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Dreweatts 1759

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

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Dreweatts 1759 - Interiors
Sale commencing:   29 January 2020 10:30 AM

Lot 1

A Regency giltwood convex wall mirror, circa 1820, with eagle surmount and 'ropetwist' frame, 88cm high, 60cm wide overall Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 2

A Regency mahogany tea table, circa 1820, in the manner of Gillows, 74cm high, 91cm wide, 45cm deep Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 3

A set of four Regency mahogany hall chairs, circa 1820, the backs each with painted armorial and carved swag above solid seat and turned tapering legs Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £400 - £600

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Lot 4

A mahogany and inlaid longcase clock, George Claridge, Chepstow, early 19th century, the eight-day bell striking movement with 12inch painted Roman numeral dial, the hood with detached columns, the case with short trunk door and flanking canted angles, 215cm high overall Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £250 - £350

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Lot 5

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 6

A harlequin set of eight mahogany dining chairs in George III style, 19th century, each with a pierced vertical splat to the back Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 7

Attributed to Anthony Elliott Skuse (20th century) Blackwall Frigate off Godrevy Gouache on paper laid to board Signed with monogram lower left 49 x 75cm (19¼ x 29½ in.) Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 8

A pair of silver plated five branch candelabra, late 19th century, in two parts, 51cm high Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 9

A Continental walnut and marquetry inlaid commode, late 18th century, probably South German or Italian, of angled serpentine outline, 93cm high, 126cm wide, 58cm deep Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £600 - £800

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Lot 10

Estimated Value: £100 - £150

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Lot 11

A pair of simulated bamboo and mahogany two-tier étagères, 20th century, each 65cm high, 54cm wide 41cm deep Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £250 - £350

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Lot 12

A Chinese lacquered hardwood dinner gong, first half 20th century, 107cm high, 65cm wide Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 13

A rectangular bamboo framed wall mirror, 20th century, 127cm high, 91cm wide Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 14

A Victorian giltwood occasional table in Orientalist taste, circa 1880 and later, with associated simulated marble top, and on gilt wood supports simulating bamboo, 65cm high, 85cm wide, 50cm deep Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £250 - £350

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Lot 15

A Minton's blue and white printed pottery garden seat in the Chinese manner, date code for 1881, 47cm high; together with a Chinese hardwood stand, 41cm diameter Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 16

A giltwood overmantel mirror, in George IV style, late 19th century and later re-gilded, 137cm high, 156cm wide Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £250 - £350

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Lot 17

A George IV mahogany side cabinet, circa 1825, in the manner of Gillows, the rectangular top with three quarter gallery above a pair of blind frieze drawers and a cupboard doors enclosing a fitted interior with shelves and drawers including a lined cellaret drawer, 109cm high, 114cm wide, 45cm deep Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 18

A pair of mahogany bergère armchairs, in George IV style, last quarter 20th century, by Brights of Nettlebed after the manner of Gillows, double caned throughout, with Brights labels to undersides of rail Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £250 - £350

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Lot 19

A Regency giltwood convex wall mirror, circa 1815, by Thomas Fentham, the oval mirror plate within a reeded ebonised slip, the concave frame with applied spheres, the reverse with remains of a paper trade label 'THOMAS FENT*** & CO. 136 STRAND NEAR SOMERSET HOUSE MANUFACTURORS OF LOOKING GLASSES CONVEX AND CONCAVE MIRRORS AND ALL SORTS OF PICTURE AND GLASS FOR FRAMES/GLASS FOR EXPORTATION', 61cm diameter overall Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton See Christopher Gilbert, Pictorial Dictionary of Marked London Furniture 1700-1840, 1996, page 204-205 for a number of convex mirrors made by Thomas Fentham, and plate 337 for a more complete version of the label found on the present lot. Thomas Fentham was a carver, gilder, glass grinder and picture frame maker, but is best know for convex and architectural mirrors. The business occupied various addresses on the Strand between 1774 and 1825 and was based at No.136 between 1794 and 1820. Fentham's customers included Lady Heathcote and Charles Towneley.

