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The Summer Sale - To include the selected contents from Shefford Woodlands House, Berkshire

Dreweatts 1759 Lots 1 – 74 have been removed from Shefford Woodlands House, Berkshire. The proceeds from the sale of these lots will be donated to local charities. Live Webcast Auction 21 Aug 2019 10:30 BST

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Newbury, Berkshire

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  • Donnington Priory
  • Newbury
  • Berkshire
  • RG14 2JE
  • United Kingdom

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ϒA Victorian rosewood and mother of pearl inlaid tea caddy, circa 1850, of sarcophagus form, 15cm high, 22cm wide, a Victorian papier mâché and mo...

A Victorian papier-mâché and inlaid adjustable occasional and reading table, circa 1860, in the manner of Jennens & Bettridge, with mother-of-pear...

A late Victorian brass and iron rectangular stick stand, late 19th century, of tubular form, 61cm high, 48cm wide, 26cm deep Provenance: Shef...

A mahogany and inlaid wheel barometer, Gatty, Reading, early 19th century, with thermometer, the case inlaid marquetry shells and flowerheads, 98c...

An Edwardian mahogany torchère in Regency stlye, circa 1905, the drum shaped top with reeded edge, on three scroll supports each with birds head f...

A pair of Regency black painted side chairs, circa 1815, each with the turned cresting rails centred by a flowerhead, a caned seat and turned legs...

A pair of black and gold painted and lacquered metal chestnut urns and covers in the style of Regency toleware, of recent manufacture, painted wit...

ϒA Regency rosewood and brass mounted console table, circa 1825, the scroll supports with stiff leaf and roundel mounts, and mirrored back on plin...

A Regency giltwood and ebonised pier mirror, circa 1815, the gilt frame with laurel crest, and ebonised reeded inner border, flanked by spiral tur...

A Regency papier mâché rectangular tray, circa 1815, by Henry Clay, with raised border, painted with bands of flowers, butterflies and leaves, on ...

An ebonised, parcel gilt and painted chair back settee or hall bench, second quarter 19th century, decorated with fruiting vines within Greek key ...

A pair of Derby oval dishes, circa 1820, each finely painted with fruits in a basket, on as tone ledge, the blue ground borders, decorated in gilt...

ϒA George IV rosewood and brass inlaid sofa table, circa 1825, the top with two rounded drop leaves above two frieze drawers, on turned and leaf c...

A Regency giltwood wall mirror, circa 1815, with applied spheres to the cornice and with flanking leaf capped fluted pilasters, 109cm high, 70cm w...

A set of four George IV giltwood side chairs, circa 1825, attributed to Gillows of Lancaster, each with leaf and scroll carved cresting rail, cane...

A pair of patinated metal, cut glass and marble mounted lustre candlesticks in Regency taste, 19th century, the foliate cast sconces on conforming...

A pair of Coalport concave sided square dishes, circa 1815, each finely painted in coloured enamels with a basket of flowers or fruits, the blue g...

A George IV mahogany tea table, circa 1825, 73cm high, 92cm wide, 46cm deep Provenance: Shefford Woodlands House, Berkshire The proceeds of...

After Christopher Fratin (French, 1801-1864), a patinated bronze animalier group of a hare and two leverets, naturalistically modelled, stamped FR...

After Pierre-Jules Mene (French, 1810-1894), a patinated bronze animalier group of two rabbits, naturalistically modelled, portrayed crouching on ...

After Pierre-Jules Mene (French, 1810-1894), a patinated bronze animalier group of a whippet and a spaniel, naturalistically modelled, both portra...

After Pierre-Jules Mene (French 1810-1894), a patinated bronze model of a whippet, after the Jiji and Giselle group, naturalistically modelled, po...

Two patinated metal models of whippets, 20th century, modelled with stylised features, one portrayed standing, the other recumbent, the tallest 30...

A set of three coloured prints after Samuel Howitt, Pheasant Shooting, Woodcock Shooting and Snipe Shooting, Each 37 x 48.5cm (3) Provenance: Sh...

An Anne Gordon model of a Grouse, date 1981, decorated in coloured enamels, 21cm high, painted monogram and dated ‘81 Provenance: Shefford Woodl...

A set of four modern Royal Copenhagen ornithological plates, each painted in coloured enamels with a game bird, the moulded borders decorated in g...

A set of eight German porcelain teacups and saucers, mid 19th century, each painted in coloured enamels with a stag, within gilt borders, mid 19th...

A set of twelve mahogany dining chairs, in George III style, 20th century, to include a pair of armchairs Provenance: Shefford Woodlands House,...

