Auction Items

  • LOT NUMBER 122

    A Fabulous 18th Century Oak Miniature Serpentine-front Chest of Drawers finely detailed with undulating moulding and fitted with four drawers with stud handles, 11 in (28 cms) high, 12½ in (32 cm) wide, 9½ in (24 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £500

  • LOT NUMBER 123

    A Collection of Six Decorative Blue & White Delft Jars in the 18th century Dutch style. The shaped octagonal baluster bodies painted with scenic cartouches and sprays of flowers; three having lids surmounted by scrolling finials.

    Sold For: £380

  • LOT NUMBER 124

    A Small Late 18th Century French Provincial Settee. The padded back, elbow rests, seat and swab cushion covered in a pale blue velour fabric edged with brass studs. The walnut frame having a serpentine top rail, swept arms and three wavy front legs joined to the plain rear legs with stretchers. 35 in (89 cm) high, 48 in (122 cm) wide, 23 in (59 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £900

  • LOT NUMBER 125

    A Pair of Early, and Charming 18th Century Oak Panels, Circa 1700, relief carved with bacchanalian putti in landscape defined against a sunken pitted ground and edged with moulding. One panel depicting a putto riding on the back of a goat lead by his companion. The other with three figures gathering grapes, 24¾ in x 19¼ in (63 cm x 49 cm).

    Sold For: £950

  • LOT NUMBER 126

    A Queen Anne Style Triptych Dressing Mirror. The moulded canted-arch topped frames clad in foliate brocade fabric with fringed borders. The centre mirror 26 in x 19 in (66 cm x 48 cm). The flanking mirrors 20½ in x 13 in (52 cm x 33 cm).

    Sold For: £70

  • LOT NUMBER 127

    A 17th Century Carved Boarded Oak Desk Box. The sloped lid with book ledge, opening to reveal a small shelf and two drawers fitted to the back of the interior. The front carved with scrolling stems of flowers and foliage either side of initials SS, defined against a cut away pitted ground, 11 in (28 cm) high, 26 in (66 cm) wide, 19½ in (50 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 128

    A Carved & Panelled Oak Door dated 1679, originally from Agecroft Hall in Manchester (dismantled in the 1920s and re-built in Richmond Virginia on the banks of the James River). The narrow door having two principal panels; both carved with a fluted urn of flowers, berries and foliage and divided by shallower panels with an arched marquetry panel to the top. The uprights adorned with undulating vine issuing clusters of fruit and foliage, 70¼ in x 20¾ in (178.5 cm x 53 cm).

    Sold For: £360

  • LOT NUMBER 129

    A Pair of Fine 17th Century Oak Panels carved with undulating scrolls issuing wrythen flower heads, leaves, fruit & acorns defined against a recessed pitted ground, 9½ in x 28¼ in (24 cm x 72 cm).

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 130

    A Pair of 17th Century Joined Oak Panelled Cupboard Doors. Each having four panels carved in relief with full length profiles of 16th century figures, 29 in (74 cm) in height, 22½ in (57 cm) wide.

    Sold For: £820

  • LOT NUMBER 131

    A Pair of Carved Oak Heraldic Panels dated 1646: Each panel depicting a rampant beast tethered to a tree; one a griffin; the other a stag alongside crowned initials CR, with a scrolling banner at their feet inscribed SANS CHANGER. The panels bordered by bands of half rosettes to the tops, guilloche plaits to the sides, and carved inscriptions; 'STRANGE' 'DERBY' along the bases, 18¾ in x 13¾ in (47.5 cm x 35 cm).

    Sold For: £800

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