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Steam engines, tribal art and more at Summers Place

Posted on | By Thornton Kay
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West Sussex, UK - Summers Place has added a big tribal art section and a small model steam engine collection to this month's sale in addition to the normal garden and architectural antiques, mineralogy, sculpture, bygones and ephemera - oh, and a revamped speedy website.

Top estimate of the 566 lot sale at £45,000 is a tribal art Mother and Child sculpture, Mabea, Cameroon, 1920s - 1930s, 82cm which was once owned by a friend of Salvador Dali.

A rare French 1940s painted sheet metal child’s pedal boat, made by Eureka and named Miss Minnetonka 2.5m long is guided at £7,000.

An Edwardian brass lantern with convex starburst glazed oval panels and matching tinted yellow pattern glass 45cm high by 35cm square estimate £600. A set of four 64cm high Venetian sheet metal pole lamps £150.

The live auction is on 12 June, and sealed bid on 13 June.

Summers Place Auctions

Story Type: Auction Report