antiques & fine art sale

27th - 29th November 2019

Lot 1999

An oak refectory table, with rectangular top, moulded frieze, four bulbous turned legs and low stretchers. Length 212 cm, width 79 cm.

Lot 2000

A William IV candle stand, with circular top, turned column and triform base raised on short feet. Diameter 29 cm.

Sold for £40

Lot 2001

An oak sectional bookcase, in the style of Globe Wernicke, four sections, all glazed and raised on short feet. Width 128 cm, height 157 cm.

Sold for £240

Lot 2002

A French oak double bed, comprising a pair of side rails, bed head and foot, the head and foot of serpentine outline and with scroll carving and raised upon short foliate carved feet. Width 163 cm, height 165 cm (see illustration).

Lot 2003

A 19th century mahogany secretaire chest of drawers, with a well figured rectangular top above the secretaire drawer, the fitted interior of pigeonholes and drawers veneered in rosewood with boxwood crossbanding, the drawers with turned ivory handles, all above three graduated and cockbeaded oak lined drawers with turned bun handles, on splayed bracket feet. Width 120 cm, height 117 cm, depth 57 cm.

Sold for £200

Lot 2004

An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, with rear upstand, pair of glazed doors with wooden astragals and raised on tapered legs of square section. Width 101 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 2005

A Bridgecraft mahogany cocktail cabinet, with carved scroll pediment above well figured doors with decorative brass fitments opening to reveal an illuminated interior with pullout slide above cupboard doors, on cabriole legs with carved knees and a scroll and shell apron. Width 92 cm, height 160.5 cm, depth 50 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 2006

A Regency mahogany Campaign dining table, comprising two ends with rounded corners and two leaves supported on eight turned legs terminating in brass capped castors. Width 137 cm, length including centre leaves 292 cm (see illustration).

Lot 2007

WITHDRAWN - Carlo Bugatti (1856-1940), a rare pair of jardiniere stands, circa 1900, the square tops bordered with ebony and brass stringing above vellum panels set with inlaid bone, pewter and ebony roundels each with beaten copper centre and framed by inlaid star motifs, the legs wrapped in copper supported by a lower inlaid tier on square ebonised feet. Top width 25 cm, height 102 cm (see illustration).

Lot 2008

A 19th century mahogany Pembroke table, with well figured top with drop leaves and single oak lined drawer opposing a dummy drawer each with turned knob handles, all raised on turned tapering legs. Width 111 cm (leaves open), height 71 cm, depth 111 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 2009

A set of five George III mahogany dining chairs, one carver and four singles, with slightly arched top rails, channelled arm rests, horsehair filled upholstered stuffover seats with studwork decoration and on square tapering legs united by plain stretchers.

Sold for £50

Lot 2010

A good Victorian walnut veneered credenza, with well figured top above burrwood panels set to the centre with porcelain plaques depicting female busts, the central drawer with book matched veneer around a French porcelain panel within gilt metal mount and with tight burr and boxwood crossbanding and stringing, with glazed cabinets to either side with upholstered shelves, all flanked by inverted tapering burrwood columns with gilt metal Corinthian capitals and further boxwood and ebony stringing, all supported on turned ebonised feet. Width 178 cm, height 111 cm, depth 41 cm (see illustration).

Lot 2011

A George II oak cupboard on chest, having a moulded pediment with inlaid initials and star motif "ND 1754", the panelled doors opening to reveal hanging space above a series of five drawers with brass drop handles and shaped escutcheons, all resting upon bracket feet. 148 cm wide, 199.5 cm high, 52 cm deep (see illustration).

Sold for £500

Lot 2012

A Georgian mahogany chest of drawers, early 19th century, the top with crossbanded and boxwood strung edge above a series of drawers with cast wreath and lion mask handles with bone shield shape escutcheons, all upon shaped bracket feet. 124 cm wide, 109 cm high, 54 cm deep.

Sold for £160

Lot 2013

A Victorian mahogany framed button back armchair, the top rail with floral carved decoration leading to downswept channelled arm rests with stylised S scroll supports, with claret upholstery with horsehair filling and sprung seat, supported upon front scrolling legs terminating in brass castors. 46 cm wide, 98 cm high.

