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EDINBURGH Fine Antiques

Wednesday 29th June 2011 33 Broughton Place Edinburgh


Fine Antiques including The Garvey Collection of Early English Porcelain Furniture from Argrennan House, Dumfries and Galloway

Wednesday 29th June 2011 at 11am

Sale Number LT318

Viewing Sunday 26th June 12 noon - 4pm Monday 27th June 10am - 5pm Tuesday 28th June 10am - 5pm Morning of Sale from 9am Specialists European and Asian Ceramics Campbell Armour Harry Douglas-Hamilton Rugs and Carpets Gavin Strang Works of Art, Clocks and Furniture Lee Young Douglas Girton

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Order of Sale

Lot Numbers

WEDNESDAY 29TH JUNE at 11am

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THE GARVEY COLLECTION OF EARLY ENGLISH PORCELAIN

46-85

CERAMICS, GLASS AND WORKS OF ART

86-179

ORIENTAL CERAMICS, WORKS OF ART AND FURNITURE

182-226

RUGS AND CARPETS

230-446

FURNITURE, CLOCKS AND ACCESSORIES

450-465

FURNITURE FROM ARGRENNAN HOUSE, DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY

CERAMICS AND GLASS: Please note that damage and/or restoration is indicated in the catalogue at our discretion. We are pleased to provide condition reports on all lots for those who cannot view in person

INTERNET SERVICE: For colour illustrations of all lots in this sale please consult our website at www.lyonandturnbull.com

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THE GARVEY COLLECTION OF EARLY ENGLISH PORCELAIN


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4 1 1 FA860/91M GROUP OF WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘FENCE’ PATTERN TEA WARES CIRCA 1770 comprising a teapot of globular form, the cover with flower shaped finial, blue crescent mark, 14.5cm high; a sparrowbeak milk jug, teabowl and saucer, similar pattern, blue crescent mark, jug 11.5cm high, bowl 4cm high, saucer 12cm wide (4) £300-400 2 FA860/91AA WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘BLIND EARL’ PATTERN SWEET MEAT DISH CIRCA 1770 of circular form with scalloped rim, blue crescent mark 19.5cm wide

£300-400

3 FA860/91Z GROUP OF ENGLISH BLUE AND WHITE TEA WARES MID/LATE 18TH CENTURY comprising: a Worcester teapot and cover of globular form with floral decoration, blue crescent mark, 14cm high; a Worcester bowl and saucer ‘Marrow and Flower Sprays’ pattern, blue crescent mark; a Worcester bowl and saucer ‘Three Flowers’ pattern, blue mark; a Worcester bowl and saucer of fluted design, blue crescent mark; a Liverpool bowl and saucer of a man in a riverscape; a Liverpool bowl and saucer of birds in a landscape; a Worcester cup and a saucer in ‘Fence’ pattern, blue crescent mark; an English cup and a saucer with floral sprays; a small Worcester dish in ‘Mansfield’ pattern, blue crescent mark; and a small dish, probably Caughley (17) £400-600

4 FA860/91X WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE BARREL SHAPED TEAPOT CIRCA 1760 with flat cover, the sides and cover relief moulded with Chinese landscape scenes, painted with floral sprigs, blue mark

6 FA860/91I WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘HUNDRED ANTIQUES’ PATTERN DISH CIRCA 1770 of square form with scalloped rim, blue ‘W’ marks

11.5cm high

7 FA860/91AC WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘FISHERMAN’S’ PATTERN COFFEE JUG AND COVER CIRCA 1770-80 blue faux Chinese mark

£400-600 5 FA860/91U WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘GILLIFLOWER’ PATTERN TEA CANISTER AND PLATE CIRCA 1770 the canister of ovoid fluted form, the cover with flower finial, blue crescent mark, 16cm high; the dish of square form with scalloped edge, similar design, crescent mark, 20cm wide (2) £300-400

24cm wide

£200-300

22cm high

£200-300 8 FA860/91Y TWO WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘PICKLE LEAF VINE’ PATTERN PICKLE DISHES CIRCA 1760-70 each with blue crescent mark (2) 8.5cm wide

£200-300

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9 FA860/91V WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘PRECIPICE’ PATTERN BOWL CIRCA 1760-70 of circular form, blue mark 20.5cm diameter

£200-300

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10 FA860/91AL WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘PINE CONE’ PATTERN BASKET CIRCA 1770 of shaped circular form with reticulated rim and applied flowers to exterior, blue crescent mark

11 FA860/91AK WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘PINE CONE’ PATTERN BASKET CIRCA 1770 of shaped circular form with flared reticulated rim, the exterior with applied flowers, blue crescent mark

17cm wide

21cm wide

£300-400

£300-400


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12 FA860/91S WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘THREE FLOWERS’ PATTERN SPITTOON CIRCA 1770 with globular body, flared rim and scroll handle, blue crescent mark 11.5cm high

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13 FA860/91AJ WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘PINE CONE’ PATTERN BOTTLE VASE CIRCA 1770 blue crescent mark

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25cm high

14 FA860/91R WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘THREE FLOWERS’ PATTERN SPITTOON CIRCA 1770 with globular body and flared rim, blue crescent mark

15 FA860/91T WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘THREE FLOWERS’ PATTERN VASE CIRCA 1770 the tapering body with flared rim, blue crescent mark

£300-400

11cm high

15cm high

£300-400

£300-400

£300-400

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16 FA860/91L LARGE WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE MUG CIRCA 1770 of cylindrical form with plain handle, decorated to one side with ‘La Promenade Chinoise’ and to the other side with ‘La Peche’, blue crescent mark 14cm high

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£300-400 17 FA860/91W TWO WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE PATTERN MUGS 1760-70 the first ‘Prunus Root’ pattern of baluster form with fluted handle, blue crescent mark, 10.5cm high; and a later blue and white ‘Marrow and Flower Sprays’ pattern mug with plain floral handle, bears crescent mark, 10cm high (2)

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£300-400 18 FA860/91K LARGE WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘NATURAL SPRAYS’ MUG CIRCA 1770 of cylindrical form with plain handle, blue crescent mark

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15cm high

£300-400

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19 FA860/91N WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘NATURAL SPRAYS’ DISH CIRCA 1770 of oval form with shaped and reticulated rim, moulded leaf decoration, blue crescent mark 30cm wide

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£300-400 20 FA860/91Q WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘NARCISSUS’ PATTERN TUREEN AND COVER CIRCA 1770 of shaped oval form with branch handles and applied floral decoration, blue crescent mark

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27cm wide

£400-600 21 FA860/91AB THREE WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘PINE CONE’ PATTERN WARES CIRCA 1770 comprising a strainer of circular form with scalloped rim, blue crescent mark, 23cm wide; a plate of similar form, blue crescent mark, 24cm wide; and a dish of shaped oval form with branch handles and applied floral decoration, 27cm wide (3) £300-400

22 FA860/91AM WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE ‘MAN WITH A BOMB’ PATTERN SAUCEBOAT CIRCA 1765 of shaped moulded form with scroll handle, each side decorated with a Chinese figure in a landscape, blue crescent mark

23 FA860/91O WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE DOUBLE HANDLED SAUCEBOAT CIRCA 1755 with shell moulded lips and scroll handles, the well and exterior with chinoiserie scenes, the lips with diaper pattern and floral sprigs

20cm wide, 11.5cm high

18.5cm wide

£400-600

£400-600

24 FA860/91P WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE SAUCEBOAT CIRCA 1770 of shaped moulded form with scroll handle, decorated with flowers, blue cresent mark, 18.5cm wide, 10.5cm high; together with an English blue and white sauceboat, of shaped moulded form decorated with Chinese figures in a landscape and flowers, 13.5cm wide, 7cm high (2) £400-500

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25 FA860/91J TWO WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE MOULDED CABBAGE LEAF JUGS CIRCA 1770 comprising a jug with mask head spout and scroll handle with ‘Marrow and Flower Spray’ pattern, blue crescent mark, 21cm high; a jug with mask head spout and scroll handle, decorated with flowers, blue mark, 20cm high; together with another maker jug with plain handle, decorated with flowers, blue mark, 21cm high (3) £600-800

26 FA860/91E WORCESTER QUEEN’S PATTERN POLYCHROME COFFEE CUP AND SAUCER CIRCA 1760 each with square mark (2)

27 FA860/91G WORCESTER POLYCHROME COFFEE CUP CIRCA 1770 painted with a spray of fruit beneath a later decorated green ground border with gilt highlights

cup 6.5cm high, saucer 12cm wide

£200-300

6.5cm high

£300-500

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28 FA860/91B THREE WORCESTER POLYCHROME PLATES 1760-70 comprising a plate with scalloped edge with floral sprays set in reserves within a blue scale ground border and gilt highlights, square mark, 19.5cm wide; a plate with Japan pattern, square mark, 21.5cm wide; and a plate with Japan pattern, gilt ‘S’ mark, 20cm wide (3) £400-600

29 FA860/91F WORCESTER POLYCHROME TEA BOWL AND SAUCER CIRCA 1760 each of fluted form painted with floral sprays, square mark, bowl 4.5cm high, saucer 12cm wide; and a Liverpool tea bowl and saucer, polychrome with floral sprigs and sprays, bowl 4.5cm high, saucer 12.5cm wide (4) £400-600

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30 FA860/91A TWO WORCESTER POLYCHROME KAKIEMON STYLE PLATES CIRCA 1765 each of octagonal form, the well decorated with birds and flowers within a green and red border, label from the David Goldblatt collection lot 344 (2) 21cm wide

£800-1,200

31 FA860/91C THREE DERBY POLYCHROME PLATES LATE 18TH CENTURY comprising two similar plates with scalloped rims, the well decorated with a gilt floral spray with a blue ground and gilt border, puce mark, 21.5cm wide; and a plate with scalloped rim, the well with green floral sprigs with a pink and green floral border, gilt highlights, blue mark and incised ‘N’ mark, 24cm wide (3) £200-300

32 FA860/91H GROUP OF ENGLISH PORCELAIN TEA AND COFFEE WARES 19TH CENTURY comprising two Derby coffee cans, each painted with flowers, red mark, 7cm high; a Flight, Barr and Barr coffee can, with green and gilt oak leaf design, impressed mark, 7cm high; a Davenport cup and saucer, pink and gilt design, blue mark, cup 7cm high, saucer 14cm wide; an English cup and saucer, red and gilt design, cup 6.5cm high, saucer 15cm wide; a small Bloor Derby urn and cover in the imari palette, printed mark, 12cm high; and a small English dish with floral sprays and blue border, puce mark, 14cm wide (9) £150-200

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33 FA860/91D ENGLISH POLYCHROME PLATE, PROBABLY CAUGHLEY MID/LATE 18TH CENTURY of shaped circular form, decorated with floral sprays, Burrell Collection label ‘No. C102’, 18cm wide; and a Worcester plate of circular form with blue and gilt decoration, blue crescent mark, 22cm wide (2) £400-600

34 FA860/91AN WORCESTER ‘DRAGON IN COMPARTMENTS’ PATTERN COMPORT LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY of shaped oval form, 30.5cm wide, 13cm high; a similar pattern dish of shaped square form, mark ‘Chamberlain’s Worcester, No. 75’, 21cm wide; and another dish of oval shaped form, mark ‘Chamberlain’s Worcester’, 24.5cm wide (3) £600-800


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35 FA860/91AF WORCESTER ‘DRAGON IN COMPARTMENTS’ PATTERN ARMORIAL PLATE LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY of circular form, the well with the crest of the Parker family 18cm diameter

£200-300

31.5cm wide

37 FA860/91AG WORCESTER ‘DRAGONS IN COMPARTMENTS’ PATTERN ARMORIAL PLATE LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY of shaped circular form the well with the coat of arms of the Bridges family impaling Freeman, the border with a crest of the Bridges family

£400-600

21cm diameter

36 FA860/91AE WORCESTER ‘DRAGON IN COMPARTMENTS’ PATTERN ARMORIAL DISH LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY of shaped oval form, the well with the crest, motto and coat of arms of the Parker family impaling the Palmer family

£300-400

38 FA860/91AD WORCESTER ‘DRAGON IN COMPARTMENTS’ PATTERN COVERED TUREEN AND PLATE LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY of tapering cylindrical form with griffon and anchor crest beneath a crown, mark ‘Chamberlain’s Worcester, No. 75’, 19cm wide, 12.5cm high; and a small circular plate with similar pattern and crest, 16.5cm wide (2) Note: The crest relates to Baron Gardner. It was probably commissioned for Rear Admiral Alan Gardner who was made a baronet in 1806.

£600-800

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39 FA860/91AP GROUP OF WORCESTER ‘DRAGON IN COMPARTMENTS’ PATTERN TABLE WARES LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY comprising a twin handled tureen, 23cm wide, 12cm high; a similar pattern underplate of shaped oval form, 23cm wide; a similar pattern twin handled tureen and cover of oval form, 13cm high; a similar pattern dish of shaped oval form, 21cm wide; and a similar pattern ladle, 16cm wide (5) £400-600

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40 FA860/91AQ WORCESTER ‘DRAGON IN COMPARTMENTS’ PATTERN CACHE POT AND SPILL VASE LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY the cache pot of tapering form with gilt lion mask and ring handles on a plinth base, 10.5cm high; and the spill vase of cylindrical form, 9.5cm high (2) £150-250

41 FA860/91AO WORCESTER ‘DRAGON IN COMPARTMENTS’ PATTERN BOWL LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY of circular form with shaped rim, ‘Chamberlain’s Worcester’ mark, 24cm wide; a similar pattern shaped oval dish ‘Chamberlain’s Worcester, No. 75’ mark, 35cm wide; a similar pattern shaped circular plate, 28cm wide; and a similar pattern oval dish, 18cm wide (4) £500-700

42 FA860/91AH WORCESTER ‘DRAGON IN COMPARTMENTS’ PATTERN MATCHED PART TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY one item with ‘Chamberlain’s Worcester’ mark, comprising a teapot and cover, a sugar pot and cover, a milk jug, a slop bowl, a dish, five saucers, four coffee cans, two tea cups and four plates (20) £800-1,200


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43 FA860/91AI COALPORT STYLE BOTANICAL PART FRUIT SERVICE EARLY 19TH CENTURY each polychrome painted with flowers within a blue ground with gilt highlights, comprising a footed comport, 38cm wide, 18cm high; two shaped oval dishes, 28cm wide; and two shaped dishes, 24cm wide (5) £300-400 44 FA860/87 PAIR OF CHELSEA STYLE PORCELAIN CANDLESTICKS LATE 19TH CENTURY modelled as a gardener and companion in 18th century dress standing against bocage, on a foliate and Cscroll base, with a single foliate form candle nozzle, gold anchor mark (2) 30cm high

£150-200

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45 FA860/89 GERMAN PORCELAIN SIX PIECE DWARF BAND 19TH CENTURY comprising a conductor and five different dwarf figures, each playing an instrument on a shell and scroll moulded base, red crowned D mark (6) tallest 12cm

£150-250


OTHER PROPERTIES: CERAMICS, GLASS AND WORKS OF ART

46 FA981/44 SPODE IMARI PATTERN MATCHED PART DINNER SERVICE CIRCA 1815-30 each item with blue printed mark, comprising twenty eight plates, twelve bowls, a large tureen and cover and two square tureens and covers (48) £1,000-1,500

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Ceramics, Glass and Works of Art

47 FA676/1A PAIR OF ROYAL COPENHAGEN ‘FLORA DANICA’ SERVING BOWLS 20TH CENTURY shape 3503, printed green and underglaze blue marks (2) 20cm diam

£200-300

48 FA676/1 SET OF NINE ROYAL COPENHAGEN ‘FLORA DANICA’ LUNCHEON PLATES 20TH CENTURY shape 3550, green printed and blue underglaze marks (9) 22cm diam

£800-1,200

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49 FA766/3 ROYAL VIENNA PORCELAIN PLATE LATE 19TH CENTURY centrally painted with a scene depicting Theseus and Andromeda attended by putti, within a blue and green panel border with raised gilt details, blue beehive mark; together with a Vienna style plate depicting Ulysses discovering Achilles, blue mark (2) 24cm diameter

£250-350

49A FA766/3A SEVRES BLEU-CELESTE GROUND PLATE CIRCA 1795 centrally painted with a floral bouquet within a bleu-celeste border with scrolling gilt details, blue script mark, decorator mark for JeanJacques Pierre

