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					SESSION THREE
Furniture, Paintings,
Watercolours and Drawings


Tuesday 21 October 7pm
Lots 481–690
                                                        ENGLISH FURNITURE

                                                        481
                                                        A GEORGE II WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS,
                                                        18TH CENTURY
                                                        the outset rectangular top with feather-
                                                        banding above a pair of short and three long
                                                        graduated drawers, on bracket feet,
                                                        restorations, veneer loss, some staining,
                                                        later handles
                                                        96cm high, 100cm wide, 57cm deep
                                                        ILLUSTRATED

                                                        R 8 000 - 10 000




                481



482
A GEORGE III MAHOGANY FALL-FRONT
BUREAU, CIRCA 1790
the rectangular top above a fall-front
enclosing a small cupboard, pigeon holes and
drawers, with four graduated long drawers
below, on ogee feet
93cm high, 76cm wide, 46cm deep
ILLUSTRATED

R 12 000 - 15 000




                                                                            482




                                                        483
                                                        A GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND BRASS-
                                                        BOUND CELLARET, CIRCA 1800
                                                        the octagonal moulded top enclosing
                                                        a zinc-lined interior, the sides with lion-mask-
                                                        and-ring handles, the conforming stand on
                                                        tapering square-section legs with brass
                                                        cappings and castors
                                                        58,5cm high, 51cm diameter
                                                        ILLUSTRATED

                                                        R 20 000 - 30 000
      483




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484
A TERRESTRIAL POCKET GLOBE BY
WILLIAMS & ALDERMANBURY,
LONDON, FIRST HALF
19TH CENTURY
the sphere applied with twelve
hand-coloured gores of the
terrestrial map, in a shagreen case,
the interior with celestial map,
minor restorations, 7,5cm diameter,
the shagreen case with restorations,
minor chipping and some distortion
ILLUSTRATED

R 20 000 - 30 000


485
A 12 INCH J & W CAREY                            484
CELESTIAL TABLE GLOBE,
EARLY 19TH CENTURY
the globe made up of twelve hand-
coloured engraved gores laid to the
ecliptic poles, with the axis through
the celestial poles, the cartouche
reads “CARY’S NEW CELESTIAL
GLOBE ON WHICH are currently
laid down upwards of 3500 Stars
Selected from the most accurate
observations and calculated for the
Year 1800. With the extent of each
Constellation precisely defined By
MR Gilpin of the ROYAL
SOCIETY, Made & Sold by J & W.
Cary, Strand, London, Jan. 1, 1816”,
the engraved paper horizon
graduated in degrees of amplitude
and azimuth with compass
directions, days of the month and
days of the houses of the Zodiac,
the mahogany horizon raised on
four curved quadrant supports on a
turned central column with a brass
meridian support, on three cabriole
legs with pad feet, centred by a
glazed compass with paper and
steel needle, restorations
63cm high
ILLUSTRATED

R 25 000 - 35 000




                                                       485




485   DETAIL

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                                                                 487




486                                    488
A GEORGE III MAHOGANY                  A SET OF FOURTEEN REGENCY
CHEST OF DRAWERS, EARLY                MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS,
19TH CENTURY                           CIRCA 1825
the reeded rectangular top above a     including a pair of armchairs, each
pair of short drawers and three long   with moulded tablet-shaped toprail
graduated drawers below, on            above a rope-twist midrail, stuff-
bracket feet                           over seat, on ring-turned tapering
106cm high, 107cm wide,                legs (14)
51cm deep                              ILLUSTRATED
R 9 000 - 12 000                       R 120 000 - 150 000

487                                    489
A PAIR OF REGENCY ROSEWOOD             A LATE REGENCY MAHOGANY
SETTEES, CIRCA 1825                    SIDEBOARD, CIRCA 1830
each shaped rectangular back           with reeded and crossbanded
with carved fluted arm fronts, on      breakfront top above a frieze
lobed legs with brass cappings and     drawer, with a napery drawer below
castors                                flanked by a pair of cellaret drawers,
230cm long (2)                         on ring-turned tapering legs with
ILLUSTRATED                            ball feet, inlaid with brass stringing,
R 60 000 - 80 000                      some veneer and stringing loss
                                       90cm high, 136cm wide, 63cm deep
                                       R 10 000 - 12 000


