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Wednesday, 21 April, 2010

Antique Furniture, Clocks, Ceramics & Glass, Rugs, Silver & Plate, Jewellery and Objets de Vertu

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Antique Furniture, Ceramics & Works of Art (continued)

Lot Description Illustration
110
A LATE GEORGIAN WING ARMCHAIR with shaped back, patterned upholstery and on turned forelegs and casters, 28" wide.
Sold for £240
Not Illustrated
112
A BRASS CORINTHIAN COLUMN STANDARD LAMP with shade and square base, 47" high.
Sold for £52
Not Illustrated
113
AN HEXAGONAL BRASS COLUMN with stepped base and eagle finial after the Antique.
Sold for £150
Not Illustrated
114
A GROUP OF BOIS DURCI SILHOUETTE MEDALLIONS of Queen Victoria, Prince Albert, A. de Lamartine, and Guiseppe Garibaldi, 4 1/4" diameter.
Sold for £140
117
AN ANTIQUE DUTCH WALNUT AND FLORAL MARQUETRY SIDE TABLE with shaped front and single drawer with tapering legs and pad feet, 28 1/2" wide.
Sold for £580
118
A SORRENTO WARE CASKET with three hinged lids each decorated pastoral landscapes with figures and birds inscribed niece 1874, 13".
Sold for £300
119
A BURR WALNUT SWING TOILET MIRROR with bevelled plate, the box base fitted one drawer with herringbone inlay and brass handles, 16" wide x 28" high.
Sold for £110
Not Illustrated
120
A PAIR OF BROWN STUDDED LEATHER CLUB ARMCHAIRS with loose cushions and bun feet, 32" wide.
Sold for £640
122
A VICTORIAN CUT GLASS FRUIT BOWL with rosette and hobnail decoration on a star base and metal stand, 8" diameter.
Sold for £70
Not Illustrated
123
AN 18TH CENTURY BRASS CANDLESTICK with ejector and circular stepped base, 8 1/4" high.
Sold for £48
Not Illustrated
124
A PAIR OF FIGURED WALNUT OPEN BOOKCASES each fitted two adjustable shelves and on a plain base, 22" wide.
Sold for £500
Not Illustrated
125
A CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY SERPENTINE DRESSING STOOL with carved acanthus decoration, cabriole legs and claw and ball feet, 23" x 18".
Sold for £320
Not Illustrated
127
A LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT JOURNAL STAND with four divisions and bead work decoration, the revolving top on a triform base, 13" wide x 30" high.
Sold for £380
133
A REPRODUCTION MOON PHASE BRASS SKELETON CLOCK with fusee mechanism and contained within a glass case on stand, 18 1/2" high.
Sold for £350
134
AN ART DECO STYLE GREEN AND CLEAR GLASS HANGING WALL MIRROR with shaped top, 21 1/2" x 14 1/2".
Sold for £20
Not Illustrated
136
AN OAK COLLECTORS CABINET with six long drawers, 14 3/4" wide, a walnut foot stool with needlework seat, 11" x 10" and another on turned legs (3).
Sold for £80
Not Illustrated
137
A REGENCY ROSEWOOD AND BRASS INLAID MANTEL CLOCK with steel dial and carrying handles, 10" high.
Sold for £120
Not Illustrated
138
A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CLOCK CASE with brass bezel and scroll decoration, 9 1/2" high, two further clock cases and an ebonised mantel clock (4).
Sold for £40
Not Illustrated
139
A VICTORIAN PARQUETRY TEA CADDY with hinged rising lid and inner compartment and three dimensional cube decoration, 7" wide.
Sold for £50
Not Illustrated
144
AN ANTIQUE PAINTED TRAY TOP SIDE TABLE fitted one drawer with swag decoration on cabriole legs, 15 1/2" wide.
Sold for £75
Not Illustrated
145
A VICTORIAN OAK CASED WALL CLOCK with double fusée mechanism and striking on a gong, the painted dial with Roman numerals signed Ashley & Sims, 2 Green Terrace, Clerkenwell, dial 9" diameter, 12" diameter overall.
Sold for £700
146
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CASED CIRCULAR WALL CLOCK having a single fusée mechanism, white painted 11 1/2" dial with Roman numerals and signed Kleyser & Co. 69 High Street, Boro. London.
(Note: The Kleyser family worked as clock makers at various addresses in London from about 1790 onwards)
Sold for £480
147
A CHINESE PAINTED PAPER AND IVORY FAN decorated figures in an interior scene and mounted in an ebonised and glazed case, 22" x 13 1/2" overall.
Sold for £70
Not Illustrated
148
A GEORGE III MAHOGANY DEMI-LUNE FOLD OVER CARD TABLE with green baize playing surface, crossbanded top and inlaid oval vase decoration on square tapering legs, 36" wide.
Sold for £250
Not Illustrated
149
A LATE GEORGIAN FADED MAHOGANY 'D' SHAPED FOLD OVER TEA TABLE with ebony moulding and on ring turned tapering legs, 36" wide.
Sold for £100
Not Illustrated
150
AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD INLAID HANGING CORNER CABINET with shaped cornice and one shelf enclosed by bowed and glazed doors, gilt metal mounts, 37" high x 19" wide.
Sold for £100