Estimated Value: £500 - £700

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Lot 20

A Regency mahogany armchair, circa 1820, attributed to Gillows, the squared-U-shaped show frame with paterae to the frieze and above reeded legs, brass caps and castors, 106cm high, 67cm wide, 67cm deep Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £500 - £700

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Lot 21

Kuniyoshi, Kunichika and Toyokuni: A Group of Japanese Woodblock Prints, some mounted as diptychs, of ukiyo-e scenes and kabuki actors, in inks and colour on mulberry bark paper, signed in the block, First Half 19th century; framed and glazed, 78.5 x 63cms and 51 x 39cm Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £120 - £180

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Lot 22

Toyokuni I, Toyokuni III and Others; Four Japanese Woodblock Printed Triptyches of young ladies at their leisure and other domestic scenes, each signed in the block; framed and glazed, Mid 19th Century each 98 x 63.5cm Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 23

Kunichika and Toyokuni III: Five Japanese Woodblock Triptychs of kabuki actors and entertainers, in inks and colour on mulberry bark paper, signed in the block, Mid to Late 19th Century; framed and glazed, each 63.5 x 98cm Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 24

Kunisada, Toyokuni III, Kunichika, Shigeyoshi () and Others: A Collection of Japanese Ukiyo-e woodblock prints of actors and beauties, in inks and colour on mulberry bark paper, signed in the block, 19th Century; framed and glazed Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £300 - £400

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Lot 25

A pair of Japanese Arita vases, painted with panels of bijin, fitted as lamps, the vases each 44cm high (2) Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 26

A Japanese Arita Dish, circa 1700, painted in the Imari palette with a central vase of flowers, 25cm diameter and three various Japanese Imari dishes, Meiji Period, late 19th century, 33.5cm and 30cm diameter (4) Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 27

A giltwood overmantel mirror, first quarter 19th century and later, the possibly associated cornice above the rectangular plate and flanking columns with composite capitals and fluted shafts, on an ebonised base, 138cm high, 128cm wide Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 28

A Regency mahogany chest of drawers, circa 1820, almost certainly Scottish, with central hat drawer flanked by two short and one double height drawer and above three further long drawers, all flanked by gadrooned and reeded pilasters, 129cm high, 128cm wide, 60cm deep Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 29

A late Victorian or Edwardian pierced brass fender, late 19th/early 20th century, the bowed gallery with two openwork foliate bands and paw feet, with a matched tool bracket at each end and steel curb to rear, 25cm high, 137cm wide, 33cm deep; with a matched set of cast brass fire tools, comprising a shovel, and a poker and tongs cast with urn finials Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £100 - £150

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Lot 30

Bristol. Buck (Samuel & Nathaniel), The North West prospect of the City of Bristol, hand coloured engraving, bearing date 1734, mounted, framed, and glazed, 44 x 91cm overall; together with a collection of ten further prints and engravings of Bristol interest (11) Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £350 - £450

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Lot 31

Estimated Value: £120 - £180

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Lot 32

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 33

A George IV giltwood and composition overmantel mirror, circa 1830, the frieze centred by an anthemion, 88cm high, 120cm wide Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £250 - £350

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Lot 34

A Regency mahogany pedestal sideboard, circa 1820, probably Scottish, 113cm high, 228cm wide, 65cm deep Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 35

A Regency mahogany cellaret, circa 1820, of sarcophagus form, 55cm high, 80cm wide, 55cm deep Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £400 - £600

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Lot 36

A flame mahogany extending dining table in William IV style, late 20th/early 21st century, probably retailed by Theodore Alexander, after the pattern by Robert Jupe, the top on capstan action and eight additional leaf insertions, 75cm high, 158cm diameter (un-extended), 214cm diameter (extended), together with the bespoke cabinet for the additional leaves, of mitre shape and baize lined, 115cm high Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton See Christopher Gilbert, Pictorial Dictionary of Marked London Furniture 1700-1840, 1996, pages 283-286 for a number of extending dining tables by Robert Jupe. Robert Jupe was first granted his patent for a circular extending dining table with segmented top in March 1835. The originals were designed not only to extend to a larger circle but by inserting a few of the additional leaves the table could be made into an oval or oblong table. The first such tables were produced by the firm of John Johnstone of New Bond Street (subsequently Johnstone & Jeanes).

