Recently Sold Items

Pair of Edwardian Satinwood Chairs

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These very smart armchairs, in solid satinwood with pretty painted decoration were made in England C.1890.
They are a Hepplewhite design, with elegant shield backs and gracefully curved open arms.

William IV Rosewood Teapoy

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This William IV teapoy was made in about 1835.
It contains twin caddies and an original mixing bowl within a sarcophagus shaped body.
It stands on a turned leg with lotus detail and a tripod base.

Alabaster Child

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This lovely sculpture is French, C.1870.
It is alabaster, representing a little girl with sweet expression sitting on a cushion.
It would make a very nice book-end.

Edwardian Rosewood Table

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This very smart table was made in England, C.1890. It is Brazilian rosewood, crossbanded with satinwood and has a decoeative marquetry centre.

French Lamp Table

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This table is French and was made at the end the 19th century. It is decorated in classic parquetry of

Inlaid Napoleon III Jardiniere

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This sumptuous jardiniere, all curves and marquetry, was made in France, C.1860.

Pair of Wing Chairs

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This is one of a pair of large wing chairs, Georgian in style, but made C.1900.

Bronze Acrobat

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This bronze in the form of a circus performer is entitled "Le Defi", or "The Dare".

Napoleon III bureau

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This wonderful tour-de-force of marquetry was created in France, C.1860. The front depicts two birds contemplating the fate of a juicy looking cicada which stands on the branch between them.