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  • Reclaimed pine table

    £350 Stock code: 79435
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    Reclaimed pine table

    constructed from Victorian floor boards, supplied ‘raw’/sanded without a finish.
    Dimensions: 73.5cm (29″) High, 75.5cm (29¾“) Wide, 76cm (30”) Deep
    Stock code: 79435
    £350
  • Reclaimed pine table

    £350 Stock code: 79428
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    Reclaimed pine table

    constructed from Victorian floor boards, supplied ‘raw’/sanded without a finish.
    Dimensions: 73.5cm (29″) High, 75cm (29½“) Wide, 76cm (30”) Deep
    Stock code: 79428
    £350
  • Reclaimed pine table

    £350 Stock code: 79429
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    Reclaimed pine table

    constructed from Victorian floor boards, supplied ‘raw’/sanded without a finish.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾“) High, 75cm (29½“) Wide, 76cm (30”) Deep
    Stock code: 79429
    £350
  • display cabinet

    A George V glazed mahogany hardware display cabinet,

    £9,250 Stock code: 46773
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    A George V glazed mahogany hardware display cabinet,

    the Art Deco glazed frame with roundels to the corners with an upstand to the top edge bearing the company name in parcel-gilt shadow lettering, the inner cabinet internally illuminated with lighting on all sides, the back-panel applied with a depiction of a fluttering Union Flag on a flag-pole forming a background to a giant carved wood-screw, and accompanied by the motto “Buy British”, these depictions together with a geometric wide border, all painstakingly formed by pinning-out samples of the manufacturer’s hardware: screws, hooks, bolts and other fastenings
    Dimensions: 162cm (63¾“) High, 137cm (54”) Wide, 17cm (6¾“) Deep
    Stock code: 46773
    £9,250
  • Victorian Carrara marble chimneypiece

    £2,800 Stock code: 79434
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    Victorian Carrara marble chimneypiece

    the plain shelf supported by corbels and plain jambs. Restored.
    Dimensions: 113.5cm (44¾“) High, 153cm (60¼“) Wide, 25.5cm (10”) Deep, Opening width 88 cm x 93 cm high, Outside jamb to jamb 138.5 cm
    Stock code: 79434
    £2,800
  • Ten person reclaimed pine dining table

    £975 Stock code: 79431
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    Ten person reclaimed pine dining table

    constructed from Victorian floor boards, supplied ‘raw’/sanded without a finish.
    Dimensions: 74cm (29¼“) High, 75cm (29½“) Wide, 243.5cm (95¾“) Long
    Stock code: 79431
    £975
  • Ten person reclaimed pine dining table

    £975 Stock code: 79430
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    Ten person reclaimed pine dining table

    constructed from Victorian floor boards, supplied ‘raw’/sanded and without a finish.
    Dimensions: 74cm (29¼“) High, 75cm (29½“) Wide, 243.5cm (95¾“) Long
    Stock code: 79430
    £975
  • Don-Bar ‘7000 series’ suspended steel fireplace

    £5,000 Stock code: 79318
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    Don-Bar ‘7000 series’ suspended steel fireplace

    the grate sitting within patinated steel body of faceted form typical of its period.
    Dimensions: 248cm (97¾“) High, 120cm (47¼“) Wide, 60cm (23½“) Deep
    Stock code: 79318
    £5,000
  • Iroko and beechwood prep table

    £550 Stock code: 79426
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    Iroko and beechwood prep table

    twentieth century
    Dimensions: 85cm (33½“) High, 122.5cm (48¼“) Wide, 71cm (28”) Deep
    Stock code: 79426
    £550
  • A scene from ’47 Ronin’ a Japanese Samurai Tale, 1852, after Utagawa Fusatane (active 1854-1889)

    £350 Stock code: P01306 A
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    A scene from ’47 Ronin’ a Japanese Samurai Tale, 1852, after Utagawa Fusatane (active 1854-1889)

    This print vividly depicts the famous night attack of 47 ronin, or masterless samurai, on the house of Moronao.
    Dimensions: 40cm (15¾“) High, 52cm (20½“) Wide, 2cm (0¾“) Deep
    Stock code: P01306 A
    £350
  • Kataoka Nizaemon VIII as Karigane Kon’ya Bunshichi by Utagawa Kunisada I (Toyokuni III)

