Lot Preview: Furniture

Another look into the lots coming up in our Antiques & Fine Art Auction. This time we’re taking a look at the furniture lots, starting with this beautiful Victorian Escritoire:


Victorian Escritoire for auction
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An antique Victorian inlaid mahogany Escritoire secretary/writing desk by Thornhill & Co, Bond Sreet, London. 2 panels and stretcher inlaid with conch shell decoration. Complete with ivory paper knife, ink well and match holder/striker.
 



Large Dowry Chest
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A very large antique Indian/African iron banded wooden marriage chest on wheels – measures 158 x 85 x 120cm high. Wood believed to be Ekki.
 



Victorian Fire Screen
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A Victorian pedestal face/fire screen with intricate hand embroidered circular panel in excellent condition.
 



17th Century Coffer
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A 17th century antique oak coffer/blanket chest inscribed TC 1687.
 



Court Cupboard
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A 19th century Court Cupboard with carved panel decoration.
 

Our auction catalogue is now online!

If you are interested in bidding on any of these lots take a look at our online catalogue. If you wish to leave a commission bid, request a condition report or get further details on an item please contact us via the details at the top right of the website. As with all our sales online bidding is also available through the-saleroom.com, follow the link to bid from around the world or in the comfort of your own home.


If you wish to come and view the items in person our viewing times are below:

Saturday 18th April 10:00 – 12:30 GMT
Monday 20th April 10:00 – 17:00 GMT
Tuesday 21st April 10:00 – 17:00 GMT
Sale Day Wednesday 22nd April 8:30 – 10:00 GMT