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Jewellery & Silver, Militaria, Sporting & Wildlife Related Items, and Oak & Country Furniture & Objects

Semley Auctioneers PLEASE NOTE- lots 435 to 551 are not available for live internet bidding & commission bids on these lots should be sent directly to Semley Auctioneers Live Webcast Auction 14 Oct 2017 10:30 BST

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  • Semley
  • Shaftesbury
  • Dorset
  • SP7 9AN
  • United Kingdom

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A late 19th century Swiss tortoiseshell cased automaton singing bird box, with two-colour gold, silver & abalone shell floral inlay, the hinged ov...

An Anglo Celanese or Colonial Indian carved ebony writing box, mid 19th century, the interior with inlaid decoration, 15.65ins. (39.7cms.) wide (s...

Property of a gentleman - a Bavarian Black Forest carved beechwood wall pocket or stationery rack, with old printed paper label 'SOLD BY / S.H. SO...

A good quality late 19th century French ormolu & green guilloche enamel easel dressing mirror, with shaped & bevelled plate, 19ins. (48cms.) high ...

Property of a lady - a French Louis XV style gilt brass rocaille adjustable fender, the bar 52ins. (132cms.) long; together with a pair of brass f...

Property of a deceased estate - a collection of ten country chairs, 19th and early 20th century, including a 19th century Windsor elbow chair (10)...

Property of a gentleman - a Continental chestnut circular topped dining table with five turned legs united by flat stretchers, 62.25ins. (158cms.)...

Property of a deceased estate - a field maple topped cricket table, with paper label to underside stating that the tree was felled in 1949 & the t...

Property of a gentleman - a matched set of fifteen late 19th / early 20th century elm seated Oxford pattern kitchen chairs, including five carvers...

Property of a deceased estate - a late 17th / early 18th century oak six plank coffer, of good colour, with thumbnail mouldings, 100.5ins. (39.5cm...

Property of a lady - a small oak side table, with moulded frieze drawer & slender turned supports, basically early 18th century, 24.8ins. (63cms.)...

Property of a gentleman - an early 19th century yew wood Windsor elbow chair, of good colour, attributed to Robert Prior of Uxbridge, with turned ...

Property of a lady - a pair of George III fruitwood & rush seated Lancashire spindle-back side chairs (2) (see illustration).

Property of a deceased estate - a fruitwood dresser base, parts Georgian, with an arrangement of seven drawers, 49ins. (124.5cms.) long (see illus...

Property of a lady - a harlequin set of nine late 17th century carved walnut & cane panelled high-back chairs including two carvers (9) (see illus...

Property of a deceased estate - a late 19th / early 20th oak bobbin framed triple chair back bench, with string panelled seat & loose cushion, 69i...

Property of a deceased estate - an 18th century oak lowboy, with carved cabriole legs, the carving probably later, 31.85ins. (81cms.) wide (see il...

Property of a lady - a carved oak side table, parts 17th century, with nulled drawer & turned supports, 29.5ins. (75cms.) wide (see illustration)....

Property of a lady - an 18th century elm chest of two short & three long graduated drawers, 35.45ins. (90cms.) wide (overall) (see illustration).

Property of a gentleman - a late 19th / early 20th century French carved fruitwood & rush seated elbow chair (see illustration).

Property of a lady - a carved oak coffer, late 17th / early 18th century, probably reduced in depth, 44.9ins. (114cms.) long (see illustration).

Property of a gentleman - an 18th century French chestnut & burr chestnut armoire, restorations to cornice & feet, 56.75ins. (144cms.) wide (overa...

Property of a gentleman - a late 17th century oak coffer, with thumbnail & scratch moulded lid, 52.75ins. (134cms.) long (overall) (see illustrati...

Property of a gentleman - an 18th century oak oval topped gate-leg dining table, with end drawer, on baluster turned supports & braganza feet, 42i...

Property of a lady - a late 17th / early 18th century oak oval topped gate-leg table, 36.25ins. (92cms.) long (see illustration).

Property of a deceased estate - a small 18th century oak two-part Welsh dresser, the base with three drawers above a pot board, 54ins. (137cms.) w...

Property of a lady - a 17th century Charles I carved oak three-tier spindle wall cupboard, circa 1640, 27.3ins. (69.5cms.) wide (see illustration)...

Property of a lady - a set of twelve Victorian oak barleytwist side chairs with embossed & painted leather padded backs & seats in the manner of W...

Property of a gentleman - a George II mahogany coffer or blanket chest on stand, 51.6ins. (131cms.) wide (see illustration).

Property of a lady - a William & Mary style figured walnut & featherbanded demi-lune tea table, early 20th century, with three frieze drawers & oc...

Property of a lady - a mahogany kneehole desk, early 20th century, with green leather inset top above nine drawers, 45ins. (114cms.) wide (see ill...

Property of a lady - an early 20th century mahogany bijouterie table, with four glazed drop-down sides, on cabriole legs, 26.75ins. (68cms.) long ...

Property of a lady - a 19th century carved oak & brassbound bucket with swing handle; together with another similar, uncarved; and a faintly hamme...

Property of a lady - an Edwardian mahogany & satinwood banded cylinder bureau, the fitted interior with leather inset writing surface, 30ins. (76....

Property of a lady - a pair of early 19th century Russian carved mahogany side chairs (2) (see illustration). Provenance - Dimitri Tiomkin (1894...

Property of a lady - an early 19th century Regency period rosewood three-division canterbury, after a design by J.C. Loudon, with carved laurel wr...

Property of a deceased estate - an early 20th century carved mahogany three-piece bergere suite, with carved ram's head arm terminals & hairy paw ...

Property of a lady - an early 19th century George III mahogany cellarette, with interior divisions, on square tapering legs & castors, 18.5ins. (4...

Property of a gentleman - a pair of early 20th century French Louis XVI style carved beechwood & cane panelled fauteuils, one cane panel damaged (...

Property of a lady - a good Adam style neo-classical revival carved mahogany twin pedestal sideboard, 19th century, 90.5ins. (230cms.) wide (see i...

Property of a gentleman - a French red marble & gilt painted square two-tier plantstand, on paw feet, losses to decoration, 31.2ins. (81cms.) high...

Property of a gentleman - an early 19th century George III mahogany fall-front bureau, with four long graduated drawers, on bracket feet, 37.5ins....

Property of a deceased estate - a set of eight 19th century mahogany shield back dining chairs including two carvers, possibly Federal, with carvi...

Property of a gentleman - a North Italian parquetry fall-front bureau, late 18th century, the interior fitted with drawers, 51.25ins. (130cms.) wi...

Property of a lady - a modern fawn upholstered rectangular lounge stool, with turned legs & brass castors, 47.25ins. (120cms.) long.

Property of a lady - an early 20th oak two-part dresser, 59.5ins. (151cms.) long; together with a 1920's oak oval topped gate-leg table with barle...

Property of a lady - a Victorian mahogany & cane panelled nursing chair, with turned front legs; together with a George III fruitwood country side...

Property of a gentleman - an early 18th century walnut & boxwood strung glazed two-door bookcase top only, with baize lined slide under, 40.5ins. ...

Property of a deceased estate - two early / mid 20th century triptych dressing mirrors, one with etched decoration, the other with amber coloured ...

Property of a deceased estate - a mahogany & line inlaid two-part freestanding corner cabinet, with astragal glazed upper section, parts Georgian,...

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