An English painted console table in the manner of Thomas Chippendale. With a serpentine front and lattice work tapering legs. . .
Measures: 140cm wide x 90cm high x 73cm deep
An English 17th Century oil on board hatchment depicting a heraldic achievement. Later frame. . .
Measures: 55cm high x 55cm wide
A pair of fine Italian sculptural armchairs by Ulrich. Of elegant design on tapering French polished legs and newly upholstered in grey wool. . .
Sold only with the accompanying settee. . .
Measures: 82cm wide x 78cm high (back) x 36cm high (seat) x 87cm deep
A fine Italian sculptural settee by Ulrich. Of elegant design on tapering French polished legs and newly upholstered in grey wool. . .
Sold only with the accompanying armchairs. . .
Measures: 145cm wide x 78cm high (back) x 36cm high (seat) x 94cm deep
A small English cut glass chandelier by F & C Osler, sparsely hung with cut glass pendant drops. . .
c.1910. . .
Measures: 78cm high x 80cm diameter
Le Petit Echo de la Mode No.6 by Hormazd Narielwalla, paper collage on original 1950 French sewing pattern (framed). . .
c.2013. . .
Measures:84cm high x 64cm wide
Narielwalla makes collages from antique tailoring patterns. His latest work mines a seam of precious found material hidden between the pages of Le Petit Echo de la Mode. Published in Paris between 1897 and 1983 was a popular fashion and lifestyle magazine. Within it, loose and often discarded, he pluck a streak of radical abstraction. The magazine contains tailoring patterns that, for efficiency’s sake, layer the life-sized templates of entire garments onto a single sheet of paper. Each facet of the garment is encoded in an intricate web of lines, dots and numbers. I challenge to view this sheet not as a means to an end but as an end in itself. Shattering the female form into precise overlapping facets flattened not as views of a subject but as the object itself. He makes the radical potential loose in Le Petit Echo de la Mode real by cutting delicate sheets of coloured paper and acetate with the pride of a mother. The sheet of paper instructs the housewife, and the artist, to make itself. Predating Futurism and prefiguring Cubism these Le Petit Echo de la Mode abstracted the female subject to a degree more radical and precise than the highest aspirations of the 1912 manifetso Du “Cubisme”.
An Italian ebonized glazed cabinet with distressed mirror panels, shelves and a cupboard below. With silver handle and sabot feet. . .
c.1940. . .
Measures: 170cm high x 120cm wide x 35cm deep
A set of four French wall sconces in the manner of Bagues in silver plate with glass leaves and flowers. . .
c.1960’s. . .
Measure: 40cm high x 30cm wide x 13cm deep
An English William IV rosewood centre table of good quality, with a bulbous acanthus decorated baluster base and substantial lion paw tri-form base. Beautiful wood grain to the tilt top and newly French polished. . .
c.1830. . .
Measures: 130cm diameter x 70cm high
A Swedish grey painted side table with cabriole legs. Original paints. . .
c.1780. . .
Measures: 65cm wide x 70cm high x 56cm deep
An Italian two tier etagere in chrome and green / grey glass. . .
c.1960’s. . .
Measures: 150cm wide x 72cm high x 38cm deep
A pair of French tapering nickel plated glazed lanterns. . .
c.1940’s. . .
Measure: 48cm high x 24cm diameter
A Swedish painted commode with mustard coloured paints with a grey fossil marble top and brass handles. The drawers have been fitted out with baize. . .
c.1800. . .
Measures: 90cm wide x 85cm high x 43cm deep
A pair of (six available) French unusual wrought iron wall sconces of large proportions with a distressed gold finish. Complete with their original reflectors. . .
c.1900. . .
Measures: 60cm high x 60cm deep x 38cm wide
An English military drum from the 2nd Battalion City Of London Rifles. Hand painted with a list of battles and military campaigns. With a clear plate glass top. . .
c.1930. . .
Measures: 122cm diameter x 52cm high
An English Regency centre table of large proportions in beautifully executed rosewood and parcel gilt . The lion paw feet and gilt wood spandrels to the tri-form base are beautifully carved. . .
c.1810. . .
Measures: 140cm diameter x 73cm high
An English hand carved and water gilded Rococo Revival mirror of monumental proportions. This exquisitely carved mirror came out of a private English Country House. Entirely hand carved with little gesso, the carvings are detachable. This mirror is of a rare scale. . .
c.1820. . .
Measures: 300cm high x 200cm wide
An English George III campaign chest in fragrant smelling camphor wood. Of good proportions, well inlaid with brass and fitted with load bearing carrying handles. . .
c.1810. . .
Measures: 105cm wide x 52cm deep x 51cm high
A large English console table in the manner of William Kent in a wonderfully un-restored condition. It is comprised of a painted mahogany base with cabriole legs and scrolled feet and acanthus decoration. The frieze of mahogany supports a large slab of Sienna marble. . .
This piece of furniture was purchased privately from an English country house. . .
Measures: 125cm wide x 66cm deep x 88cm high
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