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Fine Antiques and Works of Art Thursday, 4th October, 2012 33 Broughton Place Edinburgh


Fine Antiques and Works of Art Thursday, 4th October, at 11am including Selected Contents from Carbeth Guthrie Estate, Stirlingshire Property from a Scottish collection Property of an Edinburgh gentleman and Selected Contents from a Country House, Inverness-shire Sale Number LT372 Viewing Saturday, 29th September 12 noon - 4pm Sunday, 30th September 12 noon - 4pm Monday, 1st October 10am - 5pm Tuesday, 2nd October 10am - 5pm Wednesday, 3rd October - limited viewing from 10am Morning of Sale from 9am Specialists Ceramics and Glass Douglas Girton Lee Young Theo Burrell Rugs and Carpets Gavin Strang

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

Lot Numbers

THURSDAY, 4TH OCTOBER, 2012 at 11am 1-262

FURNITURE & WORKS OF ART 176-188

SELECTED CONTENTS FROM CARBETH GUTHRIE ESTATE, BLANEFIELD, STIRLINGSHIRE

189-204

SELECTED CONTENTS FROM A COUNTRY HOUSE, INVERNESS-SHIRE

263-281

RUGS & CARPETS

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

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Furniture and Works of Art

1 FE15/61 PAIR OF ITALIAN MAIOLICA DRUG JARS 19TH CENTURY the cylindrical sides painted in underglaze blue with fruiting vines, each inscribed in Latin (2) 26cm diam, 44cm high

£800-1,200 2 FD167/8 ITALIAN CARVED FRUITWOOD PANEL 18TH/19TH CENTURY relief carved and pierced with acanthus scrolls and centred by a putto 196cm high

£300-500

3 FD299/9 FRENCH PROVINCIAL CHESTNUT SMALL COMMODE EARLY 18TH CENTURY the rounded rectangular top with a moulded foredge over two drawers carved with floral sprays and flanked by leaf carved corners raised on cabriole legs ending on scrolled toes 71cm wide, 69cm high, 59cm deep

£500-700

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4 FC848/12 ITALIAN BAROQUE GILTWOOD MIRROR 18TH CENTURY the rectangular mirror plate within a foliate carved frame and margin plates, surmounted by cresting of mermaids, C-scrolls, fruit and flowers, the reverse bearing Leeds City Art Gallery & Temple Newsom House exhibition loan label dated 1948 127cm wide, 144cm high

£1,000-1,500

5 FC796/5 PAIR OF CONTINENTAL CARVED AND POLYCHROMED PUTTI 18TH CENTURY each standing figure with traces of original polychrome decoration, now mounted on modern yellow painted pedestal bases (2) Figure 92cm high

£1,500-2,500

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6 FC165/66 GERMAN CARVED FRUITWOOD FIGURE OF A SAINT 18TH CENTURY the standing figure of a bearded old man wearing a hooded cloak with one arm raised to his chest holding a plaque inscribed ‘Charitas’, on a square plinth base 44cm high

£500-700

7 FD604/12 ITALIAN GINORI MAIOLICA JARDINIERE LATE 19TH CENTURY shallow urn form painted with putti and grotesques between moulded lion mask lug handles, raised on three scrolled legs and a triform plinth base, painted blue crowned Ginori mark 23cm high, 34cm diam

£500-700

8 FB316/17 NORTH ITALIAN WALNUT MARQUETRY COMMODE 18TH CENTURY the moulded rectangular top above three long drawers inlaid with scrolling foliate motifs, raised on shaped bracket feet 143cm wide, 96cm high, 62cm deep

£1,000-1,500

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9 FE15/48 PAIR OF CARVED WALNUT WALL BRACKETS LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY in the baroque style 25cm wide, 32cm high

£800-1,200

10 FD282/11 PAIR OF CHARLES II BEECH HALL CHAIRS LATE 17TH CENTURY the arched and moulded crest rails flanked by flaming urn finials over vertical splats, above stuff over seats, raised on scroll legs joined by turned and arched stretchers (2) 49cm wide, 135cm high, 42cm deep

£400-600

11 FC240/2 FLEMISH EBONY AND IVORY INLAID CABINET ON STAND 19TH CENTURY the straight moulded cornice over a panel door inlaid with ivory depicting a chevalier amongst grotesques, birds, animals and foliate scrolls, with ripple cut mouldings; the later stand with a moulded frieze with ivory inlaid panels, raised on spiral turned legs joined by an undertier, on turned feet 59cm wide, 153cm high, 33cm deep

£800-1,200

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12 FD487/35 WILLIAM & MARY STYLE SETTEE EARLY 20TH CENTURY the double arched high back and pronounced wings over a self cushion seat, raised on carved lobed and block legs joined by a turned stretcher, in blue wool upholstery with applied brown velvet cartouches to the back panels and large metal nail head trim; with a modern floral print slipcover 139cm wide, 134cm high, 60cm deep

£400-600

13 FE547/3 QUEEN ANNE WALNUT AND CROSSBANDED BUREAU 18TH CENTURY WITH ALTERATIONS the fall front enclosing a stepped fitted interior with covered well, below is a recessed cupboard door flanked by six short drawers, raised on later bracket feet 84cm wide, 100cm high, 56cm wide

£1,000-1,500

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14 FC972/8 ASSEMBLED SET OF EIGHT LANCASHIRE LADDERBACK CHAIRS 18TH/19TH CENTURY comprising two armchairs and six side chairs; of typical form with rush seats, the armchairs of slightly larger proportion (8) 59cm wide, 111cm high, 43cm deep (armchair); 49cm wide, 101cm high, 40cm deep (side chair) Provenance: Gaunt House, Oxfordshire

ÂŁ2,000-3,000

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15 FD437/1 JACOBITE INTEREST: FRAGMENT OF CULLODEN HOUSE CURTAIN 18TH CENTURY the printed linen swatch mounted in a square mat and rosewood frame, inscribed “Relic of Bonnie Prince Charlie./ The above is a piece of Curtain from the bed in which/ Prince Charles Edward Stewart slept for three nights prior/ to the fateful Battle of Culloden Moor. This historic bed/ was purchased by Mr. Lawson Johnston from the Culloden/ Estate, and the authenticity of the relic is beyond question”, with accompanying documentation fragment 10.5 x 6cm

£500-700

16 FD437/3 JACOBITE INTEREST: METAL MOUNTED HORN SNUFF MULL LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY with silvered metal mounts, the hinged cover with the date 1745 and inscribed beneath the collar ‘JOHN MORISON’ with a coat-of-arms and the motto ‘Uno Ictu’ Note: There was a John Morison of Banffshire listed as captured at the Battle of Culloden according the “Prisoners of the ‘45”. What became of him is unknown as no record of his trial or release has been found. It is possible that this snuff mull was engraved with the date 1745 at a later time to commemorate his involvement in the Jacobite uprising. Another potential candidate is John Morison of Bognie whose family had strong Jacobite ties

£400-600 17 FD437/2 JACOBITE INTEREST: SCOTTISH PENDANT FOB SEAL MID 18TH CENTURY yellow metal and shield-shaped bloodstone, engraved ‘AWA WHIGS AWA’, with a rococo scroll mount, unmarked 2.5cm long

£150-250

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18 LT2012/16 IRISH GEORGE II MAHOGANY AND MARBLE TOP SIDE TABLE MID 18TH CENTURY the rectangular breche marble top above an ogee moulded frieze and shaped apron centred by a carved shell, raised on cabriole legs ending in hoof feet 104cm wide, 76cm high, 55cm deep

£1,500-2,500

19 FD282/3 IRISH GEORGE II STYLE MAHOGANY TRIPOD TEA TABLE 19TH CENTURY the tilt top with a serpentine edge and carved with shells and flowerheads on an acanthus carved column raised on acanthus carved cabriole legs ending on slipper feet 71cm diam, 70cm high

£250-350

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20 FD288/3 GEORGE II MAHOGANY TILT TOP TRIPOD TABLE 18TH CENTURY the circular plain top over a baluster turned column raised on cabriole legs ending in claw and ball feet 66.5cm wide, 71cm high, 66cm deep

£400-600

21 FC796/6 GEORGE II WALNUT KNEEHOLE DESK 18TH CENTURY the rectangular quarter veneered top with a moulded edge over a long frieze drawer and recess with three short drawers, flanked by banks of three drawers, on bun feet 90cm wide, 82cm high, 55cm deep

£2,000-3,000

22 FE15/14 GEORGE II STYLE BUTTON TUFTED LEATHER WING ARMCHAIR 19TH CENTURY the arched back with pronounced wings over scroll arms and a loose cushion seat, all outlined in brass nail head trim, raised on moulded straight legs joined by an H-form stretcher, in faded tan leather 87cm wide, 110cm high, 56cm deep

£1,000-1,500

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23 FD246/1 GEORGE II LABURNUM DROP LEAF TABLE 18TH CENTURY, POSSIBLY SCOTTISH the oval top with drop down sides over a scrolling frieze, raised on scroll carved cabriole legs ending in slipper feet 101cm wide, 71cm high, 115cm deep

£400-600

24 FA910/5 GEORGE III CHINESE EXPORT PADOUK BUREAU 18TH CENTURY the slant front opening to an arrangement of stepped tiers of shelves, pigeon holes and columns, over a long drawer, two short drawers, and two further long drawers, raised on bracket feet 99cm wide, 109cm high, 53cm deep

£400-600

25 FC972/10 GEORGE III PROVINCIAL OAK DRESSING TABLE 18TH CENTURY the rectangular top over a crossbanded long drawer and shaped apron, raised on flattened cabriole legs 78cm wide, 68cm high, 49cm deep Provenance: Gaunt House, Oxfordshire

£600-800

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26 FD196/67 GEORGE III MAHOGANY BRASS BOUND PEAT BUCKET 18TH CENTURY with staved sides and triple brass bands and brass loop handle 39cm diam, 47cm high Provenance: Property from a Scottish collection

£800-1,200

27 FD282/4 TWO GEORGE III MAHOGANY OPEN ARMCHAIRS 18TH CENTURY each with a serpentine top rail with carved ears above a pierced and carved splat and scrolling arms over wide stuffover seats, in beige velvet upholstery, raised on moulded Marlborough legs (2) One: 64cm wide, 96cm high, 47cm deep; the other 59cm wide, 96cm high, 46cm deep

£800-1,200

28 FD282/6 GEORGE III MAHOGANY CROSSBANDED OVAL TILT TOP TRIPOD TABLE 18TH CENTURY the oval top with a moulded edge and line inlay, raised on a fluted and spiral carved baluster column and foliate carved cabriole legs ending in slipper feet 69cm wide, 71cm high, 55cm deep

£200-300

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29 FD282/8 IRISH GEORGE III MAHOGANY MARBLE TOP SIDE TABLE 18TH CENTURY the later rectangular white veined marble top over a plain frieze centred by a carved shell motif, raised on scroll carved cabriole legs ending on claw and ball feet 95cm wide, 72cm high, 49.5cm deep

ÂŁ1,500-2,500

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30 FD282/21 GEORGE III MAHOGANY LIBRARY ARMCHAIR 18TH CENTURY the rectangular upholstered back with a serpentine top rail over padded arms and a wide square upholstered seat, raised on acanthus carved cabriole legs ending on claw and ball feet, in modern beige and cream floral pattern upholstery

31 FD282/22 IRISH GEORGE III MAHOGANY LIBRARY ARMCHAIR 18TH CENTURY the high rectangular upholstered back over padded arms with carved scroll supports and a wide serpentine stuff over seat, raised on shell and acanthus carved cabriole legs ending in acanthus carved scrolled feet

