A GEORGE II WHITE PAINTED MIRROR

An Extremely Rare Well Carved George II White Painted Mirror

 

A PAIR OF GEORGE IV IRISH LIBRARY ARMCHAIRS

A Fine Pair of George IV Irish Library Armchairs

The well shaped backs with scroll shaped profile,

acanthus carved arms, resting on turned fluted legs

with lotus leaf carving and brass cup castors.

attributed to Williams & Gibton 

 

Irish, Dublin Circa 1830 

 

Height: 41.5 inches, 103 cm

Width: 23 inches, 53.5 cm

Depth: 27.5 inches, 70 cm

 

Price € 12,500

 

A LARGE SET OF TWENTY FOUR GEORGE IV MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS

A Very Fine Set Of Twenty Four George IV Mahogany and Ebony Sabre Leg Dining Chairs

The shaped top rails inlayed with ebonised Greek key design, above

ebonised uprights, with a rectangular overstuffed seat, sabre legs

with repeated ebonised inlay, Twenty two chairs circa 1820, 

the armchairs are of a later date.

Attributed to George Smith.

 

English, Circa 1820

Height: 88cm, 35inches

Width: 50cm,  20inches

Depth: 46cm   18.5inches

 

Price on Request

A GEORGE III CHIPPENDALE PERIOD WRITING DESK

A Superbly made George III Chippendale Period Mahogany Writing Desk

The rectangular leather inset top with a cross-banded moulded edge,

and a lift up central panel, above three freeze drawers, support by three drawers on each side,

with panelled sides a central panel door, finished on the reverse with dummy drawers and a central panel.

 

English, Circa 1760

 

Width: 53inches,  135cm

Height: 29.5inches,  61cm

Depth:  24inches,  74cm

Knee space 22.75,  58cm

 

Price,  € 22,000

AN IMPORTANT REGENCY BURR OAK PARTNERS DESK

An Important Regency Burr Oak Writing Table 

The rectangular top with a thick band of burr oak and black leather writing surface

with two draw leaf ends, above six opposing well shaped drawers, with ebonized

mouldings, resting on superbly carved winged ebonized oak Gryphons, with interlocking tails.

The design for this table closely relates to many of the etchings published in 1798 by Charle Heathcote Tatham

Ancient Ornamental Architecture, drawn from the originals in Rome and other parts of Italy,

By the early 1800s designs from the Ancient world where at the height of fashion,

Pieces like this can be seen in designs by Thomas hope and George Bullock, who was commissioned to make

a similar burr oak and ebonized writing table for Emperor Napoleon when he was exiled on Saint Helena.

 

Italian, Circa 1820

 

Width: 178cm,  71 inches

Depth: 151cm,  60 inches

Height: 73cm,   29i inches

 

Price €95,000

 

 

A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY THREE PILLAR DINING TABLE

A Fine George IV Mahogany Dining Table

The rectangular figured mahogany top with a moulded edge,

retaining a superb original finish, with two extra leaves,

resting on three column supports, with carved lotus leaf stems

and four shoot of reeded pillars, terminating in brass casters.

 

English: Circa 1825

Length: 148 inches,   376cm

Width:  60 inches,      152cm

Height:  29 inches,      73cm

 

Price €68,000

 

 

A PAIR OF GEORGE III CHAIR BACK SETTEES

A Fine Pair of George II Mahogany Chair Back Settees

With curved top rails above a tapering vertical splat,

joined by carved tassels,

the scroll shaped arms with acanthus carving,

above rectangular drop in seat's,

resting on well shaped bold acanthus carved leg's with foliage,

terminating in ball and claw feet.

 

In the manner of Giles Grendley

 

 

Minor differences in size.

English, London, Circa 1750s

Height: 37.5 inches,  95.5cm

Width: 57.5 inches & 50 inches  (147.5cm & 127cm )

Depth: 28 inches & 26.5 inches (71cm & 67cm )

 

Provenance, Denton Manor, Lincolnshire

 

Price,  €65,000

 

AN IRISH REGENCY MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE

A Fine Large Irish Regency Mahogany Serving Table

The rectangular top with a carved gadrooned edge and bow shaped ends,

with a typically Irish spiral twist splash back,

Labove a plain frieze, with carved acanthus, above two lions monapodia 

carved legs, resting on a plate-form base.  

attributed to Mack Williams & Gibton

 

Irish, Circa 1820

 

Width: 8ft 8inches,  264cm

 

Height: 35.5inches,  90cm

 

Price €19,500

 

footnote, Inspiration for the design of this table can be seen from publications by Charles Healthcote Tatham ancient ornamental architecture,

Thomas Hopes Regency design & George Smiths a collection of design for the household all publish between 1797 and 1810

A IMPORTANT SCOTTISH REGENCY MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE

A LARGE SCOTTISH REGENCY MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE

The circular figured mahogany top with a reeded edge, above a 

figured mahogany frieze with carved rosettes, the hexagonal stem of the base carved

with anthemion's, resting on bold acanthus leaves, the plate-form with an ebony border,

above lions paw feet.

