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17th Century Olive Oyster Table

17th Century Olive Oyster Table

An exceptional and extremely rare 31” olive oyster table, circa 1670-90. The original freely carved Solomonic or twist legs terminate on a reversed pear, joined by ‘y’ shaped stretcher veneered in cross grain olive, raised on all four original bun feet.

George III Mahogany Partners Desk

George III Mahogany Partners Desk

An impressive George III mahogany partners desk. The desk stylistically has strong resemblance to plate LXXXl in ‘Chippendales Director’.

17th Century Olive Oyster Table

17th Century Olive Oyster Table

An exceptional and extremely rare 31” olive oyster table, circa 1670-90. The original freely carved Solomonic or twist legs terminate on a reversed pear, joined by ‘y’ shaped stretcher veneered in cross grain olive, raised on all four original bun feet.

George III Mahogany Partners Desk

George III Mahogany Partners Desk

An impressive George III mahogany partners desk. The desk stylistically has strong resemblance to plate LXXXl in ‘Chippendales Director’.

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Important Queen Anne Chinoiserie Corner Cupboard by John Coxed, Sold To An Important Private European Collection…

Six pieces of furniture bearing John Coxed’s labels have so far come to light, and they bear two different styles of label to which this is thought to be the earliest version. This corner cabinet is not only one, of the only now three known examples of the earliest form, but also the only recorded Japanned and chinoiserie piece by John Coxed (1711-1718). It is assumed that this label dates from 1711-1715 and the later version’ from 1715-18. This allows us the rare opportunity to accurately date this unique piece, to sometime between 1711-15.

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17th Century Hague Clock Signed by Pieter Visbagh, circa 1675

17th Century Hague Clock Signed by Pieter Visbagh, circa 1675

Small 17th Century Hague clock made c. 1675 by Pieter Visbagh, who was apprenticed by Salomon Coster. The latter made the first pendulum clock according to the instructions of Christiaan Huygens, the internationally renowned scientist who developed the idea of applying a pendulum to a clock movement.

Charles II Olive Oyster Floral Marquetry Table

Charles II Olive Oyster Floral Marquetry Table

Attributed to GERRIT JENSEN (worked c.1680-1715) Charles II Olive Oyster Floral Marquetry Table 1680 to 1683 England £120,000Follow UsinstagramCharles II olive oyster floral marquetry table This accomplished Charles II marquetry table clearly...

George III Chippendale Period Mahogany Partners Desk

George III Chippendale Period Mahogany Partners Desk

George III Chippendale period mahogany partners desk concealing twenty-four small drawers. The original sectioned and the tooled leather top sits above two short and three long quill/pen drawers to each side, neatly concealed in the freeze above an intricate blind-fretwork of Chippendale design.

17th Century Hague Clock Signed by Pieter Visbagh, circa 1675

17th Century Hague Clock Signed by Pieter Visbagh, circa 1675

Small 17th Century Hague clock made c. 1675 by Pieter Visbagh, who was apprenticed by Salomon Coster. The latter made the first pendulum clock according to the instructions of Christiaan Huygens, the internationally renowned scientist who developed the idea of applying a pendulum to a clock movement.

Charles II Olive Oyster Floral Marquetry Table

Charles II Olive Oyster Floral Marquetry Table

Attributed to GERRIT JENSEN (worked c.1680-1715) Charles II Olive Oyster Floral Marquetry Table 1680 to 1683 England £120,000Follow UsinstagramCharles II olive oyster floral marquetry table This accomplished Charles II marquetry table clearly...

George III Chippendale Period Mahogany Partners Desk

George III Chippendale Period Mahogany Partners Desk

George III Chippendale period mahogany partners desk concealing twenty-four small drawers. The original sectioned and the tooled leather top sits above two short and three long quill/pen drawers to each side, neatly concealed in the freeze above an intricate blind-fretwork of Chippendale design.

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