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Antiques, Furniture, Clocks

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury


857 lots | 687 with images

November 27, 2002

Donnington Priory

Donnington

Newbury, RG14 2JE United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1635 553553

Fax: +44 (0)1635 553599

Email: donnington@dnfa.com

A George IV tortoiseshell, ivory and pewter, strung tea caddy, the rectangular hinged top with  rounded corners enclosing two lidded compartments, on bun feet, 12 high x 10 deep x 17cm wide  (see illustration)

Lot 1: A George IV tortoiseshell, ivory and pewter, strung tea caddy, the rectangular hinged top with rounded corners enclosing two lidded compartments, on bun feet, 12 high x 10 deep x 17cm wide (see illustration)

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Description: A George IV tortoiseshell, ivory and pewter, strung tea caddy, the rectangular hinged top with rounded corners enclosing two lidded compartments, on bun feet, 12 high x 10 deep x 17cm wide (see illustration)

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A William IV rosewood sarcophagus shaped tea chest, the rectangular top enclosing two caddies and a  recess for a mixing bowl, above a gilt metal escutcheon flanked by handles on bun feet, 20 high x 21 deep x 36.5cm wide (see illustration)

Lot 2: A William IV rosewood sarcophagus shaped tea chest, the rectangular top enclosing two caddies and a recess for a mixing bowl, above a gilt metal escutcheon flanked by handles on bun feet, 20 high x 21 deep x 36.5cm wide (see illustration)

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Description: A William IV rosewood sarcophagus shaped tea chest, the rectangular top enclosing two caddies and a recess for a mixing bowl, above a gilt metal escutcheon flanked by handles on bun feet, 20 high x 21 deep x 36.5cm wide (see illustration)

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A lignum vitae spade shaped cribbage scorer, with silver mounts depicting playing cards, the  underside with a lidded compartment containing white metal markers on bun feet, 18 x 13 cm

Lot 3: A lignum vitae spade shaped cribbage scorer, with silver mounts depicting playing cards, the underside with a lidded compartment containing white metal markers on bun feet, 18 x 13 cm

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Description: A lignum vitae spade shaped cribbage scorer, with silver mounts depicting playing cards, the underside with a lidded compartment containing white metal markers on bun feet, 18 x 13 cm

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A George III mahogany tea caddy, the rectangular coffered and hinged top with a brass handle,  enclosing three divisions, 15 high x 13 deep x 25cm wide, (the feet detached, the interior adapted)  (see illustration)

Lot 4: A George III mahogany tea caddy, the rectangular coffered and hinged top with a brass handle, enclosing three divisions, 15 high x 13 deep x 25cm wide, (the feet detached, the interior adapted) (see illustration)

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Description: A George III mahogany tea caddy, the rectangular coffered and hinged top with a brass handle, enclosing three divisions, 15 high x 13 deep x 25cm wide, (the feet detached, the interior adapted) (see illustration)

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A pair of mid 19th century Chinese paintings on glass in polychrome, one of a lady holding a basket  of flowers beside rockwork, the other of a man in robes holding a book, each 25 x 19cm (see illustration)

Lot 5: A pair of mid 19th century Chinese paintings on glass in polychrome, one of a lady holding a basket of flowers beside rockwork, the other of a man in robes holding a book, each 25 x 19cm (see illustration)

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Description: A pair of mid 19th century Chinese paintings on glass in polychrome, one of a lady holding a basket of flowers beside rockwork, the other of a man in robes holding a book, each 25 x 19cm (see illustration)

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