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MACKINNON fine furniture


A Pair of Cloisonné Elephants

China, circa 1796 -1820 A fine and rare pair of large Chinese caparisoned cloisonné elephants, each standing four square, each with their head turned and trunk curled and raised, the wrinkled skin depicted with linear cloisons on a white ground, each supporting a wide elaborate saddle carpet on its back, upon which rests a large double gourdshaped vase, the saddle and vase scrolling foliate lotus design bordered by cobaltblue key fret, all reserved on a yellow or turquoise ground. Height: 12 ¼ in (31 cm) Width: 10 ¼ in (26 cm) £ 48,000 AD.155


A Pair of CloisonnĂŠ Elephants


A Black Lacquer Low Table The panel China, 18th century An 18th century Chinese black lacquer panel mounted on a modern base as a low table. The panel decorated with landscapes and garden pavilions in gilt highlights, standing on a base with square chamfered legs with stylised scroll feet and pierced corner brackets. Height: 16 1/8 in (41 cm) Width: 43 1/4 in (110 cm) Depth: 19 1/4 in (49 cm) ÂŁ 4,500 O03.35


A Pair of Foot Stools England, circa 1880 A rare and charming pair of Aesthetic Movement oak footstools, the carved and detailed X-frames supporting drop in upholstered pad cushions. Height: 5 7/8 in (15 cm) Width: 14 3/8 in (36.5 cm) Depth: 10 5/8 in (27 cm) ÂŁ4,850 the pair AD.152


Studies of Sheep by Jan Van Ravenswaay Holland, dated 1823 Studies of Sheep by Jan van Ravenswaay (1789-1869). Signed and dated 1823 lower right. red chalk. Mounted and framed. Height: 8 1/4 in (21 cm) Width: 12 1/2 in (32 cm)

ÂŁ 2,450 N06.108


A Pair of Sang de Boeuf Lamps The vases Chinese, 20th Century A fine pair of large Chinese sang de boeuf flambé glazed ceramic vases Now mounted as lamps with handgilded turned bases. Height of vases: 20 ¾ in (52.5 cm) Including bases, excluding electrical filaments and lampshades.

£ 5,500 the pair AD.148


A Queen Anne Walnut Table Bureau England, circa 1710 A rare Queen Anne miniature table bureau in burr walnut and walnut of excellent colour. With a fitted tiered interior and a lower drawer and lopers. Inlaid throughout with feather bandings. Standing on moulded bracket feet. With carrying handles. Height: 8 ¾ in (22.5cm) Width: 16 ¼ in (41 cm) Depth: 9 ¾ in (25 cm) £ 6,850 AD 157


A George III Painted Parcel-Gilt Armchair England, circa 1770 A very fine George III painted and parcel-gilt Chippendale period armchair. In the neo-classical taste, the oval upholstered back with fluted show-frame, the exposed seat frame similarly detailed, the armrests and square tapering legs carved with harebells. The paintwork and gilding with lovely age and patina. Height: 37 ¾ in (96 cm) Width: 24 ½ in (62 cm) Depth: 20 ¾ in (53 cm) £ 8,500 O06.71


A George III Giltwood Mirror England, circa 1770 A fine George III carved giltwood mirror, the shaped plate held within a frame finely carved with ribbontied leafy branches. Height: 42 in (107 cm) Width: 25 ½ in (65 cm) £ 18,500 O06.76


An Imari Lamp The vase Japanese, early 18th century A very fine large early 18th century Japanese Imari vase, now mounted as a lamp with a hand gilded turned base. Height of vase: 17 in (43 cm) Including base, but excluding electrical fitment and lampshade. All of our lamps can be wired for use worldwide. A selection of card, linen and silk lampshades can be supplied on request. ÂŁ4,850 AD.158


A George III Mahogany Chest of Drawers England, circa 1760 A fine George III Chippendale period serpentine front chest of drawers of rare small proportions, with a brushing slide above four graduated serpentine drawers, each with swan neck handles. The serpentine top cross-banded and with segmented radial veneers around a fantastic oval panel of flame mahogany. With checker stringing inlaid throughout. Standing on shaped bracket feet. With inlaid canted corners. The mahogany of superb colour throughout. Height: 32 ¾ in (83 cm) Width: 35 in (89 cm) Depth: 20 ½ in (52 cm) £ 18,500 O06.83


