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Jewellery, Coins, Objets Vertu & Silver, and Antique Furniture & Objects

Semley Auctioneers Live Webcast Auction 21 Apr 2018 10:30 BST

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

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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 gentleman - a late Victorian walnut square two-tier occasional table with ring turned legs; together with a late Victorian nursing c...

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 - 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 gentleman - an early 19th century mahogany circular tilt-top occasional table with turned column & tripod base; together with a late...

Property of a gentleman - an Edwardian oak dressing chest base, with three long drawers, on swept bracket feet, 36ins. (91.5cms.) wide (see illust...

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 gentleman - a small 19th century mahogany chest of two short & two long drawers, 31.8ins. (81cms.) wide (see illustration).

Property of a gentleman - a reproduction oak glazed single door display cabinet with two-door cupboard under, 28.75ins. (73cms.) wide (overall) (s...

Property of a gentleman - a reproduction mahogany tallboy, of small proportions, with brushing slide, 29.5ins. (75cms.) wide (overall) (see illust...

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 gentleman - a Victorian walnut & grey button upholstered nursing chair, with turned front legs & castors (see illustration).

Property of a deceased estate - a late Victorian walnut side chair; together with a Lloyd Loom pink painted verandah chair (2) (see illustration).

Property of a gentleman - an oak oval topped gate-leg table, with baluster turned supports, 43.25ins. (110cms.) long (see illustration).

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 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 gentleman - a George III demi-lune foldover double gate-leg card or games table, with square tapering legs terminating in spade feet...

Property of a gentleman - an early 19th century George IV mahogany & satinwood banded rectangular tilt-top breakfast table, with turned column & r...

Property of a lady - a glazed shop display cabinet, with glass shelves, 31.5ins. (80cms.) wide; together with a triptych dressing mirror; a brass ...

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 gentleman - a reproduction mahogany & burr walnut panelled two-part open bookcase with adjustable shelves, 38ins. (96.5cms.) wide (o...

Property of a gentleman - a French mahogany, kingwood & strung open bedside cupboard, with cabriole legs (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 lady of title - an early 19th century George IV / William IV mahogany cheval mirror, 67.3ins. (171cms.) high (see illustration).

Property of a gentleman - an Edwardian mahogany twin pedestal desk with red leather inset top above nine drawers, 47.5ins. (120.5cms.) wide (see i...

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

Property of a gentleman - a small 18th century oak Welsh dresser base, with three drawers above a pot board, 54ins. (137cms.) wide (see illustrati...

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