As Mundodorantes.com customer, you have several options for collection or delivery of the lots that you purchase on our website, either by direct sale or by auction:
Collection at MundoDorantes facilities You can pick up your lots at our facilities in Lebrija (Seville), once you have been informed by email that the lots are available. You can check our address and the schedule of our collection calendar on our CONTACT section.
Delivery by Transport Agency:
If the delivery address is in the Iberian peninsula or in one of the countries indicated in our shipping table, the shipping costs will be automatically added to the sales invoice, these are automatically calculated according to the weight table. (SEE SHIPPING TABLE)
If the delivery address is not in the Iberian Peninsula or in our table of countries, MundoDorantes will send your order in the days following the purchase, with an estimate for settlement with the costs of transport and packaging
Collection of lots by your private carrier:
You can use your own means of transport or hire the one of your choice directly. In this case, only, the packaging would be charged if it were necessary.
Picnic basket in cowhide signed by “Barrett & Sons”.
Picnic basket in cowhide signed by “Barrett & Sons” from the late 19th century. Lock by strap and silver buckle. It is made up of a kettle, burner cage, burner, boxes for water, tea, sugar, cookies, a glass jar and a box of matches. The lid contains two teaspoons.
Andrew Barrett was born in Ireland in 1819 but had set up in business in London as a brush and comb maker by 1846 at 118 Piccadilly. By 1852 he had moved to 86A Edgware Road. By 1865 he is also listed as a sponge importer and his premises have greatly increased to include 53 Albermarle St, 63 & 64 Piccadilly, 186 Oxford St and 29 St. Georges Pl. as well as his Edgware Road address. By 1880 he had moved from Edgware Road, and Oxford Street which was occupied by Charles Usher who described himself as late Andrew Barrett and conducted a similar business. Usher was likely an employee who set up on his own when the premises became available. Barrett kept the Piccadilly and Albermarle addresses and infact had added premises at 157 – 158 Piccadilly by 1894. By 1899 his sons had joined the business and they had expanded to 52 & 53 Albermarle St. and 372 Oxford St whilst retaining their Piccadilly addresses. With the exception of Oxford Street, they still had these addresses in 1912. Although Barretts started off, and are primarily listed in the trade directories as Brush Manufacturers, the company expanded and diversified to include trunk making and selling a range of travel equipment. They are know to have retailed silver items made by Henry Cooper & Sons of Birmingham.
Late 19th century cardboard picnic basket manufactured by “SIRRAM”
Late 19th century cardboard picnic basket manufactured by “SIRRAM”, includes a leather handle and metal spring closure. It contains a kettle, a burner signed by the manufacturer, a bottle for alcohol and a bottle of cream milk in zinc sheet with brass caps. Two sets of cup and plate, and sugar bowl in English ceramic. There are two spoons and a knife on the lid.
Picnic basket in cowhide signed by the manufacturer “SIRRAM”.
Picnic basket in cowhide from the late nineteenth century. Includes a top cover with a handle and a front cover lined inside with silver sheet. Functional latch lock with locking key. It contains a kettle, a burner cage, a burner signed by the manufacturer “SIRRAM”, a glass milk jug with silver cap, a box for sugar and tea, a sandwich maker, a set of two enameled and glazed ceramic cups and plates with decorative motifs. The lid contains two teaspoons and a lighter.
Box signed by “MAGASINS CHALONS, ALEXANDRIE”, lined in rice grain canvas with manufacturer’s screen printing, reinforced by oak wood slats and leather bands received with studs, metal reinforcements in brass, and leather handle. Beige canvas interior with striped motifs.
2.237,47€ VAT included
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