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  • A Pair of Display Cabinets By C. Mellier & Co
  • A Pair of Late Georgian Oak Benches Attributed to Gillows
  • A Pair of George II Style Mirrors
  • A Fine Table Cabinet
  • A Very Early Strut Clock By Thomas Cole
  • A George IV Dressing Case By J. Corfield
  • An Extraordinary Rustic Tripod Table Clock by Thomas Cole
  • A Children’s Painted Calèche
  • A Satinwood Writing Desk Attributed to Holland & Sons
  • A Substantial Walnut Library Bookcase
  • Jupe's Patent Mechanical Action Extending Dining Table
  • A Burgundy Leather Bound Writing Box
  • A Regency Period X-Frame Stool Possibly by George Bullock
  • A Mahogany Reading Chair After a design by Thomas Sheraton
  • A Neoclassical Revival Satinwood Miniature Bureau
  • A George III Period Drum Top Centre Table
  • A George III Style Satinwood Demilune Commode
  • A Satinwood Writing Desk in the Manner of Maple & Co
  • A Magnificent Library Table Attributed to Jackson & Graham
  • A George IV Sofa In the Grecian Manner
  • An Important Pair of Silvered Eight-Light Chandeliers
  • A Fine Writing Box Retailed by Howell, James & Co
  • A Pair of Klismos Armchairs of Important Size
  • An Amboyna Occasional Table In the manner of Thomas King
  • A Late 19th-Century Oak Presentation Wheelbarrow
  • The 1897 Diamond Jubilee Clock By Camerer, Kuss & Co
  • An Elegant Quartetto Nest of Tables
  • A Magnificent Bureau Bookcase in the Neoclassical Manner
  • A Pair of Late Georgian Adjustable Tripod Tables Attributed to Gillows
  • A Pair of Neo-Classical Giltwood Jardinières
  • A Gothic Revival Table Made for Windsor Castle
  • A Wonderful Pair of Display Cabinets Firmly Attributed to Jackson & Graham of London
  • A Fine Commode By Mellier and Company in the Manner of André-Charles Boulle
  • A Fine 19th Century Inlaid Etagere Attributed to Holland & Sons
  • A George III Giltwood Pier Mirror In the Manner of Thomas Johnson
  • A George III Style Carved Giltwood Mirror After a design by Thomas Johnson
  • A George II Style Pier Glass in the manner of Matthias Lock
  • A Late Georgian Musical Table Clock
  • A Good Longcase Clock in the Chinoiserie Manner
  • A Late Adam Period Work Table
  • A Fine Trompe l'Œil Painted Occasional Table
  • A Fine Octagonal Library Desk
  • A Carved Walnut Library Table
  • A Portrait Bust by Lawrence MacDonald (1799-1878)
  • A Fine Drinks Box retailed by Spiers of Oxford
  • A Marble Bust of the Duke of Wellington by Robert Physick
  • A Good Writing Table in the Manner of Holland & Sons
  • A Very Fine Display Cabinet by Hampton & Sons of London
  • A Fine Corner Cabinet Firmly Attributed to Maples & Co
  • A Cabinet Firmly Attributed to Wright & Mansfield
  • A Fine Pair of Armchairs in the Neo-classical manner of Robert Adam
  • A Fine Set of Twelve Dining Chairs in the Manner of Thomas Chippendale
  • A Centre Table firmly attributed to Holland and Sons
  • A Pair of Tables Firmly Attributed to Donald Ross
  • A Notable & Recorded Pair of ‘Cleopatra’ Candle Vases By Matthew Boulton
  • A Drinks Suite
  • A Pair of Elkington & Company Lidded Confitures
  • A Display Cabinet in the manner of Thomas Chippendale
  • A Library Table in the Manner of Morel & Seddon Later retailed by Edwards and Roberts
  • A Pair of Regency Card Tables
  • A Pair of St James's Club Library Armchairs
  • A Walnut Stool in the Early Georgian Manner
  • A Pair of Late Regency Footstools
  • A Mahogany Library Bookcase Firmly Attributed to Gillows
  • A Good Regency Period Serving Table in the Manner of George Smith
  • A Fine Étagerè of the Regency Period
  • A Regency Period Mahogany Serving Table
  • A Good Centre Table by Johnstone & Jeanes of London
  • A Centre Table of the Late Georgian Period
  • A Stately Home Sized Regency Convex Mirror
  • ‘Les Lavandieres’ by Sir William Llewellyn PRA
  • A Giltwood Mirror in the George III Style
  • A Fine Quarter Chiming Bracket Clock By John Bennett of Cheapside, London
  • A Fine End Support Table Firmly Attributed to Gillows of Lancaster
  • A Georgian Writing Table by Gillow
  • An Elegant Regency Period Chaise Longue
  • A Mahogany and Brass Centre Table
  • A Pair of Carved Mahogany Settees
  • A Davenport of Rare Form
  • A Cabinet Stamped by Gillows of Lancaster
  • A Late Georgian Library Cabinet Attributed to Gillows
  • An Oak Pedestal Desk After a Design by Thomas Chippendale
  • A George III Mahogany Partners Desk
  • A Satinwood and Ormolu Folio Cabinet
  • A Magnificent Oak Partner’s Desk made in the Gothic Manner
  • A Georgian Mahogany Serving Table of the Regency Period
  • A Walnut Serpentine Card Table Firmly Attributed to Gillows
  • A Rare Regency Period Work Table Attributable to James Newton
  • A Magnificent Library Centre Table of Exhibition Quality of the George IVth Period, in the Manner of Morel & Seddon
  • An Antique painted Satinwood Longcase Clock by Maple & Company
  • A Pair of Console Tables in the Neoclassical Style Firmly Attributed to Edwards & Roberts
  • A Highly Decorative Wine Cooler in the Graeco-Roman Taste
  • A Splendid Pair of Console Tables From Shrublands Park, Coddenham, Suffolk