An excellent quality George IV period mahogany patent duet stand / bed table. The raised height & double lecturn lends itself nicely as a standing music duet stand.
A rare English Regency period gilt bronze Argand lamp, UK c 1815. Of a type developed by Swiss physicist Aime Argand,where the heavy oil held in the font descended via gravity to a pair of circular wicks, each multiplying the power of a candle by 12, with constant feed of fuel, equal to 24 watts of illumination. The Greco Roman form is unusual. New hand cut Argand shades.
PETER COSTELLO, SNAP CHAIR, 1993
A terrific quality & mint Tasmanian Colonial period library cupboard. The whole of extraordinary cuts of cedar,original waxed finish. The fully adjustable original shelves solid 1″ boards of Huon pine with cedar fronts. Original locks and metal ware. In three parts,with an elegant Grecian cornice.
One of dozens of new items in the Summer Exhibition,
A stylish pair of Staffordshire pearlware chestnut baskets c1810.
25cm wide. 8.5cm high. 15.5cm deep.
Price inc GST SOLD
A rare English Regency piano forte,by Isaac MOTT, 92 Pall Mall, London c 1817 – 1824. Isaac Mott supplied two magnificent brass inlaid grand pianos to the Prince Regent, later George IV, for the Brighton Pavillion. One has been returned by the Queen, another given by Blairmans.