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Papier-Mache Drinks box


This wonderful Cave-a-Licqueur is the epitome of the decorative art of papier-mache, with all its vibrant painting and inlaid mother-of-pearl, set of against a black ground.

Pair of Lovers by M. Moreau


This romantic white marble sculpture was executed by Mathurin Moreau (1822-1912).
It dates to about 1860.

Crystal and Ormolu Licqueur Case


This very unusual and striking licqueur set is French, from the end of the 19th century.

Napoleon III Cave a Licqueur


This wonderful creation is the work of Raimond of Paris. It is a tour de force of marquetry, a complicated pattern of thuyawood, kingwod and purpleheart, inlaid with brass and mother of pearl.

Inlaid Revolving Bookcase


An Edwardian revolving bookcase with and inlaid satinwood motif to the centre and is crossbanded in satinwood with stringing of boxwood and ebony.

A Pair of Carved Alabaster Lamps


This charming pair of lamps is French, from the start of the 20th century. Carved from alabaster, they represent a girl playing with a kitten and a boy quietly reading.

A Set of Eight Dining Chairs


This set of eight cabriole leg dining chairs are quintessentially Victorian with their neat proportions, sensuous curves and lush crimson velvet upholstery.

Victorian Secretaire Wellington Chest


This handsome burr walnut Wellington chest was made in c.1850.

Bronze Ice Skater Lamp Bases


These charming lamp bases are bronze, on marble drums.
They present a chubby little boy and girl skating, one leg held out behind and cloak flying. They are French, from the end of the 19th century.