antiques & fine art sale

4th September 2019

Lot 1401

A giltwood and painted composition rectangular mirror frame, the mirror plate with bevelled glass, with foliate moulded border and fleur-de-lis to each corner. Height 151 cm, width 91 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 1402

A Sinhalese carved hardwood occasional table, octagonal, with profusely carved decoration of elephants all in a running foliate and scroll border and supported on elephant and trunk legs. Width 76.5 cm, height 51 cm, depth 45.5 cm.

Lot 1403

An early 20th century oak gate leg table, small proportions, with elliptical drop leaves, on turned legs united by plain stretchers all on bun feet. Width 83 cm (leaves open), width 23 cm (leaves closed), height 68 cm, depth 73 cm.

Lot 1404

A large circular pine table, raised on three turned supports with triform base and bun feet. Diameter 180 cm.

Sold for £650

Lot 1405

A Globe Wernicke five tier mahogany bookcase, with lead glazed doors, all above a drawer to the base. 86.5 cm wide, 172.5 cm high, 27 cm deep.

Sold for £600

Lot 1406

A set of four oak luggage stands, late 19th / early 20th century, of typical form supported upon square tapering legs. 60.5 cm wide, 38 cm high.

Sold for £220

Lot 1407

A pair of composite stone octagonal planters, early 20th century, of slightly tapering form, each panel with stylised foliate relief decoration. Width 49 cm, height 42 cm, internal diameter 36 cm.

Sold for £500

Lot 1408

A 19th century mahogany wall mounted corner cupboard, having a well figured door with inlaid stringing. 79.5 cm wide, 111 cm high.

Sold for £30

Lot 1409

A set of six Regency Gillows style simulated rosewood dining chairs, with carved scrolling backs, bergere seats with loose cushions over and raised on turned and faceted front legs. Each height to top of back 86 cm, width across seat front 46.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £750

Lot 1410

A George III mahogany longcase clock by Barwise of Cockermouth, circa 1765, the hood with swans neck pediment and applied carved roundels above the arched glazed door flanked on either side by reeded pillars, and with blind fret carving above the long shaped crossbanded trunk door flanked by reeded quarter column corners, the base with canted corners and raised on bracket feet, with eight day striking movement and 13" arched brass dial with Indian mask spandrels, silvered chapter ring and Roman numerals. With centre date hand and inscribed Barwise Cockermouth. The arch with moon phase. Height including finial 238 cm. NOTE: Lott Barwise was born at Oulton Wigton in 1726 and died in 1779. He worked in Cockermouth from 1750. See Brian Loomes Clockmakers of Northern England pages 86/88 (see illustration).

Sold for £2600

Lot 1411

A 19th century mahogany hat and coat stand, with turned centre column and three downswept legs terminating in toupie feet.

Sold for £190

Lot 1412

An 18th century carved oak coffer, with four panels to the top and three to the front. Width 132 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 1413

A George III mahogany chest of drawers, with three short over three long graduated drawers with brass swans neck drop handles and cockbeading to each drawer front and all raised on bracket feet. Width 96.5 cm.

Sold for £280

Lot 1414

A set of six William IV mahogany dining chairs, each with bowed top rail, drop in seat and raised on faceted and turned front legs.

Sold for £300

Lot 1415

A good Victorian walnut credenza, with Sevres style porcelain plaques and ormolu mounts, raised on bun feet. Width 148 cm, height 108 cm, depth 42 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £2700

Lot 1416

A large George III mahogany bureau, with well fitted interior above four long graduated boxwood strung drawers with original brass drop handles with oval backplates and raised on bracket feet. Width 121 cm.

Sold for £180

Lot 1417

A pair of late Victorian mahogany ladies and gentleman's chairs, upholstered in pink and beige cell patterned material and raised on turned front legs.

Sold for £200

Lot 1418

A 17th century oak low English dresser, with three cushioned drawer fronts with brass drop handles with engraved back plates and lock escutcheons, raised on turned front legs. Length 216 cm, depth 50 cm, height 85.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £980

Lot 1419

A George III rosewood Canterbury, four divisions, fitted with a drawer and raised on short turned legs with brass castors. Width 46.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £500

Lot 1420

An ebonised and parcel gilt armchair bearing the coat of arms for the University of Washington 1861, with applied and engraved presentation plaque verso" presented to Professor David Utley, FRCS, with grateful appreciation from the Department of Neurological Surgery, April 29th 1994 (sic).

Sold for £150

Lot 1421

A 19th century mahogany butlers tray on folding stand. 75 cm x 50 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 1422

A George III mahogany dining table, comprising two ends and single leaf, each end with rounded corners recessed frieze and raised on turned tapered legs terminating in brass castors. Width 107 cm, length including leaf 170 cm, excluding leaf 116 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £190

Lot 1423

A child's Windsor chair, late 19th century, with vase shaped pierced splat supported upon turned legs. Width 42 cm, height 63 cm.

Sold for £110

Lot 1424

A late Victorian Aesthetic Movement ebonised settee.

Sold for £140

Lot 1425

A mahogany drop leaf gate leg table, early 20th century, with elliptical drop leaves with moulded edge and supported upon slender cabriole legs united by plain stretchers. 102 cm wide (leaves open), 28.5 cm wide (leaves closed), height 74 cm, depth 76 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 1426

An English oak side table, late 17th century, the rectangular top with moulded edge above a single drawer with brass drop handles and shaped backplates and escutcheons, all on barley twist legs and stretchers and with turned feet. Width 78 cm, height 73 cm, depth 59 cm.

