Antiques, Furniture, Collectables & Household Effects Sale on
Tuesday 12th April 2016
Viewing:
Saturday 9th April 9am - 1pm
Monday 11th April 9am - 4pm
Sale commences at 10am
Lots: 48C-97 of 716
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Lot Description and Estimate Images Sold For
48C

A late Victorian oak sideboard - seriously damp damaged

10
49

A Victorian walnut-framed drawing room single chair, frame with incised carving, upholstered in a buttoned sea-green dralon, turned legs with casters

20
50

A black-lacquered and chinoiserie display cabinet, canted form with single glazed door enclosing lined interior with two fitted shelves, 2ft. 8in.

90
51

A Victorian mahogany hall chair, circular back carved with scrolls, solid seat on front turned legs, and a cast and wrought iron firescreen with inset bevelled glass panes, some panes cracked or missing

25
52

An Edwardian inlaid mahogany centre table, square, cross-banded top on square tapering legs with undertier, 1ft. 9in. and a similar corner-fitting elbow chair

45
53

An early 20th century Maple & Co. mahogany display cabinet, serpentine-fronted with single plate glass shelf and velvet lining, enclosed by pair of glazed doors, on four cabriole legs, 4ft. 9in.
Estimate: 100-150

220
54

An Edwardian inlaid mahogany side table, with undertier, 1ft. 9in. together with a circular beech coffee table, on ball-turned underframe, 2ft. 2in.

10
55

An Empire-style gilt-finished ash dining table, large rectangular plate glass top on twin pedestal stems, each with three winged caryatids, triform bases, 7ft. 10in. x 5ft. 4in.
Estimate: 500-700

    
56

A set of ten Empire-style gilt-finished ash dining chairs, frames carved with masks, drapes and leafage, pale gold dralon seats and backs with floral tapestry designs, on front turned and fluted legs, two chairs only available for inspection
Estimate: 1000-1500

    
57

A set of four Empire-style gilt-finished ash armchairs, frames carved with masks, drapes and leafage, arm-supports carved in the form of caryatid-atlante, pale gold dralon upholstery with tapestry designs, one chair only available for inspection
Estimate: 1000-1200

    
58

An Empire-style gilt-finished ash coffee table, rectangular plate glass top on four caryatid-atlante supports and platform base, 4ft. 1in. x 2ft. 4in.
Estimate: 200-300

    
59

An Empire-style gilt-finished ash coffee table, circular plate glass top on three caryatid-atlante supports and triform base, top 2ft. 4in.
Estimate: 100-150

    
60

Ditto lot, not available for inspection
Estimate: 100-150

    
61

A large Empire-style gilt-finished ash three- seater settee, framed carved with a mask, drapes and leafage, arm supports caryatid-atlante form, upholstered in a pale gold dralon with tapestry designs, on front fluted legs, 6ft. 6in. wide
Estimate: 300-400

    
62

An Empire-style gilt-finished ash day-bed, frame with large upright scroll ends, scroll-design back carved with leafage, upholstered in a green and gold floral brocade with four loose cushions, underframe carved with four scale-effect dolphins and leafage, 6ft. 4in. wide SEE FRONT COVER
Estimate: 350-450

    
63

A solid mahogany standing corner cupboard, enclosed by two fielded panel doors, 7ft.

30
64

A Victorian rosewood tripod table, barley-twist stem and carved scroll legs, replacement mahogany octagonal top 1ft. 7in.

35
65

A Maple & Co. walnut serving table, with two frieze drawers, brass handles, on square tapering legs, 3ft. 9in. - label verso
Estimate: 70-80

70
66

A mid 1950's teak cupboard designed by Robin Day for Hille of London, pair of sliding doors enclosing four sliding trays and single shelf, 3ft. - retailer's label
Estimate: 100-200

600
67

A mid 1950's teak sideboard designed by Robin Day for Hille of London, two shallow drawers above two coloured plate glass sliding doors, 4ft. 6in.
Estimate: 100-200

850
68

A 1950's circular teak dining table, with two extra leaves, on metal frame, and a set of eight chromium-framed dining chairs, with circular upholstered seats and backs

160
69

A Victorian inlaid walnut Davenport, raised stationery fittings above inset gilt-tooled writing slope, pigeonholes enclosed, bank of four drawers to one side, turned wood knob handles, on casters, 1ft. 9in.
Estimate: 100-150

280
70

An early 20th century mahogany display cabinet, display case enclosed by glass to all sides, cupboard base, square tapering legs, with key, 1ft. 10in.

