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Artvisory
Number of lots recorded:96
Lots with images:96
Prices available:96
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*** A superb George III inlaid mahogany serpentine-sided partners-desk, attributable to Thomas Shearer, English, circa 1780. Provenance: Sand Hutton Hall, near York. UK. The Estate of the late Major Sir Robert James Milo Walker, Bart. Middlethorpe Lodge,… ***
*** A museum quality brass inlaid ebony and polychrome painted connoisseurs cabinet-on-stand, Flemish circa 1680 dimensions: 166 cm high, 104 cm wide 50 cm deep ***
*** A stunning Japanese gilt-paper and painted water bird and prunus tree six-fold screen, Meiji period (1868-1912) with finely engraved gilt-metal corner and side fitments and silk borders, 180 cm high, 372 cm wide ***
*** An important Tasmanian musk wood and specimen-wood exhibition table, Australian circa 1835. Provenance: Sotheby's, Melbourne, October 1988 ( $60,000.00), 120 cm diameter, 72 cm deep ***
*** A wonderful gilded, painted bone inlaid, ironwork and walnut vargueno, Spanish circa 1660, 157 cm high, 114 cm wide, 51 cm deep ***
*** A very fine inlaid and carved Neo-Classical mahogany breakfront library bookcase, English or Irish, circa 1785, 295 cm, high 254 cm, wide 62 cm, deep ***
*** A pair of fabulous English specimen-marble and gilt-wood neo-classical console tables, English 19th century. Provenance: Martyn Cook Antiques. Sydney. Private Collection Melbourne. Dimensions: 125.5 cm wide, 52.5 cm deep, 87 cm high ***
*** A fine carved George III mahogany pie-crust wine table, English circa 1765 72 cm high, 76 cm diameter. Provenance: Partridge London, 1997. Recent Acquisitions No 15 illustrated ***
*** An important and fine Henry II period carved walnut buffet-a-deaux-corps, French circa 1600 depicting the seasons. All original iron handles and key escutcheons. For comparisons see Jacqueline Boccador Le Mobilier Francais du Moyen age a La Renaissance… ***
*** An important early Colonial cedar double-end sofa, Tasmanian circa 1825. on turned and reeded legs with rosette carved back and scroll decorated arms. Provenance: The Walsh Bowkett Family Tasmania. Acquired at the auction of The Harry and Christine Wright… ***
*** A superb Regence period gilt-bronze mounted bow-fronted kingwood commode, French circa 1715 dimensions: 117 cm wide, 83 cm high, 60 cm deep ***
*** An exceptional marquetry and parquetry inlaid mahogany breakfront library bookcase, English circa 1785. Provenance: Apter Fredericks, London, presumably acquired in mid 1980's or earlier as this bookcase is recorded in a Leonard Joel insurance valuation… ***
*** A significant cross-banded and inlaid cedar turned leg dining table, Sydney origin, Australian circa 1820. one original leaf, original brass casters. Provenance: Acquired by the vendors from The Collection of Caressa Crouch & Carl Consalves, Mossgreen… ***
*** An outstanding and large carved walnut stretcher table, Spanish circa 1660, 256 cm wide, 80 cm high, 67 cm deep ***
*** An oustanding and exceptionally rare walnut bureau-cabinet, Dresden region, German circa 1750, 228 cm high 110 cm wide 60 cm deep ***
*** A stunning foliate carved walnut side table, Spanish circa 1640, 192 cm wide, 80 cm high, 62 cm deep ***
*** A magnificent ivory inlaid walnut, ebonised and bronze mounted inverted breakfront commode, Padua region, 17th century, 104 cm high 163 cm wide 80 cm deep ***
*** A very rare and beautiful olive-wood serpentine fronted commode, Italian circa 1770 with original bronze handles and key escutcheons, 119 cm wide, 81 cm high, 66 cm deep ***
*** A fine George II mahogany parcel-gilt and carved wall-mirror English circa 1750 120 cm high, 60 cm wide. Provenance: Mallett London ***
*** A magnificent and early cedar dining table, Australian circa 1835. a sixteen leg drop leaf sectional table with two extension leaves and centre section with drawer at either side with original brass handle; edge stringing on bottom of skirt and