Cabinets

A PAIR OF GEORGE III BROWN MAHOGANY OPEN BOOKCASES BY GILLOW'S

AN exceptional pair of mahogany open bookcases, 

attributed to Gillow's

The pair with four graduating shelves, crossbanded in rosewood inside a stainwood line,

resting on turned fluted supports, above brass cup castors.

 

English, Circa 1810

Height, 54inces   (134cm)

Width,  36.5inches   (92.5cm)

Depth,  15inches,   (38cm)

 

Price,  €68,000

 

Provenance, Robert Ferguson, MP Rath House, Kirkcaldy, Fife

 

Sold, Christies London important English furniture 6th July 2000, lot 84, Price made £75,250

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: 44.5 inches, 113cm

Height: 95.5inches, 243cm

Depth:  24.5 inches 62cm

Price €10,000

A PAIR OF REGENCY SIDE CABINETS

A Very Fine Pair Of Regency Mahogany and Bronze Mounted Side Cabinets

The original rectangular turquin blue or bardiglio capella marble tops

above a plain frieze with a central bronze ormolu mount, flanked by

anthemions, above bronze acanthus corbels, outside a pair of grill doors,

resting on a plinth bases. 

The marbles, style and craftsmanship of these cabinets would suggest a leading

London cabinet maker, probably Marsh & Tatham, Mount street

 

English, Circa, 1810  Marsh & Tatham

 

Height, 33.7 inches, 84cm

Width, 40.2 inches 102cm

Depth, 14.2 inches 36cm

 

Price € 18,500

 

 

 

 

A GEORGE III CHIPPENDALE KNEEHOLE DESK

A George III Chippendale period Mahogany Kneehole Desk

The well figured rectangular top with a thumb moulded edge,

above banks of drawers, flanked by blind fret canted corners,

resting on angled bracket feet, retaining its original brass handles,

Fantastic colour and patination throughout.

 

English, Circa 1750

W: 131cm

H: 75cm

D: 56cm

 

Price € 9000

A MATCHED PAIR OF GEORGE III NIGHT CABINETS

A Matched Pair Of George III Mahogany Night Cabinets

The rectangular tray top, above a single cupboard door,

resting on square legs, retaining original colour and patina.

 

English,  Circa 1750

Width:  18 inches, 45cm

Height:  29.5 inches,  75cm

Depth:  18.5inches,   47cm

 

Price,  € 7800

 

 

A GEORGE IV BREAKFRONT CABINET

A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT CABINET Of ARCHITECTURAL FORM

The rectangular ebonised top above a moulded frieze, supported by acanthus carved corbel's,

above three glazed door's, with carved floweral patrea moulding's, supported by corinthian column's,

resting on a deep plinth base.

English,  Circa 1835

Width: 230cm

Height: 119cm

Depth: 60cm

Price €15,500