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Auction Description for Shapes Auctioneers & Valuers:
Auction Description:
Viewing Notes:
16th April 10am - 5pm. 17th April 10am - 7pm. 18th April 10am - 4pm.

624 lots

April 19, 1997

Bankhead Avenue

Sighthill

Edinburgh, EH11 4BY United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)131 453 3222

Fax: +44 (0)131 453 6444

Email: admin@shapesauctioneers.co.uk

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Description: A Thai Carved Sandalwood Chess Set Within lined and fitted case, each piece in the early Persian style representing horses, camels and elephants, the black side ebonised (modern) height of kings - 12cm..

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Description: AN Early 19th Century Oak and Fruitwood Egg- Cup Stand With central ringed-turned handle and revolving platform with six cups (one stem damaged), on circular plinth 19cm. diameter See illustration

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Description: A Regency Coromandel Tea Caddy Of Beaded Sarcophagus Form Enclosing Plain Interior On short ringed-turned feet 39cm. wide See illustration

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Description: AN 18th Century Mahogany "Lazy Susan" With dished revolving circular top above short turned column and turned circular foot 33cm. diameter See illustration

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Description: AN Early 19th Century Bronze Pestle and Mortar Of Waisted and Ribbed Design Inscribed "AW 99, with double-ended baluster pestle, ring-incised base 11cm. high 2 See illustration

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