Archive for March, 2009

April’s Offer: Various Collections From Home

My offer for April is a chance to purchase a collection of ceramics, 19th Century glassware, blue & white Chinese export porcelain, Florentine wrought-ironwork or wooden objects. These collections have taken years to amass and indeed, the blue and white porcelain I have been collecting since I was 17. I would offer these collections at […]

New In – Korean Mahogany & Brass Strap-work Cabinet

New in is this finely detailed Korean cabinet in mahogany, comprising a lockable cupboard and five drawers. It is decorated throughout with finely detailed brass strap-work and the cabinet door has a lock fashioned in the form of a fish. Early 20th Century Measures: 68cm high x 65cm wide x 31cm deep

BADA Antiques Fair, Sloane Square 25th – 31st March 2009

The 2009 BADA (British Antique Dealers Association) antiques & fine art fair starts tomorrow (Wednesday 25th March) and continues until Tuesday 31st. As usual it is held in a purpose built exhibition hall in the Duke of York’s barracks next to the Saatchi gallery, just off Sloane Square. Over 100 of the country’s finest dealers […]

New In – A Pair Of Large French Gilt Brass Wall Lights c.1900

New in today, a large pair of French twin branch wall lights in gilt bronze. They measure: 54cm high x 24cm wide and date to c.1900

New In – A Pair Of Silver Gilt Italian Wall Lights c.1880’s

New in today are a pair of Italian, three branch wall lights in the rococo style in silver gilt  bronze. They measure: 40cm high x 33cm wide and date to c.1880

March’s Offer: A Selection Of Mid 20th Century Paintings £100 Each

March’s offer is a chance to purchase an original painting by a listed artist for a lot LESS THAN COST PRICE! – this is to create more space in the store and is a great opportunity to purchase artwork at great prices. A Swedish oil on panel of a fishing port in winter by Kai Christensen. […]

New In – An Extensive Collection Of Cut Glass Decanters

New in today is an extensive collection of various cut glass decanters and water jugs, including: A pair of hand blown, green glass late 19th Century Venetian decanters, A small pair of cut glass decanters by Baccarat c.1860, A large pair of French cut glass decanters c.1880, A pair of English decanters c.1920, A pair […]

New In – A Pair Of English, Carved & Water Gilded Mirrors c.1840

New in today are a pair of English, carved and water gilded mirrors with acanthus decoration and containing distressed mirror plates. They measure: 50cm high x 44cm wide and date to c.1840

New In – An Italian Bevelled Cushion Mirror c.1950’s

New in today is this stylish Italian cushion mirror, with bevelled scalloped edges and a copper coloured glass slip (also bevelled) around the inside. All held in place with chrome studs. It measures: 84cm high x 39cm wide and dates to c.1950’s

New In – A Large French Carved & Gilded Circular Cartouche Mirror c.1840

New in today is this large French finely carved and water gilded circular mirror with a cartouche depicting a country them with cornucopia, foliage  and wheat sheaves. It measures: and dates to around c.1840

New In – A Small Swiss-Made Japanned Mantle Clock c.1930

New in is this charming little Swiss made mantle clock with brass fittings and a hand painted Japanned frame. The movement is signed and numbered and can be wound. It measures: 16cm high and dates to c.1930

New In – A Collection Of Navette Shaped Glassware c.1800-40

New in today is a further collection of finely hand-cut English glassware. This collection is all navette shaped and comprises a large tazza on stand (with a mid 19th Century repair), a pair of large salts, a large pineapple-cut dish and a bon bon dish. The tallest measures: 20cm tall x 26cm wide and they […]

New In – A Collection Of Hand-Cut Glassware c.1900-40

New in is another collection of English hand cut glassware, comprising eleven crescent salad plates, six butter dishes, a five piece cruet set on tray, a sugar pot, a marmalade pot, a salad bowl, a small flower vase and a dish. All dating from between c.1900-1940. The salad bowl measures: 24cm diameter

New In – A Large Collection Of Finely Hand-Cut Glassware c.1780-1900

New in today is a collection of eleven finey hand-cut English glassware of various dates, comprising two large flower vases, three bon bon jars (two of which are 18th Century), two rummers, two finely etched salts and two pineapple-cut glasses. The largest measures: 24cm tall

Friend Of The Month, March – Knob Snobs

Knob Snobs was founded in 2000 by 3-D designer Paul Josef Narloch and has risen to become a primary source for interesting and uncommon architectural hardware. Paul Josef Narloch, born in the historic town of Stirling, grew up in a former mining village surrounded by the picturesque Ochil mountains. Like many of his peers, he […]

New In – A Small Belgian Gilt Brass & Cut Glass Chandelier c.1900

New in is this charming little Belgian chandelier of gilt brass, hung with cut glass drops and pendants. It measures: 52cm high x 44cm wide and dates to around c.1900

New In – A Large Pair Of Russian Style Wall Lights

New in are this large and impressive pair of Russian style wall lights. Made of gilt bronze, with blue glass back plates and hung with cut glass drops and pendants. They measure: 97cm tall x 42cm wide.

New In – An English Gilt Bronze Model Of The Warwick Vase c.1840

New in is an English model of the Warwick vase in gilt bronze on an antico verdi marble base and a silver liner. It measures: 23cm high x 30cm wide and dates to around c.1840. The Warwick Vase The name of the Warwick Vase is something of a misnomer, in that, strictly speaking, it’s neither […]

New In – An Italian Murano Glass Chandelier c.1900

New in is an Italian chandelier from the Murano glass-works. It is comprised of various hand blown flowers and foliage, some in reds and blues. It measures: 80cm tall x 69cm wide and dates to around c.1900

New In – A Pair Of English Silver Two Tier Chandeliers c.1900

New in are this attractive pair of English, silver plated brass, two tier, twelve light chandeliers in the 17th Century style. They measure: 67cm high and 70cm wide, are newly electrified and date to around c.1900