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A small 18th Century oak chest of two short and two long drawers, on bracket feet, height approx 69cm, width approx 80cm, depth approx 45cm.
Hammer price: £400
A Regency rosewood flower table, in the manner of Gillows of Lancaster, the rectangular top with a carved scroll gallery and fitted with a removable panel, the carved flower cusp and fluted stem raised on tripod legs carved with shells and acanthus leaves, height approx 78cm, width approx 47cm (some restoration).
Hammer price: £1,400
A modern 17th Century style oak draw-leaf refectory style dining table, on carved cup and cover supports, length approx 425cm, together with a set of eight dining chairs, the upholstered seats on turned and block legs.
Hammer price: £800
A late Victorian walnut twin pedestal desk, stamped 'Bulstrade, Cambridge', the back fitted with a galleried shelf flanked by drawers, above a hinged writing surface inset with leather above an arrangement of nine drawers, on plinth bases, height approx 115cm, width approx 136cm, depth approx 72cm.
Hammer price: £420
A modern wrought steel console table by Mark Brazier-Jones, dated 1983, the serpentine fronted top with a polished aggregate finish, raised on a lyre shaped support flanked by foliate scrolls holding four groups of glass marbles, terminating in a stepped circular base, signed and dated, height approx 86cm, width approx, 102.5cm, depth approx 45cm.
Hammer price: £1,800
A late 17th/early 18th Century oak side table, the moulded top above a single frieze drawer, on turned and block legs united by turned and block stretchers, height approx 72cm, width approx 84cm (some minor alterations).
Hammer price: £850
An Edwardian mahogany music chest of Art Nouveau design, the serpentine galleried top on shaped supports above five drop-front drawers, all with applied coppered handles, on shaped tapering legs, height approx 98cm, width approx 55cm.
Hammer price: £85
A mid-18th Century provincial walnut mule chest, the hinged top above a triple panel front and two short drawers, on stile supports, height approx 74cm, width approx 110cm.
Hammer price: £110
A set of four mid-Victorian walnut showframe spoon back dining chairs by Gillows of Lancaster, the upholstered backs with carved acanthus leaf frames, the cabriole legs with leaf shoulders and scroll feet, all stamped 'Gillow' to back legs, width approx 48cm.
Hammer price: £180
An early 18th Century fruitwood side table, fitted with a single frieze drawer, the slender tapering legs with lappet shoulders and pad feet, height approx 71cm, width approx 69cm, depth approx 39cm (formerly a fold-over tea table).
Hammer price: £260
A Regency giltwood and gesso three-section overmantel mirror with a ballshot and lattice frieze, approx 58cm x 143cm.
Hammer price: £220
An early 20th Century Middle Eastern occasional table, profusely inlaid in various woods and mother-of-pearl with calligraphy and foliate scrolls, on pierced niche supports, height approx 51cm, width approx 37cm.
Hammer price: £190
An Edwardian mahogany quartetto nest of rectangular occasional tables, each top with a tulipwood crossbanded border, raised on splayed legs, height approx 63cm, width approx 51cm.
Hammer price: £150
An early Victorian rosewood tub back armchair upholstered in paisley design cotton, raised on turned baluster legs with gilt brass caps and castors, stamped 'Cope & Collinson Patent', height approx 98cm, width approx 69cm.
Hammer price: £190
A 19th Century mahogany linen press, the moulded pediment above a pair of panel doors revealing four sliding trays, the base fitted with two short and two long drawers above a shaped apron, on splayed bracket feet, height approx 203cm, width approx 130cm, depth approx 60cm.
Hammer price: £280
A George III mahogany bureau, the fall flap revealing an interior fitted with pigeonholes and drawers, the cupboard door inlaid with Britannia, above four graduated long drawers, on bracket feet, height approx 112.5cm, width approx 101cm.
Hammer price: £440
A set of eight late George III mahogany dining chairs with reeded rope twist top rails and shaped centre rails, the seats overstuffed in green velour, on turned tapering legs.
Hammer price: £900
A 19th Century Chinese export lacquered dressing table, painted and gilt with figures, birds, flowers and landscapes on a dark brown ground, the pair of hinged fall flaps opening to reveal a mirror above a frieze drawer and shaped apron, on cabriole legs, width approx 62cm (some repairs and faults).
Hammer price: £200
An early 18th Century walnut chest of two short and three long drawers with feather banded borders and applied brass handles, on bun feet, height approx 77cm, width approx 86cm, depth approx 41cm (alterations).
Hammer price: £1,300
A George III mahogany pierced splat back elbow chair with scroll arms and a drop-in seat, on block legs, height approx 100cm, width approx 58cm.
Hammer price: £20