A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY FRENCH COMMODES

A Fine Pair of 19th Century French Commodes in the Louis XV Style

Constructed in book matched kingwood veneers, inlayed with floral motifs,

richly decorated with fine ormulo mounts, the original serpentine Breche d'Alep tops with a thumb moulded edge,

above bombe bases with two long and two short drawers, the drawers framed within a foiliate

ormulo cartouche, conforming ormulo scrolled sabots and espagnolettes.

Both commodes stamped A,Monoury,   Alexander Montoury

 

French, Circa 1860

 

Width, 46,3/4 inches,  118.7cm

Height, 34inches,   86.3cm

Depth,  23,3/4inches   60.3cm

 

Price €48,000

AN IMPORTANT PAIR OF GEORGE IV MARBLE SPECIMEN TABLES

The circular tops with radiating bands of specimen marbles, including amethyst, malachite, porphyry, pietra paescene and agates with a central tablet of lapis lazuli, set within a verde antico border, the simulated rosewood bases cross-banded with an ebony border, on a carved acanthus edge with a moulded bead & reel frieze, supported by three sabre legs with carved acanthus and rosettes, on a plate-form base with a central carving of pomigrainettes, resting on bold scroll feet.

 

Attributed to Gillow's

English, circa 1825

Height: 30 in; 77cm

Width: 36in; 82cm

Price: €185,000 

 

Provenance The Baronne de Nixon, Châteaux de Cieteil Now owned by the French state.

Footnote, The firm of Gillow's of Lancaster and London where one of the most renound Cabinet makers of the 18th and early 19th century, no other cabinet makers were in business for so long or had a show room and workshop in 18th century London as well as Lancaster receiving commission from many of the Great English Houses such as Hackwood Park Hampshire , Wentworth Woodhouse Yorkshire, Tatton Park Cheshire.

A LARGE ANGLO INDAIN EBONY SETTEE

A Large mid 19th century Anglo Indian Ebony bergere settee

The well shaped reeded back with a double carved scallop shell in the centre,

above stylish roll over arms, with a reeded and scallop shell fronts, above a bergere seat,

resting on turned fluted legs,

Sir Lanka, Circa 1840

Width:  232cm,  91.5inches

Depth:  73cm,  28.5 inches

Height:  103cm,  40.5inches

 

Price, €9000

A 19TH CENTURY GOTHIC LAMP

A 19TH Century French Cast Brass lamp

Circa 1860

Height: 22inches,  56cm

Width:  10inches, 25cm

Price  €1450

A PAIR OF BLACK TOLE WARE LAMPS

A Pair of 19th century Tole ware and brass lamps

with dancing nymphs.

English,

Circa 1880

Height 20inches,  51cm

Width 6inches,  15cm

Price €2250

A LARGE GREEN PALISSY PLATE

A Large Portuguese Palissy ware plate,

With a large lizard, snake and smaller lizard.

Portugal

Circa 1880

Diameter 12inches,  30.5cm

Price €880

A GREEN PALISSY WARE PLATE

A Portuguese Palissy plate, with a large snake, lizards and butterflies

Portugal.

Circa 1880

Diameter, 9inches,  28cm

 

€680

A PAIR OF BRONZED LIONS

A Pair of 19th century French Cast Metal Bronzed Lions.

Grand Tour.

Circa 1880

Length: 7, 1/2 inches, 19cm

Height: 3,1/2 inches,   9cm

 

Price  €850

A PAIR OF GREEN MARBLE CANOVA LIONS

A Pair of Green Serpentine Marble Canova Grand Tour Lions

After the antique.

Circa 1880

Length:  10.5 inches, 26cm

Height:  5 inches,  13cm

 

Price €3600

A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY JUPES TABLE

A Very Large and extremely rare William 1V Mahogany Extending Jupes Table

By Johnstone and Jeanes

The round extendable top with two original sets of leaves, retaining the original leaf holder, resting on a central pillar with four shoot of moulded

sabre legs on later brass cup castors, the well figured mahogany top measures 5ft 8inches when closed and expands to make a 

7ft round table with the smaller leaves or a 9ft round table with the larger leaves, the design for these tables patent

in 1835 by Robert Jupe and John Jonstone 67 New Bond street London, By 1842 Jupe had left the partnership, which then became Jonstone & Jeanes.