    £350 Stock code: P01306 C
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    Kataoka Nizaemon VIII as Karigane Kon’ya Bunshichi by Utagawa Kunisada I (Toyokuni III)

    This print originally formed the R/H side from a triptych of the play, Eiyû Koko ni Yorimasa
    Dimensions: 52cm (20½“) High, 42cm (16½“) Wide, 2cm (0¾“) Deep
    Stock code: P01306 C
    £350
  • A girl reading poetry by Toyohara Chikanobu

    £350 Stock code: P01306 B
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    A girl reading poetry by Toyohara Chikanobu

    This print originally formed the R/H side of a triptych.
    Dimensions: 52cm (20½“) High, 40cm (15¾“) Wide, 2cm (0¾“) Deep
    Stock code: P01306 B
    £350
  • Samurai Warlord, Hatakeyama Shigetada by Utagawa Kunimune

    £350 Stock code: P01306 G
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    Samurai Warlord, Hatakeyama Shigetada by Utagawa Kunimune

    Hatakeyama Shigetada, was a warrior of the early Kamakura Period (1185-1333) famed for his virtue and bravery.
    Dimensions: 52cm (20½“) High, 40cm (15¾“) Wide, 2cm (0¾“) Deep
    Stock code: P01306 G
    £350
  • An actor from Chushingura by Utagawa Kunisada

    £350 Stock code: P01306 D
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    An actor from Chushingura by Utagawa Kunisada

    Chushingura, was Japan’s most popular kabuki play, with its origins in an event of organized mob violence in 1702, its a complex story of unquestioning loyalty, revenge, conflict, love, and punishment.
    Dimensions: 53cm (20¾“) High, 39cm (15¼“) Wide, 2cm (0¾“) Deep
    Stock code: P01306 D
    £350
  • Bandō Kakitsu I, an actor by Baido Kunimasa

    £350 Stock code: P01306 H
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    Bandō Kakitsu I, an actor by Baido Kunimasa

    R/H section of a triptych depicting the actor Bandō Kakitsu I playing a karinto merchant in the play Chitose-za shin kyogen Tsuki shiraha bonji horimono.
    Dimensions: 52cm (20½“) High, 40cm (15¾“) Wide, 2cm (0¾“) Deep
    Stock code: P01306 H
    £350
  • Pedicure by Torii Kiyohiro

    £350 Stock code: P01306 F
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    Pedicure by Torii Kiyohiro

    Produced by of the leading artists of the era of two-colour ‘benizurie’ prints, where the works are printed in pink (beni) and green, a style that peaked in the early 1740s.
    Dimensions: 51cm (20″) High, 41.5cm (16¼“) Wide, 2cm (0¾“) Deep
    Stock code: P01306 F
    £350
  • Yaoya oshichi meshitsukai o Hatsu by Utagawa Kunisada

    £350 Stock code: P01306 E
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    Yaoya oshichi meshitsukai o Hatsu by Utagawa Kunisada

    Yaoya Oshichi was a daughter of the greengrocer Tarobei, who lived in the Hongō neighborhood of Edo at the beginning of the Edo period. She was burned at the stake for attempting to commit arson. The story became the subject of joruri puppet plays.
    Dimensions: 51cm (20″) High, 41.5cm (16¼“) Wide, 2cm (0¾“) Deep
    Stock code: P01306 E
    £350
  • Pair of French gilt brass wall lights,

    £1,500 Stock code: 79339
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    Pair of French gilt brass wall lights,

    with tied ribbon wall mounts and naturalistic sconces, re-wired and PAT tested
    Dimensions: 65cm (25½“) High, 26cm (10¼“) Wide, 15cm (6”) Deep
    Stock code: 79339
    £1,500
  • A late Victorian walnut centre table,

    £800
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    A late Victorian walnut centre table,

    the legs and stretcher turned in a heavy Solomonic twist, the veneered top split and worn in places,

    Dimensions: 74.5cm (29¼“) High, 99cm (39″) Wide, 198cm (78”) Long
    £800
  • French brass, copper and glass hall lantern,

    £350 Stock code: 79365
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    French brass, copper and glass hall lantern,

