Recently Sold Items

Pair of Edwardian Satinwood Chairs


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


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


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


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


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

Inlaid Napoleon III Jardiniere


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

Pair of Wing Chairs


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

Bronze Acrobat


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

Napoleon III bureau


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.