25" d x 29" high, game table.
The rectangular top above a stem base with brass figural mounts, one of an eagle and the other of an oriental woman playing a musical instrument.
Standing on three brass claw and ball feet
Height: 73cm x Width 34cm
Gorgeous is the first word that comes to mind when you first set eyes on this lovely chair.
It has a satinwood the shield back flanked by barley twist supports either side, upholstered in petit point.
A truly lovely piece.
Height: 85cm Width: 33cm Depth: 31.5cm
I really love these, depicting all types of Victorian life, travels, fashion, music, dance etc. One would purchase an album of these scenes, cut them out and stick them to a screen finishing with a clear glaze.
Each panel has a mahogany frame with a giltwood slip...
Boot Cleaner by Bartley & Sons Oxford Street London:
Not only attractive, quirky and decorative but extremely useful for polishing and cleaning boots and shoes.
Bone makers plaque to the top. The brushes are all in very good condition as is the whole piece. Very minor age related wear.
Inscribed The Hon’ble Arthur Thellusson (1801-1858):
He was the youngest son of Baron Rendlesham of Rendlesham which is a title in the Peerage of Ireland.
It was created in 1806 for Peter Thellusson, who also represented Midhurst, Malmesbury and Bossiney in parliament...
This chest is in two parts with brass corners comprising of two short and three long ash lined drawers. The top right drawer is fitted with a brass Brahma lock (other side missing).
All with good quality original sunken brass handles standing on turned screw off feet.
A lovely rich honey colour, very well made, a few minor losses which is always the case with these well-travelled pieces...
A wonderful Smaller 4 feet by 2 feet Hooked Rug,
For the Cat Lover AND an Antique Collector
The Scene : A mother Cat with her 2 little kittens
One of the kittens is playing with a Red Ball of Yarn.
The Rug is in excellent condition.
A preciously rare and previously undocumented southeastern Virginia Neo-classical Federal mahogany candle-stand, circa 1795-1810. The present southern candle-stand is constructed of very dense figured mahogany and is quite heavy. The turnings on its mid-shaft are very refined and indicate an urban area of manufacture, most likely Norfolk, but are also reminiscent of some Baltimore examples...
A superlative set of four eighteenth century “Rococo” mahogany side chairs, circa 1755-1775, with exceptional carvings, each with a Chinoiserie “Pagoda” carved central crest rail detail and each with an uncompromised rich and deep bronze finish.
An exceptionally fine and rare New York City Federal mahogany “French” sideboard “table”, Charles H. Lannuier, circa 1804-1819, with an ormolu gallery and pineapple finials. The present sideboard was discovered in an estate in Hudson, New York. There is only one known sideboard in existence made by Charles H. Lannuier, which is labelled, and is in the permanent collection of “The Metropolitan Museum of Art~American Wing”, New York City, gift of Mr. Fenton L.B. Brown, 1972...
The ribbed, urn-shaped lamp has a center crest in blue and orange enamel with extensive gilt, including a crown, three gilt fleur de lis, and a white dove; as well as three additional floral design panels around the lamp torso; other gilt and enamel designs encircle the shoulders, as well as the permanently attached lid; a blue enamel and gilt border encircles the base of the lamp. Much of the enameling is raised. The filigree base has four feet, and shows age-darkening...
This is an handsome pair of armchairs made from solid walnut by the second part of the 19th century during the Renaissance revival period . Each armchair is very massive and consists of a large rectangular seatback elegantly standing upon a large seat flanked by nicely scrolled armrests, highlighted with acanthus leaves and volutes patterns, all supported by beautifully sculpted baluster legs, connected to each other by a matching H-shaped stretcher providing stability and sturdiness...
This is a massive and beautiful Armoire made from solid oak by the beginning of the 19th century and originally coming from Württemberg, actually the Kingdom of Württemberg that existed from 1806 to 1918, located in the area that is now Baden-Württemberg. Ruled during this period by Frederick I and part of the Confederation of the Rhine (A confederation of client states of the First French Empire of Napoleon)...
This is a handsome Sofa made from solid oak by the second half of the 19th century during the Renaissance Revival period, consisting of large rectangular seatback standing upon a wide seat flanked by nicely scrolled armrests, highlighted with acanthus patterns, all supported by a beautiful pediment consisting of baluster legs connected to each other by matching H-shaped stretchers providing stability. The upholstery is estimated to be a couple of decades old and is in used condition...
This is an adorable late 19th century oval picture frame surrounding a monochrome aquarelle which can be replaced by the picture of a loved-one. Circa date 1890. Dimensions 7"high/ 6"wide.
This is a large and magnificent second half of the 19th century Box made during the Napoleon III period boasting a stunning brass inlaid embellishment highlighting the beautifully patinaed ebony veneer. This lovely piece is mounted by its original lock and key and reveals a spacious storage compartment disclosing a very nice burl maple veneer with mirror, which is not original. Note the reddish silk covering the interior would need to be replaced...