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This sale was held on 04/09/2019 at 10:00 am

A fine harlequin set of six early 19thC yew wood low back Windsor chairs, with pierced Christmas tree splats, turned legs and crinoline stretchers.

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A fine early 19thC yew wood low back Windsor chair, with pierced Christmas tree splat, turned legs and crinoline stretcher.

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An early 19thC yew wood low back Windsor chair, with pierced Christmas tree splat, turned legs and crinoline stretcher. (AF)

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An early 19thC yew wood low back Windsor chair, with pierced Christmas tree splat, turned legs and H-frame stretcher.

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A set of six 19thC Lincolnshire ash, elm and birch Windsor country chairs, with comb cresting rails, pierced splats and triple ring turned legs joined by a H stretcher, 89cm H. (6) Cotton (Dr. Bernard). The English Regional Chair, p133 illustrates a similar carver chair stamped for G WILSON of GRANTHAM (fl. 1841-92)

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A fine South German marquetry table cabinet or kunstkammer, probably Augsburg, late 16thC, with early 19thC alterations, the two doors revealing panels of musical trophies, the central bank of drawers and secret compartments depicting town scenes with birds and animals, , 41cm H, 53.5cm W, 33cm H.

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A George III pier glass, possibly walnut, with fretwork frame, parcel gilt slip and pediment finial of a cat holding a mouse in its mouth over a rope, rectangular bevel plate, 100cm H, 57cm W. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. To be sold WITHOUT RESERVE

£250 - £350

A country house tray top wash stand in the manner of Holland & Sons, with shelved tray top on a moulded platform, with two dummy frieze drawers with mushroom knob handles and turned legs, on brass cup casters, 74cm platform H, 139cm W, 60cm D. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. To be sold WITHOUT RESERVE

£300 - £400

An early 19thC mahogany card table in the manner of Trotter of Edinburgh, with rounded rectangular folding and swivel top with baize covering, a stylised floral tablet frieze, on a part reeded carved and nulled column, quatrefoil platform and reeded scroll legs with claw feet, 74cm H, 92cm W, 46cm D folded. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. To be sold WITHOUT RESERVE

£500 - £700

An early 18thC figured walnut chest on chest or tall boy, with moulded cornice, fluted canted corners, enclosing three short over three graduated drawers to the upper section, each having herringbone stringing and cross banding and three further graduated drawers to the base including a low concave sunburst parquetry bottom drawer, all with brass drop handles with open back plates and raised on rounded ...

£2,500 - £4,000

A George III mahogany tea table, with serpentine plum pudding folding top, having thumb nail border and with a small drawer with brass swan neck handle to the plain frieze, raised upon triple fluted square tapered legs, 72cm H, 92cm Sq. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. To be sold WITHOUT RESERVE

£300 - £400

A George III mahogany tea table, with serpentine plum pudding folding top, having thumb nail border and with a small drawer with oval backplate handle to the plain frieze, raised upon triple fluted square tapered legs, 72cm H, 92cm Sq. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. To be sold WITHOUT RESERVE

£300 - £400

A set of five George III mahogany dining chairs in the Chippendale manner, including carver, having scroll terminal cresting rails, pierced and carved ladderbacks, moulded concave shoe piece, overstuffed concave seat, moulded and chamfered square forelegs, plain H frame stretchers, the carver with crook arms, 62cm wide over arms. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. This model of period ...

£1,000 - £1,500

A Victorian walnut circular breakfast table probably by Holland & Sons, the tilt top with segmented figured walnut veneer to the centre, within a broad cross banded border, having boxwood stringing and delicate foliate scroll marquetry inlay, on a collared tapered column and three square moulded tapered legs with scroll feet, applied with gilt metal ornamentation of flower head and foliate designs,130cm ...

£1,000 - £1,500

A set of walnut dining chairs in George I style by Waring & Gillow of Lancaster, including two carvers, having rococo pierced and carved splat backs, acanthus scroll arms with rondel terminals, crook supports, drop-in seats, and cabriole legs with shell carved knees, stamped L 57585. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. To be sold WITHOUT RESERVE. Waring & Gillow produced this model of ...

