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This sale was held on Wednesday 27th January 2021 at 10:00am

A William IV rosewood library table, the rectangular top above two frieze drawers, on turned end supports, carved with paterae, leaves, etc., with splayed scroll carved feet, 73cm high, 129cm wide, 69.5cm deep.

£200 - £400

A George III mahogany fire screen writing table in the manner of John Cobb, the serpentine fronted top with a broad crossband and boxwood inlaid sides, recessed to house an adjustable fire screen, above a brush slide and a false drawer, with side drawer on French style cabriole legs, with concave undertier, 73cm high, 58cm wide, 39cm deep.

£600 - £800

A pair of George III painted waterfall side cabinets, on a black ground, each with a raised top above two shelves, the base with a panelled door, carved with a putto, swags, ribbons, etc., on slender square tapering legs, 127cm high, 48cm wide, 27cm deep. (1 AF)

£800 - £1,200

A hardwood garden suite, comprising two curved serpentine benches and lath top rectangular table, 150cm x 70cm.

No Estimate

A pair of Louis XV style French gilt wood and gesso fauteuils, each with a moulded show frame, carved with scrolls, shell, etc., upholstered in blue patterned fabric, on cabriole legs and a Louis XV style French rectangular stool, with a padded seat upholstered in blue and gold floral fabric, on cabriole legs with shaped frieze, 100cm wide.

£500 - £800

A gilt standard lamp, with a floral shade, a part fluted and leaf carved column with circular base and bun feet, 190cm high and another similar plain example. (the latter not illustrated -2)

£40 - £60

A late 19thC ebonised and brass inlaid side cabinet, with gilt metal mounts, the plain top above a leaf cast frieze, above two glazed doors enclosing a velvet lined interior, on a plinth base, 116cm high, 97cm wide, 32cm deep.

£150 - £250

A set of three George III painted side chairs, each decorated in gilt with swags, patera, etc, on a black ground, with a pierced rail back, blue upholstered and padded feet on square tapering legs.

£100 - £150

A late 17th/early 18thC Japanned cabinet, decorated in gilt and silver with flowers, buildings, etc. on a black ground, enclosing a fitted interior with an arrangement of twelve small drawers with similar decoration, embellished with birds, figures, bridges, etc., on a gilt wood stand carved with putti, scrolls, flowers, etc., with scroll carved cabriole legs, 162cm high, 110cm wide, 51cm deep.

£3,000 - £5,000

A Victorian Boulle and ebonised credenza, with a pierced gilt gallery, a concave frieze decorated with putti picked out in ivory, etc., enclosing a velvet lined interior, flanked by two further serpentine shaped doors, on a plinth base, 127cm high, 142cm wide, 36cm deep.

£250 - £400

Spare Lot.

No Estimate

A pair Victorian oak hall chairs, the shield shaped back with carved Pegasus crest, the solid serpentine seat with moulded edge on cabriole legs.

£80 - £120

A late 19thC cast iron fire curb or fender, cast with leaves, scrolls, etc., incomplete, 120cm wide.

£30 - £50

A late 19thC wrought brass Art Nouveau adjustable standard lamp, with a cylindrical column and triform base decorated with scrolls and heart shaped feet, adapted from an oil lamp, 178cm high overall.

£50 - £80

Withdrawn pre-sale by vendor. A pair of William IV rosewood card tables, rectangular top with rounded corners, on a turned lappet carved column and concave platform on lobed bun feet, 73cm high, 92cm wide, 43cm deep.

£700 - £1,000

A 20thC wrought iron standard lamp, decorated with scrolls on tripod base, with a cream shade, 192cm high.

£20 - £30

A late 17thC oak coffer, with a triple plank hinged top, the front carved with lozenges, scrolls and patera, on stiles, 60cm high, 103cm wide, 57cm deep.

£150 - £250

Spare lot.

No Estimate

An early 19thC mahogany Pembroke table, with a plain planked top above a frieze drawer on chamfered legs with stretcher, later castors and adapted, 71cm wide.

£80 - £120

A George III mahogany kneehole desk, the top with a moulded edge above a frieze drawer and flanked by six small drawers, each with cast brass handles around a central panelled door on a plinth base, 74cm high, 96cm wide, 50cm deep.

£150 - £250

A late 19th/early 20thC brass and copper coal helmet, with swing handle, fire iron and a spark guard. (AF)

£30 - £40

Spare lot.

No Estimate

A mahogany occasional table, the circular dished pie crust top, on a turned column and tripod base, carved with leaves and paw feet, in part George III, adapted, 74cm high, 54cm wide.

