A George IV ROSEWOOD WRITING TABE

A George IV Rosewood Writing table 

The rectangular tooled leather top, with a rosewood cross banded edge

And a pierces brass gallery, above two frieze drawer, resting on layer ends,

with brass toed casters.

 

English, Circa 1820

Width: 127cm

Height: 74cm  (knee height 60cm )

Depth: 70cm

 

Price €8500

AN IRISH TWIN PEDESTAL DINING TABLE

A Large Irish Regency Two Pillar Mahogany Dining Table

The Rectangular figured mahogany top with one extra leaf,

resting on turned  twin pillars with four shoot crass toed sabre legs.

By Williams and Gibton 

Irish, Dublin,  Circa 1830

Width:  142cm

Length:  310cm

Height:  72.5cm

 

Price  €16,500                               

AN IMPORTANT GEORGE III MAHOGANY COMMODE

An Important George III Mahogany Commode Attributed to William Gomm

The serpentine mahogany top with a cross banded edge, above three long and two short drawers with

gilt rococo handles,  flanked by superbly carved angle supports, with shaped sides,

on shaped bracket feet with lignum vitae casters,

 

English: circa 1760s

Width:

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Price,  €75,000

AN 18TH CENTURY IRISH SIDE TABLE

An Important 18th Century Irish Mahogany Side Table

The rectangular figured mahogany top with a thumb moulded edge,

above a deep well carved frieze, with a large central scallop shell flanked flowing by acanthus,

on a punched ground, standing on scallop carved cabriole legs with bold lions paw feet.

 

Irish, Circa 1770

Width: 140cm

Height: 77cm

Depth: 69cm

 

Price €70,000

AN 18TH CENTURY IRISH GAMES TABLE

A Superbly Carved 18th Century Irish Walnut Games Table

The rectangular turnover top above a well carved frieze, with a central scallop shell,

flanked by flowing acanthus, resting on acanthus carved cabriole legs with bold paw feet.

 

Irish, Circa 1760

Width

Depth

Height

 

Price €26000

 

A SET OF EIGHTEEN WILLIAM IV DINING CHAIRS

A Good Set of Eighteen William IV Mahogany Dining Chairs

The robust roll backs with carved capital supports, above original rectangular

leather seats, resting on ring turned legs.

 

English, Circa 1845

Height:

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Price € 11,500

A GEORGE II IRISH BUREAU BOOKCASE

A Fine George II Irish Mahogany blind door bureau bookcase

The open fret work swan neck cornice outside a carved giltwood Irish cartouche,

above two shaped raised panel doors, with a fitted interior, resting on a slope front bureau

with a well fitted interior, above four long drawers with original brass handles, on ogee

bracket feet, retaining a rich colour and patina throughout.

Irish, Circa 1740

Width: 113cm

Height: 243cm

Depth: 62cm

Price €7500

A PAIR OF CARVED WHITE PAINTED CONSOLES TABLES

An Impressive Pair of Carved Painted Console Tables after the Design by William Kent

The rectangular Breccia marble top above well carved seated dog supports, with a central

female mask above a scallop shell, surrounded by carved acanthus.

 

English, 20th century

Width: 197cm

Height: 95cm

Depth: 99cm

 

footnote, This pair of table are direct copies of a table made for Longford Castle, Salisbury Wiltshire, designed by William Kent

and made by Benjamin Goodson, now in the Victoria and Albert museum, room 54.

 

Price €50,000

A PAIR OF GEORGE II STYLE GILTWOOD EAGLE CONSOLES

A FINE PAIR OF GEORGE II STYLE GILTWOOD EAGLE CONSOLE

The original verde antico rectangular marble tops with a moulded edge,

above a vitruvian scroll giltwood frieze supported by carved giltwood

winged eagles, standing on rock work ground, above ebonised platform bases.

 

English, Circa 1850

Width: 112cm

Depth: 57cm

Height: 79cm

 

Price €45,000

 

A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY IRISH MAHOGANY GAMES TABLES

A Fine Pair of 18th Century Irish Card Tables

The rectangular tops above a shaped frieze, with a central scallop

shell, resting on shell carved cabriole legs with lions paw feet.

 

Irish Circa 1760

Width: 

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Price €28,500

A 18TH CENTURY IRISH MAHOGANY HUNT TABLE

A VERY GOOD 18TH CENTURY IRISH HUNT TABLE

The San Demingo mahogany drop leaf  top retaining its original

colour and patina, resting on square legs, with oak secondary timbers.

In untouched condition

 

Irish, Circa 1750

Length:  214cm

Width: 152cm  middle board 55cm

Height: 71cm

 

Price €18,000

 

 

A RARE CEYLONESE EBONY WINDOW SEAT

A RARE CEYLONESE EBONY WINDOW SEAT

The well carved back with a central scallop shell 

and apposing eagles, with scrolling fluted arms,

below a scallop shell, resting on turned fluted legs

and a carved apron.

 

CEYLON,  Circa 1840

Width: 133cm

Height: 76cm

Depth: 54cm

 

Price €5500

 

A PAIR OF GEORGE 1 STYLE GILTWOOD MIRRORS

A FINE PAIR OF GEORGE I STYLE GILTWOOD AND GESSO MIRRORS

The swan neck top with apposing eagles and a central shell,

retaining original gesso cutting and embossing to the sides,

the bottoms with scrolling acanthus and a central scallop shell.

Good original gilding.

 

English, Circa 1890

Height: 122cm

Width: 67cm

 

Price €7800

A PAIR OF GEORGE I MAHOGANY TEA TABLES

A PAIR OF GEORGE I MAHOGANY TEA TABLES

The rectangular turnover top, above a plain frieze, 

concealing concertina actions,

resting on cabriole legs, with pad feet.

 

English Circa, 1720

Width: 91cm

Height: 73cm

Depth: 45cm

 

Price €6,800

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY SERPENTINE CHEST OF DRAWER

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY SERPENTINE CHEST OF DRAWERS

The serpentine top with a boxwood edge, above four long

drawers resting on Gillow's bracket feet.

 

English, by Gillow's circa 1790

Width: 107cm

Height: 86cm

Depth: 65.5cm

 

price, €6800

Footnote,  The design for the bracket feet in this chest can be seen in the Gillow's directory.

A PAIR OF REGENCY HALL CHAIRS

A FINE PAIR OF REGENCY MAHOGANY HALL CHAIRS

The stylish carved shaped scroll roll over backs, above

scroll shaped splats with a central carved roundel,

resting on reeded sabre legs.

 

English Circa 1820

Height: 84.5cm

Width: 46.5cm

Depth: 53cm

 

Price €4600

A VERY FINE PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY IRISH SATINWOOD CONSOLE TABLES

A Very Fine Pair of Irish Satinwood Pier Tables.

The Demi lune satinwood & marquetry inlaid tops, with quarter cut veneers,

set with a half oval harewood centre, repeated on the border, inside

finely etched with floweral marquetry, to a kingwood cross-banded edge,

Resting on tapered legs with kingwood socks.

By John Wisdom Jervis St Dublin

 

IRISH, Circa 1785

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Price €18,500

John Wisdsom, is recorded as supplying a marquetry inlaid console table and several other pieces to Newbridge House in 1790, now in the National Gallery.

See Irish Furniture by the Knight of Glynn & James Peill, page 167

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