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Day Two: Pottery, Porcelain and Glassware, Pictures, Prints & Engravings, Furniture & Furnishings (continued)

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A Georgian brass bound mahogany wine cooler Of oval form with brass bands and brass loop handles, standing on square section tapering legs, the underside with drainage tap. 58 cm wide.
A Victorian burr walnut folio cabinet The moulded rectangular top above twin panelled door to either side, the ends with brass carrying handles. 87 cm wide.
A late Victorian/Edwardian inlaid satinwood glazed display cabinet Of serpentine bowed form with crossbanding and urn form trophies, the base section with two frieze drawers, standing on line inlaid tapering square legs with spade feet united with an undertier. 200 cm high.
A set of ten mahogany dining chairs Each with curved top rail and shield back above the over-stuffed seats. (10)
An 18th century style walnut dressing table mirror The cushion moulded framed bevelled plate supported by twin uprights above the feather banded fall with fitted interior above a frieze drawer. 46 cm wide.
A Victorian walnut credenza The glazed doors enclosing shelves. Approximately 180 cm wide.
A late 19th century mahogany pedestal partners desk The three piece leather inset inverted rectangular top above an arrangement of drawers to one side with three opposing dummy drawers to the reverse, standing on ogee bracket feet. 121 cm wide.
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A late 19th/early 20th century Chinese marble topped carved hardwood urn stand Of typical circular form with pierced gallery, standing on carved legs with paw feet united with stretchers. 47.5 cm diameter.
A late 19th/early 20th century marble topped Chinese carved hardwood urn stand Of lobed circular form with a pierced gallery, standing on carved legs with paw feet, united with stretchers. 46 cm diameter.
An 18th century Dutch marquetry cabinet The stepped rectangular top above twin cupboard doors and a frieze drawer, with allover floral marquetry decoration. 59.5 cm wide.
Sold for £380
A harlequin set of six Queen Anne style walnut dining chairs, including a single carver Each with solid vase splat and cabriole legs. (6)
Sold for £280
An 18th century and later double dome top burr walnut bureau bookcase The double domed moulded top above twin arched glazed doors above the crossbanded fall enclosing a fitted interior with a well above an arrangement of two short and two long drawers with brass handles and escutcheon, standing on bun feet. 95 cm wide.
Sold for £800
An early 19th century ivory and ebony inlaid yewwood topped side table The rectangular top inlaid with ivory panels of grand houses and castles within a diamond filled border, the top also decorated with various burr patches, standing on end trestle supports with scrolling feet. 66.5 cm wide; 46 cm high.
Sold for £1,000
A pair of George III Irish mahogany corner chairs Each with an arched back above a curved top rail, supported on pierced splats and gadrooned uprights, the overstuffed seat above a deep frieze with three square section legs and a front shell carved cabriole leg with ball and claw feet. Each 75 cms wide. (2) Provenance: By repute these chairs are from the Guildhall, Londonderry, Northern Ireland and have always been known by the family as ''The Guildhall Chairs''. They were used when dignitaries visited the city, including when King George V and Queen Mary visited in 1933 to open the Craigavon Bridge.
A 19th century style console table The serpentine parquetry top above a frieze drawer and twin cabriole legs with paw feet, standing on a plinth base. 116 cm wide.
Sold for £1,000
An 18th century burr walnut cabinet on chest The moulded rectangular cornice above a cushion moulded frieze drawer, the twin doors with brass mounts enclosing an arrangement of various feather banded drawers with brass handles, the base section with two short and two long drawers, standing on bun feet. 109 cm wide.
Sold for £2,400
A Victorian pine faux bamboo painted chest of drawers With four graduated drawers, standing on bun feet with faux marble detailing. 110 cm wide.
Sold for £800
A 19th century faux bamboo painted pot cupboard The three quarter shelved galleried back above a single drawer, standing on turned faux bamboo legs; together with a similarly decorated commode; and a similarly decorated bedroom chair. The former 38 cm wide. (3)
Sold for £220
A 19th century pitch pine and faux bamboo dressing table The mirrored back above the marble top and four drawers with faux bamboo beading. 99 cm wide.
Sold for £300
A 19th century pitch pine and faux bamboo single door wardrobe The galleried top above the single mirrored door above a single frieze drawer, with various faux bamboo detailing. 95 cm wide; 220 cm high.