A Set of Brass and Steel Fire Irons England, circa 1840 A fine set of 19th century brass and steel fire tools, comprising a poker, tongs and finely pierce decorated shovel. With beautiful spiral twist shafts. Length of poker: 26 in (66 cm) ÂŁ 3,850 the set AD.112


A Pair of Painted Wall Appliques Italy, circa 1900 A very attractive and unusual pair of wall appliques in the Baroque taste. The finely carved and painted frames in the form of scrolling acanthus leaves, each having eight outswept candle arms, the nozzles carved in the form of flowers. Beautiful muted colours. Height : 31 ½ in (80 cm) Width : 23“ in (59 cm) £ 14,500 the pair AD.135


A Pair of Painted Wall Appliques


A Pair of Cloisonné Ducks

China, circa 1795 A very fine and charming pair of Chinese Qianlong Dynasty cloisonné enamel ducks, beautifully decorated throughout, and standing on later ebonised plinths. Height: 5 1/2 in (14 cm) Width: 5 1/8 in (13 cm) £ 12,500 the pair FB.14


A Pair of Cloisonné Ducks

China, circa 1795 A very fine and charming pair of Chinese Qianlong Dynasty cloisonné enamel ducks, beautifully decorated throughout, and standing on later ebonised plinths. Height: 5 1/2 ”in (14 cm) Width: 5 1/8 ”in (13 cm) FB.14


A Pair of Reverse Glass Paintings China, circa 1800 A fine pair of Chinese export reverse glass mirror pictures. Each depicting courtly ladies with seated children beneath a tree with a lakeside landscape beyond. Held within moulded walnut and parcel gilt frames. Height: 23 Âź in (59 cm) Width: 12 in (30.5 cm) ÂŁ 14,500 the pair O06.70


A Pair of Imari Vases Japan, circa 1860 An exceptional pair of Japanese Imari vases. Of impressive scale, and of rare faceted form, the vases decorated throughout in typical colours of iron-red and blues on a white ground with gilded highlights. The lids similarly decorated with wonderful dogs of Fo finials. Height: 24 in (61 cm) ÂŁ 12,500 the pair O01.09


A Satinwood Writing Table

England, circa 1860 A small scale and very useful Victorian satinwood and tulipwood banded writing table. The rectangular top with inset leather writing surface above a frieze with a pair of drawers featuring gilt-bronze handles with swags, the opposite side with dummy drawers, standing on square inlaid tapered legs. Fine quality inlaid detail. Provenance: The collections of the Barons Harlech Height: 28 ¾ in (73 cm) Width: 35 ¼ in (92 cm) Depth: 19 ¾ in (50 cm) £ 9,500 M03.20


A Satinwood Writing Table

England , circa 1860 A small scale Victorian satinwood and tulipwood banded writing table. The rectangular top with inset leather writing surface above a frieze with a pair of drawers featuring gilt-bronze handles with swags, the opposite side with dummy drawers, standing on square inlaid tapered legs. Height: 28 ¾ ”in (73 cm) Width: 35 ¼ ”in (92 cm) Depth: 19 ¾ “in (50 cm) M03.20


A Pair of Dutch Delft Vases

Holland, 19th century A very fine pair of polychrome Delft vases. Decorated throughout with in polychrome decoration with exotic birds amongst a floral landscape, with lids similarly decorated mounted with charming dogs of Fo finials Height: 18 1/8 in (46 cm) Diameter: 9 in (23 cm) ÂŁ 6,850 the pair O06.100


A Pair of Polychrome Delft Vases


A Japanned Chest of Drawers

England, circa 1920 A fine Edwardian black japanned chest of drawers, decorated throughout with gilt chinoiseries on a black japanned background. With two short drawers above two long drawers, standing raised on charming similarly decorated cabriole feet. Height: 34 ½ in (88 cm) Width: 49 ¼ in (125 cm) Depth: 22 ¾ in (58 cm) £ 18,500 N03.46


A Japanned Chest of Drawers


A Pair of Parquetry Side Tables

France, circa 1900 A fine pair of kingwood, parquetry inlaid and ormolu mounted side tables, each with two drawers and standing elegant cabriole legs. The inlaid kingwood of very good colour throughout. In the Louis XVI taste. A very useful pair of small scale occasional tables. Height: 28 ¾ in (73 cm) Width: 18 ½ in (47 cm) Depth: 11 ½ in (29 cm) £ 6,500 the pair L01.07


A Pair of Louis XVI Style Tables

France , circa 1900 A fine pair of French Louis XVI style kingwood parquetry inlaid and ormolu mounted side tables, each with two drawers and standing elegant cabriole legs. The inlaid kingwood of very good colour. A very useful pair occasional tables.