    With pressed copper ring above stepped dome finial with scrolls to each corner, leading to four trapezium glazed brass bound panels above a further four larger inverted glazed panels, one with door enclosing a single candle light, terminating with a copper domed finial. French late ninetieth/early twentieth century. Re-wired and PAT tested
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 31cm (12¼“) Wide, 22cm x 22cm, 2 kg
    Stock code: 79365
    £350
  • Early twentieth century chrome and glass hallway pendant light

    £350 Stock code: 79421
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    Early twentieth century chrome and glass hallway pendant light

    re-wired and PAT tested, sold without gallery.
    Dimensions: 30cm (11¾“) High, 13.5cm (5¼“) Wide
    Stock code: 79421
    £350
  • Pair of late nineteenth century French cast iron urns,

    £1,500 Stock code: 79415
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    Pair of late nineteenth century French cast iron urns,

    each having egg and dart rim above lobed bodies on fluted stem socles and raised square base,
    Dimensions: 35cm (13¾“) High, 54.5cm (21½“) Wide, base 25 cm x 25 cm
    Stock code: 79415
    £1,500
  • Antique oak canopied box settle

    £1,700 Stock code: 79403
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    Antique oak canopied box settle

    with panelled back and barrell-turned arms, the seat opening to reveal storage, likely constructed in the late nineteenth century using earlier salvaged elements.
    Dimensions: 144.5cm (57″) High, 171cm (67¼“) Wide, 52cm (20½“) Deep, Seat height 45 cm x 40.5 cm deep
    Stock code: 79403
    £1,700
  • Louis XV style Carrara marble fireplace

    £6,500 Stock code: NF0337
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    Louis XV style Carrara marble fireplace

    the shaped frieze centred by stylised fleur-de-lys flanked by laurel leaves, the out-turned jambs with acanthus leaves to the foot, on block feet.
    Dimensions: 107cm (42¼“) High, 134.5cm (53”) Wide, 40cm (15¾“) Deep, Opening width 92 cm x 88 cm high, Outside jamb to jamb 133 cm
    Stock code: NF0337
    £6,500
  • Set of antique reeded ebony door knobs,

    £900 the set Stock code: 79406
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    Set of antique reeded ebony door knobs,

    late nineteenth century, Birmingham, a set of five pairs.
    Dimensions: 8cm (3¼“) High, 5.5cm (2¼“) Wide
    Stock code: 79406
    £900 the set
  • Set of early twentieth century door knobs,

    £1,150 the set Stock code: 79396
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    Set of early twentieth century door knobs,

    bakelite and brass, nine pairs to the set.
    Dimensions: 8cm (3¼“) High, 6cm (2¼“) Wide
    Stock code: 79396
    £1,150 the set
  • A 15sqm parcel of wide Georgian pine floorboards,

    £3,200 Stock code: 46761
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    A 15sqm parcel of wide Georgian pine floorboards,

    in widths between 8 1/2″ and 9″, most boards longer than 2m with lengths up to around 3m, with old stain to the surface, de-nailed (some metal remains in the boards) and trimmed ready for use,
    Dimensions: 22cm (8¾“) Wide, 2cm (0¾“) Deep
    Stock code: 46761
    £3,200
  • A French wrought-iron and marble garden table,

    £385 Stock code: 46775
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    A French wrought-iron and marble garden table,

    the three legged base showing rust and old paint, with a later square Cipollino marble top with radial corners, repair to corner,
    Dimensions: 72cm (28¼“) High, 53.5cm (21”) Wide, 53cm (20¾“) Deep
    Stock code: 46775
    £385
  • Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Duvivieranum,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 20
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    Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Duvivieranum,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 20
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Constricutum,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 18
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    Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Constricutum,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 18
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Ansellia Congoensis,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 17
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    Linden Botanicals, Ansellia Congoensis,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 17
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Vanda Lindeni,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 16
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    Linden Botanicals, Vanda Lindeni,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 16
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Vriesea Fulgida,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 15
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    Linden Botanicals, Vriesea Fulgida,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 15
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Aerides Reichenbachi,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 14
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    Linden Botanicals, Aerides Reichenbachi,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 14
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Vanda Superba,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 13
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    Linden Botanicals, Vanda Superba,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 13
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Diacrium Bicornutum,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 12
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    Linden Botanicals, Diacrium Bicornutum,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 12
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Coelogyne Lurida,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 11
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    Linden Botanicals, Coelogyne Lurida,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 11
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Eria Striolata,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 10
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    Linden Botanicals, Eria Striolata,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 10
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Dendiobium Macrophyllum,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 9
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    Linden Botanicals, Dendiobium Macrophyllum,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 9
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Rhynchostylis Retusa,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 7
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    Linden Botanicals, Rhynchostylis Retusa,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 7
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Cleisostoma Crassifolium,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 6
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    Linden Botanicals, Cleisostoma Crassifolium,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 6
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Eriopsis Rutidobulbon,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 5
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    Linden Botanicals, Eriopsis Rutidobulbon,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 5
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Crispum,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 4
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    Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Crispum,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 4
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Oncidium Papilio,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 3
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    Linden Botanicals, Oncidium Papilio,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 3
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Rodriguezia Bungerothi,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 2
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    Linden Botanicals, Rodriguezia Bungerothi,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 2
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Catasetum Bungerothi,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 1
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    Linden Botanicals, Catasetum Bungerothi,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 36cm (14¼“) Wide, 2.5cm (1”) Deep
    Stock code: P01278 1
    £175 each
  • German Art Nouveau Copper and Brass double candlestick,