Sold for £180

Lot 2014

A Victorian style leather Chesterfield settee, deep buttoned and with two loose cushions, with studs around the arms and raised on bun feet. Width 220 cm, height 77 cm, depth 96 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £880

Lot 2015

A Reprodux nest of three oak tables, comprising a large rectangular topped table with two smaller examples beneath, all with turned legs. width 61.5 cm, height 46 cm, depth 36 cm.

Sold for £110

Lot 2016

A Victorian walnut veneered vitrine, crossbanded and with boxwood strung decoration with gilt metal mounts upon a plinth base with short turned feet. 116 cm wide, 108.5 cm high, 34 cm deep.

Lot 2017

A 19th century rosewood worktable, the top with canted corners and inverted bowfront opening to reveal a fitted interior with lidded compartments above a drawer out section, all supported upon slender cabriole legs united by a shaped stretcher. 50 cm wide, 74.5 cm high, 42 cm deep.

Sold for £70

Lot 2018

A George III mahogany turnover top tea table, the well figured top with moulded edge above a single oak lined drawer supported upon square tapering legs. 90 cm wide, 73.5 cm high, 43 cm deep.

Sold for £120

Lot 2019

A Victorian mahogany framed boudoir settee, having a shaped back rest, upholstered with horsehair and with sprung rectangular seat above a shaped base on bracket feet, 110 cm wide, 77 cm high, 54 cm deep.

Sold for £100

Lot 2020

A 19th century mahogany serpentine fronted sideboard, the crossbanded top with ebony and boxwood stringing above oak lined drawers and cupboard door inlaid with bats wings and stringing with cast oval handles with embossed classical urn backplate, all supported upon lozenge shaped tapering legs terminating in spade feet. 160.5 cm wide, 87 cm high, 56 cm deep.

Sold for £320

Lot 2021

A George III mahogany longcase clock circa 1800 by Joseph Craig of 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 95.5" (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).

Sold for £1900

Lot 2022

A Mouseman Thompson of Kilburn style golden oak refectory table base, early 20th century, the later rectangular top with rounded ends upon octagonal supports on sledge feet united by a plain stretcher. 230 cm long, 76 cm high, 79,5 cm deep.

Lot 2023

A Gothic inspired oak side table, early 20th century, having a well figured top above a long drawer with quatreform decoration and supported turned legs with ionic capitals and united by chamfered stretchers. 128 cm wide, 84 cm high, 56.5 cm deep.

Sold for £80

Lot 2024

A George III mahogany bureau, the fall front revealing a fitted interior with pigeonholes and drawers with central cupboard door above two short and three long graduated and cockbeaded drawers each with brass drop handles with shaped escutcheons, all upon shaped bracket feet. 111.5 cm wide, 105 cm high, 52.5 cm deep.

Sold for £100

Lot 2025

A set of eight George III style mahogany dining chairs, 19th century, comprising two carvers and six singles, with floral upholstered drop in seats, all supported upon square legs united by plain stretchers.

Sold for £320

Lot 2026

A good pair of oxblood leather button back wing armchairs, 20th century, with stud work decoration and all upon short cabriole legs. 91 cm wide, 108 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £650

Lot 2027

An Edwardian Sutherland table, of small proportions, the drop flaps with canted corners and supported upon turned legs and stretchers. 59 cm wide (leaves open), 14 cm wide (leaves closed), 56 cm high, 49 cm deep.

Lot 2028

An 18th century oak longcase clock, the arched brass dial inscribed for Thomas Sadler, Norwich, with Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, with eight day movement, the case later carved with sun mask and floral motifs. 242 cm high.

Lot 2029

A late 19th century George III style mahogany kneehole desk, the well figured top with moulded edge above a series of drawers and recessed cupboard door, all upon shaped bracket feet. width 83 cm, height 78 cm, depth 49.5 cm.