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A Pair of Octagonal Imari Chargers China, 19th Century A very fine pair of large 19th century Chinese Imari octagonal dishes. Each with central panel showing a towered pavilion in front of a lakeside landscape, surrounded by radiating panels of stylised gardens and symbols. With gilded highlights. Diameter: 13 ž in (35 cm) £ 4,850 the pair O06.90


A Pair of Large 19th Century Chinese Octagonal Imari Chargers China , 19th Century A very fine pair of 19th century Chinese Imari octagonal dishes. Each with centres painted with landscapes and garden pavilions, with radiating scenes of alternating landscapes and still lives with a border of further alternating cartouches of floral subjects. Height: 2 ”in (5 cm) Diameter: 13 ¾ “in (35 cm) O06.90


A Floral Watercolour by Janet Dick Anglo-Indian, circa 1800 A fine late 18th century, early 19th century watercolour of an Indian shrub with yellow flowers. By Janet Dick. A paper label on the reverse is inscribed ‘Drawn while the artist was resident in India between 1792 and 1807’. Mounted and framed. Height: 14 1/4 in (36 cm) Width: 20 1/2 in (52 cm) £ 1,850 N06.107


A Pair of George III Silver Sugar Vases England, circa 1785 A very fine pair of George III sterling sliver sugar vases by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp of London. Of urn form raised on circular beaded foot atop a square pedestal plinth. The reeded twin handles with acanthus decoration leading to a beaded edge, the conical lid with beaded disc surmounted by a dome and ball finial. Height: 7 ½ in (19 cm) Width: 4 7/8 in (13 cm) Depth: 3 1/2 in (9 cm) £ 4,500 the pair AD.141


A Regency Tray Table England, circa 1820 An exceptional Regency mahogany tiered tray table. With three oval tiers supported by turned column supports and standing on column legs terminating in brass castors. The mahogany of superb colour. Of magnificent scale. Height: 30 Âź in (77 cm) Width: 41 in (104 cm) Depth: 28 3/8 in (72cm) ÂŁ 24,000 O06.94


A Regency Mahogany Tiered Tray Table

England , circa 1820 A Regency mahogany tiered tray table of fantastic scale and wonderful colour. The table with three oval tiers supported by turned column supports and standing on column legs terminating in brass castors. Height: 4 ” in ( 10cm ) Width: 41” in ( 41 cm ) Depth: 28 3/8” in ( 72cm ) O06.94


A Pair of French Chenet

France, 19th Century A magnificent pair of French 19th century gilt bronze chenet or andirons. Each superbly detailed with neoclassical motifs and surmounted by flaming urns. Of particularly fine quality. Very impressive. Height: 15 ¾ in (40 cm) Width: 17 ¼ in (44 cm) Depth: 8 in (20 cm) £ 5,500 the pair O03.25


A Pair of French Chenets

France , 19th Century A pair of French 19th century gilt bronze chenets. Each surmounted by flaming urns. Of particularly fine quality. Very impressive. Height: 15 ¾ ”in (40 cm) Width: 17 ¼ “in (44 cm) Depth: 8 “in (20 cm) O03.25


A Pair of Large Imari Chargers

Japan, 19th Century A large pair of 19th century Japanese Imari chargers, the central panel depicting a fine lakeside garden scene with stylised chrysanthemums, trellis-work and flying storks. In the typical Imari palette of reds, blue and gilded highlights. Diameter: 15 ½ in (39.5 cm) £ 3,850 the pair O06.84


A Pair of Large 19th Century Japanese Imari Chargers

Japan, 19th Century A pair of 19th century Japanese Imari chargers. Height: 2 ½ ”in (6 cm) Diameter: 15 ½ “in (39.5 cm) O06.84


