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Items of Distinction

  • An Exceptional Giltwood Table de Milieu in the Louis XIV Style
  • An Exhibition Quality Garniture de Cheminée By Jules Graux
  • A Monumental Brèche Violette Fireplace In the Louis XV Manner
  • A Magnificent Pair of Louis XV Style Ormolu & Crystal Girandoles Probably by Baccarat
  • Jupe's Patent Mechanical Action Extending Dining Table
  • A Pair of Klismos Armchairs of Important Size
  • A Rare Grand Tour Table Possibly by Cesare Roccheggiani
  • An Exhibition-Quality Cabinet By Maison Guéret of Paris
  • An Important Pair of Ormolu Basket Chandeliers In the Louis XVI Style
  • A Remarkable Pair of Candelabra By Sormani of Paris
  • An Exceptional Secretaire à Abattant by Charles-Guillaume Winckelsen
  • A Lacquer-mounted Cabinet in the Louis XVI Manner by Maison Krieger
  • A Rare Pair of Georgian Floor-Standing Candelabra Attributed to Hancock & Rixon
  • The 1851 Great Exhibition Carved Armchair by Arthur Jones
  • The Lartington Hall Carved Boiserie Panels By Signor Anton Leone Bulletti
  • A Lacquer-Mounted Bureau Plat In the Louis XV Style by Beurdeley
  • A Very Fine Commode By Henry Dasson
  • A Bureau Plat in the Louis XV Manner By François Linke
  • A Remarkable Pair of Display Cabinets By Henri Picard of Paris
  • An Important Pair of Jardinières on Stands of the Belle Époque Period
  • A Fine Commode By Mellier and Company in the Manner of André-Charles Boulle
  • A Table Vitrine by Beurdeley of Paris
  • An Important Side Cabinet By Henry Dasson
  • A Bureau Plat in the Louis XIV Manner By Toms and Luscombe
  • A Fine Pair of Cabinets by Henry Dasson
  • A George III Giltwood Pier Mirror In the Manner of Thomas Johnson
  • A Pair of George III Mirrors Attributed to John Linnell
  • A George III Style Carved Giltwood Mirror After a design by Thomas Johnson
  • A Fine Table Cabinet By Giovanni Battista Gatti
  • A Grand Tour Centre Table with a Rare Micromosaic Top
  • A Pair of Figural Porte-Lumières, Cast by Barbedienne
  • A Monumental Ormolu Mirror Exhibited at the Exposition Universelle, Paris 1889 By Henry Dasson of Paris
  • An Important Pair of Torchères in the Louis XV Manner
  • A Fine and Important Pedestal Cupboard in the Louis XIV Manner by Henry Dasson
  • A Marquetry and Gilt Bronze Secretaire by Rogie after the original in the Wallace Collection
  • A Fine Bureau Plat in the Manner of André-Charles Boulle
  • A Royal Cabinet Made for Prince Albert Edward at Marlborough House By Holland & Sons
  • ‘His Old Wedding Hat’ by Charles Spencelayh