Architectural and Garden

A life-size bronze model of a stag - £1,650

A 19th century verdigris bronze and polychrome painted wooden font, in the style of William Burges, (1827-1881) of architectural form, with a removable cover, the spire above four pointed turrets, the underside painted with gilt stars, 100cm high - Sold for £780

Paul Vanstone (b1967) *ARR, a carved grey veined white marble garden sculpture in the form of a bust of an angel, on a black marble plinth base, 180cm high overall - Sold for £3,000

A very large metal model of a horse, 310cm high - Sold for £1,150

An early 20th century Russian bronze ship's bell, with an iron clapper and a relief inscribed frieze, from the Imperial Russian battleship Peresvet, 35cm high overall - Sold for £1,350

A Coalbrookdale style white painted cast iron garden bench, of twig, oak leaf and snake design, 130cm - Sold for £480

A 19th century cast iron garden fountain, on dolphin supports, 75cm, Sold for £550

A Shell advertising glass petrol pump top, together with another, 42cm tall - Sold for £700

A pair of large antique brass fire dogs, with turned decoration, on claw and ball feet, 67cm high - Sold for £240

A large copper kettle, 106cm - Sold for £320

A pair of mid 20th century white painted cast iron 'Bilston' garden chairs, designed by Edward Bawden, 1903-1989, each with a geometric back and slatted wooden seat, 56cm wide These chairs were advertised in 1956 as being a new design by Bawden, manufactured at the Bilston Foundries Limited, in Staffordshire. According to the family this particular pair were a gift from Randolph Churchill - Sold for £1,200

A Neoclassical painted cast iron garden urn, decorated with swags, 80cm high - Sold for £140

A vintage enamel advertising sign, 'Grape Nuts', 94 x 181cm - Sold for £290

A terracotta garden obelisk, on a matching base, 161cm high - Sold for £420

A green painted wooden coffin barrow, 197cm - Sold for £150

A Toro wheelhorse petrol lawnmower - Sold for £700

A WBR horse drawn carriage, 250cm long - Sold for £580

A pair of large terracotta planters, each on a pedestal base, 103cm high - Sold for £460

A pair of large stone planters, on column bases, 100cm high - £420

A 19th century copper copper, of riveted circular shape, 98cm - Sold for £950

A vintage enamel advertising sign, 'Woodbine cigarettes', 152 x 93cm - Sold for £110

A pair of antique carved marble corbels, each with scrolled and reeded decoration, each 26cm high - Sold for £110

A vintage enamel advertising sign, 'Lambert's Teas', 61 x 76cm - Sold for £70

A large 19th century painted cast iron garden urn, of campana shape, on a pedestal base, 124cm high - Sold for £190

A 19th century verdigris bronze and polychrome painted wooden font, in the style of William Burges, (1827-1881) of architectural form, with a removable cover, the spire above four pointed turrets, the underside painted with gilt stars, 100cm high - Sold for £780