Recently Sold Items

19th Century Italian Marble Sculpture Of A Nymph By C Pittaluga


A well carved marble sculpture of standing Nymph lady. Both arms are raised and holding flowers beside her head, a thin veil dresses her body.
Signed to the base C Pittaluga Firenze.

Pair Of Early 20th Century French Baccarat Style Crystal Lamps


Pair of high quality early 20th century French crystal lamps. With ribbed bodies, gilt rim and base.
French. Circa 1920.

Italian Art Deco Sculpture Of A Lady Upon A Sphinx By F Masini


A very stylish Italian Art Deco sculpture, of Egyptian influence. The seated lady with gilt highlighted headpiece and waistband, with a lion skin rug draped over the sphinx.

19th Century French Kingwood Ormolu And Sevres Porcelain Jardiniere


A fine quality 19th century French jardiniere of generous proportions. With octagonal segmented kingwood parquetry panels. The front, back and corners with Sevres style porcelain mounts.

Pair Of Very Large 19th Century Crystal And Gilt Bronze Candelabra


A truly fantastic pair of fine quality large scale crystal and gilt bronze candelabras. Each with 5 candle sconces set upon finely cast gilt bronze flowers.

19th Century French Onyx And Champlevé vases


A pair of 19th century green onyx vases, decorated with Champlevé enamel and mounted gilt bronze handles. With the original etched glass slips.
French. Circa 1890.

Pair Of 19th Century Blue Porcelain And Bronze Lamps


A pair of 19th century French royal blue porcelain lamps, with gilt bronze rope style mounts. Each with a plaque to the base reading ' RIVAUD A PARIS'
French. Circa 1880.

Pair Of Large Early 20th Century Cut Crystal And Bronze Lamps


Pair of fine quality cut crystal and gilt bronze lamps. Each with urn shaped bodie and square cut crystal bases. The handles mounted female masks.
French. Circa 1920.

Unusual 19th Century English Burr Walnut Tea Caddy


An unusual 19th century english tea caddy. Of oval form in attractive burr walnut veneer, including the interior, with its original lining and key.
English. Circa 1860