Silver Ship, with three mast, sails, strings, boats, barrels, wheels, gallery, encourage, one
central flag etc. On integrated X base with rich floral decorations, partly cast, chased and engraved, in
baroque style, several unidentified silver marks, late 19th Century. 6800 gram
David Roberts (1796-1864 )-graphic, Two original colour lithographies on paper from the
edition of the Holy Land produced by Louis Haghe between 1842-1849 in London. First showing the
Omar showing the site of the Temple, and the second; the pool of Bethesda, signed and dated in the
stone Jerusalem 12th April 1839. In passepartout, framed under glass, a pair.
35×50 and 34×49cm
David Roberts (1796-1864)-graphic, Two original colour lithographies on paper from the
edition of the Holy Land produced by Louis Haghe between 1842-1849 in London. First showing The
dome of the Rocks described on the back Church of Pruification, the second showing; the Citadel of
Jerusalem, signed and dated in the stone 9th April 1839 and 19th April 1841, in Passepartout, framed,
under glass, a pair.
33×49 and 33×48 cm
Souvenirs de Jerusalem, Two colour lithographies by Arthus Bertrand Editeur after designs
by Contre amiral from the French naval expedition to the Holy Land in 1861, Printed by Lemercier
Paris on Paper, both showing the Interior of the Omar Mosque (Dome of the Rocks), framed under
glass, a pair.
Pair of Demi Lune Chests, in Louis XVI manner, each on four concave feet, with one door,
the upper and lower border and the panel borders gilded, white painted classicist flower and vase
decorations on blue-green ground, on pinewood. Possibly Turin, 19th/20th Century.
André-Charles Boulle (1642-1732)-attributed, small rectangular table on four concave feet,
open work x-shaped and curved lower connection. Right central fries with one drawer, and leather
fitted top. Rich floral and ornaments pewter and bronze intarsia on red tortoise shell, on ebonized hard
and pinewood corpus. Surrounded on borders, feet and capitels by bronze gilded mounts with
geometrical signs. The top border as well with rounded bronze corners. The drawer with iron lock and
brass shield, key missing, small parts missing and damages. On the underside of the drawer old paper
label described “proprieta...ienale”? Later restorations, French 17th/18th Century.
Vienna Style Regulator, by “Lonsdale & Snelling” numbered 20, white enamel dial with
Roman numbers, metal fingers and one wind up hole in bronze frame, original movement, pendulum
and weight, in original mahagony veneered casket, with arched and carved top. Ornaments and glass
on three sides. Two doors, English, 20th Century.