JOSEPH GOTT (1785-1860)
‘A GREYHOUND BITCH AND HER PUPPIES’
14in. (36cm) high; 19in. (48cm) wide; 11in. (28cm) deep.
A REGENCY POLLARD OAK, EBONY AND EBONISED SOFA TABLE BY GEORGE BULLOCK, CIRCA 1815.
The frieze with two mahogany lined drawers. With original brass scrolled caps and castors. Stamped JAMES WINTER 101 WARDOUR STREET (As a later retailer).
28.5in. (73cm) high; 67.5in. (171cm) wide (open); 42.5in. (108cm) wide (closed); 25in. (63cm) deep.
A FINE GEORGE III CARVED GILT-WOOD OVAL MIRROR, CIRCA 1765.
The pierced frame boldly carved with reeds, scrolls and rocailles. The oval mercury-silvered plate a 19th century replacement.
59in. (150cm) high; 46in. (118cm) wide.
AN FINE PAIR OF GEORGE II WHITE-PAINTED SIDE TABLES, CIRCA 1750.
Each with its original grey marble top. Redecorated following traces of original stone white paint.
32.5in. (83cm) high; 55.5in. (138cm) wide; 26in. (66cm) deep.
A KANGXI BLUE-AND-WHITE BALUSTER VASE AND COVER, LATE 17TH CENTURY.
Restorations to the neck.
24in. (61cm) high; 15in. (38cm) diameter.
A FINE AND LARGE PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDE TABLES, CIRCA 1780.
Each inlaid with satinwood bands and with D-shaped top above a fluted frieze on six tapering legs. One fitted with a cupboard at either end of the frieze, with concealed sprung catch.
35.5in. (90cm) high; one table 96.5in. (245cm) wide, the other 102in. (259cm) wide; 34in. (87cm) deep.
supplied to Sir Thomas Wentworth (d 1792), Bretton Park, Yorkshire
thence by descent through the Beaumont family
MAUD EARL (1863-1943)
‘LARGO’, A POINTER IN A HALLWAY.
Signed and dated Maud Earl 1910
Oil on canvas, in it’s original gilt wood frame
65.5in. (166cm) x 45.5in. (116cm). Framed: 80.5in. (205cm) x 60in. (153cm).
Provenance: painted for William Arkwright, Sutton Hall, Sutton Scarsdale, Derbyshire, thence by descent in the Arkwright family.
William Arkwright (1857-1925) was a leading authority on pointers and the author of The Pointer and his Predecessor, 1902. Largo, born in 1901, was his favourite pointer.
A ROMAN GRANITO DEL FORO RIBBED OVAL VASE, CIRCA 1700.
19in. (48cm) high; 26in. (66cm) wide; 17.5in. (45cm) deep.
AN EXCEPTIONAL IVORY-INLAID EBONY, PALMWOOD AND BOIS SATINÉ CABINET, CIRCA 1870.
The stepped top with a glazed door flanked by two cupboard doors. The base with the same arrangement. Fitted throughout with numbered Chubb locks retaining their original Chubb keys.
66.5in. (169cm) high; 43in. (109cm) wide; 14in. (36cm) deep.
JOHN CHEERE (1709-1787)
A RARE LEAD FIGURE OF A HAYMAKER, CIRCA 1745.
52in. (132cm) high; 20in. (51cm) wide; 24in. (61cm) deep.