66cm wide, 101cm high, 46cm deep

69cm wide, 103cm high, 59cm deep

£500-700

£600-800

32 FD288/2 GEORGE III MAHOGANY TILT-TOP TRIPOD TABLE 18TH CENTURY the circular top over a spiral carved and turned column raised on a cabriole legs ending in slipper feet with brass castors 73cm wide, 74.5cm high, 73.5cm deep

£400-600

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33 FD288/9 GEORGE III MAHOGANY CROSSBANDED COMMODE LATE 18TH CENTURY the hinged top with a dummy drawer front, raised on short cabriole legs 61cm wide, 76cm high, 48cm deep

£300-500

34 FD296/8 GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND PINE WRITING TABLE 18TH CENTURY the rectangular top over three frieze drawers and three opposing drawers, the central drawer fitted with a baize lined slope, raised on square tapered legs 152cm wide, 76cm high, 76cm deep

£1,500-2,500

35 FD296/9 GEORGE III MAHOGANY SMALL CHEST OF DRAWERS 18TH CENTURY the moulded rectangular top over three short drawers on a moulded plinth base 45cm wide, 60cm high, 51cm wide

£500-800

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36 FD56/1 FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER DOLPHIN BUTTER BOAT CIRCA 1765 moulded with shell motifs and a lamprey handle, on a raised oval foot, polychrome painted with flowers 8.5cm high

£200-300

37 FD56/9 WORCESTER FIRST PERIOD ‘JAPAN’ PATTERN COFFEE CUP CIRCA 1765 with polychrome enamels depicting Japanese figures 6cm high

£200-300

38 FD44/14 GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND INLAID TRAY LATE 18TH CENTURY the circular tray with a piecrust moulded rim, the underside inlaid in white metal with a rampant lion crest 30cm diam

£300-400

39 FD627/1 CHELSEA STYLE PORCELAIN PLATE 18TH CENTURY centrally painted with fruit and insects within a puce trellis border, unmarked

40 FE1/57 EARLY ENGLISH BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN TANKARD of ovoid form, decorated with a fenced garden pattern in the Chinese style

22.5cm diam

£600-800

15cm high

£300-500

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41 FD48/2 GEORGE III STAINED PINE DRESSER CIRCA 1800 the shelved superstructure above three frieze drawers and two panelled cupboard doors, centred by three further dummy drawers, raised on bracket feet 143cm wide, 200cm high, 49cm deep

ÂŁ2,000-3,000

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42 FD654/3 DELFT BLUE AND WHITE POSSET POT 18TH CENTURY the flattened circular cover with a knop finial above a cylindrical body painted with reserves depicting a leaping stag, with strap handles to the sides 19cm wide, 11cm high

£300-500

43 FD485/8 GROUP OF THREE DELFT BLUE AND WHITE DISHES 18TH/19TH CENTURY the first example centrally decorated with a flowering urn with an ochre rim, 34.5 diam; the second example decorated with a flowering tree behind a fence, 31cm diam; and the third decorated with a floral group and scroll border, 34.5 diam (3) £300-500

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21cm high

45 FD627/4 PEN BOWL AIR TWIST STEM GLASS LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY raised on a spreading circular foot

£700-1,000

17cm high

44 FD627/2 GEORGE III GLASS CANDLESTICK 18TH CENTURY the turned stem raised on a folded lobed circular foot

£250-400

46 FD627/5 ENGLISH AIR TWIST STEM GLASS LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY the bowl engraved with flowers and scolling foliage, on a spreading circular foot 15cm high

£250-400

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47 FD630/4 GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND INLAID BOWFRONT COMMODE LATE 18TH CENTURY the bowfront top with outset rounded corners above a pair of short drawers and pair of tambour doors flanked by three quarter fluted columns, raised on round tapered legs 111cm wide, 77cm high, 62cm deep

£800-1,200

48 FE1/11 GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD CROSSBANDED OCTAGONAL CELLARETTE 18TH CENTURY the hinged octagonal top above a conforming base with slightly tapered sides mounted with brass lion mask loop handles, raised on square fluted tapered legs ending on brass caps and castors 46cm wide, 71cm high, 46cm deep

£800-1,200

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49 FE13/1 IRISH GEORGE III MAHOGANY TEA TABLE 18TH CENTURY the rectangular dished top over a pierced scroll cut apron raised on cabriole legs carved with scales and acanthus and ending on faceted pad feet 78cm wide, 72cm high, 54cm deep

£1,200-1,800

50 FE15/28 GEORGE III MAHOGANY TRAY TOP COMMODE 18TH CENTURY the scroll carved tray top over a pair of cupboard doors and pull-out seat with a white glazed pottery liner, raised on straight legs 55cm wide, 80cm high, 47cm deep

£1,500-2,500

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51 FD652/1 GEORGE III MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK BY JOSHUA HARROCKS, LANCASTER MID 18TH CENTURY the broken pediment with a brass finial and dentil moulded cornice over an arched door flanked by columns, the brass and silvered dial with Roman and Arabic chapters, subsidiary seconds and date aperture, two winding holes and painted moon phase dial, pierced brass spandrels, the trunk with a ogee shaped door flanked by stop-fluted columns, on a plinth base raised on ogee bracket feet 48cm wide, 231cm high, 26cm deep

£1,000-1,500

52 FE37/19 GEORGE III JAPANNED LONGCASE CLOCK BY RICHARD FINCH 18TH CENTURY the gilt arched dial with a silvered chapter ring, subsidiary seconds dial, silent/strike and date aperture, the eight day movement striking on a bell, within a chinoiserie decorated case, raised on a plinth base 42cm wide, 198cm high

£2,500-3,500

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53 FE37/23 GEORGE III MAHOGANY PEAT BUCKET CIRCA 1800 of cylindrical coopered form with brass bands and a bail handle 31cm diam, 30cm high

£400-600

54 FA910/10 GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD CROSSBANDED PEMBROKE TABLE 18TH CENTURY the oval top with drop sides over one real and one dummy frieze drawers to the ends, raised on tapered legs ending on spade feet 78cm wide, 68cm high, 84cm deep

£400-600

55 FD194/5 BRONZE MODEL OF THE TOWNLEY VASE 19TH CENTURY of typical form, raised on a rouge marble base 25cm high Note: The Townley vase is a large Roman marble vase dating to the 2nd century, discovered in 1773 by Gavin Hamilton, the Scottish antiquarian and dealer in antiquities, at a Roman villa at Monte Cagnolo. It is now in the British Museum.

£200-300

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56 FC779/1 GEORGE III MAHOGANY LINEN PRESS 18TH CENTURY the dentil moulded cornice over a pair of raised panel doors opening to sliding trays; the lower part with two short and two long drawers, raised on shaped bracket feet 124cm wide, 190cm high, 61cm deep Provenance: Property of an Edinburgh gentleman

£700-1,000

57 FC779/9 GEORGE III MAHOGANY BOOKCASE CABINET 18TH CENTURY the reeded and cavetto moulded cornice over a pair of glazed doors with arched mullions opening to shelves and lined with chinoiserie printed fabric; the lower part with a pair of cupboard doors opening to eight short drawers, raised on bracket feet 100cm wide, 221cm high, 45.5cm deep Provenance: Property of an Edinburgh gentleman

£1,400-1,800

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58 FD167/9 TWO FRAMED COLLECTIONS OF PLASTER INTAGLIOS 19TH CENTURY depicting classical subjects and works of Renaissance art, each arranged and mounted in an oval moulded giltwood frame, comprising forty six intaglios in the first example and fifty five in the other (2) 46.5cm wide, 53.5cm high overall

£300-500

59 FC779/5 GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND INLAY DEMILUNE SIDEBOARD LATE 18TH CENTURY with a brass gallery surmounted by urns and hung with green silk, over a demilune top with boxwood line inlay above a central short drawer flanked by cupboard doors, raised on square tapered legs ending in spade feet 151cm wide, 123cm high, 63.5cm deep Provenance: Property of an Edinburgh gentleman

£500-700

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60 FD282/19 FRENCH HEPPLEWHITE MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR 18TH CENTURY the cartouche shaped and padded back carved with anthemions above padded scroll arms and a wide stuff over serpentine seat, raised on acanthus carved cabriole legs, in blue and gold damask upholstery 65cm wide, 89cm high, 51cm deep

£250-350

61 FD288/1 GEORGE III MAHOGANY, CROSSBANDED AND INLAID BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS LATE 18TH CENTURY the bowfront crossbanded top with a moulded edge over four graduated crossbanded and line inlaid drawers above a shaped apron and raised on splay feet 94cm wide, 92cm high, 50.5cm deep

£500-800

62 FD288/6 GEORGE III MAHOGANY WHATNOT EARLY 19TH CENTURY with three rectangular tiers raised and separated by ring turned spindles, the lower tier fitted with a drawer, raised on turned legs 54cm wide, 100.5cm high, 44.5cm deep

£800-1,200

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63 FD398/11 GEORGE III HAREWOOD, SYCAMORE AND ZEBRAWOOD WORK TABLE EARLY 19TH CENTURY the hinged rectangular top with canted corners above a line inlaid frieze with a single drawer to the side over a sliding work bag lined with green silk, raised on slender square tapered legs with slightly curved feet joined by an x-form stretcher 49cm wide, 70cm high, 36cm deep

£200-300

64 FD288/7 SMALL GEORGE III MAHOGANY, ROSEWOOD AND SATINWOOD SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE LATE 18TH CENTURY the dentil moulded cornice over a pair of astragal glazed and crossbanded doors with barber pole inlay, opening to shelves; the lower part with a fall front drawer opening to a green leather writing surface and an arrangement of small drawers and open shelves, over a pair of cupboard doors opening to a sliding tray, raised on bracket feet. 81.5cm wide, 186cm high, 52.5cm deep

£1,500-2,500

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65 FD296/3 PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE LEATHER WING BACK ARMCHAIRS 20TH CENTURY the serpentine backs and pronounced wings over scroll arms and loose cushion seats, outlined with brass nail heads, raised on square legs joined by a H-stretcher, in faded reddish/brown leather (2) 87cm wide, 112cm high, 54cm deep

£1,500-2,500

66 FD288/11 LATE GEORGE III MAHOGANY PEDESTAL DINING TABLE EARLY 19TH CENTURY the rounded rectangular top with one leaf insert, raised on baluster turned columns ending on sabre legs with brass caps and castors 192cm long, 74cm high, 110cm deep

£2,500-3,500

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67 FD411/1 GEORGE III MAHOGANY, SATINWOOD AND PEARWOOD CROSSBANDED AND INLAID OCCASIONAL TABLE LATE 18TH CENTURY the oval crossbanded top centred by a shell motif inlay panel above a plain frieze, raised on slender square tapered legs headed by further shell inlay 32cm wide, 61cm high, 32cm deep

£300-500

68 FD485/23 GEORGE III SPECIMEN PARQUETRY OCCASIONAL TABLE 18TH CENTURY the square top veneered with sixteen specimen samples including maple, sycamore, oak, mahogany, olivewood, birch, and elm, over a single frieze drawer, raised on square tapered legs with boxwood edging and joined by an X-form stretcher 37cm wide, 74cm high, 37cm deep

£500-800

69 FD52/3 TWO CARVED WOOD BLOCK MOULDS 18TH CENTURY each rectangular wood section carved with various heraldic devices, castles, classical masks, serpents, and border details, possibly related to the Dukes of Northumberland (2) larger 28cm wide, 15cm deep

