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17 August 2018
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A Pair of 19th Century Windsor Chairs
Elegant and very pleasing to look at, identified as Lincolnshire chairs and made by Thomas Marsh or his son, James in Sleaford, between 1820 and 1840 this is a near matched pair of Yew wood and Elm stick back elbow chairs with crooked arms raised on turned supports joined by stretchers. Generally in very good condition, the pair have a great colour and patina, there is evidence of old woodworm but it is inactive.

Size
Heights - 38.5" and 37" (98 & 94cms)
Width between arms, both - 21.5" (54cms)
Width, seat - 19.5" and 19" (49.5 & 48cms)
Depth, seat - 15" and 16" (38 & 41cms)
Ref: 28934
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A Pair Of Carved French Walnut Bedside Cabinets
Dating from the later part of the 19th Century this fabulous pair of walnut Empire style bedside cabinets with kingwood faced drawers and doors standing on elegant carved cabriole legs and topped by a rich mottled marble top are in superb condition.

Size:
Width - 20" (51cms)
Depth - 15" (38cms)
Height - 32" (81cms)
Ref: 30423
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A Pair of Silver Corinthian Column Candlesticks 1918
A pair of corinthian column candlesticks standing on a solid stepped base.
In very good condition.

Made in London in 1918/19

Maker - Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company.
110 Regent Street. W.
Marked on base (see pictures)

Size - 9" (23cms) high
3.5" (9cms) square base
Ref: 28823
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A Pair of Victorian Ivory and Brass Opera Glasses
A pair of brass and ivory opera glasses marked "Dolland" & "London"
probably made at the end of the 19th Century there is an inscription "MAL"

Size - closed 2" (5cms)
open 3" (7.5cms)
width 4.5" (11.5cms)
Ref: 29112
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A Pair of Victorian Sugar Tongs
A very pretty pair of sugar tongs hallmarked for London 1855 and made by William Eaton.
In excellent condition they are decorated with shell and leaf in Queen's pattern.

Size - 6" (15cms)

Weight - 2.6oz (74g)
Ref: 30219
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A Squeezer (Collapsable) Mahogany Card Table
Made in the first quarter of the 20th century this is a mahogany and baize lined card table by Mudie's of London, based on a patent from 1898, it is extremely well made and folds down to enable it to be stored in a cupboard or under a bed.

Size:
Height - 28" (71cms)
Width and Depth - 34" (87cms)
Ref: 30421
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A Victorian Watercolour "On the Rhine" signed by Emma Oliver (1819-1885)
A very attractive watercolour by a known Victorian painter, she was elected to the New Water Colour Society in 1849 where she exhibited, as well as the Royal Academy and the British Institute.
She was born in London in 1819 (nee Emma S Eburne)painted as Emma Oliver, after the death of her husband William Oliver in 1853, she became Mrs Emma Sedgwick, her paintings are at the V&A and in the Dublin Museum.

Picture - 5.25" x 13.25" (13.25 x 35cms)

Frame - 12" x 20" (30.5 x 51cms)
Ref: 28940
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African Ebony Walking Cane
Ornately detailed with African scenes of acacia trees, birds, straw huts, and animals on a white metal top (possibly silver, and if not then, silver plate) and an ebony shaft inlaid with dots of ivory that spirals through the centre section tapering to a brass ferrule.
This is a very handsome cane and in very good condition, the top has some dents and the ferrule is a replacement.

Size:
Length - 35.5" (90cms)
Ref: 28947
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Art Deco Silver Condiment Set Birmingham 1933
A very attractive Art Deco Silver condiment set comprising covered mustard bowl with spoon (hallmarked London 1910/11 Harry Atkin) pepper pot and salt dish all hallmarked for Birmingham 1933.
Makers mark is unreadable - but possibly L Smith & Co.
Blue glass liners in excellent condition
Ref: 28820
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Art Deco Silver Salver
Made in Birmingham by Adie Brothers in 1932 this art deco scalloped edge silver salver stands on three scroll feet is uninscribed and in very good condition.

Size:
Diameter - 10" (25.5cms)
Height - 1" (2.5cms)

Weight - 21.6oz (611g)
Ref: 30228
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Bamboo Sword Stick or Cane - Royal Lancers
With the cap badge and motto of the Royal Lancers/17/21st Lancers - "Death or Glory" on its silver plated handle and ending with a brass ferrule this late 19th or early 20th Century bamboo cane conceals a square section sword and is in excellent condition.

