Remarkable Rooms Auction (A Journey through the Home)

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Lot 1

Sold For

£2250.00

Description

An impressive 19th Century mirror backed parcel gilt console table, the large overmantle mirror surmounted to the centred by a flower head and C scroll cup and a trailing foliate vine weaving around the reeded and channel moulded frame above the serpentine shaped marble top in white with grey veining above the rococo base with leaf and shell capped cabriole legs and scroll feet backed by a mirror plate, 190cm wide, 52cm deep, 466cm high


Lot 2

Sold For

£700.00

Description

Late 19th century Dutch painted and carved wood settle, the scroll carved pediment with central lion crest, the panelled back decorated with the Battle of the Medway (1667), when the English naval fleet were defeated by the Dutch under Lieutenant Admiral Michiel de Ruyter, whose portrait features to the centre, the bench seat flanked by lion mask carved arms, raised on pierced scroll carved legs, 172cm wide, 165cm high, 44cm deep


Lot 3

Sold For

£220.00

Description

George III style mahogany console table, elements 19th Century, the rectangular top above a deep shaped frieze with a carved leaf design and chequer carved corners raised upon front cabriole legs with further foliate carving and claw and ball feet, 136.5cm wide, 49.5cm deep, 82cm high


Lot 4

Sold For

£220.00

Description

Pair Italian walnut Savonarola chairs, 18th Century and later, the arched back supports with a central heraldic crest and a surround featuring birds and scrolling flowers above the projecting carved arms and X frame seats carved to the front with acanthus leaf raised on lion paw feet, 67cm wide, 59cm deep, 106cm high


Lot 5

Sold For

£70.00

Description

20th Century hanging lantern/light, the scrolling metal frame surmounted by a crown and pointed domed body with scroll mounts and rope twist swing loop


Lot 6

Description

Pair of Victorian Pugin design "House of Lords Portcullis" chairs, the pair of chairs designed by Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin �with pad backs above the pad seat on angled supports and ring collars united by conforming stretchers, (2) Often referred to as a �House of Lords Portcullis Chair� there are currently over 1,200 of this type of chair in the House of Lords. It was originally designed by AWN Pugin in the 1840s and made at that time by two furniture makers, Gillow and Holland & Sons. Identical chairs (minus the portcullis) were supplied during the later 1840s by both firms to several private houses for which Pugin was the architect.


Lot 7

Description

16th Century oak coffer, 16th Century elements, of small proportions, the rectangular top boards above the profusely carved lancet and triform front panel above arched side boards, alterations, 76cm wide, 39cm deep, 50cm high


Lot 8

Sold For

£340.00

Description

19th Century gilt gesso wall mirror, the central rectangular mirror plate with foliate spandrels and mirror panel surround, 113cm wide, 170cm high


Lot 9

Description

19th Century marble figure, of a standing young girl with her hand raised above a corset and flower capped dress on the naturalistic circular base, 59cm high


Lot 10

Sold For

£100.00

Description

19th Century beech and chestnut side table, the rectangular top above a single frieze drawer and slightly angled legs, 96cm wide, 57cm deep, 76cm high