50 FA803/3 PLYMOUTH HARD PASTE PORCELAIN CREAM JUG CIRCA 1768-70 of wrythen form painted with birds over a green foliate relief moulded base with gilt leaf highlights, gilt mark 8.5cm high

£800-1,200

24cm diameter

£150-250

53 FA981/5 MEISSEN PORCELAIN FIGURE 19TH CENTURY modelled as a shepherd with pigeon and letter on a gilt base, blue crossed sword mark and incised ‘F73’ mark

31cm high

52 FA962/10 MEISSEN YELLOW GLAZED POTPOURRI VASE 19TH CENTURY of baluster form with entwined snake handles, painted with figural reserves with gilt details, underglaze blue crossed swords mark

£200-300

28cm high

£150-200

51 FA937/3 LARGE CHELSEA STYLE PORCELAIN FIGURE GROUP 19TH CENTURY modelled as a man and a woman carrying fruit on a fruit and gilt rococo scrolled base, gilt anchor mark

£400-600

19cm high

53A FA962/3A FOUR ENGLISH CREAMWARE PLATES FOR THE DUTCH MARKET 18TH CENTURY each centrally painted with a figure of a lady seated with open books beneath an allseeing eye, beside an arms bearing lion and within a scalloped border with script panels (4) 25cm diameter

£150-250

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54 FA781/1 PAIR OF GEORGE JONES MAJOLICA STANDS LATE 19TH CENTURY the circular tops raised on three naturalistic supports centrally tied with rope, ending in a triform base (2) 29cm diam, 45cm high

£500-800

55 FA683/1 ROYAL COPENHAGEN ‘BLUE FLOWERS BRAIDED’ PART SERVICE 20TH CENTURY comprising two covered tureens, coffeepot, teapot, water jug, sugar bowl, leafform dish, four scalloped side dishes, three sideplates, and four saucers, printed green and underglaze blue marks (18)

56 FA939/1 LARGE STAFFORDSHIRE TRANSFER PRINTED LOVING CUP EARLY 19TH CENTURY decorated with figural scenes and an inscription ‘Helped his Neighbour/Brother be of Good Cheer’ and ‘The Real Cabinet of Friendship/Justice and Equity’

58 FA962/23B TWO AIRTWIST STEM WINE GLASSES 18TH CENTURY comprising a glass with trumpet bowl, knopped airtwist stem and conical foot, 16.5cm high; and a glass with trumpet bowl, knopped airtwist stem and conical foot, 16.5cm high (2)

60 FA962/23D TWO AIRTWIST STEM GLASSES 18TH CENTURY each with a rounded funnel bowl with etched rose and thistle design, double airtwist stem and conical foot (2)

20.5cm high

£150-250

61 FA962/23F SIX AIRTWIST STEM WINE GLASSES 18TH CENTURY each with a funnel bowl, double airtwist stem and conical foot (6)

£300-500

tureen 24cm diameter

£300-500

57 FA937/4 PAIR OF GLASS WINE COOLERS AND COVERS 19TH CENTURY of globular frosted form with everted fluted rim on a plain stepped footed base (2) 30cm high

£400-600

59 FA962/23C TWO AIRTWIST STEM GLASSES 18TH CENTURY comprising a glass with funnel bowl, double airtwist stem and conical foot, 15cm high; a glass with rounded funnel bowl, double airtwist stem, plain foot, 14cm high (2) £150-250

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11cm high

£150-250

13cm high

£300-500


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62 FA962/23E AIRTWIST STEM WINE GLASS 18TH CENTURY the funnel bowl with cut monogram ‘R.J.’ and a foliate spray, tapering airtwist stem and conical foot 13.5cm high

£150-250

63 FA962/23A TWO AIRTWIST WINE GLASSES 18TH CENTURY comprising a glass with funnel bowl over a plain double opaque twist stem and conical foot, 16cm high; and a glass with pan top bowl, plain opaque twist stem and domed foot, 16.5cm high (2) £200-300

64 FA778/2 LARGE FRENCH PAINTED MILK GLASS VASE 19TH CENTURY of baluster form decorated with parrots, birds and bees on flowering branches 50cm high

£500-800

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65 FA778/3 BLACK FOREST CARVED DECANTER STAND EARLY 20TH CENTURY depicting a bear standing on two legs and hugging a tree, with a matched glass decanter and six glasses 33.5cm high

£500-700

66 FA902/16 COPELAND PARIAN FIGURE ‘DANCING GIRL REPOSING’, AFTER WILLIAM CALDER MARSHALL 19TH CENTURY the standing figure holding a tambourine by a garland covered tree stump, shaped circular base, incised Marshall Fect Cheverton Sculp, impressed Copeland, the circular base impressed Art Union of London 1849 46cm high

£200-300

67 EAC296/3 GERMAN DOUBLE BARRELLED 10 BORE SICHER VEREY SIGNAL PISTOL CIRCA 1930-40 serial no. ‘3796’, chequered slab sided grip, short wooden fore-end

68 EAC296/2 PAIR OF BREECH LOADING 10 BORE SIGNAL CANNONS painted cast iron barrel and carriage, with presentation plaque inscribed ‘Presented to the Cove and Kilcreggan Sailing Club in memory of Mrs M.S. Napier, April 1968’ (2)

barrel 9 inches long

barrel 11 inches long

Note: The buyer of this lot needs to have a current Firearms or RFD licence.

Note: The buyer of this lot needs to have a current Firearms or RFD licence.

£250-300

£200-300

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69 EAC296/1 PAIR OF BREECH LOADING WINCHESTER 10 BORE SIGNAL CANNONS short tapered barrel on a cast iron two wheel carriage (2) barrel 11.5 inches long Note: The buyer of this lot needs to have a current Firearms or RFD licence.

£300-400

70 FA296/1 SWISS NICOLE FRERES MUSIC BOX CIRCA 1900 in a rosewood marquetry inlaid case, movement stamped NICOLE FRERES, GENEVA 56cm wide16cm high, 23cm deep

£300-500


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71 FA902/7 VICTORIAN MINIATURE MAHOGANY AND INLAID CHEST OF DRAWERS 19TH CENTURY rectangular top with moulded edge over two short and three long graduated inlaid drawers, on shaped bracket feet

72 FA962/20 PAIR OF GREEN TOLEWARE ADJUSTABLE TABLE LAMPS LATE 19TH CENTURY the twin height adjustable shades and outscrolling candle arms, raised on moulded circular bases 51cm high

£300-500

35cm wide, 46cm high, 22.5cm deep

£300-400

73 FA896/14 VICTORIAN RUBY GLASS AND LACQUERED BRASS LAMP LATE 19TH CENTURY of facetted form, raised on a bell shaped base 55cm high

£200-300

74 FA954/3 SYRIAN OCTAGONAL PARQUETRY OCCASIONAL TABLE the top and sides with mother of pearl and exotic wood parquetry, raised on an arcaded base 48cm diameter, 63cm high

£400-600

75 FA833/17A ROSEWOOD AND BRASS MOUNTED CANE OF MARITIME INTEREST 19TH CENTURY the head with inscription ‘Royal George Sunk 1782 Raised 1840’, 89cm long; and a Chinese bamboo and white metal mounted cane, the head with chinoiserie decoration, 88cm long (2) £200-300

76 FA833/17B WALKING STICK AND SHILLELAGH OF SIR HARRY LAUDER INTEREST the stick with curved handle, 95cm long; the Shillelagh of typical form with inlaid brass plaque, painted with a green clover, 41cm long (2)

77 FA833/17C FOUR WALKING STICKS comprising a dark burrwood stick, 89cm long; a lighter burrwood stick, 92cm long; a slight stick with curved handle, 89cm long; and a shepherds crook with ram’s horn handle, 119cm long (4)

78 FA942/3 THREE VICTORIAN WALKING STICKS 19TH CENTURY comprising a stick with an ivory handle, 89.5cm long; an ebony stick with silver collar, 91cm long; and a Sunday stick, 89cm long (3)

Provenance: Bought from the Balmano Castle Auction.

£150-250

£400-600

£200-300

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79 FA954/2 RUSSIAN BONE VENEERED TABLE CASKET PROBABLY ARKANGEL, 19TH CENTURY with upper and lower hinged compartments, intricately veneered with carved panels of stylised foliate bands, and with red and green stained incised decoration, on bracket feet 30cm wide, 22cm high, 20.5cm deep

£1,000-1,500

80 FA99/1 MARK MATVEEVICH ANTOKOLSKY (AFTER) GLAZED TERRACOTTA PLAQUE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY bears indistinct maker’s marks ‘****/Paris/178B’ 78cm high, 65cm wide

£500-700

81 FA962/16 KASHMIR LACQUER BOX LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY decorated throughout in gilt and polychrome with scrolling foliage and floral bouquets, the hinged lid enclosing a void interior 36cm wide, 11cm high, 25cm deep

£150-250

82 FA962/18 INDIAN BONE AND PARQUETRY INLAID WORK BOX 19TH CENTURY with twin side carrying handles, the hinged lid enclosing a compartmented interior, below is one apron drawer fitted with further compartments and a velvet writing surface 32cm wide, 12cm high, 23cm deep

£150-250

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83 FA766/1 INDIAN INLAID BONE AND SANDALWOOD BOX 19TH CENTURY decorated with peacock and tree motifs, chevron banding and profuse scrolling foliate fields 46cm wide, 18.5cm high, 33cm deep

£500-700

84 FA806/3 INDIAN ROSEWOOD BRASS INLAID FOLDING TEA TABLE LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the octagonal top with allover foliate brass inlay, on a separate hinged conforming base 40cm diameter, 42cm high

£400-600 85 FA806/2 INDIAN ROSEWOOD BRASS INLAID FOLDING TEA TABLE LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the octagonal top with allover floral and foliate brass inlay, on a separate hinged conforming base with panel arches 61cm diameter, 66cm high

£600-800 86-87 No lots

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ORIENTAL CERAMICS, WORKS OF ART AND FURNITURE


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88 FA962/2 CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN DISH KANGXI of circular form, decorated with lotus, chrysanthemum, peony and lotus blossoms, blue artemesia leaf to base 35cm diameter

£300-500

89 LB398/5 CHINESE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN PLATE 18TH CENTURY of circular form, decorated to the centre with a flowering tree in five colours surrounded by a white an hua border 22.5cm diameter

£150-250 90 FA962/11 GROUP OF TEN CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PLATES 18TH CENTURY each decorated with peonies and rockwork within a peony and scroll border (10) 22cm diameter

91 FA962/8 CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN JUG AND SAUCER 18TH CENTURY the helmet shaped jug with replaced handle and gilt monogram ‘A.J.M.’ in a blue ground border with gilt highlights, 11.5cm high; and a saucer of circular form with similar decoration, 15.5cm diameter (2) £150-250

92 FA962/5 CHINESE PORCELAIN IMARI SAUCER DISH 18TH CENTURY of circular form, the well decorated with peonies and bamboo on rockwork, the border with peonies, fruit and scrollwork 28.5cm diameter

£200-300 93 FB109/4 CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN ROULEAU VASE 19TH CENTURY decorated with scrolling lotuses, double blue concentric rings to base

94 FA962/4 CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN SAUCER DISH KANGXI of circular form with scalloped rim, decorated to the well with courtly ladies in a garden and pavilion setting, within a border composed of panels of fish, horses, vases and flowers, blue lozenge mark to base 36.5cm wide

£200-300

34cm high

£200-300

£200-300

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95 FA778/8 CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN HOOKAH BASE 18TH CENTURY of globular form, profusely decorated with flowers and scrolling leaves 9.5cm high

£600-800

96 FA962/6 CHINESE EXPORT ‘TOBACCO LEAF’ PORCELAIN DISH 18TH CENTURY of circular fluted form with scalloped rim, decorated with three pomegranates 27cm wide

£250-350

97 FB109/5 CHINESE WUCAI PORCELAIN BOWL 19TH CENTURY of circular form with flared rim, the well and cavetto decorated with flowers and lotuses between diaper borders, the exterior with panels each depicting a vase of flowers, bears Wanli mark, but later 19cm diameter

£300-500

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98 FA1/19 THREE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN COVERED JARS LATE MING/EARLY QING each of squat baluster form, decorated with the ‘Three Friends of Winter’ prunus, pine and bamboo, the covers with peaches and pomegranates (3) 34cm high

£4,000-6,000

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99 FB109/6 TWO CHINESE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN BOWLS LATE 19TH CENTURY each of circular form with flared rim, the well and exterior with a white dragon chasing a flaming pearl, bears Qianlong seal mark, but later 11.5cm diameter

£600-800

100 FA896/13 CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PART TEA SERVICE 18TH CENTURY each item decorated with a court lady and attendants in a garden setting, gilt borders, comprising twelve bowls, eight saucers, two milk jugs and covers, globular teapot and cover, slop bowl, sugar bowl, plate and spoon tray (some lacking sections); a Chinese imari bowl; and a later Chinese Canton famille rose cover (29) £200-300

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9cm diameter

102 FB109/3 CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE ELEPHANT CENSER 19TH CENTURY standing on all fours with a vase shaped censer on its back, 15.5cm high; and two light blue glazed bottle vases, each decorated in gilt and en grisaille with figures in a garden setting, 15cm high (3)

£200-300

£200-300

101 FB109/7 TWO CHINESE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN BOWLS LATE 19TH CENTURY of circular form, decorated with dragons chasing flaming pearls amidst clouds and above waves, on a yellow ground, bears Yongzheng mark, but later (2)

103 FB108/1 CHINESE CANTON CARVED IVORY TRIPOD CENSER LATE QING profusely carved in high relief with figures in a landscape, 11cm high; and a Canton ivory pagoda, surrounded by figures, 14cm high (2) £350-450


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104 FB109/2 CHINESE PADOUK AND MOTHER OF PEARL COSMETICS BOX 19TH CENTURY of rectangular form, decorated with flowering trees and vases, the hinged front opening to reveal a mirror and fitted compartments 28cm wide, 22cm high, 38cm deep

£300-500

105 FA854/5 CHINESE CARVED HONG-MU TRAY ON STAND LATE QING the rectangular top with a carved gallery, on a folding X-form base 73cm wide, 74cm high, 51cm deep

£400-600

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106 FA854/4 CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD SIDE TABLE QING, 19TH CENTURY the shaped rectangular top with a wide border carved with peony and prunus blossoms, above a carved frieze with foliate carved and pierced lozenges, raised on fruit carved cabriole legs on ball and claw feet 83cm wide, 81cm high, 49cm deep

£2,000-3,000

107 FA981/29 CHINESE CARVED QUARTZ FIGURE GROUP depicting a seated official holding up a wine cup in the direction of the moon, with an inscription from a poem by Li Bai ‘Raise the glass to invite the bright moon’

108 FA962/17 CHINESE JIAN STRAIGHT SWORD LATE QING DYNASTY wood handle and brass mounts with bat and shou motifs, the blade contained in a tortoiseshell scabbard

11cm high

£150-250

£150-250

59cm long

109 FA962/12A TWO CHINESE CANTON CARVED IVORY TABLE ARTICLES 19TH CENTURY the first a box of cylindrical form with scroll cover to each end, decorated with scholars and attendants in a pavilion setting, 12.5cm high; and a small carved ivory card case of rectangular form with similar decoration, 4.5cm wide, 8cm high (2) £200-300

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110 FA832/2 CHINESE BRASS BOUND PADOUK COSMETICS BOX 19TH CENTURY of rectangular form, the hinged front opening to reveal a mirror and fitted compartments 27cm wide, 22cm high, 37cm deep

£200-300


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111 FA962/12 TWO CHINESE CANTON CARVED IVORY CARD CASES 19TH CENTURY each of rectangular form, profusely decorated with scholars and attendants in pavilion setting (2) 7.5cm wide, 11.5cm high and 7cm wide, 11.5cm high

£200-300

112 FA894/1 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PART DINNER SERVICE 19TH CENTURY each item with a central shou motif surrounded by bats and scrolling lotus on a green ground with four reserved panels of birds and trees, comprising ten plate, 21.5cm diameter; five shaped dishes, largest 28cm wide; and a comport 39cm wide (16) £2,000-3,000

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113 FA854/3 CHINESE CARVED HONG-MU SIDE CHAIR QING, 19TH CENTURY the arched back panel pierced and carved with dragons amidst clouds, above a shaped seat over a fruit and foliate carved apron, raised on cabriole legs ending in claw and ball feet

114 FA803/1 CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE AND COVER 19TH CENTURY of baluster form, depicting opposing panels of birds on a flowering branch and rockwork with a scrolling lotus border

