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Items of Distinction

  • An Important Side Cabinet by Henry Dasson, dated 1884
  • A Remarkable Set of 20 Regency Dining Chairs Firmly Attributed to Gillows of Lancaster & London
  • A Highly Important Antique Silver & Enamel Viennese Nef by Hermann Böhm
  • Magnificent Oak Partner’s Desk made in the Gothic Manner
  • A Marquetry and Gilt Bronze Secretaire by Rogie after the original in the Wallace Collection
  • A Magnificent Louis XVI Style Commode Firmly attributed to Henry Dasson of Paris
  • A Rare Regency Period Work Table Attributable to James Newton
  • A Magnificent Cartonnier in the Louis XVI Manner after the Original Creation Made by Simon Oeben
  • A Pair of Antique Mahogany & Ormolu Commodes
  • A ‘Grand Tour’ Micromosaic Casket
  • An Antique 18th Century Ivory Indian Model of a Bureau Cabinet
  • An Exceptionally Rare Secrétaire, After the J.H. Riesener Example in The Wallace Collection
  • A Bureau Plat in the Louis XV Manner By François Linke
  • An Important Buffet-Cabinet By Maison Guéret, exhibited in the 1873 Vienna Universelle Exposition
  • An Important Pair of Torchères in the Louis XV Manner
  • An Important Mahogany Library Bookcase Firmly Attributed to Gillows
  • ‘His Old Wedding Hat’ by Charles Spencelayh
  • A Fine Bureau Plat in the Manner of André-Charles Boulle
  • A Royal Cabinet Made for Prince Albert Edward at Marlborough House By Holland & Sons
  • A Fine Escritoire After a Design by Adam Weisweiler
  • A Thomas Hope Armchair
  • A Monumental Ormolu Mirror Exhibited at the Exposition Universelle, Paris 1889 By Henry Dasson of Paris
  • Pair of Secrétaires à Abattant Attributed to Alexandre-Louis Bellangé
  • Pair of Sixteen Light Ormolu Chandeliers in the Gothic Manner
  • A 'Boulle' Marquetry Guéridon
  • Pair of Exhibition Quality Carved Figures on Plinths Attributed to Valentino Panciera Besarel
  • A Grand Tour Centre Table The Top in the Manner of Domenico Moglia