Miniature or child’s Regency campaign bed

Miniature or child’s Regency campaign bed

An extremely rare English George III / Regency period brass bound mahogany campaign bed. With folding base that contains the legs,  columns and tester tent top frame. The legs and columns numbered, screwing into steel threads with brass mounts. The whole secured by brass urn finials.

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Regency mahogany cutlery tray

Regency mahogany cutlery tray

A nicely patinated Regency period cutlery carrying tray, felt lined with an arched brass handle.

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Carved stone head of an Ibis c. 1760

Carved stone head of an Ibis c. 1760

A well carved stone door bracket, with stepped capital, the bracket formed as a carved Ibis, on modern steel gallery bracket and stand.

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Tasmanian Colonial period cedar end of a sectional table c. 1825

Tasmanian Colonial period cedar end of a sectional table c. 1825

A very original Tasmanian Colonial period end of a grand sectional table, with finely turned legs, the top of one very large piece of Australian cedar, with reeding to the edge of the rail to four sides. The table would have comprised a pair of ends and central table of the same size.

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Portrait miniature of a young Officer in marble frame c. 1840

Portrait miniature of a young Officer in marble frame c. 1840

A well painted  miniature portrait of a happy lad, drinking a pint of ale, minus his top coat.

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Greek revival footstool c. 1820

Greek revival footstool c. 1820

A grand teak Anglo Indian footstool of large proportions, in Greek revival taste, with scroll carved volute to the sides and raised honeysuckle and leaf carving.

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Pair of Irish Regency chairs c. 1820

Pair of Irish Regency chairs c. 1820

A rare pair of Irish Regency period chairs, with reeded ebonized and gilded backs, the backsplats formed as ‘Gothick’ lozenges, with reeded and gilded seat rails and legs, the legs with the unusual distinction of carved lion paw feet. Beech, with original decorative scheme in good condition.

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Scottish Regency period mahogany tea table c. 1820

Scottish Regency period mahogany tea table c. 1820

A good quality Scottish Regency period folding top tea table, with cast brass leaf edge fillet to the edges, turned and ebonized column, with four reeded sabre legs with rosewood panels inlaid to the faces, terminating in cast brass lion paw feet. The swivelling top opening to reveal a blue paper lined compartment for cards or silver. The reeded faces to the legs, with turned boss to the knee junction is typical of Scottish cabinet makers work, as is the absence of English oak as a secondary timber.

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Superb Huon pine table top

Superb Huon pine table top

Size 175cm x 76cm x 5cm . Seats 8.

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Tasmanian Colonial period cedar chiffoniere c.1840

Tasmanian Colonial period cedar chiffoniere c.1840

A very nice quality and completely original Tasmanian Colonial period cedar chiffoniere of Greek revival form. With a back formed as a pair of outcurving acroters and central pediment, supported on a pair of turned columns. The cupboard doors with very fine inset panels of ribbon cedar. The door with original forged iron lock and hardware, on the original turned cedar feet.

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