£1,800 - £2,500

A Victorian figured walnut quatrefoil card table, with folding top having green baize lining, plain moulded frieze and supported on French cabriole legs with foliate and scroll carving, the 'rear' leg with draw out action, on brass and ceramic castors, 72cm H, 100cm Dia. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. To be sold WITHOUT RESERVE

£300 - £400

A Victorian burr walnut and marquetry kidney shaped lady's writing table in the manner of Gillows, with inset shaped leather writing pad and cross banded borders, fitted with a drawer and raised upon tapered French cabriole legs with cast and pierced ormolu appliques and feet, 72cm H, 101cm W, 52cm D. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. To be sold WITHOUT RESERVE

£300 - £400

A Regency gilt pier glass, of rectangular form with ball ornamentation to the top and a frieze of gilt gesso foliate scrolls, the glass flanked by two spiral columns, 98cm H, 65cm W. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. To be sold WITHOUT RESERVE

£150 - £200

A 19thC mahogany torchere, having circular platform top with raised moulded border and lappet leaf carving and stringing to the slender column upon a tripod base, 146cm H. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. To be sold WITHOUT RESERVE

£80 - £120

A fine Regency mahogany serving table in the manner of George Smith, with a decoratively figured 'plum pudding' top of inverted breakfront form with ebony stringing, over two recessed plain frieze drawers and raised upon two leopard's head monopodiae forelegs with Smith's signature stylised knee carving, masculine moulded shins and terminating with claw feet, the rear legs being of square tapered ...

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A late 19thC American walnut chamber or writing table by Gillows of Lancaster, having leatherette moulded top with lift compartment for pen tray and ink wells, over two frieze drawers, one stamped GILLOW & CO, LANCASTER, each with aesthetic brass loop handles, on turned legs, 75cm H, 107cm W, 56cm D. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. To be sold WITHOUT RESERVE

£300 - £400

A Regency mahogany bowfront chest, of four graduated drawers with boxwood strung and rosewood crossbanded top, over four drawers with brass circular pressed handles, ivory escutcheons and splay feet, 107cm H, 105cm W, 58cm D. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. To be sold WITHOUT RESERVE

£180 - £250

A George III mahogany serpentine chest, of four graduated and cock beaded drawers, with moulded top, oval brass urnular pressed back plate, loop handles and bracket feet, 94cm H, 102cm W, 56cm D. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. To be sold WITHOUT RESERVE

£600 - £800

A Regency teak Davenport in the manner of Gillows, with pierced brass gallery, tooled leather slope, revealing a fitted interior having ivory handled drawers, swivel draw front, slides to each side and panelled door revealing four drawers with brass campaign handles, on turned feet, 90cm H, 49cm W, 55cm D. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. To be sold WITHOUT RESERVE

£800 - £1,000

A 19thC exhibition quality carved walnut salon suite, comprising two seater sofa and ladies & gentleman's armchairs, all with highly detailed, decorative show frames, carved with leaves, bell husks and oval patera, the forelegs having inverted balusters with fluted and profiled carving, on brass castors. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. To be sold WITHOUT RESERVE

£750 - £1,000

A George III mahogany night table, the folding lift top with integral carved and moulded faux Wedgwood drabware urnular top, 41cm Sq

£100 - £200

A George III sabicu, yew and rosewood banded card table in the manner of Mayhew & Ince, the bowfront folding top having a deep yew burl banding a fine rosewood crossbanding, detailed inlay frieze raised upon four slender taper turned legs with stringing and collars, 76cm H, 92cm W, 45cm D. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. To be sold WITHOUT RESERVE

£1,000 - £1,500

A late Victorian mahogany etagere, two levels of kidney shaped shell inlaid platforms with wavy tray tops, joined by square boxwood strung legs with shaped feet, 74cm H, 60cm W, 43cm D. Provenance: The St Georges Collection, Stamford. To be sold WITHOUT RESERVE

£50 - £80

An 18thC oak dresser base, the rectangular plank top raised above three frieze drawers and two further drawers beneath, on turned front supports joined by an undertier, on block feet, 78cm H, 150cm W, 37.5cm D.

