Auction Items

Fine Furniture, Paintings, Ceramics & Effects

  • LOT NUMBER 41

    A Fine Pair of Sèvres Garniture Vases & Covers. The narrow ovoid bodies painted with romantic couples in landscape within oval panels on a ultra-marine blue glazed ground enriched with scrolling gilt foliage and garlands of flowers and mounted with gilt bronze handles. The bell shaped covers surmounted by gilt fircone finials. The round pedestals raised on square gilt bronze plinths with concaved corners, 19½ ins (50 cms) in height.

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  • LOT NUMBER 42

    A Pair of Sèvres Vases and Covers. The tall ovoid bodies having painted panels depicting a lady floating on a curled leaf, the other with a woman stood on the back of a butterfly, both signed Cottinet defined against a rich dark blue ground embellished with raised gilt ornamentation. The domed cover surmounted by gilt metal bases, 21¾ (55 cms) in height with red printed chateau designation mark.

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  • LOT NUMBER 43

    A Pair of Magnificent Green Marble Cassolettes with Gilt Bronze mounts. The domed covers surmounted by spouts of seeding foliage. The urns ornamented with a band of open scrolling foliage to the shoulders mounted with long-horned goat's heads swagged in fruit and flowers, standing on round pedestals leading down to the square plinths, 26 ins (66 cms) in height.

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  • LOT NUMBER 44

    A Pair of Gilt Bronze Campana Urns. The flared rims edged in tongue & dart beading above a relief cast frieze of classical figures with twin handles rising from the foliated base. Standing on flared and fluted pedestals raised on square dark green patinated plinths with gilt laurel wreath mounts, 20½ ins (52 cms) in height.

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  • LOT NUMBER 45

    A Golden Brown Patinated Bronze Bust of Louis XIV on a scotia base and turned wooden pedestal. The back signed F.Barbedienne Fondeur Paris, 21½ ins (55 cms) in height.

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  • LOT NUMBER 46

    A Pair of Fabulous Gilt Bronze Wall Mounted Candelabra in the form of a Bacchanalian Atlante & Caryatid wreathed in fruiting vines and draped in animal skins; their torsos rising from sprays of acanthus entwined with pendant garlands. Each figure holding two reeded and coiled branches with leafy flourishes, crested with a crown of flared leaves issuing three scrolling candle arms and spurs of seeding foliage, 24 ins (61 cms) in length.

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  • LOT NUMBER 47

    An 18th century Ebonised Bell-topped Bracket Clock. The 7 inch (18 cm) silvered dial signed Geo. Wood London, with a silent/strike switch in the arch and a calendar aperture. The twin fusee movement striking a bell and having a bob pendulum with carrying hook, and verge escapement, with an engraved back plate. The case with recessed open scrolling foliate spandrels backed in silk ornamenting the upper corners of the door, and a gilt brass carrying handle to the top. Standing 21 ins (54 cms) in height on bracket feet.

    Sold For: £2000.00

  • LOT NUMBER 48

    A Pair of Polished Slate Obelisks; the fronts inlaid with panels of malachite and exotic coloured stones in asymmetric patches. Standing on square stepped plinths, 13½ ins (14 cms) in height.

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  • LOT NUMBER 49

    A Charming mid 19th Century Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze Clock by Raingo Freres Paris. The bevelled glass four light clock case surmounted by Hymen's trophy with a flaming torch and arrows encircled in a laurel wreath and festooned in garlands of flowers. The round convex enamel dial framed in a foliate garland surround crested with a flowing ribbon bow. The case embellished with ornate mounts of lavishly scrolling flowers and oak leaves. The rectangular white marble plinth inset with a gilt scenic panel depicting cavorting putti to the front and cast with fruiting vine mounts to the breakfront corners. The movement having an Apollo face mask pendulum and striking a bell, 18½ ins (47 cms) in height.

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  • LOT NUMBER 50

    A Pair of Charming Gilt Bronze Figural Lamps in the form of putti; one wreathed in a crown of leaves and berries; each holding a foliated cornucopia bearing a frosted glass flame-form shade. The round fluted pedestals festooned in garlands of fruit and raised on square plinth bases with concaved corners, 32 ins (82 cms) in height.

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