A mahogany twin pillar dining table in late George III style, 19th century and later rectangular two pillar dining table, with one additional leaf...

A pair of Meissen four light candelabra, late 19th century, each with three putti, supporting aloft a cornucopia, painted and applied with flowers...

A George III mahogany two tier dumb waiter, circa 1780, with spirally turned column, on tripod base with pointed pad feet, 86cm high, the widest t...

A George II mahogany drop leaf table, circa 1740, with moulded edge, and onn turned tapering legs terminating in claw and ball feet, 71cm high, th...

A Meissen part dinner service, each piece pained in coloured enamels with fruits, within blue and gilt scroll moulded borders, comprising nine din...

A rectangular wall mirror in George III style, 19th century, the gilt frame applied with stiff leaves and flowers to the crest and base, 85cm high...

A George III mahogany tripod table, circa 1780, with single plank top, on turned tapering column and three outswept legs, 68cm high, the top 78cm ...

A mahogany and upholstered library armchair, early 19th century and later, of Gainsborough type, 100cm high, 70cm wide, 85cm deep Provenance: Sh...

A modern Spode porcelain 'Sheffield' pattern part dinner and tea service, decorated in gilt; and fourteen Spode porcelain ‘Audubon Birds’ pattern ...

A George III mahogany rectangular side table, circa 1800, with single frieze drawer and on square tapering legs, 71cm high, 92cm wide, 52cm deep ...

A mahogany tilt top table, circa 1780 and later, the piecrust top on turned and leaf carved column and leaf carved tripod base, each outswept leg ...

Dutch School (20th century) Still life with flowers in a vase on a stone ledge Oil on canvas 101.5 x 76cm (39¾ x 29¾ in.) Provenance: Sheffo...

A German carved wood jardinière, late 19th century, in the form of two game birds, before a tree trunk, supporting an oval basket, carved with f...

A black slate mantel clock, late 19th century, with French eight-day bell striking movement, the gilt engine turned dial inscribed for the retaile...

A set of six P & H Choisy pearlware plates, circa 1830, each printed in black with a Paris view, within yellow and black bands, impressed marks, 2...

ϒ A Napoleon III ebonised and boulle side table, circa 1870, decorated with chinoiserie figures, flowers, masks and leaf scrolls, in brass and red...

A mahogany and brass inlaid timepiece, late 19th century, the movement with later platform escapement and circular white enamel dial, the case wit...

A Victorian papier mâché tray, painted in coloured enamels with flowers, on a red ground, within a broad gilt leaf scroll, scale and diaper border...

An upholstered three seat sofa, of recent manufacture, the upholstery almost certainly by Colefax & Fowler, 80cm high, 230cm wide, 95cm deep, toge...

A set of four framed coloured floral etchings, plate no. 297, 472, 298 and 172, Each 34 x 22cm (13 3/8 x 8 5/8in.) (4) Provenance: Shefford Wood...

A pair of ovoid vases with decalcomania decoration, 20th century, with figures, birds, flowers and animals, on a fawn ground, now fitted as table ...

A Victorian walnut rectangular centre stool, circa 1870, with padded seat and scroll carved apron, on cabriole legs with scroll toes and brass cas...

A George III black and gilt japanned corner wall cupboard, circa 1780 and later, decorated with scrolling leaves and with shaped shelves, enclosed...

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A set of ten Royal Worcester plates, in 18th century style, painted in coloured enamels by E Phillips, within a gilt cartouche, on a blue ground, ...

A pair of cut glass and brass twin light lustre candelabra in 18th century taste, late 19th century, the foliate cast sconces above scrolled arms ...

A George II walnut rectangular wall mirror, circa 1740, with gilt gesso slip, 68cm high, 47cm wide Provenance: Shefford Woodlands House, Berkshi...

A pair of black and gilt japanned circular tables in George II style, 20th century, each top decorated with river landscapes, each on ring turned ...

A set of six architectural engravings for Thornton's New and Complete History and Survey of London and Westminster, Each 36 x 23cm (14 1/4 x 9 1/8...

A pair of Derby figures of a shepherd and companion, circa 1770, 19cm high Provenance: Shefford Woodlands House, Berkshire The proceeds of ...

A George III mahogany chest of drawers, circa 1800, of bowfront outline, with four long drawers flanked fluted pilasters and on ogee bracket feet,...

A mahogany platform dressing table mirror in George III style, on serpentine fronted base, 64cm high, 45cm wide, 22cm deep, together with a skelet...

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