    £350 Stock code: 79329
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    German Art Nouveau Copper and Brass double candlestick,

    Having brass and copper candle holders supported on a fret worked brass body, leading to stepped coned base within large drip pan base on brass ball feet, makers stamp to base indicating Gebrüder Bing of Bavaria produce the item.  
    Dimensions: 34cm (13½“) High, 18.5cm (7¼“) Wide, 17cm (6¾“) in Diameter
    Stock code: 79329
    £350
  • Large nineteenth century Carrara marble fireplace

    £6,500 Stock code: NF0336
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    Large nineteenth century Carrara marble fireplace

    with plain corbels flanking the panelled frieze, the jambs with further arch-topped panels, on block feet.
    Dimensions: 118cm (46½“) High, 178.5cm (70¼“) Wide, 29.5cm (11½“) Deep, Opening width 102.5 cm x 96.5 cm high, Outside jamb to jamb 159 cm
    Stock code: NF0336
    £6,500
  • William Frederick, 2nd Duke of Gloucester (‘A slice of Glo’ster cheese’) by James Gillray

    £160 Stock code: AD1662
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    William Frederick, 2nd Duke of Gloucester (‘A slice of Glo’ster cheese’) by James Gillray

    A whole length hand-coloured  Georgian caricature-portrait of Prince William Frederick of Gloucester. Designed in an oval setting, the Prince is shown in profile, facing rightwards, and bearing a strong and suggestive resemblance to his uncle King George III. He is shown wearing military uniform, having served in Flanders in 1794 during the Revolutionary Wars. The Prince, later the Duke, of Gloucester had become popularly and affectionately known as ‘Slice of Gloster’ or simply ‘Slice’ by the early 1700s.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾“) High, 30.5cm (12”) Wide
    Stock code: AD1662
    £160
  • Tower Clock dial

    A large French polychrome-painted steel tower-clock face

    £975 Stock code: 46708
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    A large French polychrome-painted steel tower-clock face

    the sheet-steel face with rolled edges and centred with shaped hands mounted on a small spindle and mechanism, hand-painted with a roman numerals on a black dial,
    Dimensions: 149cm (58¾“) High, 148cm (58¼“) Wide
    Stock code: 46708
    £975
  • Tower clock face

    A large French polychrome-painted steel tower-clock face

    £925 Stock code: 46707
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    A large French polychrome-painted steel tower-clock face

    the sheet-steel face with rolled edges and centred with shaped hands mounted on a small spindle and mechanism, hand-painted with a roman numerals on a black dial,
    Dimensions: 151cm (59½“) High, 148cm (58¼“) Wide
    Stock code: 46707
    £925
  • 1980s melamine table

    £80 Stock code: 79407
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    1980s melamine table

    .the circular top on painted timber base
    Dimensions: 74cm (29¼“) High, 60.5cm (23¾“) Wide
    Stock code: 79407
    £80
  • Model ship

    An English cased scratch-built timber model of “The Guiding Star”

    £820 Stock code: 46610
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    An English cased scratch-built timber model of “The Guiding Star”

    the three-masted clipper, sails stowed, depicted on a naturalistic swell, the glazed case with stop-chamfered mouldings,
    Dimensions: 50cm (19¾“) High, 70cm (27½“) Wide, 36cm (14¼“) Deep, the case
    Stock code: 46610
    £820
  • A Gothic Revival Bath stone chimneypiece,

