaster, a kettle, a fan heater, and a decorative wrought iron standard lamp. (6)
A pair of pine bedside cabinets, each with three knobbed drawers above shaped aprons. (2)
A nineteenth century oak table, having rectangular top supported on square tapering legs - formerly with drop leaves & gates.
A quantity of stainless steel cutlery; and various kitchen utensils including knives, a tin opener, a chopper, a press, scissors, etc. (A lot)
A serpentine fronted lloyd loom style ottoman, with upholstered hinged lid.
Three ceramics tablelamps of baluster form mounted with tapering shades. (3)
A tall pine cracket stool, the angled legs joined by stretchers; and two other pine crackets. (3)
A late Victorian walnut side table with rectangular chamfered top above a plain frieze, supported on turned tapering column legs.
A stained corner cabinet with shaped pediment above a glazed door with curved spandrels.
Two Victorian 'D' shaped mahogany dressing table mirrors with bobbin turned columns; and another with barleytwist columns above a serpentine plinth - all with no mirrors. (3)
Vernon, lithographic coloured print titled Returning Spring, depicting irises, mounted and framed.
Oils on board, three Indonesian rural village landscape scenes. (15in x 15in) (3)
A contemporary rectangular stained pine framed mirror.
A 6ft tubular chrome clothes rail, breaking into sections, raised on casters.
A set of five 24 carat gold plated crowns commemorating First World War battles, complete with certificates; and four other commemorative royal crowns. (9)
A painted open corner cabinet with three rounded shelves; and a rectangular 70s table supported on square metal column legs. (2)
Three framed north-east Victorian broadside songs, the plates printed in Durham and Newcastle with engravings. (27.5in x 14in ext)
Miscellaneous ceramics including a blue & white tureen & cover, three Franklin Mint dog plates, commemorative mugs, a JE Heath twelve-piece coffee set, jugs, etc. (A lot)
A contemporary leather stool, the shaped padded seat on column with circular base.
A pair of Victorian upholstered oak dining chairs with carved backs above sprung seats, raised on turned legs with casters; another Victorian mahogany upholstered chair on fluted tapering legs with casters; and an oak chair with scroll carved back rail above slats framed by barleytwist columns, the rush seat supported on bobbin turned legs. (4)
A pair of Victorian balloon back dining chairs raised on turned tapering legs - requiring upholstery; and an Edwardian bedroom chair, formerly caned, supported on turned legs & stretchers. (3)
Chambers Encyclopaedia, ten leatherbound volumes with gilt tooling; 22 Britannica volumes; and Chambers Cyclopaedia of English Literature in three volumes. (35)
A set of six boxed Corgi Noddy in Toyland model die-cast groups - Big Ears, Gobbo, Mr Milko, PC Plod, Mr Sparks & Noddy. (6)
A bowfronted lloyd loom style bedside cabinet with open compartment above a cupboard; a cane corner whatnot with four rounded shelves; and a small cane hanging corner rack with two shelves. (3)
Miscellaneous ceramics including a Linthorpe scalloped Dresser bowl, delft, a Wedgwood willow bowl, Pendelphin, vases, ashtrays, a Hanley Blue John pottery vase, a Staffordshire ashet, an oil lamp on bracket, etc. (A lot)