George III satinwood tea caddy
Beautifully figured West Indies satinwood and silver mounts. A well proportioned tea caddy of exceptional quality. The interior contains two large caddies.
Provenance: Peter Lipitch Antiques, London.
Dimensions: 7 5/8 inches wide, 6 inches high, 5 3/4 inches deep
2 items of late 18th / early 19th century domestic iron ware
A Donegal bread iron or harnen [hardening] stand. This item is usually known as an oatcake warmer. It was used to slowly dry, rather than bake, a traditional bannock of oat bread locally referred to as...
Provenance: Clermont Hall, Norfolk
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An oak chip carved candle box from the 2nd half of the 18th century.
This is a real tour-de-force of chip carving, with a lovely dark patina. It’s a very tactile piece.
Provenance: from the collection of the furniture historian, R.W. Symonds (1889-1958).
Dimension: 14 inches long,...
Attractively figured rio rosewood base with chamfered edges and dainty brass carrying handles. Rio rosewood gallery with delicately turned spindles and scrolled brackets. Raised on low rosewood bun feet.
Dimensions: 16 3/4 inches wide, 10 1/2 inches deep, 5 1/2 inches high
Andrew has carved these “still life” sycamore leaves using timber from a fallen sycamore bow near the workshop. They are carved extremely thin (after Grinling Gibbons) and finished with oil and wax.
Mounted on a discreet base they can be displayed on the wall or free...