Estimated Value: £1500 - £2500

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Lot 37

A pair of Chinese blue and white ginger jars and covers, 19th century, in Kangxi style, painted with prunus flowers on a 'cracked-ice' ground, 23.5cm high, wood stands, a Chinese blue and white ginger jar, 18th century, painted with prunus flowers on a 'cracked-ice' ground, 22cm high, pierced wood cover, a pair of small Chinese blue and white ginger jars, late 19th or early 20th century, 12.5cm high, pierced wood covers and wood stands and a Chinese blue and white ginger jar, late 19th or early 20th century, 13cm high, wood cover and stand (6) Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 38

A set of six Chinese Imari plates, Kangxi, painted with central flower head and scrolls, 22.7cm diameter and another Chinese plate, late Kangxi, painted with a 'Famille Rose' enamelled peony on an Imari plate, 23cm diameter (7) Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 39

Six various Chinese Imari dishes, Kangxi, variously decorated with flowers and vases, between 42.5cm diameter and 31.5cm diameter (6) Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £400 - £600

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Lot 40

A Chinese shell-shaped dish, Kangxi, painted in iron-red and gilt with underglaze blue to the border and centre, the underside showing ribbed body and partly unglazed, 15.7cm long x 16cm wide Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £100 - £150

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Lot 41

A Chinese blue and white trumpet vase, late 19th century, painted with warriors on horseback, 45.5cm high and a Chinese blue and white 'dragon' vase, painted with four-clawed dragons amongst clouds, 36cm high (2) Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 42

A group of Chinese blue and white, largely 18th century, variously decorated, comprising: a Chinese octagonal dish, painted with precious objects on a table with natural rock base, 36.3cm diameter, a Chinese circular dish, painted with a lady collecting flowers with an assistant holding a basket, 36.3cm diameter, a large Chinese circular dish, painted with two 'window' panels against peony, 43.2cm diameter, a large Chinese circular deep dish, with building on islands, 40cm diameter, a Chinese 'Dragon dish', painted with two dragons chasing a flaming pearl on a shaded blue ground, 28.4cm diameter and a Chinese blue and white dish, with two figures in or by a pavilion, the border with the central pattern repeated alternating with flowers, 34.7cm diameter (6) Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 43

A gilt composition oval wall mirror in George III style, 20th century, after the manner of John Linnell, the oval plate surrounded by stiff leaves, 110cm high, 70cm wide Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 44

A late George III mahogany dressing screen, circa 1800, with three sliding panels, 124cm high, 61cm wide, 55cm deep Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 45

A George III mahogany corner armchair, circa 1760, the yoke back above pierced vertical splats, drop in seats and square section supports, 85cm high, 78cm wide, 65cm deep Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 46

A George III Biblical silkwork picture of the Finding of Moses, circa 1800, the oval figural scene worked in coloured threads, the figures with hand tinted features, in a verre eglomise and giltwood frame with national flowers to the spandrels, 54 x 61cm overall; another George III allegorical silkwork picture of a maiden, early 19th century, with hand tinted features and textured foliage, 45 x40cm; an unusual woolwork picture of root vegetables, 19th century, 34 x 46cm; and another woolwork picture (4) Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £350 - £450

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Lot 47

A George III mahogany chest of drawers, early 19th century, with arrangement of two short and three long drawers, 107cm high, 92cm wide, 4cm deep Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 48

A cast and pierced brass fender in George III style, 19th century, of serpentine outline, the openworked and beaded frieze cast with floral paterae and paw feet, with a tool bracket at each end, 120cm wide, 63cm high, 33cm deep; and a selection of cast brass fire tools, mid 19th century, comprising two sets of poker and tongs, each cast with knopped grips, and a matched shovel and brush Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 49

A cast patinated metal multi-plate wall mirror, 20th century, 197cm high, 107cm wide Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £250 - £350

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Lot 50

A Victorian burr walnut and brass bound stationery box, late 19th century, the silk lining to the lid named for STANLEY, the lid with central lozenge for Reading Local Board of Health, 12cm high, 36cm wide, 15cm deep, together with a mahogany box, probably early 19th century and later, the interior with later removable stationery tray, 11cm high, 31cm wide, 23cm deep (2) Provenance: Hambrook House, Gloucestershire The Property of Graeme Alexander and Scott Carlton

Estimated Value: £250 - £350

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