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Clocks & Barometers, Militaria, Sporting & Wildlife Related Items, Antique Furniture & Objects

Semley Auctioneers Live Webcast Auction 24 Mar 2018 10:30 GMT

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  • 09:00 GMT - 17:30 GMT
  • 09:00 GMT - 21:00 GMT
  • 08:30 GMT - 10:30 GMT

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

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Currency: GBP
Buyer's premium Inc. VAT/sales tax: 23.40%
Online commission inc. VAT/sales tax: 3.60%

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Property of a deceased estate - a late 19th century mahogany two-part military or campaign chest of drawers, 36ins. (91.5cms.) wide (see illustrat...

Property of a lady of title - a 19th century mahogany military campaign duet music stand, with adjustable rests (see illustration).

Property of a deceased estate - an Art Deco red & gilt decorated glass seven piece dressing table set, probably French, with etched floral panels,...

Property of a lady - a miniature or apprentice tallboy or chest-on-stand, in early 18th century style, with triple domed top, the underside stampe...

Property of a lady - a pair of late C19th French ormolu fender ends or chenets, with swag decorated fluted urns, each approximately 12.5ins. (32cm...

Property of a lady - a set of five 19th century fruitwood & elm Oxford side chairs, of good colour (5) (see illustration).

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 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 pine bank of twenty-one drawers, the drawers of three different sizes, 39ins. (99cms.) wide (see illustration).

Property of a gentleman - a set of eight late 19th / early 20th century carved oak dining chairs including two carvers, with leather upholstered s...

Property of a lady of title - an oak lowboy with turner baluster legs & shaped flat stretchers, basically 18th century, 28.35ins. (72cms.) wide (s...

Property of a gentleman - an 18th century oak oval topped gate-leg dining table, with end drawer & turned supports, 48.5ins. (123cms.) long (see i...

Property of a deceased estate - an early 19th century oak chest of two short & two long graduated drawers, with oval plate handles on bracket feet...

Property of a gentleman - an 18th century oak rectangular drop-leaf table with club legs & pad feet, 39ins. (98cms.) long; together with four Geor...

Property of a lady - a large pine farmhouse kitchen table, with three frieze side drawers, on square tapering legs united by 'H'-stretchers, 40.5 ...

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

Property of a lady - an early 18th century oak side table with frieze drawer, on slender turned baluster legs, formerly with drop-leaf, 33.65ins. ...

Property of a lady of title - a late 19th / early 20th century chestnut rectangular topped kitchen table, with side frieze drawer, on square taper...

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 deceased estate - an early 18th century & later oak box settle, with panelled back & hinged seat, 56.5ins. (143cms.) wide (see illus...

Property of a lady of title - a late 19th / early 20th century later green painted quadruple chair back bench with rush seat, 60ins. (152.5cms.) l...

Property of a deceased estate - a late 17th / early 18th century oak six plank coffer or sword chest, 44.8ins. (114cms.) long (see illustration).

Property of a deceased estate - an early 19th century oak lowboy, with square tapering legs, 34.75ins.(88.5cms.) wide (see illustration).

Property of a deceased estate - a late 19th / early 20th century child's ash & cane panelled oval topped stool, of good colour (see illustration).

Property of a gentleman - a 19th century yew wood oval topped folding or coaching table, of good colour, the top 21.6ins. (54.9cms.) by 4.4ins. (1...

Property of a gentleman - a set of eight early 19th century yew wood Windsor chairs of good colour, including one carver, in the manner of the Pri...

Property of a deceased estate - an Italian fruitwood refectory table, of good colour with carved edge on turned bulbous supports terminating in ca...

An Edwardian gilt metal mounted satinwood oval two-tier work table, the frieze set with eight neo-classical jasperware roundels, 15.7ins. (40cms.)...

Property of a gentleman - an 18th century George II mahogany foldover double gate-leg tea or games table, with eared top & counter wells, on cabri...

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

Property of a lady of title - a mahogany & rosewood banded dwarf bookcase with brass grilles, parts early 19th century, 48.25ins. (122.5cms.) wide...

Property of a gentleman - a Victorian walnut table top Wellington chest, with locking side bar & brass knob handles, 20.75ins. (52.7cms.) high (se...

A 19th century North Italian mother-of-pearl inlaid rectangular topped centre table, losses, 40.75ins. (103.5cms.) long (see illustration).

Property of a lady of title - a Victorian mahogany bergere armchair, with turned front legs & brass capped castors (see illustration).

Property of a lady - an early 19th century George IV mahogany pot cupboard, with open back, on square tapering legs, 14.5ins. (37cms.) wide (see i...

Property of a lady of title - an early 19th century George IV / William IV mahogany cheval mirror, 67.3ins. (171cms.) high (see illustration).

Property of a lady - a late Regency period mahogany twin pedestal sideboard, with carved low back & door pilasters, 84.65ins. (215cms.) long (see...

A French Louis XV style side table with frieze drawer, the serpentine shaped Japanese dark red lacquer top with takamaki-e & mother-of-pearl inlai...

Property of a gentleman - a folding metal circular topped garden table, 31ins. (79cms.) diameter; together with a matching set of three folding ch...

Property of a gentleman - a painted wood garden or conservatory bench, with turquoise glazed pottery tile panelled seats, 39.75ins. (101cms.) long...

Property of a lady - an early 19th century George IV mahogany work table, with two end drawers, on ring turned legs & brass castors; together with...

Property of a lady - a George III style wing armchair with cabriole front legs united by turned stretchers (see illustration).

Property of a deceased estate - an Indian bone inlaid rectangular framed wall mirror, 31.75 by 22ins. (81 by 56cms.) (see illustration).

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 - an Edwardian china display cabinet with blind fretwork frieze, 23.25ins. (59cms.) wide; together with another chin...

Property of a deceased estate - an Edwardian two-door china display cabinet with ribbon & bell flower decorated frieze, 35.6ins. (90.5cms.) wide (...

Property of a gentleman - a modern Victorian style cream upholstered chaise longue, with turned legs & brass castors, 69ins. (175.5cms.) long (see...

Property of a gentleman - a dark blue painted late 19th / early 20th century Continental panelled two-door cupboard, 47ins. (120cms.) wide (see il...

Property of a deceased estate - a 1920's oak barleytwist day-bed, 27.75ins. (70.5cms.) wide; together with an early 20th century oak fall-front bu...

Property of a deceased estate - a pair of elm seated Oxford chairs; together with three stick-back chairs; a small oak oval topped gate-leg table;...

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