English Antique Furniture

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William IV period, carved mahogany recamier
Item No. 538
William IV period, carved mahogany recamier

In solid, carved mahogany, curvilinear in form, with Neoclassical elements including cornucopia and paterae (circular or oval ornament resembling a dish, often decorated with leaves and petals. Commonly seen in a frieze in architecture or on a corner block in furniture), the legs of umbrella shape ending in casters. Circa 1835.

84" wide by 35" high by 26" deep
Pair of very fine, Regency, giltwood benches
Item No. 944
Pair of very fine, Regency, giltwood benches

In solid, carved giltwood, each with outscrolled-ends and a seat covered in cream silk damask by Brunscwhig & Fils, with paneled friezes applied with oak leaves and acorns, on incurved legs with lion's paw feet, the underside of each inscribed 65.1137 B and 38584.

Probably Northern European, circa 1810.

Provenance: Acquired from Partridge, London, 21 November 1990.

Each bench is 30½" high by 65" wide by 19½" deep
Very fine, English Regency period, rosewood and brass-inlaid center table
Item No. 892
Very fine, English Regency period, rosewood and brass-inlaid center table

With original tilt-top mechanism, giltwood acanthus leaf and faux rosewood grain stem, and unusual square plinth (base) resting upon four bronze winged claw feet. Attributed to George Smith, circa 1805-1810.
Set of fine, English Regency period library steps
Item No. 1039
Set of fine, English Regency period library steps

In solid mahogany, each step with gilt, embossed leather inset. Circa 1820.
Fine, English Regency style bureau plat
Item No. 1038
Fine, English Regency style bureau plat

In rosewood with brass trim; having three drawers; the top inset with gilt, embossed, dark-blue leather blotter; raised on brass casters. Finished on all sides, suitable for placement in the center of a room. Circa 1900.

61" wide by 35" deep by 30" high
Fine, English, George I style, chinoiserie, fall-front secretary
Item No. 915
Fine, English, George I style, chinoiserie, fall-front secretary

In black lacquer, painted and parcel gilded. Late 19th or early 20th century.
George III period, oval, carved giltwood mirror
Item No. 845
George III period, oval, carved giltwood mirror

With pierced framework carved with rose branches and husk swags amidst s and c-scrolls and surmounted by ho ho birds at the shoulders, centering a tiered scrollwork crest. Late 18th or early 19th century.

62" high by 39½" wide
Rare, George IV period, giltwood and upholstered confidante
Item No. 803
Rare, George IV period, giltwood and upholstered confidante

Four seats. Circa 1825.
Fine, English, George III period, chinoiserie and parcel-gilt, tall-case clock
Item No. 802
Fine, English, George III period, chinoiserie and parcel-gilt, tall-case clock

With clock dial signed "Sam Vale - Coventry." Late 18th century.
Set of eight, English, George III, dining chairs
Item No. 622
Set of eight, English, George III, dining chairs

In solid, carved mahogany. Six side chairs being 18th century, with the two armchairs being later, 19th century additions to the set.

sidechairs: 37" high (at back) and 18" high (at seat) by 22" wide by 20" deep / armchairs: 37" high (at back) and 19" high (at seat) by 24" wide by 22" deep
George III style, carved mahogany, tilt-top table
Item No. 572
George III style, carved mahogany, tilt-top table

With circular pie-crust top, shell-carved cabriole legs terminating in carved paw feet. 19th century.

32" tall by 27½" diameter
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English, George I style, chinoiserie, fall-front secretary
Item No. 1027
English, George I style, chinoiserie, fall-front secretary

Painted and parcel gilded with red laquer. Circa 1880.
Rare, George III period, chair-back settee
Item No. 506
Rare, George III period, chair-back settee

In mahogany with slightly curved, five shield-form backrest, each with bellflower and white carved splat continuing to downward sloping arm rests and supports, above a padded seat, raised on rosette capped fluted straight tapering legs ending in spade feet. 18th century.

67" wide by 27" deep by 35" high at back (18" high at seat)
Fine, English, George III period mirror
Item No. 948
Fine, English, George III period mirror

In solid, carved giltwood. Circa 1765.
Set of twelve fine, Irish, George III style dining chairs
Item No. 932
Set of twelve fine, Irish, George III style dining chairs

Two armchairs, ten side chairs. In solid, mahogany, elaborately carved interlaced backs with leaves and rosettes, molded shaped seat frames with slip seats, acanthus carved cabriole legs terminating in paw feet. 19th century.
William and Mary, floral marquetry inlaid, tall case clock
Item No. 615
William and Mary, floral marquetry inlaid, tall case clock

Movement signed "Will Nickolls, London." Late 17th century.

79½" high by 18½" wide by 9" deep
Edwardian, painted satinwood small sideboard
Item No. 846
Edwardian, painted satinwood small sideboard

The top of serpentine outline painted with a musical trophy and floral garlands above a center drawer fitted for cutlery, flanked by a cupboard door and a deep drawer all painted with garlands and trophies, raised on square tapered legs ending in spade feet painted with bell flower trails. First quarter of the 20th century.

36" high by 53½" wide by 25½" deep
Pair of George III style gilt-wood girandoles
Item No. 560
Pair of George III style gilt-wood girandoles

Each cartouche-form mirror plate within a conforming leafage and floral-carved frame with Rococo and floral crest, supporting four scrolling candle arms cresting in later sockets. One of opposing pair shown. 19th century.

57" high by 33" wide
Very fine, George III period, chinoiserie paravent (folding screen)
Item No. 833
Very fine, George III period, chinoiserie paravent (folding screen)

In black lacquer with gilt bronze trim and painted and parcel-gilded scenes. Late 18th century.
Fine set of eight George III, satinwood and painted dining chairs
Item No. 814
Fine set of eight George III, satinwood and painted dining chairs

Comprised of two armchairs and six sidechairs, each with a shield shaped backrest, the splat painted with a flower filled urn, surrounded by foliate trails, above a padded seat, the rails painted with drapery, raised on square tapered legs. Possibly by Seddon, Sons, and Shackleton. Circa 1790.

Provenance: Frank Partridge, Esq.

36½" high by 19¾" wide



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