running… ***
*** An extraordinary gilt-gesso wall mirror celebrating the 16th century victory over the Turks/Ottoman Empire. Venetian, first half of the 19th century or earlier. Dr Susan Scollay – on the Venetian/Ottoman rivalry. The Republic of Venice enjoyed robust… ***
*** An outstanding set of eight George III Hepplewhite mahogany dining chairs. English circa 1780. Provenance: Partridge, New Bond Street, London circa 1986. These wonderful chairs would rank as perhaps the finest examples of their kind to have been offered… ***
*** A pair of exceptional carved and gilt-wood armchairs, English, circa 1820. English circa 1820. Provenance: From the collection of the trustees of the 10th Duke of Argyll Inveraray Castle Scotland. Partridge, New Bond Street, London circa 1986. The Estate… ***
*** A good Colonial ebony Grecian-key string- inlaid cedar chest. Australian circa 1835, 120 cm wide, 120 cm high 54 cm deep ***
*** A classic Tuscan walnut trestle-table of great colour and simplicity, Italian circa 1680, 180 cm long, 83 cm high, 71 cm wide ***
*** A very rare and beautiful giltwood George II wall mirror, English circa 1750, 158 cm high 82 cm wide ***
*** A rare pictorially painted octagonal top wine table, Dutch circa 1760, 72 cm high, 61 cm wide ***
*** A large and impressive walnut stretcher table, Spanish circa 1680, 164 cm long 62 cm deep 82 cm high ***
*** A very fine and elegant George II carved mahogany pie crust wine-table, English circa 1755, with finely carved knopped column and swept legs with brass casters 61 cm diameter, 73 cm high ***
*** An extremely fine quality gilt-bronze mounted mahogany centre-table, French circa 1880, 134 cm, wide 74 cm, high 74 cm, deep ***
*** A fabulous George 1 walnut and 18th century tapestry wing-back armchair. English circa 1725. This wonderful wing armchair which the current private vendor acquired from the prestigious antiques dealership of John Dunn Antiques of Melbourne, dates from the… ***
*** An exceptional pair of inlaid walnut console tables, Italian circa 1700, 133 cm wide 60 cm deep 88 cm high ***
*** A large and very impressive walnut and oak centre table, Spanish circa 1680, 222 cm wide, 68 cm deep 79 cm high ***
*** A pair of large walnut and tapestry armchairs, Italian circa 1700, 122c cm high, 74 cm wide, 67 cm deep ***
*** A very handsome and large walnut centre table, Spanish circa 1700, 197 cm wide, 85 cm high, 80 cm deep ***
*** A Fine Wooton Desk Co walnut and satinwood Indianapolis postal desk, American, circa 1880, 180 cm high, 110 cm wide, 76 cm deep ***
*** A George II oak and mahogany crossbanded dresser base, English circa 1730, 190 cm long 84 cm high 50 cm deep ***
*** A fine George IV marquetry, rosewood, pollard-oak and ebony inlaid circular table, English circa 1825 69 cm diameter, 68 cm high ***
*** An exceptional and very rare walnut and marble and ebony inlaid buffet-a-deaux-corps, Ile-de-France circa 1600. Provenance: Perpitch collection. This piece is illustrated: Le Mobilier Francais du Moyen age a La Renaissance, Jacqueline Boccador page 248… ***
*** A very impressive walnut serving cabinet, called a Dressoir, French circa 1680, the drawers with original iron drop handles, 108 cm high 124 cm wide, 50 cm deep ***
*** A Louis XVI period giltwood mirror, French circa 1780, 102 cm high 64 cm wide ***
*** An exceptional carved walnut Bambocci table top cabinet, Italian circa 1600, with carved standing figures on three sides and original bronze handles, 65 cm high, 70 cm wide 36 cm deep ***
*** A very rare and fabulous barley-twist centre table of exceptional form, Bologna Region, Italian circa 1750, 125 cm long 95 cm wide 81 cm high ***
*** A pair of Louis XV period carved beech fauteuils, French circa 1780, 90 cm high 68 cm wide, 54 cm deep ***
*** A fine carved walnut cassone north Italian circa 1640, 171 cm long, 55 cm high, 54 cmm deep ***
*** A very impressive kingwood, marble and gilt-bronze mounted bombe commode, French early 18th century 132 cm wide, 62 cm deep, 86 cm high. Provenance: