Quarterly Select Auction178 lots with images
Viewing Notes3rd December 1pm to 5pm. 5th December 10am to 5pm. 6th December 9.30am to 5.30pm. Day of sale 9.30am to 10.45am.
Description: A late George III mahogany chest of drawers, strung to the drawer front, with three short drawer over three long graduated drawers, supported on bracket feet, 100 x 121 x 55 cm.View additional info »
Description: A George III satinwood worktable, ebony strung overall, the possibly later associated oval top concealing a green silk lined workbox upon slender cabriole legs, united by a patera centred undertier, 77 x 58 x 43 cmView additional info »
Description: A Fine William IV Town and Emanuel ebony, rosewood and brass inlaid centre table, the boulle work top depicting a courtship scene, cherubs and birds within a scrolling foliage border, with two frieze drawers with conforming inlay, upon boulle work and reeded vertical end supports, united by a shaped stretcher, on recessed castors, bearing Town and Emanuel paper label to the underside, height 76 x width 115 x depth 66.8 cm (30 x 45¢ x 26╝ inches). Note: Town and Emanuel traded from 103 Bond Street from 1830 to 1840. Their label reads' Town and Emanuel, manufacturers of Buhl Marquetrie, Resner (sic) & Carved Furnitures, tripods, screens & c. of the finest and most superb designs of the Louis 14th. Splendid cabinets and tables inlaid with fine Sevres and Dresden china &c. old paintings and bronzes, carvings, oriental and other china, jewellery & curiosities bought and exchanged. Buhl and antique furniture repaired. By Appointment to Her Majesty'. Her Majesty at this time was Queen Adelaide, wife of William IV, for whom a bureau plat was commissioned. Other notable patrons of Town and Emanuel included the Duke of Sutherland, buying for Stafford House, St. James and the 3rd Lord Braybrooke, buying for his London house.View additional info »
Description: A George III mahogany bureau bookcase, the later cornice with Greek Key and arcaded frieze, satinwood crossbanded overall, a pair of glazed doors with strung astragal bars above a fitted fall front, above four graduated long drawers on ogee bracket feet, 221 x 119 x 63 cm.View additional info »
Description: A George III satinwood demi-lune card table, the tulipwood banded top above a strung and banded frieze with hollow corner inset panels, supported on square tapering legs terminating in spade feet, 74 x 92 x 46 cm.View additional info »