Often of superb workmanship combined with choice materials, well preserved examples of English and Continental furniture of the 17th, 18th & 19th centuries continue to enjoy a healthy demand. Fashions change and greater knowledge of what is ‘right’ drive prices skyward, because quality endures.
Few fields are more prone to faking than that of antique furniture. Mellors & Kirk have high standards of cataloguing, discernment and provide condition reports which enable bidders to buy with confidence. As a result, the seller reaps the reward.
This William IV mahogany library table is a rare example of ‘country house furniture’ at its best, beautifully made, large and practically impossible to source. Removed from a remote Moorlands Country House where it had been since the 19th century, it sold to a private collector for £8,000.
Fine Furniture is included in both our fortnightly Antique & Collectors Sales and our quarterly Fine Art Sales.
Sold for £10000
A WILLIAM III SCARLET JAPANNED CABINET ON...Find out more
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A GEORGE III SATINWOOD, ROSEWOOD, SYCAMORE...Find out more
Sold for £3800
A GEORGE I GILT GESSO MIRROR IN THE MANNER...Find out more
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A PAIR OF FRENCH ALABSTRO FIORITO AND GILT...Find out more
Sold for £4200
A GEORGE II WALNUT LOWBOY, C1740 with quarter...Find out more
Sold for £4500
A GEORGE II GILTWOOD PIER GLASS, C1740 the...Find out more
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A REGENCY MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE BY GILLOWS,...Find out more
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A VICTORIAN ARMCHAIR BY HOWARD OF BERNERS...Find out more
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A SET OF TWELVE REGENCY BLACK AND GILT JAPANNED...Find out more