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Grafton Chair and 1 other at my local saleroom.

posted 9 Nov 2015, 05:31 by Steven Coles   [ updated 11 Nov 2015, 09:44 ]
Updated with sold prices.

Sale date: 11/11/2015. Jubille auction rooms, Pewsey, Wilts.

Really nice Grafton armchair with original cushion and castors. It is in need of a new seat but don't let that put you off its a good deep chair.

Here is a link to it on the saleroom: http://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/jubileeauctions/catalogue-id-jubile10003/lot-4f60f911-26a0-4532-b24d-a54700a13310

Howard grafton
My guesstimate would be £1800. Sold For £3700+commision. Congratulations to the team at Jubille auction rooms thats a great price.

There is also this interesting chair which is not a Howard. A bit shallower than the grafton, not in need of a great deal of work. The chair is covered in a green and white ticking marked with the initials "pu" it even covers the legs so if there is a stamp it cant be seen. It is obviously a good quality chair and will probaby sell for a tenth of what a Howard would.

Saleroom link: http://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/jubileeauctions/catalogue-id-jubile10003/lot-6c9b1b5b-986a-4e7a-ac54-a54700a13310

bridgewater style
My guesstimate is the same as the auction rooms: £200-£300. Sold for £660+Commision I think there was a little confusion at the end, a good price if that is what it finished at.