QUALITY ANTIQUES & ARCHITECTURAL AUCTION SATURTDAY JUNE 3rd .....400 LOTS
NEW BUILDING-VIEWING MAY 31st & JUNE 1st
150 lots of Architectural & Garden items 150 lots of Quality Antique Furniture & Clocks 100 lots of Paintings, Prints, Mirrors & Table top items
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They are conducting proceedings. Owner Ben Gamble will be auctioneering.
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Good luck in obtaining items you are bidding on and please note that our main showrooms will be open as usual
Above are four pics of various items all going in next week's Auction. Highlights include....An early Georgian Welsh oakTriddarn, An early Georgian oak hanging press, A fine Georgian mahogany chest on chest, Eight Georgian mahogany dining chairs, A desirable mahogany campaign chest of drawers, a 7ft tall cast iron fountain possibly Coalbrookdale, an impressive 19th century pair of 4ft tall terracotta urns on stands, A pair of 4ft wide terracotta planter troughs on stands plus much much more ...
The Sutherland table was named after the Duchess of Sutherland, Queen Victoria's 'Mistress of the Robes' and is a sought of cousin to the Pembroke table. It is characterised by a narrow central section supported on a trestle-like, cheval base with deep flaps either side.
Here we have a mid 19th century Victorian rosewood serpentine shaped Sutherland table. The table stands on two bulbous columns, each terminating in two cabriole supports with castors. These two columns are joined by a turned stretcher. Each side has a turned and slender pull-out gate action leg which terminates in an original castor and these support the serpentine shaped flaps.
The usefulness of such a table is immediately apparent; its narrowness in the folded position enables it to be tucked away in a small space, while the deep flaps provide a spacious top when opened out.
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