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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
George IIIrd mahogany chest of drawers c1800 SOLD$3,485.00
George IIIrd mahogany chest of drawers with its original swan neck handles c1800
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
Regency period mahogany card table c.1820$5,850.00
Regency period mahogany card table, in the manner of Gillows of Lancaster & London c1820
George IInd figured walnut bureau bookcase c.1730 SOLD$33,850.00
George IInd period figured walnut bureau bookcase, c1730. Adam Bowett illustrates a similar example with the trade label of John Gatehouse (died 1721). Ref: Early Georgian Furniture 1715-1740, Bowett.
George IIIrd mahogany stick barometer$4,985.00
George IIIrd mahogany stick barometer made by J Sillo, 4 Thomas Street Manchester, c1810
*SOLD* George IIIrd period mahogany tea table$1,985.00
George IIIrd period mahogany tea table, c1780
Late 19th century French gilt bronze cartel clock, signed ‘Loiseau et Cie, Bensancon’ : $2,985
Pair of fine late 19th Century Chinese cloisonne vases: $4,985
Carved Oak German Commode c.1750$9,985.00
A carved oak ‘arc en arbalette’ commode, German c1750.
pair silvered bronze rococo style candelabra, English c1840. $4,485
“Portrait of sir C W Bamfylde” Oil on canvas c.1720 by a follower of Godfrey Kneller: $12,985 SOLD
Louis XVth style Painted armoire$38,000.00
An exceptional Louis XVth style carved and painted armoire, two panels signed ‘J Godon 1883’. Jean Joseph Julien Godon was a French painter and decorative artist, born Paris 1839. He made his debut at the Paris Salon in 1868 (ref: Bénézit: Dictionary of Artists).
Gillows George IVth period mahogany cabinet c.1825$6,985.00
George IVth period mahogany cabinet, c1825, attributed to Gillows; the use of lobed melon feet and gadroon carved top edge are typical Gillow features; a portable writing drawer c1810-1820 from Richard Gillow II’s home Leighton Hall has similar gadrooned edge.