Auction Items

  • LOT NUMBER 51

    A Pair 17th Century Oak Carvings of Female Figures wearing flowing robes, knelt on oval plinths enriched with gilding to top and base moulding; one depicted as a shepherdess holding a gilded sheep and staff. The other with a gilded ewer and goblet, 23 ins (58.5 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 52

    A Pair of Carved Baroque Candlesticks. The iron pricket spikes on serpentine platforms above knopped triform stems and scrolling bases carved with foliate sprays, 29 in (74 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £540

  • LOT NUMBER 53

    A Late 16th/Early 17th Century Italian Walnut Table Casket. The rectangular edge-moulded lid on iron loop hinges. The front with applied moulding above a moulded break-front base on carved bracket feet, 11½ ins (29 cms) high, 16¾ ins (42 cms) wide, 10½ ins (26.5 cms) deep.

    Sold For: £340

  • LOT NUMBER 54

    A 16th Century Cedarwood Adige Chest. The front enriched with scrolling metamorphic figures and foliage flanking a central armorial shield with worn penwork details, defined against a mesh punched ground. The planked lid opening to reveal a pyrographic scene of two soldiers flanking an eagle roundel framed in a border of undulating foliage and having punchwork embellishment's to the box's rim. 11½ in (28 cm) high, 36½ in (93 cm) wide, 15 in (38 cm) deep.

    Sold For: £700

  • LOT NUMBER 55

    A Small & Unusual Early 17th Century Cedar Wood Fall-front Chest with internal drawers. The seat-height plank top enriched with decorative unfilled gouge carving. The hinged facade adorned with pyrography depicting a central portrait roundel with young man in a foliate wreath surrounded by intertwined scrolls of undulating vine, and dropping down to reveal three long drawers with further pyrographic decoration, moulded edges and ring handles. 17¾ ins (45 cms) high, 26 ins (66 cms) in length, 9½ ins (24 cms) wide.

    Sold For: £3700

  • LOT NUMBER 56

    A Pair of 17th Century Flemish Baroque Pricket Candlesticks. The candle spikes in cupped drip pans above knopped barley-twist stems raised on triangular bases cast with winged cherub heads and terminating on ball & claw feet, 17¼ in (44 cm) in height.

    Sold For: £0

  • LOT NUMBER 57

    A Fine 16th Century Italian Crimson Velvet Banner embroidered in silver metallic threads with Psedo Persian Calligraphy, birds, flowers and foliage, 55 x 34¼ in (140 x 87 cm).

    Sold For: £1600

  • LOT NUMBER 58

    A Set of Four 17th Century Relief Carved Walnut Furniture Supports/Feet emblazoned with grotesque heads with varied expressions, 4 in x 8½ in (10 cms x 22 cms).

    Sold For: £500

  • LOT NUMBER 59

    A 19th Century Renaissance Revival Gilt Metal Chalice and a Pewter Wall-mounted Bénitier. The chalice having a silvered bowl nestled in a gilt copper mount raised upon a knopped stem and wide circular foot with petalled edge, elaborately cast with Biblical allegories between winged angel heads, 8 ins (20 cms). The holy water stoop having a fluted demi-bowl on a scrolling wall cast with renaissance embellishments and centred by an oval medallion depicting Madonna & Child, 9 ins (23 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £160

  • LOT NUMBER 60

    A Small 17th Century Oak Casket inset with Limoges enamelled convex rectangular plaques ornamented with Renaissance scrolls of foliage emanating from central face masks in white on a black ground dotted with small gilt quatrefoil motifs. The hinged lid with lunette carved frame. The box on a gadrooned base, 6 in (15 cms) high, 8¾ in (22 cms) wide, 6 in (15 cms) deep.

    Sold For: £1500



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