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George II period mahogany open armchair, c.1755, attributed to Matthias Lock, £68,000 from John Bly Antiques.

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John Bly Antiques

This George II period mahogany open armchair, c.1755, attributed to Matthias Lock has been reupholstered in floral silk. It is offered for £68,000.

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Messum’s

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‘La Voix des Sources’ by Lucien Hector Monod (1867-1957), £36,000 from Messum’s.

La Voix des Sources is an early painting by Lucien Hector Monod (1867-1957), whose estate is represented by Messum’s. The oil is available for £36,000.

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Sydney L Moss

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Japanese paint-lacquered wood Inari fox kami, £39,500 from Sydney L Moss.

Offered for £39,500, this pair of Japanese paint-lacquered wood Inari fox kami, 13½in (35cm) high, dates to the 18th or 19th century. These messengers of the spirit Inari are depicted holding a jewel and a key in their mouths.

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Santiago Ventura Real Antiques, Art & Design

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René Lalique glass Lausanne plafonnier, £2500 from Santiago Ventura Real Antiques, Art & Design.

Priced at £2500, this René Lalique glass Lausanne plafonnier is a model introduced in 1929. It retains its original three-way light fitting and ceiling mount.

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Apter-Fredericks

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Chinese reverse glass mirror picture from the Qianlong period, c.1760, housed in an English giltwood frame, £45,000 from Apter-Fredericks.

Depicting two elegant ladies on a riverbank, this Chinese reverse glass mirror picture from the Qianlong period, c.1760, housed in an English giltwood frame, is 20in (50cm) wide and available for £45,000.

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Judy Fox Antiques

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1920s marble sculpture by Adolfo Cipriani, £3000 from Judy Fox Antiques.

This 1920s marble sculpture of an Egyptian lady with a stylised sphinx, 2ft 2in (64cm) wide, by Italian artist Adolfo Cipriani (1880-1930), is priced at £3000.

judy-fox.com

Sims Reed Gallery

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‘Barcelona: XXV’, from an edition of five Joan Miró lithographs printed in 1944, £20,000 from Sims Reed Gallery.

Joan Miró’s 1939 lithograph Barcelona: XXV, from an edition of five printed in 1944, is offered for £20,000. It comes from a series named after the artist’s hometown where he found refuge after escaping occupied Paris.

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The Redfern Gallery

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‘Carsluith Castle, Solway Firth’, 1975-76, by John Piper £12,000 from The Redfern Gallery.

John Piper’s Carsluith Castle, Solway Firth, 1975-76, completed in ink, wash and watercolour on paper, is available for £12,000.

redfern-gallery.com

Christopher Buck Antiques

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Hand-painted demi-lune side cabinets by Wright & Mansfield, c.1890, £15,000 from Christopher Buck Antiques.

Pictured here is one of a pair of hand-painted demi-lune side cabinets by Wright & Mansfield, c.1890, priced at £15,000.

christopherbuck.co.uk

Loveday

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Louis XVI gilt bronze-mounted bois citronnier (lemon tree wood) and amaranth marble-topped commode, c.1785, attributed to Claude-Charles Saunier, £42,500 from Loveday.

This Louis XVI gilt bronze-mounted bois citronnier (lemon tree wood) and amaranth marble-topped commode, c.1785, is attributed to Claude-Charles Saunier (1735-1807). Measuring 4ft 2in (1.28m) wide, it is offered for £42,500.

lovedayantiques.co.uk

Philip Mould & Company

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Watercolour and pencil portrait of Prince of Wales, later George IV, c.1800-10, by Richard Cosway, £8500 from Philip Mould & Company.

This watercolour and pencil portrait, c.1800-10, by Richard Cosway (1742-1821) depicts the Prince of Wales, later George IV, in armour with the sash of the Order of the Garter. Labels and inscriptions to the reverse read in part: This portrait was given by the King to my mother the Countess of Mornington. It is priced at £8500.

philipmould.com

David Foord-Brown Antiques

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Adam period giltwood drawing room chairs, c.1775, the chairs, £22,500 from David Foord-Brown Antiques.

This pair of Adam period giltwood drawing room chairs is carved in the neoclassical taste with motifs including paterae and ribbon garlands. Made c.1775, the chairs are available for £22,500.

davidfoord-brown.com

Radnorshire Fine Arts

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‘Silvered Glass Goblet’ by John Sergeant (1937-2010), £700 from Radnorshire Fine Arts.

Silvered Glass Goblet, signed and dated 1999 by John Sergeant (1937-2010), is completed in charcoal estompé and conté crayon heightened with white on grey paper. It is offered framed and glazed for £700.

radnorshire-fine-arts.co.uk

Anthony Outred

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Marble sculpture of Rebecca by William Theed the Younger, 1881, £35,000 from Anthony Outred.