44cm, 99cm high, 45cm deep

£800-1,200

£2,000-3,000

frame 18cm wide, 87.5cm high

116 FA806/1 CHINESE HARDWOOD AND ABALONE TABLE SCREEN 19TH CENTURY the circular panel inlaid with abalone and penwork depicting officials in a landscape, on a pierced carved stand with further abalone foliate inlay, on scroll feet

£200-300

55cm high, 79cm wide

115 FA420/26 CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE TILE PANELS LATE QING DYNASTY comprising six graduated tiles depicting scholars and attendants, as well as a horse, a peacock and vases of flowers, contained within a stained wood frame

£800-1,200

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64cm high


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117 FA833/34 LARGE CHINESE CANTON CARVED IVORY PUZZLE BALL AND STAND LATE QING DYNASTY profusely carved with dragons, 9cm wide; the stand enclosing a small puzzle ball above a figure of a lady holding a lotus flower on a dragon carved base, 36cm high (2) £400-600

118 FA423/1 CHINESE TRIPLE GOURD PORCELAIN VASE LATE QING decorated with dragons in underglaze blue with an overglaze red ground, six character blue Jaijing mark, but later 57cm high

£1,000-1,500

119 FA798/1 PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED CINNABAR LACQUER VASES LATE QING DYNASTY each with four carved figural panels within a lotus scroll ground, 25cm high; and a shaped circular carved lacquer box of figures beneath a pine tree in a mountainous landscape, the sides with floral decoration, 12cm wide (3) £400-600

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120 FA220/12 GOOD PAIR OF CHINESE CLOISONNE ENAMEL GU FORM VASES QING DYNASTY each with taotie masks between plantain leaf bands surrounded by scrolling lotuses on a blue ground, gilt metal mounts, inscribed inventory marks ‘N48/CLP’ to bases (2) 33cm high

£2,000-3,000

121 FA220/11 PAIR OF CHINESE CLOISONNE ENAMEL VASES QING DYNASTY each of baluster form with slender neck and flared rim with taotie mask design between lotus and palmette bands on a blue ground, gilt metal mounts (2) 48cm high

£700-1,000

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122 FA164/25 CHINESE CARVED ROOTWOOD FIGURE GROUP LATE QING DYNASTY depicting a sage accompanied by a boy, standing on rockwork 40cm high

£800-1,200

123 FB109/8 CHINESE HARDWOOD LOW CABINET 19TH CENTURY the panel top with scroll ends over a single drawer and pair of cupboard doors, above a carved apron and raised on square scroll feet 77cm wide, 82cm high, 38cm deep

£400-600

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124 FINE PAIR OF CHINESE CLOISONNE ENAMEL MOON FLASKS QING DYNASTY each with a central circular design of a dragon chasing a flaming pearl on a white ground surrounded by scrolling lotuses on a blue ground, gilt metal mounts (2) 50cm high

ÂŁ4,000-6,000


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126 EY81/3 FOUR CHINESE CARVED JADE WARES QING DYNASTY comprising a citron with leaf decoration, 6.5cm wide; a fruit, 5.5cm wide; an oval plaque with central shou motif surrounded by dragons, 7m wide; and a figure of a scholar holding a tablet with an inscription, 6.5cm high (4) £400-600

127 EY81/2 CHINESE CARVED JADE GOURD QING DYNASTY of flattened form with trailing foliage

125 FA854/2 CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD PEDESTAL DESK QING, 19TH CENTURY the rectangular top with a carved and moulded edge over one long and one short frieze drawer, above a bank of four drawers to the side, the other side with robustly carved cabriole legs joined by a pierced apron carved with bats, songbirds and pomegranates 104cm wide, 79cm high, 82cm deep

£5,000-7,000

4cm wide

£300-400 128 EY81/1 CHINESE CARVED JADE DRAGON BELT HOOK QING DYNASTY carved in high relief with dragons 8.5cm long

£200-300

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129 EZ362/4 CHINESE CANTON FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASE 19TH CENTURY of square tapering form with ring handles, decorated to each side with mandarins and soldiers on horseback

130 EZ836/1 CHINESE EMBROIDERED SILKWORK PANEL QING DYNASTY of rectangular form, depicting an official on the back of a qilin with attendants with bats, clouds and peonies

38cm high

49cm x 36cm

£300-500

£300-500

131 EY918/1 CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN VASE LATE QING, IN THE KANGXI MANNER of baluster form with a long narrow neck and flared rim, the neck decorated with two dragons, the body with peacocks on a flowering branch, underglaze blue four character mark 47cm high

£3,000-5,000

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132 EAC230/7 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN BOWL AND COVER DAOGUANG MARK AND PERIOD of circular form decorated with scholars and attendants in a pavilion setting, red seal mark 10.5cm high

£300-400 133 FA207/3 PAIR OF CHINESE POLYCHROME EGGSHELL BOTTLE VASES REPUBLIC each depicting a mother and child in a garden setting chasing butterflies, calligraphic inscription to verso, blue Qianlong seal mark, but later (2) 8.5cm high

£200-300

134 FA950/1 CHINESE HARDWOOD AND MARBLE INSET STAND EARLY 20TH CENTURY the circular top with a beaded edge and a rouge marble insert over a pierced frieze and raised on foliate and floral carved cabriole legs joined by a shaped stretcher 44cm diameter, 48cm high

£200-300 135 FB109/1 CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD STAND LATE 19TH CENTURY the hexagonal top with a marble insert, over a pierced frieze raised on cabriole legs joined by a pierced undertier, carved allover with flowers and dragons’ heads 40cm diameter, 83cm high

£400-600

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136 EAC280/1 CHINESE FAMILLE JAUNE PORCELAIN BOWL 19TH CENTURY of square tapering form with canted corners, the well in plain turquoise, the exterior with lotus, bat and shou motifs in polychrome on a yellow ground, bears Tonghzhi seal mark 13cm wide

137 EAC287/3 CHINESE CANTON CARVED IVORY LETTER RACK 19TH CENTURY of oblong form surmounted by pheasants above a central roundel depicting a hunting scene, surrounded by warriors, mythological creatures and scrolled flowers, four racks for letters, mounted on a later velvet back board 19.5cm deep, 35cm high

£200-300

£600-800

138 EAC230/5 CHINESE GREY/GREEN JADE VASE QING DYNASTY of squat ovoid form with lug mask form handles and incised dragon decoration 7cm high

£1,000-1,500

139 EAC230/6 CHINESE CANTON FAMILLE ROSE ENAMEL SAUCER DISH 19TH CENTURY of circular form, the well decorated with a mountainous landscape, surrounded by lotus flowers and symbols, the reverse with a border of lotus flowers, red seal mark 15cm diameter

£200-300

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140 EAC230/4 CHINESE CANTON FAMILLE ROSE ENAMEL SAUCER DISH 18TH CENTURY of circular form, the well depicting the eight Daoist Immortals in a landscape within a scroll and flower border, the verso with flower border, the reverse with floral sprays, blue Qianlong character mark, Sydney L Moss Ltd. London label 20.5cm diameter

£300-500

141 EAC230/2 CHINESE CANTON ENAMEL SAUCER DISH 19TH CENTURY of circular form depicting a man and a woman crossing a bridge in a landscape, the reverse with a border of flowers and berries, oval seal mark, Sydney L. Moss Ltd. London label 16cm diameter

£300-500

142 EAC230/1 CHINESE POLYCHROME PAINTED PORCELAIN BOWL JAIQING MARK AND PERIOD of circular form with scalloped rim, depicting a mountainous landscape titled ‘White Deer Ancient Cave’, verse inscription to rear from the poem by Bai Juyi ‘Chant of a Tour in the Mountain’, red seal mark to base 18cm wide, 7cm high

£300-500

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143 EAC230/3 GOOD CHINESE CARVED GREEN JADE RUYI SCEPTRE QING DYNASTY of typical form with bat, fungus and dragon decoration, on a silk covered stand, Sydney L Moss Ltd. London label 36cm long

£7,000-9,000

144 FA854/1 CHINESE CARVED HONG-MU DISPLAY CABINET QING, 19TH CENTURY the curved and arched pediment with pierced foliate cresting over a figural carved panel, above an arrangement of open shelves and tiers with foliate carved galleries and panels, and a single compartment below, raised on claw and ball feet 96cm wide, 214cm high, 34cm deep

£6,000-8,000

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145 EZ836/6 CHINESE CARVED GILTWOOD FIGURE OF GUANYIN depicted in flowing robes holding the vase of immortality and sprinkling it on a fish

146 EZ836/7 CHINESE CARVED WHITE STONE HEAD OF GUANYIN with a serene expression and wearing a floral crown 38cm high

£800-1,200

62cm high

£500-700

147 EZ836/3 PAIR OF CHINESE ARCHAIC STYLE BRONZE VASES LATE QING/REPUBLIC each of tapered rectangular form with taotie masks interspersed with animal motifs, hardwood stand (2) 33cm high

£400-600

148 EZ836/4 CHINESE HAN STYLE POTTERY COCOON VASE with flared rim and foot, decorated in red, yellow and blue 25cm high

£300-500

149 LB398/6 PAIR OF CHINESE CELADON AND CRACKLE GLAZED BOTTLE VASES LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY each of globular form with mask and ring handles, key and palmette borders, incised mark to base, but later (2) 25.5cm high

£200-300

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150 FA833/17 CHINESE RED CLAY STICK STAND LATE QING/REPUBLIC of lobed pentagonal form decorated in relief with dragons amidst waves 60cm high

£200-300


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151 FA207/1 CHINESE POLYCHROME PAINTED EGGSHELL VASE REPUBLIC of tapering cylindrical form, depicting a soldier on horseback returning from the Spring hunt, the verso with calligraphic inscription, blue Qianlong seal mark, but later 18.5cm high

£600-800

152 FA207/2 PAIR OF CHINESE POLYCHROME PAINTED EGGSHELL VASES REPUBLIC each depicting a family in a garden setting, calligraphic inscription to verso, blue Qianlong seal mark to base, but later (2) 14cm high

£400-600

153 FA207/6 CHINESE POLYCHROME SCROLL POT REPUBLIC of cylindrical form, decorated with a river and mountain landscape, calligraphic inscription of ‘Fishing, Woodcutting, Farming and Studying’, dated 1923, the base with a blue six character mark for the Jangxi Porcelain Company 29.5cm high

£250-350

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154 FA785/1 CHINESE FAMILLE JAUNE PORCELAIN DOUBLE GOURD VASE LATE QING DYNASTY/REPUBLIC decorated in polychrome with scrolling lotus on a yellow ground, red Qianlong seal mark to base, but later 28cm high

£500-800

155 FB108/3 CHINESE WHITE JADE VASE LATE QING/REPUBLIC of squat ovoid form with flared rim, stained wood stand 8cm wide, 8.5cm high

£300-500

156 FB108/4 TWO CHINESE WHITE JADE BOWLS LATE QING/REPUBLIC comprising a twin handled bowl, of circular form with ram’s head masks, 9cm wide, 3.5cm high; and a twin handled bowl of circular tapered form with flat handles, and a stained wood stand, 10cm wide, 3.5cm high (2) £250-350

157 FB108/5 TWO CHINESE WHITE JADE BOWLS LATE QING/REPUBLIC comprising a bowl of circular tapering form, stained wood stand, 5.5cm wide, 5cm high; a bowl of shallow circular form with flared rim, 5.5cm wide, 3cm high; and a white jade twin handled vase of flattened ovoid form with elephant masks (lacking sections to rim and footrim), stained wood stand, 12cm high (3) £250-350

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158 FA803/2 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE DOUBLE WALLED PORCELAIN VASE 20TH CENTURY composed of tapering sections, the body decorated in red and grey scrollwork with four interior walled panels of a lady in a landscape, seal mark, but later 48cm high

£600-800


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159 FA848/5 CHINESE PAINTING, AFTER WU SHIXIAN (1845-1916) watercolour on paper, depicting a mountainous landscape, calligraphic inscription and red mark 112cm x 62cm

£3,000-4,000

160 LB398/4 CHINESE CARVED BAMBOO PANEL, BY WANG ZUN CIRCA 1965 carved and stained depicting a river goddess with attendants being observed from the riverbank by a warrior beside his horse and inscription for ‘Wealth, Honour and Longevity’ and ‘Spring, 1965/bamboo engraving by Wang Xun’, the reverse with unfinished Chinese inscription for ‘Shanglin tile and Yong’an brick’, in a stained wood frame 26cm wide, 36cm high

£1,000-1,500

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161 EZ836/9 JAPANESE SPECIMEN WOOD PARQUETRY TABLE CABINET MEIJI PERIOD of rectangular form, the hinged caddy top fitted with compartments above two lacquered panel doors opening to reveal six short drawers above a long drawer

162 FA274/49 JAPANESE LACQUER TABLE CABINET MEIJI PERIOD of rectangular form with eight drawers, decorated with butterflies and flowers in gilt on a black and a red ground 32cm wide, 30cm high, 22.5cm deep

£300-500

35cm wide, 39cm high, 20cm deep

£150-250

163 FA209/5 JAPANESE CARVED IVORY BOX MEIJI PERIOD of cylindrical form, the flat cover with rat finial, decorated to the cover and sides with rats eating corn 9cm high

£200-300

164 FA209/6 GROUP OF JAPANESE CARVED IVORY ARTICLES MEIJI PERIOD including an okimono depicting a kneeling artisan at work surrounded by the tools of his trade, on a burr wood stand, 7cm high; a carved ivory face, 4.5cm high; another carved ivory face, 5cm high; and a carved bone vase depicting figures in a landscape, 10.5cm high (4) £200-300

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165 FA418/1 LARGE JAPANESE BRONZE VASE MEIJI PERIOD of ovoid form with shaped flared rim, decorated in relief with an eagle flying above waves

166 YE2011/19 PAIR OF JAPANESE PATINATED METAL CENSERS the pierced covers with fu lion finials, the urn cast bodies with cloud form handles, on a pierced footrim (2)

47cm high

£200-300

£300-500

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167 FB36/1 FINE JAPANESE PATINATED BRONZE AND MIXED METAL VASE MEIJI PERIOD of baluster form with twin elephant head handles, decorated with two opposing panels one depicting a samurai swordsman in an interior, the other with a cockerel amidst pomegranates, inscription to base 33cm high

£800-1,200

168 FA220/14 LARGE JAPANESE SATSUMA VASE MEIJI PERIOD of ovoid form, decorated with pavilions in a wooded landscape, gilt six character mark and a stained wood stand 47cm high

£500-800

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169 EY81/4 JAPANESE SUIT OF ARMOUR 19TH CENTURY consisting of a kaputo (helmet) with gilt lacquer maedate, shikoro (neck armour), soft collar neckpiece, and separate face guard, the dou breast plate and back plate of black enamel panels with flag brackets, kuzazuri (hip guards), sode (shoulder guards) and haidate (thigh guards) of segmented lames with silk cording, and blue patterned silk linings ÂŁ1,000-1,500

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170 FA833/13 SOUTHEAST ASIAN PAINTED STONE BUDDHA in seated position on a lotus throne with Bhumispara mudra 48cm high

£200-300

171 EZ836/5 SOUTHEAST ASIAN GILT METAL STANDING FIGURE OF A BUDDHA depicted standing in royal attire with both hands raised in Abhaya mudra, on a wood plinth

172 EZ836/2 SOUTHEAST ASIAN CARVED STONE HEAD OF THE BODHISATTVA KSITIGARBHA wearing a crown representing the five Dhyani Buddhas 33cm high

£300-500

buddha 82cm high

£700-900

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173 FA954/4 INUIT CARVED WALRUS IVORY FIGURE GROUP 19TH CENTURY modelled as a hunter, a polar bear and a walrus 32cm long

£1,200-1,500

174 FA861/1 WEST AFRICAN CARVED IVORY PHALLUS 19TH CENTURY 50.5cm long

£2,000-3,000

175 FA861/2 CENTRAL AFRICAN TRIBAL CARVED BUFFALO HORN DRINKING VESSEL PROBABLY 19TH CENTURY the horn carved with crocodiles, spiders, elephants, snakes and antelopes with a bronze head terminal 38cm long

£800-1,200

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176 FA416/1 SAWOS, SEPIK RIVER, PAPUA NEW GUINEA ANCESTRAL SPIRIT BOARD FIRST HALF OF 20TH CENTURY pigment on wood, of vertical rectangular form with three ancestral spirit masks flanked by birds and snakes 48cm wide, 202cm high Provenance: Formerly from the Alex Phillips Collection, Melbourne, Australia

