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Selected Ceramics, Silver, Jewellery, Objets d'Art, Paintings and Furniture. Viewing by appointment (please phone 01244 681311) 6-8 September as per published times. Condition reports available on request.
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Lot 561Regency rosewood and brass inlaid folding pedestal card table, circa 1820, the top inlaid with brass stringing and with anthemion details, opening to a green baize playing surface, the frieze further inlaid with anthemion, raised on a waisted rectangular column on four brass inlaid sabre legs with cast brass toes and castors, width 91cm, depth 45.5cm, height 74cm.
Lot 563North Wales oak dresser, circa 1820, having a boarded plate rack with dentil carved cornice and three shelves, over a base fitted with three short upper drawers centred with three faux drawers with two panelled cupboard doors, opening to a later shelf, raised on stile supports, width 141cm, height 206cm, depth 49cm.
Lot 564Victorian mahogany dressing chest, by Howarth's, Manchester, having a canted rectangular mirror with carved crest supported on acanthus carved brackets with single jewellery drawers at either side, the base fitted with two short and two long graduated drawers with turned wooden knobs, raised on a plinth base, width 124cm, depth 57cm, height 180cm.
Lot 568George IV rosewood and mahogany sewing table, the rectangular top with canted corners over a single frieze drawer, with pleated silk well beneath, raised on supports united by a tulip carved stretcher, all raised on reeded bun feet with concealed castors, width 61cm, depth 45.5cm, height 73cm.
Lot 581George IV mahogany pedestal folding tea table, circa 1825-30, the folding top opening to a polished surface, acanthus carved bracket frieze on a concave moulded square section column over a quatreform base with acanthus carved scroll feet with concealed castors, width 92cm, depth 46cm, height 74cm.
Lot 583Fine Waring & Gillow Ltd mahogany breakfront library bookcase, in Chippendale Revival style, the centre with a domed dentil cornice and acanthus and foliate carved detail frieze, over four astragal glazed doors opening to adjustable shelves, the base centred with a long frieze drawer with carved foliate detailing, over two moulded panel cupboard doors with quarter veneers opening to a single shelf, flanked on either side with a further short drawer and conforming cupboard door, gadrooned carved apron beneath, raised on waisted ogee bracket feet, all drawers mahogany lined, stamped 'Waring & Gillow Ltd' and numbered 'L66990', the locks stamped 'Gillows Lancaster' width 231cm, height 218cm, depth 44cm.
Lot 586Good George III oak and mahogany dresser and plate rack, Cheshire circa 1780-1800, having a dentil cornice with a carved blind frieze over three shelves with later boarded back, within fluted pilasters, over a base centred with a short drawer crossbanded with mahogany, and two cupboard doors, each with blind fretwork spandrels and crossbanding and centred with an inlaid star motif, flanked on either side with three further short drawers all with brass swan neck handles and within quarter reeded pilasters, width 209cm, height 216cm, depth 51cm.
Lot 588Victorian burr walnut mirror back credenza, the back with caved foliate bordered arched mirror, over a marble topped base with a central fretwork panel flanked on either side with mirrored doors on the angle, opening to shelves, all raised on a plinth base, width 135cm, depth 44cm, height 164cm.
Lot 590Victorian burr walnut and inlaid credenza, circa 1850-70, breakfront with a central inlaid recessed panel door flanked with gilt ormolu appliques and with a convex glazed door to either side opening to velvet covered shelves, all raised on a plinth base, width 173cm, depth 39cm, height 107cm.
Lot 592Late George III mahogany gentleman's washstand, having an opening top revealing a pull up vanity mirror and recesses for toiletries, over a false drawer to the front and two pot cupboard doors beneath and a lower pull out drawer, all raised on chamfered square section legs united by a cross stretcher, width 52.5cm, depth 38cm, height 93cm.
Lot 595Welsh bardic carved oak chair, circa 1900-10, the top rail carved with acanthus and foliate scrolls and surmounted with Prince of Wales feathers, over a recessed panel back carved with a rampant dragon within oak leaf trails and the three sacred lines of Jehovah, solid seat with open arms, carved frieze and tapered square section legs, width 63cm, height 133cm, depth 60cm.
Lot 596Victorian lady's burr walnut and inlaid work table, shaped top with quarter veneers inlaid with boxwood foliate scrolls and tramlines, opening to a fitted interior with pull up gilt tooled leather writing slope, pen trays and recesses for inkwells, the front with a pull out drawer and well, raised on turned baluster supports united by a turned stretcher, carved cabriole legs with white pot castors, width 62cm, depth 41.5cm, height 72cm.
Lot 597Victorian walnut and inlaid breakfront side cabinet, having a boxwood inlaid frieze with bellflower trails, over a central recessed panel cupboard door, inlaid and flanked with ormolu mounts and opening to red velvet covered interior with a single shelf, flanked on either side with a glazed door opening to two further shelves, all raised on a plinth base, width 137.5cm, depth 39cm, height 102cm.
Lot 601French walnut and marquetry square drop leaf table, the top profusely inlaid with a floral bouquet over quarter veneers and broad crossbanding, with four shaped drop leaves edged with brass, raised on slender cabriole legs with brass sabots (one deficient), width 54cm, height 73cm.
Lot 602Sheraton Revival mahogany and satinwood sewing table, canted rectangular form with a pull up screen (originally fabric covered), pull out side drawer with comparted interior and pull out slide beneath (originally a pleated fabric well), raised on tapered square section legs united by a platform stretcher, and small brass castors, width 53cm, depth 40cm, height 68cm.
Lot 604Unusual oak dresser and plate rack, converted from an old French school desk, having a back with two shelves beneath a moulded cornice, the base comprised of a set of three conjoined desks with brass hinges, the interior having French students' inked 'graffiti', all raised on block supports united by a stretcher, width 156cm, height 178cm.
Lot 618Victorian mahogany cylinder front bureau bookcase, circa 1870, ogee moulded cornice over two arched glazed panel doors opening to adjustable shelves, the base with a pull out cylinder secretaire fitted with maple faced drawers and pigeonholes, with lift up writing slope, over two arched moulded panel cupboard doors beneath opening to a shelf, all raised on a plinth base, width 130cm, height 232cm, depth 60cm.