Highlights from our June 2013 antique auction
John Makepeace OBE, a set of 6 fruitwood leather bound dining chairs with concave seats, raised on square legs with ball feet, stamped John Makepeace Workshops, Norman Illingworth 1981 SOLD FOR
A Georgian Irish silver officer's cross belt badge, Linden Hall Corps together with a letter detailing that one other in known existence is in the collection of The Duke of Abercorn SOLD FOR
A Hamilton stainless steel Military issue gents mechanical pilot's chronograph wristwatch, having black Arabic tritium dial set subsidiary dials, the tonneau case stamped with Nato style strap SOLD FOR
An Omega stainless steel Military issue gents mechanical wristwatch having black Arabic tritium dial, the tonneau case marked with later Nato style strap SOLD FOR
Ben Shillingford for Dunhill, a walnut aquarium cigar box, the hinged top inset a lucite panel depicting flying and angel fish amongst a sub-aquatic setting, x x SOLD FOR
Walter Joseph Phillips, Canadian a coloured wood block print, a study of a pine tree on an island in the Japanese taste, dated December 1923 and signed in pencil x SOLD FOR
A Royal Vienna porcelain plate decorated a classical scene SOLD FOR
In the manner of William Morris, an ebonised "Sussex" style double chair back settee with turned spindles, scroll arms and rush seats, raised on ring turned tapered legs, late Century SOLD
A George I style burr walnut Bachelor's chest, cross banded, with hinged top above an arrangement of 2 long and 4 short drawers, raised on shaped bracket feet x x SOLD
A Dunhill Aquarium table lighter with silver plated mechanism, RD no. 737415 and decorated 4 lucite panels of fish and seaweed in a sub-aquatic setting, x SOLD
The Capital Building, Washington D.
The Castle of Compiègne is a French château, a royal residence built for Louis XV and restored by Napoleon. It is located in Compiègne in the Oise département, The Castle…
Roger Vandercruse Lacroix - Commode with Pictorial Marquetry : The Frick Collection
Departure of the Volunteers, 1792 (La Marseillaise) François RUDE, Rom.
Versailles, Le Grand Trianon, Carmen Moreno Photography, France.