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The Bazaar
6th November 2014

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Fine Wines, Ports and Spirits Auction

3rd Dec 2014

 

 

 

The spa town of Harrogate has long been recognised as a major centre for antiques and the arts and Morphets, situated in the heart of the town, is one of Harrogate’s longest established businesses. Morphets Of Harrogate was established in 1895 and takes its name from founder Horatio Morphet.

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Fine Art & Antiques
Thursday 11th September 10am

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REJLANDER (OSCAR), AN ALBUM OF SEVENTY ALBUMEN PRINTS, CIRCA 1865-66

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SOLD FOR £70,000

ARR BRIAN SHIELDS 'BRAAQ' (1951-1997), 'York Races'

Est £45000-£50000

 


 

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Fine Art and Antiques Sale

11th Sept 2014

REJLANDER (OSCAR), AN ALBUM OF SEVENTY ALBUMEN PRINTS, CIRCA 1865-66

Sold for £70,000

See Link to album below

HENDRIK WILLEM MESDAG (Dutch 1831-1915), Preparing to Unload the Catch
Sold for £16,000

Wisden (John) CRICKETER'S ALMANACK 1932-66 (lacking 1944 and 1946) 1932-36
Sold for £1,800

DAVID HICKS, c.1970s, A set of eight open armchairs of Adam influence

Sold for £3,500

A VICTORIAN OPAL AND DIAMOND BROOCH-PENDANT

Sold for £1,250

A LARGE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE DISH, 17TH CENTURY, late Ming

Sold for £380

THE GIFT OF PRINCE GEORGE, DUKE OF YORK TO THE REVEREND CANON JOHN NEALE DALTON, a pair of 15ct gold and crystal cabochon intaglio cufflinks

Est £2000-£3000

Sold for £1,900

A LARGE AND IMPRESSIVE PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER 'OLD IVORY' VASES AND COVERS, circa 1885

Sold for £,1300

A PAIR OF THOMPSON OF KILBURN 'MOUSEMAN' OAK ARMCHAIRS

£700-£1000

Sold for £1,500

A GENTLEMAN'S ROLEX SPEED KING PRECISION WRISTWATCH, c.1970s

Sold for £550

A WEDGWOOD LUSTRE 'NIZAMI' PATTERN DISH BY DAISY MAKEIG-JONES