An attractive George III period mahogany hall chair, with a terrific patina, the back a gentle play on the idea of diminishing perspective in architecture.
They also make nice bedside tables or style up a dull corner.
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A good large Chinese export ware Kraak (cargo exported from China to Holland) dish, the body modelled in raised lambrequins of pineapples and fritallaries.
Perfect save for the usual rim flea bites and pitting.
Late Ming / early Qing c. 1573 – 1620 (Wanli).
372mm diameter x 62mm high.
Ex F Buxton Collection, London Art Market prior to 1970.
An elegant, Australian cedar vernacular Grecian chaise.
Hobart c 1835 – 40.
Nice original waxed finish and faded colour.
It has no evidence of ever having been fitted with casters.
Length 2.1m x 62cm deep 77cm high
A finely painted English George IV period, gold framed portrait miniature c 1830 of a General of the Fourth Regiment of Foot, which served in Van Diemen’s Land and New South Wales from 1832 -37, escorting convict ships.
In extraordinary unfaded condition
A rare Tasmanian bluegum library chair.
Hobart c 1920.
From a pattern by the pioneering American designer, Gustav Stickley.
The back adjustable & extraordinarily comfortable.
A rare forged iron Regency period entrance gate, with the original Egyptian revival posts.