Spring Fine Art Sale: Saturday 17 March 2018 10:00AM

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Viewing: Sunday 11 March 11am - 4pm, Monday 12 March to Thursday 15 March 10am-4pm, Friday 16 March 10am-2pm and the morning of the sale from 8am.

Please note: The Sale will be sold in two rooms, both starting at 10am
Saleroom I: Lots 1-447
Saleroom II: Lots 500-979

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Lots 901 to 918 of 918


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A Late 19th Century Italian Ebonised and Ivory Inlaid Writing Cabinet, in Louis XVI style, the upper section with cupboard doors inlaid with scrolling acanthus leaves and serpents enclosing a shelf with two small drawers below, the hinged writing surface inset with a modern green and gilt leather writing surface above a long frieze drawer, raised on fluted tapering supports joined by a shaped stretcher, 75cm by 55cm by 138cm See illustration

Estimate: £600-800

Sold: £750
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Lot 963

An 18th Century Dutch Colonial Carved Hardwood and Brass Bound Chest, of large proportions, with brass side carrying handles and leaf carved lid and front panel with decorative brasswork throughout, 164cm by 70cm by 72cm

Estimate: £1000-1500

Sold: £1700
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Lot 964

A 19th Century Dutch Mahogany and Marquetry Inlaid Cylinder Bureau, richly inlaid with birds, acanthus leaves, flowers and urns, with a pull-out writing surface enclosing an arrangement of drawers around a cupboard door, three deep drawers below above a shaped apron, raised on splayed bracket feet, 120cm by 59cm by 110cm See illustration

Estimate: £1000-1500

Sold: £1000
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Lot 965

A George III Carved Mahogany Dressing Stool, late 18th century, with a floral covered overstuffed seat with a plain seat rail, raised on acanthus carved cabriole legs terminating in ball and claw feet, 57cm by 44cm by 51cm (restored)

Estimate: £500-700

NOT SOLD
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Lot 966

A Late 19th Century Carved Walnut Three Piece Suite, later covered in blue and gold cut velvet, comprising a three-seater sofa with an elaborate acanthus carved top rail and cane back above a close-nailed back support with rounded arms and three squab cushions above a serpentine shaped seat rail, raised on stout cabriole legs, 202cm by 60cm by 114cm, and a pair of armchairs, en suite, 77cm by 58cm by 102cm

Estimate: £600-800

Sold: £800
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Lot 967

A 1920s Figured Walnut Three Piece Drawing Room Suite, upholstered in green velvet, comprising a two-seater sofa with acanthus carved top rail above vasiform shaped splats with outstretched arms above a seat rail decorated with shells, raised on cabriole forelegs with ball and claw feet, 135cm by 54cm by 100cm, and a pair of single chairs, en suite, 53cm by 43cm by 106cm

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £950
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Lot 968

A George III Style Mahogany Gainsborough Style Library Armchair, late 19th century, covered in close-nailed tan leather with outswept arms and fluted arm rests, raised on acanthus carved cabriole forelegs with ball and claw feet, 65cm by 65cm by 114cm

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £280
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Lot 969

An Edwardian Walnut Duet Stool, stamped John Teller & Son, Ongar, numbered X4129, early 20th century, recovered with a hinged overstuffed seat above a gadrooned seat rail, raised on crossframe supports joined by a turned stretcher, 101cm by 44cm by 52cm

Estimate: £350-450

Sold: £600
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Lot 970

A French Mahogany Vernis Martin Style Bombé Shape Commode, late 19th century, with serpentine shaped red and white marble top above a central cupboard door decorated with figures in a landscape, all between foliate mounts and sabots, 80cm by 40cm by 111cm See illustration

Estimate: £600-800

Sold: £550
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Lot 971

A Louis XVI Tulipwood Veneered Semanier, late 18th century, crossbanded in purplewood and inlaid with chequer fillets, the canted angles with fluted stiles and seven drawers all between ormolu mounts, with white and grey veined marble top, 92cm by 40cm by 142cm See illustration

Estimate: £700-1000

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Lot 972

A French Louis XVI Style Mahogany and Gilt Metal Mounted Bureau Plat, late 19th century, with three real and three sham drawers, on turned fluted tapering supports, 139cm by 70cm by 72cm See illustration

Estimate: £800-1200

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Lot 973

A Louis XV Rosewood Two Drawer Bombé Shape Commode, late 18th century, with red and white serpentine shaped top above two deep drawers, raised on cabriole legs with gilt metal foliate mounts and sabots, 68cm by 42cm by 80cm See illustration

Estimate: £700-1000

Sold: £650
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Lot 974

A French Mahogany Empire Style Four Drawer Straight Front Chest, late 19th century, with grey and white Carrera marble top of breakfront form above graduated drawers all between acanthus decorated stiles, raised on block feet, 131cm by 45cm by 86cm

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £1400
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Lot 975

A French Rosewood and Tulipwood Six Drawer Serpentine Front Chest, late 19th century, the pink marble top within a gilt metal moulding above six crossbanded graduated drawers, the sides quarter-veneered, above a serpentine shaped base with stout cabriole legs and gilt metal sabots, 54cm by 44cm by 96cm

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £480
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Lot 976

A French Louis XVI/Transitional Style Meuble d'Hauteur d'Appui, with a grey and white Carrara marble top with canted corners above a geometric parquetry decorated frieze, with glazed door and marquetry inlaid panel below, all between canted stiles with gilt metal mounts, 73cm by 38cm by 139cm

Estimate: £500-700

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Lot 977

A 19th Century French Ebonised and Brass Inlaid Bureau de Dame, in Louis XVI style, stamped Diehl 19 R Michel-le-Compt, with domed pediment above cupboard doors enclosing a rosewood lined interior above a cylinder front enclosing three small drawers and red leather writing surface, with a long frieze drawer, raised on cabriole legs with gilt foliate mounts and sabots, 86cm by 53cm by 172cm See illustration

Charles-Guillaume Diehl (1811-1885) established his workshops at 39 rue Saint-Sébastien, with around 600 employees working for him by 1870, illustrating the grand scale of his operation. His production included, in addition to furniture, small objects such as liqueur cabinets, game boxes and jewellery caskets. Diehl participated in all major international exhibitions during the middle of the 19th century commencing with The Great Exhibition in 1851 and won various prestigious medals throughout his career. See Paine (Christopher) European Furniture of the 19th Century, pg.37

Estimate: £800-1000

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Lot 978

An Amboyna, Mahogany and Gilt Metal Mounted Side Cabinet, late 19th/early 20th century style, in Louis XVI style, with gallery back above a central cupboard door with gilt metal mounts enclosing a shelf, raised on square tapering legs jointed by an undertier, 58cm by 40cm by 104cm

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £600
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Lot 979

A Fine Amboyna, Mahogany and Gilt Metal Mounted Vitrine, late 19th/early 20th century, in Louis XVI style, with pierced three-quarter gallery top above a central glazed door enclosing a velvet lined interior flanked by eight small drawers between fluted and part turned gilt metal mounts, with a secret fall front inlaid with mother-of-pearl between caryatid mounts, with two frieze drawers, on stop-fluted legs joined by a shaped stretcher, 95cm by 56cm by 177cm See illustration

Estimate: £4000-5000

Sold: £4000
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