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This page displays recently sold pieces, representative of the types of items we typically try to stock. If you are looking for something similar, please feel free to reference one of these items, and we will be glad to help you find what you want.

 

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Regency giltwood girandoles in a shield shape

A pair of Regency giltwood girandoles in a shield shape. The shaped mirrored backs surrounded by scroll fluted framing, surmounted by eagles and tassels. The sconces repeat the foliate motif.

Circa 1815

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A George II carved giltwood mirror, the original rectangular bevelled plate within a moulded acanthus carved frame surmounted by a foliate carved broken swan-neck pediment carved with eagles' heads and centred by a scrolling cartouche, with a shaped carved apron below.

Circa 1740
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George II period giltwood and carved gesso pier mirror, in the manner of John Belchier. The swan's neck pediment to either side of a crest with cabochon above a palm leaf frieze. The rectangular plate surrounded with bead and reel enrichment.

Circa 1730
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George III giltwood rococo oval mirror
George III giltwood rococo oval mirror. The foliate and swag cresting surmounts an oval plate surrounded by c-scrolls, terminating in a scrolled apron.

Circa 1760

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George III style gilt and marginal plate mirror in the manner of Robert Adam. The ribbon-tied reeded frame surrounds plates joined by gilt paterae, linking to an interior frame matching that on the exterior.

Circa 1880

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Eighteen light Chandelier by Perry & Co. of Bond Street, London. With rope-twist candle branches on two tiers and above a two-tiered canopy of rope-twist horns with bells; dressed overall with graduated festoons of 'chain-pears' and facet-cut pear pendants.

Circa 1920

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Murano glass chandelier of large size. Of wonderful detail, the clear glass is heightened by blue glass drip pans, and pink flowers.

Mid 19th century

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George III style giltwood wall lights
A pair of George III style giltwood wall lights of large size. Each wall light has arms for two candles, below a carved ribbon and an eagle perched on a bracket, with tassels below.

Circa 1880

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Empire period gilt bronze and rouge griotte marble four light candelabra
A pair of Empire period gilt bronze and rouge griotte marble four light candelabra. Each columnar standard supporting lamp-form platform issuing three leaf cast candle arms around single central nozzle with removable flame finial

French, circa 1810

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Louis XVI giltwood boiserie mirror of large size. The cresting of a military trophy motif, with a plumed helmet, breastplate, banners and pennants, surmounting a cannon. The trophies are surrounded by laurel branches, with the laurel motif on either side of the mirror.

Circa 1770

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Georgian mahogany and parcel gilt pier mirror.

Last quarter 18th century

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Florentine giltwood rococo mirror of large proportions.

Circa 1740

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Giltwood convex mirror. The carved and gilt rays containing marginal mirror plate, all surrounding an oval convex mirror.

Probably Italian, circa 1950

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A pair of giltwood and gesso wall mirrors from the early George III period, in the rococo style. Each rectangular plate within a pierced cartouche shaped frame flanked by fruiting floral vines, incorporating C scrolls and surmounted by an acanthus carved pediment.

Circa 1760

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