More than 200 objects from Grade I listed estate are set to go under the hammer at Cheffins’ Fine Art Sale on September 11-12.
Lots include paintings, furniture, Chinese ceramics and an assortment of decorative antiques.
Luke Macdonald, director at Cheffins Fine Art, said: “We are expecting a lot of interest in the Mawley Hall consignment, given the high quality of the lots on offer and that they are fresh to the market.”
A mid-18th century Altona padouk and parcel-gilt bombe secretaire cabinet, estimated at £15,000-25,000 is expected to be among the leading lots.
An oil on canvas of a stone urn on steps with flowers and fruit by Jan Bosschaert (1606-29), meanwhile, is pitched at £20,000-30,000.
Mawley Hall was commissioned in the 18th century by Sir Edward Blount and has changed hands only twice since. Following its most recent purchase in September 2018 at an estimated £10m, the anonymous owners instructed Cheffins to sell the principle contents.