£400-600

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70 FD667/66 GEORGE III MAHOGANY, ROSEWOOD AND BOXWOOD LINEN PRESS LATE 18TH CENTURY the moulded cornice over a plain frieze and pair of crossbanded cupboard doors opening to five sliding trays; the lower part with two short and two long drawers over a scrolling apron and raised on splay feet 128cm wide, 203cm high, 60cm deep

ÂŁ700-1,000

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71 FD636/21B GEORGE III GOLD AND SILVER PIQUE TORTOISESHELL SNUFF BOX 18TH CENTURY of navette form, the hinged cover with a monogrammed cartouche ‘LD’ against a field of five point stars, the sides with further stars against a night sky 9.5cm wide

£200-300

72 FD664/9 GEORGE III MAHOGANY BRACKET CLOCK BY JAMES PADBURY EARLY 19TH CENTURY the arched silvered dial signed James Padbury, Bishops Waltham, Hants, with an eight day fusee bell striking movement, the arched case surmounted a carrying handle and flanked by pierced sound frets, raised on a platform base with brass ogee bracket feet 27cm wide, 50cm high

£1,500-2,500

73 FE544/2 GEORGE III MAHOGANY STICK BAROMETER CIRCA 1800 the silvered vernier signed ‘E. Marzorati, FECIT’, with a broken arched pediment and a brass urn finial, the narrow trunk ending in a globular cistern cover 14cm wide, 101cm high

£800-1,200

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74 FD99/2 GEORGE III MAHOGANY WALL CLOCK BY THOMAS APPLEWHITE, LONDON LATE 18TH CENTURY/EARLY 19TH CENTURY the circular silvered dial with Roman and Arabic chapters and inscribed ‘Thos. Applewhite, London’ with one winding hole, in a moulded frame and saltbox backboard 42cm diam

£1,000-1,500

75 FE40/6 GEORGE III MAHOGANY PEDESTAL DESK LATE 18TH CENTURY the rectangular top with an inset writing surface, above two frieze drawers and two banks of six short drawers, raised on a plinth base 102cm wide, 78cm high, 70cm deep

£1,500-2,500

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76 FD654/1 GROUP OF SIX STIEGEL TYPE ENAMELLED GLASS BOTTLES LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY all of flattened octagonal form with narrow necks, polychrome enamelled with figures or flower groups, some with metal caps (6) 13cm - 22cm high

£400-600

77 FE1/21 PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN SAUCEBOATS 18TH CENTURY painted with deer and pagoda amongst flowers and a walled garden, 21cm long; together with another Chinese export famille rose sauce boat and an oval stand (4) £250-350

78 FE1/51 PAIR OF DAVENPORT BLUE AND WHITE CHESTNUT BASKETS AND STANDS EARLY 19TH CENTURY each with a pierced basket and decorated with Chinese riverscape scenes, 26cm wide; with a matching stand and an associated stand, 25cm wide (4) £200-300

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79 FE15/10 SET OF EIGHT REGENCY FAUX ROSEWOOD PAINTED GOTHIC STYLE SIDE CHAIRS 19TH CENTURY the pointed arch backs with cluster column rails above caned seats, raised on triple column legs with pierced corner brackets (8) 99cm wide, 48cm high, 41cm deep

ÂŁ4,000-6,000

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80 FE15/20 REGENCY MAHOGANY AND GILT METAL MOUNTED CHIFFONIER 19TH CENTURY the rectangular mahogany superstructure with a three quarter brass gallery raised on cast brass supports, over a single drawer and pair of grille insert doors lined with pleated yellow silk, flanked by squared columns headed by female gilt metal busts, raised on turned feet 101cm wide, 121cm high, 38cm deep

£1,500-2,500

81 FE2/10 REGENCY MAHOGANY BRACKET CLOCK BY THOMAS WORSFOLD 19TH CENTURY the moulded arched top with a brass handle over a circular white enamel Roman numeral dial with two winding holes inscribed ‘Thos Worsfold Hampton Wick’, the eight day movement striking on a bell, with brass fishscale fret sides and front, moulded base raised on brass shaped bracket feet 28cm wide, 32cm high, 19cm deep

£1,000-1,500

82 FE41/5 REGENCY MAHOGANY AND CANED LIBRARY ARMCHAIR CIRCA 1815 with buttoned leather cushions, raised on turned legs terminating in brass cap and castors 66cm wide, 107cm high

£1,000-1,500

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83 FE544/5 ASHWORTH’S IRONSTONE IMARI PART DINNER SERVICE 19TH CENTURY decorated with chrysanthemums in the Japanese taste, comprising fifteen dinner plates, eleven soup plates, eight dessert plates, two covered tureens, a covered sauce tureen and stand, three graduated platters and a roast drainer, impressed and printed marks (42) dinner plate 26.5cm diam

£600-900

84 FD628/3 PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE FIGURES OF VENUS AND NEPTUNE EARLY 19TH CENTURY each standing beside a dolphin on a shellencrusted rocky mound, the inscribed square table base moulded with floral garlands above bracket feet 24cm high

£400-600

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85 LT2012/13 PAIR OF REGENCY STYLE CUT GLASS SHIP’S DECANTERS EARLY 20TH CENTURY with ring and diamond cut bands on a spreading body; and a PAIR OF VICTORIAN CUT GLASS DECANTERS, 19th century, with ring and hobnail cut bands (4) 22cm high and 24cm high

£200-300

86 FD627/3 PAIR OF REGENCY STYLE GLASS CANDLESTICKS 19TH CENTURY each with a scalloped candle nozzle over a diamond cut stem raised on a spreading circular foot with scalloped edge (2) 25cm high

£600-800

87 FD654/10 IRISH CUT GLASS MONTIETH 19TH CENTURY oval with a crenellated rim above diamond cut and faceted bands, on a circular foot with star cut base 23.5cm wide, 11.5cm high, 18cm wide

£300-500

88 FD82/2 MATCHED SET OF NINE GLASS RUMMERS 19TH CENTURY various sizes, raised on a spreading circular foot largest 15cm high

£300-500

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89 FD485/6 ENGLISH MAHOGANY STICK BAROMETER BY BLANCHFORD & CO., LONDON 19TH CENTURY the hinged cover with engraved panel ‘Blanchford & Co/ 79 Leadenhall Str/ LONDON’, with silvered gauges and vernier, above a long case and cistern cover 95cm high

£3,000-5,000

90 FD165/1 LATE REGENCY MAHOGANY LONGCASE REGULATOR CLOCK BY ALEXANDER GARDNER 19TH CENTURY the arched pediment over a silvered dial with minutes and subsidiary seconds and hour dials, one winding hole, above a tapered trunk with a glazed door, on a plinth base 45cm wide, 196cm high, 23cm deep

£1,000-1,500

91 FD191/9 PAIR OF TOLE PAINTED JARDINIERES 19TH CENTURY oval with a crenallated rim and twin carrying handles, the sides painted with oval chinoiserie panels, enriched in gilt (2) 27cm wide

£400-600

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92 FD434/3 PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PLATTERS EARLY 19TH CENTURY shaped oval form with a serpentine rim, decorated in underglaze blue and polychrome enamels depicting a pair of hoho birds, chrysanthemum, peonies, and bamboo shoots (2) 44cm wide, 34cm deep

£300-500

93 FD299/3 SCOTTISH REGENCY MAHOGANY CROSSBANDED AND INLAID SOFA TABLE 19TH CENTURY the rectangular top with drop down sides over two short frieze drawers, raised on a squared tapered column with bobbin turned corners, on a quatreform base with foliate carved sabre legs with brass castors 152cm wide, 73cm high, 76cm deep

£600-800

94 FD288/12 SET OF REGENCY MAHOGANY QUARTETTO TABLES EARLY 19TH CENTURY the rectangular tops on slender ring-turned supports raised on trestle supports joined by a curved stretcher (4) 51cm wide, 77cm high, 37cm deep

£800-1,200

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95 FD282/1 REGENCY MAHOGANY FRAMED CANED BERGERE 19TH CENTURY the caned square back and enclosed part-padded arms ending on reeded column supports, with a brown leather loose cushion seat, raised on tapered reeded legs ending on brass castors 66cm wide, 98cm high, 62cm deep

£800-1,200

96 FD288/4 REGENCY FRUITWOOD HALL BENCH 19TH CENTURY the long rectangular seat with scroll ends, raised on turned and tapered legs 182cm long, 52cm high, 30cm deep

£500-800

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97 FD167/4 MATCHED PAIR OF REGENCY MAHOGANY DROP LEAF SIDE TABLES 19TH CENTURY each with a rectangular top with moulded edge and single drop leaf to the front, raised on turned and reeded tapered legs (2) 150cm wide, 79cm high, 81cm deep

£700-900

98 FD158/1 REGENCY MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS 19TH CENTURY the bowfront top over two short and three graduated long drawers, raised on splay feet 116cm wide, 98cm high, 58cm deep

£500-700

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99 FC793/14 REGENCY MAHOGANY AND INLAY BOWFRONT CHEST ON CHEST 19TH CENTURY the curved arch pediment with line inlay over two short and three long graduated drawers; the lower part with three further long graduated drawers, raised on splay feet 108cm wide, 202cm high, 52cm deep

£700-900

100 FE15/15 REGENCY ROSEWOOD FRAMED BERGERE 19TH CENTURY the curved back and scroll arms over a loose cushion seat above a foliate carved seat rail, raised on carved and faceted tapered legs ending on brass caps and castors, in yellow and black striped upholstery 80cm wide, 97cm high, 51cm deep

£1,500-2,500

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101 FC788/9 REGENCY MAHOGANY DWARF BOOKCASE 19TH CENTURY with two graduated shelves raised on x-form supports above a long frieze drawer fitted with a baize writing surface and pen trays, over a pair of cupboard doors, raised on later turned bun feet, with brass handles to the sides 66cm wide, 127cm high, 34cm deep

£400-600

102 FC779/8 REGENCY MAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE EARLY 19TH CENTURY the rectangular top over a line inlaid frieze fitted with an arrangement of real and dummy drawers, raised on reeded tapered legs 136cm wide, 81cm high, 80cm deep Provenance: Property of an Edinburgh gentleman

£1,000-2,000

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103 FD398/2 GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD TEA CADDY 19TH CENTURY of sarcophagus form, the hinged lid opening to two removable covered tea cannisters and a mixing bowl recess, with carved foliate handles to the sides, raised on flattened bun feet 31cm wide, 19cm high, 15cm wide

£150-250

104 FE2/16 ITALIAN MARBLE BUST OF DIANA, AFTER THE ANTIQUE 19TH CENTURY white marble signed ‘C Scheggi Flle/ Firenze’ on a socle base 51cm high

£600-800

105 FD196/62 ENGLISH CLEAR GLASS EPERGNE 19TH CENTURY the spiral turned stem with two graduated dished tiers and surmounted by a trumpet vase, raised on a spreading circular foot 77cm high Provenance: Property from a Scottish collection

£300-500

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106 FE547/1 GEORGE IV MAHOGANY CHIFFONIER CIRCA 1825 the raised gallery back above two frieze drawers and two panelled cupboard doors, raised on turned feet 102cm wide, 121cm high, 47cm deep

£400-600

107 FC779/3 GEORGE IV MAHOGANY DRUM TABLE 19TH CENTURY the circular green leather insert top over a deep frieze with four short drawers and four dummy drawers, raised on a turned baluster column and four reeded sabre legs ending on brass caps and castors 121cm diam, 78cm high Provenance: Property of an Edinburgh gentleman

