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New In – A Russian Samovar Lamp

New in today is a very stylish, silver plated, Russian samovar. It has some very fine detailing and dates to around c.1810-20. We decided to have this converted into a lamp, but it has not been drilled, therefore not compromising the integrity or value of the piece.

It can be found here

http://eburytrading.com/lc43.php

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New In – A Pair of English Silver Drum Lanterns

New in today are this very attractive pair of English, 19th c silver plated brass drum lanterns. The detailing is very fine and each has six lights and curved, glazed panels. They meaure: 71cm high x 36cm wide

More photographs can be found here

http://www.eburytrading.com/la21detail.php

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New In – A 19thc French Cage Chandelier

New in today is a very elegant, French, bronze framed cage chandelier. It is hung with very good quality cut glass drops and pendants with a cut glass centre and ball to the base. It has eight arms and dates to the early 19th Century.

This chandelier would be very suitable for a drawing or dining room.

It can be found here:

http://eburytrading.com/ch56detail.php

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New In – A 19thc French Mahogany Tray Table

New In today is a very useful and attractive, French mahogany tray top table. It has two pull out surfaces and a lower shelf. It is nicely decorated with brass mounts and the removable tray itself has a plate glass bottom…

It would look very elegant in a drawing room, either used for serving tea or drinks/cocktails.

It can be found here:

http://eburytrading.com/F60detail.php

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New In – Two Pairs Of 1930’s Silver Plated Hexagonal Lanterns

New In this week are are two pairs of large, silver plated brass hanging lanterns. Hexagonal in shape, with glazed panels and a three way central fixing. English in origin and date to the c1930’s.

Very unusual to find a set of four but we will sell them as pairs.

Measure: 74cm in height x 34cm diameter

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New In – A 19thc Carved Wooden Dog

New in this week is a very unusual object – A Northern European, early 19th Century carved wooden dog, probably a greyhound. The earliest representation of a type of greyhound is to be found on an ancient Egyptian bas relief dating to c4000BC. They have always however been popular hunting dogs in Northern Europe and Britain. This creature is remarkable in the way parts of its body have deteriorated, almost representing driftwood, yet other parts such as the face and neck are in tact.

It has been mounted recently on a patinated metal stand for display purposes.

It can be found here

http://eburytrading.com/Q38detail.php

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New In – A Pair of Empire Style Chandeliers

New in this week is a charming pair of patinated gilt metal, French Empire style chandeliers. These are later copies of the early 19th Century models which in turn were based on ancient roman oil lamps. Each chandelier has five branches.

Given their scale, they would be suitable for a home with low ceilings or for a smaller area, such as a cloakroom, passage way or landing.

They can be found here

http://eburytrading.com/ch55detail.php

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New In – A Silver Plated Flemish Chandelier

New in this week, is a two tier, silver plated brass chandelier, which dates to the late 18th Century. Silvered later on, it has arms which are held in place with pins, typical of this period. It has during the 20th Century been drilled for electricity and can easily be wired again or used with wax candles. It has twelve branches. Flemish in origin, I purchased this in Cape Town, probably brought over in the 19th Century by a Dutch family.

Silvered chandeliers work very well in minimalist and contemporary interiors as well as period ones.

It can be found here

http://eburytrading.com/ch54detail.php

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New In – A Large Silver Hanging Lantern

New in this week is a large English, silver plated brass, hexagonal hanging lantern in a classical form. It is of good weight with nice detailing such as pineapple finials. It dates to around c.1900.

It is electrified with six fixtures and thus would provide a lot of light . . . . Would look great in an entrance hall or stairwell.

It can be found here

http://eburytrading.com/la20detail.php