A rare pair of William IV period bronze and marble candlesticks, with original amethyst cut glass lustres
UK c 1835
A handsome & nicely original pair of George IV period solid rosewood library chairs, similar to the export quality work of
T& G Seddon of London.
Original upholstery fillings, brass casters and good colour. And comfortable!
PRICE inc GST $2,200 pair
A rare suite of three patent gilt bronze Argand lamps, the bases with heavy lion paw feet and masks of Bacchus, for burning whale oil, by the leading maker of the day, Thomas Messenger.
UK origin c1835
The gilding still with smoke stains of use.
Cast signature to bases ‘Published as The Act Directs, Messenger & Sons, London & Birmingham’.
A rare English Regency period campaign shell collector’s box, made of rosewood inlaid with brass with flush folding handles & bound corners
The yellow interior original, with a shell list to the inside of the lid.
40cm wide x 32cm deep x 9cm high
PRICE INC GST SOLD
A marvellous set of Gothic 15th century religious panels,
cast in plaster from original oak carvings c 1880, the finish oak grained so perfectly they are impossible to discern from the original until very close up!
each 70cm x 40cm, with iron hangers.
Price inc GST SOLD
A fine English Regency period small table, well fitted with a pair of slim drawers to one end & a deep drawer to the other, the fronts with dummy drawers. Well crossbanded & inlaid, the fine reeded legs & idiosyncratic form relate closely to examples designed by Gillows of Lancaster.