Sold for £180

Lot 1427

A small mahogany chest of drawers, 20th century, comprising two short over three long drawers with cockbeading and brass swans neck drop handles with circular backplates. Width 60 cm, height 74.5 cm, depth 40 cm.

Sold for £180

Lot 1428

A mahogany standard lamp, manufactured from a Victorian bedpost, with brass lantern top.

Lot 1429

A Baroque style gilt mirror, the rectangular glass within a moulded frame with exaggerated foliate scrolls. 96 cm high.

Sold for £130

Lot 1430

A composition stone obelisk, of inverted square tapering form supported upon four balls in turn above a square plinth base, 43 cm wide, 182 cm high.

Sold for £400

Lot 1431

A 19th century oak double cupboard, the upper section fitted with pigeonholes and shelves, the lower section with single shelf, the doors with brass knob handles and all upon bracket feet. 58 cm wide, 143.5 cm high, 40 cm deep.

Sold for £150

Lot 1432

A 19th century oak dresser, with low shelved back and fitted with a series of drawers and cupboards with wooden knob handles and all raised on bracket feet. Width 156 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £580

Lot 1433

An 18th century ball moon clock in a solid red walnut case by Edward Hariman, Workington circa 1750, the hood with pagoda top and glazed arched door flanked by columns and with long trunk door beneath and conforming base raised on bracket feet. With 12" arched brass dial with four season spandrels, the four pillar movement rack striking and with continuous ball moon drive. The hours strike on a bell. Height 225 cm. NOTE: Edward Hariman was born circa 1700 in the Crosby area and was married in 1729. He moved to Workington in the early 1730's making 30 hour and eight day clocks. He also made special clocks with astronomical dials and globe moons. He died in Workington in 1776 (see illustration).

Sold for £3000

Lot 1434

A Victorian walnut oval centre table, the fixed top with four turned column supports and raised on four legs terminating in castors. Width 119 cm.

Sold for £200

Lot 1435

A Victorian mahogany bowfronted chest of drawers, with two short and three long drawers with brass drop handles with embossed oval backplates and cockbeading to each drawer and raised on splayed bracket feet. Width 102 cm.

Sold for £190

Lot 1436

An Edwardian mahogany Chippendale style tripod table, with snap action, turned column and three downswept legs terminating in claw and ball feet. Width 60 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 1437

A fine late 19th century Vernis Martin ormolu mounted cabinet, with centre bombe glazed door flanked on either side by glazed panels and with cast bronze mounts, the base with Vernis Martin panels and raised on cabriole legs terminating in sabot feet. Height 200 cm, width 141 cm, depth +/- 52 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £6400

Lot 1438

A 19th century George III style oak dresser, with Delft rack, fitted with two drawers with brass drop handles with pierced backplates and with turned legs and low stretchers. Width 122 cm.

Sold for £220

Lot 1439

A Victorian mahogany extending dining table, with two leaves, wind out action, rounded corners and raised on turned and faceted legs terminating in brass castors. Width 121 cm, length extended 240 cm.

Sold for £320

Lot 1440

A George III walnut twin drop flap dining table, raised on cabriole legs terminating in claw and ball feet. Width 120 cm, length with flaps up 140 cm.

Sold for £420

Lot 1441

An Edwardian flame mahogany shaped centre table, the top veneered in segments and raised on turned tapered reeded legs united by S scroll stretchers. Diameter 75 cm.

Lot 1442

A George III mahogany tilt top tripod table, with one piece top upon a turned stem with three downswept legs, 79.5 cm diameter, 62.5 cm high.

Sold for £140

Lot 1443

A Georgian pine cricket table, of typical form with angled legs and low stretchers, diameter 62.5 cm.

Sold for £260

Lot 1444

A Gordon Russell & Son oak sideboard/buffet, the rectangular top with chamfered edges and supported upon inverted tapering octagonal supports above five short drawers with ebony handles flanked by panelled doors upon short feet, with applied Russell & Son, Broadway, Worcester label verso. 98.5 cm wide, 100 cm high, 44.5 cm deep (see illustration).

Sold for £1900

Lot 1445

A large walnut framed armchair, with tapestry back and seat with carved front rail and raised on paw feet with castors beneath. Width across arms 67 cm, height to top of back 120 cm.

Sold for £180

Lot 1446

A Georgian style serpentine fronted side table, early 20th century, having a well figured top above a single drawer with brass lion mask and beaded handles, all upon square tapering legs. 93 cm wide, 72 cm high, 50 cm deep.

Sold for £110

Lot 1447

An early 19th century mahogany bowfront corner washstand, with shaped gallery and apron, the lower tier with a single drawer. Width 69 cm, height 104.5 cm.

Sold for £42

Lot 1448

An Edwardian mahogany open bookcase, with slightly recessed upper two shelves and raised on silhouette supports. Width 131 cm, height 153 cm.

Sold for £240

Lot 1449

A French marble topped three drawer commode, early 20th century, with gilt metal mounts, cast bellflower ring handles and rococo style escutcheons, all upon gilt metal mounted cabriole legs. 101 cm wide, 84.5 cm high, 47 cm deep (see illustration).