Partridge London.24 June 1986. The mounts on this commode are similar in manner to the Cressent… ***
*** A fine and rare George III mahogany four-pillar dining table, English, circa 1780 with one extra leaf 230 cm long without leaves in, 152 cm wide, 72 cm high. Provenance: Frank Partridge London.1973 ***
*** A neo-classical dark walnut single-door cabinet, Italian 17th century, 111 cm high, 116 cm wide, 35 cm deep ***
*** A rare and impressive cedar black marble top console table, Australian circa 1830. Provenance: The Owston Collection, Bonham's Sydney, 25 June 2010 Lot 53, 120 cm wide, 55 cm deep, 84 cm high ***
*** A fine specimen marble pedestal chess table, French 19th century, 72 cm high 74 cm wide ***
*** A large Australian cedar library bookcase, late 19th century, 282 cm high, 210 cm wide ***
*** A fine and rare George III mahogany serpentine-fronted chest of drawers, English circa 1770 134 cm wide, 58 cm deep, 80 cm high ***
*** A rare carved walnut two drawer writing table, Basque region, Spanish circa 1660, 160 cm wide, 65 cm deep, 84 cm high ***
*** A fine kingwood and gilt-bronze mounted bureau-plat, French circa 1865, 142 cm wide, 77 cm deep, 77.5 cm high ***
*** Impressive Tuscan gilt and polychrome painted neo-classical mirror, Italian circa 1760 a very imprAUDessive Tuscan gilt and polychrome painted neo-classical mirror, Italian circa 1760 dimensions: 168 cm high 130 cm wide ***
*** A beautiful Regence period gilt gesso mirror, French circa 1730, 110 cm high 60 cm wide ***
*** A very beautiful and intricately painted Tuscan two-section four-door cupboard, Italian 18th century. Provenance: John Dunn Antiques Melbourne. ( AUD$40,000.). A distinguished private collection, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Dimensions: 186 cm wide,… ***
*** A fabulous pair of very well-carved gilt and white throne chairs in Empire style, French 19th century, 98 cm high 65 cm wide, 60 cm deep ***
*** A pair of very impressive carved and turned walnut armchairs, Italian 17th century, 136 cm high 82 cm wide 66 cm deep ***
*** A very large and significant cedar bookcase on console stand. Australian circa 1845. Provenance: By Repute Customs House, Launceston. Sold Tullochs Auctions, Tasmania. ***
*** A fine quality Carrara marble gilt-bronze and palisander cabinet, French circa 1860 130 cm wide, 40 cm deep, 117 cm high. Provenance: Glenleigh Antiques Melbourne. ***
*** A fine and very impressive feather-banded George I walnut chest-on-chest, English, early 18th century, 184 cm, high, 108 cm, wide 57 cm, deep ***
*** A small walnut stretcher table, Spanish 17th century, 79 cm high, 118 cm long, 73.5 cm deep ***
*** A very decorative pictorially painted bow front corner cabinet, Netherlands, circa 1720, 89 cm high, 59 cm wide, 36 cm deep ***
*** A fine and rare George II parcel-gilt and walnut wall mirror, English circa 1760, 152 cm high 52 cm wide ***
*** A large and very impressive George III mahogany library bookcase English circa 1810 245 cm wide 58 cm deep cm high, English circa 1810, 245 cm wide 58 cm deep cm high ***
*** An exceptional Louis XV period ivory inlaid, kingwood, burr-wood and walnut bureau-de-dame, in the manner of Jean-Francois Hache, French circa 1770 dimensions: 98 cm wide 93 cm high54 cm deep ***
*** A wrought-iron and parcel-gilt console table with rouge marble top, French circa 1860, 158 cm wide 91 cm high ***
*** A very rare Louis XV period table-de-nuit in kingwood, rouge marble and gilt-bronze. French circa 1750. Provenance: The collection of Baroness and Lord Burton. Partridge, New Bond Street, London circa 1986. The Estate of Judith and Bruce Terry, Teychell,… ***
*** A rare colonial cedar chiffonier by Joseph Sly, New-South-Wales, Australian circa 1845. impressed stamp "J Sly" twice to rear. Provenance: Once the property of descendants of Joseph Sly and thence to current owner, 108 cm wide, 52 cm deep 165 cm high ***
*** A good cedar rectangular top trestle form library table. Australian circa 1855, 130 cm long 60 cm deep 