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A Regency rosewood lady's writing desk, in the manner of Gillows of Lancaster, the pierced brass three-quarter galleried top above a hinged writing surface, raised on turned and finely carved supports united by a shaped undertier, terminating in brass castors, height 85cm, width 73cm, depth 52cm.
Hammer price: £850
A George I walnut chest of three short and three long drawers, the crossbanded top above feather banded drawers, raised on bracket feet, height 87cm, width 96cm, depth 56cm (alterations and restoration).
Hammer price: £600
A Queen Anne walnut chest-on-stand with yew and walnut crossbanded decoration, fitted with two short and three graduated long drawers, the stand with a single drawer and raised on barley twist legs united by shaped platform stretchers, terminating in bun feet, height 116cm, width 102cm, depth 58cm (alterations and restoration).
Hammer price: £720
A late 19th century gilt and ebonized overmantel mirror, the frame decorated with a continuous running scroll band cornered by anthemion spray mounts, height 101cm, width 122cm.
Hammer price: £550
A George III provincial oak chest-on-chest, the moulded pediment above three short and four long drawers, the base fitted with two short and two long drawers, raised on bracket feet, height 179cm, width 109cm, depth 48cm.
Hammer price: £400
A George I walnut chest of two short and three long drawers, the drawer fronts with crossbanded borders, raised on bracket feet, height 89cm, width 95cm, depth 53cm (later veneered top and other alterations).
Hammer price: £500
A pair of early 20th century kingwood and marble topped bedside chests of three drawers, raised on cabriole legs, height 75cm, width 31cm, depth 28cm.
Hammer price: £260
An early 20th century Gothic style oak refectory table, the three-plank rectangular top above a pair of 'X' frame supports united by a chamfered stretcher, height 81cm, length 220cm, width 69cm (alterations).
Hammer price: £350
A set of four late 20th century Danish rosewood dining chairs, comprising two carvers and two standards, the triple ladder backs above turned legs, together with a Danish rosewood extending dining table, raised on angular supports, extended length 180cm.
Hammer price: £220
An early 18th century oak lowboy, the rectangular moulded top above three frieze drawers, raised on turned and block legs united by stretchers, on turned feet, height 68cm, width 83cm, depth 53cm (some minor alterations and repairs).
Hammer price: £220
An early 20th century walnut bowfront display cabinet with crossbanded decoration, the moulded top above a carved frieze and an astragal glazed door, raised on carved cabriole legs and paw feet, height 178cm, width 90cm, depth 46cm.
Hammer price: £500
An Edwardian mahogany and satinwood crossbanded display cabinet, fitted with two glazed doors flanked by bowed glass ends, raised on square tapering legs and spade feet, united by an undertier, height 177cm, width 130cm, depth 40cm.
Hammer price: £180
A set of four Edwardian Arts and Crafts Glasgow School oak dining chairs, possibly designed by E.A. Taylor, comprising a single carver and three standard, the pierced top rails above comb backs and overstuffed seats, on square section and turned tapering legs, height 105cm.
Hammer price: £85
A George VI oak desk, the rectangular top inset with a green writing surface above three frieze drawers, raised on square tapering block legs, bearing crowned G.R. VI cypher to underside, height 77cm, width 153cm, depth 92cm. Note: this desk was originally made for HMP, Isle of Wight.
Hammer price: £150
A Regency mahogany work table, the hinged lid with a rosewood crossbanded border, the frieze with ebony line inlay above a yellow silk-covered basket, raised on a platform base and downswept scrolling legs, height 67cm, width 56cm, depth 40cm.
Hammer price: £220
A George III mahogany and brass bound octagonal wine cooler, raised on block legs, height 60cm, width 46cm (alterations and restoration).
Hammer price: £280
A pair of late 19th century gilt composition pier mirrors of arched rectangular form, the cartouche and foliate scroll surmount above a continuous band of ribbon twists, beads and foliate scrolls, height 193cm, width 51cm.
Hammer price: £820
A George II mahogany kettle stand base with a later fitted circular top, the turned stem and tripod legs with carved acanthus leaves, height 79cm (alterations), together with another wine table with cast metal base, height 73cm.
Hammer price: £190
A 17th century and later oak bible box, the hinged sloping lid above a carved frieze, height 28cm, width 61cm, depth 40cm (alterations).
Hammer price: £85
An Edwardian mahogany and inlaid glazed display cabinet, the moulded arch pediment above a door, raised on square tapering and outswept legs, height 183cm, width 75cm, depth 34cm.
Hammer price: £90