Auction Items

  • LOT NUMBER 81

    A Fine 18th Century Spanish Collector's Cabinet on Stand. The break-front cabinet elaborately inlaid with panels of red tortoiseshell framed in borders of scrolling stringing and surmounted by a spindled gallery top with gilt brass balustrading. The central door adorned with fine gilt bronze mounts; a depiction of The Immaculate Virgin to an arched niche flanked by columns and ebonised moulding, embellished with face masks, fruit garlands and rampant lions. The cabinet raised on ball & claw feet and housing four internal drawers, with three drawers either side and iron swing handles either end. 25 in (64 cms) high, 43½ in (110 cms) wide, 12 in (30 cms) deep. The table stand with inlaid top on ebonised bobbin turned A-frame supports braced by scrolling iron brackets.

    Estimated sale price: £4500 - £6000

  • LOT NUMBER 82

    A Small 18th Century Style Ebonised Chiming Bracket Clock. The arched dial having a painted moon roller above silvered chapter ring encircling a matted centre with a fretted label inscribed Jams. Smith London. The caddy top case having gilt brass mounts, 13½ ins (34 cms) in height.

    Estimated sale price: £200 - £400

  • LOT NUMBER 83

    A Rare Early 18th Century Japanned Gateleg Table. The near round top with chinoiserie decoration and gilt embellishments on a black lacquered ground, standing on ball-knopped baluster turned legs and swing out gates, 29 in (74 cm) high, 33 x 34 in (84 x 86 cm).

    Estimated sale price: £5000 - £5500

  • LOT NUMBER 84

    A George III Lacquered Bow Front Hanging Corner Cupboard. The two doors hung on pierced brass butterfly hinges and ornamented in raised gilding and lacquers with Chinoiserie scenes depicting figures amongst temples below a trelliswork arch on a green lacquered ground. Opening to reveal three interior shelves. 36 ins (91.5 cms) in height, 23 ins (59 cms) in width, 16 ins (41 cms) in depth.

    Estimated sale price: £600 - £800

  • LOT NUMBER 85

    A Trompe L'Oeil Wall Plaque with shaped pediment and moulded edge; painted to resemble two open shelves housing coffee pots, ceramics and two fluted glass tumblers above a bow front section painted as a chest of drawers, 43 in (109 cms) high, 23 in (58 cms) wide.

    Estimated sale price: £1200 - £1600

  • LOT NUMBER 86

    A Fabulous 19th Century Carved & Painted Wooden Fairground Carousel Horse attributed to Friedrich Heyn. The horse now mounted on a metal stand, 60 in (152.5 cms) high, 64 in (160 cms) in length.

    Estimated sale price: £1800 - £2600

  • LOT NUMBER 87

    Three Lengths of Hand-painted Canvas Fair-ground Canopy Edging Strips. The scalloped banners decorated with floral sprays in cartouches and edged with painted fringing. Each approximately 118 ins (300 cms) in length.

    Estimated sale price: £50 - £100

  • LOT NUMBER 88

    A 19th Century Ship's Figure Head carved in the form of Queen Victorian holding an orb and scepter (A/F), mounted on a square plinth base, 49 ins (125 cms) in height. [Purported to have come from a wreck off Scaborough where several ships with the name Queen were lost including British Queen (sank 1869], Ocean Queen [1865] and Queen [sank 1888].

    Estimated sale price: £800 - £1600

  • LOT NUMBER 89

    An 18th Century Painted Oak Relief Carved Plaque with armorial shield and possible marriage initials above date 1720, 15½ in x 11 in (40 cm x 28 cms).

    Estimated sale price: £600 - £800

  • LOT NUMBER 90

    An Early 19th Century Painted Cast Iron Armorial Plaque emblazoned with the arms of The Worshipful Company of Grocers; one of London's Great Twelve City Livery Companies, established in 1345. 14 in (36 cms) square.

    Estimated sale price: £150 - £250



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