                                                                                    488   PART LOT




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488
                                                                                                    490
                                                                                                    A REGENCY ROSEWOOD AND CUT-BRASS
                                                                                                    INLAID CENTRE TABLE, CIRCA 1820
                                                                                                    the circular top inlaid with a border of
                                                                                                    gryphons flanking an urn and with foliage,
                                                                                                    outlined with stringing, on a faceted tapering
                                                                                                    lobed column, the quadripartite base with
                                                                                                    outswept legs and paw feet
                                                                                                    70cm high, 130cm diameter
                                                                                                    ILLUSTRATED

                                                                                                    R 35 000 - 45 000




                                             490




491                                                492
A REGENCY MAHOGANY HALL CHAIR,                     A REGENCY MAHOGANY CAMPAIGN
CIRCA 1830                                         ‘CHAMBER’ OR WRITING TABLE, CIRCA 1820

the vase-shaped back with foliate paterae          the rectangular crossbanded top with
above a waisted pierced splat, moulded             adjustable firescreen frame, the frieze drawer
saddle-shaped seat on ring-turned tapering         enclosing an adjustable writing surface and a
legs                                               secret pen compartment, the side fitted with
ILLUSTRATED
                                                   a pull-out stationery tray, on ring-turned
                                                   tapering legs, brass cappings and castors,
R 4 000 - 6 000                                    ebonised stringing throughout, restorations
                                                   80cm high, 54cm wide, 48,5cm deep
                                                   R 8 000 - 10 000




                                                                                                                    491




                                                                                                    493
                                                                                                    A REGENCY ROSEWOOD AND CALAMANDER
                                                                                                    LIBRARY TABLE, CIRCA 1820
                                                                                                    the rectangular top with rounded corners and
                                                                                                    crossbanded in coromandel, above a pair of
                                                                                                    frieze drawers, on stile supports with hipped
                                                                                                    legs, brass paws and castors, restorations
                                                                                                    71,5cm high, 101cm wide, 61,5cm deep
                                                                                                    ILLUSTRATED
                                                                                                    R 25 000 - 35 000


                                493




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                                                                        494   DETAIL




                                                   494




494
A WILLIAM IV SATINWOOD, INLAID
AMARANTH AND FRUITWOOD SOFA TABLE,
CIRCA 1830
the hinged rectangular top inlaid with an oval
fan-shaped patera centred by a compass
enclosed by a four-leaf clover, above a pair of
frieze drawers and an opposing pair of
dummy drawers, on stile supports with hipped
legs, the sides of the drawer fronts and legs
inlaid with panels of flowers and foliage, brass
paw feet, on castors
76,5cm high 169cm wide open, 67cm deep
ILLUSTRATED

R 50 000 - 70 000


495
A WILLIAM IV POLLARD OAK WRITING
TABLE, CIRCA 1830
the hinged rectangular twin-flap top inset
with a gilt-tooled leather writing surface with
ratchet support, above a frieze drawer flanked
by pen and ink compartments, on stile
supports with downcurved legs united by a
turned stretcher, brass cappings and castors,
drawer stamped 212, some veneer loss, formerly                    495
with a writing gallery
73,5cm high, 96cm wide open, 43cm deep
ILLUSTRATED

R 7 000 - 9 000
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                                                                                        496
                                                                                        A REGENCY MAHOGANY
                                                                                        BREAKFAST TABLE, CIRCA 1820
                                                                                        the moulded rectangular top with
                                                                                        rosewood crossbanding above a
                                                                                        ring-turned support, on hipped
                                                                                        leaf-carved outswept legs with
                                                                                        brass cappings and castors
                                                                                        74cm high, 151cm long, 115cm wide
                                                                                        ILLUSTRATED

                                                                                        R 10 000 - 15 000




                                        496




497
A SET OF SIX WILLIAM IV
MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS,
CIRCA 1835
each with curved shaped toprail
above a carved double-fan midrail
centred by a rondel, stuff-over seat,
on ring-turned tapering legs (6)
ILLUSTRATED

