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HIGHLIGHTS FROM

500 YEARS DECORATIVE ARTS: THE ENGLISH COLLECTOR & TAPESTRIES


CHRISTIES LONDON, THURSDAY, 3 NOVEMBER 2011, 10.30AM

Lot 94 The Property of a Gentleman A George III polychrome-decorated satinwood, sycamore and harewood and marquetry demi-lune commode Attributed to Mayhew & Ince, circa 1775 Estimate: 30,000 - 50,000

Lot 114 The Property of a Gentleman A Charles II small gilt-metal mounted ebony striking eight day table clock with pull quarter repeat Thomas Tompion, London, circa 1675/80 Estimate: 150,000 - 200,000

Lot 90 Property of an Estate A George III ormolu-mounted mahogany oval wine-cooler Attributed to Samuel Norman, circa 1765 Estimate: 60,000 - 100,000

Lot 100 A Pair of George III polychrome decorated and parcel-gilt satinwood secrtaire bookcases Circa 1790, attributed to George Brookshaw Estimate: 200,000-300,000

Lot 211 An English Historical Tapestry Of The Battle Of Solebay Mortlake, Circa 1688, the designs attributed to William Van De Velde By Thomas Poyntz Estimate: 70,000-100,000

Lot 48 A Queen Anne red and gilt-Japanned bureau-cabinet Circa 1710 Estimate: 40,000 - 60,000