    £3,500 Stock code: 46770
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    A Gothic Revival Bath stone chimneypiece,

    the pitched-top rectangular shelf over the plain lintel with arched recess, raised on plain jambs, stop-chamfering to the edges; iron eyelets in the jambs for anchoring a tall fender remain,
    Dimensions: 125cm (49¼“) High, 141cm (55½“) Wide, 17.5cm (7”) Deep, the aperture measures 90.5cm wide and 91cm high,
    Stock code: 46770
    £3,500
  • staddle stones

    A pair of colossal rustic English limestone staddle stones

    £4,250 the pair Stock code: 46771
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    A pair of colossal rustic English limestone staddle stones

    each with a mossy domed top raised on a rectangular-section spreading base
    Dimensions: 120cm (47¼“) High, 80cm (31½“) Wide, 80cm (31½“) in Diameter
    Stock code: 46771
    £4,250 the pair
  • Coadestone keystone

    A rare George III “Coadestone” architectural keystone – “The Laughing Philosopher”

    £3,250 Stock code: 46764
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    A rare George III “Coadestone” architectural keystone – “The Laughing Philosopher”

    modelled in relief as a laughing bearded man with an “Hogarthian leer”, in a floppy tasselled hat,
    Dimensions: 37cm (14½“) High, 27cm (10¾“) Wide, 26cm (10¼“) Deep
    Stock code: 46764
    £3,250
  • A narrow Regency Devonian marble chimneypiece,

    £3,300 Stock code: 46748
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    A narrow Regency Devonian marble chimneypiece,

    The rectangular shelf over cushion mould frieze with central moulded tablet, the cushion mould jambs raised on square foot-blocks and topped with bullseye roundel end-blocks; repairs to the shelf,
    Dimensions: 117cm (46″) High, 125cm (49¼“) Wide, 17cm (6¾“) Deep, the aperture measures 71.5cm wide and 99cm high,
    Stock code: 46748
    £3,300
  • mystery object

    A curious relief-carved sandstone oval plaque

    £750 Stock code: 46102
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    A curious relief-carved sandstone oval plaque

    carved in relief with a standing figure bearing an axe, raised on a corbel, presented on a radial grid of raised lozenges, mounted on a bespoke oak stand,
    Dimensions: 30cm (11¾“) High, 22cm (8¾“) Wide, 6cm (2¼“) Thick, excluding the stand
    Stock code: 46102
    £750
  • carved oak column

    An English carved oak column

    £465 Stock code: 46769
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    An English carved oak column

    the salvaged decorative central section of a column carved in relief with a winged angel, the term figure with a cherub mask below, emanating scrolls of leafy ornament, the cylinder mounted an a rod with a rectangular stone base,
    Dimensions: 66cm (26″) High, 23cm (9″) Wide, the column (77cm high as mounted)
    Stock code: 46769
    £465
  • Terrace pots

    A pair of English composition stone orangery planters

    £1,400 the pair Stock code: 46725
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    A pair of English composition stone orangery planters

    circular pots with a splayed rim above the tapered body of basketweave design
    Dimensions: 48cm (19″) High, 66cm (26″) Wide, 66cm (26″) in Diameter
    Stock code: 46725
    £1,400 the pair
  • Hall lantern

    An English gilt brass and hexagonal hall lantern

    £2,980 Stock code: 46717
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    An English gilt brass and hexagonal hall lantern

    the exuberantly scrolled corona and terminus with a the glazed body with curved panes etched with foliate ornament,
    Dimensions: 105cm (41¼“) High, 41cm (16¼“) Wide
    Stock code: 46717
    £2,980
  • George V fire basket

    A George V cast and wrought-iron and brass fire basket

    £960 Stock code: 46768
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    A George V cast and wrought-iron and brass fire basket

    the rectangular backplate with arrowhead finials, above the vertically  railed basket with curvilinear bars and outswept finials in the Dutch style, and raised on curved supports,
    Dimensions: 46cm (18″) High, 53cm (20¾“) Wide, 27.5cm (10¾“) Deep
    Stock code: 46768
    £960
  • George III firegrate