Sold for £300

Lot 1450

A George III oak tilt top tripod table, the circular top upon turned stem on three downswept feet. 86 cm diameter, 71 cm high.

Sold for £80

Lot 1451

A late Victorian oak dining table, with wind out action and two leaves, with canted corners and raised on turned legs terminating in castors. Length including leaves 228 cm, width 119 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 1452

A mid 18th century oak longcase clock by John Sanderson, Wigton, made for a Mr John Skelton circa 1741. The hood with flat top and opening door with half round dial beading. With long trunk door with original hinges and fastener. The brass plates have the owner details JMS and 1741. The movement has four turned pillars anchor escapement and is rack striking. The dial is 12" and is without spandrels. There is an engraved centre with inset moon dial and half round date dial. The floral engraved centre has a border and owners inscription John Skelton. Height 206 cm. NOTE: John Sanderson was born in 1671. His output was principally 30 hour clocks with only a few eight day. He died in 1748, further information can be found in Penfolds "Clockmakers of Cumberland" pages 81-84 and "Brass Dial Clocks" by Brian Loomes pages 392-409.

Sold for £1500

Lot 1453

A late Victorian rosewood ladies bureau, with brass gallery and slope front painted with a courting couple with fitted interior and raised on cabriole legs terminating in sabot feet. Width 65 cm.

Sold for £85

Lot 1454

An Edwardian inlaid mahogany and satinwood crossbanded dumbwaiter, with rear upstand, two drawers, open shelf and pair of cupboard doors, all raised on short turned legs terminating in castors. Width 106 cm.

Sold for £280

Lot 1455

A Victorian mahogany bedside cabinet, with three quarter gallery and single door with applied mouldings opening to shelves. Width 52 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 1456

A Victorian brass bed head and foot, with mother of pearl panels, with side irons and bed base. Width 54 ins, length 75 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £540

Lot 1457

A 19th century mahogany bowfronted chest of four drawers, with brass drop handles with circular backplates, shaped apron beneath and raised on splayed bracket feet. Width 75 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 1458

An Edwardian satinwood side cabinet, with rear upstand and pair of glazed cupboard doors all raised on tapered legs of square section united by stretchers and low circular shelf. Width 51 cm.

Sold for £240

Lot 1459

An Edwardian style bergere painted parlour suite, comprising settee and two armchairs with double caned backs, loose cushions and raised on slightly splayed front legs, settee width 95 cm.

Sold for £500

Lot 1460

A George III mahogany turnover top demi lune tea table, with moulded edge and recessed boxwood strung frieze and raised on tapered legs of moulded section. Width 99 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 1461

A pair of 19th century cast iron garden urns, the everted rim with cast leaf decoration, all on a part gadrooned body, with circular foot on a square mount. Height 72 cm.

Sold for £300

Lot 1462

A George III oak tallboy, in two sections with moulded cornice above two short and three long graduated drawers and with three further drawers to the base with brass drop handles and lock escutcheons and all raised on bracket feet. Width at cornice 120 cm.

Sold for £200

Lot 1463

A 19th century mahogany bow front chest of drawers, comprising two short over three long graduated and cockbeaded drawers with brass drop handles and embossed shell backplates, all upon bracket feet. 102.5 cm wide, 103.5 cm high, 51 cm deep.

Sold for £130

Lot 1464

An Edwardian mahogany framed cheval mirror, with bevelled glass and square upright with turned finials. Width 61 cm.

Sold for £180

Lot 1465

A George III oak dresser, with six short spice drawers above a breakfront base with a series of drawers and two panelled cupboard doors with quarter fluted columns and panelled sides, all upon short stile feet, with later boarded plate rack. 184 cm wide, 207.5 cm high, 51 cm deep (see illustration).

Sold for £500

Lot 1466

An oak hall table, with two cushioned drawers with brass drop handles and raised on twist supports united by stretchers. Width 122 cm.

Sold for £160

Lot 1467

A mahogany wine table, early 20th century, with circular top with applied moulded edge upon a slender turned stem with three downswept feet, diameter 29 cm, height 51 cm.

Sold for £35

Lot 1468

A George III style mahogany wardrobe, late 19th century, with moulded pediment with well figured frieze above two panelled doors with well figured oval centres and inlaid borders enclosing hanging rail and hooks all above a single drawer in turn above splayed bracket feet. Width 125 cm, height 211.5 cm, depth 56 cm.

Sold for £300

Lot 1469

A gilt wood and composition framed mirror, with bevelled glass with shaped pediment with swag and fruit moulded frame. Width 90 cm, height 164 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £140

Lot 1470

A 19th century rosewood Davenport, with three quarter blind gallery above the writing surface and with pen and ink short drawer above a fretwork cupboard door opening to reveal four short drawers and with barley twist supports to the front. Width 66 cm, height 86 cm, depth 58 cm.

Lot 1471

An 18th century oak longcase clock with movement by Joseph Monkhous (sic) 1765, thirty hour and with 11.25" square dial.

Lot 1472

A late Victorian oak inlaid hall bench, circa 1880, the top rail with central rosette carved pediment above three Florentine style inlaid panels, with channel moulded arm rests above a solid seat in turn above turned and block legs united by a moulded stretcher with turned spindles. 91 cm wide, 105.5 cm high, 46 cm deep.

