Not only highly decorative but extremely useful! (we use three) Good quality brass fittings, a lovely rich honey colour. Size: H 101cm W 68cm
19th/20th Century Cigar Shop Display Cabinet with Humidor Tobacconist Interest: This would have adorned the old Victorian or Edwardian Tobacconist shop. Made to keep the cigars in top quality condition, this cabinet has an integrated humidor to the base. The fall front lid is early Perspex with brass hinges and knob...
A little tatty but most decorative. Size: 44cm wide
This beautifully carved piece probably started off life as a commode. The top is functional and rests in the rim, it is a later addition. Very well made and carved. Size: H50.5cm W49cm D36.5cm
This quirky piece would make an ideal gift for the person that has everything. Of no great age, heavy and nicely carved. Size: 126cm Weight: 1ST 2lbs Backdrop also available for sale. I am happy to quote on delivery within the UK, please contact me for a quotation.
A nice watercolour presented within its original glazed gilt frame (minor losses) and gilt mount with some minor discolouration. Image in good condition, signed lower left. Size excluding frame: 17.5cm by 38cm
One depicting an ancient drovers track with trees and sheep resting peacefully. The other with lakes and mountains in the autumn. Both signed and in lovely condition. My son in Singapore loves scenes like this to remind him of the beauty of Britain. Size: 33cm by 50cm
This was made in the US Zone of Germany soon after WWII. He is riding a three wheel motor scooter. Very good working order, slight paint loss to the very edge of the scooter floor, elephant excellent condition. Size: 20cm tall
Presently contains a mirror...
A most highly decorative piece, profusely carved with great skill, three shaped arcaded shelves which give it an architectural feel. It bears star decoration inlaid with bone. The crowning finials are detached for ease of transportation. This is fabulous for displaying fine antique porcelain. Size: H Finials 173cm H without Finials 163cm W60.5cm D29cm
Two beautifully painted pictures depicting figures in a formal garden depicting elephant and giraffe with riders. The paintings differ slightly but the frames are the same size. Two skilfully executed pictures. Size: 26.5cm by 19.5cm
A well painted scene of horsemen with lances engaged in a soon to be violent clash. Arabic inscription to the top and bottom. Presented within a later glazed frame with olive mount. Size: 40cm by 32.5cm including frame
A finely painted gouache depicting horsemen hunting deer in a rocky countryside. Presented within a highly decorative frame, minor losses to beading. Size: 23cm by 34.5cm including frame
Painted on art board by Reeves. This young Gentleman has rugged looks, not the sort of person you would want to get on the wrong side of, long sideburns, wearing formal attire of the 1860’s. Unsigned, unframed, having said that there is a tatty original frame not to be recommended. A nice addition for a collector of portraits. Size: 60cm by 50cm
A most charming little painting of the Cornish Coast with figures and birds. Sydney Beer was born in Devon and spent most of his career capturing the delights of the Welsh Country, especially the coast. This is a little gem in its original ebonised and glazed frame, signed lower right. Size: 21.25cm by 26.5cm
Figures in a coastal landscape with a castle and mountains beyond. In the absence of a signature I have attributed to Alfred Vickers Senior but fifty years of dealing in Art tells me that this is by the artist. Referring to the restoration, it has been professionally relined some time ago, there are small areas of cracking and paint loss in the sky, the actual scene is ok. Alfred Vickers Senior was a self taught landscape painter. He exhibited 125 works at The Royal Academy and elsewhere...
An original late 1920’s watercolour showing the Art Deco high fashion of this elegant period look at the model, the dog, the car, all so special for this well known fashion magazine of the ‘Roaring Twenties’. The paper is a little creased but easily dealt with. Presented within a plain oak frame with gilt mount. Size: 40cm by 49cm
Three lovely mixed media studies of a beautiful young ballet dancer by this highly accomplished artist John Frederic Lloyd Strevens was a british painter born in London. He completed many prints, watercolours and drawings but mainly painted in oil with a rich palette, rather in the style of John Singer Sargent. Strevens created various formal portraits, painting women, flowers and interiors...