£1,500-2,500

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108 FD240/7 SCOTTISH MAHOGANY AND INLAY LONG CASE CLOCK BY HENDRIC OGG, DUNFERMLINE EARLY 19TH CENTURY the swan neck pediment with a brass bird finial above an arched silvered and brass dial with Roman/Arabic chapters, subsidiary seconds dial and two winding holes, pierced brass spandrels and engraved boss ‘Tempus Fugit’, flanked by octagonal columns, the trunk door with floral inlay flanked by quarter columns, on a plinth base with a flowering urn inlay, raised on splay feet 47cm wide, 219cm high, 24cm deep

£1,000-1,500

109 FD604/1 SCOTTISH WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY DRUM HEAD LONG CASE CLOCK BY WILLIAM DUFF, PAISLEY 19TH CENTURY the foliate carved and moulded drum case surmounted by a classical mask, enclosing a Roman numeral gilt dial with subsidiary date and seconds dials, the eight day movement striking on a bell, over a tapered trunk with a bow door and moulded plinth base 48.5cm wide, 218cm high, 24cm deep

£400-600

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110 FD162/1 GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD TUB ARMCHAIR 19TH CENTURY the curved enclosed back and arms ending in scrolled hand holds, over a loose cushion seat, raised on lappet carved tapered legs and foliate carved ball feet with brass castors 56cm wide, 93cm high, 55cm deep

£300-500

111 FE34/12 GEORGE IV MAHOGANY AND INLAY SERVING TABLE CIRCA 1825 the long rectangular top with a concave front above three frieze drawers with Greek key inlay, raised on reeded turned tapered legs 214cm wide, 85cm high, 45cm deep

£800-1,200

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112 FD664/8 GEORGE IV BIRDSEYE MAPLE AND CROSSBANDED MINIATURE ‘MULE’ CHEST EARLY 19TH CENTURY the hinged lid enclosing a lined interior, over an apron drawer and raised on later bun feet 45cm wide, 33cm high, 35cm deep

£700-900

113 FE15/8 ENGLISH MAHOGANY AND BRASS INLAY BRACKET CLOCK BY J DURDEN, LONDON 19TH CENTURY the white enamel dial, signed ‘J. Durden, 21 Fenchurch St. London’, within a gilt blind fret reserve, the eight day movement striking on a gong, the arched case surmounted by a flaming urn, raised on squat bun feet 24cm wide, 42cm high, 17cm deep

£3,000-5,000

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114 FC164/1 SET OF EIGHT GEORGE IV MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS EARLY 19TH CENTURY the horizontal back rail over tapered spindles and reeded side rails, the stuff over seats in cream plush upholstery, raised on reeded tapered legs (8) 53cm wide, 82cm high, 46cm deep

ÂŁ1,000-1,500

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115 FD268/5 GEORGE IV MAHOGANY CHIFFONIER 19TH CENTURY the three quarter pierced brass gallery over two open shelves raised on lappet carved columns, above a pair of short frieze drawers and a pair of cupboard doors, raised on lobed bun feet 104cm wide, 150cm high, 42cm deep

£600-800

116 FE543/2 WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD FOUR TIER WHATNOT 19TH CENTURY the shaped rectangular tiers raised on spiral turned columns with urn finials, raised on carved trestle supports ending in scrolled toes and brass castors 60cm wide, 146cm high, 40cm deep

£300-500

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117 FD299/8 VICTORIAN GILT AND INCISED OVERMANTEL MIRROR 19TH CENTURY the arched mirror plate in a moulded frame with incised floral decoration and an ebonised beaded slip 95cm wide, 140cm high

£300-400

118 FD299/7 EARLY VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT AND MARQUETRY BREAKFAST TABLE MID 19TH CENTURY the circular top with a moulded edge over a plain frieze, raised on a carved baluster support and tripod base with scrolled toes and castors 136cm diam, 74cm high

£1,200-1,800

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119 FE39/6 WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY WINDOW SEAT CIRCA 1835 the rectangular seat covered in buttoned black leather, raised on faceted turned tapered legs ending in brass cap and casters 92cm wide, 52cm high, 33cm deep

£600-900

120 FD288/8 WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD LIBRARY BOOKCASE 19TH CENTURY the moulded cornice over four open shelves; the lower part with a pair of doors lined with pleated pale blue silk, on a plinth base 102cm wide, 214cm high, 44cm deep

£1,200-1,800

121 FD296/10 WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE IN THE MANNER OF GILLOWS, CIRCA 1835 the crossbanded circular tilt top with radiating veneers, raised on an urn shaped faceted column support, ending in a bead moulded triform base with gadrooned bun feet

122 FC185/8 MINIATURE OAK AND BRASS CANNON LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the ring turned barrel supported by a brass bound planked carriage with spoked wheels 50cm long approx, 20cm high approx, barrel 33cm long

£400-600

124cm diam, 73cm high

£2,000-3,000

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123 FD119/1 VICTORIAN BLACK SLATE AND BRONZE CLOCK GARNITURE 19TH CENTURY the dial inscribed ‘James Robertson & Sons’, the eight day movement striking on a gong, each surmounted by a classical bust clock 27cm wide, 52cm high, pedestals 28cm high

£300-500

124 FD191/8 VICTORIAN ASHFORD MARBLE URN 19TH CENTURY of classical form, inlaid with a floral study, raised on a socle foot 36cm high

£600-800

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125 FD240/8 WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY INVERTED BREAKFRONT SERVING TABLE 19TH CENTURY the inverted breakfront top with a moulded edge over an applied floral and foliate carved frieze panel flanked by further panels, with lateral frieze drawers, raised on chamfered tapered legs with acanthus carved square capitals and feet 217cm wide, 95cm high, 63cm deep

ÂŁ1,000-2,000

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126 FD299/5A SCANDINAVIAN SATIN AND KARELINIAN BIRCH AND MARQUETRY HALF TESTER BED 19TH CENTURY the moulded canopy and headboard covered in grey/blue pleated silk, the panelled footboard with carved acorn finials, raised on faceted bun feet 200cm wide, 276cm high, 216cm long

ÂŁ1,000-1,500

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127 FD299/5 SCANDINAVIAN FIVE PIECE SATIN AND KARELINIAN BIRCH AND MARQUETRY BEDROOM SUITE 19TH CENTURY comprising a triple wardrobe with a mirrored centre panel, 254cm wide, 212cm high, 64cm deep; a dressing table and mirror, 137cm wide, 149cm high, 65cm deep; a pair of bedside cabinets, 38cm wide, 74cm high, 38.5cm deep; and a side chair, all with stylised trailing foliate inlay (5) Note: En-suite with previous lot

ÂŁ2,000-3,000

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128 FD299/2 VICTORIAN WALNUT AND MARQUETRY MARBLE TOP WASHSTAND 19TH CENTURY the pink marble top with a three quarter arched backsplash over two short frieze drawers, raised on tapered octagonal end supports on trestle bases joined by a stretcher rail, on flattened disc feet 122cm wide, 105cm high, 61cm deep

£300-500

129 FD299/1 VICTORIAN EBONISED AND EGLOMISE MIRROR TOP CENTRE TABLE 19TH CENTURY the octagonal tilt top with a clear and coloured mirror panel top decorated with red squirrels and satyr masks, on a tapered square column with further gilt mirror panel sides depicting urns and mythical beasts, on an ebonised quatreform base raised on turned feet 81cm wide, 84cm high, 81cm deep

£400-600

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130 FD296/5 VICTORIAN GOTHIC REVIVAL PITCH PINE BUREAU BOOKCASE 19TH CENTURY the heavy carved sawtooth cornice with carved star motifs over a pair of glazed doors above a fall front with raised panels opening to a void interior; the lower part with two panel cupboard doors raised on a plinth base 116cm wide, 254cm high, 53cm deep

ÂŁ1,500-2,500

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131 FD288/10 VICTORIAN PLUM PUDDING MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD WORK TABLE 19TH CENTURY the hinged shaped oval top with drop leaves and a moulded edge, opening to a compartmented interior with fitted mirror, over a sliding work box, raised on floral carved cabriole legs ending on castors 88cm wide, 72cm high, 50cm deep

£400-600

132 FD288/5 PAIR OF VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CELLISTS’ CHAIRS 19TH CENTURY the mahogany framed spoon backs with flower and vine carved cresting, above a stuff over seat raised on long turned and tapered legs, in musical instrument motif upholstery (2) 36cm wide, 94cm high, 36cm deep

£500-800

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133 FD282/13 VICTORIAN BUTTON TUFTED TUB ARMCHAIR LATE 19TH CENTURY the curved back and low arms over a self cushion seat, raised on ebonised reeded tapered legs ending on brass caps and castors £400-600

134 FD268/4 VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT, MAHOGANY AND BIRCH DAVENPORT 19TH CENTURY the sloped top with an insert leather writing surface and hinged superstructure with a three quarter gallery opening to a fitted interior, with carved bracket supports; over a bank of four short drawers and four opposing dummy drawers on a trestle base with porcelain castors 54cm wide, 87cm high, 58cm deep

£600-800

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135 FD24/3 TWO VICTORIAN MAHOGANY COLLECTOR’S CABINETS 19TH CENTURY each with panel moulded doors mounted with an ivory plaque number, one ‘75’, the other ‘37’, opening to an arrangement of drawers with recessed brass handles, label holders and numbered ivory plaques, the first with a paper label inscribed ‘Property of the Trustees of the British Museum’, on bracket feet (2) 100cm wide, 164cm high, 86cm deep Provenance: Ex British Museum

£2,000-3,000

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136 FD242/2 GRANT’S ZEBRA SKIN RUG (EQUUS QUAGGA BOEHMI) flat skin rug with tail 254cm long

£400-600

137 FD167/12 PAIR OF CAST IRON ‘ROYAL ARMS’ LION AND UNICORN DOOR-STOPS IN THE MANNER OF JOHN CRAWLEY OF SHEFFIELD MID 19TH CENTURY the opposing recumbent figures cast in relief with a flat back; together with a cast iron crown with lion surmount (3) lion 34cm high; unicorn 38cm high

£300-500

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138 FC788/13 VICTORIAN COMMEMORATIVE PRESENTATION OAR LATE 19TH CENTURY the oar polychrome painted and gilt in recognition of ‘Lincoln College Eight’ and dated 1892, listing individual crew members, their weights and place positions and defeated teams; together with rowing and crew team photographs oar 218cm long

£200-300

139 FE39/3 EDWARDIAN LARGE POND YACHT MODEL EARLY 20TH CENTURY 141cm long approx

£1,200-1,800

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140 FD196/70 SMALL VICTORIAN ‘GOTHIC’ CAST IRON GARDEN BENCH LATE 19TH CENTURY with openwork tracery back and arms, above a honeycomb seat, raised on slightly splayed legs 100cm wide, 91cm high, 53cm deep Provenance: Property from a Scottish collection

£400-600

141 FD196/70A VICTORIAN ‘FERN’ CAST IRON GARDEN BENCH 19TH CENTURY with a slatted wooden seat 193cm wide, 93cm high Provenance: Property from a Scottish collection

£500-700

142 FD487/119 SCOTTISH POTTERY GROTTO TABLE 19TH CENTURY, POSSIBLY FALKIRK the circular top raised on a realistically modelled stump-form pedestal base, in mottled green, blue, yellow and brown glazes 63cm diam, 71cm high

£300-500

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143 FD628/1 MINTON MAJOLICA PIE DISH AND COVER DATE CYPHER FOR 1864 the cover surmounted by a recumbent hound and hunting trophy, the basket weave sides moulded with oak leaf and cartouches of a hare and a pheasant, raised on paw feet, impressed marks 31cm wide, 18cm high

