AN IRISH GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD CENTRE TABLE

AN IRISH GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD CENTRE TABLE

A large Irish Regency Rosewood centre table,

The well figured top inlayed with a yew wood band,

which is repeated on the frieze, above a turned central column carved with acanthus,

resting on a plateform base, with large bun feet and concealed brass castors

 

Circa 1830

 

A SET OF TWELVE IRISH GEORGE IV MAHOGANY ARM CHAIRS

A SET OF TWELVE IRISH George IV MAHOGANY ARMCHAIRS

A Set of Twelve Irish Regency Mahogany Armchairs

The reeded top rails above a shaped middle splat with a central bulls eye,

flanked by reeded arms, supported by lions paw uprights, resting on turned and spiral twisted legs

and a reeded frieze.

Probably made by Mack Williams & Gibton, Dublin.

IRISH,  CIRCA  1820

 

 

A GEORGE IV BREAKFRONT CABINET

A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT CABINET Of ARCHITECTURAL FORM

The rectangular ebonised top above a moulded frieze, supported by acanthus carved corbel's,

above three glazed door's, with carved floweral patrea moulding's, supported by corinthian column's,

resting on a deep plinth base.

English,  Circa 1835

Width: 230cm

Height: 119cm

Depth: 60cm

Price €19,500

 

A GEORGE IV OPEN BOOKCASE

A George IV rosewood open bookcase, the original rectangular carrara marble top,

above a gadrooned edge with three open sections, resting on a plinth base.

English,  circa 1830

AN IRISH GEORGE II IRISH ARMCHAIR

An Irish George II Carved Mahogany Armchair

The superbly carved back with c scrolls, acanthus leaves and vines on a punched background,

with acanthus carved arms, above a frieze rail with a central satire mask, resting on cabriole legs

with ball and claw feet.

Irish, circa 1750

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An Important Chippendale Mahogany Breakfront bookcase

An Important George II Chippendale Mahogany Breakfront Bookcase

The open fretwork swan neck cornice with a gothic blind fretwork cushion moulding, above four glazed doors carved with central shells below flowing acanthus,

Resting on a four door breakfront base with quarter cut veneered doors and a blind fret frieze, the end door fitted with concealed banks of drawers.

Provenance, Private collection Ireland

Footnote, The cornice on this bookcase relates to a design in the Chippendale directory for a bookcase made for Hackwood House, Hampshire

 

English, Circa 1750

Width: 230cm

Height: 255cm

Depth: 40cm

 

Price €95,000

 

A George III Serpentine Sideboard

A George III Mahogany Sideboard

The serpentine top above three drawers, one fitted for wine, resting on tapered legs with spade feet, retaining fantastic original colour and patina.

English, Circa: 1770

 

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I8th Century Irish Kneehole Cabinet

A Rare 18th Century Irish Kneehole Cabinet

A Monumental Italian Centre Table

A Magnificent monumental Italian Centre Table, resting on an arched Gothic Centre column with acanthus carved pillar supports.

A Pair of George III Irish Tallboys

An Unusual Pair of 18th Century Irish Mahogany Tallboys, resting on bracket feet.

 

A 19th Century Italian Micro Mosaic Centre Table

A 19th Century Roman micro mosaic table supported by three animalistic legs with eagle heads and hoof feet

An Irish George III Mahogany wake table

An important and extremely Large Irish George III figured mahogany hunt table

A George III Breakfront Bookcase

A George III Breakfront Bookcase with a strawberry Gothic Cornicew

A Pair of Regency Mahogany Console Tables

A Pair of Irish Regency Mahogany console Tables, Probably by Mac Williams and Gibton of Dublin

AN IMPORTANT PAIR OF GEORGE II GILTWOOD PIER GLASSES

A Pair of George II carved gilt-wood Pier Glasses in the manner of Matthias Lock. This pair of mirrors encapsulates the highly imaginative fancfuly design of the french picturesque that prevailed in the mid-18th century with the nautlistic plam wraped pallister frames, intwined floral swaggs with icicles and crowned with musical monkeys.

A Rare William IV Anglo Indian Breakfront Bookcase

A Rare William IV Anglo Indian Breakfront Bookcase with pillar supports and a moulded plinth

A Pair of George IV Library Chairs

A superb pair of George IV simulated Rosewood and ormolu mounted library armchairs of large scale.

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