A pair of neoclassical style ormolu and green marble urns


The ovoid shaped bodies flanked with acanthus leaf twin handles, carved in relief to the front and back with playful cherubs, topped with a pine cone finial and raised on a shaped green marble base

Bronze Fire Dogs


These striking fire dogs are cast bronze.
They were made in England, C.1870 .
Standing on zoomorphic feet they are covered throughout with stylised lotus leaves.

Price: £1,200.

Victorian Flower Table


This unusual object is a flower table.
It was made C. 1860 and is walnut and burr walnut with boxwood inlay.

Picture Easel


This handsome easel is English, Victorian, late 19th century.
It is mahogany and is designed along simple lines, decorated with carved grooves and an open fretwork panel.

Large Ormolu Clock


This impressive time piece was made in Paris C.1830.
It depicts a lavishly attired couple in court costume sitting above the enamelled dial.

Mahogany Buffet


This large and impressive piece of furniture is early Victorian.
A buffet of two tiers, it is made from first quality mahogany.

Australian Interest Epergne


This most unusual article is Victorian, C. 1870.

Bronze Napoleonic Thermometer


This finely cast bronze is a represents the column of the Place Vendome in Paris, surmounted by a figure of Napoleon in classical dress.

Bronze Ewer


This very decorative, though non-functional ewer was made in Italy in the 19th century. It is inspired by the designs of Giambattista Piranesi (1720-88).