A simply stunning and extremely rare antique Agra carpet of square proportions woven in India, the city famous for the Taj Mahal. Beautiful natural dyes on this carpet with soft purples blues, greens and rich burgundy dyes. Each corner has been signed by the weavers, also there are some charming animal motifs in the outer border. This carpet is also very rare as it has the date woven into each of the four corners of the carpet, woven in the Persian Calendar it reads 1246 which translates to 1867
1853. 376 pages. No dust jacket. The Polish Lancer or 1812: A Tale of Napoleon's Invasion of Russia. Marbled boards half-bound in leather with gold lettering to spine. Front board detached and missing. Pages remain clear and bright with minimal tanning and foxing throughout, light occasional marking. Heavier tanning to edges. Small pencil inscription to front free endpaper. Binding remains firm. Back board is moderately marked and has wear to edges, bumping to corners, crushing and fraying to sp
18TH CENTURY AUBUSSON TAPESTRY AFTER J.B. PILLEMENT IN THE CHINOISERIE TASTE Woven with a three sided blue and red patterned border decorated with twisting acanthus leaves and flowers. With an exotic bird in the foreground contemplating a pool of water, and a parrot perched on a rock nearby. In the distance a pagoda stands on a hill surrounded by other buildings. Exotic flowers throughout. Reduced in size, missing the lower border. France c, 1760. HEIGHT: 210 cm (82¾”) WIDTH: 309 cm (121¾”)
An early Georgian style wingback armchair late 19th century, upholstered in green damask with squab cushion, raised on foliate carved cabriole front legs with ball and claw feet and swept back legs , on brass castors, 42in. (106.75cm.) high, 29 3/4in. (75.5cm.) wide. Estimate £200-300
A pair of mid 19th Century mahogany hall chairs, having shaped backs carved with scrolling acanthus and centred by shield reserves, supported on out swept rear legs and turned front legs. Circa 1840. A pair of mid 19th Century mahogany hall chairs, having shaped backs carved with scrolling acanthus and centred by shield reserves, supported on out swept rear legs and turned front legs. Circa 1840
A very good copy in a very good slip case. No previous owner's markings or bookplates. DISPATCHED FROM THE UK WITHIN 24 HOURS ( BOOKS ORDERED OVER THE WEEKEND DISPATCHED ON MONDAY) BY ROYAL MAIL. ALL OVERSEAS ORDERS SENT BY AIR MAIL. WE ALSO ACCEPT PAYMENT IN US DOLLARS OR EURO BY BANK TRANSFER.
enquire A Rare & Superb George II Scottish Silver Teapot, Edinburgh 1749 by Edward Lothian. The body is raised in the inverted pear-shaped form, plain except for a crest and motto to each side – see pictures. A cast, tapering and gadrooned spout. The silver handle capped with an acanthus leaf and with wooden space
An Art Deco three piece cloud suite. Three seater cloud back sofa and two armchairs, with straight grain walnut show wood. Upholstered in cream leather and Alcantara suede. Designer: Harry & Lou Epstein Dimensions: Sofa: H 85cm, W 167cm, Seat H 47cm, Seat D 80cm Origin: English Date: 1930 Item No:
An Italian gilded cast bronze and crystal 16 light double tiered antique chandelier, the tiered reeded leaf scrolling arms with Acanthus leaf outcrops and glass bobeche drip pans and leaf candle sconces, issuing from an ornate reeded baluster central column with a foliated scrolling leaf canopy, decorated overall in faceted crystal pendants and having the original chain and ceiling rose. Fully rewired and PAT tested. All our chandeliers come with ceiling fixings and spare bulbs. Dimensions: H: 2
Medium: Offset lithograph printed in colours. Published to commemorate the Royal Academy of Arts’ (RA) 250th anniversary and printed and published by Royal Mail, London. Accompanied by an example of the limited run postage stamp. Dimensions: 38 x 34 cm (14.82 x 13.26 in) Edition: Edition of 100 Signed: numbered in pencil the U.K.
Picture: #1 is Maria Salinas lady in waiting to Catherine of Aragon. When she married the Earl of Willoughby Henry VIII gave them Grimsthorpe Castle. #2 Elizabeth Bertie #3 Martha Bertie #4 Elizabeth Bertie #5 Robert Bertie more details are in the Guardroom. The measurement is for the largest frame.