£1,000-1,500

144 FC620/4 PAIR OF MINTON MAJOLICA ‘LETTUCE LEAF AND RABBITS’ COMPORTS DATE CYPHER FOR 1869 modelled as a turquoise glazed lettuce leaf supported on two white rabbits with black ears, on a shaped oval base, impressed MINTON with mould and date marks (2) 24cm wide, 12cm high, 13cm wide

£2,000-3,000

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145 FD628/2 LARGE MINTON MAJOLICA JARDINIERE DATE CYPHER FOR 1876 the polychrome painted sides moulded in relief with exotic birds, flowers and foliage, with twin dolphin mask loop handles, impressed marks 33cm diam, 32cm high

£1,000-1,500

146 FE15/18 PAIR OF MINTON MAJOLICA JARDINIERES DATE CYPHERS FOR 1869 & 1870 of squat urn form with strapwork panels with lions’ masks and ending on paw feet, in blue, yellow and mauve glazes, impressed marks (2) 39cm wide, 36cm high

£1,000-1,500

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147 FE15/24 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY AND BIRCH PARCEL GILT DAVENPORT 19TH CENTURY the raised hinged top with a fitted interior above a hinged leather insert writing slope, raised on stop-fluted columns with scrolled capitals, over a side panel door opening to recessed drawers, the opposing side opening to shelves, raised on lobed bun feet 52cm wide, 81cm high, 54cm deep

£1,500-2,500

148 FE15/41 PAIR OF GILTWOOD AND BEADED NEEDLEWORK UPHOLSTERED FOOTSTOOLS 19TH CENTURY the square padded tops with scrolling silver and black beadwork against a red wool ground, in a carved and moulded frame raised on short cabriole legs ending in scrolled toes 28.5cm wide, 16cm high, 18.5cm deep

£400-600

149 FE543/1 VICTORIAN TEAK CAMPAIGN SECRETAIRE CHEST MID 19TH CENTURY in two parts with brass corner mounts; the top section with a long and two short drawers, one drawer with a fall front opening to an interior fitted for writing; the lower section with two long drawers, raised on bun feet 107cm wide, 124cm high, 54cm deep

£500-700

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150 FD223/1 VICTORIAN EBONISED AND GILT METAL MOUNTED BRACKET CLOCK BY HAMILTON CRICHTON & CO., EDINBURGH 19TH CENTURY the moulded top surmounted by an acorn finial and flame corner finials, above an arched brass and silvered dial with Roman and Arabic chapters, two winding holes and a maker’s engraved boss and pierced brass spandrels, with gilt bronze corner mounts and a moulded base raised on gilt bronze feet; eight day movement striking on a gong 33cm wide, 60cm high, 20cm deep

£1,500-2,000

151 FE39/2 LATE VICTORIAN SIMULATED TORTOISESHELL AND INLAY NOVELTY MANTEL CLOCK 19TH CENTURY modelled as a church, with an associated Ansonia, New York, gong-striking movement 52cm wide, 110cm high, 21cm deep

£1,000-1,500

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152 FC972/16 ASSEMBLED SET OF EIGHT ELM WINDSOR ARMCHAIRS 19TH CENTURY the arched spindle backs over pierced splats and shaped seats, raised on turned legs joined by H-form stretchers (8) 56cm wide, 109cm high, 39cm deep (approx) Provenance: Gaunt House, Oxfordshire

£1,500-2,500

153 FE546/1 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY EXTENDING DINING TABLE 19TH CENTURY the rounded rectangular top with three leaf inserts over a plain frieze, raised on turned and lobed baluster legs ending on brass caps and castors 296cm long, 75cm high, 136cm deep

£2,000-3,000

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154 FC185/5 VICTORIAN BRASS TOBACCO CADDY 19TH CENTURY the square sides inscribed ‘PRESS TOBACCO SHANTY’, on an ogee moulded base

155 FC350/4 VICTORIAN NOVELTY BRONZE STAMP BOX 19TH CENTURY modelled as a recumbent hound, opening to reveal a two compartment interior

18cm wide, 27cm high

14cm wide

£200-300

Note: According to a note accompanying this lot, the dog was a favourite of the Duchess of Kent who had it made in bronze after its death. This one was given by Queen Victoria’s daughter, to the German Prince Lettengen who commanded the Royal Yacht ‘Victoria and Albert’. Prince Lettengen retained a Miss Learmonth as his Private Secretary. When the Prince died he bequeathed her the bronze dog stamp box. Miss Learmonth subsequently gave the dog to Mrs George MacLennan, whom she had befriended in London. Mrs MacLennan then bequeathed it on her death to her niece Janet Denholm Ovens.

£250-350

156 FD108/1 ENGLISH GILT METAL AND PORCELAIN MOUNTED GLASS URN 19TH CENTURY the pierced foliate cover mounted with porcelain flower and gilt leaf finial, above a clear and cobalt glass urn with gilt scroll handles and raised on a pierced foliate cast rococo base 22cm high

£200-300

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157 FD434/2 LARGE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE COVERED JAR LATE 19TH CENTURY of globular form, decorated with a sage seated on a qilin with two boy attendants 28cm diam, 29cm high

£500-800

158 FD46/3 CONTINENTAL PAINTED PORCELAIN PLAQUE LATE 19TH CENTURY finely painted with a flower study, within a maple frame Plaque 25cm wide, 20cm high; overall 36.5cm wide, 31cm high

£400-600

159 FD664/3 ENGLISH BRASS CATHEDRAL CLOCK 19TH CENTURY the central spire surmounted by a cross and flanked by four crocketted spires above a Gothic tracery dial, the pierced doorway fitted with red glass, on a stepped base 47cm high

£800-1,200

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160 FE15/17 BLUE JASPERWARE AND GILT BRONZE SIX LIGHT CHANDELIER EARLY 20TH CENTURY the jasperware dished corona with classical figures above an openwork cage cast with putti and issuing six scrolling candle arms, the lower jasperware dish with a bronze berry finial, electrified 67cm wide, 65cm high

£1,500-2,500

161 FD660/2 ELKINGTON & CO. GILT BRONZE EWER LATE 19TH CENTURY the flared spout with a scroll handle modelled as a draped beauty holding a child, the lobed sides decorated in relief with figural panels and grotesque masks, raised on a socle base, bearing Elkington & Co seal 39cm high

£400-500

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162 FD291/1 GERMAN WALNUT, FRUITWOOD AND EBONISED PARQUETRY CABINET 19TH CENTURY the serpentine arched and moulded cornice with carved foliate cresting over a pair of serpentine cupboard doors and a recess; the lower part with a moulded edge over three long serpentine drawers with gilt metal handles cast with putti and floral garlands, raised on bun feet 118cm wide, 196cm high, 61cm deep

ÂŁ3,000-5,000

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163 FD382/1 GROUP OF SIX GERMAN CARVED IVORY BAND MEMBERS LATE 19TH CENTURY comprising a conductor and five various musicians, all standing on turned barrel bases (6) tallest 16cm high

£1,000-1,500

164 FD655/4 BLACK FOREST CARVED BEAR STAND EARLY 20TH CENTURY polychrome painted, the figure standing with one paw raised holding a carved dish, on a circular plinth base 110cm high

£800-1,200

165 FE39/1 CARVED BLACKFOREST BENCH LATE 19TH CENTURY modelled as two bears supporting a naturalistic plank seat, the openwork back carved with fruiting vines and centred by a further bear 160cm wide, 90cm high

£1,500-2,000

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166 FE15/21 QUEEN ANNE STYLE WALNUT CHEST ON STAND EARLY 20TH CENTURY the serpentine moulded top over four graduated drawers, the stand with a conforming serpentine drawer raised on scroll carved cabriole legs ending in slipper feet 77cm wide, 144cm high, 48cm deep

£1,000-1,500

167 FE15/19 QUEEN ANNE STYLE WALNUT AND MAHOGANY BUREAU BOOKCASE EARLY 20TH CENTURY the arched and moulded cornice over a pair of conforming glazed and mullioned doors, above a slant front opening to a leather insert writing surface and an arrangement of pigeon holes and short drawers, over a long drawer, two short and two further long drawers, raised on bracket feet 77cm wide, 203cm high, 48cm deep

£2,000-3,000

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168 FB393/3 GEORGE I STYLE WALNUT AND UPHOLSTERED TWO PIECE SUITE CIRCA 1900 covered in green foliate patterned fabric, raised on shell carved cabriole legs united by a gadrooned apron and ending in claw and ball feet (2) settee 204cm wide

£1,800-2,500

169 FE39/8 GEORGE II STYLE MAHOGANY AND PARCEL GILT CABINET ON STAND EARLY 20TH CENTURY the broken arched pediment above a pair of glazed panel doors enclosing shelves; the stand with three ogee moulded apron drawers, raised on carved cabriole legs ending in claw and ball feet 100cm wide, 205cm high, 40cm deep

£3,000-4,000

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170 FE38/1 PAIR OF EDWARDIAN EASY ARMCHAIRS EARLY 19TH CENTURY the square button tufted backs and scroll arms over a self cushion seat raised on turned and tapered mahogany legs ending on brass caps and castors, in original pale green art nouveau daffodil pattern upholstery; with modern yellow slipcovers, loose cushions, and arm covers (2) 79cm wide, 178cm high, 60cm deep

£700-900 171 FD618/39 PAIR OF CARVED GILTWOOD WALL CARTOUCHE PANELS LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY each centrally painted with a romantic scene of courting couples in riverside wooded landscapes, framed within ornate openwork rococo scrolls (2) 37cm wide, 55cm high Note: Bear paper labels verso ‘Pair of Elaborately carved wood panels with landscape centres, by Grinling Gibbons, (Given by E. L. Bateman, friend of D. G. Rosetti to the late Mr Leiper)’

£800-1,200

172 FD235/1 LARGE BRITISH ARTS & CRAFTS POTTERY TILE EARLY 20TH CENTURY the rectangular plaque depicting King David of Scotland and the white hart, bearing monogram ‘AM’ 28.5cm wide, 38.5cm high

£400-600

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173 FD485/1 PAIR OF SCOTTISH CARVED OAK FIGURES OF WILLIAM WALLACE AND ROBERT BRUCE LATE 19TH CENTURY carved in full relief, each raised on acanthus carved pedestal bases inscribed ‘Wallace’ and ‘Bruce’, with monogram initials JA and dated 1913 (2) 56cm high approx

£1,000-1,500

174 FD299/4 EDWARDIAN SATINWOOD SETTEE EARLY 20TH CENTURY the squared back and enclosed arms over a stuff over seat, raised on square tapered legs joined by stretchers and ending on brass castors, in green silk upholstery 166cm wide, 99cm high, 48cm deep

£800-1,200

175 FD160/1 EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD INLAID BREAKFRONT LOW BOOKCASE EARLY 20TH CENTURY the breakfront top with fan medallion inlay over a frieze inlaid with ribbon tied bellflower garlands and urns, over a pair of glazed doors flanked by further glazed doors opening to a cream satin lined and shelved interior, on a plinth base 182cm wide, 115cm high, 36.5cm deep

£800-1,200

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Carbeth Guthrie is a small country estate in Stirlingshire with 52 acres of private grounds including formal gardens, parklands, policy woodlands and grazing and was once part of the ancient barony of Mugdock. The finely proportioned Georgian B-listed mansion house was built in 1810 by John Guthrie, a West Indian merchant who later became a magistrate and Dean of Guild in Glasgow. The house was then extended and improved twice during the 19th century by subsequent heirs of John Guthrie. In 1890 the house and estate were purchased by the current owner’s great grandfather.

