The Castro mug - one of only three produced as a prototype for collectables dealership UK International Ceramics - was sold to an Australian buyer online.
A rare and impressive large Victorian extending mahogany dining table, the rectangular top with moulded edge, having a double wind out mechanism (at both ends) on six carved baluster and fluted legs with heavy castors, with nine extension leaves, approx 18 feet fully extended.
A fine platinum diamond three stone ring, with a platinum plain polished shank and head with four claw settings, un hallmarked, set in the centre with one round brilliant cut diamond with a calculated carat weight of 1.46ct. Assessed colour H, assessed clarity VVS1. The centre diamond is flanked by two round brilliant cut diamonds with a calculated carat weight of 0.58ct and 0.60ct. Assessed colour H, assessed clarity VVS2-VS1. The total combined diamond carat weight is 2.64ct. Ring weight 11.2g, with a copy of insurance valuation, March 2020 at £28,500, size K.
Beryl COOK (1926-2008) oil on board 'Tic Tac Man', Purchased in 1987 from the Portal Gallery, London, titled verso, 76cm x 70cm (excluding frame), as featured in Beryl Cook's book 'London'. Beryl's inspiration came following a visit to The Harringay Greyhound Racing Stadium.'