This early-19th century Irish console table (above) is attributed to the Dublin maker Mack, Williams & Gibton. Constructed from Cuban mahogany, it measures 7ft 8in (2.33m) wide and is available for £9800.
Sophie Schneideman Rare Books & Prints
Morris & Co embroidery kits such as this one from c.1890 were sold with the design painted onto soft cotton cloth known as Manchester cloth. This allowed embroiderers to define the design with stem and darning stitches using the silk threads or ‘twist’ also supplied by Morris & Co. The silk needlework panel pictured here is offered for £3400.
Priced at £495, this is one of a range of antique spice towers offered by Opus Antiques. These boxes, which could come in sets of two to 10, were mainly made from sycamore or boxwood and were a particular speciality of the Sussex area.
Gazelle, a c.1960s bronze by Italian animal sculptor Sirio Tofanari (1885-1969), measuring 17in (43cm) tall, is offered for £12,500. It is the last of four versions of this sculpture originally conceived in 1924, each successive variant becoming more streamlined.
Mike Hicks at Stalham Antiques
Offered unrestored from the online platform Love Antiques, this c.1700 panelled oak coffer is priced at £675.
Portland Gallery, which represents the estate of Modern British artist Mary Fedden, offers her 1986 oil on board The Harbour for £26,000 + ARR.
Baggott Church Street
This Tunbridge ware tripod table, c.1870-1900, by Thomas Barton reflects the maker’s skill with marquetry, floral and parquetry inlay. It features an octagonal tilt-top over an ebony tripod and is offered in fine original condition for £7950
Offered for £4500, this 2ft 9in (84cm) high lacquered figure of a fasting Buddha was made in the Burmese Shan States of the 19th century and retains extensive traces of gilding.
Dorian Caffot de Fawes Antiques + Decorative Arts
This pair of stained oak chairs, c.1920, is from the Swedish Grace period, reflecting the country’s early response to European Art Deco with a return to neoclassical designs. The chairs are offered together for £2400.
Browse & Darby
Maurice Brianchon (1899-1979) painted Nature morte aux pommes de pin in 1962. The oil on canvas is priced at £15,000 + ARR.
Stellar Art & Antiques
Crofting Community (1996) by Scottish artist Joyce McLellan Young (nee Archibald) is one of a number of works by the artist which the gallery has recently acquired. Painted in India ink and watercolour, it is offered for £895.
Designed with red and green porphyry, semi-precious stones and marble, this table top, priced at £4500, is attributed to pietra dura craftsman Francesco Sibilio. He created similar geometric works in Rome during the first half of the 19th century.
This 1960s Italian desk by Gio Ponti for Rima measures 6ft 11in (2.1m) wide and is priced at £3200.
This French Art Deco statue of a dancer with a fan, c.1930, by Josef Lorenzl is offered on a two-coloured marble base for £3250.
Contemporary Austrian artist Mario Dilitz sculpted No 182 Boy with Hat from walnut wood in 2019. Measuring 3ft 2in (96cm) high, it is one of a series of six and is available for £18,500.
Whitford Fine Art
Offered for £12,000, La Mer (1947) is a screenprint on silk by Alexander Calder (1898-1976) measuring 3ft (92.5cm) square.
This George III inlaid Scottish sideboard, c.1880, is constructed of boxwood and plum pudding mahogany. Measuring 6ft (1.85m) wide, it is offered for £3950.
This mid-19th century Italian mirror with its original plate and back with remnants of original paint measures 7ft 7in (2.32m) high and is offered for £4500.
Barclay Samson Vintage Posters
This 1955 vintage poster is a typical design for the British West Indian Airways, known as BWIA or ‘Bee-Wee’. It is offered for £1500.
This oil on canvas, Nature Morte aux Tournesols by Claude Venard (1913-99), is offered for £16,500 by Trinity House Paintings. The French post-Cubist artist was known for the distinct Abstract style exhibited in this painting.
Forrest and Fraser
This pair of George III cast silver four-light candelabra was made in London, 1812, by William Pitts and is offered for £75,000.
S&A Marsh offers this Victorian sterling silver fiddle pattern cutlery set in a mahogany canteen box for £8750. Designed for 12 people, it includes table and dessert knives, forks and spoons as well as teaspoons, sauce ladles and a basting spoon. It is hallmarked in London by George Adams and the cutlery ranges in date from 1842-75.
Geoffrey Stead offers a c.1785 Louis XVI brass-mounted bois citronnier and amaranth commode, in the manner of Claude Charles Saunier en suite with a matching secretaire d’abattant, for £12,500.
WR Harvey Antiques
This Queen Anne period small burr walnut bureau bookcase, c.1710, comes from an Oxfordshire collection and is priced at £35,000. It measures just 2ft 6in (77cm) wide.
This image is from a proof set of 64 héliogravures in Voyage d’exploration à la mer Morte… of 1864 printed in 1874-76 by Charles Nègre based on photos taken by Louis Vignes. The set, celebrated at the time for its technical merit, is offered for £27,500.
James Butterwick Russian and European Fine Arts
Alexander Bogomazov (1880-1930) completed this image, Wanda Monastyrska in front of a New Year Tree, 1911 in India ink and whitener on paper. The picture is offered for €20,000.
Nicholas Grindley offers this 17th century huanghuali inset leg bridle joint table from the late Ming or early Qing dynasty. It has a provenance to the Blema and H Arnold Steinberg Collection of Montreal and is priced at $250,000.
Penrose Antiques offers this Arts & Crafts copper charger, 12½in (32cm) in diameter, incorporating three soufflé glazed yellow-green Ruskin roundels, via Antiques Atlas. Featuring an Art Nouveau floral design, it is priced at £675.
John Beazor Antiques
Priced at £10,500, this George III period mahogany serpentine dressing chest has lidded boxes of various sizes fitted in its top drawer along with open compartments and central easel mirror with its original plate. Made c.1770, it measures 3ft 6in (1.07m) wide.
Plumb’s Fine Art
The Plough Team was painted in acrylic by contemporary equine artist Jacqueline Stanhope and is offered framed for £4950.