A stylish figured mahogany French Gueridon, the original fossil limestone top resting on an ormolu mounted frieze, above a smart cylindrical column, to a plate-form base with a circular ormolu ring and original ormolu mounts.

French, Circa 1830

Height:  29inches; 74cm

Width:  26inches;  67cm 

Price: €7500


A stylish figured mahogany French Gueridon, the original fossilAn Irish satinwood side table by William Moore of Dublin, the semi elliptical top veneered in satinwood segments, with a central sycamore fan, cross-banded in tulipwood, the frieze inlaid with sycamore, resting on square tapered legs with bellflowers and satinwood socks.


Irish, Circa 1790

Width: 54 inches;  137cm

Height: 34 inches; 86.5cm

Depth:  20 inches;  51cm

Price: €24000


Footnote,  William Moore learned hid trade in London working under the renown firm of Mayhew and Ince, Moore set up in Dublin 1785 - 1815 where he had workshops in Abbey street and then Chapel street, among some of his notable clients was The 3rd Duke of Portland, Viceroy of Ireland in 1782. Other examples of Moore's work can be seen in Irish furniture The Knight of Glynn & James Peal. There is a commode attributed to William Moore in the Victoria & Albert museum.


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.

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)

Price: €75,000


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).


A fine Regency gilt-wood console table, with original red scagolia top, above an egg and dart frieze, resting on lions monopodia legs terminating in paw feet, on a faux marble plate-form base.


English, circa 1810




Price:  €5,800