£100 - £150

A 19thC mahogany occasional table, the rectangular top with rounded corners on an octagonal tapering column and quatrefoil base with ceramic castors, label to underside for Richardson & Sons Manufacturers Bond Street, dated 1864, adapted, 53cm high, 60cm wide, 44cm deep.

£50 - £80

An early 20thC oak occasional table, the top with a raised gallery, on square tapering legs, with undertier, 56cm high, 58cm wide.

£30 - £40

Spare Lot.

No Estimate

Spare lot.

No Estimate

A mahogany revolving bookcase, the hexagonal top with a raised moulded gallery on reeded column supports, on a turned column and tripod base, with pad feet, constructed using old timber, 73cm high, 70cm wide.

£80 - £120

A Edwardian mahogany revolving bookcase, with slatted supports on X shaped base with ceramic castors, stencil mark for the American Patent Revolving Bookcase, manufactured by Trubner and Co Ludgate Hill London, 90cm high, 60cm wide.

£100 - £150

A Victorian mahogany show frame armchair, upholstered in button beige fabric, on cabriole legs with ceramic castors.

£100 - £150

A pair of Haddon type circular lattice planters, of tapering form, 35cm high, 60cm diameter.

No Estimate

A pair of rustic stoneware effect planters, 46cm high, 60cm diameter.

No Estimate

A 19thC stone based sun dial, of inverted baluster form, on an octagonal base and having a later dial top, 100cm high to platform.

No Estimate

Inner Hall, Office, Etc. to Lot 64.

No Estimate

Barraud of Cornhill, London. A George III mahogany longcase clock, the arched silver dial with strike silent and Roman numerals, eight day four pillar movement, in mahogany case with arched hood, canted reeded corners and pierced sides, lacking fret work, above an arched door and canted parcel gilt reeded sides and with a panelled base on a plinth, 215cm high, 42cm wide.

£1,500 - £2,000

A late 17th/early 18thC oak chest of drawers, the planked top with a moulded edge, above four graduated panelled drawers each with brass pear drop handles, on bun feet, 98cm high, 101cm wide, 58cm deep. (AF)

£250 - £400

A 17thC two panel coffer, with wainscot top having slight reducing, demi-lune carved frieze over a rondel front, raised on stiles, 58cm high, 85cm wide, 50cm deep.

£150 - £250

A French 17thC Kingwood Coffre Forte, with brass Gothic style straps, the hinged lid enclosing a vacant lignum veneered interior, the fall front enclosing two secret drawers, on a associated George II mahogany stand with frieze drawer on chamfered legs, 107cm high, 48cm wide, 27cm deep. (AF)

£800 - £1,200

A large 17thC carved poker work walnut coffer, the lid with iron strap hinges and carved figural and lion decoration in blind fret designs, repeated to the front and with paneling and with iron bracket bound corners, on a later plinth base with shallow bracket feet, possibly Portuguese, 194cm wide, 84cm high, 74cm deep.

£1,200 - £1,800

A Regency gilt and ebonised console or pier table in the manner of George Smith, the shaped top to simulate marble, with a reeded edge above a plain frieze on ring turned legs, joined by a circular undertier decorated with scrolls, on paw feet, 92cm high, 100cm wide, 44cm deep.

£500 - £800

Spare Lot.

No Estimate

A late 17th/early 18thC oak side table, the rectangular plank top with a moulded edge, frieze drawer with brass drop handles, on bobbin turned supports, 74cm high, the top 65cm wide, 53cm deep.

£120 - £180

Spare lot.

No Estimate

Four items of furniture, to include a 19thC spindle turned kitchen chair with elm seat (AF), an ebonised Windsor open armchair, a Middle Eastern Moorish ebonised and mother of pearl inlaid small occasional table and a towel rail.

£30 - £50

An Edwardian mahogany book and folio stand, with triangular end supports and slatted divisions on cabriole legs with brass castors, Army and Navy Makers label to underside, 93cm high, 66cm wide.

£80 - £120

A Victorian cast iron umbrella stand, with five divisions, on spiral end supports, headed by loaded finials, the rectangular base with two dished drip trays, each with a central handle, on bracket feet, 69cm high, 98cm wide.

£100 - £150

John Broadwood and Sons London. A upright piano in a rosewood case mounted with candle arms (lacking sconces), ivorine keys, etc., 106cm high, 132cm wide.

No Estimate

A late 19th/early 20thC safe, with brass handles and escutcheons, unmarked, 64cm high, 49cm wide.

No Estimate


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