Sold for £380

Lot 1473

An 18th century oak gate legged dining table, the single gate with rounded ends and raised on turned legs united by stretchers. Length 177 cm, width 148 cm.

Sold for £290

Lot 1474

A mid 18th century oak and walnut crossbanded longcase clock by James Gandy Cockermouth circa 1750, with caddy top and turned side pillars. With long trunk door with double arched top, the base being raised on small bracket feet. The movement is eight day and hour striking. Dial 11¾" square with silvered chapter ring and with seconds and date dials. Height 214 cm. NOTE: James Gandy was one of the best known makers in the Cockermouth region. He was famous for making several musical and astronomical clocks. He was born circa 1700 and died in Cockermouth in 1779.

Sold for £1500

Lot 1475

A mahogany framed cheval mirror, with stepped arched top and moulded mirror frame with angled supports and turned finials and raised on downswept legs. Width 40 cm.

Sold for £120

Lot 1476

An Edwardian inlaid mahogany kneehole dressing table, with three quarter gallery, moulded edge above a series of frieze drawers with brass drop handles with circular backplates and raised on tapered legs of square section terminating in spade feet. Width 122 cm.

Sold for £300

Lot 1477

A mahogany framed cheval mirror, with bevelled glass and of slim form with serpentine shaped top. Mirror frame width 34 cm.

Sold for £170

Lot 1478

A pair of Queen Anne style wing armchairs, one green the other pink, raised on carved cabriole legs terminating in hairy paw feet. Width across arms 80 cm, height 104 cm.

Sold for £400

Lot 1479

A George III mahogany and satinwood banded chest of drawers, four long graduated with brass drop handles with oval back plates and raised on splayed bracket feet. Width 84.5 cm.

Sold for £260

Lot 1480

A pair of reconstituted stone heraldic lions, 20th century, on a square base. Height 82 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 1481

An antique walnut chest of drawers, raised on a later stand with quarter veneered boxwood and ebony strung top with crossbanded edge above two short and two long graduated drawers with brass drop handles with shaped backplates and lock escutcheons with moulding below and raised on turned legs united by stretchers. Width 97 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £620

Lot 1482

An early 19th century mahogany washstand, the hinged top above a dummy drawer above a cupboard door and single drawer, all upon turned legs. Width 51 cm, height 86.5 cm, depth 45.5 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 1483

A Georgian mahogany bedside commode, in the Gillows style raised on square legs. Width 56 cm.

Sold for £320

Lot 1484

A Victorian footstool, with stuffover upholstered top supported upon four scrolling cabriole legs, 44 cm wide, 31 cm high, 42 cm deep.

Sold for £35

Lot 1485

A Maple & Co. mahogany and inlaid freestanding corner cupboard, circa 1900, of serpentine form with glazed upper section housing two fixed shelves with material lining above the base with cupboard doors enclosing two shelves, all on splayed bracket feet, with Maple & Co. ivorine label. Width 78.5 cm, height 187.5 cm.

Sold for £220

Lot 1486

A Victorian cast iron pub table, by Gaskell & Chambers, Preston, with mahogany top. diameter 65 cm.

Sold for £110

Lot 1487

A George III mahogany sideboard, with a central oak lined drawer flanked by a cellarette drawer and two short drawers each with bronze leaf and berry handles interspersed with inlaid paterae, all upon square tapering and boxwood strung legs terminating in spade feet. 155 cm wide, 93 cm high, 68 cm deep.

Sold for £400

Lot 1488

A George III mahogany chest of drawers, with well figured top with moulded edge above two short and three long graduated and cockbeaded drawers each with brass knob handles and shaped backplates and all on shaped bracket feet. Width 120 cm, depth 50 cm.

Sold for £280

Lot 1489

An Edwardian dark stained towel rail, with shaped and turned end supports united by plain rails above a platform base. Width 71 cm, height 100 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 1490

A pair of gilt painted wooden armchairs, in the Louis XVI style, with woolwork tapestry backs, seats and arms and raised on turned and fluted legs. Width across arms 67 cm, height to top of backs 107 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £350

Lot 1491

A 19th century oak corner table, the top with rounded edge supported on turned tapering legs. Width 110.5 cm, height 85 cm, depth 50 cm.

Sold for £200

Lot 1492

A Victorian mahogany extending dining table, circular when closed and with four turned supports and quatreform base raised on bun feet. Diameter 132 cm with two leaves adding a further 125 cm.

Sold for £280

Lot 1493

An early 19th century mahogany turnover top tea table, the rectangular top with rounded corners with carved and turned column on quadripartite base with four downswept legs with foliate carved knees terminating in brass capped castors. Width 91 cm, height 75.5 cm.

