A Lovely Pair of Embroidered Cushions Made From a Turkish/Ottoman Towel, Late 19th C, variously with blue, metal and raspberry coloured threads, with later pom pom fringe and watered silk backings in blue
A Lovely Embroidered Silk Bedspread, English, c. 1930s with various flowers including poppies, tulips, pansys, lily of the valley etc embroidered on to a pale buff coloured silk ground. Excellant condition
A Very Attractive Regency Faux Bamboo Painted Table with Later Marble Top, some original paint, original handles and original brass castors, some paint later and later marble top, In the Main, Early 19th C
A Pair of Very Attractive Painted Two Tier Bedside Tables, English, 20th C, painted in cream with a burnt umber line around each top. Each table with protective glass tops (not pictured)
A Pair of Small Shades for Wall Lights or Candlesticks in Liberty Print Fabric, Gathered Top & Bottom with Contrast Binding & Butterfly Clip Fittings.
A Pair of Beautiful Very Good Quality Kashmiri Papier Mache Vases Made by I. Sufdha Hussain and Sons of Srinagar Kashmir (labels to the base)Decorated all over with floral patterns, Kashmir, India, 19th C
A Very Fine Indian Embroidered Cushion on Voile, Late 19th C, Backed in Linen and with later pom poms Please note there is slight “tea” staining to the voile background beneath the embroidery.
A Beautiful, Hand Embroidered Shawl (Thar Pakar, Pakistan, 19th Century), mounted on a stretch frame. Dark pink flowers with a touch of green. (Please note this is an antique textile and the condition is consistent with age).
A Very Important Regency Tilt Top Penwork Games Table, English, c. 1825 with decorated pedestal base bearing initials of patron, the whole in original unusual blue and yellow paint. (Pictured in unrestored condition.)
A Large Lacquer Chinoiserie Painted Gentlemans Wardrobe with Fitted Interior, English, Late 19th/Early 20th Century. With red lacquer painted interior fitted with annotated glass fronted drawers, hanging rails and trouser rests.
An Attractive Mahogany Upholstered Armchair or Library Chair with elegant out swept legs and arms, English 19th Century, upholstered in Fermoie Fabric.
A Pair of Very Tall Brass Barley Twist Candlesticks Converted to Standard Lamps, English, Early 20th C. Slightly smaller than standard height would look great on the floor or a table with tall or lofted ceilings.
A Pretty Pair of Brass Occasional Tables, Possibly French, Early 20th C, with pierced brass galleried tops and antiqued mirror shelves small area of mercury glass dislodged on lower shelf of one table.
An Amazing Yellow and Creamm Hand Stitched and Embroidered Lace Bedspread, English, Early 20th C (Edwardian) In amazingly clean condition, some restitching at seams needed but otherwise good condition
A Very Attractive Ebonised Occasional Table, with Barley Twist Legs and Brass Claw Feet encasing a Mahogany Ball, English Aesthetic Movement, Edwardian, Early 20th C
A Good Pair of Early Victorian Turquoise Glass Cornucopia Vases , English, 19th C, with rams head terminals, white marble bases and wavy rims.
A Lovely Cotton Double Sided Double Quilt, English, Late 19th/Early 20th C, some fraying to the edges and some small holes consistent with age.
A Kashmiri Polychrome Painted Papier Mache Domed Letter Box, Late 19th Century with interior letter compartments.
A Kashmiri Silver Sweetmeat Dish in the Shape of a Leaf, 19th Century.
A Very Good Victorian Display of Exotic Birds in Original Glass Dome, English, 19th Century, including a Roller and Parakeet amongst others in a naturalised setting.
A Hand Stitched Art Nouveau Design Double Sided Welsh Quilt, English, Early 20th Century.
A Pretty Chinoiserie Decorated Pine Kidney Shaped Desk or Dressing Table, Possibly French, 19th Century Painted on the top, side and legs with foliate and landscape scenes in the Chinese taste.
Watercolour on Paper of Nelumbo Nucifera (Lotus Flower), Company School, India, c.1820, with identification inscriptions to the bottom left, framed Provenance: Private London Collection, Formerly Eyre and Hobhouse 1970.- Reference: M.Archer, Natural History Drawings in the India Off
A Victorian Sunderland Lustreware Teacup and Saucer, English, c.1860