This 3ft 3in (99cm) high marble sculpture of Rebecca by William Theed the Younger, signed and dated 1881, is offered for £35,000.

outred.co.uk

Elaine Phillips Antiques

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18th century carving of fruit, vines and foliage, £1450 from Elaine Phillips Antiques.

This 18th century carving of fruit, vines and foliage, possibly for use over a door, measures 7ft (2.18m) long and is priced at £1450.

elainephillipsantiques.co.uk

The Fine Art Society in Edinburgh

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‘Sunset Over Coast’ by John Houston (1930-2008), £6000 + ARR from The Fine Art Society in Edinburgh.

This oil on canvas, Sunset Over Coast by John Houston (1930-2008), is signed and dated 1980-81 and offered for £6000 + ARR.

fasedinburgh.com

Tim Saltwell Antiques

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Louis XV-style mahogany and gilt bronze mounted bureau plat, c.1880, attributed to François Linke, £5950 from Tim Saltwell Antiques.

Offered for £5950, this Louis XV-style mahogany and gilt bronze mounted bureau plat, c.1880, measures 2ft 11in (90cm) wide. It is attributed to François Linke (1855-1946) and was retailed by Edwards & Roberts.

timsaltwell.co.uk

Derek Johns Old Master Paintings

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‘Black and White Grapes’ (1957) by Eliot Hodgkin, £18,000 from Derek Johns Old Master Paintings.

Eliot Hodgkin (1905-87), cousin of Abstract painter Howard Hodgkin, worked principally in egg tempera from the 1930s onwards. Black and White Grapes (1957) is offered for £18,000.

derekjohns.co.uk

Brandt Asian Art

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Bronze Chinese Ming incense burner, £4200 from Brandt Asian Art.

Modelled as a standing goose, this bronze Chinese Ming incense burner, 12in (30cm) tall, is available for £4200.

brandtasianart.com

Steve Sly Japanese Works of Art

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Meiji period silvered bronze and carved wood okimono of a snowy egret, signed by Hidenao, £8450 from Steve Sly Japanese Works of Art.

This 15in (37cm) Meiji period silvered bronze and carved wood okimono of a snowy egret is signed by Hidenao and offered for £8450.

steveslyjapaneseart.com

Gerard Delsing Antiques

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Norwegian Arts & Crafts ebonised swivel armchair, £1950 from Gerard Delsing Antiques.

Belgian dealership Gerard Delsing offers this Norwegian Arts & Crafts ebonised swivel armchair for £1950.

delsing.be

Stern Pissarro Gallery

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‘Paysage aux Bottes de Blé devant le Château de Georgenborn’ by Gustave Cariot (1872-1950), £32,500 from Stern Pissarro Gallery.

Paysage aux Bottes de Blé devant le Château de Georgenborn by Gustave Cariot (1872-1950) has a provenance to a private collection in Paris and is available for £32,500.

pissarro.art

Richard Green Fine Paintings

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‘Three crocuses, quail egg and mug’ by Mary Fedden, £32,000 + ARR from Richard Green Fine Paintings.

Mary Fedden’s Three crocuses, quail egg and mug, signed and dated 1987 is offered for £32,000 + ARR.

richardgreen.com

Stair Sainty

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Oil on board by Ferdinand von Keller, £70,000 from Stair Sainty.

Diana has just fired her arrow in this 1906 portrayal by Ferdinand von Keller (1842-1922), a prominent figure in the German art world at the turn of the 20th century. This oil on board is offered for £70,000.

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Manning Fine Art

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'The Coming of the Ice Age II' by Clifford Ellis (1907-85), £1550 from Manning Fine Art.

This gouache, The Coming of the Ice Age II, is one of a series of four small paintings on a theme by Clifford Ellis (1907-85). It is offered for £1550.

manningfineart.co.uk

Foster & Gane

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Mid-19th century Korean persimmon chest-on-chest, £2650 from Foster & Gane.

Both the top and bottom cabinet in this mid-19th century Korean persimmon chest-on-chest have doors in bookmatched timber. Featuring brass hinges in the form of butterflies and bats, the piece is available for £2650.

fosterandgane.com

Henry Miller Fine Art

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Portrait of Robert MacBryde by Robert Colquhoun, c.1937-38, £8500 from Henry Miller Fine Art.

Robert Colquhoun (1914-62) and Robert MacBryde (1913-66) were known as the ‘Two Roberts’ and lived together until Colquhoun’s death. He drew this portrait of MacBryde c.1937-38. It is offered for £8500 by Henry Miller Fine Art, a specialist in images of the male form.

henrymillerfineart.co.uk

Malcolm Eglin Antiques

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Late-17th century oak dresser base, £2450 from Malcolm Eglin Antiques.

