Fine Interiors

Fine Interiors

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The Pedestal’s auctions of Fine Interiors are held twice a year ● Fine Furniture lies at the core of each sale, ranging from the 17th and early 18th centuries to high style Regency furniture, superb 19th pieces and items from the 20th century ● Furniture by or attributed to leading British makers such as Thomas Chippendale, Ince and Mayhew, Wright & Elwick, Gillows and Howard and Sons appears frequently, alongside European furniture from the key mid to late 19th century period by renowned Parisian cabinet makers ● Every auction includes an interesting group of Early Oak Furniture from circa 1500-1700, such as chests, joined stools, panel-back armchairs, dressers, farmhouse tables and the Windsor chair – from the 18th and 19th centuries ● Early sculpture, Objects and Folk Art are also presented here ● In addition, Fine Interiors features Fine Art, decorative and practical Fine Silver from the 17th century, Fine Objects, Oriental and European Rugs & Carpets, Longcase and Mantel Clocks, Mirrors and Ceramics & Glass – all selected to complement a wide range of settings ● Showing right: A fine Regency rosewood, brass marquetry and ormolu mounted library table, sold for £7,500

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Early Oak

Early Oak

Left to right: Oak armchair, Yorkshire, 17th century, sold for £1,750 ● Charles II oak plank chest, England, mid 17th century, sold for £1,500 ● Oak armchair, Yorkshire, 17th century, sold for £1,500 ● Fine silk Kashan rug, circa 1910, sold for £1,875

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William and Mary walnut chest

William and Mary walnut chest

Sycamore banded, with floral marquetry and oyster veneered ● Sold for £18,750

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From the Regency era

From the Regency era

Black lacquer, ebonised and parcel gilt side cabinet, sold for £5,250 ● Patinated bronze and gilt bronze lamp bases, sold for £1,875

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Italian alabaster bust of poet Torquato Tasso (1544-1595)

Italian alabaster bust of poet Torquato Tasso (1544-1595)

Provenance: The Patrick Donald Collection ● Possibly 18th century ● Sold for £3,750

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Solid silver candlesticks

Solid silver candlesticks

Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd, London, 1911 ● Sold for £1,250

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Louis XVI style urns

Louis XVI style urns

Gilt bronze mounted ● Late 19th / early 20th century ● Sold for £1,488

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