74 cm high ***
*** A George III mahogany breakfront bookcase, English circa 1770 230 cm wide, 60 cm deep, 248 cm high ***
*** A rare and fine quality mahogany serpentine commode, Nante region, French 18th century, 125 cm wide, 85 cm high, 63 cm deep ***
*** A pair of Louis XIV walnut armchairs, French circa 1700, 109 cm high, 66 cm wide, 51 cmdeep ***
*** A pair of carved gilt-wood side-chairs, ensuite to the previous lot. English circa 1820. Provenance: The 10th Duke of Argyll Inveraray Castle Scotland. Partridge, New Bond Street, London circa 1986. The Estate of Judith and Bruce Terry, Teychell, 16 Moule… ***
*** A finely figured and patinated cedar two-door wardrobe. Australian circa 1830. Provenance: The Keith Okey Collection, Denham Court, Sotheby's, Sydney 2010, 130 cm wide, 71 cm deep, 216 cm high ***
*** A fine parquetry and gilt-bronze mounted writing table, Labelled Jetley North Audley street, London, English mid 19th century, 16 cm wide, 80 cm high, 58 cm deep. G Jetley were recorded as leading Antique dealers and Interior Decorator's in Audley street… ***
*** A good cedar and cypress pine elevated bookcase, attributed to Andrew Lenehan.Sydney, Australian circa 1850. with a feature rectangle of tulip-wood veneer to the raised centre, . Provenance; Sir Percy Spencer collection, Acquired by the current vendors… ***
*** A very impressive walnut and marquetry commode, Italian circa 1760, 116 cm high 145 cm wide, 66 cm deep ***
*** A stunning Louis XV period carved walnut bombe commode, French mid 18th century, 90 cm high, 60 cm deep, 120 cm wide ***
*** A fabulous octagonal walnut centre table, Bologna region, Italian circa 1640, 78 cm high, 114 cm wide ***
*** A very impressive walnut buffet, Bologna Italian circa 1680, 177 cm wide, 108 cm high, 64 cm deep ***
*** A stunning red tortoishell, ebonised and ivory inlaid mirror, Flemish circa 1700, 68 cm high by 60 cm wide ***
*** A turned walnut octagonal top stool, Italian circa 1740, 48 cm high, 45 cm wide, 33 cm deep ***
*** A very rare and fine quality set of twelve cedar dining chairs. Australian circa 1845. consisting of ten side chairs and two carver chairs all with drop in horsehair fabric seats, Dimensions: 51 cm wide 46 cm deep, 90 cm high ***
*** A good rectangular single-drawer walnut table, Spanish circa 1680, 160 cm long, 81 cm high, 67 cm deep ***
*** A crisply carved Louis XV walnut fauteuil, French circa 1760, covered in cotton gingham, 95 cm high 67 cm wide 60 cm deep ***
*** A large and good quality oak nine drawer library cabinet, French, circa 1900 by repute made for the Galerie Lafayette store Paris. matching to the one in the dining room, 240 cm wide, 72 cm deep, 90 cm high ***
*** A very rare George III mahogany and ivory-inlaid rent desk, English circa 1760 180 cm wide, 96 cm deep, 80 cm high. Provenance: Asprey Ltd London, 27/07/76 ***
*** A fine pair of carved cedar hall chairs, Australian circa 1835, 47 cm wide, 40 cm deep, 88 cm high ***
*** A pair of Fine George III satinwood and marquetry inlaid bergere chairs, English circa 1785. Provenance: Martyn Cook Antiques, Sydney. ( Acquired for AUD$16,000). Private Collection Sydney. Dimensions: 83 cm high, 56 cm wide, 52.5 cm high ***
*** A fine cedar lyre pattern armchair, Australian circa 1845, 76 cm wide 80 cm deep 97 cm high ***
*** A large and very impressive carved cedar and rose-mahogany four-poster bed. Australian circa 1845. unusually supported by cast iron brackets with wood wheels to aid in mobility and ease of bed-making. Provenance: The Collection of Graham and Elizabeth… ***
*** A good and early string-inlaid cedar five-drawer chest, Australian, circa 1825. the top having strung edging of ebony and pine, the drawers all with ebony stringing, 115 cm wide, 54 cm deep, 111 cm high ***
*** An impressive cedar Grecian inspired wardrobe. Australian circa 1845, 124 cm wide, 47 cm deep 209 cm high ***
*** A fine figured walnut and gilt-bronze mounted marble topped bookcase, English circa 1860 216 cm wide, 43 cm deep, 107 cm high ***