A 1970s dining table. The shaped steel frame clad in stainless steel, with an aluminium perimeter, supporting a single slab of thick Cararra marble. Additional Dimensions Height to the table under side 69.5 cm
A large scratch built vintage display model of a British Mono-plane fighter aircraft of the 1920s, similar to a Bristol Bullfinch. Additional Dimensions Height 55 cm Wing span 239 cm Nose to tail 142 cm
A white glazed ceramic bowl on pedestal. Originally a wash basin, this durable piece can be re-purposed as a garden fountain. Additional Dimensions Depth of bowl 12 cm Base 56 cm square Waste Diameter 10 cm
Two original, untouched ‘Rochester’ lights by Suggs. These 1930s Chrome plated light fittings with opaque glass domes are six burner models. They are fitted with original gas light mechanisms and will require conversion to electricity. They were removed and mothballed during WWII. We currently have four of these available.
A glazed ceramic garden sundial with bronze sundial plate, attributed to LEFCO (Leeds Fire Clay Company) This design is a copy of a sundial produced in terracotta and stoneware by Compton in the early 20th century.
This half life size Maquette of the champion thoroughbred steeplechaser Red Rum, commissioned in 1978, was used to create the bronze sculpture that stands in Southport. The sculptor, Annette Yarrow (B. 1932 ) also created the full size figure of Red Rum at Aintree Racecourse.