I will be closing from tomorrow Maundy Thursday 1st April until Tuesday 6th April for the Easter holiday. I would like to wish you a very happy Easter break. I myself will be travelling up to my little seaside village in Northumberland, where I have the privilege of offering to my Parish Church a fine mid 19th Century silver thurible (Ebury Trading inventory seen below) in memory of my Grandparents. It will be dedicated and used on Easter Sunday which ensures that it is used for its original purpose for some years to come and not just becoming an object in someones collection.
Please do not hesitate to contact me with any queries during this period.
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A pair of early Italian carved wood altar-sticks now converted into table lamps. The fronts of silver leaf and the backs have traces of blue polychrome paints. . .
c.1720. . .
Measure: 94cm tall (with shades)
A large Italian carved and painted candlestick. Can be converted into a lamp. . .
c.1780. . .
Measures: 65cm tall. . .
A pair of Italian architectural armchairs in the style of Gio Ponti, Milan. On tapering rosewood legs and newly upholstered in ‘rain’ coloured velvet. . .
c.1955. . .
Measures: Measures: 76cm wide x 78cm deep x 75cm high (backs) x 39cm high (seats)
An Italian carved limewood frame, probably a reliquary. . .
c.1780. . .
Measures: 38cm high x 32cm wide
A pair of Italian armchairs by Milanese architect and designer Marco Zanuso (c1916-2001). On brass splayed legs and newly upholstered in blue/grey velvet with brass button backs. . .
c.1957. . .
Measure: 74cm wide x 77cm deep x 74cm high (backs)
A pair of Italian armchairs by Ico Parisi, Milan. . .
With sculpted and buttoned backs and newly upholstered in mink velvet with dark brown facings. . .
Measure: 72cm high (back) x 74cm wide x 76cm deep
The 2010 BADA (British Antique Dealers Association) antiques & fine art fair starts today (Wednesday 17th March) and continues until Tuesday 23rd. 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 will be exhibiting, in what is one of the country’s most important fairs.
There is an excellent restaurant and champagne bar throughout the fair located within the pavilion.
Please take time to visit the stand of William Thuillier, a Bond Street art dealer with a wonderful selection of British and European paintings.
For more information and for tickets, please visit their website here:
If you are in the area, don’t forget to stop by!
A large pair of Italian porcelain lamps by Vivai Del Sud of Milan. In mother of pearl glazed porcelain, they are in the surrealist manner with stylised mermen, fish and shells. . .
c.1969. . .
Measure: 59cm high x 49cm wide x 21cm deep
A pair of large French carved and water gilded wall lights in their original distressed condition. . .
c.1840. . .
Measures: 52cm high x 42cm wide x 22cm deep
A large pair of English painted mahogany architectural wall brackets. . .
c.1880. . .
Measures: 64cm high x 34xm wide x 16cm deep
A large French ebonized & water gilded cushion mirror with a mercury glass plate. . .
c.1820. . .
Measures: 122cm High x 104cm wide c8cm deep
A nest of three French, gilt brass occasional tables with mirror tops and velvet undersides. . .
c.1950. . .
Measures: 52cm wide x 37cm high x 36cm deep (largest)
A pair of Italian, architectural armchairs by Osvaldo Borsani. In rosewood and newly upholstered in ‘rain’ coloured velvet. . .
c.1958. . .
Measure: 90cm high x 63cm wide x 73cm deep