    A George III cast and wrought-iron and brass fire basket

    £4,675 Stock code: 46685
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    A George III cast and wrought-iron and brass fire basket

    the rectangular backplate above the bowed, railed basket with urn surmounts and a pierced fluted apron with aVitruvian scroll trim continuing to the outswept supporting standards with urn finials,
    Dimensions: 67cm (26½“) High, 73cm (28¾“) Wide, 39cm (15¼“) Deep, 49cm wide the basket
    Stock code: 46685
    £4,675
  • cider press stone

    An English limestone cider press stone,

    £1,600 Stock code: 46731
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    An English limestone cider press stone,

    the disc shaped slab tapering to a spout and rimmed with a rill,
    Dimensions: 27cm (10¾“) High, 142cm (56”) Wide, 27cm (10¾“) Deep
    Stock code: 46731
    £1,600
  • Sarcophagus grate

    A Regency “sarcophagus” cast iron and brass hob grate

    £5,250 Stock code: 46684
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    A Regency “sarcophagus” cast iron and brass hob grate

    the pointed backplate cast in relief with leafy ornament, the railed basket topped with spikes and flanked by  pilaster fronted hobs cast with acanthine clasps and raised on lion-paw feet above a plinth base,
    Dimensions: 6cm (2¼“) High, 85cm (33½“) Wide, 31cm (12¼“) Deep
    Stock code: 46684
    £5,250
  • cotswold stone trough

    A very large English Cotswold stone farmyard trough

    £5,450 Stock code: 46724
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    A very large English Cotswold stone farmyard trough

    the rustic carved trough with roughly textured sides, an undulating edge and old cuts to allow plumbing and an iron pipe embedded, in plan canted to one corner
    Dimensions: 42cm (16½“) High, 92cm (36¼“) Wide, 180cm (70¾“) Long
    Stock code: 46724
    £5,450
  • stone trough

    A substantial English granite trough

    £3,800 Stock code: 46623
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    A substantial English granite trough

    the carved trough with roughly textured sides and old cuts to allow plumbing
    Dimensions: 67cm (26½“) High, 72cm (28¼“) Wide, 132cm (52”) Long
    Stock code: 46623
    £3,800
  • garden stone trough

    An English Portland stone trough

    £1,175 Stock code: 46747
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    An English Portland stone trough

    the carved trough with roughly textured sides and old cuts to allow plumbing
    Dimensions: 39cm (15¼“) High, 74cm (29¼“) Wide, 74cm (29¼“) Long
    Stock code: 46747
    £1,175
  • garden urns

    A set of three English stoneware garden urns

    £1,100 Stock code: 46767
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    A set of three English stoneware garden urns

    each bowl with an everted rim and cast in relief with bands of foliate ornament, raised on a socle foot,
    Dimensions: 53cm (20¾“) High, 59cm (23¼“) Wide, 59cm (23¼“) in Diameter, 27cm diameter the foot
    Stock code: 46767
    £1,100
  • grand gates

    A huge pair of French parcel gilt cast and wrought-iron carriageway gates

    £12,500 Stock code: 46766
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    A huge pair of French parcel gilt cast and wrought-iron carriageway gates

    each leaf with a railed upper panel with a frame of circlets above a frieze of foliate ornament above a smaller lower panel infilled with lattice-work,
    Dimensions: 340cm (133¾“) High, 310cm (122”) Wide, the pair
    Stock code: 46766
    £12,500
  • Rare pair of register grates

    A rare pair of Scottish George III cast iron register grates

    £9,350 Stock code: 46682
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    A rare pair of Scottish George III cast iron register grates

    each with a reeded register frame, lion-masks to the corners and hairy-paw monopodia below, each with the concave inner grate with wide hobs flanking the bar set comprising repeated ovals,
    Dimensions: 96cm (37¾“) High, 92cm (36¼“) Wide, 25cm (9¾“) Deep, each grate
    Stock code: 46682
    £9,350
  • weathercock

    A Victorian parcel-gilt copper, steel and wrought iron cockerel weathervane

    £895 Stock code: 46690
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    A Victorian parcel-gilt copper, steel and wrought iron cockerel weathervane

    the vane modelled as a cockerel, the indices mounted on a round-section knopped standard and supported with scrollwork and leafy clasps,
    Dimensions: 67cm (26½“) High, 54cm (21¼“) Wide, excluding mounting bracket
    Stock code: 46690
    £895
  • large urn

