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Fri 30th Jul - 10am to 6pm
We have a large collection of porcelain ware to include; various studio pottery, Charlotte Rhead and Royal Doulton Lambeth etc. Within this sale, we also have catagories such as Gold, Silver Jewellery, Ercol, Mid century and Antique Furnishings etc.
Viewing will be held on Thursday 29th and Friday 30th, 10am-6pm. Viewing is also available on sale day 9am-10.30am. The auction will take place on Saturday 31st July and kick off at 10.30am
Bidding can be done in person at our new saleroom, by commission bid or online with one of our online platfroms; Easy Live Auction or The Saleroom.com.
The new home of the Antique, Collector & Interior sale is: Lynburn Industrial Estate, Halbeath Place, KY11 4JT.
Due to demand and the need to turn our sales around quicker, we are now only sending small items, such as jewellery and non-fragile trinkets. For anything else a mailbox/courier will need to be arranged by yourself. Below are some suggestions to help...
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We hope you enjoy our upcoming sale :)
Bowler & Binnie Team.
Lot 62JA Vintage Cast iron cold painted Golly Money Bank. [15cm in height]
Originally handmade by mothers in Africa for their children from old fabric and cloth, the golly doll was adopted as the mascot and trademark for the Robertson's confectionery brand around 1910 after the company's founder John Robertson visited the US and noticed children playing with them. Robertson's Gollies have been collected by people across the UK and around the world for generations but garnered a contentious image in the 1980s because of links to racism. The trademark was removed from Robertson's branding in 2001. These items are listed on the basis they are illustrative of by a gone culture in which there were different social norms. We understand the potential controversy surrounding this type of item but believe that providing transparent information about historical context fosters greater understanding of our complex cultural history..
Lot 108A Lovely example of a Victorian French Boulle work ink well stand. Detailing gilt brass inlays and trims and tortoise shell background. Contains to cut glass and brass ink well pots. Inlays detail Pegasus to the centre, off set by harps and centurions playing pipes of pan. [11x36x25cm].
Lot 188An original bottle green Gilbert Rae, Dunfermline bottle with original stopper, Together with various Dunfermline books and others to include Kirk- Session records of Dunfermline dated 1865, Andrew Carnegie's own story- dated 1931, Dunfermline Official guide, A short history of Edinburgh Castle by W. Forbes Gray- dated 1948 and Edgar Allan Poes Tales..
Estimate: £30 - £60