Two Japanese Arita Chargers Japan, circa 1700 A fine matched pair of Japanese blue and white Arita chargers from the Edo period. The dishes each decorated in the Chinese 'Kraak' style with a depiction of a jardiniere containing flowers in the centre, the rims decorated with panels featuring a variety of peonies, cherry blossoms, and chrysanthemums. Diameters 14 in (36 cm) and 14 1/2 in (37 cm) ÂŁ 5,500 the pair. Available individually. M10.93


A Pair of Silver Wine Coolers

Spain, mid 20th century A smart pair of Spanish silver campagna shaped handled wine coolers. Height: 9 in (23 cm) Width: 10 5/8 in (27 cm) Depth: 8 5/8 in (22 cm) ÂŁ 3,500 the pair O06.88


A Pair of Spanish Silver Wine Coolers


A Pair of Two Tier Tables

The panels Chinese, 19th century A very fine pair of brass and lacquer inset two tier tables in the Regency taste. Each top inset, under glass, with a panel of 19th century Chinese lacquer, decorated with figures in a garden landscape. Height: 23 in (58.5 cm) Width: 18 ž in (48 cm) Depth: 13 in (33 cm) £4,850 the pair O06.101


A Pair of Chinese Black and Gilt Lacquered Two Tier Tables


A Lacquer Side Table China, circa 1860 A very fine 19th century Chinese lacquer and gilt demi-lune side table. The top decorated with an extensive landscape with garden pavilions amongst mountains and lakes. The frieze, legs and base of the table similarly decorated with stylized foliage and floral motifs. Height: 32 in (81cm) Width: 35 ½ in (90 cm) Depth: 18 in (46 cm) £ 16,500 N02.37


A George III Cellarette England, circa 1760 A very fine George III mahogany cellarette in the manner of Thomas Chippendale. Of excellent colour and patina throughout, with fluted canted corners, the interior with room for six bottles, on a squared-legged stand. An almost identical example is illustrated in R. Edwards, The Dictionary of English Furniture, 2nd Ed., 1954, reprinted, p. 222. fig 4. Height: 26 ž in (68cm) Width: 19 in (48 cm) Depth: 15 in (38 cm) £ 12,500 G12.120


A George III Tripod Table England, circa 1760 A good George III mahogany Chippendale period tripod table. The plain edge circular top sitting on a superbly proportioned turned baluster vase stem with three exaggerated cabriole legs each terminating in pad feet with castors. A very elegant simple table. The mahogany a lovely colour. Height: 28 3/4 in (73 cm) Diameter 31 in (79 cm) ÂŁ 4,850 L04.28


A Regency Papier Mâché Tray on Stand The tray England, circa 1810 A very fine large scale black and gilt decorated papier-mâché tray of large scale, now sitting on a later faux bamboo stand hand-painted in the Regency taste with complimentary colour palette. Two identical trays available (minor variations in size). A matching pair, or available as single examples. Height: 21 in (53.5 cm) Width: 30 ¾ in (78 cm) Depth: 24 in (61 cm) £ 3,850 Two available K09.86


A Set of Dessert Forks and Knives England, hallmarked 1882 A fine set of 6 pairs of Victorian china-handled knives and forks, bearing the mark of Martin & Hall, Sheffield, 1882. The English porcelain handles painted with trailing flowers and gilded foliage; the ferrules decorated with roses, thistles and shamrocks. Held in a presentation box. ÂŁ 1,850 B04.60


Gilt Gesso Wall Sconces England, 20th Century A pair of Queen Anne style giltwood mirrored sconces, each with a finely carved gilt gesso border frame, an antique mirror plate of a lovely colour and a brass scrolled candle arm. Height: 17 in (43 cm) Width: 8 Âź in (21 cm) ÂŁ 3,850 the pair O05.62


A Chinoiserie Wig or Glove Box English or French, circa 1800 A charming early 19th century century wig or glove box, the domed top and sides extremely finely decorated with gilt chinoiseries including figures, landscapes and buildings on a black ground. With good craquellure throughout, opening to reveal a red interior. Exceptionally fine painted decoration in superb condition. Height: 4 ¼ in (10.5 cm) Width: 11 ½ in (29 cm) Depth: 8 ½ in (22 cm) £ 3,850 E02.29