Sold for £240

Lot 1494

A Victorian marquetry circular centre table, quarter veneered, with moulded edge, snap action and raised on a foliate carved centre column with four downswept legs terminating in scroll feet. Diameter 141 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £820

Lot 1495

A fine and rare astronomical oak and mahogany longcase clock by Edward Harriman Workington circa 1760-1770, with broken arch pediment and tapered pillars to the hood, with oak door crossbanded in elm and with Corinthian columns, the base with canted corners crossbanded in mahogany and raised on a plinth. Dial width 13", height 18½". The arch accommodates the astronomical work. Within and below the arch is a large ring approximately 8½" in diameter. This intersects the chapter ring. The periphery is marked in degrees to show the suns position in the heavens and engraved Amplitude Occa with effigies of the sun preceding these captions. Between the outer and inner ring a rotating disc carries the sun. The disc has a blue ground and is decorated with clouds. Between the two rings are shutters which are decorated with scenes of people, buildings and horses. These rise and fall throughout the year so that the sun always rises and sets at the correct time and pointers attached to the shutters give the actual time when this occurs. The left side of the inner ring is marked in degrees to show the suns declination north or south of the equator and right side indicates the sign of the zodiac. Within the inner ring the moon rotates with a silvered scale at its periphery and below the moon two globes are depicted with fine floral engraving. Height 88" (225 cm). NOTE: Edward Harriman was born circa 1700 in the Crosby area and was married in 1729. He moved to Workington in the early 1730's and made a few special clocks with astronomical dials and globe moons. He died in Workington in 1776 (see illustration).

Sold for £9800

Lot 1496

A cheval mirror, with stepped arched top and moulded frame with angled uprights with brass finials. Width 44 cm.

Sold for £120

Lot 1497

A George III mahogany hanging corner cupboard, with dogtooth cornice above a glazed door enclosing green painted shelves flanked by canted angles. width 75 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 1498

A George III style mahogany tripod table, with Chippendale border and snap action to turned column with three downswept legs terminating in claw and ball feet. Diameter 53 cm.

Lot 1499

A Windsor wheelback armchair, large form, with solid seat and raised on turned legs. Seat width 54 cm, height to top of back 115 cm.

Sold for £220

Lot 1500

A pair of Victorian mahogany stools, each with stuffover top and raised on turned tapered legs. Width 48 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 1501

A George III mahogany crossbanded chest of drawers, four long graduated with brass drop handles with oval back plates and raised on splayed bracket feet. Width 62 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 1502

A reconstituted stone model of a Terracotta Warrior, 20th century, wearing a headdress and armour, with inscription by his feet, on a separate square plinth. Overall height 131 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 1503

An antique walnut chest of drawers, with three short above three long drawers with brass drop handles and lock escutcheons with moulding below and raised on bracket feet. Width 103 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £280

Lot 1504

A Victorian mahogany button back armchair, upholstered in gold material with part showframe raised on cabriole legs terminating in brass castors.

Sold for £95

Lot 1505

A Mouseman style craftsman made stool, of shaped outline raised on faceted legs. Width 34 cm.

Lot 1506

A Stained ash and elm spindle back Windsor armchair, with dished seat supported upon turned legs with crinoline stretcher. Width 50 cm, height 102 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 1507

An oak stool, with hinged top, fruiting vine carved frieze and raised on tapered legs. Width 46 cm.

Sold for £55

Lot 1508

A late Victorian carved oak open bookcase, with foliate carved pediment above a moulded and carved edge with fixed shelves upon a plinth base. 107 cm wide, 125 cm high, 28 cm deep.

Sold for £130

Lot 1509

A pair of Georgian style mahogany urn stands, 20th century, each with rectangular top with shaped gallery above a short slide and raised on splayed square tapering legs united by an X shaped stretcher. Width 45.5 cm, height 75 cm, depth 42 cm.

Sold for £400

Lot 1510

A pair of gilt painted wooden framed armchairs, with deep buttoned backs and loose cushions, with foliate and scroll carved showframes raised on front cabriole legs. Width across front of arms 69 cm, height to top of back 93 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 1511

A wall mounted oak snooker scoreboard, with beaded and blind fretwork decoration above sliding doors with coloured ivory roundels, a Ferranti clock to the centre and further rotating and fixed scores with ivory markers and knops. Width 105 cm, height 58.5 cm.

Sold for £620

Lot 1512

A set of two carver arm and six single 19th century mahogany dining chairs, with slightly bowed top rails with carved pediments, with triple vertical splat backs and solid seats upholstered in green velvet type material, raised on tapered legs of square section terminating in spade feet (see illustration).

Sold for £300

Lot 1513

A simulated bamboo window seat, 20th century, having a stuffover buttoned brown leather top with Japanese inspired frame, all upon turned tapering legs united by a turned stretcher. Width 90 cm, height 64 cm, depth 39 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £240

Lot 1514

An oak pedestal desk, circa 1900, with three frieze drawers and three further drawers to each pedestal, all raised on a plinth base with recessed castors. Width 122 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 1515

A George III mahogany longcase clock circa 1800 by Joseph Craig Maryport, the swans neck pediment above a pierced fretwork panel around an eagle and ball finial and with dentil cornice above a fluted frieze with arched cushioned moulded door flanked by Corinthian columns with brass capitals. The trunk with similar dentil work and fluted band above a Gothic shaped door inlaid with boxwood and ebony stringing flanked by canted angles and with further inlaid decoration above a moulded base raised on ogee bracket feet. With eight day striking movement and 13" painted dial with subsidiary dates and seconds dials and with painted moon phase with calibrated scale. Height including finial 95½" (239 cm). NOTE: Joseph Craig Clockmaker of Lancaster married Mary Watson of Lancaster. He was born in Cumberland circa 1760. He appears to have been working in Maryport towards the end of the 18th century and the early part of the 19th century. He died in 1845 (see illustration).