Johnston retained the patient for the table invented by Jupe.

This is one of the larges examples of these table, It retains the original JohnstonE & Jean Stamped tablet.

 

English, Circa 1845

 

Height:

Diameter closed: 5ft 8 inches,  173cm

Diameter with small leaves: 7ft,  232cm

Diameter with large leaves:  9ft,  275cm

 

Price,  £185,000

A GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD WRITING TABLE

A George IV Rosewood Writing table 

The rectangular tooled leather top, with a rosewood cross banded edge

And a pierces brass gallery, above two frieze drawer, resting on layer ends,

with brass toed casters.

 

English, Circa 1820

Width: 127cm

Height: 74cm  (knee height 60cm )

Depth: 70cm

 

Price €12,500

AN IRISH TWIN PEDESTAL DINING TABLE

A Large Irish Regency Two Pillar Mahogany Dining Table.

The rectangular figured mahogany top with one extra leaf, resting on turned  twin pillars with four shoot crass toed sabre legs.

By Williams and Gibton 

 

Irish, Dublin,  Circa 1830

Width:  60 inches, 142cm

Length:  122.5 inches, 310cm

Height:  28.5 inches, 72.5cm

Price  €18,500

AN IMPORTANT GEORGE III MAHOGANY COMMODE

An Important George III Mahogany Commode Attributed to William Gomm

The serpentine mahogany top with a cross banded edge, above three long and two short drawers with

gilt rococo handles,  flanked by superbly carved angle supports, with shaped sides,

on shaped bracket feet with lignum vitae casters,

 

English: circa 1760s

Width: 46.5 inches,  118cm

Depth: 22 inches,   55.5cm

Height: 35.5 inches,  85cm

 

Price,  €85,000

 

About.  William Gomm & Sons were exceptional cabinet makers of Clerkenwell close London, they supplied furniture to many of the Great English Houses, including Stoneleigh Park, where in 1763 they are recorded as supplying six fine serpentine commodes, for the 5th Lord Leigh,

See C Gilbert dictionary of English furniture. another example of William Gomm's work can be seen in R W Symonds, Masterpieces of English Furniture, page 39, figure 28.

A GEORGE II IRISH BUREAU BOOKCASE

A Fine George II Irish Mahogany blind door bureau bookcase

The open fret work swan neck cornice outside a carved giltwood Irish cartouche,

above two shaped raised panel doors, with a fitted interior, resting on a slope front bureau

with a well fitted interior, above four long drawers with original brass handles, on ogee

bracket feet, retaining a rich colour and patina throughout.

Irish, Circa 1740

Width: 44.5 inches, 113cm

Height: 95.5inches, 243cm

Depth:  24.5 inches 62cm

Price €10,000

A WHITE PAINTED CONSOLE TABLE AFTER WILLIAM KENT

An Impressive Carved Painted Console Tables after the Design by William Kent

The rectangular Breccia marble top above well carved seated dog supports, with a central

female mask above a scallop shell, surrounded by carved acanthus.

 

English, 20th century

Width: 77.5 inches, 197cm

Height:  37.5 inches, 95cm

Depth: 39 inches, 99cm

Price €27,000

 

Footnote: This table is direct copies of a table made for Longford Castle, Salisbury Wiltshire, designed by William Kent

and made by Benjamin Goodson, now in the Victoria and Albert museum, room 54.

A RARE CEYLONESE EBONY WINDOW SEAT

A RARE CEYLONESE EBONY WINDOW SEAT

The well carved back with a central scallop shell 

and apposing eagles, with scrolling fluted arms,

below a scallop shell, resting on turned fluted legs

and a carved apron.

 

CEYLON,  Circa 1840

Width:  52.4 inches,  133cm

Height: 30 inches,  76cm

Depth: 21.3 inches,  54cm

 

Price €6500

 

A PAIR OF REGENCY HALL CHAIRS

A FINE PAIR OF IRISH REGENCY MAHOGANY HALL CHAIRS

The stylish carved shaped scroll roll over backs, above

scroll shaped splats with a central carved roundel,

resting on reeded sabre legs.

Probably by Mack Williams & Gibton

Dublin.

 

Irish  Circa 1820

Height: 33.3inches,  84.5cm

Width: 18.5 inches, 46.5cm

Depth: 21 inches,  53cm

 

Price €6500

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