 

Scottish, Circa 1820, attributed to William Trotter Edinburgh

Width:  5ft 7inches,  170cm

Height:  2ft 5.5inches ,  76cm

 

Provenance, Sterling castle Scotland

 

Price €48,000

A GEORGE III CORMANDEL CARD TABLE

A George III Cormandel Card Table of Exceptional Colour

The Rectangular top with rounded corners,

and a thick satinwood band, above a plain cormandel frieze,

resting on square tapered legs.

 

English, Circa 1800

 

Width:

Depth:

Height:

 

Price €3800

A GEORGE III SATINWOOD COMMODE ATTRIBUTED TO MAYHEW & INCE

A Superb George III Demi Lune Satinwood Commode

The top with a central inlayed double fan of etched feathers inside a band of bellflowers,

with garlands of coloured flowers tied with ribbons, the edge inlayed with bellflowers and patrea

on a boxwood ground, cross banded with kingwood, the frieze inlayed with C Scroll and bellflowers,

above a central painted panel flanked with garlands of flowers, inside opposing urns with sprays of flowers and anthemion's

the doors at each end inlayed with classical urns, resting on turned lotus leaf carved feet.

 

English, Circa 1780 attributed to Mayhew & Ince

 

Width: 48inches;  122cm

 

Height: 34.75inches;  88cm

 

Depth: 23inches;  58.5cm

 

Price on request

 

Footnote, 

 

A PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY HALL CHAIRS

A Pair Of George III Figured Mahogany Hall Chairs

The shaped solid back with a central oval painted

coat of arms, above an round panel seat,

the colour and patina of these chairs is exceptional.

 

English, Circa 1750

 

Height: 38inches, 97cm

 

Width: 16inches, 41cm

 

Depth: 18inches, 46cm

 

Price, €5800

A LARGE IRISH REGENCY MAHOGANY FIVE PILLAR DINING TABLE

A Fine Large Irish Regency Five Pillar Dining Table attributed to Williams & Gibton

The five well figured rectangular Mahogany tops with a treble mould edge,

resting on four turned shoot off reeded pillars,

with original brass toed castors.

And three additional leaves.

 

Irish, Dublin Circa 1830 attributed to Williams & Gibton, 

 

Length with leaves: 864cm, 28ft 4inches,  without leaves: 650cm  21ft 4inches

 

Width: 140cm, 60 inches

 

Height: 74cm, 28.5inches

 

Provenance, Property of a Gentleman, Ardmarock House, Argyll, Scotland,

 

Price on request

A REGENCY CONSOLE CABINET

A Robust Regency Rosewood, Gilt-wood and Ebonized Console Cabinet

The original Marseilles pink rectangular marble top,

above a gilt-wood moulded and ebonized frieze mounted with roundels,

flanked by bold acanthus carved gilt-wood legs, with a single door,

resting on a plate-form base with a beaded moulding.

 

English: Circa 1820

 

Width: 42.5inches,  108cm

 

Height: 38inches,  95cm

 

Depth: 16.5inches 23cm

 

Price:  €6000

 

 

 

A LARGE IRISH REGENCY MAHOGANY ROUND DINING TABLE

A Large Irish Regency Mahogany Dining Table,

The well figured mahogany circular top with a double reeded edge,

resting on a large turned pillar with four splay reeded sabre legs,

terminating in brass lions paw casters.

Stamped 3072.

By Mac Williams and Gibton Dublin.

 

Irish, Dublin, Circa 1820

 

Width: 72 inches, 185 cm

 

Height: 29inches, 73 cm

 

Price  €35,000

 

Footnote: The firm of Mac Williams & Gibton 

 

A PAIR OF REGENCY GILT-WOOD AND MAHOGANY CONSOLES TABLES

A Fine Pair Of Regency Gilt-wood and Mahogany Console Tables

The Original rectangular Sienna marble tops, above a moulded lip,

above a flamed mahogany veneered frieze, with a beaded moulding,

resting on carved gilt-wood Lion monopodia legs with acanthus carved knees,

terminating in Lions paw feet,  above on a concave plate-form base with a beaded moulding.

Possibly by Gillow's Lancaster & London.

 

English: Circa 1815

 

Width: 5ft 3 inches,  160cm

 

Depth: 28 inches, 70cm

 

Height:  38inches,  96cm

 

Price,  €46,000

 

 

A GEORGE IV BURR OAK CENTER TABLE

A Fine George IV Burr Oak and Brass inlayed centre table

The circular top with a brass inlaid border, above a carved

gadrooned edge, resting on a plate-form base, with 

four brass inlayed panels and scallop carved feet.

Attributed George Bullock.

English: Circa 1815

 

Width: 55.5 inches,  141cm

 

Height: 29.5 inches,  74cm

 

Price  €45,000

 

Footnote: Among George Bullocks most famous commissions was a suite of furniture ordered by the British government for Emperor Napoleon when he was exiled to St Helena.

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