Robert Wood: A Red Japanned Bracket Clock England, 18th century A very fine George III eight day japanned bracket clock by Robert Wood. The case beautifully decorated with gilt chinoiseries on a scarlet japanned ground, with a brass carrying handle and pineapple finials to the inverted bell top; the sides with elaborate silk lined pierced sound frets. The dial with foliate spandrels to a silvered chapter ring with a silvered centre and concentric date ring and signed ‘Rob.t Wood/London’, with blued steel hands to indicate the time and the date, with strike/ silent ring in the arch. The movement is in excellent working order with five pillars, twin line fuses and verge escapement, strike and trip repeat on bell, the back plate engraved with foliate scrolls. Height: 21 ¼ in (54 cm) Width: 12 ½ in (32 cm) Depth: 8 in (20 cm) £ 28,000 G10.109


A Pair of Giltwood Girandoles Continental, circa 1800 A fine pair of giltwood girandoles. Each with a rectangular mirror plate within a foliate carved border, surmounted by an urn with flowering branches. Height: 40 ½ in (103 cm) £ 12,500 the pair O04.43


Regency Cut Glass Candelabra

England, circa 1810 An exceptionally fine pair of Regency twin-light cut glass and ormolu-mounted candelabra. In the neo-classical taste. In the manner of John Blades. Provenance: Previously with Hotspur Ltd., Belgravia, London Height: 18 in (45.7 cm) Width: 14 in (35.6 cm) Depth: 4 ½ in (11.4 cm) £ 24,500 the pair AD.09


An English Needlepoint Cushion England, circa 1720 A superb English early 18th century needlepoint panel, now mounted as a cushion with an ivory silk back panel. In excellent condition, and retaining strong original colours. Depicting a gentleman and lady with a picnic in the grounds of a country house, with a charming brown and white-spotted dog seated at their feet, the central cartouche panel surrounded by stylised flowers and foliage. Provenance: Previously with Mallett & Son (Antiques) Ltd., New Bond Street, London Private Collection, Canada Height: 11 1/2 in (29 cm) Width: 18 1/2 in (47 cm) ÂŁ 8,500 AD.30


A Tureen from Ham House England, circa 1736 A magnificent George II silver soup tureen by Paul Crespin. Of oval bombé form and standing on four mask and rocaille-capped reeded scroll feet, with angular scroll handles issuing from applied foliage and rocaille terminals, the detachable domed stepped cover with similar handle, the tureen engraved twice with a coat of arms, the cover engraved twice with a crest, each below an earl’s coronet. Provenance: The collection of the Earls of Dysart, Ham House Width: 16 ¾ in (42.5 cm) Weight: 141 oz. 8 dwt (4,400 gr.) £ 45,000 L01.05


A Double Octagonal Sailor’s Valentine

Barbados, mid 19th Century A magnificent double octagonal glass-front shellwork sailor’s valentine. The hinged mahogany frame enclosing elaborate decoration of shells in concentric patterns. The mahogany case of particularly fine colour and quality Height: 4 in (10 cm ) Width: 12 ½ in (32 cm ) Depth: 12 ½ in (32 cm) £ 9,850 AD.146


A Double Octagonal Shellwork Sailors Valentine


A Pair of Japanese Imari Dishes

Japan , 19th Century A very fine pair of 19th century Japanese waveedged Imari dishes. Each with a central blue floral medallion surrounded by panels depicting landscapes and stylised floral subjects. Diameter: 11 ½ in (29 cm) £ 3,850 O06.87


A Pair of 19th Century Japanese wavy edged Imari Chargers Japan , 19th Century A very fine pair of 19th century Japanese wavy edged Imari chargers. Each with central blue medallions surrounded by panels depicting landscapes and floral subjects. Height: 1 ¾ ”in (4.5 cm) Diameter: 11 ½ “in (29 cm) O06.87


A Japanese Imari Charger Japan, circa 1700 An exceptional Japanese Imari charger of particularly large scale. Of circular form with a shallow bowl, painted in dark underglaze blue with shades of iron red overglaze enamels and gilded highlights, the central panel decorated with a tall vase holding a bouquet of blossoming peony and feathery grasses and placed on a low table, the border profusely decorated with stylised flowers and panels with floral arrangements. An almost identical charger can be seen in the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, formerly in the collections of Augustus the Strong in Dresden. A further example is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum in New York. Diameter: 19 ž n (50 cm) £ 9,850 O01.15


