Important English Furniture, Decoration, Carpets Sothebys

New York, NY, 10-24-92

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Important English furniture, decorations, and carpets, New York, NY. Saturday, October 24, 1992. 438 lots. With color and black and white images.

Product Highlights
  • Large collection of English furniture, complete with in depth descriptions, images, and estimates
Size Information

10.5 in. , 8.25 in.

Condition Report

The cover, corners, and edges with wear.

Content Summary

1  A collection of seven reference books on English furniture

2  A group of seven books of furniture, decorative, and fine arts

3  A regency tole tray, first half 19th century

4  Four Chinese hand-painted wallpaper panels

5  A 17th century painted parchment armorial roll English

6  A Victorian paper-mounted, painted and silk embroidered

7  Audubon, John James, The Birds of America

8  An English needlework panel, 18th century

9  A George II walnut and needlework pole

10  The works in architecture of Robert and James Asam, esquires, printed for the authors, London 1779

11  A colonial ebony and etched ivory-mounted workbox, mid 19th century

12  A late George III tortoiseshell tea caddy, circa 1800, together with a colonial tortoiseshell and ivory-mounted miniature box, 19th century

13  A Victorian brass telescope, 19th century, Vickers, York

14  A late Regency tortoiseshell and ivory mounted tea caddy, first quarter 19th century

15  A Regency ivory and tortoiseshell-mounted tea caddy, first quarter 19th century

16  An Anglo-Indian and ebony model of a cannon, mid-19th century

17  A pair of George II style walnut child’s side chairs, 19th century

18 A George III giltwood oval mirror, third-quarter 18th century

19 A George III style giltwood mirror

20 Victorian tole peinte serving tray, mid-19th century

21 A Chinese export gilt decorated black lacquer dressing mirror, 19th century

22 A pair of Chinese export gilt decorated black lacquer specimen cabinets, mid-19th century

23  A set of six English glazed earthenware tiles, late 19th century, signed John Mortlock Studio, Oxford Street and Orchard Street

24  A brass and copper mounted wood ship model of a cutty shark

25  A dockyard half model of an American merchant ship, mid-to-late 19th century

26  A fine English frigate, early 19th century

27  Two Victorian wooden models of a stagecoach, circa 1860

28 a pair of Baroque style gilt wood seven light wall sconces, 19th century

29  A William and Mary Eglomise and gilt decorated mirror

30  A small William and Mary Burl walnut wall mirror, together with an oval silk embroidered picture panel, the panel second half 19th century

31  A pair of Regency style mahogany, steel, and gilt bronze mounted jardinieres

32  Two silver-gilt wood figures of whippets

33  A brass-inlaid mahogany humidor on stand

34  A pair of metal-mounted glass hall lanterns, late 19th century

35  A pair of south Staffordshire enamel candlesticks, mid 18th century, now mounted as lamps

-Skipped lots

60 A fine Regency mahogany regulator, 1800-1810

61 A fine Dutch Rococo inlaid walnut tall case clock, mid-to-late 18th century

62 A George III gilt decorated bottle green Japanned tall case clock, third-quarter, 18th century

63 A fine George II gilt-decorated scarlet Japanned tall case clock-second quarter, 18th century

64 George III black Japanned tall case clock, circa 1780

65 A George III miniature tall case timepiece with alarm

66 An ivory inlaid tortoiseshell clock, first half 19th century, French

67 A George II mahogany tilt top table mid 18th century

68 A George III mahogany tea table, third-quarter 18th century

69 A George III inlaid mahogany bow fronted sideboard, last quarter 18th century

70 A George III mahogany chest of drawer, third-quarter 18th century

71 A George II burl walnut chest on chest, mid-18th century

72 A George I burl walnut and oak chest on chest, second-quarter 18th century

73 An early Victorian mahogany drinks table second quarter-to-mid 19th century

74 A George III style painted satinwood work table, late 19th century

75 A set of eighteen George III mahogany dining chairs, circa 1800

76 A George III style terra cotta pedestal

77 A Regency mahogany sideboard, first quarter 19th century

78 A George III inlaid satinwood and mahogany work table circa 1800

79 An early Victorian rosewood writing table circa 1845

80 A Regency inlaid rosewood and mahogany circular breakfast table

81 A pair of Regency brass-inlaid rosewood cabinets, circa 1810

82 Two similar George III giltwood pier mirrors, last quarter 18th century

83 A pair of George III painted and parcel-gilt demi lune games tables, circa 1780

84 A Regency giltwood and part ebonized convex mirror, first quarter 19th century

85 A George II red walnut drop leaf oval table, mid-18th century

86 A George III inlaid mahogany demilune games table, circa 1780

87 A Victorian mahogany brass mounted three-tier dumbwaiter

88 A Regency painted parcel-gilt brass mounted marble top side cabinet

89 A William IV marble-top parcel-gilt rosewood console, circa 1835

90 An unusual George II inlaid walnut chest on chest

91 An Edwardian inlaid satinwood cabinet on stand, circa 1900

92 A George III mahogany settee

93 A George II inlaid walnut chest of drawers

94 A Victorian needlework upholstered mahogany ottoman

95 A pair of Queen Anne walnut side chairs, early 18th century

96 A William IV inlaid various woods octagonal tilt-top table, second quarter 19th century

97 A George III inlaid oak hanging corner cabinet, late 18th/early 19th century

98 A George III walnut armchair, third quarter, 18th century

99 A Victorian mahogany canterbury, third-quarter 19th century

-Skipped lots

246 An important and rare set of twelve George III mahogany “Gothick dining chairs, circa 1765

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320 A very fine and rare Queen Anne needlepoint upholstered walnut wing chair, circa 1705

-Skipped lots

429 An Aubusson carpet, France

430 A continental needlepoint carpet

431 A Bessarabian carpet

432 A Portuguese needlework carpet

433 An Oushak carpet, West Anatolia

434 An Aubusson carpet, France

435 A Savonnerie carpet, France

436 A French needlepoint carpet

437 An Oushak carpet, West Anatolia

438 An Amritsar carpet, North India

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