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Wed 19th May 2021 - 10am
Tue 18th May - 9am to 7pm
Antique & Collectors Sale
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Lot 1A Danish Brazilian rosewood three piece dining room suite by Skovby Mobelfabrik comprising sideboard with four doors, the left opening to reveal five green baize lined interior slide out drawers, the middle and right cupboards with adjustable shelving, length 205cm, depth 48cm & height 892cm, the extending table with two leaves, max. length 265cm, depth 100cm & height 72.5cm, corner cabinet with interior adjustable glass shelves and lower cupboard with single adjustable shelf, width 95cm, depth 52.5cm & height 168.5cm. Non transferable CITES certificate No. 599079/01..
Lot 2A Swedish Brazilian rosewood sideboard by Troeds, the top section with glazed left cabinet with interior adjustable glass shelves, the right section with parquet veneered drop down front revealing mirror lined interior with single glass shelf above an open adjustable shelf, the sycamore lined base with parquet veneered sliding doors, interior adjustable shelves and four central drawers, width 191cm, depth 45cm & height 158cm. Non transferable CITES certificate No. 599078/01..
Lot 19A Danish Brazilian rosewood dining room suite by Skovby Mobelfabrik comprising sideboard having over hanging top, two cupboards and central drawers, sideboard length 200cm, depth 49cm & height 81.5cm, table with two extension leaves, max. length 164cm, depth 100cm & height 73.5cm, and set of six chairs.Non transferable CITES certificate No. 599078/03. ((The upholstery on the chairsmay not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Regulations 1988 and for this reason should not be used in a private dwelling).
Lot 24A Gillows, Lancaster rosewood centre table of rectangular form with gadrooned and beaded edge, pedestal carved with rosettes, acanthus and shell carved knees, scroll legs terminating on shell and scroll feet inset with brass castors, stamped 'Gillows Lancaster' to pedestal top, width 130cm, depth 99cm & height 74cm..
Lot 4419th Century School, a pair of half length portraits of a gentleman and lady, oil on canvas, 62cm x 75cm, both unsigned, bearing labels to rear indicating subjects as Guy Saint Maur Palmes (b.April 1854) and his wife, Georgina Rosabella Lloyd Palmes, both in ornate gilded frames, 82cm x 95cm..