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A 19th Century Louis XV style kingwood and porcelain mounted side table, the crossbanded top with a serpentine applied brass edge above a shaped frieze, inset with three painted porcelain mounts, the downswept legs with applied gilt metal winged female herm mounts and foliate sabots, height approx 80cm, width approx 85cm, depth approx 43cm. Provenance: Sotheby's, Chestham Park, Henfield, Sussex, 25th September 1997, Lot 21.
Hammer price: £950
A late George III mahogany linen press, the moulded pediment above a pair of panelled doors, the base fitted with two short and two long drawers, on shaped bracket feet, height approx 197cm, width approx 142cm, depth approx 63cm.
Hammer price: £600
A George I burr walnut chest-on-chest, the cavetto moulded pediment above an arrangement of ten drawers, all with feather and crossbanded borders, on bracket feet, height approx 176cm, width approx 112cm, depth approx 58cm (some restoration). Provenance: Sotheby's, The Contents of Little Bucksteep, Dallington, East Sussex, Thursday 24th September 1981, Lot 101.
Hammer price: £1,300
A late 19th/early 20th Century Louis XV style kingwood and gilt metal mounted centre table, the crossbanded top inlaid with a rose spray above a single frieze drawer, raised on tapering cabriole legs, height approx 74cm, width approx 75cm, depth approx 54cm.
Hammer price: £300
An Edwardian satinwood display cabinet-on-stand, manufactured by Queen Alexandra's Carving School and probably housed originally at Sandringham, with overall crossbanding and stringing, the moulded pediment above a pair of astragal glazed doors enclosing glass shelves, the stand fitted with a single drawer, on tapering legs united by a shaped undertier, bearing manufacturer's stamp to drawer and inscribed 'From Sandringham' to the inside of one door, height approx 176cm, width approx 68cm, depth approx 37.5cm. Note: this lot comes with a copy of a letter dated 4th January 1979 from the Estate Office of Sandringham, confirming the impressed mark on the drawer indicates that it was 'constructed by pupils at Queen Alexandra's Carving School'. Provenance: Ellis & Sons, Antique, Victorian and Edwardian Furniture sale, September 1978, Lot 32.
Hammer price: £1,800
A 19th Century Anglo-Indian rosewood side table, the rectangular top with a gadrooned edge above three frieze drawers inset with brass recessed handles, raised on a pair of carved and pierced supports united by a platform stretcher, height approx 76cm, width approx 100cm, depth approx 62cm (faults).
Hammer price: £1,000
An 18th Century oak and walnut table top bureau, the fall flap above a moulded drawer, flanked by applied gilt brass handles, height approx 24.5cm, width approx 46cm (alterations and restoration).
Hammer price: £85
A Victorian giltwood open armchair of Neoclassical Louis XVI design, the frame carved with entrelacs and foliage, the surmount with a tied ribbon and laurel leaves, the arched back and seat covered in Royal Windsor tapestry, the back bearing a crowned 'IIL' monogram flanked by two winged putti, the seat with a view of Windsor Castle within a border of roses, the front with the Windsor Manufactory seal, raised on stop fluted legs, the frame inscribed in pencil 'C. Bishop, 1882, Windsor' and bearing paper label of HRH the Duchess of Albany, height approx 103cm, width approx 64cm. Provenance: this chair was given as a wedding present to Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany, Queen Victoria's youngest son, and his bride, Princess Helen of Waldeck and Pyrmont. They were married at Windsor on 27th April 1882 and lived at Claremont near Esher, where the Duchess of Albany died in 1922. The chair was sold on behalf of the Executors of Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone, by Christie's in 1981 and again in Dreweatt Neate's 18th and 19th century furniture sale on 25th September 1991, Lot 217.
Hammer price: £1,300
An Edwardian mahogany and satinwood Davenport with overall inset blind fretwork panels, the hinged pen compartment above a leather writing surface, sliding forward to reveal a letter compartment, the base fitted with a glazed cabinet, on square tapering legs and brass castors, height approx 86cm, width approx 60cm.
Hammer price: £280
A 19th Century mahogany Canterbury, the two divisions with turned supports above a single drawer, on turned legs and brass castors, height approx 47cm, width approx 41cm (alterations and restoration).
Hammer price: £45
An 18th Century walnut chest-on-chest, the moulded pediment above three short and five long drawers, on bracket feet, height approx 173cm, width approx 105cm, depth approx 57cm (alterations and restoration).
Hammer price: £340
A George III and later oak side cupboard, the moulded top above a pair of fielded panel doors, on bracket feet, height approx 135cm, width approx 112cm, depth approx 48cm (alterations).
Hammer price: £120
A William IV mahogany oval centre table, the moulded top above a faceted octagonal baluster stem, the quatrefoil platform base with turned feet, height approx 73cm, length approx 123cm, width approx 88cm.
Hammer price: £100
A set of six late Victorian walnut framed dining chairs, the carved backs above padded seats, on fluted tapering legs, width approx 45cm.
Hammer price: £100
A 19th Century oak and elm press with a large winding handle and a single drawer, width approx 65cm.
Hammer price: £60
An early 19th Century mahogany Pembroke work table, fitted with two drawers and a canopy drawer, on ring turned legs terminating in brass caps and castors, height approx 74cm, extended width approx 95cm.
Hammer price: £160
A George III figured mahogany bureau, the fall flap above four long drawers with boxwood stringing, on bracket feet, height approx 110cm, width approx 94cm (faults).
Hammer price: £50
A mid-Victorian burr walnut centre table, the serpentine shaped top with a moulded edge, raised on four scroll supports and carved cabriole legs, terminating in china castors, height approx 70cm, length approx 152cm.
Hammer price: £650
A Victorian rosewood stool, the upholstered seat on carved cabriole legs, height approx 39cm, length approx 55cm.
Hammer price: £85
A Victorian rosewood chiffonier, the shelf back above a single drawer and a pair of cupboard doors, on a plinth base, height approx 140cm, width approx 92cm (some faults).
Hammer price: £24