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682 Kashan woollen carpet, the ivory field centred with a sage green medallion and sage green palmette border, size approx. 295cm x 195cm

Sold for £460
Lot: 682
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683 Edwardian fiddle back mahogany and satinwood banded kidney shaped kneehole desk, having a gilt tooled brown leather inset top over a configuration of four flame mahogany small graduated drawers at each side flanking a central kneehole drawer, each with cast brass ring handles, raised on tapered square section legs with spade toes, width 121cm, depth 64cm, height 77cm

Sold for £550
Lot: 683
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684 Hamadan woollen rug, central blue hexagonal pole medallion against a red ground dispersed with stylised flowerheads, size approx. 174cm x 96cm

Sold for £70
Lot: 684
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685 Attractive black japanned side table, the top decorated with an Oriental landscape detailed with a figure riding an elephant, in gilt against a black ground, and fitted with three small drawers with gilt lattice detail and shaped apron, raised on turned legs united by stretchers and with ball feet, width 87cm, depth 48cm, height 81cm

Sold for £240
Lot: 685
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688 Oak and mahogany eight day longcase clock by Holford Richardson, Tarporley, early 19th Century, the hood with swan neck pediment over a frieze with a shell inlay over brass capped reeded columns flanking a 13.5'' painted square dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and date dial, signed and with painted figural spandrels emblematic of the four seasons, the movement striking on a bell, over a trunk with reeded pilasters flanking a crossbanded door, over a canted box base with raised moulded panel and short bracket feet, height 220cm
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Sold for £240
Lot: 688
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689 Quality Edwardian mahogany domed top bookcase in the Georgian style, circa 1905, fitted with two astragal glazed doors opening to adjustable shelves over a base fitted with two moulded flame mahogany panel cupboard doors opening to a single shelf, raised on splayed bracket feet, width 114cm, height 232cm

Sold for £460
Lot: 689
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690 Oak and mahogany banded thirty hour longcase clock by T Mawkes, Belper, the hood centred with a winged eagle brass finial and reeded columns flanking a painted 13'' arched dial with Britannia to the arch, painted Arabic numerals, with date aperture, the movement striking on a bell, over a trunk with reeded quarter pilasters flanking a crossbanded door, over a box base with bracket feet, height 228cm
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Sold for £110
Lot: 690
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692 Early Victorian mahogany framed and upholstered settee, circa 1845, upholstered throughout in a blue striped floral print fabric, with acanthus carved foliate forearms, raised on carved inverted baluster legs with brass cup castors, width 216cm, depth 86cm

Sold for £440
Lot: 692
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693 Oak joined press cupboard, late 17th Century with later carved embellishments, the moulded frieze carved with guilloche and centred with conjoined initials and a date '1731', over a central inlaid arched panel with figural caryatids, flanked by carved recessed panel and inlaid cupboard doors, further flanked with caryatids, the base with two inlaid triple panel cupboard doors bordered with guilloche and opening to a single shelf, all raised on stile feet, width 147cm, height 168cm, depth 55cm

Sold for £340
Lot: 693
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695 Kashan woollen carpet, fawn field with a central sage green palmette medallion, similar spandrels and a sage green palmette border, size approx. 384cm x 272cm

Sold for £720
Lot: 695
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697 Late 17th Century joined oak side chair, probably Derbyshire, having a moulded recessed panel back above two arches, later solid seat, raised on bobbin turned forelegs and stretcher, height 95cm, width 49cm

Sold for £18
Lot: 697
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699 Mahogany and brass inlaid dial timepiece, circa 1780-1800 and later, the octagonal case with brass foliate inlaid reserves bordering a painted 10'' dial with Roman numerals, later fusee movement, 39cm diameter
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Sold for £280
Lot: 699
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