Lot 1516

A pair of bedside cabinets, each with bowed front and single drawer with open aperture and raised on cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. Width 40 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 1517

A large Anglo-Indian Thakat coffee table, rectangular, with metal bindings and raised on turned legs with metal brackets. 160 cm x 90 cm x 47 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 1518

A mahogany bookcase on cupboard, narrow form, with stepped top, single drawer and cupboard and raised on bracket feet. Width 37.5 cm, height 104 cm.

Sold for £120

Lot 1519

An oak Arts & Crafts style cupboard, with three quarter gallery and pair of cupboard doors, with open interior and raised on a base with four legs and stretchers. Width 56 cm.

Sold for £220

Lot 1520

A set of two carver arm and eight single 19th century mahogany Chippendale style dining chairs, with pierced splat backs, drop in seats upholstered in pink linen and raised on moulded legs of square section (see illustration).

Sold for £1300

Lot 1521

A pair of Edwardian mahogany torcheres, with circular top and foliate carved columns with three downswept legs terminating in paw feet. Diameter 30 cm, height 117 cm.

Sold for £280

Lot 1522

A Bevan Funnell "Reprodux" mahogany writing desk, 20th century, with serpentine front and gilt tooled leather writing surface, the central drawer flanked by four bowfront drawers all upon short cabriole legs. 114.5 cm wide, 74.5 high, 54 cm deep.

Sold for £110

Lot 1523

A Victorian Britannia pub table, with oak top and cast iron base. Diameter 65 cm.

Lot 1524

An early Victorian rosewood veneered glazed bookcase, the top with tooled leather writing surface above a glazed door enclosing three adjustable shelves and flanked by pilasters with foliate finials all upon a plinth base. 84.5 cm wide, 110 cm high, 31.3 cm deep.

Sold for £130

Lot 1525

An Italian style bone veneered chest of drawers, 20th century, the rectangular top with black stencilled foliate decoration above two short and two long drawers with similar decoration and turned handles, all on shaped legs. Width 91 cm, height 75 cm, depth 40.5 cm.

Sold for £420

Lot 1526

A pair of gilt painted and wooden armchairs, the backs arms and seat upholstered in gold coloured velvet type material and all raised on carved and turned front legs. Width across arms 62 cm, height of top of back 105 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £130

Lot 1527

A pair of French style marble topped bedside chests, early 20th century, of slightly bombe form, with bronzed metal mounts and all upon slender cabriole legs. Width 43.5 cm, height 76 cm.

Sold for £340

Lot 1528

A Victorian mahogany chess table, the circular top upon a turned stem with foliate knop, all upon three foliate scrolling downswept legs. Diameter 57 cm, height 73.5 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 1529

A Victorian rosewood music seat, with fixed top, carved column and three downswept legs terminating in scroll feet. Height 53 cm, diameter 36 cm.

Sold for £90

Lot 1530

A pair of mahogany and walnut cabinets, each with single panelled door and brass handle raised on turned legs. Width 36 cm.

Sold for £300

Lot 1531

A Regency style mahogany tripod table, the circular top with moulded edge supported by a turned and reeded column with three downswept legs terminating in spade feet. Diameter 67 cm.

Sold for £48

Lot 1532

An Edwardian mahogany centre table, circular and inlaid with bellflower and scrolls raised on tapered legs of square section united by a low shelf. Diameter 76.5 cm.

Sold for £190

Lot 1533

An early 18th century walnut side chair, with serpentine splat drop in seat and raised on cabriole front legs united by a series of shaped stretchers. Width across legs 56 cm, height to top of back 111 cm.

Sold for £280

Lot 1534

A Victorian and Japanese lacquered rattan bamboo side table, the top with lacquered crane and peony decoration with a lower tier with a single bird. 62 cm wide, 70 cm high, 36.5 cm deep.

Sold for £95

Lot 1535

WITHDRAWN - A bijouterie table, oval, with inlaid top and sabot feet.

Lot 1536

A French demi lune side table, with white marble top and pierced brass gallery above a single drawer with gilt metal mounts above a parquetry lower tier, all supported upon four slender legs terminating in gilt metal mounts. Width 63 cm, height 75 cm, depth 32.5 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 1537

A Regency mahogany inverted bowfront sideboard, with boxwood and ebony stringing, the central concave drawer with burrwood and ebony strung panel flanked by lion mask and ring handles with bone escutcheons, with a cupboard drawer on the left and cellarette drawer on the right each formed as false drawers with lion paw and ring handles, all on turned and tapering reeded legs. Width 226 cm, height 99 cm, depth 80.5 cm (see illustration).

Lot 1538

A gilt painted wooden framed settee, with tapestry back and seat and all raised on turned tapered fluted front legs. Width across arms 161 cm, height 110 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 1539

A mahogany serpentine fronted side table, having a moulded edge above a single drawer with cast serpent handles and foliate backplates, all upon channel moulded and interior chamfered legs. 76 cm wide, 72 cm high, 45 cm deep.

Lot 1540

A Victorian Prie Dieu chair, upholstered in blue tartan upon rosewood cabriole front legs terminating in paw feet. 49 cm wide, 98 cm high.

Sold for £30

Lot 1541

A 19th century pitch pine double sided museum display case with glazed hinged lids, 182.5 cm wide, 28 cm high, 141 cm deep.

Sold for £100

Lot 1542

A Regency style mahogany bowfronted chest of drawers, with slide above two short and two long graduated drawers with brass swans neck drop handles and raised on bracket feet. Width 68 cm.