£2,000-3,000

177 FB8/3 POLYNESIAN CARVED HARDWOOD PADDLE 19TH CENTURY the handle with carved knot panels and zig-zag ring bands

179 FB8/1 SOUTH SEAS SPLIT BAMBOO LADDER with a spacer bar through the split base, issuing six branch rungs

89cm long

188cm high

£200-300

£200-300

178 FB8/2 SOUTH SEAS CARVED WOOD ADZE 19TH CENTURY of traditional form with a woven collar, ring carved at the angle, the handle with notched edges to the triangular end, the stone blade lacking

180-181 No lots

68cm long

£150-250

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RUGS AND CARPETS

182 FA287/1 ERSARI CARPET TURKMENISTAN, 19TH CENTURY the red field with three columns of six guls, hooked lozenges between, within red lozenge lattice border between bands 270cm x 195cm

£300-500

183 FA290/1 ERSARI ENGSI TURKMENISTAN, 19TH CENTURY of typical form, the red field with central cruciform pattern, within red X inner and outer sainak borders 188cm x 166cm

£100-150

184 YE2011/18 ERSARI JUVAL TURKMENISTAN, LATE 19TH CENTURY the red field with central column of three lozenge guls flanked by indigo and cream zig zag bands, within indigo vine border, stylised flower elem

185 FA759/18A TEKKE JUVAL TURKMENISTAN, LATE 19TH CENTURY the red field with three columns of five guls and four columns of cruciform motifs, within red hooked square border between indigo bands, hooked pole elem

158cm x 102cm

180cm x 102cm

186 FA797/2 TWO YOMUT JUVALS TURKMENISTAN, LATE 19TH CENTURY one with dark brown field with three columns of three guls, within cream linked star border between wave bands, plain elem, kelim back; the other similar, lighter brown (2)

£100-150

£120-180

113cm x 75cm; and 114cm x 70cm

£150-250

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187 FA759/48C TEKKE CARPET TURKMENISTAN, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the red field with five columns of fourteen guls, cruciform motifs between, within red starburst border between multiple bands 336cm x 226cm

£300-500

188 FA759/48 TEKKE CARPET TURKMENISTAN, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the red field with five columns of seventeen guls, cruciform motifs between, within red starburst border between multiple bands, serrated lozenge elem 324cm x 210cm

£300-500

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189 FA587/7 KUBA LONG RUG EAST CAUCASUS, 19TH CENTURY the abrash indigo field with allover polychrome rosette and angular vine pattern, within narrow red stylised vine border 320cm x 128cm

£700-1,000

190 FA982/10 GENDJE KELLEH SOUTH CAUCASUS, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the rose pink field with allover polychrome boteh pattern, within polychrome diagonal striped border between multiple bands, striped kelim ends 352cm x 188cm

£500-800

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191 FA982/11 SHAHSEVAN MAFRASH NORTHWEST PERSIA, EARLY 20TH CENTURY of typical cubic form, the sides with polychrome bands of hooked lozenge motifs, the base striped 106cm x 48cm x 42cm

£150-250 192 FA797/1 YOMUT ENGSI AND TWO FLATWEAVE BAGS TURKMENISTAN, LATE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURIES engsi of typical form, the brown field with cruciform pattern, within triple red and cream borders, serrated elem; the bags with allover polychrome stepped lozenge pattern (3) engsi 155cm x 129cm; bags 70 x 73cm

£120-180 193 EZ362/91 QASHQAI RUG SOUTH PERSIA, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the indigo field with allover large rust boteh pattern, within triple rust and ivory stylised vine borders 202cm x 148cm

£150-250

148cm x 162cm; and 180cm x

engsi 176cm x 125cm; juval

111cm

119cm x 70cm

£200-300

£200-300 195 FA951/1 QASHQAI RUG SOUTH PERSIA, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the field with three linked ivory medallions flanked on each side by two linked rust medallions, allover bird pattern, within multiple geometric borders 212cm x 164cm

£200-300 196 FA258/2 KARACHOPF KAZAK RUG WEST CAUCASUS, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the red and blue chequerboard field with three ivory and red octagonal medallions, within red hooked square border between lemon and ivory bands 226cm x 107cm

£200-300

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197 FA288/1 TWO USHAK RUGS WEST ANATOLIA, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY one with cream field with central green cartouche flanked by half palmettes to each side, within ochre stylised vine border between pyramid bands; the other with deep rose field with central small mauve cross flanked by two blue crosses and other foliate motifs, within blue stylised vine border between pyramid bands (2)

194 FA287/2 TEKKE ENGSI AND YOMUT JUVAL TURKMENISTAN, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the engsi with typical brown cruciform motif field with mihrab arch and polychrome lozenge spandrels, within brown serrated dogdan flower border with outer sainak band; the juval with dark brown field with four columns of four guls, cruciform motifs between, within cream serrated lozenge border, plain elem, kelim back (2)

198 FA979/90 LESGHI SHIRVAN RUG EAST CAUCASUS, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the rosette filled field with four polychrome stars, within multiple polychrome geometric and vine borders 151cm x 110cm

£150-250 199 FA936/3 PART SILK ISFAHAN RUG CENTRAL PERSIA, LATE 20TH CENTURY the burgundy field with central blue cusped medallion, blue and cream spandrels, within indigo palmette and scrolling vine border between grey bands 171cm x 112cm

£500-800

200 FA936/2 QUM CARPET CENTRAL PERSIA, MID 20TH CENTURY the cream field with allover boteh and floral vine pattern, within cream floral vine border between light blue bands 330cm x 220cm

£500-800 201 FA369/8 KIRMAN CARPET CENTRAL PERSIA, EARLY/MID 20TH CENTURY the green field with central cream boteh filled medallion, similar red spandrels and camel panels to each end, within blue boteh filled border between camel bands 362cm x 269cm

£300-500 202 FA287/3 MAHAL CARPET WEST PERSIA, EARLY 20TH CENTURY the red field with central small camel lozenge medallion surrounded by scrolling foliate pattern, within dark brown palmette, rosette and vine border between cream bands 340cm x 250cm

£300-500


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203 FA281/3 ISFAHAN PRAYER RUG CENTRAL PERSIA, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the cream field with various birds amidst foliage, similar spandrels, within red bird, animal and foliate border between indigo bands 202cm x 132cm

£800-1,200

204 FA587/8 TABRIZ RUG NORTHWEST PERSIA, LATE 19TH CENTURY the abrash rust field with large polychrome floral urn, within cream rosette and vine border between multiple bands 168cm x 137cm

£400-600

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205 FA281/6 KARACHOPF KAZAK CARPET WEST CAUCASUS, 20TH CENTURY the bottle green field with large cream octagonal medallion flanked by four cream squares and other motifs, within camel wine glass and leaf border between pyramid bands 245cm x 180cm

£1,700-2,000

206 FA281/10 TALISH RUG SOUTHEAST CAUCASUS, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the rose pink field with allover polychrome diagonal star pattern, within ivory rosette border between multiple bands 202cm x 112cm

£1,600-2,000

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207 FA832/5 SERAB RUNNER NORTHWEST PERSIA, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the camel field with five linked red and blue hooked lozenge medallions, within triple brown cream and green borders 380cm x 106cm

£300-500

209 FA405/1 KARABAGH RUNNER SOUTH CAUCASUS, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the abrash red/orange field with four linked camel lozenge medallions, within narrow green border with outer red and blue bands

208 FA826/2 KARABAGH RUNNER SOUTH CAUCASUS, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the shaded blue field with central column of shaped indigo cartouches, within cream rosette and stylised vine border with outer brown band

398cm x 112cm

444cm x 101cm

£300-500

£300-500

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210 FA281/12 ZEJWA KUBA RUG EAST CAUCASUS, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the dark brown field with central cream serrated square medallion flanked by two similar red medallions, within abrash olive kufic script border between pink bands 242cm x 138cm

£1,000-1,500

211 FA281/5 TALISH RUG SOUTHEAST CAUCASUS, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the red field with central column of five and a half polychrome hooked octagons surrounded by other motifs, within cream rosette border between light blue and green vine bands 220cm x 125cm

£700-1,000

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212 FA258/1 SHIRVAN CARPET SOUTHEAST CAUCASUS, DATED AH 1333 (1915 AD) the gold lattice field with large elongated red and blue medallion, indigo stepped spandrels, within cream hooked vine border and various bands 255cm x 141cm

£700-1,000

213 FA207/19 KASHAN RUG CENTRAL PERSIA, MID 20TH CENTURY the cream field with allover Mughal style floral sprays within stylised bird lattice, within red turtle palmette and arabesque vine border between light blue bands 210cm x 140cm

£400-600

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214 FA936/1 PART SILK NAIN CARPET CENTRAL PERSIA, LATE 20TH CENTURY the cream field with central light blue medallion suspending pendants, surrounded by bird filled scrolling vine pattern, floral urn spandrels, within similar cream border between bands 292cm x 203cm

£1,000-1,500

215 EZ800/16 KIRMAN CARPET CENTRAL PERSIA, EARLY 20TH CENTURY the cream field with allover floral and green boteh pattern, within similar border between light blue and cream bands 604cm x 385cm

£3,000-5,000

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216 FA739/1 MIRZAPUR CARPET NORTHEAST INDIA, MID 20TH CENTURY of Ushak style, the bottle green field with central orange and indigo lozenge medallion, surrounded by foliate motifs, within cream palmette and foliate border between orange and brown bands 364cm x 374cm Provenance: Purchased from E. Hill & Co. in 1958.

£800-1,200

217 FA368/1 BAKHTIARI CARPET WEST PERSIA, EARLY/MID 20TH CENTURY the dark red field with central large ivory and indigo medallion, indigo spandrels, within ivory tree and hill border between dark red bands 515cm x 384cm

£800-1,200

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218 EZ800/14 EUROPEAN CARPET LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY of Persian design, the cream field with allover herati pattern, green rosette spandrels, within brown stylised vase border between various bands 430cm x 345cm

£2,500-3,500

219 EZ800/11 EUROPEAN CARPET EARLY 20TH CENTURY of oval form, the plain cream field within cream rosette and foliate vine border, between inner zodiac style roundel band and outer orange entwined ribbon and star band 575cm x 430cm

£3,000-5,000

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220 FA287/4 MAHAL CARPET WEST PERSIA, 20TH CENTURY the red field with central cream cusped medallion surrounded by foliate pattern, light blue and pink spandrels, within cream floral vine border between bands 430cm x 310cm

£1,000-1,500

221 EZ800/17 TABRIZ CARPET NORTHWEST PERSIA, EARLY 20TH CENTURY the crimson red field with allover palmette and arabesque vine pattern, within cream palmette and arabesque border between green bands 344cm x 244cm

£2,500-3,500

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222 FA388/1 USHAK CARPET AND SECTIONS WEST ANATOLIA, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the red field with allover polychrome tree pattern, within blue palmette and serrated uprights border between bands; with three variously sized offcuts, one joined to side of carpet carpet 510cm x 303cm

ÂŁ700-1,000

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223 FA396/1 SULTANABAD CARPET WEST PERSIA, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the indigo field with allover pink scrolling vine and floral wreathed pattern, within rust red turtle palmette and arabesque vine border between multiple bands 680cm x 430cm

ÂŁ3,000-5,000

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224 FA982/9 BAKHTIARI CARPET WEST PERSIA, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the abrash green field with allover flowerhead pattern, with large stepped pink hexagonal medallion suspending pendants, smaller cream medallion to centre, within abrash indigo palmette and vine border between camel bands 293cm x 212cm

£1,200-1,800

225 FB103/1 USHAK CARPET WEST ANATOLIA, EARLY 20TH CENTURY the rose pink field with central rosette and allover polychrome palmette and angular vine pattern, within indigo palmette and vine border between bands 356cm x 276cm

£800-1,200

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226 FA286/1 USHAK CARPET WEST ANATOLIA, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the rose field with allover palmette, arabesque and vine pattern, within blue palmette and vine border between bands 588cm x 315cm

ÂŁ1,500-2,500 227-229 No lots

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FURNITURE, CLOCKS AND ACCESSORIES

230 FA250/4 ITALIAN MICROMOSAIC PANEL 19TH CENTURY depicting a Venetian view of St. Mark’s piazza from the lagoon, a gondola in the foreground, in a giltwood frame 25cm wide, 20cm high excluding frame

£800-1,200

231 FA658/1 CASTELLI MAIOLICA PLAQUE MID 18TH CENTURY of rectangular form, decorated to the centre with St. Nicholas holding a bible in his left hand and blessing with his right hand, three children awaiting baptism on the right and an attendant to the left with a chalice, in a stained wood frame 19cm x 31cm

£1,000-1,500

232 FA902/9 PAIR OF NOVELTY MINIATURE OAK BARRELS EARLY 20TH CENTURY each stamped ‘J.W. Green Ltd, The Brewery, Luton’ (2) 116cm high

£100-200

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233 FA902/1 PAIR OF ITALIAN BLUE PAINTED AND PARCEL GILT ARMCHAIRS 18TH CENTURY with padded cartouche shaped backs and outswept scroll arms above drop-in seats, raised on shell carved cabriole legs (2) £4,000-6,000

234 FA772/2 CONTINENTAL CARVED HORN AND WHITE METAL SNUFF BOX 18TH CENTURY of oval form the lid decorated with an ibex

235 FA542/1 NUREMBERG BRONZE NEST OF WEIGHTS 17TH CENTURY with six weights, the master cup inscribed ‘For Inner Kathing’

7.5cm wide, 5cm high

9cm wide, 12cm high

£200-300

£400-600

236 FA961/2 ITALIAN MAIOLICA VASE IN THE VENETIAN STYLE 19TH CENTURY of squat ovoid form, decorated in blue, yellow and green with opposing panels of a man and a woman with foliate and floral border 20cm high

237 FA979/7 ITALIAN CALTAGIRONE, SICILY MAIOLICA VASE IN THE VENETIAN STYLE 17TH/18TH CENTURY of squat ovoid form decorated with a figural panel surrounded by yellow and blue foliate motifs on a blue ground, converted to a lamp

£200-300

25cm high

£300-400

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238 FA40/4 CHARLES II WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS LATE 17TH CENTURY the rectangular top with a moulded edge over four panelled long drawers, raised on later bracket feet 102cm wide, 95cm high, 61cm deep

£700-1,000

238A FA296/2 BAROQUE STYLE BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK LATE 19TH CENTURY the engraved dial with white enamel chapters and an eight day striking movement, within an ornate openwork foliate and figural case, raised on an ogee moulded rectangular base 47cm high

£400-600

239 FA956/3 NORTHERN EUROPEAN CARVED ELM CHEST LATE 17TH CENTURY the rectangular top over a front panel profusely carved wtih double headed birds, animals, flowers, and geometric motifs, flanked by chip carved uprights, above a shaped apron 160cm long, 80cm high, 57cm deep

£1,000-1,500

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240 FB17/5 FLEMISH CARVED OAK CABINET ON STAND EARLY 18TH CENTURY the lunette carved cornice above a pair of architectural doors carved with shells, cupids, and figures in niches, the panelled moulded interior with a shelf, flanked by fluted corners above a pair of moulded drawers with leaf carved edges with cartouches inscribed ‘ANNO 1705’, raised supports joined by an undertier and ending on tapered block feet 145cm wide, 194cm high, 64cm deep

£2,000-3,000

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241 FA942/1 CHARLES II OAK JOINT STOOL 17TH CENTURY the rectangular plank seat with a moulded edge over a carved seat rail, raised on turned legs joined by peripheral stretchers 46cm wide, 56cm high, 28cm deep

£200-300

242 EZ362/18 CHARLES II OAK INLAID COFFER 17TH CENTURY the rectangular hinged top over a frieze inlaid with stars and lozenges, above three arched panel front with star inlay, flanked and divided by moulded columns, raised on stile feet 134cm long, 66cm high, 52cm deep

£500-700

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243 FB42/3 CONTINENTAL CARVED AND POLYCHROMED AND PARCEL GILT MALE SAINT 19TH CENTURY the figure, possibly St. Joseph, holding the infant Christ wearing a red and gilt cloak, standing on a blue orb 107cm high

£600-800

244 FB42/1 CONTINENTAL CARVED AND POLYCHROMED FIGURE OF A FEMALE SAINT 19TH CENTURY depicting a woman in a green robe and wearing a red cloak, possibly Mary Magdalen, once part of a devotional group 96cm high