40
71

A Queen Anne-period oyster-veneered walnut chest on stand, upper stage with two short and two long drawers, stand with central drawer and two deep drawers, shaped apron, on four cabriole legs, knees carved with scrolls, circa 1710, damp-damaged throughout
Estimate: 200-300

600
72

A primitive 18th century Windsor armchair, ash and elm with dished sycamore seat, comb-back with cut-back arm supports, front turned legs with H-stretchers, circa 1770
Estimate: 150-200

360
73

A rare George III mahogany tilt-top table, rectangular cross-banded top with inset half-veneered walnut panel, cylindrical fluted column, rare six-legged base, circa 1770, top 1ft. 9in. x 1ft. 4in. - one leg repaired SEE ILLUSTRATION
Estimate: 400-600

1900
74

A George III mahogany tripod table, circular top tilting upon turned stem with carved helical bead, top 2ft. 7in.
Estimate: 100-150

    
75

A 17th century oak six-plank coffer, with iron strap hinges, 4ft. 2in. wide, lock and lock-plate replaced
Estimate: 100-150

    
76

A 17th century oak chest, two short and three long graduated drawers, each with geometric mouldings, features include inlaid frieze, canted corners and bracket feet, 3ft. 6in. - brass handles replaced
Estimate: 250-350

    
77

An early Victorian mahogany chest, two short and three long flame-veneered drawers, ash-lined with replacement pressed brass handles, ogee bracket feet, 3ft. 10in. - faults
Estimate: 80-120

75
78

A Victorian mahogany tripod table, oval top with shell inlay, on spiral twist stem, top 2ft. 2in. - hinge mechanism detached,, together with a late Victorian beech towel rail

45
79

A Victorian Arts & Crafts solid walnut library desk, unusual form consisting of open shelf and two drawers raised above hinged writing slope, shaped and panelled end supports, 3ft. 6in. wide; 5ft. 1in. high
Estimate: 150-200

    
80

An early 18th century oak dowry chest, fielded panel construction with hinged three-plank top, four drawers and central cupboard beneath, circa 1720, 4ft. 9in. wide
Estimate: 200-250

    
81

A Chippendale-style mahogany tripod table, circular flame-figured top with pie-crust border, on fluted stem, legs carved with acanthus foliage and claw and ball feet, top 2ft. 9in. - birdcage damaged and incomplete
Estimate: 80-120

60
82

An early 19th century fruitwood elbow chair, slatted back and rush seat, underframe with turned front stretcher

20
83

A small, late 17th century oak coffer, panelled construction with twin-plank top, frieze carved with leaf-scrolls, enclosed candle-tray within, 2ft. 10in.
Estimate: 100-150

150
84

An early 19th century mahogany breakfast table, oval, cross-banded top tilting upon columnar stem and pirouette legs with brass casters, top 4ft. 6in.
Estimate: 80-100

    
85

A 17th century oak coffer, panelled construction throughout, original sheet-iron lock-plate, 3ft.
Estimate: 200-250

260
86

A 19th century elm cellarette, rectangular brass cistern enclosed, arrangement of five short drawers, side carrying grips, on stand, 2ft. 5in. - cover lacking; damp-damaged

20
87

An early 18th century walnut dining chair, vase splat with unusual pierced shield, drop-in needlework seat, on four cabriole legs, circa 1730, seat rail mouldings renewed

    
88

A George III mahogany D-end dining table, with two leaves, each with unusual lobed end, on square tapering legs with brass cup casters, circa 1780, circular top 3ft. 7in. opening to 6ft. 5in. - damp-damaged throughout
Estimate: 50-100

35
89

An early 19th century mahogany rope-twist dining chair, a Victorian carved walnut drawing room single chair and an Edwardian inlaid mahogany corner-fitting elbow chair, as viewed

20
90

A late Georgian oak corner cupboard, pair of panelled doors with mahogany cross banding enclosing painted interior with two fitted shelves, 3ft. 2in. wide

10
91

A 19th century rosewood and marquetry overmantel, rectangular-shape with applied split columns, capitals with gilding, 3ft.
Estimate: 50-70

    
92

An early Victorian mahogany nursing chair, with carved leaf-scroll back, turned legs on casters, together with a pair of Sheraton-style inlaid mahogany dining chairs

10
93

A set of six early 19th century-style Windsor bow-back elbow chairs, ash with elm seats, turned underframes with cowhorn stretchers
Estimate: 200-300

500
94

Two period-style brass chandeliers, one with eight electric sconces, the other with six electric sconces, together with a Victorian-style copper warming pan

30
95

A Victorian upholstered nursing chair, ebonised frame on turned legs with casters

20
96

An early Victorian mahogany chest, two short and three long drawers, each oak-lined with replacement brass handles, fluted quarter columns, ogee bracket feet, 4ft.
Estimate: 120-180

170
97

An Edwardian Maple & Co. inlaid mahogany dressing table, large mirror adjustable above three short drawers, kneehole arrangement of five drawers beneath, cast brass handles, on casters, 4ft.
Estimate: 100-150

340
 
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