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A 17thC and later carved oak child's chair, with stylized swan to the arched top, parquet inlaid uprights enclosing a central arched panel marked CAVENDISH, with guillochè carving, roundels and three stag's head to the central panel, down swept arms, turned and moulded framing, 90cm H, 39cm W, 38cm D.

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Introducing The Shireby Collection. The majority of lots in Day One of this sale are from The Shireby Collection. The foundation of today's sale is built around one hundred pieces of selected 17thC and 18thC vernacular oak & walnut furniture and furnishings including panelled beds, mortuary chairs, fielded panel chests, dressers, Wainscot chairs, joint stools, sword chests, coffers, tables, spice ...

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A 19thC elm and burr elm occasional table, with a circular dish top on a turned column with tripod base, 70cm H, 37cm Dia.

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A late 17thC oak and walnut chest of drawers, the top with a moulded edge above four panelled drawers, each with brass tear drop shaped handles on bun feet, 90cm H, 96cm W, 59cm D.

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An early 19thC mahogany and rosewood dressing table mirror, the rectangular plate on reeded tapered supports headed by turned finials, the base with three drawers, each with turned handles, on splayed bracket feet, 53cm wide.

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A Victorian mahogany dressing table mirror, the oval plate on shaped supports, the shaped base with a central hinged trinket drawer, on carved feet, 50cm W.

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A miniature 17thC oak boarded chest, the rectangular planked top with a moulded edge and iron strap, the base carved with arches, etc., on fishtail end supports, possibly a child's coffer, 34cm H, 60cm W, 24cm D.

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A pair of 17thC oak side chairs, each with a shaped and carved back support, solid seat and turned supports divided by turned and unturned stretchers, possibly Yorkshire or Derbyshire.

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A late 17thC/early 18thC oak chest of drawers, in two parts, the top section with a planked top and moulded edge above two drawers with raised panels and brass tear drop handles, the base with two similar drawers above a moulded skirt and block feet, 105cm H, 111cm W 57cm D.

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A mid 19thC mahogany dressing table mirror, the rectangular plate on turned supports, the bow fronted base with three drawers on ebonised bun feet, 63cm W.

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A pair of 17thC oak high back chairs, the back carved with scrolls, etc., on turned supports with solid seat and turned stretcher, etc.

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An 18thC oak bow fronted corner cupboard, with raised back and two graduated shelves above two plain doors with lozenge shaped brass escutcheon, 82cm H, 32cm W.

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A late 17thC/early 18thC oak side table, the rectangular top with a moulded edge above a single panelled frieze drawer with brass drop handles above a shaped under tier on bobbin turned supports and H stretcher, 68cm H, 76cm W, 52cm D.

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A Victorian ebonised cast iron single headboard and foot, later decorated in gilt, blue and red, etc., lacking side rails and used as two separate headboards, 120cm W.

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A 17thC small oak boarded chest, the top with shaped edge, the base with a shallow carved frieze and iron lock and also decorated with patera and roundels, on fishtail end supports, 47cm H, 80cm W, 29cm D.

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An 18thC oak wall cupboard, with a moulded cornice with two fret carved doors on a moulded base, 68cm H, 79cm W.

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A 19thC oak occasional table, the octagonal top with a raised gallery on turned column and turned club shaped feet, 65cm H, 34cm W.

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A late 17thC/early 18thC oak chest of drawers, possibly Dutch, the rectangular top with a moulded edge above four drawers each with raised handles, turned knobs and engraved brass escutcheons on block feet, 99cm H, 99cm W, 55cm D.

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A 19thC mahogany swing frame dressing table mirror, the rectangular plate on turned supports, a rectangular base with cushion shaped drawers and turned knobs on bun feet, 57cm W.

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