A Pair of Ormolu Candlesticks France, circa 1820 A very fine pair of early 19th century French ormolu candlesticks. In the neo-classical taste, each candlestick with an urn shaped sconce above a fluted column with acanthus decorated capitals, the circular bases profusely decorated with griffins flanking lyres, sunflowers and further acanthus designs. Height: 11 ¾ in (30 cm) Diameter: 5 ¼ in (13.5 cm) £ 3,850 the pair O01.26


A Needlework Cushion The panel France, circa 1750 A beautiful panel of mid -18th century French needlework with two birds on a black ground with red, green and yellow highlights, now mounted as a cushion with fringed border. The panel retaining remarkably strong colours. Height: 14 ¼ in (36 cm) Width: 15 ¾ in (40 cm) £ 1,250 N07.120


A 18TH Century French Needlework Cushion The panel France, 18th Century A very fine panel of late 18th century French needlework depicting a charming green parakeet perched in a rose entwined arbor, now mounted as a cushion with a fringed border. Retaining strong colours on a rare ivory coloured background. Height: 11 3/4 in (30 cm) Width: 15 in (38 cm) ÂŁ 1,250 N07.116


Fortuny Cushions The panels France, circa 1920 Four panels of original vintage Fortuny cotton of Olympia design, now mounted as cushions with fringed tasseled borders. Available as a set of four, or as pairs. Height: 15 ž in (40 cm) Width: 22 in (56 cm) £ 2,500 a pair Two pairs available. N07.114


A Terracotta Bust France, circa 1800 A fine terracotta bust of a noblewoman. Beautifully modelled with fine attention to detail, on a veined mauve marble socle. In the manner of Augustin Pajou (1730 – 1809) Provenance: Previously with Partridge Fine Arts, New Bond Street, London, 1968 Private Collection London Height: 29 in (74 cm) Width: 20 in (51 cm) £ 12,500 I12.129


A Queen Anne Toilet Mirror England, circa 1710 An exceptional Queen Anne black and gilt japanned toilet or dressing mirror. The shaped mirror frame with turned supports on uprights, the fall front below with a stepped interior of pigeon-holes and drawers. The base drawer with a nest of compartments and comb slots. The whole decorated with the finest quality chinoiseries in gilt highlights on a black japanned ground. Provenance: Previously with Avon Antiques, 1993 Illustrated: The Grosvenor House Antiques Fair Handbook, 1993 Height: 31 in (79 cm) Width: 15 ¼ in (39 cm) Depth: 9 ½ in (24 cm) £ 12,500 AD.132


A Pair of Carved and Painted Deer

Southeast Asia, 19 TH century A pair of finely carved and painted deer with real antlers. Deer hold special meaning in the Buddhist tradition and represent harmony and peace. Height: 30 Âź in (77 cm) Width: 53 in (135 cm) Depth: 11 in (28 cm) ÂŁ 12,500 the pair N08.132


A Pair of George III Silver Sugar Vases England , circa 1785 A very fine pair of George III sterling sliver sugar vases by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp of London. Of urn form raised on circular foot with beading atop a square pedestal plinth. The reeded twin handles with acanthus decoration leading to a beaded edge, the conical lid with beaded disc surmounted by a dome and ball finial. Height: 7 1/2 “in (19 cm) Width: 4 7/8 ”in (13 cm) Depth: 3 1/2 ”in (9 cm) AD.141


Fonthill Heirlooms

The vases French, 19th Century A very fine pair of Samson famille rose decorated vases. Each vase decorated with a gilded ground framed by turquoise borders with panels featuring floral bouquets. Now mounted as lamps with hand-gilded turned bases. Provenance: The vases from the collection of Alfred Morrison, Fonthill Height of each vase: 18 ½ in (47 cm) Including base, excluding electrical fitment and lampshade. £ 9,500 the pair AD.140


A Pair Lacquered Lamps The vases Chinese, 20th Century A fine pair of Chinese papiermâché chinoiserie vases, decorated throughout with cranes and deer in stylised landscapes painted in gold on a black lacquered ground. Now mounted as lamps with hand turned gilt bases. Height of each vase: 17 3/4 in (45 cm) Including bases, excluding electrical fitments. £ 4,850 the pair AD.143


