Two Day Antique Sale on
Tuesday 31st January & Wednesday 1st February 2017
Both days online
Lots: 1426-1465 of 1465
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An Edwardian mahogany three piece bedroom suite comprising double wardrobe, dressing table and chest of four drawers, all with extensive blind fret detail and further applied carved detail, acanthus leaf etc and with cast brass fittings
Estimate: 200-300


A Regency rosewood drop leaf ladies work table raised on a turned and foliated column and platform base with lions paw feet, fitted with four drawers (disguised as three) including a games slide, 48 cm wide when closed
Estimate: 200-250


A 19th century figured walnut and marquetry inlaid sewing table with rising lid and fitted interior, raised on a shaped and pierced stretcher framework
Estimate: 60-80


An 18th century country made oak elbow chair with simple panelled seat and back and shaped arms on turned supports and rails
Estimate: 80-120


An Edwardian centre stool with carved and moulded supports, shaped and pierced stretchers and upholstered seat
Estimate: 50-70


An antique walnut single chair with carved acanthus horizontal bar splat, flanked by carved face masked, over an over stuffed brown leather seat raised on square cut legs, united by stretchers
Estimate: 60-80


An unusual oak refectory/centre table with gothic carved supports and detail, produced from timbers taken from St Mary's church Kidderminster in 1901, 160 cm x 120 cm
Estimate: 200-300


A set of three antique Windsor wheel back kitchen chairs principally in elm and ashwood
Estimate: 60-80


An oak and mahogany occasional table, the circular top 95 cm in diameter, raised on a turned pillar and tripod base with carved claw and ball feet
Estimate: 80-100


A Georgian mahogany cellarette, the rising lid revealing six divisions of rectangular form, raised on spiral tapering supports
Estimate: 150-200


A Georgian mahogany chest of three long drawers accompanied by brush slide with adjustable baize lined writing slope, raised on bracket supports, 110 cm length x 86 cm high
Estimate: 200-250


A 19th century papier mache tray of rectangular form with painted detail showing a cockerel defending a hen and chicks and startled water fowl from an approaching hawk, the tray raised on a later lacquered framework on four swept supports, 74 cm x 54 cm
Estimate: 200-250


A Georgian oak country made side table fitted with a single frieze drawer, raised on tapering pad supports, the drawer fitted in turn with four further small drawers, 90 cm wide
Estimate: 80-100


An Edwardian mahogany display cabinet of full height enclosed by two partially glazed doors, the whole with marquetry detail over two further drawers and open framework, 115 cm wide
Estimate: 80-100


An early 19th century Welsh oak freestanding corner cupboard, the lower section enclosed by two panelled doors, the upper section by two astragal glazed panelled doors beneath a moulded frieze and raised on bracket supports
Estimate: 80-100


A 19th century Hepplewhite style shield back elbow chair in satinwood with dished upholstered seat and raised on square tapered legs with spade feet
Estimate: 100-120


A Victorian mahogany toilet mirror of unusual size raised on a skeleton framework on scrolled supports, 88 cm high
Estimate: 40-60


A Victorian walnut and figured walnut 'D' end credenza, the central door with marquetry inlay flanked by two glazed 'D' end cupboards with further applied gilded mounts and set within an ebonised border, 150 cm


A machine tapestry panel in a 19th century continental manner showing extensively wooded landscape within acanthus border, 230 cm in length, 180 cm width approx
Estimate: 80-100


An Edwardian mahogany ladies writing bureau with cylinder front over a writing slide and two further drawers, raised on square tapered legs with marquetry and string banded inlay, 75 cm wide
Estimate: 300-350


A Victorian walnut side chair with carved bobbin moulded and other detail, upholstered seat and back and raised on cabriole forelegs
Estimate: 30-40


A 19th century continental elbow chair, the framework with acanthus and other detail raised on turned supports and with pierced stretchers with hand worked geometric tapestry seat and back
Estimate: 140-160