Lot 2030

A reproduction gilt framed mirror, with flowering vase pediment flanked by two Cupid reading and writing, all beneath leafy branches, the central bevelled glass within a beaded moulded border, further framed by glazed panels. 103 cm wide, 161.5 cm high.

Sold for £180

Lot 2031

A Victorian walnut veneered credenza, the well figured top with applied gilt metal beading in turn above a well figured and cross banded frieze and cupboard doors, each with French porcelain pastoral panels within gilt metal frames flanked by convex glazed doors, all between fluted columns with gilt metal Corinthian capitals and all above a plinth base with a gilt metal bell flower and bead mount. 200 cm wide, 107 cm high, 53 cm deep (see illustration).

Sold for £1050

Lot 2032

A Victorian mahogany chest of drawers, with moulded edge and rounded corners, above a series of three short and three long graduated drawers with wooden knob handles and all raised on bun feet. Width 116 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 2033

A Victorian well figured mahogany mirror back sideboard, the shaped back with turned orb finials and scrolling pilasters above the top with rounded corners with three oak lined drawers in turn above a recessed cupboard door, flanked to either side by panelled doors, all upon a plinth base. 212 cm wide, 160 cm high, 66 cm deep.

Lot 2034

A Regency pier glass, early 19th century, with inverted breakfront pediment above applied rosette and scrolls, the mirror with ebonised reeded slip flanked by pilasters, with applied foliate mouldings. 55 cm wide, 82 cm high.

Sold for £20

Lot 2035

A modern tan leather Victorian style Chesterfield two seater settee, with matching armchair, the cushions upholstered in Hamish pattern Harris tweed, the settee 158 cm wide, 77 cm high, 94 cm deep. The chair 115 cm wide.

Sold for £750

Lot 2036

A late 19th century Canadian walnut harmonium, by the Dominion Organ Co, Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada, retailed by Forsyth Brothers, sole agents to the United Kingdom, with decorative fretwork and burr wood panels, with carved corbals, together with a Victorian piano stool. 140 cm wide, 138 cm high.

Sold for £30

Lot 2037

A Victorian mahogany wind out extending dining table, with D shaped ends and moulded edge, all upon turned legs terminating in brass and ceramic castors, with two leaves. 266 cm (leaves in), 158.5 cm (leaves out), 141 cm deep, 76.5 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £550

Lot 2038

A Victorian mahogany pull out extending dining table, rectangular top with rounded corners and moulded edge supported upon four turned legs and terminating in brass and ceramic castors and with two spare leaves. 152 cm (leaves out), 219 cm wide (leaves in), 134.5 cm deep, 73.5 cm high.

Lot 2039

A George III mahogany drop leaf dining table, with rectangular flaps and raised on six tapered legs of square section. Width 108 cm, length open 148 cm.

Lot 2040

An early 20th century dark stained oak glazed display cabinet, the glazed door and sides with bevelled glass enclosing three fixed shelves with upholstered interior and with applied scroll and foliate decoration, all upon turned tapering legs. Width 87 cm, height 166 cm, depth 41.5 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 2041

A 19th century mahogany kneehole desk, with brown tooled leather writing surface above a kneehole drawer and four further drawers to either side with brass drop handles and raised on a plinth base. Width 119 cm.

Lot 2042

A late Regency/William IV mahogany dining table, comprising two ends and two leaves, each end raised on a quatreform base with scroll feet and castors. Width 142 cm, length including leaves 256 cm, height to underside of top 70 cm (see illustration).

Lot 2043

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 2044

An American mahogany desk chair manufactured by Classic Upholstery New Jersey, the back and seat upholstered in brown leather. Width across arms 68 cm, height 83 cm.

Lot 2045

A set of six George III country oak Chippendale style splat back dining chairs, with solid seats and tapered legs of square section.

Lot 2046

Carlo Bugatti (1856-1940), a rare pair of jardiniere stands, circa 1900, the square tops bordered with ebony and brass stringing above vellum panels set with inlaid bone, pewter and ebony roundels each with beaten copper centre and framed by inlaid star motifs, the legs wrapped in copper supported by a lower inlaid tier on square ebonised feet. Top width 25 cm, height 102 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £2000