Victorian, Edwardian and
General Household Sale
Wednesday 30th April
starting at 10am
Poole Pottery vase
To include a varied selection of tools, Pinnacle Minor Drill Mill (model PDM-20), ladders, Outback Trooper gas BBQ and teak garden table and chairs ........
China: Poole, Coalport figurines, Crown Devon, Goebel figures, Losolware, Nat West Pigs, Maling, Nao, blue and white china, Ringtons, Royal Albert 'Old Country Roses' tea china, Collector's Plates ........
Glassware: pressed glass decanters, cranberry glass, coloured and clear glass, glass rolling pin, vases and drinking glasses ........
Collector's Items: barometer, inlaid tea caddy, walking sticks, copper pans, Bakelite telephones, boxed top hat, stamp albums, postcards, typewriters, Toys including: ranch and fort, Matchbox cars, Days Gone boxed cars, Brio of Sweden 'Manfard Till 1000' ........
Costume Jewellery, Silver and Silver-plated items, Books, Clocks, Mirrors, Linen, Prints and Paintings....
White Goods, Kitchen ware, Sofas, Dining and Bedroom Furniture and many other Household
items and furniture.
Retro 1960's 'Rebound' board game
Saturday 26th April 10am - 1pm
Tuesday 29th April 2pm - 6pm
and on the morning of the sale from 9am
You can view our catalogue on-line at
close of business Friday 25th April
Any queries please call us on
0191 537 2630
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or come and see us in person
at our Saleroom in East Boldon
Entries are now accepted for our next
Fine Art & Antique Sale
Wednesday 11th June
One of the lots already consigned for this sale is this
striking Tangerine Orange Whitefriars TV vase.
Whitefriars Glass was a company of English glassmakers and stained glass window manufacturers, (also known as James Powell and Sons) which had been in existence since the 17th century.
However it was not until after World War II that the TV vase above came into being.
The firm of Whitefriars was selected as an outstanding example of modern British Industry by the Festival of Britain held in 1951. From 1962 Whitefriars Glass Ltd as it was now known specialised in freeform domestic glassware until Caithness Glass took over in 1981.
Employed as a designer in 1954 was Art student Geoffrey Baxter and it is his innovative flair which saw the introduction of the Television vase, Drunken Bricklayer vase and Banjo vase range of coloured textured vases.
As part of the production process Geoffrey Baxter used nails and bark and the like to produce moulds for the vases whilst also introducing vibrant colours such as Ruby, Kingfisher Blue, Meadow Green, Tangerine Orange, Pewter, Indigo, Cinnamon and Aubergine in 1969.
Geoffrey Baxter worked for Whitefriars Glass Ltd until its closure when the high labour costs of handmade glass made the company uncompetitive.
Closing date for entries for the Fine Art and Antique Sale is Friday 23rd May
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FREE Open Valuation Sessions
at Boldon Auction Galleries
Friday 2nd May 10-12noon and 2-4pm
Saturday 3rd May 10-12noon
Friday 16th May 10-12noon and 2-4pm
Saturday 16th May 10-12noon
Friday 30th May 10-12noon and 2-4pm
Please bring 6 items or less and pop in
between these times.
If this date is not suitable please call
0191 537 2630 and we will arrange a
more convenient appointment.
To keep up to date with all our Sale Dates
and Valuation Sessions please see our
weekly updated calendar
pick one up from the saleroom or call us
on 0191 537 2630 and we will post one
out to you.
One of a large pair of "very comfortable" (according to our Auctioneer Giles!!) easy armchairs
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5th March Fine Art and Antique Sale can be viewed
on our News page at http://www.boldonauctions.co.uk
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