A George III Breakfront Bookcase

A George III Breakfront Bookcase with a strawberry Gothic Cornice

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 Irish George II Pier Glass

An important and unusual Irish George II pier glass retaining it's original gilding.

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.

AN IRISH GEORGE II GILT-WOOD PIER GLASS

A rare Irish George II carved giltwood pier glass with architectural top

A MONUMENTAL GEROVE IV PEDESTAL SIDEBOARD

A monumental George IV figured Mahogany Irish Pedestal Sideboard 

A GEORGE III DOUBLE BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE

 

A fine George III mahogany double breakfront library bookcase

AN IRISH REGENCY CONSOLE TABLE

A robust Irish George 1V mahogany console table 

A FRENCH EMPIRE PERIOD GUERIDON

A stylish figured mahogany French Gueridon, with the original fossil limestone top

AN IRISH SATINWOOD SIDE TABLE

  An Irish satinwood side table by William Moore of Dublin

A Large Victorian Oval Mirror

An unusually large mid 19th century oval giltwood mirror.

A George III Breakfront Cabinet

A fine George III chinoiserie mahogany breakfront cabinet. 

AN IMPORTANT PAIR OF SPECIMEN TABLES

An important pair of George IV specimen marble top tables

An Irish Three Pillar Dining Table

A good Irish George IV mahogany three pillar dining table. The three rectangular tops with reeded edges and two original leaves above three four splay pods with turned central columns and reeded sabre supports with brass castors. In the manner of Mack, Williams and Gibton.

Irish - Dublin, circa 1829

Length: fully extended 208in (528cm) without leaves 155in (394cm)

Width: 60in (152cm)

Height: 29in (73cm)

 

Footnote: The firm of Mack, Williams and Gibton was formed in 1812. They enjoyed unparalleled success retaining a royal warrant for many years, carrying out major works on many public buildings such as The Four Courts, Dublin Castle, The Chapel Royal, as well as many major country house commissions including Ballynegall (Co. West Meath)  Stokestown (Co. Rosscommon)

 

Price: €75,000

 

 

A GEORGE III GILT WOOD PIER GLASS

A superbly carved George III gilt-wood pier glass.

A George III Chippendale Breakfront Bookcase

A Superb George III Chippendale period mahogany breakfront library bookcase ...

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