26 septembre 2012

A Regency black lacquered and giltwood drum shaped bookcase, early 19th century

A Regency black lacquered and giltwood drum shaped bookcase, early 19th century - Photo Sotheby's  with an inset tooled leather top with central octagonal lid opening to reveal a well fitted with a jardinière liner, the double paw feet with concealed castors; 78cm. high, 65cm. diameter; 2ft. 7¼in., 2ft. 2in. Estimate: 25,000 - 40,000 GBP PROVENANCE: With H. Blairman & Sons, London at some point  before 1985; Interestingly there is a bookcase in the famous Wanstead House sale in 1822 which is described as... [Lire la suite]
23 juillet 2012

A Regency Japanned side cabinet. England, circa 1820

A Regency Japanned side cabinet. England, circa 1820. © 2012 MALLETT ANTIQUES the rounded edge top with a painted gold border, above one long drawer with ivory handles and painted Greek key motif decoration, fitted with fifteen small compartments, above a cupboard door inset with an arched shaped tole panel decorated with an oriental man in elaborate costume amongst foliage, set on a red ground, the border with stylised painted decoration including fretwork, Greek key pattern and Chinese characters, the cabinet sides with... [Lire la suite]
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19 août 2011

A Regency sarcophagus shaped tortoisehell tea caddy

A Regency sarcophagus shaped tortoisehell tea caddy. Photo courtesy Bonhams With ivory ring side handles, fitted interior with glass mixing bowl, on ivory pad feet, 33cmcm wide, 16cm deep, 18cm high (12.5" wide, 6" deep, 7" high) - Estimate: £1,000 - 1,500 Bonhams. Pictures, Furniture, Tribal, European & Asian Works of Art, 7 Sep 2011, Oxford www.bonhams.com
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19 août 2011

A late Regency tortoiseshell etui

A late Regency tortoiseshell etui. Photo courtesy Bonhams Of bowed form, the hinged top with push button release, fitted with thimble, tweezers, scissors and various other ecutrements, 10cm high. Estimate: £200 - 300 Bonhams. Pictures, Furniture, Tribal, European & Asian Works of Art, 7 Sep 2011, Oxford www.bonhams.com
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19 août 2011

A late Regency tortoiseshell tea caddy

A late Regency tortoiseshell tea caddy. Photo courtesy Bonhams With two lidded compartments, on ivory bun feet, 17cm wide. Estimate: £300 - 400 Bonhams. Pictures, Furniture, Tribal, European & Asian Works of Art, 7 Sep 2011, Oxford www.bonhams.com
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31 juillet 2010

Regency Polychrome Penwork Chinoiserie Cabinet. England, circa 1820.

Regency Polychrome Penwork Chinoiserie Cabinet. England, circa 1820. photo Kentshire Galleries Ltd. An extraordinary Regency polychrome and monochrome elaborately decorated and fitted penwork cabinet with chinoiserie decoration of figures and pagodas in gardens. height: 77 1/2 - depth: 25 1/2 - width/length: 44 1/2. Very good antique condition. Slight restorations to penwork side panels. Price onb application.Kentshire Galleries Ltd. Phone: 212-673-6644 212-673-6644 - E-Mail: info@kentshire.com
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10 août 2009

The Manuel March Collection from Son Galcerán, Mallorca @ Christie's on October 2009

London – Christie’s announces an important two day auction of The Manuel March Collection from Son Galcerán, Mallorca, which will take place in London on 28 and 29 October. This connoisseur’s collection embraces over 500 lots of Old Master and 19th Century Pictures, European Furniture, Silver, Russian works of art and European Sculpture, the core of which once formed a part of one of the greatest European collections assembled in the 20th century.Pedro Girao, Chairman of Christie’s European Advisory Board and Orlando Rock,... [Lire la suite]
12 avril 2009

An important Regency blue john Krater-form vase attributed to James Shore. circa 1815

An important Regency blue john Krater-form vase attributed to James Shore. circa 1815 Restorations, additions to socle. 75.6 cm; 36.8 cm; 63.5 cm; 28.6 cm. Estimate 60,000—80,000 USD. Lot Sold 152,500 USD NOTE: This impressive blue john vase is closely related to another vase of similar form, now in the collection of the Duke of Devonshire at Chatsworth House, Derbyshire (T. Ford, Derbyshire Blue John, Ashbourne: Landmark Publishing, 2000, p. 86), which was made in 1815 by James Shore of Matlock Bath,... [Lire la suite]
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