Sold for £280
A 19th century pitch pine and faux bamboo double bed The panelled head and foot boards each with acorn finials and faux bamboo detailing. 142 cm wide.
Sold for £130
A Regency painted open armchair The gilt painted top rail above a pierced centre rail, the uprights issuing twin scrolling open arms above the caned seat, standing on ring turned tapering splayed legs. 53 cm wide.
Sold for £160
A 19th century French giltwood upholstered armchair The padded back surmounted with a bow tied swag above the padded acanthus carved arms and padded seat, standing on reeded turned tapering legs. 65 cm wide.
A 19th century French upholstered armchair The shell and scroll carved top rail above the padded back and padded scrolling arms, the cushion seat above a carved frieze, standing on scrolling cabriole legs. 70 cm wide.
A 19th century Continental marquetry inlaid fruitwood side table Fitted with a single drawer. 44.5 cms wide.
Sold for £180
A 19th century gilt framed fire screen The floral panel in an acanthus and C-scroll frame. 142 cm wide.
A 19th century Dutch marquetry inlaid open armchair The shaped top rail above the central back splat over the tapestry covered drop-in seat, with twin open arms, standing on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. 57 cm wide.
Sold for £140
A 19th century mahogany fold over card table The crossbanded hinged canted rectangular top enclosing a baize lined playing surface over a deep frieze and turned uprights, standing on a quadripartite base, the outswept legs with brass paw caps and castors. 90.5 cm wide.
An Edwardian inlaid mahogany standing corner cabinet The broken dentil moulded cornice above twin astragal glazed doors enclosing shelves, the base section with an urn and bow tied swag inlaid frieze above twin marquetry inlaid doors enclosing a shelf, standing on bracket feet. 219 cm high.
Sold for £950
A set of eight early Victorian rosewood dining chairs Each curved top rail above twin carved capital headed uprights united with stiff leaf carved horizontal stretchers above the tapestry covered seat, standing on ring turned tapering legs. Each approximately 50 cm wide. (8)
A Victorian rosewood Canterbury The turned spindles above a frieze drawer, standing on turned legs with castors. 58 cm wide.
A 19th century Dutch floral marquetry inlaid mahogany card table The moulded square form with an inlaid frieze, standing on folding square section legs. 81 cm wide.
A late 18th/early 19th century Dutch floral marquetry inlaid oak miniature cabinet The arched pediment above twin glazed doors enclosing shaped shelves, the base section with twin inlaid cupboard doors, standing on bracket feet. 76.5 cm high.
Sold for £720
A 19th century Dutch floral marquetry inlaid mahogany dressing table mirror With twin angled uprights enclosing the shaped mirror plate above the inlaid base with a frieze drawer. 46.5 cm wide.
KAARE KLIMT (1888-1954) Danish for RUDOLPH RASMUSSEN, Safari chair Of typical construction.
Sold for £110
An 18th century style burr walnut chest of drawers The canted rectangular top above three short and four long graduated drawers, standing on bracket feet. 99 cm wide.
Sold for £180
A Victorian burr walnut triple door credenza The moulded canted rectangular top above the line inlaid frieze with small geometrically inlaid panels and a gilt metal band over the three glazed doors enclosing shelves, standing on bracket feet. 182 cm wide.
A Victorian burr walnut Canterbury With domed fret carved divisions separated by turned roundels, above a single frieze drawer, standing on turned feet with castors. 50.5 cm wide.
A George III mahogany demi-lune card table The rosewood crossbanded folding top enclosing a baize lined playing surface above the crossbanded frieze, standing on tapering square section legs. 91 cm wide.
Sold for £200
A pair of Victorian inlaid rosewood upholstered tub armchairs Each arched buttoned padded back above pierced and inlaid panels, the arms with inlaid scrolling uprights above the overstuffed seat, standing on turned legs with castors. Each 69 cm wide. (2)
Sold for £400
A small Edwardian line inlaid mahogany fold-over writing table The interior with rising mechanism enclosing a hinged leather lined writing surface, a stationery rack and inkwells. 47.5 cm wide.
Sold for £120
A Victorian burr walnut tilt-top loo table The figured oval top above turned columns and tripartite base with outswept legs and castors. 122 cm wide.

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