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Rosewood two drawer writing table & Piano stool SOLD$12,485.00
A George IVth rosewood two drawer writing table, with finely carved details, c1825, attributed to Gillows of Lancaster and London
Regency Period mahogany piano stool c.1810 Attributed to Gillows of Lancaster and London.
Seuffert style specimen timber and oak wine table c.1880 SOLD$5,685.00
A late 19th century oak and specimen timber wine table from New Zealand in the style of the Seuffert family, c1880.
Pair late 19th century walnut and gilt jardinieres SOLD$4,985.00
Pair late 19th century walnut and gilt jardinieres, c1880
Walnut and marble topped commode (SOLD) & Bronze Clock & Candelabra$4,985.00
Louis Philippe walnut and marble topped commode c1840: $4985
pair French bronze and gilt bronze candelabra c1820: $5685
Empire period French bronze & gilt bronze clock c1815: $4485
French poplar farmhouse table with 18th Century Chairs$5,685.00
A French cherrywood and poplar extension farmhouse table c1920: $5,685
Length: 200cm (434cm when extended) Width: 95cm Height: 75cm
Chippendale style Scottish birch elbow chair c1830: $1,485
Chippendale period ball and claw mahogany dining chair c1770: $1,595 : SOLD
Dutch mahogany elbow chair c1890: $985
English arts and craft engraved glass and copper mirror c.1910: $1,295
A Spanish 17th Century style carved walnut slim table c.1900$2,985.00
A Spanish 17th Century style carved walnut slim table c.1900
“Tobias & the Angel” Oil on canvas c1700, in the manner of Mattia Preti & signed ‘M.P.’ in monogram. : $9,850
Anglo-Chinese campaign secretaire cabinet c.1830$9,850.00
An Anglo-Chinese campaign secretaire cabinet in camphorwood with ebony stringing c1830, with its original Bramah lock.
French poplar & beech country table$4,985.00
A late 19th century French poplar & beech country table circa 1890, 392cm fully extended
A set of eight George IIIrd period walnut dining chairs c1780, in the Chippendale style. SOLD
George IIIrd period chest on chest$10,985.00
George IIIrd period chest on chest made entirely of chestnut. Unusually for a country piece of the 18th century, this piece retains its original handles and feet. British c1770.
‘Lyre’ Fronted Mahogany & Rosewood Chairs – SOLD$8,985.00
Two similar, ‘lyre’ fronted library chairs in the manner of Gillows of Lancaster & London, one in rosewood and the other in mahogany, both George IVth period c1825;
$8985 Each Chair SOLD
a 19th century beech and leather bound close stool: ‘Les Mystères de Paris’ c1860