Nearly all our sales include furniture and works of art sourced from country houses across the region. While many auctioneers prefer to give furniture a ‘back seat’ we have found it one of our most popular categories and with an increasing focus on ‘green’ lifestyles, we feel the future for antique furniture is bright. Works of Art have a growing appeal to younger buyers who wish to create a unique interior and step away from the bland minimalism of the past couple of decades. Whether this is in the form of furnishings such as mirrors and lighting or focal points such as grand tour objects and statuary, our sales have something to appeal to everyone. We are blessed with two spacious salerooms in which we can display each piece to its best advantage.
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A 17th Century Flemish ebony and tortoiseshell cabinet inset with painted panels
Sold for £20,000 + buyers premium
A Maltese marquetry commode, the top inlaid a shaped cartouche with stag and hound in foliage within scrolling boxwood lines and border of seaweed marquetry panels
Sold for £28,000 + buyers premium
A pair of early Victorian terrestrial and celestial 12" globes, by Newton & Son, on mahogany stands
Sold for £18,000 + buyers premium
A pair of satinwood and inlaid bow-front chests, circa 1900, the tops with marquetry inlaid ribbon ties and floral sprays, the top drawer inlaid ribbon ties joined by swags of harebells
Sold for £110,000 + buyers premium
Edward Hodges Baily RA (1788-1867), Marble bust of Lady Mary Spring-Rice (later Lady Aubrey de Vere), 76cm high, signed E H Baily, R A Sculp, London, 1833
Sold for £6,000 + buyers premium
An Indo-Portuguese mother-of-pearl and tortoiseshell tray, Gujarat, India
Sold for £35,000 + buyers premium
A Howard armchair on turned front legs, stamped Howard & Sons Ltd, Berber Street, 12504 8655, with foliate scroll upholstery.
Sold for £3,000 + buyers premium
A Louis XIV ebony, ivory and tortoiseshell cabinet on stand, circa 1650
Sold for £65,000 + buyers premium