£600-800

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245 FB42/2 ITALIAN GILTWOOD AND POLYCHROMED RELIQUARY CABINET 19TH CENTURY the arched case with pierced and gilt rococo surround enclosing a glazed and mirror back interior 62cm wide, 81cm high

£400-600

246 FB42/4 CONTINENTAL CARVED, POLYCHROMED, AND PARCEL GILT FIGURE GROUP 19TH CENTURY modelled as two angels kneeling in adoration 68cm wide, 52cm high

£500-700

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247 FB42/5 PAIR OF CONTINENTAL CARVED FIGURES OF CHERUBIM 19TH CENTURY each modelled with raised arms and clothed in draped swags (2) £800-1,200

248 FB42/6 LARGE CONTINENTAL CARVED, POLYCHROMED AND PARCEL GILT MADONNA AND CHILD 19TH CENTURY the crowned figure of Mary standing on an orb and treading on a serpent, holding the crowned infant Christ in her left arm, attended by cherubim

249 FA860/81 WILLIAM & MARY STYLE CABINET ON STAND 20TH CENTURY the moulded cornice over a pair of arched glazed doors opening to shelves, the stand with a long frieze drawer and raised on turned and tapered legs with a shaped undertier, on bun feet

145cm high

Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£1,000-1,500

76cm wide, 190cm high, 41cm deep

£300-500

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250 FA901/1 RARE SPANISH YEW WOOD COMMODE 17TH CENTURY the rectangular top above five long drawers with carved brickwork decoration, raised on a later ebonised plinth base 170cm wide, 116cm high, 91cm deep

ÂŁ5,000-8,000

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251 FA902/5 DUTCH COLONIAL WALNUT PRESS CUPBOARD EARLY 19TH CENTURY the domed moulded cornice above a pair of panelled doors, opening to reveal shelves, the base with one long apron drawer, raised on baluster turned legs 115cm wide, 170cm high, 56cm deep

ÂŁ1,000-1,500

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252 FB37/7 GEORGE I STYLE GILTWOOD CONSOLE TABLE OF RECENT MANUFACTURE the rectangular marble top above a scroll carved frieze, raised on cabriole legs ending in claw and ball feet 104cm wide, 76cm high, 56cm deep

£500-700

253 FA902/26 ITALIAN PAINTED AND PARCEL CONSOLE TABLE 18TH CENTURY the highly figured inset rectangular alabaster top above a panelled frieze with applied rosettes, raised on turned and fluted tapered legs, the feet later 142cm wide, 91cm high, 72cm deep

£5,000-8,000

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254 IRISH GEORGE II MAHOGANY SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE MID 18TH CENTURY comprising a double seat settee and six side chairs, with scroll carved top rails over a foliate carved and pierced vasiform splat, above drop-in upholstered seats, raised on shell carved cabriole legs terminating on foliate carved trifid feet (7) Settee 155cm wide, 104cm high, 56cm deep

ÂŁ5,000-8,000

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255 FA895/6 PAIR OF IRISH GEORGE II GILTWOOD GIRONDOLE MIRRORS MID 18TH CENTURY AND LATER one mirror is of later construction, the scroll carved and pierced frames with flowerheads, shells, and C-scrolls with a pair of brass candle arms, enclosing rectangular mirror plates (2) 49cm wide, 79cm high

£2,000-3,000

256 FA858/7 GEORGE II MAHOGANY FOLDOVER TEA TABLE MID 18TH CENTURY the rectangular foldover top with outset squared corners, above a plain frieze, raised on acanthus carved cabriole legs terminating on ball and claw feet 79cm wide, 73cm high, 39cm deep (closed)

£700-1,000

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257 FA860/63 GEORGE II MAHOGANY LIBRARY BOOKCASE CIRCA 1750 the pierced and carved swan neck pediment above a dentil moulded frieze and pair of gothic arch glazed doors opening to shelves; the lower part with false drawer cupboard doors over a pair of short drawers, on shaped bracket feet 168cm wide, 248cm high, 62cm deep Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

ÂŁ5,000-8,000

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258 GEORGE II STYLE GILTWOOD AND MARBLE TOP CONSOLE TABLE the rectangular green marble top over an egg and dart moulded carved flowerhead frieze centred by a mask, raised on acanthus carved cabriole legs ending on claw and ball feet 112cm wide, 79cm high, 55cm deep

ÂŁ2,000-3,000

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259 FA891/3 GEORGE II MAHOGANY LINEN PRESS MID 18TH CENTURY the moulded cornice over a pair of panel cupboard doors opening to sliding tray shelves, the lower part with two short over two further short drawers, on bracket feet 132cm wide, 164cm high, 70cm deep

£800-1,200 260 FB17/16 LARGE GEORGE III MAHOGANY BOWFRONT TOILET MIRROR CIRCA 1790 the oval plate on shaped uprights, the base with three drawers, on ogee bracket feet 100cm wide, 83cm high, 33cm deep

£200-300

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261 FA684/1 PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY MIRRORS 19TH CENTURY the reniform bevelled plates in a pierced foliate and Cscroll carved frame with bracket shelves (2) 63cm wide, 108cm high

£300-500

262 FA377/1 GOOD GEORGE II MAHOGANY WINE COOLER ON STAND CIRCA 1750 the oval cooler with brass loop handles, on a conforming stand with cabriole legs ending on pad feet 67cm wide, 58cm high

£800-1,200

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263 FB37/1 GEORGE III STYLE WHITE PAINTED CARVED MIRROR OF RECENT MANUFACTURE the oval plate within an ornate foliate carved pierced frame 72cm wide, 148cm high

£300-400

264 FB37/5 SET OF TWELVE GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE including two armchairs, the foliate carved backs with interlaced pierced splats, above drop in seats raised on cabriole legs with claw and ball feet (12) £1,000-1,500

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265 FB37/3 VICTORIAN LEATHER UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIR 19TH CENTURY covered in studded brown leather, raised on turned tapered legs ending on ceramic castors £300-500

266 FB37/2 PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE PEAT BUCKETS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE after Irish examples, with brass liners and a swing handle, the spiral reeded sides with shell carved motifs 35cm diam, 43cm high

£400-600

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267 FB17/13 FINE AND UNUSUAL GEORGE III HAREWOOD AND SATINWOOD TRIPLE SECTION WORK TABLE CIRCA 1790 in the Sheraton taste, each part inlaid with stringing, entwined harebell and berry inlaid crossbanding, the scarcophagus form upper box with a polychrome mother and child domestic scene to the lid, two classical medallions to the front and veneered ovals to the sides and rear, the middle part with similar inlays and scenes with a pair of doors opening to an arrangement of drawers, the stand with a frieze drawer and raised on square tapered legs joined by an undertier and ending in brass cappings and castors 40.5cm high, 108cm high, 34.5cm deep

£2,000-3,000

268 FA982/1 GEORGE III MAHOGANY FRAME CAMPAIGN SOFA EARLY 19TH CENTURY with a removable serpentine back and scroll arms and a single loose cushion seat, raised on reeded legs joined by stretchers, in red and cream foliate upholstery 230cm long, 95cm high, 80cm deep

£3,000-5,000

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269 FB17/10 GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY UPHOLSTERED LIBRARY ARMCHAIR EARLY 20TH CENTURY the shaped back over padded open arms, above an upholstered seat and shell and foliate carved seat rail, raised on cabriole legs ending in leaf carved pad feet £1,000-1,500

270 FA981/34 GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY DINING TABLE EARLY 20TH CENTURY comprising a pair of ends with rounded corners and a square centre section, all with a carved moulded edge, raised on fluted square tapered legs headed by paterae and terminating on block feet 236cm long, 73cm high, 113cm wide

£800-1,000

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271 FA981/33 SET OF EIGHT GEORGE III MAHOGANY SHIELD BACK DINING CHAIRS LATE 18TH CENTURY comprising two armchairs and six side chairs, the shield backs with fluted vertical splats and carved with wheat sheafs and sunflower motifs, over drop in seats raised on square tapered legs joined by stretchers, the side chairs stamped “WD” (8) 55cm wide, 94cm high, 46cm deep

£500-700

272 FB37/8 UNUSUAL PAINTED MARBLE TOP CONSOLE TABLE OF RECENT MANUFACTURE after a design by Vanbrugh for the Grand Bridge at Blenheim Palace, the veneered porphyry top raised on an architectural style base with simulated brickwork 129cm wide, 90cm high, 47cm deep

£500-700 273-274 No lots

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275 FRENCH HEPPLEWHITE ROSEWOOD AND MARQUETRY DESK LATE 18TH CENTURY the shaped rectangular top with an insert leather surface within a floral marquetry border, over a single frieze drawer raised on cabriole legs with further floral marquetry 94cm wide, 72cm high, 60cm deep

ÂŁ2,000-3,000


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276 FA957/1 GEORGE III MAHOGANY PRESS CUPBOARD 18TH CENTURY the dentil moulded cornice above a pair of moulded panel doors, the base with a single long drawer raised on bracket feet 130cm high, 210cm wide, 57cm deep

£700-1,000

277 FA981/17 IRISH GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD LONGCASE CLOCK SAMUEL LAHEE, WEXFORD the broken pediment hood over a brass dial with Roman and Arabic chapters and subsidiary seconds dial, flanked by fluted columns, the case with a shaped door with a satinwood panel flanked by fluted quarter columns £800-1,200

278 FA902/19 GEORGE III MAHOGANY WIG STAND CIRCA 1760 of typical form, raised on three cabriole legs ending in pointed pad feet 28cm wide, 80cm high

£150-250

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279 FB37/1B GEORGE III STYLE CARVED PAINTED WOOD WALL MIRROR OF RECENT MANUFACTURE the rectangular plate within a foliate scroll carved openwork frame 135cm wide, 88cm high

£400-600

280 FA902/25 GEORGE III MAHOGANY TRAY CIRCA 1760 the undulating galleried sides with pierced carrying handles 56cm wide, 43cm deep

£300-500

281 FB17/6 GEORGE III MAHOGANY BIRDCAGE TRIPOD TABLE CIRCA 1760 the piecrust tilt top on a fluted lobed turned column support ending in acanthus carved cabriole legs with claw and ball feet and recessed castors 94cm diameter, 73cm high

£600-900

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282 FA891/1 GEORGE III OAK LONGCASE CLOCK 19TH CENTURY the square moulded hood over an engraved silvered boss depicting an eagle, the arched silvered dial with Roman and Arabic numerals with subsidiary seconds and date dials, eight day movement, flanked by Corinthian columns with gilt metal capitals, over a trunk case with a shaped door, raised on bracket feet 55cm wide, 220cm high, 30cm deep

£800-1,200

283 FA979/21 GEORGE III MAHOGANY WINE COOLER ON STAND 18TH CENTURY the oval brass bound tub with lion mask loop handles, the stand with cabriole legs ending on pad feet 62cm wide, 56cm high

£500-700

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284 GEORGE III MAHOGANY WINE COOLER 18TH CENTURY of cubic form with a moulded edge hinged cover and carrying handles to the sides, raised on turned feet ÂŁ1,500-2,500

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285 FA896/2 GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST ON CHEST LATE 18TH CENTURY in two parts, the moulded cornice over two short drawers and three long drawers flanked by fluted angles; the lower part with a brushing slide over three long drawers, on shaped bracket feet 117cm wide, 179cm high, 59cm deep

£500-800 286 FA860/83 GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD CROSSBANDED TEA CADDY LATE 18TH CENTURY of oval form with boxwood stringing and brass handle 16cm wide, 13cm high, 11.5cm deep Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£150-250 287 FA860/80 GEORGE III MAHOGANY WASHSTAND EARLY 19TH CENTURY the hinged top opening to wells and a ratcheted rising mirror; over a cupboard door and base drawer, raised on square straight legs Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£200-400

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288 PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY LOW CABINETS, ATTRIBUTED TO GILLOWS LATE 18TH CENTURY the rectangular top with a reeded edge over a pair of cupboard doors on a moulded plinth base (2) 161cm wide, 97cm high, 59cm deep Provenance: Ex-Dunimarle Castle, Culross, Fife

ÂŁ5,000-8,000


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289 FA895/2 IRISH GEORGE III YEW WOOD MARQUETRY LONGCASE CLOCK MARTIN KIRKPATRICK, DUBLIN the moulded dome hood with urn finials over a brass and steel dial with Roman and Arabic chapters, subsidiary moon phase and seconds dials, and date aperature, the case with a glazed aperature and inlaid with a burl wood panel, eight day movement 52cm wide, 260cm high, 28cm deep

ÂŁ10,000-15,000

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290 GEORGE III MAHOGANY SILVER TABLE 18TH CENTURY the rectangular dished top with notched corners above a shaped apron and raised on slender cabriole legs ending on pad feet 79cm wide, 73cm high, 50cm deep

ÂŁ3,000-4,000

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291 FA891/5 GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS LATE 18TH CENTURY the rectangular top over four graduated long drawers, the whole outlined in boxwood stringing, raised on bracket feet 108cm wide, 91cm high, 54cm deep

£500-700

292 FA860/72 SET OF EIGHT HEPPLEWHITE STYLE DINING CHAIRS 20TH CENTURY including one armchair, the shield backs carved with Prince of Wales plumes and swags, with red leather drop-in seats, on square tapered legs united by stretchers and ending on spade feet (8) 48cm wide, 97cm high Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£800-1,200

293 FB37/9 SET OF EIGHT PAINTED HEPPLEWHITE STYLE CHAIRS OF RECENT MANUFACTURE the wheel and bellflower carved arched backs above drop-in seats raised on square tapered legs ending in spade feet (8) £600-800

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294 FA370/1 GEORGE III MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK ALEXANDER MICO, LONDON the swan neck pediment centred by a brass urn finial over floral carved panels and an arched brass dial with Roman and Arabic chapters, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperature, eight day movement, flanked by free Doric columns, the trunk with a shaped door 47cm wide, 216cm high, 25cm deep

£800-1,200

295 FA728/1 GEORGE III MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK 18TH CENTURY the swan neck pediment with brass eagle finials above an arched glazed door and painted dial depicting songbirds and flowers, with two subsidiary dials, flanked by fluted columns, the trunk door flanked by fluted quarter columns, eight day movement 48cm wide, 210cm high

£700-900

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296 FA860/65 GEORGE III MAHOGANY BOWFRONT HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD 18TH CENTURY the moulded cornice over a frieze with butterfly inlay, above a pair of panelled cupboard doors, the interior fitted with shelves and drawers 76cm wide, 107cm high, 51cm deep Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£500-700

297 FA860/71 LATE GEORGE III MAHOGANY D-END DINING TABLE EARLY 19TH CENTURY the D ends raised on turned and tapered legs, with five leaf inserts 351cm long (extended), 74cm high, 114cm deep Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£2,000-3,000 108


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298* FA830/1 GEORGE III MAHOGANY BANDED WALL CLOCK REID, EDINBURGH the round white enamel Roman numeral dial surmounted by a moulded pediment, over a swollen trunk with satinwood banding and urn inlay, eight day movement, bell strike 162cm high

£1,000-1,500

299 FA759/14 GEORGE III MAHOGANY PIECRUST TEA TABLE 18TH CENTURY WITH ALTERATIONS the circular top with piecrust edge raised on a turned and foliate carved support, on a carved tripod base ending on slipper feet 66cm diameter, 71cm high

£600-800

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300 FB37/1A GEORGE III STYLE CARVED PAINTED WOOD WALL MIRROR OF RECENT MANUFACTURE the oval plate within an ornate rococo scroll carved frame 61cm wide, 104cm high

£200-300

301 FA759/29 GEORGE III STYLE BRASS AND CAST IRON FIRE BASKET EARLY 20TH CENTURY in the Adam style, the brass square column legs with urn finials flanking a pierced serpentine frieze and arched cast iron back panel 75cm wide, 71cm high, 38cm deep

£700-1,000

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302 FA888/1 SCOTTISH VICTORIAN MARBLE FIRE SURROUND 19TH CENTURY the rectangular top above a gadrooned frieze centred by a Royal Scottish coat of arms, the panelled apron inscribed ‘IN DEFENS’ (In My Defens My God Defend), supported by a pair of sienna marble and granite corinthian pilasters, together with a fire back grate and fire dogs 234cm wide, 145cm high

£2,000-3,000

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303 FA406/1 GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED AND INLAID CHEST ON CHEST, POSSIBLY CHANNEL ISLANDS LATE 18TH CENTURY, WITH ALTERATIONS in two parts: the dentil moulded cornice over a frieze inlaid with fan and reed motifs, above two short and three long drawers flanked by gilt metal mounted quarter columns; the lower part with three long graduated drawers, on shaped bracket feet 114cm wide, 186cm high, 53cm deep