    A large English cast iron urn

    £925 Stock code: 46589
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    A large English cast iron urn

    the bowl with an everted scalloped rim and raised on a tall socle
    Dimensions: 95cm (37½“) High, 85cm (33½“) Wide, 85cm (33½“) in Diameter
    Stock code: 46589
    £925
  • Reclaimed pine boards

    Reclaimed 6 1/2″ Edwardian pine floorboards (34 sqm ex Egyptian House Piccadilly)

    £3,900 the batch (incl VAT) Stock code: 46444
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    Reclaimed 6 1/2″ Edwardian pine floorboards (34 sqm ex Egyptian House Piccadilly)

    Square edge boards. Great quality Baltic pine. Condition: biscuit patina, pleasantly worn with dints and scratches commensurate with age, surface nail holes, solid and uniform – good straight grain. 165mm wide; lengths across the batch: mostly 120-300cm [29mm thick],
    Dimensions: 16.5cm (6½“) Wide, 2.9cm (1¼“) Thick, various lengths, mostly 120-300cm
    Stock code: 46444
    £3,900 the batch (incl VAT)
  • Reclaimed pine boards

    Reclaimed 6 1/2″ Edwardian pine floorboards (32.3 sqm ex Egyptian House Piccadilly)

    £3,650 the batch (incl VAT) Stock code: 46443
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    Reclaimed 6 1/2″ Edwardian pine floorboards (32.3 sqm ex Egyptian House Piccadilly)

    Square edge boards. Great quality Baltic pine. Condition: biscuit patina, pleasantly worn with dints and scratches commensurate with age, surface nail holes, solid and uniform – good straight grain. 165mm wide; lengths across the batch: mostly 120-300cm [29mm thick],
    Dimensions: 17cm (6¾“) Wide, 2.9cm (1¼“) Thick, various lengths, mostly 120-300cm
    Stock code: 46443
    £3,650 the batch (incl VAT)
  • Reclaimed flooring

    Reclaimed 6 3/4″ Edwardian pine floorboards (26.9 sqm ex Egyptian House Piccadilly)

    £3,050 the batch (incl VAT) Stock code: 46442
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    Reclaimed 6 3/4″ Edwardian pine floorboards (26.9 sqm ex Egyptian House Piccadilly)

    Square edge boards. Great quality Baltic pine. This batch a heavier grade of pine – some way towards a “pitch pine” Condition: biscuit patina, pleasantly worn with dints and scratches commensurate with age, surface nail holes, solid and uniform – good straight grain. 165mm wide; lengths across the batch: mostly 130-250cm [29mm thick],
    Dimensions: 17cm (6¾“) Wide, 2.9cm (1¼“) Thick, various lengths, mostly 150-220cm
    Stock code: 46442
    £3,050 the batch (incl VAT)
  • Reclaimed pine floorboards

    Reclaimed 6 1/2″ Edwardian pine floorboards (26.2 sqm ex Egyptian House Piccadilly)

    £3,000 the batch (incl VAT) Stock code: 46441
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    Reclaimed 6 1/2″ Edwardian pine floorboards (26.2 sqm ex Egyptian House Piccadilly)

    Square edge boards. Great quality Baltic pine. Condition: biscuit patina, pleasantly worn with dints and scratches commensurate with age, surface nail holes, solid and uniform – good straight grain. 165mm wide; lengths across the batch: mostly 130-250cm [29mm thick],
    Dimensions: 16.5cm (6½“) Wide, 2.9cm (1¼“) Thick, various lengths, mostly 130-250cm
    Stock code: 46441
    £3,000 the batch (incl VAT)
  • reclaimed pine flooring

    Reclaimed 6 3/4″ Edwardian pine floorboards (24.2 sqm ex Egyptian House Piccadilly)

    £2,750 the batch (incl VAT) Stock code: 46440
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    Reclaimed 6 3/4″ Edwardian pine floorboards (24.2 sqm ex Egyptian House Piccadilly)

