1. Moorcroft vase
This 1920s William Moorcroft baluster kind vase (pictured above) adorned in the Dawn Landscape pattern, 13in (32cm), has an estimate of £400-600 at W&H Peacock in Bedford on January 6.
2. Auctioneer’s variety plate
Whilst Brightwells stopped advertising antiques and high-quality art some time back, the Leominster business however conducts common income of traditional vehicles. At this time managing in an on-line sale of amount plates is this 1 with the registration AUC 710N.
By now bids have arrived at £2200 but the agency expects it could provide a five-figure sum when the sale closes on January 4.
3. Railway lamp
Mitchells’ initially-at any time Transportation & Maritime Sale will take place as a timed on line auction around the Christmas interval, managing until finally January 8.
The sale will incorporate every thing from car mascots, badges and vintage auto registration plates to road indications, journey publications and cruise-connected novelties. It also functions a assortment of maritime themed tons, these naval photos and ephemera, from a regional collector.
Pictured over is a Furness Railway three-element hand lamp dating from all around the late 19th or early 20th century. It measures 12in (30cm) tall and has brass-plated sides marked Messengers Patent Corrugated Lamp, F.R.C. No.2, Furness Railway Business Produced by Messengers & Sons, Birmingham and Nethertown. The outer glass front is intact with the burner and reservoir within.
4. Arts & Crafts silver goblet
This Arts & Crafts crushed silver goblet, London 1910, by makers Omar Ramsden and Alwyn Carr, is believed at £700-1000 at Rogers Jones in Colwyn Bay on January 10.
The central pedestal is embellished with ball and stylised leaf element and mounted with eight green cabochon variety stones. It is inscribed below the foundation Omar Ramsden et Alwyn Carr me fecerunt MCMX and functions monogrammed initials D M F to the higher bowl with June 10th 1937.
The goblet stands 4½in (11.5cm) large and weighs 4ozt.