Lot 1543

A walnut framed cheval mirror, with angled uprights with turned finials and raised on bellflower and shell carved cabriole legs terminating in castors. Width 44.5 cm.

Sold for £160

Lot 1544

A Victorian pub table by Gaskell & chambers, circa 1890, with mahogany top and cast iron base. Diameter 66 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 1545

An Elliott of London eight day lever Westminster & Whittington chime grandmother clock, in walnut veneered case, with three-train movement and panelled trunk and base. Height 162 cm.

Sold for £350

Lot 1546

An Edwardian walnut and maple gentleman's wardrobe, with detachable cornice with swans neck pediment above a mirror, four drawers and cupboard enclosing shelves and with plinth base. Width 124 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £500

Lot 1547

A Regency mahogany bergere armchair, with moulded showframe and upholstered arms, raised on turned front legs terminating in castors. Width across front of arms 61 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 1548

A Victorian satin birch adjustable reading table, the rectangular top with moulded edge upon a ring turned support. 75 cm wide, 40.5 cm deep.

Sold for £38

Lot 1549

No lot.

Lot 1550

A mahogany freestanding bookcase, early 20th century, having a three quarter shaped gallery back and with two fixed shelves all upon shaped feet. Width 53 cm, height 91 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 1551

A Victorian window stool, rectangular, with red upholstered stuffover top supported on carved and turned tapering legs terminating in brass castors. Width 122 cm, height 52 cm, depth 50 cm.

Sold for £280

Lot 1552

A gilt framed wooden settee, in the Louis XVI style, upholstered in gold striped material and raised on turned tapered fluted front legs. Width across arms 162 cm, height to top of back 92 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £140

Lot 1553

A Georgian style tan leather wing armchair, 20th century, with button back with shaped sides and applied brass stud decoration, all upon square legs united by a plain stretcher. 78 cm wide, 111 cm high.

Sold for £320

Lot 1554

An Edwardian mahogany circular nest of tables, with one large table and four quadrant tables. Large table diameter 61 cm.

Lot 1555

A George III mahogany serpentine fronted side table, with single drawer and raised on tapered legs of square section terminating in spade feet. Width 117 cm.

Sold for £85

Lot 1556

A Victorian pine nest of eight drawers, with wooden knob handles and raised on bracket feet. Width 125 cm, depth 34 cm, height 50 cm.

Sold for £380

Lot 1557

A Victorian walnut pier cabinet, with moulded ebonised edge above a single glazed door flanked by flat pilasters and raised on short bun feet. Width 75 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 1558

A walnut veneered Queen Anne style serpentine fronted chest of drawers, with flap to either side and raised on cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. Width 61 cm.

Sold for £110

Lot 1559

A French walnut ladies writing desk, 19th century, with shallow blind gallery above six short drawers in turn above a draw out tooled leather writing surface above a shaped drawer, raised on French cabriole leg. Width 86 cm, height 92.5 cm, depth 50 cm.

Sold for £170

Lot 1560

An 18th century oak mule chest, having a two plank top with moulded edge above a carved foliate frieze in turn above three moulded panels and two short drawers with brass knop handles, all upon stile feet. Width 130.5 cm, height 80.5 cm, depth 55.5 cm.

Sold for £320

Lot 1561

No lot.

Lot 1562

A George III mahogany chest of drawers, having a well figured top with moulded edge in turn above a brushing slide and two short and three long graduated and oak lined cock beaded drawers with brass swans neck handles, all supported upon bracket feet. 90 cm wide, 85 cm high, 41 cm deep.

Sold for £300

Lot 1563

A wrought iron and brass bakers rack, with scrolling decoration and brass bound borders and with four graduated tiers. Width 124 cm, height 216 cm, depth 43.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £980

Lot 1564

A French style walnut and kingwood commode chest of drawers, with marble top and bombe sides, fitted with two drawers with brass handles and all raised on cabriole legs terminating in sabot feet. Width 129 cm.

Lot 1565

An early 18th century style walnut veneered kneehole bureau, with book matched veneered top with herringbone stringing, the interior with a central cupboard door flanked by pigeonholes and small drawers with sliding well, all above the central kneehole cupboard flanked by three drawers and bracket feet. 76 cm wide, 99 cm high, 45.5 cm deep (see illustration).

Sold for £950

Lot 1566

A 19th century mahogany and boxwood strung cellarette, of rectangular form with twelve division interior, all upon shaped bracket feet and brass carrying handles to the side. 51 cm wide, 43.5 cm high, 37 cm deep.

Sold for £100

Lot 1567

A small oak tripod table, with circular top, turned column and three downswept legs terminating in pad feet. Diameter 43 cm.

Sold for £90

Lot 1568

An early 19th century mahogany Canterbury, three divisions and fitted with a single drawer with brass knob handles and raised on turned legs terminating in castors. Width 48 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £280

Lot 1569

A primitive three legged stool, with circular top and cricket type support. Height 32 cm.

Sold for £55

Lot 1570

An Edwardian mahogany two tier circular dumbwaiter, with revolving lower tier and raised on carved cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. Top tier diameter 48 cm, height 82 cm.

Sold for £120

Lot 1571

An Edwardian inlaid mahogany settee, with partially upholstered back and seat and raised on turned legs with stretchers. Width 110 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 1572

Four Victorian style smokers bow chairs, each with solid seat, raised on turned legs united by stretchers. Width across arms 68.5 cm, height to top of back 76 cm.

