An impressive book case in two parts and excellent condition, the lower part with four drawers and four doors on stepped base and upper frieze; inside each door two sections; locks, key and bronze hand grips; the upper part in three large compartments, each with with four sections; stepped frieze; massive fruit wood, around 1900.
height 250cm, width 210cm, depth 48cm
A charming small bronze chandelier with rare nine branches and lights; central column with round central piece and richly shaped branches and volutes, ending in nine spouts with tazzas; the lower ending in form of grapes; bronze cast with very fine hand finish and original gilding, partly decorated with leaves, grapes, flowers and girl's portrait; not electrified; Austrian around 1855.
height 85cm, width 48cm
A Vienna long case lantern clock signed Philipp Happacher (1784-1843), Bronze movement with signed enamel dial, with Roman numbers and two steel fingers, one wind up hole and gilded bronze border; pendulum and bronze weight; in mahogany casket in lantern shape with roof top, with small maple intarsias and arched central window; front and side windows, the front possible to open; ending in a concave waved ending; two knobs to set the hanging position; movement in well condition; one side window missing; Vienna 19th Century.
A Georgian-style book case on four canted concave legs with two doors with glass and wooden sections; party with carved and fluted ornamental decorations, extended upper frieze; inside with three sections; mahogany on hardwood; brass shields and locks; England early 20th Century.
Ten Victorian dinning room chairs; eight with turned legs and open work shaped back-seat, bowed front, polished massive mahogany, England around 1860, with later tapestry; and two dinning room chairs with open work back-seat canted legs, polished massive mahogany, late 19th Century, with later tapestry.
A large extendible Victorian dinning table on six fluted and turned concave legs on bronze wheels; round corners and vertical veneered frieze; the top with round stepped border and as well rounded corners; inside wooden extendible mechanism; massive mahogany and veneered on hardwood, polished; extendible to over 3,60m length, extending wooden panels missing; England around 1870.
165x155cm, height 72cm
A tobacco box in oriental style with one lid, rectangular shape; ash veneer on pine wood, with geometrical lines; in the centre watercolour portrait of an oriental gentleman smoking a pipe with needlework decoration, under glass, in style frame; around 1830.
A small Sheraton-style console table on four fluted and bowed long feet, with lower top basketwork decoration, two drawers and flat upper top; satinwood veneer on hardwood, with very fine painted decorations in classical manner; polished; England around 1900.
A Sheraton-style bench with two side grips on long legs and open work decorated back seat; satinwood massive and partly veneered on hardwood, with rich flower classical painted decorations, polished; around 1900.
height 95cm, length 95cm, depth 45cm; seat height 48cm
An elegant Sheraton-style lady's writing desk, on four long concave legs on bronze wheels; kidney shape with bowed sides and three central drawers, extendible writing top; the upper part with six small drawers, one central door and two bowed lids to be opened with several sections inside; the top centre with a heightened ending; inside massive mahogany and outside with satinwood veneer on hardwood, decorated with portraits and classical painted ornaments; polished, with original bronze mounts and locks; England around 1900.
height 105cm, length 112cm, depth 55cm; writing height 80cm
A wooden wall console with rich carvings of a naked girl on a swing and rich ornamental carved decorations; the top in the centre outbowed with stepped border; dark and light brown colours, polished; Austrian 2nd Half 19th Century.
38cm lenght, width 34cm, depth 26cm
French directoire miniature model commode, with three drawers on four fluted legs; the side corners in round column design, partly stepped; mahogany with original black and grey marble top with white inclusions; bronze knobs and mounts; 1st half 19th Century.
height 38cm, 44x24cm
Claude Michel Clodion (1738– 1814)-attributed, Terracotta sculpture of a Satyr with a maiden holding a baker and with wine leaves in her hair, by a tree stump, on round marble base with gilded bronze ring; signed on the reverse Clodion; 18th/19th Century.