Auction Items

  • LOT NUMBER 132

    A Pair of Carved Oak Heraldic Marriage Panels dated 1644: Each panel depicting a rampant beast with initials TH to one, and EM to the other, flanked by decorative palmate bands enriched with punchwork and incorporating place names to banners along the base; 'Arundel' & 'Surry', 18½ in x 12¾ in (47 cm x 32 cm).

    Sold For: £800

  • LOT NUMBER 133

    A 17th Century Carved Oak Overmantel adapted from a section of bed panelling. The piece with two recessed arcaded panels enriched with flowering plants; each issuing a fanned bloom, defined against a recessed pitted ground. The gadrooned twin-arch canopy on palmate pilasters above a candle ledge, 23 in (58.5 cm) high, 42½ in (108 cm) wide.

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 134

    A Small Late 17th Century Relief carved Walnut Panel depicting a winged cherub leant against a scrolled shield and set in a moulded frame, 9 in x 7½ in (23 cm x 19 cm).

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 135

    A Boarded Oak Box in the 17th Century Style, of rectangular form with a hinged lid above and decorative front board boldly carved with scrolls of acanthus, 9 in (23 cm) high, 29 in (74 cm) wide, 11 in (28 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £150

  • LOT NUMBER 136

    An 18th Century Oak Frieze Panel Carved with oak leaves and deer eating fruits from the trees 6 ins (15 cms) in height, 30 ins (76 cms) in width.

    Sold For: £220

  • LOT NUMBER 137

    A Decorative Gothic Revival Table Cabinet. The rectangular carcass with groove moulded borders, painted black over red and fitted with two elaborately cast brass doors featuring a mediaeval festival with jousters, spectators on a turreted balcony, cherubs blowing horns, knights and romancing couples throwing flowers. Standing on squat bun feet, 10 in (26 cm) high, 17¾ in (45 cm) wide, 9½ in (24 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £260

  • LOT NUMBER 138

    A Pair of Napoleon III Empire Cast Metal Candlesticks. The stems adorned with wrythen foliage above decorative bases raised on three satyr legs, 11½ in (29 cm) in height.

    Sold For: £40

  • LOT NUMBER 139

    A Small 18th Century French Artist's Miroir Noir or 'Miroir de Claude Lorrain' in shagreen case, 3¼ in (8 cm) in diameter.

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 140

    An Antique Tortoiseshell & White Metal Snuff Box. The circular lid intricately decorated with mother-of-pearl performers set in tortoiseshell cartouches radiating from a central roundel on a silver metal ground, embellished with engraving and copper inlay, ¾ inch (2 cm) high, 2¼ in (5.5 cm) in diameter.

    Sold For: £200

  • LOT NUMBER 141

    A Small Circular Victorian Gilt Metal Trinket Box. The lid inset with a silvered roundel intricately engraved with a figural scene. The gilt sides with engine turned engraving, 1 in (2.5 cm) high, 3¾ in (9.5 cm) in diameter.

    Sold For: £70

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