    Square edge boards. Great quality Baltic pine. Condition: biscuit patina, pleasantly worn with dints and scratches commensurate with age, surface nail holes, solid and uniform – good straight grain. 170mm wide; lengths across the batch: mostly 170-260cm [25mm thick],
    Dimensions: 17cm (6¾“) Wide, 2.8cm (1”) Thick, various lengths, mostly 170-260cm
    Stock code: 46440
    £2,750 the batch (incl VAT)
  • 19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Sandwort,

    £120 each Stock code: P01313 37
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    19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Sandwort,

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    Dimensions: 33.5cm (13¼“) High, 28.5cm (11¼“) Wide, 1.5cm (0½“) Deep
    Stock code: P01313 37
    £120 each
  • 19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Wood Sorrel,

    £120 each Stock code: P01313 36
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    19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Wood Sorrel,

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    Dimensions: 33.5cm (13¼“) High, 28.5cm (11¼“) Wide, 1.5cm (0½“) Deep
    Stock code: P01313 36
    £120 each
  • 19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Moneywort,

    £120 each Stock code: P01313 35
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    19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Moneywort,

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    Dimensions: 33.5cm (13¼“) High, 28.5cm (11¼“) Wide, 1.5cm (0½“) Deep
    Stock code: P01313 35
    £120 each
  • 19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Hoary Plantain,

    £120 each Stock code: P01313 34
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    19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Hoary Plantain,

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    Dimensions: 33.5cm (13¼“) High, 28.5cm (11¼“) Wide, 1.5cm (0½“) Deep
    Stock code: P01313 34
    £120 each
  • 19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Wayfaring Tree,

    £120 each Stock code: P01313 33
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    19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Wayfaring Tree,

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    Dimensions: 33.5cm (13¼“) High, 28.5cm (11¼“) Wide, 1.5cm (0½“) Deep
    Stock code: P01313 33
    £120 each
  • 19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Water Scorpion Grass,

    £120 each Stock code: P01313 32
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    19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Water Scorpion Grass,

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    Dimensions: 33.5cm (13¼“) High, 28.5cm (11¼“) Wide, 1.5cm (0½“) Deep
    Stock code: P01313 32
    £120 each
  • 19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Common Primrose,

    £120 each Stock code: P01313 31
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    19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Common Primrose,

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    Dimensions: 33.5cm (13¼“) High, 28.5cm (11¼“) Wide, 1.5cm (0½“) Deep
    Stock code: P01313 31
    £120 each
  • 19th Century English School Botanical Studies,

    £120 each Stock code: P01313 30
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    19th Century English School Botanical Studies,

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    Dimensions: 33.5cm (13¼“) High, 28.5cm (11¼“) Wide, 1.5cm (0½“) Deep
    Stock code: P01313 30
    £120 each
  • 19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Common Guelder Rose,

    £120 each Stock code: P01313 29
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    19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Common Guelder Rose,

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    Dimensions: 33.5cm (13¼“) High, 28.5cm (11¼“) Wide, 1.5cm (0½“) Deep
    Stock code: P01313 29
    £120 each
  • 19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Blackberry Bramble,

    £120 each Stock code: P01313 28
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    19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Blackberry Bramble,

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    Dimensions: 33.5cm (13¼“) High, 28.5cm (11¼“) Wide, 1.5cm (0½“) Deep
    Stock code: P01313 28
    £120 each
  • 19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Comfrey,

    £120 each Stock code: P01313 27
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    19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Comfrey,

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    Dimensions: 33.5cm (13¼“) High, 28.5cm (11¼“) Wide, 1.5cm (0½“) Deep
    Stock code: P01313 27
    £120 each
  • 19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Moschatel,

    £120 each Stock code: P01313 26
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    19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Moschatel,

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    Dimensions: 33.5cm (13¼“) High, 28.5cm (11¼“) Wide, 1.5cm (0½“) Deep
    Stock code: P01313 26
    £120 each
  • 19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Corncockle,

    £120 each Stock code: P01313 25
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    19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Corncockle,

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    Dimensions: 33.5cm (13¼“) High, 28.5cm (11¼“) Wide, 1.5cm (0½“) Deep
    Stock code: P01313 25
    £120 each
  • 19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Curled Dock,

    £120 each Stock code: P01313 24
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    19th Century English School Botanical Studies, Curled Dock,

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    Dimensions: 33.5cm (13¼“) High, 28.5cm (11¼“) Wide, 1.5cm (0½“) Deep
    Stock code: P01313 24
    £120 each