This late-17th century oak dresser base, measuring 4ft 7in (1.4m) wide, has neat proportions. It is offered for £2450.

malcolmeglinantiques.com

Patrick Pollak Rare Books

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Watercolour dated 1863 of proposed designs for the Thames Embankment by Victorian architect Charles Henry Driver (1832-1900), £3500 from Patrick Pollak Rare Books.

This watercolour of proposed designs for the Thames Embankment by Victorian architect Charles Henry Driver (1832-1900) is offered for £3500. It is signed and dated 1863, the year before completion of the work.

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Phil Taylor Cool Stuff

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1940s search lamp, £3250 from Phil Taylor Cool Stuff.

Phil Taylor Cool Stuff trades from Instagram and his offerings include items such as this 1940s search lamp, available for £3250, offered on period aluminium with brass tripod.

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Rhona Valentine Antique Textiles

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One of a set of English crewelwork panels worked on aubergine wool, possibly by Emily Bagshaw c.1870, available from Rhona Valentine Antique Textiles.

A set of English crewelwork panels worked on aubergine wool, possibly by Emily Bagshaw c.1870, is available from Rhona Valentine. They include a single long panel, 11ft 4in x 4ft 8in (3.45 x 1.33m), priced at £4000 and a pair of panels, 8ft 2in x 3ft 3in (2.5 x 1m), offered for £5000.

rhonavalentine.co.uk

LT Antiques

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19th century ‘drop-end’ Chesterfield sofa, c.1840, £3650 from LT Antiques.

Available for £3650, this 19th century ‘drop-end’ Chesterfield sofa dates to c.1840. The original leather has been restored.

ltantiques.co.uk

Haughey Antiques

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Hepplewhite period mahogany breakfront bookcase, c.1790, in the manner of Gillows, £28,000 from Haughey Antiques.

Featuring an unusual carved wheat-sheaf pediment, this Hepplewhite period mahogany breakfront bookcase, c.1790, in the manner of Gillows is offered for £28,000.

haugheyantiques.co.uk

Richard Saltoun

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‘Misticheskie Obrazy Voiny’ (Mystical Images of War), 1914, by Natalia Goncharova (1881-1962), £30,000 from Richard Saltoun.

Misticheskie Obrazy Voiny (Mystical Images of War), 1914, is a portfolio of 14 lithographs by the Russian avant-garde artist Natalia Goncharova (1881-1962). It represents an early artistic response to the First World War. The series is offered for £30,000.

richardsaltoun.com

17-21

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1960s steel console table, around £3000 from 17-21.

Dealer 17-21 has two of these 1960s steel console tables, which feature cast and gilded abstract panels on tapered legs. Made in Prague, the tables measure 5ft 1in (1.56m) wide and are available for around £3000 each.

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Ashleigh House Fine Art

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‘The Old Man of Coniston’ by William Mellors, available together with another pastoral view of Cumbria by the same artist, £1500 from Ashleigh House Fine Art.

Dealer Ron Hodgson of Ashleigh House Antiques offers this painting, The Old Man of Coniston, by Harrogate artist William Mellors (1851-1930) on the LAPADA website. It is available together for £1500 with another pastoral view of Cumbria by the same artist, both in their original swept frames.

lapada.org

Chappell & McCullar

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George III rosewood, padouk and gilt-brass mounted commode, in the manner of Pierre Langlois, c.1770, £120,000 from Chappell & McCullar.

This George III rosewood, padouk and gilt-brass mounted commode, in the manner of Pierre Langlois, c.1770, has a provenance to the Rishworth family of Birthwaite Hall, Barnsley, and is available for £120,000.

chappellmccullar.com

Michael Sim Fine English Furniture

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Sheraton sideboard, £9850 from Michael Sim Fine English Furniture.

Measuring just 3ft 6in (1.06m) wide, this small Sheraton sideboard is serpentine in shape and to preserve the smoothness of the curve the designer has omitted handles. The central drawer and two cupboards open by key only. There are unusually large anklets on the legs instead of the more conventional spade feet. The piece is offered for £9850.

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C20 James Green

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Alvar Aalto writing table, c.1930s, £3250 from C20 James Green.

This large Alvar Aalto writing table for Finmar, c.1930s, measures 6ft (1.83m) wide and is priced at £3250.

c20jamesgreen.com

Yola Gray Antiques

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Victorian Anglo-Indian four-poster bed, c.1880, £7450 from Yola Gray Antiques.

Offered for £7450, this Victorian Anglo-Indian four-poster bed, c.1880, measures 5ft 7in (1.7m) wide and is offered in excellent condition.

yolagray.com