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Large stone composite garden planter, of square tapering pillar form, 64 cms high.

A three-storey Tudor-style doll's house, with access to the five rooms through three wall and one roof, hinged sections; raised on four pillars w...

the elongated rectangular-shaped panelled top, raised on turned pillar and platform ends joined by a stretcher rail. 74 cm. high; 274 cm. long; 10...

the rectangular top with chamfered corners to the fore above 2 panelled doors between cherub pillars. 77 cm. high; 120 cm. wide; 50 cm. deep

the inverted breakfront mantle, above a Greek key scroll frieze , centred by an urn on iconic pillars. 150 cm. high; 180 cm. wide

the moulded mantle above a paterae centred frieze raised on sienna line inlaid pillars 146 cm. high; 180 cm. wide

the circular top above a conforming frieze raised on spiral turned pillars on a platform base, terminating on scroll feet 75 cm. high; 50 cm. diam...

the rectangular plate with sloped top, suspended on tapered turned pillars on a serpentine platform base. 60 cm. high; 45 cm. wide

of square form, with chamfered corners. The richly inlaid top, raised on fluted pillars supported on block feet. 36 cm. high; 69 cm. wide; 69 cm. ...

Pair of extremely rare 19th C. limestone pillars from the Parochial House, The Rock, Co. Tyrone {262 cm H x 80 cm W x 80 cm D}.

A pair of Old Sheffield plate candelabra, late 18th century, of two lights with looped and reeded branches and urn finials, on fluted square pilla...

A George II mahogany tripod table, mid 18th c, with turned pillar, 71cm h x 64cm diam Provenance: Fosse Way Antiques Stow-on-the-Wold, August 197...

A George IV mahogany tripod table, early 19th c, the oblong top with rounded corners on ring turned pillar and moulded legs, 69cm h; 65 x 67cm ...

EARLY 20TH CENTURY MASONIC SILVER 'ORPHEUS' JEWEL, in silver gilt and enamels, featuring Orpheus with lyre, pillars, chequered floor and further M...

A Pair of Edward VII Silver Pillar Candlesticks, By Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1909, with Corinthian capitals and on square stepped and beaded ...

A 19th Century Indian carved hardwood octagonal centre table:, the top extensively decorated with scrolling foliage centred by a flowerhead and wi...


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