R 8 000 - 10 000




                                                                           497




                                                       498
                                                       A PAIR OF PAINTED DUMMY
                                                       BOARDS, 19TH CENTURY
                                                       the young man holding a puppy, his
                                                       companion with a basket of flowers,
                                                       paint enhancement, damage, repairs,
                                                       later supports
                                                       the taller 110cm high (2)
                                                       ILLUSTRATED

                                                       R 15 000 - 20 000




                   498

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                                            499
499
AN IMPRESSIVE VICTORIAN WALNUT AND INLAID GILT-BRASS
MOUNTED BOOKCASE, CIRCA 1860
the outset cornice above a pair of glazed doors enclosing five adjustable
shelves and six small drawers, the sides with canted corners, with three
panelled doors below enclosing an arrangement of drawers and shelves,
on a conforming plinth base, inlaid with stringing, areas of moulding
missing
294cm high, 475cm wide, 208cm deep
ILLUSTRATED

R 200 000 - 300 000

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                                                                     500

500                                               501                                               502
A PAIR OF EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY                A VICTORIAN PAPIER-MÂCHÉ BLACK AND                A VICTORIAN WALNUT DWARF WELLINGTON
BOOKCASES, 19TH CENTURY                           GILT JAPANNED TRAY ON LATER FIXED                 CHEST, MID 19TH CENTURY
                                                  STAND, CIRCA 1860
in two parts, each with outset cornice above a                                                      the rectangular top above an arrangement of
frieze applied with a row of rondels, with four   the shaped rectangular tray with moulded          drawers, on a stepped plinth base, inlaid with
adjustable open shelves with leather fringes      edge painted with a classical scene and           stringing, restorations
flanked by acanthus leaf-headed half-             flowers, the folding stand with stile supports,   73cm high, 40,5cm wide, 26cm deep
pilasters, the lower section with a pair of       paintwork distressed                              R 8 000 - 10 000
panelled doors, one enclosing twelve pigeon       50cm high, 78cm wide, 60cm deep
holes, on a plinth base, leather fringes          R 4 000 - 6 000
distressed
263cm high, 106cm wide, 47cm deep (2)
ILLUSTRATED

R 70 000 - 90 000


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503                                     506
A GEORGE III STYLE                      A GEORGE II STYLE WALNUT
MAHOGANY CHEST-ON-CHEST,                BACHELOR’S CHEST,
19TH CENTURY                            19TH CENTURY AND LATER
the outset cornice with dentil          the rectangular quarter-veneered
moulding, above a pair of short         hinged top above a drawer and a
drawers and three long graduated        cupboard enclosing a shelf, on
drawers below, the lower half with      shaped bracket feet with castors,
three long graduated drawers, on        incorporating 19th century elements,
bracket feet, some veneer loss          alterations
181cm high, 107cm wide,                 93,5cm high, 76cm wide,
55cm deep                               30,5cm deep
ILLUSTRATED                             R 8 000 - 10 000
R 20 000 - 30 000
                                        507
                                        AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY
504
                                        SERVING TABLE, CIRCA 1900
A WALNUT, SIMULATED
ROSEWOOD AND EBONISED HALL              the rectangular top with serpentine
MIRROR AND CONSOLE, OF LARGE            front and foliate border above a
PROPORTIONS, 19TH CENTURY               pair of frieze drawers carved with
with architectural cresting centred     swags and paterae and centred by
by a leaf- and cabochon-carved          a mask, on acanthus leaf-carved
cartouche, the arched plate flanked     tapering square-section legs with
by a pair of columns headed by leaf     block feet
and scroll capitals, the mirror         91cm high, 122cm wide,
290cm high, 92cm wide, the              64,5cm deep
console with rectangular top and        ILLUSTRATED
canted corners, on block feet
                                        R 7 000 - 9 000
20cm high, 99,5cm wide,
35cm deep (2)
R 15 000 - 20 000