Size:
Length - 35" (89cms)
Max diameter - 3/4" (2cms)
Ref: 30437
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Bamboo Sword Stick or Surveyor's Probe
Originally made in the style of a Customs & Excise probe this Sword stick has a fullered steel blade, a bone carved dog's head handle that incorporates a whistle and has a graduated measure from six to thirty inches on the haft.
There is also a label for "Battle & Webb Ltd, Sugar Beet, Seed" which I would think post dates the early 20th century manufacture.

Size:
Length - 35.5" (90cms)
Blade Length - 20.5" (51.5cms)
Ref: 30449
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Blackthorn Walking Stick 1867
This rather splendid stag horn handled Blackthorn walking stick was a presentation gift in 1867.
The silver band (which is not hallmarked) says:

"Presented to Mr Joseph Maddison
by the members of the
Belfast Branch of Iron Founders
October 1867"

Size - 35.5" (90cms)
Ref: 30167
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Brass 4 Draw Telescope
A Broadhurst Clarkson & Co of 63 Farringdon Road London EC1 four draw telescope with full leather bound case and optic guards with leather strap and end caps.
Dating to the first half of the 20th Century this telescope is in excellent original condition with sharp optics and an almost unused leather case.

Fully extended - 34" (87cms)
Closed - 11" (28cms)
Ref: 30483
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Brass Bound Mahogany Box
19th Century Indian or possibly Dutch Colonial, cash or jewellery box, divided into six compartments, two on either side are hinged, with key and working lock.

Size:
Width - 10" (25cms)
Depth - 7" (17.5cms)
Height - 4.5" (11cms)
Ref: 30303
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Brass Bound Walnut Campaign Writing Slope
Early to Mid 19th Century walnut writing slope with a parquetry inlaid dedication panel inset to the top to "Andrew Grant from his fellow servants at Dundee East 29th Sept 1877" This is thought to refer to The Dundee East Poorhouse which opened in 1856 and assumes that Andrew Grant was an administrator there.
The writing slope is in very good condition, with a secret panel that hides three drawers, two glass ink pots and a working lock and key.

Size: Closed
Width - 19.75" (50cms)
Depth - 10" (25.5cms)
Height - 6.75" (17cms)
Open 19.75" x 21.5" (50 x 55cms)
Ref: 31048
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Brass Bound Walnut Writing Slope
With two secret drawers, a working lock with key, this small walnut writing slope has campaign style brass bound corners and benefits from just having had a new green leather skiver. It dates to the early 19th Century.
It is in very good condition, there are some marks to the front of the case, but this does not detract from this very pretty box.

Size:
Closed
Width - 12" (30.5cms)
Depth - 9" (23cms)
Height - 6" (15cms)
Open
12" (30.5cms) width x 18" (46cms) length
Ref: 28938
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Breakfront Burr Walnut Inlaid Bookcase
Truly magnificent four section breakfront open bookcase in burr walnut, inlaid with satinwood banding, rosettes, boxwood stringing, ebonised beading, carved ebony flowers at the top of the capitals and with a pierced brass gallery.

It was made, we believe, for the Reverend C.W. Holland around 1895 for his residence at 66 Lillie Road, Fulham, by a top London craftsman. We found a label for the Reverend stapled to the top of one of the sections when it was taken apart recently for some small repairs and refurbishment.
It is now in excellent condition.

It is a superb statement piece of high quality late Victorian furniture and ready to grace any house.

Size:
Length - 122" (10'2") (310cms)
Depth - side sections - 13" (33cms)
Depth centre section - 15" (38cms)
Height - 48" (122cms)
Ref: 30412
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Burr Walnut Tripod Side Table
Fabulous, well proportioned Victorian lamp or side table beautifully figured burr walnut top, elegant central column down to a swept tripod base and pad feet.
This piece has recently been repolished and is in fantastic condition.

Size:
Diameter - 19.5" (50cms)
Height - 28" (71cms)
Ref: 28889
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Canteen of Twelve Fruit Knives and Forks
Canteen of twelve fruit knives and forks, in an oak case with a brass cartouche (uninscribed).
Made in London 1933/34
The collars are hallmarked, maker JAS (?)
Blades are silver plated maker James Dixon & Sons.

Size 12" (30cms) wide
10" (25cms) deep
3" (7.5cms) high
Ref: 29137
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