A Pair of Canton Porcelain Lamps The vases Chinese, 19th Century A very fine pair of 19th century large Canton porcelain vase. Decorated with finely painted panels depicting courtly scenes surrounded by floral bouquets, vases and scholarly objects, the necks mounted with stylised dragons and dogs of Fo. Now mounted as lamps with hand turned gilt bases. Height of vases: 18 in (46 cm) Including bases, excluding electrical fitments. All our lamps can be wired for use worldwide. We can supply a selection of card, linen or silk shades on request. ÂŁ 5,850 the pair O07.110


A Pair of Chinese Famille Verte Lamps

The vases Chinese, 19th century A very fine pair of 19th century Chinese powder blue ground famille verte vases. Famille verte porcelain is known for its elaborate figural designs and sophisticated decoration. Now mounted as lamps with hand-gilded turned bases. Height of vases: 13 ž in (35 cm) Including base, excluding electrical fitments and lampshades. £ 8,500 the pair O05.57


A Pair of Chinese Blue and White Lamps

The vases Chinese, 20th century A fine pair of Chinese vases decorated in tones of blue and white on a celadon craquelure background. Now mounted as lamps with hand-gilded turned bases. Height of vases: 16 ½ in (42 cm) Including base, excluding electrical fitments and lampshades. £ 4,850 the pair O06.93


A Pair of Periwinkle Lamps

The vases Chinese, 20th century A very fine pair of Chinese vases in a rare periwinkle colour on a crackled ice background. Now mounted as lamps with hand-gilded turned bases. Height of vases: 15 in (38 cm) Including base, excluding electrical fitments and lampshades. ÂŁ 6,850 the pair O06.96


A Pair of Chinese Blue and White Lamps The vases Chinese, modern A pair of Chinese blue and white vases featuring birds amongst white bamboo shoots on a dark blue ground. Now mounted as lamps with hand-gilded turned bases. Height of vases: 16 in (41 cm) Including base, excluding electrical fitments and lampshades.

ÂŁ 3,850 the pair FB.15


A Pair of Blue and White Chinese Lamps

The vases Chinese, 20th century A fine pair of large Chinese blue and white vases of baluster form. Decorated with mythical beasts or stylised dogs of Fo dogs in a landscape amongst foliage. Now mounted as lamps with hand-gilded turned bases. Height of each vase: 17 ž in (45 cm) Including base, excluding electrical fitments and lampshade. £ 4,850 the pair AD.95


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A Pair of Sèvres style Lamps

The vases English, 19th century A very fine pair of small late 19th century English pottery baluster shaped vases. Decorated in the style of French Louis XVI Sèvres porcelain with a series of birds framed in gilded cartouches on a vivid blue ground. Now mounted as lamps with hand-gilded turned bases. Height of vases: 15 in (38 cm) Including base, excluding electrical fitment and lampshade. £6,850 the pair N04.78


Green Crackled Ice Straight Neck Lamps

The vases Chinese, 20th century A small pair of Chinese straight neck vases, in apple green on a crackled ice ground. Now mounted as lamps with hand-gilded turned bases. These lamps can be purchased as singles or as pairs. Height of vase: 14 in (36 cm) Including base, excluding electrical fitments and lampshade. ÂŁ 1,990 the pair Available individually J01.08


A Large Blue and White Delft Lamp

The vase Dutch, 20th century A very fine large blue and white Delft vase decorated with a central floral basket surrounded by additional floral sprays amongst abstracted patterns. Now mounted as a lamp with hand-gilded turned base. Height of vase: 18 in (46 cm) Including base, excluding electrical fitment and lampshade. ÂŁ 4,850 N04.87


A Meissen Urn Lamp

The vase German, circa 1890 A very fine large Meissen vase in the form of an urn. Highlighted with gilt decoration on a pure white ground, with elaborate serpent handles issuing from acanthus leaf terminals, raised on a gadrooned socle. Now mounted as a lamp with a gilded base. Height of vase: 19 ½ in (49 cm) Including base, excluding electrical fitments and lampshade. £ 4,850 N01.08


A Chinese Blue and White Lamp The vase Chinese, 19th Century A very fine mid 19th century blue and white vase, decorated with stylised foliage, butterflies, detailed moulded neck detailing and elephant handles. Provenance: With Mallett & Son (Antiques) Ltd., New Bond Street, London Height of vase: 19 in (49 cm) Including base, excluding electrical fitment and lampshade. All our lamps can be wired for use worldwide. We can supply a selection of card, linen or silk shades on request. ÂŁ 6,850 AD.151


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