Sold for £400

Lot 1573

Two 19th century bedside cabinets, each with fixed tray type top and open aperture and raised on square legs. Widest 38.5 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 1574

A Georgian style wing armchair, late 19th/early 20th century, upholstered in a floral and light blue material and with horsehair filling, supported on front cabriole legs with claw and ball feet. Width 81 cm, height 104 cm.

Sold for £380

Lot 1575

A 19th century mahogany extending dining table, with piecrust edge supported upon cabriole legs with carved shell and foliate knees and with claw and ball feet, one spare leaf. Length 179 cm extended.

Lot 1576

No lot.

Lot 1577

An Edwardian satin birch vase table, the top painted to the centre with a Gainsborough style lady framed by bell flowers and ribbon swags, supported on square tapering legs with painted bell flower decoration and united by a shaped stretcher, diameter 35.5 cm, 71 cm high.

Sold for £110

Lot 1578

An early 19th century crossbanded maple breakfast table, the well figured top with rosewood crossbanding above an inverted apron all supported on triform column terminating in leafy scrolls on a conforming base with scroll feet with carved leaf decoration. Diameter 128.5 cm, height 72 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £1100

Lot 1579

A large gilt framed mirror, with bevelled glass with foliate moulded frame. 204 cm x 100 cm.

Sold for £420

Lot 1580

An unusual armchair constructed from horse hames, with leather back and seat. Width 60 cm, height 95 cm.

Sold for £350

Lot 1581

A Queen Anne style dwarf walnut tallboy, with two short over four long drawers with brass drop handles and all raised on cabriole legs with shell carved knees. Width 65 cm, height 100 cm.

Sold for £220

Lot 1582

A reproduction walnut bachelors chest, crossbanded and with turnover top and fitted with four frieze drawers with brass drop handles with shaped back plates and raised on bracket feet. Width 72 cm.

Sold for £170

Lot 1583

A primitive three legged stool, circular with angled legs. Diameter 28 cm.

Sold for £85

Lot 1584

A Reprodux miniature walnut tallboy, the top half with two short and three long graduated drawers, the base fitted with two short drawers and one long and all raised on bracket feet. Width 38 cm, height 76 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 1585

A carved oak monks bench, early 20th century, the rectangular top carved on both sides and supported on carved lion arm rests, with lift up seat and carved panel base. Width 106 cm.

Sold for £240

Lot 1586

No lot.

Lot 1587

An early 20th century mahogany bookcase on stand, with moulded pediment and blind fretwork decoration above astragal glazed doors above a single drawer with blind fretwork decoration and supported on square tapering legs terminating in spade feet united by an X shape stretcher. 76 cm wide, 172.5 cm high, 43 cm deep.

Sold for £120

Lot 1588

A 19th century and later four poster bed, with mahogany turned front supports supporting a pink folded linen canopy. Height +/- 245 cm, canopy width 174 cm.

Sold for £200

Lot 1589

A Continental style bedside commode cabinet, crossbanded and fitted with two frieze drawers to the bombe body with gilt metal mounts and raised on cabriole legs with sabot feet. Width 64 cm.

Lot 1590

A pair of French Empire style mahogany bedside chests, each with a well figured rectangular top above a frieze drawer in turn above two inset short drawers with gilt brass handles and flanked by plain columns with gilt metal mounts, all upon a concave platform base upon squat bun feet. Width 60 cm, height 69.5 cm, depth 35 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £380

Lot 1591

A mahogany wine table, the circular top with shaped edge supported by a turned column raised on three legs terminating in pad feet. Diameter 45 cm.

Sold for £10

Lot 1592

A Victorian American style rocking chair, beech, upholstered in green leather with studs, all raised on castors. Width across arms 59 cm, height to top of back 102 cm.

Sold for £170

Lot 1593

A Continental style walnut veneered vitrine, with single door, serpentine sides and raised on cabriole legs terminating in sabot feet.

Sold for £95

Lot 1594

A walnut crossbanded side table, with rounded corners, fitted with a single frieze drawer and raised on tapered turned fluted legs. Width 91.5 cm.

Lot 1595

A mahogany desk chair, upholstered in burgundy leather and with swivel action, raised on five legs with castors.

Sold for £60

Lot 1596

A Victorian etched glass pub mirror, decorated with a single central flower with scrolling fronds issuing to either side, with bevelled glass and within a later gilt pierced scroll frame, the glass 91 cm x 83.5 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 1597

A Georgian mahogany D shape side table, raised on square legs. Width 111.5 cm, height 72 cm, depth 55 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 1598

No lot.

Lot 1599

An early 19th century drop leaf worktable, the rectangular top with lip moulded edge above two short drawers, each with turned bun handles, the upper drawer with hinged writing surface and pull out pen and ink aperture, all supported upon tapering reeded legs. Width 87 cm (leaves open), 46 cm (leaves closed), height 70.5 cm, depth 53 cm.

Sold for £220

Lot 1600

A serpentine mahogany glazed bookcase on cupboard, 20th century, with moulded pediment with key and pendant decoration above the pointed arched glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, in turn above the cupboard base with reeded and canted corners on shaped bracket feet. Width 100 cm, height 171 cm, depth +/- 37 cm.