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176 FC857/19 REGENCY BRASS AND SIENNA MARBLE INKWELL 19TH CENTURY the domed cover over a lobed campana form well cast with lions’ masks and raised on paw feet, on a circular marble base 11cm high, 10.5cm wide

£150-250

177 FC857/9 SCOTTISH GEORGE IV MAHOGANY AND CROSSBANDED CHEST OF DRAWERS CIRCA 1830 the inverted breakfront top above three short and three long drawers, flanked by turned pilasters, raised on reeded sabre legs 131cm wide, 127cm high, 60cm deep

£300-500

178 FC857/10 GEORGE III MAHOGANY, CROSSBANDED AND INLAID SIDE TABLE 18TH CENTURY the rectangular top centred with an oval floral medallion over a long frieze drawer, raised on slender turned legs joined by a peripheral stretcher 79cm wide, 75cm high, 52cm deep

£200-300

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179 FC857/31 WILLIAM IV OAK SIDE CABINET 19TH CENTURY the rectangular top with a three quarter gallery and raised on spiral turned columns, over a pair of Gothic arch doors opening to a compartmented interior, on squat bun feet 82cm wide, 102cm high, 36cm deep

£200-300

180 FC857/12 REGENCY GILT WALL MIRROR 19TH CENTURY the rectangular mirror plate in a moulded gilt frame flanked by columns with foliate block terminals 74.5cm wide, 113cm high

£200-300

181 FC857/11 NEAR PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY CROSSBANDED AND INLAY PEMBROKE TABLES LATE 18TH CENTURY the oval crossbanded tops with drop-down sides over a single drawer to one end, raised on square tapered legs inlaid with trailing husks and ending on brass caps, one with brass castors (2) 126cm wide, 73cm high, 98cm deep

£800-1,200

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182 FC857/29 GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND BROOM LONGCASE CLOCK BY JOHN JAMIESON OF HAMILTON 18TH CENTURY the key fret carved straight cornice above an arched silver dial with Arabic and Roman chapters with foliate scroll engraving and two winding holes, flanked by spiral turned columns, eight day movement, the case with a long door with broom crossbanding flanked by spiral quarter columns, on a crossbanded plinth base raised on later bracket feet 58cm wide, 207cm high, 25cm deep

ÂŁ700-1,000

183 FC857/11 SIR FRANCIS LEGGAT CHANTREY (1781-1842) PLASTER BUST OF MARY SOMERVILLE DATED 1840 the sitter with ringlets framing her face and a topknot bun, the reverse inscribed and dated, on a socle base 77cm high Provenance: By family descent to the current owners who are related by marriage to Woronzow Grieg (1805-1865), son of Mary Somerville and her first husband Captain Samuel Grieg. Note: Mary Somerville (1780-1872) was a Scottish science and mathematics scholar and writer working at a time when few women were recognised in these disciplines. Mainly self-taught, she learned algebra and geometry despite the disapproval of her family. It was only after the death of her first husband that she found herself in the position to make her own decisions and follow her own academic pursuits. She made notable contributions in the field of astronomy and was one of the first women admitted to the Royal Society.

ÂŁ200-300

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184 FC857/13 GEORGE III MAHOGANY TRIPOD TEA TABLE LATE 18TH CENTURY the squared tilt top over a birdcage and raised on a baluster turned column and cabriole legs ending on pointed slipper feet 66cm wide, 72cm high

£300-500

185 FC857/30 ENGLISH WHITE MARBLE BUST OF JANET POLLOK 19TH CENTURY the sitter with ringlets framing her face and wearing a wrap, on a socle base, unsigned 69cm high

£1,000-1,500

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186 FC857/24 SET OF EIGHT REGENCY MAHOGANY AND BRASS INLAID DINING CHAIRS 19TH CENTURY comprising six side and two armchairs, each with a tablet back with reeded pediment and scrolled ends, over a horizontal splat centred by a carved flower head and brass line inlay, above a fixed drop-in seat and brass lined seat rail, raised on reeded sabre legs (8) ÂŁ1,000-1,500

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187 FC857/23 SET OF TEN GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS 19TH CENTURY comprising nine side chairs and an armchair, with a serpentine top rail over a waisted and pierced vertical splat carved with husk trails, over drop in seats raised on square tapered legs joined by an H-stretcher (10) 49cm wide, 96cm high, 42cm deep

£800-1,200

188 FC857/25 MAHOGANY EXTENDING DINING TABLE 19TH CENTURY WITH ALTERATIONS with five leaf insertions, the oval top raised on leaf carved cabriole legs ending in bun feet; together with an associated leaf carrier (2) 136cm wide, 73cm high, 174cm long, 430cm long (extended)

£2,000-3,000

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189 FE17/78 LATE REGENCY CANED MAHOGANY CHILD’S BERGERE 19TH CENTURY the caned curved back, enclosed scroll arms and seat raised on turned tapered legs 39cm wide, 65cm high, 34cm deep

£150-250

190 FE17/81 GEORGE III BURR WALNUT AND MAHOGANY BED STEPS 18TH CENTURY the hinged top over a hinged and sliding middle tier and fixed lower step, raised on turned feet 46cm wide, 64cm high, 69cm deep

£200-300

191 FE17/5 PAIR OF PAINTED STONEWARE TOBACCO JARS LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the cylindrical sides with painted tin lids, labelled in gilt ‘Black Cut, No.1’ and ‘Black Cut, No. 2’ (2) 20cm diam, 26cm high

£300-500

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192 FE17/20 LATE GEORGE III MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE EARLY 19TH CENTURY the rounded rectangular top with drop down sides over a single frieze drawer to one end and a dummy drawer opposing, raised on a turned pedestal support and scroll legs ending in brass caps and castors 114cm wide, 71cm high, 99cm deep

£250-350

193 FE17/37 EARLY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD AND NEEDLEWORK POLESCREEN 19TH CENTURY the rectangular adjustable screen with a needlework panel depicting columns, flowers, birds and animals, on a ring turned column raised on a scrolling tripod base 141cm high

£200-300

194 FE17/68 REGENCY GILTWOOD AND CONVEX GIRONDOLE 19TH CENTURY the circular convex mirror plate in an ebonised slip and moulded giltwood frame with foliate drop finial and issuing two scrolling candle arms 43cm wide, 60cm high

£200-300

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195 FE17/49 GEORGE III MAHOGANY SERPENTINE SERVING TABLE 18TH CENTURY the serpentine top over a fluted frieze divided by sunflower medallions, raised on chamfered stop-fluted legs ending on moulded block feet 173cm wide, 77cm high, 66cm deep

ÂŁ1,500-2,500

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196 FE17/65 SIX GILTWOOD ARMORIAL WALL LIGHTS EARLY 20TH CENTURY comprising two sets of three, each with a fluted central column issuing two scrolling arms with urn form nozzles, over a hanging oval cartouche bearing the Baring family coats-of-arms, electrified (6) 34cm high

£1,500-2,500

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197 FE17/66 SET OF THREE GILT COMPOSITION WALL LIGHTS EARLY 20TH CENTURY each with a foliate moulded back plate issuing a pair of scrolling arms with urn form nozzles and drip pans, electrified (3) 43cm high

£400-600

198 FE17/88 REGENCY ROSEWOOD AND BRASS INLAID WORK TABLE 19TH CENTURY the rectangular top with rounded drop leaf sides over two frieze drawers and a sliding work bag, raised on an octagonal column and quatreform base with scroll feet and foliate brass inlay 74cm wide, 74cm high, 53.5cm deep

£400-600

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199 FE17/43 EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY CARLTON HOUSE DESK EARLY 20TH CENTURY the curved superstructure fitted with an arrangement of drawers, pigeon holes and compartments and two mail slots, above three short drawers raised on square tapered and fluted legs with applied carved sunflower blocks and ending on spade feet 131cm wide, 98cm high, 59cm deep

ÂŁ1,500-2,500

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200 FE17/45 LOUIS XV STYLE KINGWOOD AND TULIPWOOD CROSSBANDED GILT METAL MOUNTED CARTONNIER 19TH CENTURY the serpentine top above a cavetto moulded frieze and seven short serpentine drawers each with a card holder to identify the contents, over a serpentine apron and bracket feet, the back bearing a paper trade label for Alphonse Giroux 62cm wide, 121cm high, 35cm deep

ÂŁ1,500-2,500

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201 FE17/87 PAIR OF VICTORIAN CAST IRON TABLE BASES 19TH CENTURY the later circular black painted tops raised on foliate and rope cast tripod bases (2) 50.5cm diam, 69cm high

£300-500

202 FE17/97 REGENCY STYLE WHITE PAINTED WROUGHT IRON GARDEN BENCH LATE 19TH CENTURY the scroll back and arms over a long slatted seat, raised on scroll loop supports 182cm wide, 82cm high, 67cm deep

£300-500

203 FE17/102 JACQUES LONDON CROQUET SET omprising four mallets, four balls, post, and six wickets, in a green painted pine box with stencilled label £100-150

204 FE17/103 JACQUES LONDON CROQUET SET omprising four mallets, four balls, three posts, and ten wickets of various size, in a green painted pine box with stencilled label £100-150

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205 FE42/1 FRENCH GOTHIC REVIVAL TABLE CASKET 19TH CENTURY the hinged domed cover over a fall front opening to drawers, the whole covered in worn green silk plush with gothic tracery metal overlay 29.5cm wide, 25cm high, 22.5cm deep

£400-600

206 FE15/1 FRENCH GILT BRONZE AND BOULLE INKWELL 19TH CENTURY of ogee form, raised on bacchic mask supports 24cm high, 9cm, high, 19cm deep

£1,000-1,500

207 FE15/58 CONTINENTAL GILT BRONZE BOULLE CASKET LATE 19TH CENTURY of octagonal form, the hinged lid inset with a painted oval floral bouquet, raised on winged caryatid supports 16cm wide, 10cm high, 15cm deep

£800-1,200

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208 FC92/1 NAPOLEON III BOULLE MARQUETRY AND EBONISED CENTRE TABLE 19TH CENTURY in red tortoiseshell and brass marquetry, the shaped oval top with a gilt metal banded edge over a shaped frieze, raised on cabriole legs 153cm wide, 76cm high, 72cm deep

£600-800

209 FE20/5 PAIR OF CHARLES X GILT BRONZE CANDLESTICKS EARLY 19TH CENTURY with reeded columns on acanthus carved circular bases 32cm high

£1,500-2,500

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210 FC795/5 FRENCH CARVED LIMESTONE FIRE SURROUND 19TH CENTURY the serpentine mantel with a moulded edge over a shell carved frieze, raised on stop fluted columns 135cm wide, 109cm high, 30cm deep

£800-1,200

211 FC779/11 CONTINENTAL CARVED GILTWOOD AND GESSO MIRROR 19TH CENTURY the shaped rectangular plate within an ornate rococo scroll frame 103cm wide, 91cm high Provenance: Property of an Edinburgh gentleman

£500-800

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212 FE15/30 LOUIS XVI STYLE KINGWOOD AND BOIS JAUNE PARQUETRY SIDE TABLE 19TH CENTURY the oval top with trellis pattern parquetry and a moulded edge, raised on fluted square supports joined by a reniform undertier with further trellis parquetry, raised on hipped cabriole legs with gilt metal sabots 48.5cm wide, 72cm high, 37cm deep

£1,500-2,500

213 FE15/43 LARGE GILT AND PATINATED BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK 19TH CENTURY the silvered engine turned dial with an eight day bell-striking movement, surmounted by a seated figure of a young woman reading a book, raised on an acanthus cast platform base with ornate rococo scroll bracket feet 36cm wide, 62cm high

