An important and extremely Large Irish George II figured mahogany hunt table or wakes table. The drop leaf top making a huge oval twelve seater dining table, with the original brown oak frame and retaining all the original legs. This table is an early example and was made in the mid 18th Century for an Important Irish Family.

 

Irish, circa 1750

Length: 9ft 6 inches; 290 cm

Width: 5ft 5 inches; 165 cm

Height: 2ft 5 inches; 73 cm

Price: €120,000

 

Provenance, Rosemount House Greyabbey, Seat of The Montgomery family since 1606, When they where gifted the land by King James l, which formally belonged to The Clan O'Neill, This is known as of the flight of the Earls.

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A George IV mahogany hall bench designed by Thomas Hope

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A robust Irish George IV mahogany console table, the rectangular top with a moulded breakfront edge and bowed ends, resting on a boldly carved frieze with laurel leaf swags, above four carved cabriole legs terminating in lions paw feet.

 

Irish,  Circa 1830

Height: 39 inches

Width:  85 inches 

Depth:  30 inches

 

Price: €9500

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An Important Irish 18th century mahogany cabinet,the swan neck pediment with carved rosettes and trailing acanthus centered by a wonderful carved cartouche above moulded paneled doors with fluted pillars,the interior fitted with adjustable shelfs,the base section with three short and three long graduated drawers flanked by quarter columns, the top centre drawer with baize- lined writing slide opening to reveal a fitted interior beneath,raised on sweeping ogee bracket feet. Note: The shelves in the interior are replacements.

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