Auction Items

Period Oak, Funiture and Effects

  • LOT NUMBER 61

    A Rare & Small 17th Century Silver Metal Hawking Whistle engraved with scrolling foliage and having a reeded ball finial, 1½ ins (4 cms) in length.

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 62

    A Rare 17th Century Steel Two-pronged Fork on an Ivory Handle carved in the form of a naked lady rising from a foliate collar, 7 in (18 cms) in length.

    Sold For: £1400

  • LOT NUMBER 63

    A Queen Anne Silver Loving Mug by John Wisdorne hallmarked London 1707. The gadrooned sides enriched with punchwork and having an engraved oval cartouche initialled N.L. below a winged cherubs head to the front, 3½ ins (9 cms) in height, 6¾ ins (17 cms) in width.

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 64

    A 16th Century Silver Paten with traces of residual gilding and obscure punchmark to the verso, 7¼ ins (18.4 cms) in diameter.

    Sold For: £650

  • LOT NUMBER 65

    An Early 17th Century Mechelen Alabaster Bas-Relief carved with depiction of The Circumcision and bearing the mark of Tobias van Tissenaken along the base. 5 x 3¾ in (13 x 10 cm).

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 66

    A Fine 17th Century Alabaster Relief carved with 'The Adoration of The Magi' and enriched with gilding. The lower ledge initialed IDF, 9½ x 7¼ in (24 x 18.5 cms) in a black moulded frame.

    Sold For: £3700

  • LOT NUMBER 67

    A Pair of 19th Century Terracotta Maquette Plaques from the Collection of Baron Franchetti of Venice, moulded with depictions of The Deposition of Christ and inscribed on verso, with inventory numbers and date 1864, 7 ins x 5 ins (18 cm x 12.5 cm).

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 68

    A Fabulous Italian Burr Walnut 'Bambocci' Cabinet richly carved with elaborate decoration incorporating columns of winged cherub heads adorning the pilasters, with a row of open carved angel head corbels with folded wings to the frieze centred by an intricately carved armorial crest. The cabinet having a central arched niche door below an architectural pediment on figural pilasters opening to reveal three internal drawers and flanked by subsidiary side cupboards between moulded drawers, 39½ in (100 cms) high, 40½ in (103 cms) wide, 19 in (48 cms) deep.

    Sold For: £2600

  • LOT NUMBER 69

    A Fabulous and Rare 16th/17th Century Italian Parquetry Cassoné. The lid having a moulded edge and raised centre panel, enriched with a repeated design of geometric inlay. The parquetried front incorporating ornamental panels depicting boughs of fruit, a pyrographic depiction of a figure flanked by trees to the centre, and waterbirds below. The gadrooned bulge front base raised on carved lion paw feet, 28 ins (71 cms) in height, 67 ins (170 cms) wide, 24 ins (61 cms) deep.

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 70

    A Pair of 18th Century Italian Inlaid Walnut Sgabellone Portabusto. The tall ornamental pedestals having near square tops with moulded edges above box-form friezes and splayed silhouette-cut plank supports to the front and back, connected by a shaped plank stretcher with gouge carved decoration. The facades embellished with penworked inlay depicting winged putti, framed by parquetry bands, 54½ in (138 cm) high, 11¾ in x 13 in (30 cm x 33 cm).

    Sold For: £2000



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