A substantial 19th century mahogany longcase clock, the trunk with spiral column supports, the hood enclosing a 40 cm (16 inch) broken arch painted dial, the spandrels showing Europe, Asia, Africa, America, with rolling lunar phase, subsidiary calendar and secondary dial, eight day striking movement
Estimate: 250-300


A Georgian longcase clock, the pine case with over painted finish, incorporating a square brass dial with details showing man of war firing cannons and a city siege, the seasons, etc, with subsidary calendar and secondary dial with thirty hour striking movement by George Miles of Horton (George Miles is recorded as living in Horton, Gloucestershire during the 1770s period)
Estimate: 200-250


A 19th century Windsor comb back elbow chair principally in oak and ashwood with crinoline stretcher
Estimate: 160-180


A late 19th century oriental jardiniere stand on two tiers with carved detail and polished marble inset raised on lions paw feet
Estimate: 40-60


A Regency mahogany side table fitted with two shallow frieze drawers raised on four turned supports with ebony detail
Estimate: 40-60


A 19th century mahogany duet stand with adjustable column on tapering hexagonal column and platform base
Estimate: 60-80


A 17th/18th century Italian table cabinet enclosed by two doors, the case work with geometric marquetry detail in various timber and with ivory stringing. The interior fitted with an arrangement of nine drawers presented as ten, surrounding a central door with architectural pediment, this enclosing a further ten tiny drawers. The front drawers, door and column support enclosing ivory panels, all with etched detail showing scenes from Greek Mythology including Perseus slaying the Gorgon Medusa and accompanied by Pegasus, Europa abducted by Zeus in the guuise of a bull, the slaying of a deer, possibly by Cyparissus, Hercules slaying the Erymanthian boar, etc. 58 cm wide, 54 cm high, 38 cm deep, raised on a 19th century ebonised stand of simple construction with under gallery, overall height 130 cm
Estimate: 1500-2000


An 18th century continental box in fruitwood and other timbers, the top inlaid with bonework panels with etched detail showing game bird, coursing scene with hound pursuing a hare, further hound pursuing a stag, etc, the sides with parquetry detail in fruitwood and bonework raised on short bun feet, 45 cm wide x 33 cm deep, 13 cm high approx
Estimate: 250-300


A coaching table of usual form, the folding framework raised on swept supports
Estimate: 40-60


An inlaid Edwardian rosewood and marquetry envelope card table of usual form with frieze drawer raised on four square taper legs with under gallery
Estimate: 100-120


A wall mirror, the plate of oval form with bevelled edge, set within painted and gilded rectangular framework with turret borders and applied floral detail, 100 cm x 90 cm
Estimate: 60-80


An unusual Arts & Crafts style corner settle, the painted framework with bobbin supports and arcaded back with cane panelled seat and squab cushion
Estimate: 400-500


A late 19th century overmantle mirror in the Georgian style with three mirror plates set within a shaped and fretted framework, with further carved and gilded detail, 130 cm x 80 cm
Estimate: 100-150


A Georgian Chippendale style chair with pierced gothic tracery splats on yoke shaped cresting rail, upholstered seat on square cut supports with H shaped stretcher
Estimate: 60-80


A small Regency mahogany chiffonier, the lower section enclosed by two panelled doors with well matched flame veneers within turned and tapering column supports, with cushion moulded drawer above with further acanthus detail, the raised back incorporating two tiers, turned columns and set beneath a carved and shaped rail, 85 cm wide (together with a sales invoice from Stow Antiques dated for X)
Estimate: 400-500


A 19th century gilded mirror of oval form, the central mirror plate with bevel edge set within a further frieze of eight mirror plates within a gilded and moulded frame 115 cm max
Estimate: 100-150


A pair of Charles, Prince of Wales, Investiture chairs, the bentwood frames in red colourway, the backs with fleur-de-lys detail
Estimate: 60-80


A Georgian secretaire tallboy, the lower section fitted with four drawers, the secretaire fitted with drawers, pigeon holes and writing area, the upper section fitted with a further two long, two medium and three short drawers raised on bracket supports, 105 cm
Estimate: 300-400

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