Auction Items

Fine Furniture, Clocks, Bronzes & Effects

  • Lot 101 | Fine Furniture, Clocks, Bronzes & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 101

    A Fine Late Georgian Irish Oyster or Peat Bucket of coopered construction. The ripple-moulded staves alternated in contrasting woods and bound in brass with a swing handle to the top. 13 ins (33 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £600.00

  • Lot 102 | Fine Furniture, Clocks, Bronzes & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 102

    A Pair of Small Photographic Portraits mounted in Carved Rococo Frames with foliate crests to the tops and floriate scroll bases mounted with winged cherubs, 13 ins x 5½ ins (33 cms x 14 cms).

    Sold For: £0.00

  • Lot 103 | Fine Furniture, Clocks, Bronzes & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 103

    A Rosewood Vanity Box inlaid with a mother-of-pearl shield to the hinged top and a similarly shaped escutcheon to the front, opening to reveal a fitted interior housing various glass bottles and jars with silvered lids and a lift out tray with compartment below. The lid lined in ruched green velvet, 9 ins x 12 ins x 6½ ins (23 cms x 30 cms x 17 cms).

    Sold For: £0.00

  • Lot 104 | Fine Furniture, Clocks, Bronzes & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 104

    A Fine Regency Period Figured Rosewood Vanity Box inlaid with brass stringing and rounded edging bands, with a monogrammed plaque to the centre and recessed swing handles to the sides and front of the jewellery drawer below. The lid lifting to reveal a well fitted interior. The verdant ruched velvet lid liner dropping to access a green leather folder with a bevel-edged mirror to the inner lid panel. The partitioned box accommodating a variety of glass bottles and jars; their monogrammed silver lids hallmarked London 1827 and punched with maker's initials GR. The central bone handled manicure set in a removable tray with a letter compartment below, 13 ins x 12 ins x 7 ins (33 cms x 26 cms x 18 cms).

    Sold For: £0.00

  • Lot 105 | Fine Furniture, Clocks, Bronzes & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 105

    A Fine Inlaid Coromandel Table Casket. The top having a plain rail to the back & sides, and veneered with a central panel of coromandel framed in a decorative band of stringing and an ebony border. The mahogany break-top fielded panel door veneered in a similar fashion and opening to reveal two short over three long drawers inlaid with stringing and fitted with gilt brass swing handles. Standing 12 ins (30 cms) wide, 9 ins (23 cms) deep and 14 ins (36 cms) high on a moulded base with bracket feet.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • Lot 106 | Fine Furniture, Clocks, Bronzes & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 106

    A Small 19th Century Tortoiseshell Teacaddy of rectangular form. The cushion stop centred by a small silvered plaque with a similar escutcheon to the front. The interior with a single lidded compartment framed in ivory edging strips, 3½ ins x 4 ins x 4¾ ins (9 cms x 10 cms x 12 cms).

    Sold For: £550.00

  • Lot 107 | Fine Furniture, Clocks, Bronzes & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 107

    A 19th Century Inlaid Mahogany Tea-caddy cross-banded in satinwood with ebony stringing. The front inlaid with a butterfly in a green stained harewood navette panel. The lid decorated with a conch shell, 8 ins x 4¾ ins x 5¼ ins (20 cms x 12 cms x 13.5 cms).

    Sold For: £160.00

  • Lot 108 | Fine Furniture, Clocks, Bronzes & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 108

    An Old Ebony Flute fitted in a mahogany case.

    Sold For: £160.00

  • Lot 109 | Fine Furniture, Clocks, Bronzes & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 109

    A Decoratively Veneered Box having a sloped lid inlaid with chequer banding and stringing and a collection of 18th Century Candlesticks including three brass sticks with integral nozzles on knopped stems; two leading down to a round domed foot with scalloped edge 6½ (16.5 cms) and 6 ins (15 cms) in height, another with knopped stem on a serpentine base 8 ins (20 cms) in height, a copper stick on a canted square base and a chamber stick with dished tray base.

    Sold For: £90.00

  • Lot 110 | Fine Furniture, Clocks, Bronzes & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 110

    A Fine 19th Century Coromandel Box. The domed lid inset with with a silvered plaque inscribed; 'Richard Bromley from GHH Hayhurst 1884', opening to release the hinged fall front and revealing a fitted interior veneered in maple and lined with deep blue velvet, having compartments for two decanters, a slotted glass holder to the front above a revolving panel enclosing a demi-lune cigar holder. The small gilded plaque to the back engraved Manufactured for HM Emanuel & Sons Silversmiths to the Queen Ordinance Row Portsea, 9¼ ins x 9¼ ins x 10 ins (23.5 cms x 23.5 cms x 25.5 cms).

    Sold For: £0.00



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