£2,000-3,000

213A FE1/49 PAIR OF SAMSON PORCELAIN AND GILT METAL MOUNTED LAMPS EARLY 20TH CENTURY of bottle form, paintedin iron red and polychrome with foliage and geometric bands, raised on laurel wreat cast bases (2) 27cm high

£200-300

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214 FC972/52 PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE GILT METAL GIRONDOLES 19TH CENTURY the oval mirror plates in a floral cast frame issuing a two branch scrolling candle arm with foliate cast candle nozzles (2) 52cm wide, 82cm wide Provenance: Gaunt House, Oxfordshire

£600-800

215 FE20/7 FRENCH GILT BRONZE EASEL MIRROR 19TH CENTURY the shaped plate within an ornate rococo scroll frame surmounted by a vacant cartouche 42cm wide, 66cm high

£700-900

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216 FD268/7 FRENCH GILT METAL AND PORCELAIN MOUNTED MANTEL CLOCK LATE 19TH CENTURY the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and an eight day bell-striking movement, the case inset with porcelain panels painted with cherubs, surmounted by a flaming finial and ending in toupie feet 35.5cm high

£400-600

217 FE15/40 FRENCH GILT BRONZE ONYX AND CHAMPLEVE ENAMEL CLOCK 19TH CENTURY the four glass clock with a gilt dial flanked by corinthian pilasters, raised on a bow front platform base with toupie feet 20cm wide, 33cm high, 17cm deep

£1,500-2,500

218 FE15/42 FRENCH ONYX AND CHAMPLEVE ENAMEL CLOCK GARNITURE LATE 19TH CENTURY the four glass clock with an arched pediment and gilt dial, flanked by cherub caryatid pilasters, raised on a platform base with bracket feet, together with a pair of matching urns (3) clock 23cm wwide, 34cm high, urns 27cm high

£2,000-3,000

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219 FE20/6 FRENCH FAIENCE GLAZED POTTERY AND GILT METAL MOUNTED VASE CIRCA 1900 the flattened ovoid vase in mottled green and turquoise glaze, with twin lions’ mask and loop handles, raised on a canted platform base, impressed mark K F 41cm high

£600-800

220 FE37/14 FRENCH GILT AND PATINATED BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK 19TH CENTURY the white enamel dial inscribed ‘Gaston Jolly a Paris’ framed within tree stumps, flanked by a woodsman and his dog, raised on a shaped rectangular base with applied mounts raised on toupie feet 34cm wide, 39cm high

£2,000-3,000

221 FC351/15 SEVRES STYLE PORCELAIN AND GILT BRONZE MOUNTED COVERED CUP 19TH CENTURY the domed cover surmounted by a cherub and with twin baccchic mask handles, the sides painted with romantic scenes of lovers against a gilt enriched cobalt blue ground, raised on a socle foot 30cm high

£300-500

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222 FC364/1 PAIR OF LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY AND GILT METAL MOUNTED VITRINES EARLY 20TH CENTURY each with a pierced brass gallery over a single glazed door and serpentine glazed side panels, opening to a red plush lined shelved interior, raised on square cabriole legs with gilt metal mounts throughout (2) 67cm wide, 147cm high, 35.5cm deep

£1,000-1,500

223 FA255/1 PAIR OF NEOCLASSICAL STYLE GREEN MARBLE AND GILT METAL MOUNTED URNS 20TH CENTURY baluster form with angled handles with Egyptian lion mask mounts and rising leaf mounts, raised on a square moulded base with flattened circular gilt metal feet (2) 39cm high

£1,200-1,800

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224 FD191/12 LOUIS XVI STYLE EBONISED AND LACQUER SIDE CABINET 19TH CENTURY with gilt bronze mounts, the moulded sienna marble top above a carved lacquer panel door depicting courtiers, opening to reveal adjustable shelves, raised on fluted tapered legs terminating in sabots 88cm wide, 154cm high, 42cm deep

ÂŁ1,500-2,500

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225 FD391/15 LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY AND GILT METAL MOUNTED LIBRARY BOOKCASE EARLY 20TH CENTURY in two parts; the straight moulded cornice over a pair of glazed doors opening to shelves and flanked by brass inlaid three quarter corner columns; the lower part with two further glazed doors flanked by further columns, on a conforming plinth base 158cm wide, 215cm high, 46.5cm deep

ÂŁ1,200-1,800

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226 FD196/61 PAIR OF FRENCH GILT BRONZE CANDLESTICKS LATE 19TH CENTURY modelled as cherubs riding mythical beasts supporting fruiting vine candle nozzles (2) 22cm high Provenance: Property from a Scottish collection

£300-400

227 FD99/5 LOUIS XVI STYLE FAUX TORTOISE SHELL AND GILT BRONZE MOUNTED MANTEL CLOCK CIRCA 1900 the engraved gilt dial with Roman numerals and an eight day bell-striking movement, within an ornate shaped case with applied rococo mounts surmounted by a cherub finial 47cm high

£1,000-1,500

228 FE1/59 SEVRES PORCELAIN COFFEE CAN AND SAUCER 18TH CENTURY painted with garlands and roses on a pink striped ground with gilt details, interlaced blue mark saucer 15cm diam, can 7.5cm high

£300-400

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229 FE39/5 PAIR OF LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT BRONZE AND MARBLE LAMPS LATE 19TH CENTURY formed as cherubs holding aloft a campana shaped urn, raised on rouge marble base, with toupie feet, fitted for electricity (2) 46cm high

£1,500-2,000

16cm high

230 FC899/2 PAIR OF LIMOGES PATE-SUR-PATE VASES 19TH CENTURY of flattened form decorated with putti resting on clouds against a blue ground with gilt details, raised on short splayed feet (2)

£250-350

15.5cm wide, 15.5cm high, 5.5cm deep

231 FD194/2 FRENCH BRONZE FIGURE GROUP 19TH CENTURY modelled as a young barefoot man seated with a monkey on his arm, on a naturalistic ground, inscribed ‘B’ to underside

£400-600

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232 FD44/7 CAPODIMONTE PORCELAIN FIGURE GROUP LATE 19TH CENTURY depicting ‘Leda and the Swan’ raised on a naturalistic base, underglaze blue crowned N mark 25cm wide, 31cm high

£150-250

233 FD653/3 CONTINENTAL PAINTED OPALINE GLASS COVERED URN 19TH CENTURY the sides painted with humming birds amongst flowers and foliage, within green and gilt bands, raised on a socle foot 55cm high

£300-500

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234 FE37/15 AFTER MARIUS JEANANTONIN MERCIE (FRENCH 1845-1916) DAVID WITH THE HEAD OF GOLIATH bronze, medium brown patina, signed A. Mercie, on a circular base 72cm high

£1,500-2,500

235 FE37/10 AFTER HENRY WEISSE (GERMAN, 19TH CENTURY) NATIVE AMERICANS patinated spelter, entitled ‘LA QUERRE’ AND ‘LA PAIX’ (2) 71cm high and 70cm high

£1,000-1,500

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236 FE15/35 CONTINENTAL BRONZE FIGURE LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY bronze, dark brown patina, modelled as a draped young man holding a staff and standing on coals 76cm high

£800-1,200

237 FE15/60 PAIR OF CONTINENTAL TERRACOTTA FIGURES 19TH CENTURY modelled as moor and companion, the standing figures each holding an amphora and raised on a naturalistic base (2) 71cm high

£1,200-1,800

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238 FC165/49 FEODOR STEPANOVICH ROJANKOVSKY (RUSSIAN/ AMERICAN 1891-1970) SERIES OF EROTIC SCENES coloured pencil on paper, series of ten erotic scenes, signed lower right ‘Rojan’, framed (10) 15.5cm wide x 21cm high sight size Note: Feodor Stepanovich Rojankovsky was born in present day Latvia and studied at the Moscow Fine Arts Society. After World War I he moved to France and studied under the American author and illustrator Esther Averill with whom he later collaborated. He produced a number of erotic illustrations, mostly in the 1930’s under the name Rojan. In 1941 he emigrated to the United States and continued to work as a children’s book illustrator, eventually winning a Caldecott Medal for his work.

£2,000-3,000

239 FD480/4 FRANZ BERGMANN COLD PAINTED BRONZE HARE LATE 19TH CENTURY realistically modelled, impressed amphora mark 11.5cm long

£200-300

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240 FC782/4 MEISSEN PART DINNER SERVICE 20TH CENTURY painted with floral sprays on a white ground with an ozier border, comprising twenty-two dinner plates, two side plates, five bread plates, five soup plates, two large serving dishes, a tureen and cover, a pair of platters, an oval platter, three sauce boats, a square cake plate, a tea cup, seven saucers, and a tureen cover, all with blue underglaze crossed swords marks; together with nine similarly decorated Hutschenreuther teacups, seven saucers, seven side dishes, five dessert plates, an oval dish, and two unmarked Dresden napkin rings (qty) Dinner plate 23cm diam; tureen 39cm wide

ÂŁ600-800

241 FE2/17 SET OF SIX MEISSEN CUPS AND SAUCERS LATE 19TH CENTURY outside decorated, each with a central quatrefoil reserve painted with harbour scenes, in a ribbon tied cartouche, the barbed edge with a gilt and iron red painted border, underglaze blue crossed swords mark (12) saucer 13.5cm diam

ÂŁ500-700

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242 FD196/49 BOHEMIAN AMBER FLASH CUT GLASS VASE 19TH CENTURY the flared form vase finely engraved with flowers, foliage and hob nail cut panels, rasied on a socle foot, 22cm high; together with a similar smaller example, 20cm high (2) Provenance: Property from a Scottish collection

£300-400

243 FE15/57 PAIR OF LARGE DRESDEN PORCELAIN COVERED VASES 19TH CENTURY the lobed lids surmounted by a crowned heraldic crest flanked by putti, the ovoid sides with twin figural handles and painted with romantic scenes of lovers, raised on a socle base, blue crossed sword marks (2) 62cm high

£2,500-3,500

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244 FE1/98 ROYAL COPENHAGEN ‘BLUE FLUTED PLAIN’ PART DINNER SERVICE 20TH CENTURY comprising eighteen dinner plates, eighteen side plates, ten fish plates, eight luncheon plates, twelve soup plates, twelve dessert bowls, a teapot, hot water pot, three cream jugs, seven tea cups, eight smaller tea cups, twelve coffee cups, eight espresso cups, seven other size coffee cups, forty three various size saucers, sugar bowl, slop bowl, small tea bowl, a leafshaped condiment dish, two butter dishes and a circular tureen (cover lacking) (qty) tureen 23cm diameter

£500-700

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245 FE15/59 PAIR OF IMPRESSIVE DRESDEN PORCELAIN LAMPS 19TH CENTURY painted with figural and foliate panels against a gilt enhanced powder pink ground (2) 103cm high (including shades and fittings)

ÂŁ2,000-3,000

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246 FE37/7 KPM PORCELAIN PLAQUE LATE 19TH CENTURY finely painted with Saint Jerome in a brown robe praying at a small altar with a skull, hour glass and crucifix, impressed KPM and sceptre, unframed 16cm wide, 24cm high

£800-1,200

247 FD625/1 SUITE OF ‘SAFARI’ GLASSWARE RETAILED BY ROWLAND WARD comprising ten wine glasses, nine champagne glasses, ten liqueur glasses, two mugs, a pitcher, a decanter and a ewer; each piece engraved with an image of a big game animal including lions, rhinoceros, giraffes, gazelles, water buffalos and elephants, acid etched mark ‘Rowland Ward/ Nairobi Kenya’ (34) Decanter 29cm high, wine glass 17cm high