Not Illustrated
152
A WALNUT FRAME DRESSING MIRROR of shaped form on splay supports, 22" x 20".
Sold for £65
Not Illustrated
153
A 20TH CENTURY CHINESE JEWELLERY CABINET with fitted interior and hardstone and brass mounts, 7 1/4" wide x 11" high.
Sold for £28
Not Illustrated
157
A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH ORMOLU MANTEL CLOCK with striking mechanism and painted enamel dial signed Boyer Fils Freres, Paris, Medaille D'or 1878, the case with ribbon swag and foliate decoration within classical columns and sunburst pendulum, 21" high.
Sold for £1,200
158
A FRENCH ORMOLU AND PORCELAIN MOUNTED GARNITURE DU CHEMINÉE, the clock of classical architectural form with cupola, the movement striking on a bell with painted Coats of Arms decoration together with a pair of four branch candelabra similarly decorated on velvet and gilt stands, clock 13" high, candlesticks 12" high.
Sold for £900
160
A COLLECTION OF ELEVEN PIECES OF ANTIQUE PEWTER TO INCLUDE a Victorian baluster coffee pot, a Georgian style coffee pot, a two handled cup, trinkets, measures etc.
Sold for £120
Not Illustrated
161
A 19TH CENTURY PEWTER CRUET consisting of a salt, pepper and two lidded jugs on a stand, a pewter charger, three pewter plates, an oval dish, a pair of book ends and a candle holder (9).
Sold for £60
Not Illustrated
162
A CROMWELLIAN STYLE STEEL SUIT OF ARMOUR with feathered helmet and ivory handle sword on a wooden base, 69" high.
Sold for £350
163
AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY BOWFRONTED BEDSIDE CABINET with line inlay and brass handle, 15 3/4" wide.
Sold for £90
Not Illustrated
164
A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY CORNER CHAIRS with inlaid decoration, splat backs and cabriole legs, 25" wide.
Sold for £110
Not Illustrated
165
A GILT FRAME CIRCULAR WALL MIRROR with bevelled glass and strap work decoration, 19" diameter.
Sold for £50
Not Illustrated
166
A RHENISCH STONEWARE FLAGON of baluster tapering form with ring handle, probably 18th Century, 16 1/2" high.
Sold for £70
Not Illustrated
167
A VICTORIAN ASH ARMCHAIR with panel seat and on turned legs, 51 1/2" wide and a single 18th Century elm dining chair with vertical splat back (2).
Sold for £80
Not Illustrated
168
A JAPANESE WOODEN TABLE CABINET fitted an arrangement of drawers with geometric decoration, 9" wide.
Sold for £30
Not Illustrated
169
A VICTORIAN RED PAINTED CHILDS WOODEN HORSE PUSHER on wheels, 26" wide.
Sold for £30
Not Illustrated
170
A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY AND BRASS WHEEL by John Alderman, London, 20" diameter.
Sold for £55
Not Illustrated
172
AN ANTIQUE MAHOGANY BUREAU BOOKCASE in two parts, the interior of the upper half fitted shelves enclosed by a mirrored door with dentil cornice and boxwood line inlay, the lower half with fitted interior enclosed by a fall front and with four long drawers below, brass swan neck handles on bracket feet, 32" wide.
Sold for £1,700
173
A CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY BOOKCASE, the astragal glazed top and fitted two drawers with moulded panel doors and canted corners on bracket feet, 37" wide.
Sold for £420
177
A VICTORIAN SCUMBLED PINE HOUSEMAIDS CUPBOARD in two parts, the break front upper section fitted shelves enclosed by four panelled doors with shaped cornice and an arrangement of three short and three long drawers below with turned knobs on bun feet, 67" wide x 80" high.
Sold for £800
178
A VICTORIAN GROS POINT NEEDLEWORK PICTURE of two girls seated in an arbour in bird's maple wood frame, 25" x 29".
Sold for £80
Not Illustrated
179
A VICTORIAN GROS POINT NEEDLEWORK PICTURE of a courting couple in a pastoral landscape within a gilt frame, 27" x 21" overall.
Sold for £40
Not Illustrated
180
A CRANSTON POTTERY TABLE LAMP with brass fittings and stylised decoration, 23" high.
Sold for £10
Not Illustrated
181
A VICTORIAN WALNUT FRAME CHAISE LONGUE with shaped backs, serpentine front and on carved cabriole legs upholstered in green material, 71" long.
Sold for £400
Not Illustrated
182
A 17TH CENTURY OAK WAINSCOT CHAIR with foliate and diamond carved back, scroll cresting rail, open arms, panel seat and baluster turned legs and stretcher support, 23" wide.
Sold for £550
183
A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK having an eight day movement with painted arched dial and decorated children and poultry, with date and second dials and indistinctly signed, the case with brass ball finial, break arch pediment and arched panel door with weight and pendulum, 84" high.
Sold for £820
Not Illustrated

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