£3,000-5,000

304 FA390/3 GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND CROSSBANDED BUREAU BOOKCASE LATE 18TH CENTURY in two parts; the swan neck pediment over twin astragal glazed doors opening to shelves, over a slant front opening to a fitted interior, above one short and three long drawers, and raised on bracket feet 102cm wide, 260cm high, 56cm deep

£1,000-1,500

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305 FA40/44 GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE CIRCA 1760 the plain rectangular top over a blind fret carved deep frieze, raised on straight square legs ending on block feet 168cm long, 84cm high, 71cm deep

£1,200-1,800

306 FA40/16 GEORGE III MAHOGANY PEDESTAL DESK LATE 18TH CENTURY the rectangular top with an insert red leather embossed writing surface, over a plain frieze with drawers to each end, raised on two banks of three drawers on a plinth base 137cm wide, 78cm high, 81cm deep

£2,000-3,000

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307 FA398/1 GEORGE III MAHOGANY FOUR POST BED EARLY 19TH CENTURY AND LATER the later moulded tester frame raised on large spiral and leaf carved posts, fitted with a Heal’s ticking covered base and mattress 189cm wide, 243cm high, 260cm long

£2,000-3,000

308 FA833/12 ROYAL WARRANT GILT METAL MOUNT 19TH CENTURY cast and pierced 30cm wide, 21cm high

£150-250 309 FA896/15 REGENCY ROSEWOOD AND BRASS BOUND WRITING SLOPE EARLY 19TH CENTURY with counter sunk carrying handles, the fold-open top enclosing a fitted interior with inset leather writing surface 50cm wide, 19cm high, 27cm deep

£200-300

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310 FB17/4 SCOTTISH WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY TOILET MIRROR CIRCA 1835 the rounded rectangular plate in a moulded frame between a pair of foliate carved supports, over a shaped rectangular base with three short drawers divided by foliate carved scroll uprights 74cm wide, 94cm high, 29cm deep

£300-500

311* FA389/1 GEORGE III MAHOGANY PEDESTAL PARTNER’S DESK EARLY 19TH CENTURY the rectangular brown leather insert top above three frieze drawers and three opposing drawers, on twin pedestals with banks of three drawers, the same opposing, on a plinth base 160cm wide, 82cm high, 133cm deep

£2,000-3,000

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312 EZ362/50 GEORGE III PROVINCIAL OAK DRESSER 18TH CENTURY the moulded cornice above three closed back plate rails; the base with three short drawers and raised on square slightly tapered legs 193cm wide, 188cm high

ÂŁ800-1,200

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313 FA423/4 SCOTTISH MAHOGANY DRUMHEAD LONGCASE CLOCK ROBERT BRYSON, 19TH CENTURY the engraved silvered Roman numeral dial with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, eight day movement, the trunk door flanked by reeded quarter columns 46cm wide, 198cm high, 22cm deep

£800-1,200

314 EZ823/43 SET OF SEVEN SCOTTISH MAHOGANY AND EBONY SIDE CHAIRS 19TH CENTURY the curved backs with bobbin-turned rails and spindles, the corners set with ebony roundels, over drop-in padded seats and raised on bobbinturned forelegs (7) 44cm wide, 87cm high, 40cm deep

£400-500

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315 FA741/1 SCOTTISH GEORGE III MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK EARLY 19TH CENTURY the swan neck pediment over a painted arched dial with Roman and Arabic chapters, with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, the cresting painted with the Battle of Culloden Moor, the spandrels depicting memorials to Nelson, Woolf, Abry and Duncan, over an inlaid trunk 46cm wide, 214cm high, 23cm deep

£500-800 316 FA656/1 SCOTTISH GEORGE III OAK LONGCASE CLOCK, OF JACOBITE INTEREST JAMES MYLNE, MONTROSE the moulded cornice above a brass and steel dial with Arabic and Roman numeral chapters, with a subsidiary seconds dial and date aperature, the hood mounted with an engraved circular plaque inscribed “A Relic of Col Gardiner who fell at the Battle of Prestonpans, 1745”; the case containing burrwood inlay panels 46cm wide, 207cm high, 30cm deep Note: The Battle of Prestonpans was the first major conflict of the second Jacobite uprising between the supporters of James Stuart and the government forces of George II. The battle, which took place 21 September 1745, became famous as an early victory for the Jacobite forces. Colonel James Gardiner, a senior Hanoverian commander, was mortally wounded beneath a white thorntree, a section of which is now in the National War Museum.

£1,000-1,500

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317* EZ367/4 SCOTTISH REGENCY MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE EARLY 19TH CENTURY the straight moulded cornice over a pair of astragal glazed doors opening to shelves and flanked by free standing columns with gilt metal foliate capitals; the lower section with a fall front dummy drawer fitted with pigeon holes and drawers, above a pair of bead moulded cupboard doors flanked by further columns, on turned ball feet 130cm wide, 259cm high, 62cm deep

ÂŁ1,500-2,500

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318 FA902/11 P. STEYNS SS LOCHNESS oil on canvas, signed and dated 1907, framed 64cm wide, 40cm high Note: SS Lochness (Capt. Bully Martin), built in 1869 weighing 1258 tons, owned by the Glasgow Shipping Co. (Loch Line). In 1908 the ship was sold to Stevedore & Shipping Co. Sidney who were a subsidary of Deutshe - Australische Line where it was used for a coal hulk. In 1914 it was siezed by the Australian goverment and sunk in 1926 in gunfire practice by H.M.A.S Melbourne off Rottnest Island, Freemantle.

£300-400

319 EZ362/90B MINIATURE PORTRAIT ON IVORY SCOTTISH SCHOOL, EARLY 19TH CENTURY depicting a young girl holding a dove, in an ebonised frame, a label on the back identifies the sitter as “Charlotte Coldstream at the age of 18 months in 1802. Presented to Joseph Johnstone on his marriage in 1820 by her father Robert Coldstream” 7cm high

£250-350

320 EAA554/1 SCOTTISH PAINTED CAST IRON TILT-TOP TEA TABLE the circular top with a cast foliate border and painted with a Highland hunt scene, on a foliate and scroll cast pedestal support and triform base 74cm diameter, 76cm high

£2,000-3,000

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321 FB17/2 REGENCY GILLOWS ROSEWOOD FOLDOVER GAMES TABLE CIRCA 1835 the foldover rectangular top with a carved moulded edge opening to a green baize playing surface, raised on foliate carved trestle supports and terminating on lion paw feet 86cm wide, 76cm high, 45cm deep

£3,000-4,000

322 FA902/14 UNUSUAL GEORGE III MAHOGANY METAMORPHIC LIBRARY TABLE EARLY 19TH CENTURY the sliding rectangular top over a pair of dummy drawers to one end, opening to reveal a pull out set of library steps, raised on square tapered legs ending on spade feet 76cm wide, 77cm high, 48cm deep

£1,500-2,500 323-324 No lots

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325 FA901/8 EARLY VICTORIAN SIMULATED ROSEWOOD PINE ‘WATERFALL’ BOOKCASE CIRCA 1840 the superstructure with five open shelves above a pair of panelled cupboard doors, raised on turned bun feet 136cm wide, 228cm high, 38cm deep

£800-1,200

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326 REGENCY SATINWOOD, ROSEWOOD AND PARCEL GILT LIBRARY TABLE EARLY 19TH CENTURY the rectangular top with a moulded edge and a red leather insert surface, over two short frieze drawers, raised on acanthus carved end trestle supports with gilt foliate feet 138cm wide, 74cm high, 60cm deep

ÂŁ2,000-3,000

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327 FA860/78 REGENCY MAHOGANY LINEN PRESS CIRCA 1815 the dentil moulded cornice over a plain frieze and pair of moulded cupboard doors opening to tray slides; the lower part with two short over two long drawers above a shaped apron and splayed feet 137cm wide, 202cm high, 56cm deep Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£500-1,000

328 FA860/76 REGENCY BOWFRONT CHEST ON CHEST EARLY 19TH CENTURY the dentil moulded cornice over a deep frieze and two short and two long drawers; the lower part with a further two short and two long drawers, on bracket feet, the whole outlined with ebonised stringing and marked at the corners with fleurs de lys 88cm wide, 166cm high, 52cm deep Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£2,000-3,000

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329 FA420/31 REGENCY ROSEWOOD BRASS BOUND WORK TABLE EARLY 19TH CENTURY the rounded rectangular top with pierced brass galleries to the D-ends, above three short frieze drawers and a sliding work bag, raised on a Ushaped support and carved column pedestal ending on a quatreform base with claw and ball feet and castors 71cm wide, 77cm high, 37cm deep Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£800-1,200

330 FA779/15 REGENCY ROSEWOOD AND BRASS INLAY SIDE CABINET CIRCA 1820 the rectangular grey marble top over a plain frieze centred by foliate brass inlay, above a pair of cupboard doors with brass grille inserts flanked by brass inlaid scrolled uprights, on a plinth base 120cm wide, 95cm high, 38cm deep Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£1,200-1,800

109cm wide, 107cm high,

331 FA860/70 REGENCY GILTWOOD CONVEX WALL MIRROR EARLY 19TH CENTURY with carved eagle and foliate cresting, the convex mirror plate within an ebonised slip and moulded surround with sphere decoration

54cm deep

48cm diameter, 74cm high

333 FB44/1 REGENCY GILLOWS STYLE MAHOGANY WRITING TABLE EARLY 19TH CENTURY the rounded rectangular top with a hinged flap revealing a recess fitted for inkpots and pens, over a single frieze drawer, raised on reeded and turned tapered legs

Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£800-1,200

65cm wide, 68cm high, 45cm deep

330A FA860/75 REGENCY MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS EARLY 19TH CENTURY the top with a reeded edge over four graduated drawers, raised on bracket feet

332 FA860/68 REGENCY MAHOGANY CORNER WASHSTAND EARLY 19TH CENTURY of typical form with three tiers and ebonised line inlay 68cm wide, 113cm high, 49cm deep

£200-300

£800-1,200

£400-600

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334 FA373/8 PAIR OF REGENCY EBONISED AND PARCEL GILT CANED ARMCHAIRS CIRCA 1810 the curved backrails above spindle clusters and curved arms, above oval caned seats with loose cushions, raised on round tapered legs; together with a pair of similar ebonised, parcel gilt and caned side chairs (4) 55cm wide, 83cm high, 46cm deep

£300-500

335 EZ823/26 GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY AND CROSSBANDED BREAKFAST TABLE 19TH CENTURY the circular moulded top over a turned columnar support, raised on scrolled legs with castors 135cm wide, 75cm high

£1,000-1,500

336 EZ362/8 REGENCY BRASS BOUND MAHOGANY CAMPAIGN CHEST EARLY 19TH CENTURY in two parts, with two short drawers over three long drawers with brass flush handles, on bun feet 89cm wide, 103cm high, 49cm deep

£1,000-1,500

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337 FA291/1 FINE BOULLE AND EBONISED SERPENTINE COMMODE 19TH CENTURY inlaid throughout with scrolling brass foliage and with gilt bronze mounts, the rounded rectangular top above three long drawers centred by mask cast high relief escutcheons, raised on splayed feet with sabots 132cm wide, 89cm high, 67cm deep

ÂŁ15,000-20,000

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338 FB17/11 SET OF TEN SOUTH GERMAN BIEDERMEIER CHERRYWOOD DINING CHAIRS CIRCA 1830 the curved backs with pierced stylised flowerhead backs above drop-in seats, raised on slightly curved outswept legs (10) £1,500-2,500

339 FA902/15 GEORGE IV BIRD’S EYE MAPLE SIDE CABINET CIRCA 1825 the ebony inlaid crossbanded top above two pleated silk panel doors, opening to reveal two adjustable shelves, raised on a plinth base 101cm wide, 89cm high, 34cm deep

£1,500-2,500

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340 FA902/10 WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD LIBRARY TABLE CIRCA 1835 the rectangular top with a moulded edge over a plain frieze with two short drawers and a bead and reel edge, raised on carved and turned trestle supports ending on lion paw feet and joined by a turned stretcher 142cm wide, 74cm high, 75cm deep

£600-800

341 FA902/24 FINE GEORGE IV MAHOGANY AND BRASS BOUND STATIONERY BOX BAYLEY & BLEW, LONDON, CIRCA 1825 the hinged lid enclosing a red leather lined interior with secret document folder, above a deep compartmented apron drawer, bearing brass maker’s label ‘Manufactured by Bayley & Blew, Cockspur Street, London’; fitted with later compartmented removable trays 44cm wide, 22cm high, 29cm deep

£700-900

342 FA902/23 GEORGE IV MAHOGANY AND BRASS BOUND WRITING SLOPE CIRCA 1825 with counter sunk side handles and a lateral apron drawer, the fold-open top enclosing a fitted interior with a green baize writing surface 50cm wide, 20cm high, 28cm deep

£150-250

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343 FA901/14 GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD AND MARBLE TOP OCCASIONAL TABLE CIRCA 1825 the associated Indian specimen foliate marble top raised on a lappet carved column support, ending on a triform base with carved paw feet 59cm wide, 73cm high

£1,500-2,500

344 FA848/1 SIR JOHN STEELL (SCOTTISH 1804-1891) MARBLE BUST OF A GENTLEMAN raised on a socle base, signed ‘Jn. STEELL, Sculp, 1851’ 73cm high

£1,000-1,500

345 EZ823/28 GEORGE IV MAHOGANY WASHSTAND IN THE MANNER OF GILLOWS EARLY 19TH CENTURY the rectangular top with a three-quarter gallery with scrolled ends, over three short frieze drawers, raised on turned and reeded legs ending on brass castors 124cm wide, 96cm high, 60cm deep

£600-700

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346 FINE GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD GAMES TABLE CIRCA 1825 the oval top with brass galleries to the D-ends, the central section sliding to reveal a recessed leather games board and reversing to a playing board, raised on carved end supports ending on carved foliate feet joined by a turned stretcher 96cm wide, 76cm high, 51cm deep

ÂŁ3,000-5,000

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347 FA860/64 GEORGE IV MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE CIRCA 1825 the moulded cornice over a pair of glazed doors, flanked by further glazed doors, opening to shelves; the lower part centred by two long drawers flanked by short drawers, on a plinth base 192cm wide, 196cm high, 40cm deep Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£3,000-5,000

348 FA860/82 GEORGE IV MAHOGANY BRASS BOUND BOX CIRCA 1830 the hinged top opening to a compartmented interior and a base drawer, with brass corner mounts, straps, and counter sunk brass handles 30cm wide, 16.5cm high, 23cm deep Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£100-150

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349 FA587/2 SET OF SEVEN GEORGE IV LABURNUM DINING CHAIRS comprising six side chairs and one armchair, each with a shaped top rail over a horizontal splat and upholstered seat, raised on square tapering legs united by stretchers, bearing label ‘John Kiel Ltd. Bristol’ (7) 45cm wide, 85cm high, 42cm deep

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350 FA126/3 GEORGE IV MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK CIRCA 1830 the moulded pediment above a painted dial with an arched panel depicting Britannia beside a globe, the spandrels painted with figures emblematic of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and England; with a Roman numeral chapter and two subsidiary dials, flanked by columns; the trunk with a convex door with anthemion cresting flanked by columns 47cm wide, 214cm high, 27cm deep

£800-1,200

351 FA955/5 WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD OCTAGONAL CENTRE TABLE CIRCA 1835 the butterfly veneered top with a moulded edge, raised on three foliate carved scrolling legs joined by a carved stretcher 135cm diameter, 74cm high

£500-700

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352 EZ823/7 WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE CIRCA 1835 the rectangular top with long frieze drawer and corner drop finials, raised on spiral turned trestle supports joined by a pierced scroll-cut tier and barley twist stretcher, on brass castors 67cm wide, 76cm high, 44cm deep

£200-300

353 FA980/1 WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD OPEN BOOKCASE CIRCA 1835 of inverted breakfront outline, the square edge top over a deep frieze and three shelved compartments divided by scrolled volutes, on a plinth base 241cm wide, 121cm high, 43cm deep

£1,500-2,500

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354 FB17/7 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PEDESTAL DESK CIRCA 1850 the gilt tooled red leather top with a moulded edge, the frieze with three drawers above three graduated drawers around a kneehole on a plinth base with castors 154cm wide, 78cm high, 81cm deep

£1,200-1,800

355 FA902/13 PAIR OF VICTORIAN GOTHIC OAK HALL CHAIRS MID 19TH CENTURY in the manner of Crace, the padded backs with bud finials above solid seats raised on facetted turned legs united by stretchers (2) £400-600