£800-1,200

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248 FE15/55 CARVED AFRICAN IVORY TUSK LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY relief carved with spiralling bands depicting native African and European officials 47cm long

£800-1,200 249 FD647/6 SAMSON SAFAVID STYLE PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASE 19TH CENTURY slender neck over a pyriform body, the sides decorated with four lobed medallions with traces of gilt detail, on a tall ring foot 36.5cm high

£500-700

250 FE37/11 SYRIAN INLAID TABLE CABINET 19TH CENTURY inlaid throughout with geometric designs, the fall opening to reveal a fitted interior with an arrangement of six drawers 36.5cm wide, 23cm high, 25cm deep

£800-1,200

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251 FE20/8 GROUP OF MOUNTED AND FRAMED PERSIAN TILES 18TH/19TH CENTURY comprising twenty five square tiles each decorated with a repeating pattern of lotus blossoms against a blue ground, in a moulded wood frame each tile 16cm x 16cm; overall 101cm wide, 103cm high

£600-800

252 FD647/3 PERSIAN QAJAR POTTERY TILE LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY polychrome glazed depicting two figures flanked by trees in a mountainous landscape, within a green vine border, framed 30cm wide, 23cm high

£400-600

253 FD647/7 PERSIAN QAJAR POTTERY TILE 19TH CENTURY relief moulded and polychrome glazed depicting a falconer on horseback, framed 14cm wide, 20.5cm high

£300-500

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254 FE548/1 WHYTOCK & REID MAHOGANY AND QAJAR TILE MOUNTED LOW TABLE EARLY 20TH CENTURY the large circular ceramic panel top depicting figures against a blue ground, in a low relief carved frame raised on stylised cabriole legs 65cm diam, 47cm high

ÂŁ2,000-3,000

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255 FD44/10 COLLECTION OF SEVEN INDIAN PAINTED IVORY MINIATURES 19TH CENTURY AND LATER largest 20.5cm high, 9.5cm wide, smallest 10cm high, 6cm wide

£700-900

256 FD44/10A THREE INDIAN EROTIC PAINTED IVORY MINIATURES together with two other Indian ivory miniatures depicting amorous couples (5) largest 12.5cm wide, 9cm high, smallest 8cm wide, 11cm high

£700-900

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257 FE549/14 INDIAN CARVED IVORY FIGURE OF A LION LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY 18cm long approx

£200-300

258 FE37/17 CONTINENTAL GLAZED TERRACOTTA FIGURE GROUP LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY modelled as four fighting tigers with black splash glaze to simulate marble, with applied glass eyes in inset teeth, raised on a naturalistic base 27cm high

£1,200-1,800

259 FC165/30 INDIAN BRONZE MINIATURE DOUBLE CANNON 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the twin tapered barrels surmounted by an alligator and raised on a four wheel carriage 25cm long, 13cm high

£800-1,200

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260 FD289/1C INDIAN CARVED HARDWOOD AND METAL INSERT OCCASIONAL TABLE LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the shaped octagonal top richly carved in high relief with coiling serpents against a scrolling foliate field, centred by a foliate embossed shaped square metal tray insert, raised on a folding octagonal base with pointed arches and arcades and carved with trailing vines 88cm wide, 61cm high, 88cm deep

£400-600

261 FE39/4 CEYLONESE CARVED HARDWOOD GONG 19TH CENTURY the hammered brass gong with a raised central boss, within an ornate openwork figural and foliate scroll carved frame, raised on stepped oblong base with carved claw feet 105cm wide, 150cm high

£1,500-2,500

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262 FE544/6 INDIAN CARVED HARDWOOD SIX FOLD SCREEN 19TH CENTURY each panel pierced and densely carved with scrolling foliage and centred by a flower head, within a scrolling foliate border 46cm wide, 200cm high (each panel)

ÂŁ600-800

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263 FD651/2 ‘SEWAN’ KAZAK RUG SOUTH CAUCASUS, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the red field with elongated greenish blue medallion, within ivory hooked lozenge squared border between bands 144cm x 222cm

£800-1,200

264 FD199/20 SHIRVAN RUG EAST CAUCASUS, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the red field with central indigo square and three lesghi stars, within cream harshang border between bands

265 FD292/4 BERGAMA PRAYER RUG WEST ANATOLIA, LATE 19TH CENTURY the rust field with three indigo line columns, rust spandrels, within multiple cream and indigo borders, kelim ends

137cm x 103cm

110cm x 90cm

266 FE1/16 TEKKE RUG TURKMENISTAN, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the red field with three columns of six guls, within red starburst border between bands, lozenge elem to each end

£150-250

£200-300

119cm x 105cm

£150-250

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267 FD651/1 TEKKE MAIN CARPET TURKMENISTAN, LATE 19TH CENTURY the red field with five columns of fifteen guls, within purple octagon border, double lozenge elem to each end 292cm x 202cm

£1,000-2,000

268 FD292/3 SHIRVAN LONG RUG EAST CAUCASUS, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the indigo field with three joined cream and black lozenge medallions, red serrated pendants, within yellow S border between bands 225cm x 116cm

£500-800

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269 FD292/2 ANATOLIAN SAPH POSSIBLY CAL, LATE 19TH CENTURY the field with six polychrome mihrabs, within yellow stylised foliate border between bands, red panels to each end 369cm x 113cm

£500-800

270 FC788/18A KONYA KELIM CENTRAL ANATOLIA, LATE 19TH CENTURY the field with three panels of polychrome serrated lozenges, seperated by flatweave bands, with narrow border strips to each end 307cm x 198cm

£300-500

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271 FC788/18 KASHAN ‘MOHTASHAM’ RUG CENTRAL PERSIA, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the cream field with central olive and cream medallion suspending pendants, camel spandrels, within cream foliate border between bands 190cm x 132cm

£500-800

272 FD285/1 KASHAN PRAYER RUG CENTRAL PERSIA, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the cream field with foliate vase flanked by trees, red spandrels, within red palmette and foliate vine border between bands

273 FD293/1 KIRMAN CARPET CENTRAL PERSIA, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the rust field with central blue and cream medallion, blue spandrels, within blue palmette and arabesque vine border between bands

199cm x 134cm

367cm x 232cm

274 FD284/2 USHAK CARPET WEST ANATOLIA, LATE 19TH CENTURY the red field with central column of cruciform motifs flanked on each side by a column of palmettes, within narrow grey rosette and vine border between bands

£300-500

£250-250

305cm x 207cm

£300-500

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275 FD300/1 PAIR OF KASHAN PART SILK RUGS CENTRAL PERSIA, EARLY 20TH CENTURY each with cream field with floral tree of life pattern, within similar cream border between bands (2) Each approx. 210cm x 140cm

ÂŁ2,000-3,000

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276 FD292/1 SHIRVAN KELLEH EAST CAUCASUS, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the field with allover polychrome lozenge and star lattice, within narrow cream geometric border between bands 283cm x 121cm

ÂŁ2,000-3,000

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277 FD199/21 KUBA RUNNER EAST CAUCASUS, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY the indigo field with off centre red square medallion and allover stylised foliate pattern, within brown ‘chi-chi’ style border between bands 415cm x 102cm

£600-900

278 FD284/1 SUITE OF THREE EUROPEAN RUNNERS POSSIBLY BRITISH, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY comprising: a pair, each with plain red field centred by a heraldic bird and shield, flanked by flowerheads and arrows, within plain green border; and another smaller, of plainer design (3) larger approx. 438cm x 124cm; smaller 372cm x 80cm

£400-600

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279 FD364/4 PAIR OF TABRIZ RUGS NORTHWEST PERSIA, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY each with indigo field with allover foliate patern, within red palmette and vine border between bands (2) Approx. 190cm x 140cm

£1,000-1,500

280 FD290/1 MAHAL CARPET SULTANABAD, WEST PERSIA, LATE 19TH CENTURY the red field with allover foliate pattern, within indigo rosette and vine border between bands 360cm x 278cm

£600-900

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281 FD284/3 USHAK CARPET WEST ANATOLIA, LATE 19TH CENTURY the cream field with allover polychrome palmette and vine pattern, within red palmette and vine border between bands 453cm x 355cm

ÂŁ1,000-1,500

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The International Sale: Fine Antiques & Decorative Arts EDINBURGH October 3rd, 2012

PHILADELPHIA October 11th, 2012

Inquiries: Lee Young lee.young@lyonandturnbull.com

Inquiries: David Walker direct tel: +1 267-414-1216 dwalker@freemansauction.com

Douglas Girton douglas.girton@lyonandturnbull.com tel: +44 (0)131 557 9944

Ben Fisher direct tel: +1 267-414-1215 bfisher@freemansauction.com

PAIR OF MAHOGANY AND BEECH ‘CHINESE CHIPPENDALE’ ARMCHAIRS circa 1760 £10,000-15,000 ($16,000-24,000)

For exhibition/viewing times or to view the catalogue please visit www.freemansauction.com or www.lyonandturnbull.com


Fine Asian Arts Tuesday, 5th December, 2012 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR

LARGE CHINESE BURR WOOD SCHOLAR’S POT 19TH CENTURY £10,000-15,000 ($16,000-24,000)

Viewing times Sunday, 2nd December, 12 noon - 4pm Monday, 3rd December, 10am - 5pm Tuesday, 4th December, 10am - 5pm Morning of sale from 9am

Enquiries Lee Young Tel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 lee.young@lyonandturnbull.com Douglas Girton Tel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 douglas.girton@lyonandturnbull.com

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(b) to rescind the sale of that lot and/or any other lots sold by us to you; (c) to resell the lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (d) to remove, store and insure the lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (e) to charge interest at a rate of 1.5% per month above the current base rate on the total amount due, to the extent it remains unpaid for more than four working days after the sale; (f) to retain that or any other lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (h) to apply any proceeds of sale of other lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied.

14. STANDARD VENDOR FEES AND CHARGES (Subject to VAT)

(2) If a vendor wishes to withdraw a lot organized for sale, a withdrawal fee will apply; (a) If withdrawn over 28 working days prior to the sale, this will be charged at 10% of the mid estimate along with any ancilliary incurred (such as photography), all subject to VAT at the current rate. (b) If withdrawn within 28 working days of the sale, this will be charged at 20% of the mid estimate along with any ancilliary incurred (such as photography), all subject to VAT at the current rate. 15. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) While we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that,

18 (1) Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (2). Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 19. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 20. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items (Books, Jewellery, paintings, guns, firearms etc) in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary or guidance notes appearing in the catalogue. These notices and terms will also form part of our terms and conditions of sales. 21. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 22. Scottish law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions.


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Furniture and larger items Constantine Constantine House North Caldeen Road Coatbridge North Lanarkshire ML5 4EF Tel: +44(0)1236 750055 Fax: +44(0)1236 750077 E-mail: enquiries@constantinemoving.com A Van Man Transport Unit 5, Benridge Park Holyrood Close, Creekmoor Poole, Dorset BH17 7BD Tel: +44 (0)1202 600 012 Fax: +44 (0)1202 600 206 Email: office@avmt.co.uk Fine Art Carriers Gallery Support Group 37 Cremer Street London E2 8HD Tel: +44 (0)20 7729 6692 Email: info@gallerysupportgroup.com

Arrangements for Sold Lots All bought items will be held free of charge at Broughton Place until the Friday following the sale. Thereafter lots will be removed to store in Edinburgh and a charge incurred. Administration fee: £20 + VAT Storage charges per lot per day are: Large Items £5 inc. insurance + VAT Small Items £2.50 inc. insurance + VAT Catering Refreshments will be available at the saleroom on view days and day of sale.

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