This 1960s sideboard by Gordon Russell went for a song at auction. I wish I’d been in the salesroom!
These Staffordshire cats, made in the third quarter of the 19th century, were not originally a pair but sit beautifully together despite the height difference. Estimate £200-£300
The ‘show-wood’ frame of this early Victorian chaise longue has the lovely patina of age and is finished with a scrolling end, carved legs and brass castors. Estimate £300-£400
Turquoise has been a popular stone since the 19th century. In this bracelet of c1955, it’s set into navette-shaped plaques with yellow metal rope twists. Estimate £1,200-£1,500