356 FA902/18 VICTORIAN FRUITWOOD PARQUETRY TABLE 19TH CENTURY the octagonal top raised on facetted supports united by a triform undertier and ending in outswept legs 59cm wide, 74cm high

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357 FA897/3 EARLY VICTORIAN WALNUT WHAT-NOT CIRCA 1840 the three rectangular tiers raised on S scroll end supports, the base fitted with one apron drawer, raised on lobed bun feet 61cm wide, 104cm high, 43cm deep

£1,500-2,000

358 FA902/8 VICTORIAN SPECIMEN PARQUETRY AND BOBBIN TURNED TABLE 19TH CENTURY the oval top inlaid with various veneers in geometric patterns and star motifs, raised on bobbin turned legs joined by stretchers, on porcelain castors 84cm wide, 73cm high, 57cm deep

£600-800

359 FA902/2 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SHIP’S TABLE 19TH CENTURY the rounded rectangular top raised on a turned column support ending in a circular weighted base 42cm wide, 72cm high, 31cm deep

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360 FA901/3 VICTORIAN AMBOYNA, EBONISED AND PARCEL GILT OCTAGONAL CENTRE TABLE LATE 19TH CENTURY the shaped top raised on fluted turned supports united by an X form stretcher ending on cabriole legs with brass cappings and castors 58cm wide, 65cm high

£800-1,200 361 FA901/2 PAIR OF ARTS & CRAFTS OAK BENCHES CIRCA 1900 the long plank seats raised on trestle supports united by a stretcher and through tenons (2) 168cm long, 48cm high, 25cm deep

£400-600

362 FA901/7 PAIR OF VICTORIAN GOTHIC PITCH PINE ARMCHAIRS CIRCA 1880 with twin arched panel backs and downswept arms, above solid seats raised on X-form end supports (2) £400-600

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363 FA901/9 VICTORIAN PINE DRESSER CIRCA 1880 the moulded cornice above a pair of astragal glazed doors enclosing shelves, the lower section with four panelled cupboard doors enclosing a shelved interior, raised on a plinth base 178cm wide, 232cm high, 59cm deep

£800-1,200

364 FA860/79 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY WARDROBE 19TH CENTURY the moulded cornice over a pair of cupboard doors flanking a central mirrored panel, on a plinth base 190cm wide, 198cm high, 57cm deep Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£400-600 365 FA860/77 VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT COLLECTOR’S CABINET 19TH CENTURY the rectangular top with a moulded edge over twelve long shallow drawers, on a plinth base 95cm wide, 96cm high, 56cm deep Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£200-400

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366 FA902/27 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY THREE TIER BUFFET 19TH CENTURY the crossbanded rectangular tiers with a moulded edge and raised and divided by turned supports, on large brass castors 126cm wide, 114cm high, 53cm deep

£1,500-2,000

367 FA902/17 VICTORIAN STAINED OAK SWIVEL DESK CHAIR CIRCA 1900 with a shell carved shaped back and scroll arms over a solid seat, raised on cabriole legs £300-400

368 FA902/12 PAIR OF VICTORIAN OAK MARBLE INSET TABLES 19TH CENTURY the square tops with canted corners and moulded edge and a conforming green marble insert, raised on tapered octagonal legs joined by turned stretchers (2) 95cm wide, 76cm high, 95cm deep

£500-800 369-370 No lots

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371 FA901/6 VICTORIAN EBONISED, IVORY INLAID AND MIRRORED DISPLAY STAND CIRCA 1880 the hexagonal top with an inset mirrored panel above an arrangement of open shelves, raised on turned bun feet 84cm wide, 99cm high, 49cm deep

£1,200-1,800

372 FA901/5 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY THREE TIER BUFFET CIRCA 1880 the three rounded rectangular moulded tiers raised on tapered uprights ending in scroll feet with castors 116cm wide, 145cm high, 48cm deep

£1,200-1,800

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373 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE BY EDWARDS & ROBERTS LATE 19TH CENTURY of serpentine outline with boxwood stringing, over a central long drawer flanked by short drawers and raised on turned and tapered line inlaid legs ending on turned feet 213cm long, 93cm high, 80cm deep

ÂŁ4,000-6,000

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374 FA886/1 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PEDESTAL DESK LATE 19TH CENTURY the rectangular top with a black leather insert surface, over a central frieze drawer flanked by banks of three drawers, on a plinth base 137cm wide, 76cm high, 76cm deep

£600-800

375 FA860/74 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET LATE 19TH CENTURY in two parts, the moulded cornice over glazed doors and sides with scroll foliate pierced inserts and a mirror back; the base with a long frieze drawer above a sidelocking cupboard door, on a plinth base 92cm wide, 169cm high, 54cm deep Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£500-800

376 FA860/73 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT LOW BOOKCASE LATE 19TH CENTURY three glazed doors opening to shelves flanked and divided by moulded pilasters, on a plinth base 183cm wide, 118cm high, 35cm deep Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£400-600

377 FA860/66 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LIBRARY BOOKCASE 19TH CENTURY the moulded straight cornice above a pair of glazed doors opening to shelves, flanked by acanthus carved corbels over a moulded long frieze drawer and pair of arch moulded cupboard doors, on a plinth base 122cm wide, 213cm high, 45cm deep Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£800-1,200

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378 FA783/1 VICTORIAN EBONISED MANTEL CLOCK 19TH CENTURY with a square silvered dial and gong striking eight day movement, the domed case with a galleried top and applied mouldings, raised on squat bun feet 29cm wide, 45cm high, 18cm deep

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379 FA860/69 VICTORIAN OAK DAVENPORT LATE 19TH CENTURY the rectangular green insert leather top over a frieze drawer fitted for writing, above four drawers to one side, on bun feet and castors 66cm wide, 73cm high, 56cm deep Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£500-800

380 FA833/37 LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD CROSSBANDED CHEST OF DRAWERS BY EDWARD & ROBERTS LATE 19TH CENTURY in the George III style, the rectangular top with a moulded edge over four graduated drawers, on bracket feet, stamped ‘Edward & Roberts’ to top drawer 92cm wide, 80cm high, 60cm deep

£800-1,200

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381 FA778/12 FINE VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT AND BRASS BOUND HUMIDOR 19TH CENTURY with counter sunk side carrying handles, the rectangular top centred by a brass inlaid monogram and coronet, the two cupboard doors with bramah locks, opening to reveal three compartmented drawers with further counter sunk handles 50cm wide, 32cm high, 34cm deep

£800-1,200

382 FA860/67 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LIBRARY BOOKCASE LATE 19TH CENTURY the moulded cornice over a pair of leaded glass doors above a mirror back recess; the lower part with two short drawers above panelled cupboard doors, on a plinth base 108cm wide, 223cm high, 42cm deep Provenance: The Garvey Collection.

£800-1,200

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383 FA902/3 PAIR OF VICTORIAN GOTHIC PITCH PINE HALL CHAIRS LATE 19TH CENTURY the pierced arched backs above slatted panels and a solid seat, raised on twin shaped end supports united by a cross stretcher (2)

384 FA902/22 VICTORIAN FOUR FOLD SCREEN LATE 19TH CENTURY the canvas panels with foliate embossed decoration against a gilt ground each fold, 54cm wide, 207cm high

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385 FA779/16 VICTORIAN BRASS TESTER BED 19TH CENTURY comprising a headboard and footboard with spindles and foliate scrolls, the posts surmounted with ball finials 150cm wide, 190cm high, 212cm long

£500-700 386 EZ362/9 VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT SUTHERLAND TABLE MID 19TH CENTURY the narrow top with D-shaped drop leaves, raised on columnar supports and carved trestle base joined by a turned stretcher, on castors 106cm wide, 73cm high, 84cm deep

£200-300 387 FA783/2 VICTORIAN TOOLED LEATHER LAPDESK, BY KENNEDY, LONDON 19TH CENTURY the hinged top opening to reveal a fitted interior with compartments, bears Kennedy trade label 29cm wide, 12cm high, 22cm deep

£150-250

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388 FA902/6 VICTORIAN GOTHIC OAK SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE CIRCA 1880 the tracery carved upper section with two glazed panel doors enclosing shelves; the lower section with a fall front drawer enclosing a fitted interior with pigeon holes and drawers, over three further drawers, raised on a plinth base 103cm wide, 210cm high, 57cm deep

ÂŁ2,000-3,000

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389 FA764/1 VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT LOO TABLE MID 19TH CENTURY the oval top with a moulded edge raised on a carved baluster support and foliate carved scroll legs ending on castors 126cm long, 73cm high, 93cm deep

£1,000-1,500

390* FA389/2 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PEDESTAL DESK 19TH CENTURY the rectangular black leather insert top over four frieze drawers, raised on double pedestals with banks of three drawers and cupboard doors opposing, on a plinth base 180cm wide, 80cm high, 90cm deep

£1,000-1,500

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391 FA419/1 VICTORIAN SCOTT MEMORIAL SKELETON CLOCK LATE 19TH CENTURY pierced, engraved and silvered chapter ring with shield chapters, blued steel hands, the movement with pierced plates joined by five double-screwed pillars, and single chain fusee, the marble plinth with ormolu figure of Sir Walter Scott and his dog Maida, raised on a macassar ebony stand and together with a glass dome 43cm high

£1,500-2,000

392 EZ362/42 VICTORIAN WALNUT AND MARQUETRY GAMES TABLE 19TH CENTURY the rounded rectangular pivoting top with foliate marquetry, opening to a red baize playing surface, raised on fluted column supports leading to outswept legs with carved block feet, on porcelain castors 97cm wide, 73cm high, 48cm deep

£400-500

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393 FA901/12 PAIR OF VICTORIAN BRASS HANGING LANTERNS 19TH CENTURY with rope twist stems and Gothic cream glass hexagonal shades 125cm drop, approx.

£800-1,200 394 FA901/13 VICTORIAN BRASS HANGING LANTERN 19TH CENTURY with a rope twist stem and Gothic cream glass hexagonal shade 125cm drop, approx.

£400-500

395 EZ362/12 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PEDESTAL WORK TABLE MID 19TH CENTURY the hexagonal top of sarcophagus form opening to a compartmented interior, over a frieze drawer, raised on a foliate carved baluster support on a quatreform base with outscrolling legs with porcelain castors 58cm wide, 71cm high, 46cm deep

£500-700

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396 FB17/14 EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY INLAID BONHEUR DU JOUR CIRCA 1910 the superstructure with a mirrored recess flanked by a pair of cupboard doors inlaid with musical trophies, the crossbanded top over a single long drawer with a ratchet adjustable slope, raised on bellflower inlaid square tapered legs 92cm wide, 114cm high, 47cm deep

£600-900

397 FB17/9 PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE SATINWOOD AND PAINTED CONSOLE TABLES LATE 20TH CENTURY the demilune tops painted with musical trophies and arabesques, on turned tapered fluted legs joined by stretchers (2) 114cm wide, 79cm high, 50cm deep

£800-1,200

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398 FB17/8 EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY INLAID SMALL CARLTON HOUSE DESK CIRCA 1910 inlaid with stringing and crossbanding, the leather insert top enclosed by a pair of hinged sloped compartments with two cupboard doors and two drawers, the bowfront frieze with a pair of drawers, raised on turned tapered legs joined by stretchers, the locks stamped ‘Gillows Lancaster’ 91cm wide, 93cm high, 55cm deep

£800-1,200

399 FB17/3 SET OF SIX PAINTED BEECHWOOD OPEN ARMCHAIRS IN THE REGENCY STYLE painted with scrolling foliage and trailing bellflowers, the trellis openwork backs and downswept scroll arms above buttoned silk loose cushion seats, raised on ring turned splayed legs (6) £1,000-1,500

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400 FA714/2 EDWARDIAN FOUR PANEL FLOOR SCREEN EARLY 20TH CENTURY each arched panel with pierced carved foliate cresting and painted with a figural scene emblematic of the seasons £700-1,000

401 FA829/90 PAIR OF FRENCH BRONZE FIGURES OF SPHINXES LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY each recumbent figure with the head of a young woman (2)

402 FA829/88 PAIR OF FRENCH BRONZE FIGURES OF SPHINXES 19TH CENTURY each recumbent figure on a rectangular plinth base, now mounted ebonised bookends (2)

403 FA795/1 PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE GILT BRONZE WALL SCONCES LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY of rococo form with two outscrolling branches

22cm long, 18cm high

15cm long, 12cm high

24cm wide

404 FA901/4 FRENCH PAINTED PINE AND CANVAS MIRROR OF RECENT MANUFACTURE in the classical style, the rectangular plate flanked by twin doric form pilasters, and surmounted by a fan painted inset panel

£200-300

£250-350

£600-800

133cm wide, 164cm high

£1,200-1,800

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405 FA887/6 FRENCH EMPIRE EBONISED AND GILT BRONZE LYRE MANTEL CLOCK EARLY 19TH CENTURY the suspension pendulum and white enamel dial surmounted by a female bust cresting, supported by twin shaped uprights with applied gilt bronze mounts, raised on a stepped square base ending in bracket feet 22cm wide, 61cm high

£2,000-3,000

406 FA895/5 EMPIRE STYLE CREAM PAINTED AND PARCEL GILT OVERMANTEL MIRROR the arched mirror plate within a frame ornately carved with swans’ heads, anthemion, bundled reeds, and acanthus 117cm wide, 120cm high

£800-1,200

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407 FA896/3 FRENCH EMPIRE MAHOGANY TALL CHEST OF DRAWERS 19TH CENTURY the moulded cornice over a single frieze drawer over five drawers, on turned bun feet 106cm wide, 164cm high, 48cm deep

£500-800 408 FA255/1 PAIR OF NEOCLASSICAL STYLE GILT METAL MOUNTED MARBLE URNS of green marble baluster form, the angled handles with Egyptian lion mask mounts, raised on a square moulded base with flattened gilt metal feet with beaded edge (2) 39cm high

£2,000-3,000 409 FA887/4 FRENCH BOULLE INLAID MANTEL CLOCK 19TH CENTURY the white enamel dial inscribed BEAU GRAND, Paris, with an eight day bell striking movement, the shaped case inlaid throughout with scrolling foliage, raised on bracket feet 26cm wide, 42cm high

£150-250

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410 FA897/6 GOOD EMPIRE STYLE MAHOGANY AND GILT BRONZE MOUNTED FOUR PIECE SALON SUITE CIRCA 1900 comprising a settee, a pair of armchairs and a circular galleried centre table, upholstered in pink and ivory striped fabric, raised on square tapered legs ending surmounted by mask motifs (4) settee, 139cm wide, table, 58cm wide, 72cm high

ÂŁ5,000-7,000

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411 FA887/9 FRENCH BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK CIRCA 1900 of typical form, together with a leather travelling case 10cm high

£200-300

412 FA779/9 FRENCH MARBLE AND BRONZE FOUR GLASS MANTEL CLOCK CIRCA 1900 in the Empire style, the engine turned dial with a white enamel chapter ring, within a green variegated marble and gilt bronze mounted case, raised on a platform base with squat bun feet 24cm wide, 33cm high

£500-700

413 FB17/15 FRENCH KINGWOOD, ROSEWOOD, AND MARQUETRY CYLINDER DESK CIRCA 1900 in the Louis XV style, inlaid throughout with ornate floral bouquets, musical trophies and guilloche, the galleried white marble top above a roll top with inlaid lovebirds and a musical trophy, the fitted interior with an inset slide above four drawers, on cabriole legs 72cm wide, 101cm high, 43cm deep

£600-900

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414 FA902/4 FRENCH EMPIRE MAHOGANY, EBONY, MARBLE TOP AND BRASS INLAID GUERIDON STAMPED CHAPUIS, EARLY 19TH CENTURY the oval grey marble insert top above a single frieze drawer, with brass line inlay, raised on slender curved legs joined by an oval undertier, ending on slipper feet; stamped CHAPUIS twice to the drawer interior, for JeanJoseph Chapuis, (French, 1765-19864) 56cm wide, 71cm high, 43cm deep Note: For similar gueridons by Chapuis see Sotheby’s Paris, 9 November 2010, lot 114; Sotheby’s New York, 5 November 1998, lot 479; and Sotheby’s Amsterdam, 17 December 2002, lot 283

£4,000-6,000

415 FA829/89 PAIR OF CONTINENTAL BRONZE FIGURES OF ST. MARK’S LIONS 19TH CENTURY each with a later rectangular green marble base (2) 20cm long, 15cm high

