Garden furnishings at auction

AUCTION DATES

Please refer to the websites of each company to see the most recent updates on auction postponements and cancellations.

John Taylors, Louth
Antiques and Collectables, Tue 23rd June, 10am.

Robert Bell & Co, Horncastle
Catalogued Antique Sale, Wed 24th June, 10am.

Golding Young and
Mawer, Bourne
Collective Sale, Wed & Thu 10th & 11th June, 10am.

Golding Young and
Mawer, Lincoln
Collective Sale, Wed &
Thu 17th & 18th June, 10am.
Lincoln Militaria Sale inc Dambuster Collection,
Wed 17th June, 7pm

Batemans of Stamford
Fine Art, Antiques and Specialist Collectors,
Sat 13th June, 10am.

Stamford Auction
Rooms, Stamford
Antiques, Collectables, Household, Home
and Garden,
Sat 13th June, 10am.
Specialist Jewellery, Silver, Gold and Objets d’art, Sat 27th June, 10am.

Unique Auctions, Lincoln
Every Wednesday Evening Antiques, Collectors & General Evening
Auction, 6pm.
Every 2nd Friday Antiques, General & Collectors, 9am
4th Friday and Sunday of the month:
Friday Antiques, General
& Collectors, 9am.
Sunday Antiques & Collectors, 9am.


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June 2020

By William Gregory MRICS Golding Young and Mawer.
‘Times are a changin’ and the term gardening leave has taken on a whole new meaning. For those caught at home with a garden in this lockdown period, the temptation to tend the plants and mow the lawn will result in some very tidy views.

Green fingers wanting to add to the effect can be used at online auctions to bid for the vast array of garden effects that regularly appear at the sale rooms.

Coalbrookdale is a name associated with decorative metal work. By the time of the industrial revolution the Shropshire village had became an important producer of iron and throughout the 19th century, decorative cast iron; this led to the production of some fine garden furnishings such as benches, tables, urns and even verandas.

The elegant castings using floral motifs and wooden slats make them a handsome addition to the garden. Campana urns bring a classical form and although originally displayed empty on terrace ends, today they are regularly used as floral planters both singly or in pairs. This can also be seen with Georgian lead wares and stone troughs.

The Victorian period produced a host of garden furnishings and effects, which continue to influence garden design. One such example is an early 20th century stone dog fountain drinking trough that recently sold at auction for £280.



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