505
A LATE VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD,                                                                503
EBONISED AND INLAID WRITING
TABLE, 19TH CENTURY
the shaped oval top with a
detachable hinged stationery box
and inlaid with a green leather
writing surface, with a frieze drawer
below, on tapering square-section
legs joined by a platform stretcher,
with castors, inlaid with stringing
84cm high, 91cm wide,
49,5cm deep
R 7 000 - 9 000




                                                                                    507

507   DETAIL




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                                                      508
                                                      AN EDWARDIAN TEAK PARTNERS’ PEDESTAL
                                                      DESK, EARLY 20TH CENTURY
                                                      the rectangular top inset with a gilt-tooled tan
                                                      leather writing surface above three frieze
                                                      drawers, each pedestal with three graduated
                                                      drawers, the reverse with a pair of cupboard
                                                      doors each enclosing a shelf, on a moulded
                                                      plinth base
                                                      76,5cm high, 1,98cm wide, 1,37cm deep
                                                      R 20 000 - 25 000




                                 509
                                            510   DETAIL




509
AN EDWARDIAN SATINWOOD AND
PAINTED VITRINE, CIRCA 1900
the hinged glazed trefoil top
enclosing a silk-lined interior, on three
sabre legs united by a platform
stretcher
74,5cm high, 45,5cm diameter
ILLUSTRATED

R 4 000 - 6 000


510
A PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE
EDWARDIAN SATINWOOD AND
PAINTED DEMI-LUNE TABLES,
CIRCA 1900
in the style of Seddon, Sons and
Shackleton, each crossbanded top
painted with musical trophies, swags
of flowers and ribbons above a
conforming frieze, on square-section
tapering legs
71,5cm high, 101cm wide, 50cm deep
(2)
ILLUSTRATED

R 30 000 - 40 000




                                                                                                         510




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511
A PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE EDWARDIAN
BEECHWOOD AND PAINTED ARMCHAIRS,
EARLY 20TH CENTURY
each oval back with pierced splat carved with
an urn and swags of flowers and centred by
a tablet painted with a classical figure,
downcurved arms, serpentine caned seat, on
square-section tapering legs (2)
ILLUSTRATED

R 12 000 - 15 000




                                                                                       511




                                                512
                                                A GEORGE II STYLE GREEN LEATHER
                                                UPHOLSTERED WINGBACK ARMCHAIR
                                                with buttoned squab cushion, on square-
                                                section legs joined by an H-stretcher, lacking
                                                castors
                                                ILLUSTRATED
                                                R 8 000 - 10 000




                                                                                             511   DETAIL




                    512
                                               513


CONTINENTAL FURNITURE

513
A DUTCH SATINWOOD AND ROSEWOOD ARMOIRE,
EARLY 19TH CENTURY
the arched pediment above a pair of conforming panelled doors enclosing
five drawers, in sizes, and three shelves, the lower bombé-shaped half with
a secretaire frieze drawer enclosing small drawers, a writing surface and
pigeon holes, flanked by two further short drawers, with three long
graduated drawers below, on shaped bracket feet, restorations
240cm high, 169cm wide, 59cm deep
ILLUSTRATED

R 80 000 - 100 000
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                     514                                                515
                     AN ITALIAN FRUITWOOD INLAID CORNER                 A DUTCH MAHOGANY CORNER CUPBOARD,
                     CABINET, CIRCA 1800                                19TH CENTURY
                     the moulded outset cornice above a pair of         in two parts, with broken swan-neck cresting
                     glazed doors enclosing two green velvet-           above a convex tambour front with moulded
                     lined shelves, the lower half with a pair of       half-pilasters, the top enclosing two shaped
                     panelled doors, each inlaid with an oval foliate   shelves and three small drawers, the lower
                     cartouche and enclosing a velvet-lined shelf,      section enclosing a shelf, on metal-mounted
                     on stile feet, the whole inlaid with herring-      shaped bracket feet, restorations
                     bone borders, restorations and veneer loss         238,5cm high, 111,5cm wide, 67cm deep
                     189cm high, 130cm wide, 70cm deep                  ILLUSTRATED
                     ILLUSTRATED                                        R 15 000 - 20 000
                     R 20 000 - 30 000




514   DETAIL




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