£500-700

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416 FA778/9 PAIR OF GILT BRONZE WALL LIGHTS BY OSLER LATE 19TH CENTURY each with two scrolling candle arms and a foliate scroll backplate, stamped ‘Osler’ (2) 36cm high

£400-600

417 FB17/12 CHARLES X MAHOGANY SWING CRADLE CIRCA 1820 of navette form with slatted sides and inlaid with stringing, the frame with a columnar upright surmounted by a swan’s head, raised on downswept platform feet joined by scroll stretchers 135cm wide, 196cm high

£500-800

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418 FA901/16 PAIR OF EMPIRE SIENNA MARBLE AND BRONZE CANDELABRA 19TH CENTURY with three outscrolling branches raised on a turned column support ending on three griffin feet and a triform base (2) 59cm high

£2,000-3,000

419 FA968/8 FRENCH STRIKING CARRIAGE CLOCK CIRCA 1900 the circular white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, the movement striking the hours and 1/2 hours on a gong, platform lever escapement, contained within a brass and engine turned case with handle 14.5cm high

£800-1,200

420 FA671/2 FRENCH PAINTED SILK AND OF MOTHER OF PEARL FAN LATE 19TH CENTURY painted with romantic scenes after Watteau, signed Alexandra, within a modern mahogany case fan, 55cm wide, case, 70cm wide, 41cm high

£200-300

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421 FA769/4 MARBLE BUST, AFTER CARPEAUX LATE 19TH CENTURY modelled as a Neapolitan boy, raised on a socle base 51cm high

£300-500

422 FA887/5 LOUIS XVI STYLE MARBLE AND GILT BRONZE MOUNTED MANTEL CLOCK 19TH CENTURY the white enamel dial, signed ‘Courvoisier, a Paris’, with bell striking eight day movement, surmounted by two doves and supported by shaped uprights with applied jasperware classical panels, raised on an inverted breakfront base with applied bronze mounts, ending in toupie feet 33cm wide, 50cm high

£1,500-2,500

423 FA901/15 PAIR OF BRONZE AND ROUGE MARBLE WARWICK VASES 19TH CENTURY of typical form with twin naturalistic handles and cast in high relief with masks, raised on marble pedestal supports (2) 34cm high

£1,500-2,500

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424 FA901/10 SET OF SEVEN CONTINENTAL CARVED OAK AND PARCEL GILT PELMETS 19TH CENTURY the pierced swan neck pelmets carved with foliage and scrolls, centred by a monogrammed shield inscribed ‘RS’, five examples surmounted by coronet cresting (7) largest, 189cm wide, smallest, 143cm wide

£1,000-1,500

425 FA902/20 LOUIS XV STYLE KINGWOOD AND MARQUETRY SIDE TABLE MID 19TH CENTURY the serpentine shaped top above a compartmented frieze drawer, raised on slender cabriole legs with applied gilt bronze mounts and sabots 77cm wide, 73cm high, 43m deep

£2,000-3,000

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426 FA887/10 LOUIS XVI STYLE MARBLE AND GILT BRONZE MOUNTED MANTEL CLOCK 19TH CENTURY with applied jasperware panels, the white enamel dial with a bell striking eight day movement, surmounted by a flaming urn and raised on two upright supports headed by lyre crestings, raised on a shaped platform base with toupie feet 38cm wide, 53cm high

£1,000-2,000

427 FA887/1 LOUIS XIV EBONISED AND GILT BRONZE MOUNTED BRACKET CLOCK, BY BALTHAZAR MARTINOT, PARIS MID 18TH CENTURY the embossed dial with white enamel chapters, the eight day bell striking movement signed ‘Baltazar Martinot, Paris’, the domed case surmounted by a winged cherub and centred by an applied classical female, raised on rococo bracket feet, together with an ebonised gilt bronze mounted bracket 43cm wide, 89cm high, bracket, 51cm wide

£2,500-3,500

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428 FA371/2 LOUIS XIV BOULLE AND GILT BRONZE MOUNTED TORTOISESHELL CLOCK 19TH CENTURY the gilt embossed dial with white enamel chapters and a gong striking eight day movement, the domed case surmounted by a cherub and raised on foliate cast toupie feet 21cm wide, 49cm high

£300-500

429 FA887/2 LOUIS XIV BOULLE AND GILT BRONZE MOUNTED BRACKET CLOCK MID 18TH CENTURY the foliate embossed dial with white enamel chapters and a bell striking eight day movement, the balloon shaped case inlaid throughout with scrolling foliage, surmounted by a seated cherub and centred by a ho ho bird, raised on griffin form scroll feet, together with a later ebonised bracket 27cm wide, 48cm high, bracket, 35cm wide

£1,000-2,000

430 FA833/36 FRENCH PORCELAIN AND GILT METAL MANTEL CLOCK RAINGO FRERES, PARIS, MID 19TH CENTURY the arched top with a pinecone finial over a circular Roman numeral dial flanked by columns, the whole set with porcelain plaques depicting figures in pastoral landscapes and pink ‘jeweled’ panels 18.5cm wide, 32cm high

£400-600

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431 FA897/2 LOUIS XV STYLE BOULLE TWO TIER TABLE CIRCA 1900 with gilt metal mounts, the serpentine shaped rectangular top inlaid with brass scrolling foliage, raised on slender cabriole legs, united by an undertier and ending in sabots 60cm wide, 74cm high, 41cm deep

£1,500-2,000

432 FA386/1 LOUIS XV STYLE KINGWOOD AND MARQUETRY SECRETAIRE A ABBATANT EARLY 20TH CENTURY the shaped rouge marble top above a serpentine frieze and bombé fall front opening to a rosewood fitted interior, above three drawers and shaped apron and raised on splayed feet, the whole with gilt metal mounts 60cm wide, 130cm high, 40cm deep

£1,000-1,500

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433 FA887/11 LOUIS XV TORTOISESHELL AND BOULLE BRACKET CLOCK, BY JEAN BAPTISTE BAILLON, PARIS MID 18TH CENTURY with gilt bronze mounts, the white enamel chapters with Roman numerals, with an eight day striking movement signed ‘J B Baillon, PARIS, IL 1103’, the shaped case inlaid throughout with scrolling foliage and trellis, centred by a classical female surmounted by an eagle and raised on applied bracket feet surmounted by female busts, together with a conforming bracket with mask spandrels 56cm high, 36cm wide, bracket, 41cm wide, 38cm high

£3,000-4,000

434 FA887/3 LOUIS XV STYLE GILT BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK LATE 19TH CENTURY the embossed dial with white enamel chapters and inscribed ‘Marshall et Fils, A Paris’, with an eights day bell striking movement, within an ornate rococo foliate cast case, raised on openwork scroll feet 34cm high

£800-1,200

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435 FA895/12 PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE WALNUT FAUTEUILS 19TH CENTURY the foliate carved back rail above an upholstered back and loose cushion seat, flanked by part-padded arms, raised on shell carved cabriole legs, in red and yellow silk upholstery (2) 65cm wide, 96cm high, 47cm deep

£800-1,200

436 FA896/8 LOUIS XV STYLE FOOT STOOL 19TH CENTURY the needlework upholstered long low stool raised on gilt metal mount feet £300-500

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437 FA897/4 LOUIS XV STYLE KINGWOOD MARQUETRY GUERIDON LATE 19TH CENTURY the breche d’alep top above one frieze drawer, raised on square cabriole legs united by an undertier and ending in sabots 38cm wide, 79cm high

£1,500-2,000

438 FA897/5 LOUIS XV STYLE KINGWOOD AND MARQUETRY BOMBÉ COMMODE MID 20TH CENTURY the moulded rouge marble top above two long drawers, raised on square cabriole legs ending in sabots 120cm wide, 86cm high, 56cm deep

£2,000-3,000

439 FA901/11 PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE PAINTED BERGERES 19TH CENTURY with cane backs and loose cushion seats, raised on acanthus carved cabriole legs ending in hoof feet (2) £1,000-1,500

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440 FA887/8 FRENCH ALABASTER AND GILT METAL MOUNTED CERCLES TOURNANTS CLOCK 19TH CENTURY the white enamel revolving chapter rings, signed ‘FESTEA, A. PARIS’, surmounted by a flaming finial and raised on a four turned pilasters, centred by a cupid seated on rocks and ending in a galleried platform base with bracketed feet 42cm high

£2,000-3,000

441 FA887/7 FRENCH GILT BRONZE MOUNTED (NAST) BISQUE PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK 19TH CENURY the white enamel dial signed ‘Le Roy, de Madame, A. PARIS’, surmounted by a nude classical female sitting a plush blue cushion and lifting a drape to reveal two cherubs in a basket of flowers, raised on a square base with applied bronze mounts, ending in toupie feet, impressed NAST mark 24cm wide, 41cm high

£1,000-2,000

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442 FA891/4 PAIR OF FRENCH KINGWOOD, ROSEWOOD AND PARQUETRY GUERIDONS EARLY 20TH CENTURY in Louis XVI style, the oval tops with a pierced brass gallery above a gilt metal band with circular porcelain mounts and two drawers, raised on cabriole legs joined by an undertier, the whole with diaper panel inlay (2) 52cm wide, 79cm high, 40cm deep

£600-900

443 FA895/13 LOUIS XVI STYLE BUREAU PLAT CIRCA 1900 the rectangular brass bound top with a green insert leather surface over two short frieze drawers outlined in brass, raised on tapered and fluted round legs ending on toupie feet 102cm wide, 74cm high, 61cm deep

£500-800

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444 FA897/1 SMALL LOUIS XVI STYLE KINGWOOD AND INLAID BOOKCASE, BY MORRISON & CO LATE 19TH CENTURY with gilt metal mounts, the galleried breche d’alep top above two frieze drawers and an open shelf, raised on cabriole legs ending in sabots 56cm wide, 95cm high, 35cm deep

£2,000-3,000

445 FA554/2 FRENCH BRONZE AND SIENNA MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK 19TH CENTURY the silvered dial with a bell striking eight day movement, surmounted with a young boy playing a flute seated on a rock, the stepped marble base with applied decoration and raised on scroll feet 33cm wide, 44cm high

£500-700

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446 FA901/17 FRENCH EMPIRE BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE CHENET 19TH CENTURY of breakfront form surmounted by stylised cornucopia 109cm wide

£800-1,200 447-449 No lots


FURNITURE FROM ARGRENNAN HOUSE, DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY

450 FA425/6 GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD BREAKFAST TABLE CIRCA 1825 the circular top with a moulded edge raised on a reeded column support ending in a triform base terminating in carved paw feet 130cm diameter, 71cm high

ÂŁ2,000-3,000

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Furniture from Argrennan House, Dumfries and Galloway

451 FA425/8 REGENCY ROSEWOOD CARD TABLE CIRCA 1815, POSSIBLY IRISH the foldover top with a bead moulded edge, opening to reveal a baize playing surface, raised on a reeded column support with four acanthus carved sabre legs terminating in brass cappings and castors 91cm wide, 77cm high, 45cm deep

£500-800

452 FA425/2 PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE BOWFRONT SIDEBOARDS CIRCA 1910 the shaped tops above one frieze drawer flanked by two cupboard doors, raised on fluted square tapered legs united by a fan and paterae carved shaped apron and ending in spade feet (2) 140cm wide, 91cm high, 59cm deep

£3,000-5,000

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Furniture from Argrennan House, Dumfries and Galloway

453 FA425/11 CONTINENTAL CARVED GILTWOOD PICTURE FRAME WALL MIRROR 18TH CENTURY the rectangular plate within an ornate foliate carved openwork frame surmounted by two putti and a flowering coronet 81cm wide, 120cm high

£1,500-2,500

454 FA425/4 LARGE KASHMIR IVORY GROUND NEEDLEWORK CARPET 20TH CENTURY with floral decoration throughout with a scroll work border 960cm long, 572cm wide

£3,000-5,000 See illustration on following page

455 FA425/3 GEORGE III STYLE FOUR PILLAR MAHOGANY AND CROSSBANDED DINING TABLE with three leaf inserts, the rounded rectangular top raised on turned column supports and reeded sabre legs terminating in brass cappings and castors

456 FA425/7 GEORGE III MAHOGANY SERPENTINE SIDE TABLE 18TH CENTURY AND LATER the shaped top above a carved frieze centred by an urn with trailing decoration, raised on bellflower carved square tapered legs ending in spade feet

450cm long, 71cm high,

£800-1,200

155cm wide, 87cm high, 61cm deep

152cm wide

£10,000-15,000 See illustration on following page

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Furniture from Argrennan House, Dumfries and Galloway

457 FA425/9 ITALIAN ALABASTER BUST OF A YOUNG BEAUTY, BY ADA CIPRIANI LATE 19TH CENTURY raised on a socle base, signed A. Cipriani 60cm high

£1,000-1,500

458 FA425/5 PAIR OF CRYSTAL THREE LIGHT CANDELABRA EARLY 20TH CENTURY the hexagonal base with a facetted knop stem from which issues a central and two scrolling candle arms with urn form nozzles, hung with prism drops (2) 52cm high

£2,000-3,000

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Furniture from Argrennan House, Dumfries and Galloway

459 FA425/1 FINE REGENCY MAHOGANY SERPENTINE SERVING TABLE ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM TROTTER CIRCA 1815 the fluted raised top above a bead moulded panelled frieze, raised on palmette carved S-scroll supports surmounted by paterae 275cm wide, 90cm high, 86cm deep

ÂŁ10,000-15,000

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460 FA425/22 REGENCY MAHOGANY AND INLAID BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS EARLY 19TH CENTURY with two short and three long graduated drawers, raised on splayed bracket feet 113cm wide, 100cm high, 54cm deep

£300-500

461 FA425/26 AMERICAN CLASSICAL MAHOGANY TEA TABLE CIRCA 1840 the foldover top above a gadrooned frieze, raised on a turned acanthus carved column ending in a quatreform base 91cm wide, 75cm high, 45cm deep

£200-300

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462 FA425/13 TERRACOTTA LUSTRE GLAZE CLASSICAL VASE 19TH CENTURY with a flaming finial and twin scrolling handles, united by relief laurel wreath swags, 89cm high; together with a fluted pedestal 89cm high £800-1,200

463 FA425/19 CONTINENTAL WALNUT SIDE CABINET 17TH CENTURY, MADE UP the raised top with two panelled cupboard doors flanked and divided by cluster columns; the lower section with two frieze drawers above further panelled doors, raised on bun feet 133cm wide, 160cm high, 58cm deep

£1,000-1,500

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Furniture from Argrennan House, Dumfries and Galloway

464 FA425/15 VICTORIAN PINE SCULLERY TABLE 19TH CENTURY rectangular top over square tapered legs united by stretchers 155cm long, 77cm high, 91cm deep

£400-600

465 FA425/16 VICTORIAN PINE SCULLERY TABLE 19TH CENTURY the rectangular top above two frieze drawers raised on square tapered legs united by stretchers 214cm long, 75cm high, 75cm deep

£700-900

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International Sale of Fine Antiques Edinburgh: Wednesday, September 28th, 2011 Philadelphia: Friday, October 7th, 2011

Entries are invited until August 12th, 2011 Contact: Lee Young (Lyon & Turnbull) Tel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 lee.young@lyonandturnbull.com

David Walker (Freeman’s) Direct tel: +1 267-414-1216 dwalker@freemansauction.com

LYON & TURNBULL 33 Broughton Place Edinburgh EH1 3RR Telephone: +44 (0)131 557 8844 Fax: +44 (0)131 5578668 www.lyonandturnbull.com

FREEMAN’S 1808 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 Telephone: +1 215.563.9275 Fax: +1 215.563.8236 www.freemansauction.com

IRISH GEORGE II MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE circa 1750 120cm wide, 77cm high, 64cm deep Sold in June 2010 for £223,200 ($334,875)


Wemyss Ware Tuesday, 16th August, 2011 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR

Viewing times Sunday 14th August 12 noon - 4pm Monday 15th August 10am - 5pm Morning of Sale from 9am

Enquiries John Mackie Tel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 john.mackie@lyonandturnbull.com

Further entries are invited until Friday 1st July

WEMYSS WARE RARE RABBIT FIGURE CIRCA 1900 ÂŁ3,000-5,000

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Scottish Silver & Accessories Tuesday 16th August, 2011 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR Enquiries Colin Fraser Tel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 colin.fraser@lyonandturnbull.com Trevor Kyle Tel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 trevor.kyle@lyonandturnbull.com

Further entries are invited until Friday 1st July


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